2014 BWF World Championships  
 
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When : From 25/08/2014 (Mon) to 31/08/2014 (Sun)
 
Where : Ballerup Super Arena
Copenhagen, Denmark
 
Cost : Buy Tickets Online
 
Men's singles :
Women's singles :
Men's doubles :
Women's doubles :
Mixed doubles :
 StageDateStart TimeEnd Time (Approx)
1st Round 25/08/2014 10AM
2nd Round 26/08/2014 11AM
3rd Round 27/08/2014 11AM
4th Round 28/08/2014 1PM
Quarter Final 29/08/2014 10AM
Semi Final 30/08/2014 10AM
Final 31/08/2014 12PM
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Watch 1st Round matches online :
Chen Long wins world badminton title
Publish on 31/08/2014   Source : Xinhua
China's Chen Long beat world No. 1 Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia in straight sets to win the men's singles title at world badminton championships on Sunday.
Spain's Carolina Marin Stuns World No.1 Li Xuerui to Win World Championship Title
Publish on 31/08/2014   Source : NDTV
Spain's Carolina Marin pulled off a monumental upset as she beat Chinese world number one Li Xuerui to win the women's singles title at the Badminton World Championships in Copenhagen on Sunday.
Men's singles
China
Chen Long
Women's singles
Spain
Carolina Marin
Men's doubles
South Korea
Ko Sung Hyun
South Korea
Shin Baek Choel
Women's doubles
China
Tian Qing
China
Zhao Yunlei
Mixed doubles
China
Zhang Nan
China
Zhao Yunlei
The most prestigious tournament in Badminton. Competing as individuals in five events, Men’s singles, Women’s singles, Men’s and Women’s doubles and Mixed doubles, success conveys the title of World Champion on the winner(s).

First held in 1977 and originally being held every two years the World Championships has since 2003 been held every year except Olympic years, where the winner of the Olympic title is considered the ‘world champion’ in all but name.

Badminton Denmark have hosted the prestigious event thrice in 1983, 1991 and 1999 in Copenhagen. After 15 years lapsed , once again they host the 2014 edition from 25 - 31 August 2014. The tournament will be held Ballerup Super Arena a multi-purpose arena, in Ballerup, Denmark with 9,200 seating capacity. The championships will see approximately 400 of the world’s top players representing five continents competing for the title of World Champion.


 

 
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