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Archiv Weltmeisterschaften Teil B: Details (Tagesaktualitäten, Teilnehmerlisten etc.)

2001 1999

12. Weltmeisterschaft 2001 Sevilla (Spanien)

Logotipo Mundial Sevilla 20001

Queen Camilla loses her crown

Report by William Kings, pictures by Raphael Sachetat

07/06/2001 : Revenge, they say, is a dish best served cold. But for China’s Dai Yun it could barely have been hotter in the San Pablo Stadium in Seville tonight.

MartinDai dethroned Denmark’s world champion Camilla Martin (pictured) and in the process avenged her defeat in the final two years ago in Copenhagen.

Then the score was a dramatic 11-6, 6-11, 11-10. Tonight it was just 6 and 6 and no drama as the Chinese girl dictated throughout. She was able to control the match from the word go, opening up a 9-1 lead before Camilla began to wake up. But there was too much to do to turn round the first game against the 14th seeded left-hander.

And she could do nothing to stop Dai Yun taking control of the second game – and the match – as she swept into an 8-3 lead. Earlier in the day Camilla’s boyfriend Peter Gade had battled through to the last eight. But there was to be no Danish double as Dai Yun reasserted herself from 8-6 to end Queen Camilla’s reign.

Afterwards Camilla said: “I knew my only chance was to make the game as long as possible. Physically I was a little tired but so was Dai Yun.

“She played better today but I don’t feel inferior to the Chinese. It’s just that I would have had to have faced four in a row. When I saw the draw I knew it was going to be impossible. I have never beaten four Chinese in a row. If I had won today I would have lost tomorrow. I suppose I was still thinking about my bad experience against Gong last Friday.

“It has been very tough mentally because no matter what I did today, I knew that even if I won, I would then face Gong Zhichao. It’s crazy that she’s only seeded fifth because it’s obvious she’s going to win this tournament. But that’s the way the system is at the moment.”

DaiDai Yun’s (pictured) win was quickly followed by Gong Zhichao’s and the fifth seeded Olympic champion is everyone’s favourite to be the new Queen, especially after her crushing win over Martin in the Sudirman Cup semi-finals.

She beat Hong Kong’s 11th seed Wang Chen 11-4 11-1 to put the final brick in the Great Quarter-Final Wall of China as Dai Yun, Gong Zhichao, Gong Ruina, Zhang Ning and Zhou Mi took five of the last eight places.

Mette Sorensen of Denmark and Indonesian-born Dutch player Mia Audina Tjiptawan are the two Europeans left in the last eight of the women’s singles with Japan’s Kanako Yonekura filling the remaining place.

Third seed Gong Ruina got the evening session of the third round off to a lightning start by beating Denmark’s Tine Rasmussen 11-1 11-1 in just 21 minutes but Audina kept the European flag flying by putting out Japan’s Kaori Mori 11-6 11-4.

In the men’s singles Gade must play the Lone Ranger once again after the other European challengers disappeared.

BoesenHis fellow Danes Anders Boesen and Kenneth Jonassen both lost in the evening session. Thirteenth seed Jonassen was brushed aside by Korean Lee Hyun II 15-6, 15-11 while Boesen lost to China’s Xia Xuanze, who joins team-mate Chen Hong in the last eight after beating Boesen 7-15 15-10 15-10 in 69 minutes.

Not quite the Chinese challenge in the men’s singles as the women’s but still a menacing one.

But the Indonesians can’t be discounted either. Fourteenth seed Hendrawan ended the giant-killing acts of Tam Kai Chuen. The Hong Kong star put out top seed Hashim Roslin yesterday but came down to earth tonight when Hendrawan scorched through 15-3 15-12.

And with team-mate Taufik Hidayat beating Wong Choong Hann of Malaysia 15-10, 11-15, 15-7 in an 80-minute marathon, they are one win apiece away from an all-Indonesian semi-final showdown. Hendrawan must beat Xia Xuanze and Taufik must topple Lee for that to happen.

Gade’s last stand as Hariyanto goes out

Report by William Kings, pictures by Raphael Sachetat

08/06/2001 : DENMARK’S world No 2 Peter Gade today raced through to the semi-finals of the men’s singles at the world championships on a day when he became Europe’s last singles survivor.

It’s a position he is not unfamiliar with but he made light of the responsibility resting on his shoulders after ending the exciting run of Agus Hariyanto to the last eight.

The unseeded former Indonesian, now playing for Hong Kong, had no answer to Gade’s high-speed tactics and the Dane won 15-4 15-8 in 30 minutes without ever being threatened.

ChenAfterwards Gade said: “I expected him to be very nervous. This was the biggest match of his life. And he was on the TV court. I talked with our coach Kenneth Larsen about this and we decided to put him under pressure.”

The earlier victories over the Olympic champion Ji Xinpeng and seventh seed Marleve Mainaky had taken their toll and Gade added: “I felt he was very tired and that turned out to be so. He seemed to become a little bit bewildered and didn’t seem to know what to do with the shuttle.”

Gade’s next opponent is China’s solve survivor in the men’s singles, Chen Hong (pictured). Chen avenged his All England final defeat by India’s Pullela Gopichand in emphatic fashion 15-10, 15-10 in 47 minutes.

Gade knows what to expect having beaten him in their Sudirman Cup semi-final clash a week ago. “I beat him in the Cup,” said Gade “and that has to be to my advantage. There are one or two thinks I learned from that match that I hope to use in the semi-final.”

