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News | BWF World Championships

An exceptional session of badminton unfolded at the BWF World Championships, with unexpected outcomes and thrilling matches. Let’s dive into the highlights of the tournament.

Upsets in Women’s Doubles and Singles

The Women’s Doubles category witnessed a major upset when the top-seeded duo from Japan, Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi, were defeated by the underdogs, Amelia Alicia Anscelly and Soong Fie Cho. Ranked at number 24, Anscelly and Cho displayed incredible skills and determination, securing a surprising victory.

In Women’s Singles, Olympic champion Li Xuerui faced a formidable opponent in India’s PV Sindhu. The match was intense and marked by fierce rallies. Ultimately, Sindhu emerged victorious after a grueling battle, showcasing her grit and determination.

Stellar Performances by Saina Nehwal and Carolina Marin

Saina Nehwal, the second seed from India, displayed her prowess against Sayaka Takahashi. Despite facing some challenging moments, Nehwal capitalized on her opponent’s missed opportunities, securing a convincing win.

Defending champion Carolina Marin had an eventful journey into the quarter-finals. She encountered a tough opponent in Pai Yu Po from Chinese Taipei, who pushed her to her limits. Despite facing an injury scare and a spirited performance by her opponent, Marin managed to triumph and advance to the next round.

Men’s Singles: Jan O Jorgensen Leads the Way

Denmark’s Jan O Jorgensen, the second seed in Men’s Singles, demonstrated resilience and skill, defeating Son Wan Ho in straight games. Jorgensen’s confidence remained unshaken despite Denmark’s mixed fortunes in the tournament. Top seeds Chen Long, Kento Momota, and Ng Wei also secured their spots in the quarter-finals.

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Surprises in Men’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles

In Men’s Doubles, there was a surprising upset when Mads Conrad-Petersen and Mads Pieler Kolding, the tenth seeds from Denmark, were defeated by Marcus Ellis and Chris Langridge. The English pair showcased their excellence on the court, setting up a match against the formidable Indonesian duo of Mohammad Ahsan and Hendra Setiawan.

In Mixed Doubles, Praveen Jordan and Debby Susanto, the eleventh seeds from Indonesia, pulled off a thrilling victory against the fifth seeds, Joachim Fischer Nielsen and Christinna Pedersen. It was a fiercely fought match, with Jordan and Susanto displaying great composure under pressure.


The BWF World Championships continue to enthral badminton enthusiasts worldwide with its exciting matches and unexpected outcomes. Stay tuned as the tournament progresses and we uncover more thrilling moments on the court.


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