• World No. 33 men's doubles player Andrew Ellis retires from badminton

    London: One of England's most successful men's doubles shuttler for the past 10 years - Andrew Ellis has retired from the sport, and he has admitted that it was the hardest decision of his life.BadmintonPlanet would like to wish Andrew Ellis the best of luck with his new venture! (photo: Team Derby)

    BadmintonPlanet would like to wish Andrew Ellis the best of luck with his new venture! (photo: Team Derby)

  • Kirsty Gilmour loses to Line Kjaersfeldt in Scottish Open final

    Glasgow: The home favorite and top seed Kirsty Gilmour was the overwhelming favorite to win Scottish Open Grand Prix women's singles title, unfortunately her dream of claiming her second Grand Prix crown of the season (Gilmour defeated Karin Schnaase of Germany to win Dutch Open title six weeks ago) was shattered by Denmark’s Line Kjaersfeldt on Sunday.Congratulations to both Line Kjaersfeldt(left) and Kirsty Gilmour!

    Congratulations to both Line Kjaersfeldt(left) and Kirsty Gilmour!

  • England's national badminton league (NBL) kicks off on Oct 6

    London: Team England and MK Badminton star Peter Mills believes the structure of the brand new National Badminton League (NBL) will make for some “intriguing” matches when the inaugural Monday match-night starts on 6 October.

    Mills will face his former doubles partner, Chris Langridge on the opposite side of the net in MK Badminton’s opening NBL fixture against Surrey Smashers – a match that will be broadcast live on Sky Sports 3.09-30-2014-badminton-news-peter-mills-england-Peter Mills will lead MK Badminton for the 2014-2015 NBL season-badminton-league

    09-30-2014-badminton-news-peter-mills-england-Peter Mills will lead MK Badminton for the 2014-2015 NBL season-badminton-league

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