Badminton at the 2000 Summer Olympics

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Badminton was held at The Dome and Exhibition Complex at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney from 17–23 September 2000. The competition included five events (men's and women's singles, men's and women's doubles, and mixed doubles).

The tournament was single-elimination. Matches consisted of three sets, with sets being to 15 except in women's singles, where sets were to 11.

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles Ji Xinpeng, China Hendrawan, Indonesia Xia Xuanze, China
Women's singles Gong Zhichao, China Camilla Martin, Denmark Ye Zhaoying, China
Men's doubles Tony Gunawan and
Candra Wijaya, Indonesia
Lee Dong-soo and
Yoo Yong-sung, South Korea
Ha Tae-kwon and
Kim Dong-moon, South Korea
Women's doubles Ge Fei and
Gu Jun, China
Huang Nanyan and
Yang Wei, China
Gao Ling and
Qin Yiyuan, China
Mixed doubles: Zhang Jun and
Gao Ling, China
Tri Kusharyanto and
Minarti Timur, Indonesia
Simon Archer and
Joanne Goode, Great Britain

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 China 4 1 3 8
2 Indonesia 1 2 0 3
3 South Korea 0 1 1 2
4 Denmark 0 1 0 1
5 Great Britain 0 0 1 1

Results[edit]

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

Women's singles[edit]

Women's singles round of 64[edit]

Women's singles round of 64
Date: Saturday 16 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Gong Zhichao, China () Bye
Ling Wanting, Hong Kong () Bye
Sandra Dimbour, France () Bye
Lidya Djaelawijaya, Indonesia (11-4, 11-4) Kara Solmundson, Canada
Yasuko Mizui, Japan () Bye
Marina Yakusheva, Russia () Bye
Maja Pohar, Slovenia () Bye
Julia Mann, Great Britain (11-0, 11-0) Amrita Sawaram, Mauritius
Ye Zhaoying, China () Bye
Judith Meulendijks, Netherlands () Bye
Takako Ida, Japan () Bye
Mette Sørensen, Denmark (11-7, 13-10) Sujitra Eakmongkolpaisarn, Thailand
Lee Kyung-won, South Korea () Bye
Elena Nozdran, Ukraine () Bye
Huang Chia-Chi, Chinese Taipei () Bye
Nely Boteva, Bulgaria (11-5, 11-6) Kellie Lucas, Australia
Nicole Grether, Germany (13-12, 11-2) Katarzyna Krasowska, Poland
Rhonda Cator, Australia () Bye
Milaine Cloutier, Canada () Bye
Kim Ji-Hyun, South Korea () Bye
Kanako Yonekura, Japan (11-2, 11-3) Tatiana Vattier, France
Anu Weckström, Finland () Bye
Ella Karachkova, Russia () Bye
Dai Yun, China () Bye
Rayoni Head, Australia (11-7, 11-2) Robbyn Hermitage, Canada
Chan Ya-Lin, Chinese Taipei () Bye
Sonya McGinn, Ireland () Bye
Mia Audina, Netherlands () Bye
Kelly Morgan, Great Britain (5-11, 11-7, 11-2) Aparna Popat, India
Koon Wai Chee Louisa, Hong Kong () Bye
Ellen Angelinawaty, Indonesia () Bye
Camilla Martin, Denmark () Bye

Women's singles round of 32[edit]

Women's singles round of 32
Date: Sunday 17 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Gong Zhichao, China (11-4, 11-3) Ling Wanting, Hong Kong
Lidya Djaelawijaya, Indonesia (11-1, 11-6) Sandra Dimbour, France
Yasuko Mizui, Japan (11-10, 11-6) Marina Yakusheva, Russia
Julia Mann, Great Britain (11-4, 11-7) Maja Pohar, Slovenia
Ye Zhaoying, China (11-3, 9-11, 11-7) Judith Meulendijks, Netherlands
Mette Sørensen, Denmark (13-12, 11-7) Takako Ida, Japan
Lee Kyung-won, South Korea (11-1, 11-5) Elena Nozdran, Ukraine
Huang Chia-Chi, Chinese Taipei (11-1, 11-5) Nely Boteva, Bulgaria
Nicole Grether, Germany (11-3, 11-3) Rhonda Cator, Australia
Kim Ji-Hyun, South Korea (11-1, 11-3) Milaine Cloutier, Canada
Kanako Yonekura, Japan (11-8, 11-2) Anu Weckström, Finland
Dai Yun, China (11-3, 11-5) Ella Karachkova, Russia
Chan Ya-Lin, Chinese Taipei (11-1, 11-1) Rayoni Head, Australia
Mia Audina, Netherlands (11-3, 11-6) Sonya McGinn, Ireland
Kelly Morgan, Great Britain (8-11, 11-3, 11-1) Koon Wai Chee Louisa, Hong Kong
Camilla Martin, Denmark (11-6, 11-2) Ellen Angelinawaty, Indonesia

