It was a week dominated by top quality entertaining action at the YONEX All England Open 2020. Let’s see who said what in the badminton world over the last seven days.
Indian men’s doubles star Chirag Shetty hopes to meet idol Rafael Nadal at Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Selena Piek left speechless after she and Dutch compatriot Robin Tabeling stunned mixed doubles title holders Zheng Si Wei/Huang Ya Qiong in the All England Open second round. Story here.
Chen Long after seeing off Chinese veteran Lin Dan 21-9 21-8 in the second round.
Hong Kong’s Tang Chun Man left with regrets after allowing Marcus Ellis/Lauren Smith to come from behind and defeat them in the mixed doubles quarterfinals.
Englishman Chris Langridge, who turns 35 in May, on this year’s All England possibly being his last.
Malaysian Lee Zii Jia keen to build on his semifinal outing at his debut All England. Story here.
Women’s doubles champion Yuki Fukushima relieved the event did not fall victim to the coronavirus.
Men’s singles winner Viktor Axelsen on his emotion right after beating Chou Tien Chen in the final.
Tai Tzu Ying plans to stay home after winning her third All England Open title.
Indonesian mixed doubles champ Melati Daeva Oktavianti explaining her joy at securing victory with partner Praveen Jordan in Birmingham.
Hiroyuki Endo and Yuta Watanabe vow to carry on winning momentum after sealing a first All England crown.
Danish fan Pia Bachmann on why she enjoys being at the tournament. Story here.