Another factor which helped today was the slightly cooler Seville weather. “That suited me and I hope it is like that tomorrow. I feel I can run forever. No-one can beat me physically.

Hidayat“I know Chen will be very aggressive and I am expecting a very fast game. But as a result he also makes a lot of mistakes by attacking so much.”

The other semi-final will be an all-Indonesian affair after third seed Taufik Hidayat and 14th seed Hendrawan came through the top half.

Hendrawan took just 33 minutes to beat 2000 All England champion Xia Xuanze of China 15-7, 15-5 but Taufik had the longest of all the singles quarter-finals, needing 85 minutes to get the better of Korean Lee Hyun II 15-12, 4-15, 15-5.

It seemed easy in the finish but the big question will be how much that took out of him as he prepares to face his team-mate.

The women’s singles

IT’S China all the way in the women’s singles as Europe’s two last hopes failed to prevent the Chinese takeaway.

Mette Sorensen of Denmark had no answer to the guile and skill of second seed Zhou Mi, who raced through 11-3, 11-2 in 29 minutes.

That earned Zhou a semi-final clash with Zhang Ning after the eighth seed came from behind to beat Japan’s Kanako Yonekura 9-11, 11-1, 11-0.

GongEurope’s other hope Mia Audina Tjiptawan, the Atlanta silver medallist who was then playing for Indonesia but now represents the Netherlands, put up a tenacious display against Gong Ruina.

But in the end she ran herself almost to a standstill. She took the first 11-6 but Gong hit back to take the second 11-8.

But Dutch hopes were high when Mia opened up an 8-3 lead in the decider. But some punishing rallies turned the tide Gong’s way and after 58 minutes she went through by winning the decider with a run of eight unanswered points.

Gong then became a lady-in-waiting …waiting to see which of the two other Chinese girls would come through from the last of the eight singles quarter-finals.

And although fifth seeded Olympic champion Gong Zhichao (pictured), everybody’s favourite for the title after the way she crushed champion Camilla Martin in the Sudirman Cup, trailed 6-0 and 7-2 against Camilla’s conqueror Dai Yun, she came back to win 11-9 11-2.

Perhaps it was a case of Dai Yun having player her “final” yesterday when she avenged her 1999 final defeat by Camilla by winning 11-6 11-6 in her third round clash with the top seed.

Hendrawan rules the world

Report by William Kings, pictures by Raphael Sachetat

10/06/2001 : DENMARK’S Peter Gade today failed in his bid to become world badminton champion as “old man” Hendrawan emerged as the men’s singles successor to China’s Sun Jun.

HendrawanThe world No 1 and 1999 All England champion never recovered from a sluggish first game when he slipped rapidly to 7-0 down against Indonesia’s 14th seed Hendrawan, who went on to win 15-6, 17-16 in 61 minutes on his second match point.

That gave Indonesia their second title after Olympic champion Tony Gunawan and Halim Haryanto had beaten unseeded holders Kim Dong Moon and Ha Tae Kwon of Korea 15-0, 15-13.

For Gade it was another bitter disappointment while for Hendrawan it was unexpected joy especially as the 14th seed had trailed his fellow Indonesian Taufik Hidayat 7-1 in the deciding game of their semi-final at which point the teenager had to pull out with a groin injury.

Taufik has undergone hospital treatment and is now able to walk but did not attend the medal ceremony to collect the bronze medals which went to him and China’s Chen Hong.

HendrawanHendrawan, at 29 the new golden boy of badminton, clinched victory in a match which only came alive in the second game.

Gade, who slipped 7-0 down in the first game after admitting to being put off by a line call, tried to atone for a weak start and led 5-0 in the second. But Hendrawan stormed back to lead 10-5 and 12-8.

But the Dane refused to give in and looked the stronger of the two as he pulled up to 12-12. He had game points at 14-13 and 16-16 but equally Hendrawan had match points at 16-14 and 16-16.

He squandered the first but took the second with a drive to the back of the court which went beyond Gade.

Afterwards Hendrawan admitted he felt the title was a gift for Taufik. “But it’s also a present for me in winning,” said the man who had to settle for the silver medal in Sydney.

Since the Olympics he has got married and today he joked that “people think I am the old man but I think I proved I am not. Since getting married I have other priorities. But my wife has provided great support and I have been able to show here that I am one of the best.

“I still rate Peter Gade, Taufik and Chen Hong as the best – better than me – but I am happy to have won.

“I don’t know whether I will be around in two years to defend my title. Two more years may be a little difficult for me. We’ll have to take one year at a time. Since getting married my career has been on a little bit of a down. But now it’s up again.”

GadeAnd his coaches have no doubts. “He trains well, is organised and has a good attitude. He can carry on. We are fairly sure he can play the next Olympics,” said coach Agus.

Gade was ever graceful in defeat, saying: “I tried to play my own game, just as I had in the semi-finals. But Hendrawan was just too good today.

“Obviously I am very disappointed, especially as I have lost only one match in two weeks. I was feeling good going on to court but one line call in the first game caused my concentration to slip.

“I knew if I could make him work hard I would have a good chance but it didn’t work out that way in the first set and he got too far away from me.

“That’s badminton but life goes on. I will be ready the next time. I have learned a lot from this final, these championships. Hopefully I won’t make the same mistake again. I have played well here but unfortunately I didn’t get what I came for.”