Women's singles round of 16[edit]

Women's singles round of 16
Date: Monday 18 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Gong Zhichao, China (11-9, 11-3) Lidya Djaelawijaya, Indonesia
Yasuko Mizui, Japan (11-9, 11-5) Julia Mann, Great Britain
Ye Zhaoying, China (11-4, 11-6) Mette Sørensen, Denmark
Huang Chia-Chi, Chinese Taipei (11-9, 11-6) Lee Kyung-won, South Korea
Kim Ji-Hyun, South Korea (11-0, 11-3) Nicole Grether, Germany
Dai Yun, China (11-2, 11-5) Kanako Yonekura, Japan
Mia Audina, Netherlands (11-2, 11-2) Chan Ya-Lin, Chinese Taipei
Camilla Martin, Denmark (11-7, 11-3) Kelly Morgan, Great Britain

Women's singles quarterfinals[edit]

Women's quarterfinals
Date: Tuesday 19 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Gong Zhichao, China (11-6, 11-3) Yasuko Mizui, Japan
Ye Zhaoying, China (11-3, 11-4) Huang Chia-Chi, Chinese Taipei
Dai Yun, China (11-3, 11-4) Kim Ji-Hyun, South Korea
Camilla Martin, Denmark (11-2, 11-1) Mia Audina, Netherlands

Women's singles semifinals[edit]

Women's semifinals
Date: Thursday 21 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Gong Zhichao, China (11-8, 11-8) Ye Zhaoying, China
Camilla Martin, Denmark (11-5, 11-0) Dai Yun, China

Women's singles bronze medal match[edit]

Women's Singles Bronze Medal Match
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Ye Zhaoying, China (8-11, 11-2, 11-6) Dai Yun, China

Women's singles final[edit]

Women's Singles Final Match
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Gong Zhichao, China (13-10, 11-3) Camilla Martin, Denmark

Men's singles[edit]

Men's singles round of 64[edit]

Men's singles round of 64
Date: Sunday 17 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Taufik Hidayat, Indonesia () Bye
Hidetaka Yamada, Japan () Bye
Peter Knowles, Great Britain () Bye
Ong Ewe Hock, Malaysia () Bye
Ji Xinpeng, China () Bye
Ng Wei, Hong Kong () Bye
Kevin Han, United States () Bye
Mike Beres, Canada () Bye
Peter Gade, Denmark () Bye
Denis Constantin, Mauritius () Bye
Fung Permadi, Chinese Taipei () Bye
Mikhail Popov, Bulgaria () Bye
Mario Mainaky, Indonesia () Bye
Tomas Johansson, Sweden () Bye
Hwang Sun-Ho, South Korea () Bye
Bertrand Gallet, France (15-7, 15-9) Marco Vasconcelos, Portugal
Kenneth Jonassen, Denmark (14-17, 15-8, 17-15) Shon Seung-mo, South Korea
Ruud Kuijten, Belgium () Bye
Jyri Aalto, Finland () Bye
Wong Choong Hann, Malaysia () Bye
Rio Suryana, Australia () Bye
Svetoslav Stoyanov, Bulgaria () Bye
Keita Masuda, Japan () Bye
Xia Xuanze, China () Bye
Richard Vaughan, Great Britain (15-8, 15-2) Boonsak Ponsana, Thailand
Rasmus Wengberg, Sweden () Bye
Sun Jun, China () Bye
Poul-Erik Høyer-Larsen, Denmark () Bye
Pullela Gopichand, India () Bye
Vladislav Druzchenko, Ukraine () Bye
Tam Kai Chuen, Hong Kong () Bye
Hendrawan, Indonesia () Bye

