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Saina advances in Thailand Open
Publish on 08/06/2012   Source : Indian Express
Top seed Saina Nehwal took 42 minutes to demolish China's Han Li, ranked 39th in the world, 21-17, 21-13 to storm into the women's singles quarterfinals.
Saina Nehwal reaches quarterfinals of Thailand Open
Publish on 08/06/2012   Source : The Times Of India
Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal notched up a straight-game victory over Chinese Li Han to advance to the quarterfinals of Thailand Grand Prix Gold in Bangkok.
Boonsak crashed out in Thailand Open
Publish on 08/06/2012   Source : Bangkok Post
Thai star Boonsak Ponsana crashed out in the third round of the SCG Thailand Open badminton championships at CU Sports Complex yesterday.
Wang Lin marches on
Publish on 07/06/2012   Source : BWF
Former world champion Wang Lin showed glimpses of her former brilliance to reach the quarter-finals of the SCG Thailand Open on Thursday.
Lin seals two wins to reach last 16
Publish on 07/06/2012   Source : Bangkok Post
Big-name players, led by world No. 2 Lin Dan of China, took comfortable victories at the SCG Thailand Open badminton championships yesterday.
Easy for Lin Dan
Publish on 06/06/2012   Source : BWF
Four-time world champion Lin Dan made up for his absence from last years tournament to cruise into the third round of the SCG Thailand Open on Wednesday.
Lin Dan narrowly escapes defeat in 1st round at Thailand Open
Publish on 06/06/2012   Source :
China's top player Lin Dan was lucky enough to avoid a biggest upset as he narrowly defeated Korea's Young Woong Ha with a narrow margin at the SCG Thailand Open Grand Prix Gold 2012 in Thailand, on Wednesday, June 6.
Saina Nehwal struggles against Nichaon Jindapon in 1st round at Thailand Open
Publish on 06/06/2012   Source :
India's best shuttler Saina Nehwal found a tough start as she remained struggling in her narrow victory over Thailand's Nichaon Jindapon in Women's Singles first round at the SCG Thailand Open GP Gold 2012 at Bangkok, Thailand, on Wednesday, June 6.
Lin feeling tired ahead of SCG Thailand Open
Publish on 05/06/2012   Source : Bangkok Post
Olympic champion Lin Dan of China yesterday played down his chances of winning this week's SCG Thailand Open badminton championships.
Chong Wei may take more than 4 weeks to recover fully
Publish on 05/06/2012   Source : Daily Express
Shuttler Datuk Lee Chong Wei may take longer than four weeks to be 100 per cent fit for competition said National Sports Institute (ISN) physiotherapy expert Sandra Fiedler.
Nathan Robertson retires after missing selection for the Olympics Games
Publish on 04/06/2012   Source : Telegraph UK
Nathan Robertson, Britain's greatest badminton player, has announced his retirement following his failure to gain selection for the London 2012 Olympics.
Saina starts Olympics build-up with Thai Open GPG
Publish on 04/06/2012   Source : IBN Live
Saina Nehwal would look to boost her confidence ahead of the London Olympics when she starts as the top seed at the Thailand Grand Prix Gold beginning with the qualifiers in Bangkok on Tuesday.
Olympic great Lin, Nehwal ready for SCG Thailand Open
Publish on 03/06/2012   Source : Bangkok Post
Olympic champion Lin Dan of China and world No.5 Saina Nehwal of India will take part in the SCG Thailand Open badminton championships this week.
Lin Dan will play while Peter Gade and Taufik will quit after London Olympics
Publish on 29/05/2012   Source :
China's mega star Lin Dan has not yet decided to take retirement from international badminton while his old rivals Peter Hoeg Gade of Denmark and Taufik Hidayat of Indonesia will quit after the London Olympics 2012, which are set to take place in July-August in England.
Badminton drops skirts-only rule
Publish on 28/05/2012   Source : AFP
Badminton's world body has abandoned plans to force women players to wear skirts, officials said, in the face of fierce opposition which threatened to cause controversy during the Olympics.
China retain Thomas Cup for fifth time
Publish on 28/05/2012   Source : Eurosport Australia
Lin Dan inspired China to retain the biennial Thomas Cup men's team badminton event for a record-equalling fifth time after a comprehensive 3-0 victory over South Korea.
Tears of joy as China lift Uber Cup
Publish on 27/05/2012   Source : New Straits Times
World No 1 Wang Yihan dramatically survived four match points in an epic singles contest as hosts China won the women's Uber Cup yesterday, laying to rest the ghosts of two years ago.
Yihan's great comeback inspires China to Uber Cup
Publish on 27/05/2012   Source : Malaysia The Star
Wang Yihan was staring at defeat when a flash of painful memories jolted her into life. With South Korea's Sung Ji-hyun on the brink of a sensational win at 21-14, 20-16, Yihan completed the mother of all comebacks to deliver the first point for China in their Uber Cup final ...
South Korea reach Thomas Cup final
Publish on 26/05/2012   Source : The Times Of India
South Korea on Friday won a thrilling 3-1 tie against Denmark to reach the Thomas Cup final in Wuhan, setting up a likely showdown with China in a tournament that is key preparation for the Olympics.
Fired-up Lin Dan takes China into badminton final
Publish on 26/05/2012   Source : AFP
Superstar shuttler Lin Dan dug deep to beat the Japanese Sho Sasaki in the Thomas Cup semi-final in China on Friday, taking the hosts a step closer to winning the key pre-Olympics tournament.
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