But he added somewhat ominously for his rivals: “I am looking forward to the next tournament.”

 

Quelle: Worldbadminton Online


11. Weltmeisterschaft 1999 Kopenhagen

Teilnehmerliste

MEN'S SINGLES
ARGENTINA Hugo MADSEN
Cristian MEYER
Mariano FERNANDEZ
ARMENIA Arsen KHACHATRYAN
Sargis MAILYAN
AUSTRALIA Rio SURYANA
Chris BLACK
AUSTRIA Juergen KOCH
Heimo GOTSCHL
BELGIUM Ruud KUIJTEN
BELARUS Juri GROMYKO
Andrei MALIOUTIN
BRAZIL Guilherme PARDO
Guilherme KUMASAKA
Ricardo TREVELIN
Paulo SCALA
BULGARIA Boris KESSOV
Konstantin DOBREV
Tzvetozar KOLEV
CANADA Michael BERES
Brian ABRA
Stuart K ARTHUR
Andrew DABEKA
CHINA SUN Jun
CHEN Gang
DONG Jiong
CHEN Hong
CHINESE TAIPEI Fung PERMADI
Yu-Hsiu CHIEN
CROATIA Silvio JURCIC
CZECH REPUBLIC Jan FROHLICH
DENMARK Peter GADE CHRISTENSEN
Poul-Erik HOYER-LARSEN
Kenneth JONASSEN
Thomas STUER-LAURIDSEN
Peter RASMUSSEN
ENGLAND Colin HAUGHTON
Peter KNOWLES
Richard DOLING
Darren J. HALL
ESTONIA Heiki SORGE
Meelis MAISTE
FINLAND Pontus JANTTI
Ilkka NYQVIST
Ville KINNUNEN
Jyri AALTO
FRANCE Bertrand GALLET
Jean-Frederic MASSIAS
Jean-Michel LEFORT
GERMANY Oliver PONGRATZ
Ian MAYWALD
Bjoern JOPPIEN
Jens ROCH
GREECE Pavlos CHARALAMBIDIS
Chris TSARTSITIS
HONG KONG Wei NG
Kai Chuen TAM
Kwok Wa LIU
HUNGARY Zsolt KOCSIS
Attila KOVACS
ICELAND Sveinn SOLVASON
Tomas VIBORG
Tryggvi NIELSEN
Broddi KRISTJANSSON
INDONESIA Budi SANTOSO
H. HENDRAWAN
Taufik HIDAYAT
Heryanto ARBI
INDIA Pulella GOPICHAND
Abhinni Shyam GUPTA
Srikant BAKSHI
Sachin RATTI
JAPAN Keita MASUDA
Fumihiko MACHIDA
Tadashi OHTSUKA
Shinji OHTA
KAZAKHSTAN Maxim KRUGLIK
Anuar MUSAFIROV
KOREA AHN Jae Chang
PARK Tae Sang
LEE Hyun II
SHON Seung Mo
LATVIA Eduards LOZE
Martins KAZEMAKS
LITHUANIA Aivaras KVEDARAUSKAS
Dainius MIKALAUSKAS
MALAYSIA ONG Ewe Hock
YONG Hock Kin
Rashid SIDEK
WONG Choong Hann
MAURITIUS Eddy CLARISSE
Denis CONSTANTIN
Stephan BEEHARRY
NETHERLANDS Jeroen VAN DIJK
Dicky PALYAMA
Tjitte WEISTRA
Gerben BRUIJSTENS
NIGERIA Kayode AKINSANYA
Ibrahim ADAMU
Dotun AKINSANYA
Ocholi EMMANUEL
NORWAY Jim Ronny ANDERSEN
Kristian LARSEN
PERU Guillermo COX
POLAND Jacek NIEDZWIEDZKI
Michal LOGOSZ
Przemyslaw WACHA
Marcin BURZYNSKI
PORTUGAL Marco VASCONCELOS
Ricardo FERNANDES
ROMANIA Florin POSTEUCA
RUSSIA Pavel UVAROV
Vadim ITSKOV
Vjacheslav VOROBJEV
Vladislav TICHOMIROV
Artur KHACHATURJAN
SCOTLAND Bruce FLOCKHART
Craig ROBERTSON
SLOVAKIA Marian SULKO
Pavol MECAR
Lukas KLACANSKY
Michal MATEJKA
SLOVENIA Andrej POHAR
Miha {jnr} SEPEC
Miho SEPEC
SOUTH AFRICA Johannes KLEINGELD
Michael ADAMS
Anton KRIEL
Gavin POLMANS
SPAIN Arturo RUIZ
Sergio LLOPIS
Jose Antonio CRESPO
SRI LANKA Thushara EDIRISINGHE
Duminda JAYAKODY
SURINAM Oscar BRANDON
Derrick STJEWARD
SWEDEN Thomas JOHANSSON
Rasmus WENGBERG
Rikard MAGNUSSON
Daniel ERIKSSON
SWITZERLAND Thomas WAPP
THAILAND Boonsak POLSANA
Anupap THIRARATSAKUL
UKRAINE Vladislav DRUZCHENKO
Konstantin TATRANOV
Dmitry MIZNIKOV
USA Ardy B WIRANATA
Kevin {Qi} HAN
WALES Chris DAVIES
ZAMBIA Stanley Pitiri MWANGULU
Eli MAMBWE
Mubanga KAITE