Men's singles round of 32[edit]

Men's singles round of 32
Date: Monday 18 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Taufik Hidayat, Indonesia (15-5, 14-17, 15-8) Hidetaka Yamata, Japan
Ong Ewe Hock, Malaysia (15-3, 12-15, 15-5) Peter Knowles, Great Britain
Ji Xinpeng, China (7-15, 15-4, 15-11) Ng Wei, Hong Kong
Kevin Han, United States (15-5, 15-3) Mike Beres, Canada
Peter Gade, Denmark (15-3, 15-9) Denis Constantin, Mauritius
Permadi Fung, Chinese Taipei (15-0, 15-4) Mikhail Popov, Bulgaria
Mario Mainaky, Indonesia (15-11, 17-16) Tomas Johansson, Sweden
Hwang Sun-Ho, South Korea (15-7, 15-12) Bertrand Gallet, France
Kenneth Jonassen, Denmark (15-8, 15-5) Ruud Kuijten, Belgium
Wong Choong Hann, Malaysia (15-5, 15-12) Jyri Aalto, Finland
Svetoslav Stoyanov, Bulgaria (15-8, 2-15, 15-13) Rio Suryana, Australia
Xia Xuanze, China (15-4, 12-15, 15-8) Keita Masude, Japan
Richard Vaughan, Great Britain (15-8, 15-4) Rasmus Wengberg, Sweden
Sun Jun, China (15-3, 16-17, 15-10) Poul-Erik Høyer-Larsen, Denmark
Pullela Gopichand, India (15-3, 10-15, 15-7) Vladislav Druzchenko, Ukraine
Hendrawan, Indonesia (15-7, 15-7) Tam Kai Chuen, Hong Kong

Men's singles round of 16[edit]

Men's singles round of 16
Date: Tuesday 19 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Taufik Hidayat, Indonesia (15-9, 13-15, 15-3) Ong Ewe Hock, Malaysia
Ji Xinpeng, China (15-3, 15-6) Kevin Han, United States
Peter Gade, Denmark (15-8, 15-7) Permadi Fung, Chinese Taipei
Mario Mainaky, Indonesia (15-5, 15-3) Hwang Sun-Ho, South Korea
Wong Choong Hann, Malaysia (15-6, 15-7) Kenneth Jonassen, Denmark
Xia Xuanze, China (15-11, 15-2) Svetoslav Stoyanov, Bulgaria
Sun Jun, China (15-10, 15-8) Richard Vaughan, Great Britain
Hendrawan, Indonesia (15-9, 15-4) Pullela Gopichand, India

Men's singles quarterfinals[edit]

Men's singles quarterfinals
Date: Wednesday 20 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Ji Xinpeng, China (15-12, 15-5) Taufik Hidayat, Indonesia
Peter Gade, Denmark (15-6, 15-6) Mario Mainaky, Indonesia
Xia Xuanze, China (17-15, 15-11) Wong Choong Hann, Malaysia
Hendrawan, Indonesia (15-13, 15-5) Sun Jun, China

Men's singles semifinals[edit]

Men's singles semifinals
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Ji Xinpeng, China (15-9, 1-15, 15-9) Peter Gade, Denmark
Hendrawan, Indonesia (15-12, 15-4) Xia Xuanze, China

Men's singles bronze medal match[edit]

Men's singles bronze medal match
Date: Saturday 23 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Xia Xuanze, China (15-13, 15-5) Peter Gade, Denmark

Men's singles final[edit]

Men's singles final
Date: Saturday 23 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Ji Xinpeng, China (15-4, 15-13) Hendrawan, Indonesia

Women's doubles[edit]

Women's doubles round of 32[edit]

