Badminton at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Women's Singles

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Badminton at the 1992 Summer Olympics - Men's Singles
Badminton at the 1992 Summer Olympics - Women's Singles
Badminton at the 1992 Summer Olympics - Men's Doubles
Badminton at the 1992 Summer Olympics - Women's Doubles

The winner of the women's singles competition received the first official badminton medal in Olympic history. It was also the first gold medal for Indonesia, which before had only won one silver (in archery). 52 players from 27 nations competed in women's singles.

Results[edit]

Women's singles round of 64[edit]

winners in bold, medallists highlighted in the color of their medal

Susi Susanti, Indonesia () Bye
Harumi Kohara, Japan () Bye
Wong Chun Fan, Hong Kong (11-8, 12-9) Eline Coene, Netherlands
Silvia Albrecht, Switzerland (11-3, 11-6) Nely Nedjalkova, Bulgaria
Pernille Nedergaard, Denmark () Bye
Katarzyna Krasowska, Poland (5-11, 11-0, 11-6) Andrea Harsagi, Hungary
Somharuthai Jaroensiri, Thailand (11-3, 11-0) Joy Kitzmiller, United States
Christine Magnusson, Sweden (11-1, 11-0) Martine de Souza, Mauritius
Huang Hua, China () Bye
Linda French, United States () Bye
Joanne Muggeridge, Great Britain (11-5, 11-7) Christelle Mol, France
Madhumita Bisht, India (11-3, 11-0) Elsa Nielsen, Iceland
Lee Heung-soon, Korea () Bye
Rhonda Cator, Australia (11-9, 11-5) Esther Sanz, Spain
Doris Piche, Canada (11-0, 11-2) Eva Lacinova, Czechoslovakia
Katrin Schmidt, Germany (11-6, 11-1) Diana Koleva, Bulgaria
Rhona Robertson, New Zealand (12-10, 12-9) Sandra Dimbour, France
Pornsawan Plungwech, Thailand (11-3, 12-9) V. Khristova, Bulgaria
Erica van den Heuvel, Netherlands (11-7, 11-3) Andrea Dako, Hungary
Sarwendah Kusumawardhani, Indonesia () Bye
Zarinah Abdullah, Singapore (11-5, 11-3) Wioletta Wilk, Poland
Hisuko Mizui, Japan (11-4, 11-1) Kerstin Ubben, Germany
Catrine Bengtsson, Sweden () Bye
Bang Soo-hyun, Korea () Bye
Anna Lao, Australia (11-0, 11-4) Bettina Villars, Switzerland
Camilla Martin, Denmark (11-1, 11-0) Vandanah Seesurun, Mauritius
Bożena Bąk, Poland (11-0, 11-2) Virginie Delvingt, France
Elena Rybkhina, Unified Team () Bye
Denyse Julien, Canada (11-2, 11-0) Erika von Heiland, United States
Astrid van der Knaap, Netherlands (11-3, 11-2) Csilla Forian, Hungary
Helen Troke, Great Britain () Bye
Tang Jiuhong, China () Bye

Women's singles round of 32[edit]

winners in bold, medallists highlighted in the color of their medal

Susi Susanti, Indonesia (11-2, 11-2) Harumi Kohara, Japan
Wong Chun Fan, Hong Kong (8-11, 11-4, 11-3) Silvia Albrecht, Switzerland
Pernille Nedergaard, Denmark (11-0, 11-3) Katarzyna Krasowska, Poland
Somharuthai Jaroensiri, Thailand (8-11, 12-9, 11-4) Christine Magnusson, Sweden
Huang Hua, China (11-1, 11-1) Linda French, United States
Joanne Muggeridge, Great Britain (11-7, 11-8) Madhumita Bisht, India
Lee Heung-soon, Korea (11-1, 11-4) Rhonda Cator, Australia
Doris Piche, Canada (11-5, 11-8) Katrin Schmidt, Germany
Pornsawan Plungwech, Thailand (12-9, 2-11, 12-9) Rhona Robertson, New Zealand
Sarwendah Kusumawardhani, Indonesia (11-8, 11-2) Erica van den Heuvel, Netherlands
Hisuko Mizui, Japan (11-5, 11-4) Zarinah Abdullah, Singapore
Bang Soo Hyun, Korea (11-7, 11-3) Catrine Bengtsson, Sweden
Anna Lao, Australia (11-6, 12-11) Camilla Martin, Denmark
Elena Rybkhina, Unified Team (11-4, 11-4) Bozena Bąk, Poland
Denyse Julien, Canada (9-12, 11-3, 11-9) Astrid van der Knaap, Netherlands
Tang Jiuhong, China (11-3, 11-1) Helen Troke, Great Britain

Women's singles round of 16[edit]

winners in bold, medallists highlighted in the color of their medal

Susi Susanti, Indonesia (11-4, 11-2) Wong Chun Fan, Hong Kong
Somharuthai Jaroensiri, Thailand (5-11, 11-6, 12-10) Pernille Nedergaard, Denmark
Huang Hua, China (11-3, 11-2) Joanne Muggeridge, Great Britain
Lee Heung-soon, Korea (11-8, 11-2) Doris Piche, Canada
Sarwendah Kusumawardhani, Indonesia (11-4, 11-2) Pornsawan Plungwech, Thailand
Bang Soo Hyun, Korea (12-10, 11-1) Hisuko Mizui, Japan
Anna Lao, Australia (7-11, 11-7, 11-8) Elena Rybkhina, Unified Team
Tang Jiuhong, China (12-9, 11-0) Denyse Julien, Canada

Women's singles quarterfinals[edit]

winners in bold, medallists highlighted in the color of their medal

Susi Susanti, Indonesia (11-6, 11-1) Somharuthai Jaroensiri, Thailand
Huang Hua, China (11-3, 10-12, 11-0) Lee Heung-soon, Korea
Bang Soo Hyun, Korea (11-2, 3-11, 12-11) Sarwendah Kusumawardhani, Indonesia
Tang Jiuhong, China (11-9, 11-1) Anna Lao, Australia

Women's singles semifinals[edit]

winners in bold, medallists highlighted in the color of their medal

Susi Susanti, Indonesia (11-4, 11-1) Huang Hua, China
Bang Soo Hyun, Korea (11-3, 11-2) Tang Jiuhong, China

Women's singles final[edit]

winners in bold, medallists highlighted in the color of their medal

Susi Susanti, Indonesia (5-11, 11-5, 11-3) Bang Soo Hyun, Korea

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