2014 Thomas & Uber Cup Finals  
 
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When : From 18/05/2014 (Sun) to 25/05/2014 (Sun)
 
Where : Siri Fort Indoor Stadium
New Delhi, India
 
Men's singles :
Women's singles :
Men's doubles :
Women's doubles :
 StageDateStart TimeEnd Time (Approx)
Group Stage D1 18/05/2014 9AM
Group Stage D2 19/05/2014 9AM
Group Stage D3 20/05/2014 9AM
Group Stage D4 21/05/2014 9AM
Quarter Final 22/05/2014 12PM
Semi Final 23/05/2014 12PM
Uber Final 24/05/2014 3PM
Thomas Final 25/05/2014 3PM
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Japan down Malaysia to claim maiden Thomas Cup title
Publish on 25/05/2014   Source : Reuters
Takuma Ueda prevailed in a thrilling decider as Japan claimed their maiden Thomas Cup title by edging out five-times champions Malaysia 3-2 in a pulsating final of the men's team event on Sunday.
China defend Uber Cup title after Thomas Cup heartbreak
Publish on 24/05/2014   Source : Daily Times
A charged-up China defended their Uber Cup title with a 3-1 victory against Japan in Saturday's final to find some solace after the same opponents had ended the badminton powerhouse's decade-old Thomas Cup reign barely 24 hours ago.
Malaysia beat Indonesia, make it to Thomas Cup final
Publish on 23/05/2014   Source : Malaysia The Star
The bhangra drums were feverishly beating away as Malaysia rejoiced after storming into the Thomas Cup final at the Siri Fort Indoor Stadium. Malaysia now have a shot at ending a 22-year drought after pulling off a superb 3-0 win over old rivals Indonesia in the semi-finals on Friday night.
Japan end China's Thomas Cup reign
Publish on 23/05/2014   Source : Channel News Asia
Japan enjoyed one of their best days in badminton history on Friday as the men sensationally knocked out powerhouse China 3-0 in the Thomas Cup and the women entered the Uber Cup final.
Semi-etired Lin Dan comes back to help China create history in Thomas Cup
Publish on 16/05/2014   Source : South China Morning Post
Semi-retired superstar Lin Dan will return to the courts in a bid to create more badminton history as China go for a record sixth straight Thomas Cup win in New Delhi from Sunday.
Lee Yong Dae and Kim Ki Jung are back for Thomas Cup
Publish on 16/05/2014   Source : Malaysia The Star
The BWF has reversed the sanction against Lee Yong Dae and Kim Ki Jung due to new significant evidence.


The Thomas Cup or Men's World Team Championships was first staged in 1948-49, and the Uber Cup or Women's World Team Championships was added for the first time in 1956-7.

The Thomas Cup, taking place every three years, was the BWF's first major international tournament. The idea for the competition and the donation of the trophy was by the first President of the World body, Sir George Thomas, legendary player (21 All England titles) and administrator of the Sport.

The Uber Cup Finals have been held alongside the Men's competition since 1984, with both then taking place bi-ennially. The Uber Cup had previously taken place at three yearly intervals separately to the Men's competition but always with a similar format.

The trophy was presented by another famous player and the person whose original idea it was to start a team Championships for Women, the eponymous Betty Uber. Betty Uber also made the draw for the 1956-7 inaugural tournament which took place at Lytham St Annes in Lancashire, England.

The 2014 edition, the prestigious biennial team championships Thomas Cup and Uber Cup Finals will be hosted in New Delhi capital city of India from 18-25 May 2014.
 

 
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