Women's doubles round of 32
Date: Monday 18 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Ge Fei & Gu Jun, China () Bye
Lee Hyo-jung & Yim Kyung-Jin, South Korea (15-11, 8-15, 15-12) Chen Li-Chin & Tsai Hui-Min, Chinese Taipei
Eti Tantra & Chynthia Tuwankotta, Indonesia () Bye
Ann-Lou Jørgensen & Mette Schjoldager, Denmark (15-3, 11-15, 15-11) Elena Nozdran & Viktoriya Yevtushenko, Ukraine
Joanne Goode & Donna Kellogg, Great Britain () Bye
Milaine Cloutier & Robbyn Hermitage, Canada (15-13, 15-6) Rhonda Cator & Amanda Hardy, Australia
Gao Ling & Qin Yiyuan, China (15-1, 15-9) Nely Boteva & Diana Koleva, Bulgaria
Yoshiko Iwata & Haruko Matsuda, Japan (15-2, 15-2) Marie Pierre & Amrita Sawaram, Mauritius
Irina Rousliakoava & Marina Yakusheva, Russia (15-9, 15-11) Satomi Igawa & Hiroko Nagamine, Japan
Helene Kirkegaard & Rikke Olsen, Denmark (15-9, 13-15, 15-5) Koon Wai Chee Louisa & Ling Wanting, Hong Kong
Joanne Davies & Sarah Hardaker, Great Britain (15-13, 15-11) Eliza Nathanael & Deyana Lomban, Indonesia
Chung Jae Hee & Ra Kyung-min, South Korea () Bye
Nicole Grether & Karen Stechmann, Germany (15-13, 15-6) Ann Jørgensen & Majken Vange, Denmark
Lotte Jonathans & Nicole van Hooren, Netherlands () Bye
Sujitra Eakmongkolpaisarn
& Saralee Thungthongkam
, Thailand
(15-7, 15-4) Rayoni Head & Kellie Lucas, Australia
Huang Nanyan & Yang Wei, China () Bye

Women's doubles round of 16[edit]

Women's doubles round of 16
Date: Tuesday 19 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Ge Fei & Gu Jun, China (15-3, 15-5) Lee Hyo-jung & Yim Kyung-Jin, South Korea
Eti Tantra & Chynthia Tuwankotta, Indonesia (17-16, 15-10) Ann-Lou Jørgensen & Mette Schjoldager, Denmark
Joanne Goode & Donna Kellogg, Great Britain (15-4, 15-10) Milaine Cloutier & Robbyn Hermitage, Canada
Gao Ling & Qin Yiyuan, China (15-5, 15-5) Yoshiko Iwata & Haruko Matsuda, Japan
Helene Kirkegaard & Rikke Olsen, Denmark (17-16, 15-5) Irina Rousliakoava & Marina Yakusheva, Russia
Chung Jae Hee & Ra Kyung-Min, South Korea (15-6, 15-1) Joanne Davies & Sarah Hardaker, Great Britain
Lotte Jonathans & Nicole van Hooren, Netherlands (15-7, 15-4) Nicole Grether & Karen Stechmann, Germany
Huang Nanyan & Yang Wei, China (15-1, 15-4) Sujitra Eakmongkolpaisarn & Saralee Thungthongkam, Thailand

Women's doubles quarterfinals[edit]

Women's doubles quarterfinals
Date: Wednesday 20 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Ge Fei & Gu Jun, China (15-3, 15-5) Eti Tantra & Chynthia Tuwankotta, Indonesia
Gao Ling & Qin Yiyuan, China (15-2, 15-7) Joanne Goode & Donna Kellogg, Great Britain
Chung Jae Hee & Ra Kyung-Min, South Korea (12-15, 15-12, 15-5) Helene Kirkegaard & Rikke Olsen, Denmark
Huang Nanyan & Yang Wei, China (15-10, 15-12) Lotte Jonathans & Nicole van Hooren, Netherlands

Women's doubles semifinals[edit]

Women's doubles semifinals
Date: Friday 22 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Ge Fei & Gu Jun, China (15-7, 15-12) Gao Ling & Qin Yiyuan, China
Huang Nanyan & Yang Wei, China (15-6, 15-11) Chung Jae Hee & Ra Kyung-Min, South Korea

Women's doubles bronze medal match[edit]

Women's doubles bronze medal match
Date: Saturday 23 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Gao Ling & Qin Yiyuan, China (15-10, 15-4) Chung Jae Hee & Ra Kyung-Min, South Korea

Women's doubles final[edit]

Ge and Gu won their second straight Olympic women's doubles competition.