LADIES SINGLES
ARGENTINA Alice GARAY
Lorena BUGALLO CASTRO
ARMENIA Ruzanna HAKOBYAN
AUSTRIA Tina RIEDL
BELGIUM Nathalie DESCAMPS
Veerle RAKELS
BELARUS Vlada TCHERNIAVSKAIA
Maria KIZIL
Nadezhda KOSTIOUTCHIK
BRAZIL Cristina NAKANO
Fernanda KUMASAKA
Min Huai HAO
BULGARIA Victoria HRISTOVA
Neli NEDJALKOVA
Petta Todorova NEDELTCHEVA
CANADA Kara SOLMUNDSON
Jody PATRICK
Charmaine REID
Denyse JULIEN
CHINA YE Zhaoying
GONG Ruina
DAI Yun
ZHANG Ning
ZHOU Mi
GONG Zhichao
CHINESE TAIPEI Chia-Chi HUANG
Ya-Lin CHAN
CROATIA Andrea JURCIC
CZECH REPUBLIC Marketa KOUDELKOVA
DENMARK Camilla MARTIN
Mette SORENSEN
Mette PEDERSEN
Christina SORENSEN
ENGLAND Julia MANN
Justine R. WILLMOTT
Tracy HALLAM
Rebecca PANTANEY
ESTONIA Kairi SAKS
Piret HAMER
FINLAND Anu WECKSTROM
Nina WECKSTROM
Malin VIRTA
FRANCE Sandra DIMBOUR
Tatiana VATTIER
GERMANY Nicole GRETHER
Katja MICHALOWSKY
Heike SCHOENHARTING
Petra OVERZIER
HONG KONG Wan Ting LING
Wai Chee KOON
Mei Mei CHAN
HUNGARY Csilla FORIAN
Andrea ODOR
Andrea DAKO
Krisztina ADAM
ICELAND Brynja PETURSDOTTIR
Vigdis ASGEIRSDOTTIR
Sara JONSDOTTIR
Olof OLAFSDOTTIR
INDONESIA Mia Tjiptawan AUDINA
Hartono Kusuma CINDANA
Lidya DJAELAWIDJAYA
Ellen ANGELINA
INDIA Aparna POPAT
Neelima CHOUDHARY
Manjusha KANWAR
P.V.V LAKSHMI
IRELAND Sonya MCGINN
JAPAN Yasuko MIZUI
Miho TANAKA
Kanako YONEKURA
KAZAKHSTAN Irina GRITSENKO
Olga GAFAROVA
KOREA KIM Ji Hyun
LEE Kyung Won
SI Jin Sun
JUN Jae Youn
LATVIA Kristine SEFERE
Margarita MIKELSONE
LITHUANIA Erika MILIKUSKAITE
MALAYSIA WOON Sze Mei
NG Mee Fen
MAURITIUS Amrita SAWARAM
Marie-Helene PIERRE
Selvon MARUDAMUTHU
NETHERLANDS Judith MEULENDIJKS
Brenda BEENHAKKER
Lonneke JANSSEN
Karina DE WIT
NIGERIA Prisca AZUINE
Olamide Toyin ADEBAYO
Kuburat MUMUNI
Gloria EMINA
NORWAY Sissel LINDEROTH
Monica HALVORSEN
Helene ABUSDAL
PERU Ximena BELLIDO UGARTE
Lorena BLANCO ZULOAGA
POLAND Joanna SZLESZYNSKA
Kinga RUDOLF
Kamila AUGUSTYN
PORTUGAL Filipa LAMY
Helena BERIMBAU
RUSSIA Ella KARACHKOVA
Marina YAKUSHEVA
Nadezhda CHERVJAKOVA
Victoria KOSHELEVA
SCOTLAND Sandra WATT
Kirsteen MCEWAN
Fiona SNEDDON
SLOVAKIA Kvetoslava ORLOVSKA
Gabriela ZABAVLIKOVA
SLOVENIA Maja POHAR
Darja KRANJC
Maja TVRDY
SOUTH AFRICA Michelle EDWARDS
Meagen HEALE
Monique RIC-HANSEN
Linda MONTIGNIES
SPAIN Dolores MARCO
SWEDEN Margit BORG
Karolina ERICSSON
Marina ANDRIEVSKAYA
Johanna HOLGERSSON
SWITZERLAND Santi WIBOWO
Judith BAUMEYER
THAILAND Sujitra EKMONGKOLPAISARN
UKRAINE Elena NOZDRAN
Natalia GOLOVKINA
Natalja ESIPENKO
USA Yeping TANG
Lily CHEN
WALES Kelly MORGAN
ZAMBIA Megan CHUNGU
Charity MWAPE

