Li Ning China Open  
 
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When : From 22/11/2011 (Tue) to 27/11/2011 (Sun)
 
Where : YuanShen Gymnasium of Pudong
No. 655 Yuanshen Road
Shanghai, China
 
Men's singles :
Women's singles :
Men's doubles :
Women's doubles :
Mixed doubles :
 StageDateStart TimeEnd Time (Approx)
1st Round 23/11/2011 9 AM
2nd Round 24/11/2011 1 PM
Quarter Final 25/11/2011 5 PM
Semi Final 26/11/2011 12 PM
Final 27/11/2011 1 PM
Super Dan at his best
Publish on 27/11/2011   Source : BWF
Lin Dan edged teammate Chen Long 21-17, 26-24 to win the US$350,000 Li Ning China Open final at Yuan Shen Gymnasium of Pudong, in Shanghai, on Sunday.
World champions get it right once again
Publish on 27/11/2011   Source : BWF
Zhang Nan-Zhao Yunlei captured their fourth OSIM BWF World Superseries tournament of the year when they won the Li Ning China Open on Sunday. The Chinese superstars showed they have well and truly overcome their jinx when they defeated Denmarks Joachim Fischer Nielsen-Christinna Pedersen 21-11, 21-14 to take the top prize.
Boe-Mogensen fly the flag for Europe
Publish on 27/11/2011   Source : BWF
Former world No. 1s Mathias Boe-Carsten Mogensen won their second OSIM BWF World Superseries Premier tournament of the year when they captured the US$350,000 Li Ning China Open on Sunday.
Joy for Wang Xiaoli-Yu Yang
Publish on 27/11/2011   Source : BWF
History was created at the Yuan Shen Gymnasium of Pudong, in Shanghai, on Sunday when Wang Xiaoli-Yu Yang became the first players in history to win four consecutive OSIM BWF World Superseries tournaments.
Ko Sung Hyun and Yoo Yeon Seong surge into Men's Doubles final
Publish on 26/11/2011   Source : Bettor.com
Korea's Ko Sung Hyun and Yoo Yeon Seong have proved their mettle as they have surged into Men's Doubles final after beating Japan's Naoki Kawamae and Shoji Sato in the semi-final of the 2011 Li-Ning China Open Premier Super Series, in Shanghai, on Saturday, November 26.
Chen Long ends winning run of Simon Santoso in semi-final battle
Publish on 26/11/2011   Source : Bettor.com
Chen Long, the most in-form shuttler of China at the moment, has proved his superiority in the game as he has ended the winning run of Indonesia's Simon Santoso by beating him in the Men's Singles semi-final of the 2011 China Open Premier Super Series, on Saturday, November 26, at ...
Trio on the verge of history
Publish on 26/11/2011   Source : BWF
Wang Xiaoli-Yu Yang, and Wang Xin have the opportunity to create history on Sunday by becoming the first players to win four consecutive OSIM BWF World Superseries tournaments. Wang Xin, who is already the first female singles player to win three Superseries tournaments back-to-back following wins in Denmark, France and
South Koreans gunning for maiden title
Publish on 26/11/2011   Source : BWF
Fourth seeds Ko Sung Hyun-Yoo Yeon Seong, have the opportunity to win their first ever OSIM BWF World Superseries Premier title after reaching the final of the US$350,000 Li Ning China Open on Saturday. The South Koreans, who have won a couple of Grand Prix Gold titles previously
No clean sweep for home team
Publish on 25/11/2011   Source : BWF
The home fans were left disappointed on Friday as Chinas hopes in the Li Ning China Open mens doubles competition evaporated on Friday. Just like a year ago, the home team will not be able to make a clean sweep of the gold medals in the years final OSIM BWF World
Chong Wei-Lin Dan to clash in semis once again
Publish on 25/11/2011   Source : BWF
Lee Chong Wei has the perfect opportunity for revenge when he faces arch rival Lin Dan in the semi-finals of the US$350,000 Li Ning China Open on Saturday.
Simon out to end the year with a bang
Publish on 25/11/2011   Source : BWF
New SEA Games champion Simon Santoso continued his revival when he reached the semi-finals of US$350,000 Li Ning China Open on Friday. The Indonesian, who started the year on a positive note by reaching the semi-finals of the opening two OSIM BWF World Superseries tournaments in Malaysia and South Korea
Inthanon slays top seed
Publish on 24/11/2011   Source : BWF
Thailands three-time world junior champion Inthanon Ratchanok created the biggest upset at the US$350,000 Li Ning China Open on Thursday, when she defeated top seed Wang Shixian in the second round of the OSIM BWF World Superseries Premier tournament.
Malaysians spring a surprise
Publish on 24/11/2011   Source : BWF
Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying, carried on their good form when they stunned world No.2 s Xu Chen-Ma Jin in the second round of the US$350,000 Li Ning China Open on Thursday.
Chong Wei rushes into quarter-finals
Publish on 24/11/2011   Source : BWF
World No. 1 Lee Chong Wei brushed aside Kenichi Tago in just 29 minutes to reach the quarter-finals of the US$350,000 Li Ning China Open on Thursday. The Malaysian, who is eager to bounce back after failing to reach the final in Hong Kong last weekonly the first time this season
Seeds fall by the wayside
Publish on 23/11/2011   Source : BWF
Fourth seed Saina Nehwal, fifth seed Jiang Yanjiao and eighth seed Cheng Shao Chieh were all shown the door at the Yuan Shen Gymnasium of Pudong, in Shanghai on Wednesday.
Taufik and Gade struggle into second round
Publish on 23/11/2011   Source : BWF
Two former world No. 1s struggled into the second round of the US$350,000 Li Ning China Open on Wednesday. Indonesias Taufik Hidayat, a former world, Olympic and Asian Games champion who recently fell to No. 8 in the world and Denmarks former All England champion Peter Gade, who is ranked No. ...
Pui Yin hands Schenk shock first round loss
Publish on 23/11/2011   Source : BWF
Juliane Schenks, long search for a maiden OSIM BWF World Superseries title continues after she was sensationally eliminated from the US$350,000 Li Ning China Open, the last Superseries Premier tournament of the year.
China dominate qualifying day
Publish on 22/11/2011   Source : BWF
China once again showed their incredible strength once again when their shuttlers dominated the Li Ning China Open qualifiers on Tuesday. With 16 places up for grabs in the various categories, the hosts contributed eight qualifiers with Indonesia Open Grand Prix Gold champions He Hanbin-Bao Yixin among those going to the
Men's singles
China
Lin Dan
Women's singles
China
Wang Yihan
Men's doubles
Denmark
Mathias Boe
Denmark
Carsten Mogensen
Women's doubles
China
Wang Xiaoli
China
Yu Yang
Mixed doubles
China
Zhang Nan
China
Zhao Yunlei


Prize money: USD 350,000

Winners last year (2010 Li-Ning China Open)
MS: Chen Long [China]
WS: Jiang Yanjiao [China]
MD: Lee Yong Dae/Jung Jae Sung [Korea]
WD: Cheng Shu/Zhao Yunlei [China]
XD: Tao Jiaming/Tian Qing [China]

Watch last year's finals online
Men's Single
Women's Single
Men's Double
Mixed Double

 

 
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