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2023-08-28

Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan win fourth women's doubles title at Badminton World Championships

Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan win fourth women's doubles title at Badminton World Championships

On August 27, Beijing time, the 2023 Badminton World Championships ushered in the final day of competition in Copenhagen.In the final of the women's doubles event in the evening, the national badminton team Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan won the final title by defeating the Indonesian team Rahayu/Siti in two sets with the scores of 21-16 and 21-12.This is the only gold medal won by the national badminton in this World Championships, but also the "Fan Chen combination" to get the fourth career World Championships Women's Doubles Championships, creating the history of the program.This year's World Championships, the national badminton in the women's doubles and mixed doubles two projects into the final. In the mixed doubles final earlier on the 27th, the national badminton team Zheng Siwei/Huang Yaqiong fought hard for three innings, and finally 1-2 against the South Korean combination of Seo Seung-Jae/Yu-Dong Choi, harvesting a silver medal.

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2023-03-10

Wu Yibing Made History Again

Wu Yibing Made History Again

March 9, Beijing timeATP1000 Indian Wells MastersMen's singles first round competitionChina's Wu Yibing (b ǐ ng)2-1 comeback against Spanish player MunnarBreak into the second roundThis is the first victory of Chinese Mainland men's tennis competion in the history of the overseas Masters. In February this year, at the ATP250 Dallas men's singles final, Wu Yibing won the First place of ATP Tour Champion..After the game, Wu Yibing said, "I'm very happy that I have set another record and I will do my best." Next, he will face No. 23 seed Davidovich. Talent "Yi Bing", come on!

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2023-02-23

China won the badminton team Asian Championships 2023

China won the badminton team Asian Championships 2023

In the final of the 2023 Asian Badminton Team Championship, China defeated South Korea 3-1, and successfully defended the championship after winning the championship in 2019. In this competition, the Chinese team mainly sent young players to play, and the excellent performance of the young players was surprising. They first won all three games in the group stage, and then defeated the Malaysian team and the Indian team with the same score of 3:2 in the knockout stage.

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2023-02-20

2023 Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships

2023 Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships

The 2023 Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships are the third edition of the Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships, scheduled to be held at the Dubai Exhibition Centre in United Arab Emirates from 14 to 19 February 2023. It was organised by Badminton Asia and United Arab Emirates Badminton Federation.[1] The event was also known as the Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships 2023.TournamentsThe 2023 Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships (also known as the Tong Yun Kai Cup 2023) are the third edition of the Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships, a continental badminton tournament to crown the best mixed national badminton teams in Asia. The tournament will be held with 17 teams at the Dubai Exhibition Centre in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, from 14 to 19 February 2023. Team China is the defending champion.[2]The draw was held on 31 January 2023.[4][5] The group stage consisted of one group with five teams and three groups each with four teams. The first seeded team, China, was preassigned to Group A, while the second seeded team, Japan, was preassigned to Group D.

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2022-10-17

Badminton racket balance advice

Badminton racket balance advice

Buying a badminton racket is easy, but picking the right one is much harder. Or, you need to know exactly which specifications are completely suitable for your style of play. Still, you don't always know how the racket will react on the court.How important are the following factors of a racket:Grip and grip size25%Stringing20%Balance point: head heavy ○○ ● ○○ Head light15%Weight: i.c.w. Balance point15%Flexibility: stiff ○○ ● ○○ Flexible15%Frame technology and material10%- 'snapback' made of steel - 'snapback' made of steel - Thickness of blade - Thickness of shaft - Aerodynamics - Maximum stringing force Total100%You can choose balance points from below:Extra head heavy(head heavy ●○○○○ head light)31,6 >> cmHead heavy(head heavy ○●○○○ head light)30,5 - 31,5 cmEven balance(head heavy ○○●○○ head light)29,5 - 30,4 cmHead light(head heavy ○○○●○ head light)28,5 - 29,5 cmExtra head light(head heavy ○○○○● head light)<< 28,4 cm Next to flexibility, the balance point is probably the most discussed and well-known term in the badminton world. We believe that this counts for about 15% in the choice of a racket. The balance can strongly influence your style of play offensively or defensively.The balance point is related to the weight of a badminton racket.It falls naturally within the law of gravity and leverage. We are not physicists and keep it a lot simpler because we just call it a heavy or light racket. To determine which balance for your badminton racket suits your playing style, we first explain the advantages and disadvantages of Head Heavy & Head Light rackets.Advantages Head Heavy badminton rackets:· It provides more power and offers the potential to hit the shuttle further back· It gives more control in a long stroke like the clearDisadvantages Head Heavy badminton rackets:· It requires more wrist strength· It slows down the stroke movement, so less useful for e.g. a smash catch.· Less useful for trick shots, quick short strokes in doubles and backhand. Advantages Head Light badminton rackets:· A lot of speed at the net and handy for smash defense· Often more power in short quick strokes (such as at the net)· Good to intercept the shuttle in between a rallyDisadvantages Head Light badminton rackets:· Limited maximum power from the back court Before you determine your balance point, make sure that the grip thickness is as thick as your desired new thickness. G4 = about 8.6 cm circumference, G5 = about 8.3 cm circumference. This is because it gives the racquet immediate weight at the end of the racquet, which makes the balance different.To determine the balance point, do the following:1. You can find this balance point by placing the shaft on the tip of your nail/finger.2. Move the shaft until you have found the center of gravity. The racket will no longer fall to the left or right.3. Measure the distance from the bottom of the handle to the balance point in the shaft.Are there any strings in the racket? Then subtract 1 cm from the determined balance point. Strings in a stringing system weigh about 4,5 grams.Assuming that the weight remains the same, we recommend that the balance point be shifted by no more than 1 cm what you are used to.Conclusion balanceA balance point that is 1 cm higher or lower can be felt well by an advanced badminton player. Only go for 2 cm difference if you really want to make a big switch. Keep in mind that it will take much longer to get used to the racket.

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