MEN'S DOUBLES
ARGENTINA Cristian MEYER (10838) & Hugo MADSEN (10839)
AUSTRIA Juergen KOCH (2641) & Harald KOCH (2642)
BELGIUM Patrick BOONEN (8520) & David VANDEWINKEL (9285)
BELARUS Vitalij SHMAKOV (507) & Mikhail KORCHOUK (1554)
Juri GROMYKO (4086) & Andrei MALIOUTIN (10031)
BRAZIL Guilherme PARDO (9549) & Ricardo TREVELIN (10015)
Leandro SANTOS (5639) & Guilherme KUMASAKA (7303)
BULGARIA Svetoslav STOJANOV (4922) & Michail POPOV (4997)
Pjuzant KASSABIAN (241) & Slantchezar TZANKOV (2247)
CANADA Iain SYDIE (1368) & Brent OLYNYK (5535)
Patrice FLYNN (1373) & Jean Philippe GOYETTE (11685)
Morgan VAN HEUKELOM (5538) & Phil ALLARD (50700)
CHINA ZHANG Wei (7195) & ZHANG Jun (8598)
YU Jinhao (5970) & CHEN Qiqiu (10644)
YANG Ming (5938) & YU Yang (5957)
CHENG Rui (1298) & WANG Wei (10643)
CHINESE TAIPEI Victo WIBOWO (4512) & Wei-Jen LEE (5054)
Shin-Chung HUANG (9849) & Yu-Hsun CHIEN (9856)
Wei-Hsiang LIN (7288) & Swung-Yuan LEE (7349)
CZECH REPUBLIC Zdenek MUSIL (774) & Petr BASA (2010)
DENMARK Jens ERIKSEN (1837) & Jesper LARSEN (5791)
Michael SOGAARD (521) & Jim LAUGESEN (4110)
Thomas STAVNGAARD (6267) & Lars PAASKE (7575)
Michael LAMP (8757) & Jonas RASMUSSEN (9578)
ENGLAND Ian SULLIVAN (9818) & Anthony CLARK (9819)
Graham HURRELL (4722) & Peter JEFFREY (8800)
Simon D. ARCHER (2034) & Nathan ROBERTSON (7572)
Chris HUNT (995) & Julian A. ROBERTSON (2745)
ESTONIA Heiki SORGE (9908) & Peeter MUNITSON (11909)
FINLAND Ilkka NYQVIST (7080) & Ville KINNUNEN (9080)
Jari ERIKSSON (1835) & Mikko FRANSSILA (2921)
FRANCE Manuel DUBRULLE (2621) & Vincent LAIGLE (4031)
Bertrand GALLET (5130) & Jean-Michel LEFORT (11018)
GERMANY Michael HELBER (2792) & Bjoern SIEGEMUND (3945)
Boris REICHEL (7621) & Joachim TESCHE (9257)
Jens ROCH (10546) & Ian MAYWALD (11235)
GREECE Pavlos CHARALAMBIDIS (3578) & Chris TSARTSITIS (11119)
George GEORGOUDIS (50698) & Christoforos CHRISTOFORATOS (50699)
HONG KONG Che Kong MA (4869) & Kwun Yuen YAU (5841)
HUNGARY Zsolt KOCSIS (2656) & Attila KOVACS (6017)
INDONESIA Denny KANTONO (2113) & Budi Ariantho ANTONIUS (3091)
Flandy LIMPELE (5612) & Eng HIAN (8011)
Candra WIJAYA (2078) & Tony GUNAWAN (3181)
Ricky A. SUBAGJA (894) & Rexy MAINAKY (1718)
INDIA Jaseel P. ISMAIL (5556) & Vincent LOBO (12593)
Vinod KUMAR (1608) & Srikant BAKSHI (4073)
ICELAND Tryggvi NIELSEN (5137) & Sveinn SOLVASON (6301)
Thorsteinn P. HAENGSSON (174) & Broddi KRISTJANSSON (270)
Orri ARNASON (5214) & Njordur LUDVIGSSON (5220)
Astvaldur HEIDARSSON (2949) & Tomas VIBORG (7578)
JAPAN Shinji OHTA (7323) & Takuya TAKEHANA (7324)
Tadashi OHTSUKA (8786) & Keita MASUDA (8788)
KAZAKHSTAN Maxim KRUGLIK (8771) & Anuar MUSAFIROV (50017)
KOREA LEE Dong Soo (4273) & YOO Yong Sung (4766)
HA Tae Kwon (4767) & KIM Dong Moon (5745)
LATVIA Eduards LOZE (7670) & Martins KAZEMAKS (7671)
LITHUANIA Aivaras KVEDARAUSKAS (2273) & Dainius MIKALAUSKAS (11911)
MALAYSIA CHEAH Soon Kit (74) & CHOONG Tan Fook (7759)
CHAN Chong Ming (8477) & Jeremy GAN (9072)
CHEW Choon Eng (4236) & LEE Wan Wah (7760)
MAURITIUS Stephan BEEHARRY (7865) & Denis CONSTANTIN (9755)
Eddy CLARISSE (2131) & Michael ADAMS (1)
NETHERLANDS Quinten VAN DALM (1308) & Dennis LENS (8204)
Norbert VAN BARNEVELD (5823) & Jurgen VAN LEEUWEN (10531)
NIGERIA Kayode AKINSANYA (7515) & Ocholi EMMANUEL (50676)
Dotun AKINSANYA (50377) & Ibrahim ADAMU (50675)
Agarawu TUNDE (4113) & Abimbola ODEJOKE (50678)
POLAND Michal LOGOSZ (4170) & Robert MATEUSIAK (4253)
Przemyslaw WACHA (8396) & Piotr ZOLADEK (11068)
PORTUGAL Hugo RODRIGUES (2540) & Marco VASCONCELOS (3022)
RUSSIA Sergei MELNIKOV (2297) & Artur KHACHATURJAN (3644)
Vjacheslav VOROBJEV (6102) & Vadim ITSKOV (7094)
SCOTLAND Alastair GATT (1343) & Craig ROBERTSON (1957)
Kenny MIDDLEMISS (367) & Russell HOGG (1329)
SLOVENIA Miho SEPEC (497) & Miha {jnr} SEPEC (12823)
SRI LANKA Duminda JAYAKODY (1726) & Thushara EDIRISINGHE (3239)
SPAIN Sergio LLOPIS (8880) & Jose Antonio CRESPO (8886)
SURINAM Oscar BRANDON (3933) & Derrick STJEWARD (11828)
SLOVAKIA Marian SULKO (7166) & Pavol MECAR (9651)
Lukas KLACANSKY (10685) & Michal MATEJKA (12795)
SOUTH AFRICA Anton KRIEL (4645) & Gavin POLMANS (7860)
Anton KRIEL (4645) & Johannes KLEINGELD (7406)
SWEDEN Peter AXELSSON (21) & Par-Gunnar JONSSON (233)
Frederik BERGSTROM (6979) & Henrik ANDERSSON (9580)
THAILAND Pramote TEERAWIWATANA (830) & Tesana PANVISVAS (7058)
UKRAINE Valerj STRELCOV (2281) & Konstantin TATRANOV (2293)
USA Mike EDSTROM (4357) & Chris HALES (7370)
Ardy B WIRANATA (621) & Mark MANHA (3317)
WALES Chris REES (456) & Chris DAVIES (10880)
ZAMBIA Mubanga KAITE (2134) & Stanley Pitiri MWANGULU (8409)

