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Morten perfect role model for budding shuttlers

Bangalore, Oct 14. (PTI): Two of India's famed shuttlers ...

Malaysian Lee Chong Wei loses to Indon in Japan Open

TOKYO: World champion Lin Dan of China defeated Denmark's Peter ...

Chinese Dominate World Badminton Championship

Komfie Manalo - All Headline News Foreign Correspondent ...

China strike four golds at world championships (pic)

China completed a brilliantly successful world championships in Madrid this ...

Top seed Lee crashes out

Madrid, Sep 23 (Xinhua) World No. 1 shuttler Lee Chongwei of Malaysia ...

End of the charge (pic)

WORLD number one Lee Chong Wei crashed out of the World ...

Chaotic Scenes at Madrid Championships

Madrid's ability to organise major sporting ...

Bao ensures all-Chinese final(LEAD)

Madrid, Sep 23 (Xinhua) Bao Chunlai beat gritty Lee Hyun ...

IBF announce introduction of new Super Series

By Simon Baskett MADRID (Reuters) - The ...

Robertson And Emms In Final

Nathan Robertson and Gail Emms let slip five match points before beating ...

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