Thursday, 13 Jun 2024

China Advances to Finale of the BWF Sudirman Cup

The BWF Sudirman Cup 2017 has been nothing short of spectacular. In a thrilling semi-final match, China emerged victorious against Japan, securing their spot in the tournament finale. This display of skill and determination is a testament to China’s badminton legacy.

A Blend of Experience and New Talent

China’s success can be attributed to the perfect combination of experience and young talent. The legendary Lin Dan showcased his prowess in Men’s Singles, while the younger generation, including Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen and Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan, upheld their nation’s legacy in Men’s and Women’s Doubles respectively.

A Battle of Equals

The match against Japan was a true test of China’s mettle. After suffering a setback in the opening Mixed Doubles, Chen bounced back in the decisive Women’s Doubles match, alongside Jia Yifan. Together, they outplayed Olympic gold medallists Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi, securing a well-deserved victory for China.

The Road to the Finale

China’s opponent in the finale will be Korea, who triumphed over Thailand earlier in the day. The BWF World Mixed Team Championship will take place at the Gold Coast Sports & Leisure Centre, which has been the venue for an exhilarating week-long tournament.

A Rollercoaster of Ups and Downs

The showdown between China and Japan was filled with suspense and excitement. Yuta Watanabe and Arisa Higashino stunned the world No.1 partnership of Zheng and Chen, securing a crucial point for Japan. However, Lin Dan quickly restored balance with his impressive victory in Men’s Singles.

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China’s Dominance in Doubles

The match took a decisive turn when Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen showcased their power hitting against Takeshi Kamura and Keigo Sonoda. Their lethal attacks wore down the Japanese opponents, securing a crucial point for China.

Unwavering Determination

The Women’s Singles match saw Akane Yamaguchi keeping Japan’s hopes alive with her controlled play. However, China’s attacking prowess and grit proved too much for Japan in the Women’s Doubles match. Despite a valiant fightback from the world No.1 pair, China emerged victorious.

Looking Ahead

China’s joint head coach, Zhang Jun, emphasized the team’s resilience and never-give-up attitude. The players were instructed to fight until the last point, knowing that nothing is finished until the final point is played.


Q: When and where is the BWF World Mixed Team Championship finale?
A: The finale will take place at the Gold Coast Sports & Leisure Centre in Australia.

Q: Who will China be competing against in the finale?
A: China will face off against Korea in the ultimate battle for the BWF World Mixed Team Championship.

Q: How many times has China reached the Sudirman Cup finale?
A: China has now reached the Sudirman Cup finale 12 times, showcasing their dominance in the tournament.


China’s remarkable performance in the BWF Sudirman Cup has solidified their position as perennial title-holders. With a perfect blend of experience and new talent, they have overcome formidable opponents to secure a place in the finale. The stage is set for an epic showdown against Korea, and badminton enthusiasts around the world eagerly await the climax of this gripping tournament.

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