Ladies' Doubles
ARGENTINA Alice GARAY (8884) & Lorena BUGALLO CASTRO (12173)
BELGIUM Veerle RAKELS (10973) & Nathalie DESCAMPS (50021)
BELARUS Vlada TCHERNIAVSKAIA (33) & Tatiana GERASSIMOVITCH (3731)
Maria KIZIL (9456) & Nadezhda KOSTIOUTCHIK (50054)
BRAZIL Cristina NAKANO (6501) & Fernanda KUMASAKA (7302)
BULGARIA Diana KOLEVA (269) & Neli NEDJALKOVA (2436)
Rayna TZVETKOVA (2816) & Petta Todorova NEDELTCHEVA (12765)
CANADA Robbyn M HERMITAGE (1376) & Milaine CLOUTIER (1998)
Denyse JULIEN (235) & Charmaine REID (3156)
Julia CHEN (6767) & Jennifer WONG (11672)
Moira ONG (5546) & Elma ONG (5547)
CHINA HUANG Nanyan (8349) & YANG Wei (10647)
GE Fei (4951) & GU Jun (4952)
QIN Yiyuan (1883) & GAO Ling (9706)
LU Ying (9723) & HUANG Sui (50193)
CHINESE TAIPEI Li-Chin CHEN (3856) & Hui-Min TSAI (3901)
CZECH REPUBLIC Ludmila BASOVA (2551) & Marketa KOUDELKOVA (3696)
DENMARK Marlene THOMSEN (1105) & Rikke OLSEN (4789)
Ann JORGENSEN (4167) & Majken VANGE (5786)
Helene KIRKEGAARD (1341) & Pernille HARDER (6347)
Mette SCHJOLDAGER (8494) & Ann-Lou JORGENSEN (10106)
ENGLAND Joanne G GOODE (2759) & Donna KELLOGG (9646)
Joanne DAVIES (2785) & Sarah HARDAKER (6360)
Tracy DINEEN (963) & Lorraine COLE (7268)
Sara L. SANKEY (177) & Ella MILES (750)
ESTONIA Kairi SAKS (9912) & Piret HAMER (11913)
FINLAND Anu WECKSTROM (7083) & Nina WECKSTROM (9909)
Marjaana MOILANEN (2735) & Malin VIRTA (5117)
FRANCE Christelle VALLET-SZYNAL (791) & Amelie DECELLE (11024)
GERMANY Karen STECHMANN (3345) & Nicole GRETHER (3951)
Anika SIETZ (6853) & Nicol PITRO (6854)
HONG KONG Wai Chee KOON (5849) & Mei Mei CHAN (7136)
HUNGARY Andrea DAKO (2660) & Andrea ODOR (3677)
Csilla FORIAN (794) & Krisztina ADAM (10030)
INDONESIA Etty TANTRI (10559) & Cinthia TUWANKOTTA (10754)
Nathanael ELIZA (1066) & Denyana LOMBAN (8025)
Indarti ISOLIANA (5609) & {Pelita Jaya} CARMELITA (6526)
INDIA Archana DEODHAR (673) & Manjusha KANWAR (10674)
Neelima CHOUDHARY (1443) & P.V.V LAKSHMI (6218)
ICELAND Vigdis ASGEIRSDOTTIR (5229) & Brynja PETURSDOTTIR (6305)
Erla Bjorg HAFSTEINSDOTTIR (8679) & Drifa HARDARDOTTIR (10037)
Olof OLAFSDOTTIR (10814) & Sara JONSDOTTIR (12126)
JAPAN Haruko MATSUDA (3867) & Yoshiko IWATA (3871)
Hiromi YAMADA (8742) & Naomi MURAKAMI (12264)
KAZAKHSTAN Irina GRITSENKO (3653) & Olga GAFAROVA (7434)
KOREA RA Kyung Min (4781) & CHUNG Jae Hee (7104)
LEE Hyo Jung (12193) & JUN Woul Sik (12203)
JUN Jae Youn (12197) & SI Jin Sun (50301)
LATVIA Kristine SEFERE (10625) & Margarita MIKELSONE (50037)
MALAYSIA CHOR Hooi Yee (7824) & ANG Li Peng (9092)
LIM Pek Siah (7784) & QUAY Joanna Swee Ling (9178)
MAURITIUS Marie-Helene PIERRE (8563) & Selvon MARUDAMUTHU (11885)
NETHERLANDS Nicole VAN HOOREN (3375) & Lotte JONATHANS (9288)
Erica VAN DEN HEUVEL (595) & Lonneke JANSSEN (6959)
NIGERIA Olamide Toyin ADEBAYO (5805) & Prisca AZUINE (11969)
Kuburat MUMUNI (7855) & Gloria EMINA (50677)
NORWAY Camilla WRIGHT (10971) & Sissel LINDEROTH (6040)
Monica HALVORSEN (10810) & Helene ABUSDAL (12111)
PERU Ximena BELLIDO UGARTE (36) & Lorena BLANCO ZULOAGA (6214)
POLAND Kinga RUDOLF (9619) & Kamila AUGUSTYN (11071)
Joanna SZLESZYNSKA (6287) & Monika BIENKOWSKA (7612)
PORTUGAL Ana FERREIRA (6257) & Filipa LAMY (8762)
RUSSIA Nadezhda CHERVJAKOVA (2844) & Natalia DJACHKOVA (4921)
Svetlana ALFEROVA (2838) & Marina YAKUSHEVA (3953)
SCOTLAND Sandra WATT (3436) & Kirsteen MCEWAN (5707)
SLOVENIA Maja POHAR (4308) & Maja TVRDY (12023)
SWITZERLAND Judith BAUMEYER (6188) & Santi WIBOWO (10803)
SLOVAKIA Kvetoslava ORLOVSKA (10626) & Barbora BOBROVSKA (9652)
THAILAND Sujitra EKMONGKOLPAISARN (4814) & Saralee THUNTHONGKAM (7065)
UKRAINE Elena NOZDRAN (4851) & Victoria EVTOUSHENKO (6197)
Natalja ESIPENKO (7160) & Natalia GOLOVKINA (8422)
USA Yeping TANG (7882) & Lily CHEN (8177)
ZAMBIA Megan CHUNGU (7259) & Charity MWAPE (50695)

