World Badminton Federation

The History & Heritage of the Thomas Cup

Publish Date: September 10, 2020 | Editor

October 3rd, 2020 in Aarhus, Denmark would see the kick-off for the 31st Thomas Cup or the World Men's Team Championships; also marking the return of topflight badminton action for the first time sinc...

All England Badminton

The Legend of Betty Uber & History of the Uber Cup

Publish Date: September 09, 2020 | Editor

The Thomas & Uber Cup to be held in Arhus, Denmark will mark the resumption of top flight Badminton action for the first time since Mid-March, when the corona virus pandemic forced a world wide sh...

Legends Vision

Taufik Hidayat: The Backsmasher Prodigy

Publish Date: July 20, 2018 | Srishty Sharon

We can bet that there cannot be a single badminton aficionado, who is unaware of the name “Taufik Hidayat.” That’s because a person like him is unforgettable. He is among the most adored and popular b...

Badminton Europe

Peter Gade: The Living Legend

Publish Date: June 30, 2018 | Srishty Sharon

The Danish professional badminton player, Peter Hoeg Gade is regarded as the iconic badminton player in the history of the sports. His signature style combined with a classic finesse is unparalleled, ...


Who invented Badminton and where was it Originated?

Publish Date: May 27, 2018 | Esme

Badminton is the second most popular sport in the world. Ever wondered when was it first played? Or how did it evolve? Yes? Read on to know the History of Badminton!   A lot of other games usin...


Prakash Padukone, badminton turning point

Publish Date: March 20, 2017 | Gobadminton desk

Prakash Padukone, the badminton legend who has his brand name for badminton in India after his ‘All England Badminton Championship’ title in 1980 and it is the first ever prestigious title in the Indi...


Gopichand won All England title to repeat history

Publish Date: February 20, 2017 | Gobadminton desk

After a score year in 2001, the top seed Gopichand had won ‘All England Championship title against China’s Chen Hong, 12th seed by 15-12, 15-6. After Prakash Padukone, who won All England, way back ...


Saina Nehwal claims Bronze at London Olympics

Publish Date: February 20, 2017 | Gobadminton desk

Saina Nehwal had won Bronze at London Olympics in 2012 against Xin Wang, former 2nd seed from China, who withdrew from the match at the second game due to knee injury. Saina, 4th seed of then, didn’...


P V Sindhu, First Indian woman to have won Olympic Silver

Publish Date: February 20, 2017 | Gobadminton desk

P. V. Sindhu became the first Indian contingent by winning Silver Medal in 2016 Rio Olympics. She encountered with top seed Carolina Marin from Spain and gave the match to the opponent by 21-19, 12-...

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