Mixed Doubles
ARGENTINA Hugo MADSEN (10839) & Lorena BUGALLO CASTRO (12173)
Cristian MEYER (10838) & Alice GARAY (8884)
AUSTRIA Heimo GOTSCHL (2020) & Tina RIEDL (6362)
AUSTRIA/HUNGARY Harald KOCH (2642) & Andrea DAKO (2660)
BELGIUM Ruud KUIJTEN (3704) & Manon ALBINUS (5698)
BELARUS Vitalij SHMAKOV (507) & Vlada TCHERNIAVSKAIA (33)
Andrei MALIOUTIN (10031) & Nadezhda KOSTIOUTCHIK (50054)
Juri GROMYKO (4086) & Tatiana GERASSIMOVITCH (3731)
BRAZIL Leandro SANTOS (5639) & Fernanda KUMASAKA (7302)
Paulo SCALA (9555) & Cristina NAKANO (6501)
Ricardo TREVELIN (10015) & Min Huai HAO (6722)
BULGARIA Svetoslav STOJANOV (4922) & Rayna TZVETKOVA (2816)
Michail POPOV (4997) & Diana KOLEVA (269)
Konstantin DOBREV (11818) & Petta Todorova NEDELTCHEVA (12765)
Pjuzant KASSABIAN (241) & Neli NEDJALKOVA (2436)
CANADA Brent OLYNYK (5535) & Robbyn M HERMITAGE (1376)
Michael BERES (5537) & Kara SOLMUNDSON (6765)
Iain SYDIE (1368) & Denyse JULIEN (235)
Stuart K ARTHUR (9564) & Cindy ARTHUR (10778)
CHINA LIU Yong (5969) & GE Fei (4951)
CHEN Qiqiu (10644) & HUANG Sui (50193)
ZHANG Jun (8598) & GAO Ling (9706)
YANG Ming (5938) & YANG Wei (10647)
CHINESE TAIPEI Wei-Jen LEE (5054) & Hui-Min TSAI (3901)
CROATIA Silvio JURCIC (7169) & Andrea JURCIC (3580)
CZECH REPUBLIC Zdenek MUSIL (774) & Marketa KOUDELKOVA (3696)
Petr BASA (2010) & Ludmila BASOVA (2551)
DENMARK Michael SOGAARD (521) & Rikke OLSEN (4789)
Jon HOLST-CHRISTENSEN (200) & Ann JORGENSEN (4167)
Janek ROOS (4787) & Helene KIRKEGAARD (1341)
Jens ERIKSEN (1837) & Mette SCHJOLDAGER (8494)
ENGLAND Simon D. ARCHER (2034) & Joanne G GOODE (2759)
Nathan ROBERTSON (7572) & Joanne DAVIES (2785)
Ian SULLIVAN (9818) & Gail EMMS (7734)
Chris HUNT (995) & Donna KELLOGG (9646)
ESTONIA Meelis MAISTE (10042) & Kairi SAKS (9912)
FINLAND Mikko FRANSSILA (2921) & Marjaana MOILANEN (2735)
FRANCE Vincent LAIGLE (4031) & Amelie DECELLE (11024)
Jean-Michel LEFORT (11018) & Christelle VALLET-SZYNAL (791)
GERMANY Michael KECK (1295) & Nicol PITRO (6854)
Bjoern SIEGEMUND (3945) & Karen STECHMANN (3345)
Joachim TESCHE (9257) & Anika SIETZ (6853)
HONG KONG Kwun Yuen YAU (5841) & Mei Mei CHAN (7136)
Kwok Wa LIU (7134) & Wai Chee KOON (5849)
HUNGARY Zsolt KOCSIS (2656) & Csilla FORIAN (794)
INDONESIA Trikus HERYANTO (4510) & Minarti TIMUR (574)
Bambang SUPRIANTO (1724) & Rosiana ZELIN (3206)
Wahyu {Pelita} AGUNG (6543) & Ema ERMAWATI (8850)
INDIA Vincent LOBO (12593) & Archana DEODHAR (673)
Vinod KUMAR (1608) & P.V.V LAKSHMI (6218)
ICELAND Njordur LUDVIGSSON (5220) & Drifa HARDARDOTTIR (10037)
Thorsteinn P. HAENGSSON (174) & Brynja PETURSDOTTIR (6305)
Orri ARNASON (5214) & Erla Bjorg HAFSTEINSDOTTIR (8679)
Tomas VIBORG (7578) & Vigdis ASGEIRSDOTTIR (5229)
JAPAN Fumihiko MACHIDA (1086) & Haruko MATSUDA (3867)
KOREA KIM Dong Moon (5745) & RA Kyung Min (4781)
HA Tae Kwon (4767) & CHUNG Jae Hee (7104)
LEE Hyun II (11704) & LEE Hyo Jung (12193)
SHON Seung Mo (10183) & JUN Woul Sik (12203)
LATVIA Eduards LOZE (7670) & Kristine SEFERE (10625)
Edijs LIVINS (12761) & Margarita MIKELSONE (50037)
LITHUANIA Dainius MIKALAUSKAS (11911) & Erika MILIKUSKAITE (50016)
MALAYSIA CHAN Chong Ming (8477) & QUAY Joanna Swee Ling (9178)
MAURITIUS Stephan BEEHARRY (7865) & Marie-Helene PIERRE (8563)
Eddy CLARISSE (2131) & Selvon MARUDAMUTHU (11885)
NETHERLANDS Quinten VAN DALM (1308) & Nicole VAN HOOREN (3375)
Chris BRUIL (729) & Erica VAN DEN HEUVEL (595)
NIGERIA Kayode AKINSANYA (7515) & Olamide Toyin ADEBAYO (5805)
Agarawu TUNDE (4113) & Prisca AZUINE (11969)
Ibrahim ADAMU (50675) & Gloria EMINA (50677)
Ocholi EMMANUEL (50676) & Kuburat MUMUNI (7855)
NORWAY Kristian LARSEN (8267) & Camilla WRIGHT (10971)
PERU Guillermo COX (5147) & Lorena BLANCO ZULOAGA (6214)
POLAND Piotr ZOLADEK (11068) & Kamila AUGUSTYN (11071)
Robert MATEUSIAK (4253) & Monika BIENKOWSKA (7612)
Marcin BURZYNSKI (3620) & Kinga RUDOLF (9619)
PORTUGAL Hugo RODRIGUES (2540) & Ana FERREIRA (6257)
RUSSIA Pavel UVAROV (2263) & Ella KARACHKOVA (6115)
Artur KHACHATURJAN (3644) & Svetlana ALFEROVA (2838)
Vjacheslav VOROBJEV (6102) & Natalia DJACHKOVA (4921)
SCOTLAND Kenny MIDDLEMISS (367) & Kirsteen MCEWAN (5707)
Russell HOGG (1329) & Fiona SNEDDON (12044)
Alastair GATT (1343) & Sandra WATT (3436)
SLOVENIA Andrej POHAR (1860) & Maja POHAR (4308)
Miha {jnr} SEPEC (12823) & Maja TVRDY (12023)
SLOVAKIA Pavol MECAR (9651) & Barbora BOBROVSKA (9652)
Lukas KLACANSKY (10685) & Kvetoslava ORLOVSKA (10626)
Michal MATEJKA (12795) & Gabriela ZABAVLIKOVA (50696)
SPAIN Jose Antonio CRESPO (8886) & Dolores MARCO (2698)
SWEDEN Frederik BERGSTROM (6979) & Jenny KARLSSON (10469)
THAILAND Kitipon KITIKUL (4805) & Saralee THUNTHONGKAM (7065)
Swung-Yuan LEE (7349) & Ya-Lin CHAN (5039)
Shin-Chung HUANG (9849) & Li-Chin CHEN (3856)
UKRAINE Vladislav DRUZCHENKO (4850) & Victoria EVTOUSHENKO (6197)
Valerj STRELCOV (2281) & Natalia GOLOVKINA (8422)
Dmitry MIZNIKOV (7171) & Natalja ESIPENKO (7160)
USA Chris HALES (7370) & Yeping TANG (7882)
WALES Chris DAVIES (10880) & Joanne MUGGERIDGE (381)
ZAMBIA Stanley Pitiri MWANGULU (8409) & Megan CHUNGU (7259)
Mubanga KAITE (2134) & Charity MWAPE (50695)
Quelle: IBF

 

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