Women's doubles final
Date: Saturday 23 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Ge Fei & Gu Jun, China (15-5, 15-5) Huang Nanyan & Yang Wei, China

Men's doubles[edit]

Men's doubles round of 32[edit]

Men's doubles round of 32
Date: Saturday 16 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Tony Gunawan & Candra Wijaya, Indonesia () Bye
Jim Laugesen & Michael Søgaard, Denmark () Bye
Simon Archer & Nathan Robertson, Great Britain () Bye
Michał Łogosz & Robert Mateusiak, Poland (15-5, 16-17, 15-6) David Bamford & Peter Blackburn, Australia
Ha Tae-kwon & Kim Dong-moon, South Korea () Bye
Cheah Soon Kit & Yap Kim Hock, Malaysia (4-15, 17-16, 15-10) Chen Qiqiu & Yu Jinhao, China
Ricky Subagja & Rexy Mainaky, Indonesia () Bye
Martin Lundgaard & Lars Paaske, Denmark (15-6, 15-6) Mikhail Popov & Svetoslav Stoyanov, Bulgaria
Tesana Panvisvas & Pramote Teerawiwatana, Thailand (15-11, 15-7) Dennis Lens & Quinten van Dalm, Netherlands
Choong Tan Fook & Lee Wan Wah, Malaysia () Bye
Peter Axelsson & Pär-Gunnar Jönsson, Sweden (15-7, 17-15) Michael Helber & Björn Siegemund, Germany
Eng Hian & Flandy Limpele, Indonesia () Bye
Bryan Moody & Brent Olynyk, Canada (default) Zhang Jun & Zhang Wei, China
Jens Eriksen & Jesper Larsen, Denmark () Bye
Peter Knowles & Julian Robertson, Great Britain (15-6, 15-10) Edouard Clarisse & Denis Constantin, Mauritius
Lee Dong-soo & Yoo Yong-sung, South Korea () Bye

Men's doubles round of 16[edit]

Men's doubles round of 16
Date: Sunday 17 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Tony Gunawan & Candra Wijaya, Indonesia (15-9, 15-7) Jim Laugesen & Michael Søgaard, Denmark
Simon Archer & Nathan Robertson, Great Britain (15-1, 15-10) Michał Łogosz & Robert Mateusiak, Poland
Ha Tae-Kwon & Kim Dong-Moon, South Korea (15-5, 15-3) Cheah Soon Kit & Yap Kim Hock, Malaysia
Ricky Subagja & Rexy Mainaky, Indonesia (15-9, 13-15, 15-7) Martin Lundgaard & Lars Paaske, Denmark
Choong Tan Fook & Lee Wan Wah, Malaysia (11-15, 17-15, 15-9) Tesana Panvisvas & Pramote Teerawiwatana, Thailand
Eng Hian & Flandy Limpele, Indonesia (15-12, 15-11) Peter Axelsson & Pär-Gunnar Jönsson, Sweden
Jens Eriksen & Jesper Larsen, Denmark (15-2, 15-1) Bryan Moody & Brent Olynyk, Canada
Lee Dong-soo & Yoo Yong-sung, South Korea (15-4, 15-8) Peter Knowles & Julian Robertson, Great Britain

Men's doubles quarterfinals[edit]

Men's doubles quarterfinals
Date: Monday 18 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Tony Gunawan & Candra Wijaya, Indonesia (15-13, 15-11) Simon Archer & Nathan Robertson, Great Britain
Ha Tae-Kwon & Kim Dong-Moon, South Korea (15-5, 15-9) Ricky Subagja & Rexy Mainaky, Indonesia
Choong Tan Fook & Lee Wan Wah, Malaysia (15-10, 15-9) Eng Hian & Flandy Limpele, Indonesia
Lee Dong-soo & Yoo Yong-sung, South Korea (15-12, 15-10) Jens Eriksen & Jesper Larsen, Denmark

Men's doubles semifinals[edit]

Men's doubles semifinals
Date: Wednesday 20 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Tony Gunawan & Candra Wijaya, Indonesia (15-13, 15-10) Ha Tae-Kwon & Kim Dong-Moon, South Korea
Lee Dong-soo & Yoo Yong-sung, South Korea (15-12, 7-15, 15-4) Choong Tan Fook & Lee Wan Wah, Malaysia

Men's doubles bronze medal match[edit]

Men's doubles bronze medal match
Date: Thursday 21 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Ha Tae-Kwon & Kim Dong-Moon, South Korea (15-2, 15-8) Choong Tan Fook & Lee Wan Wah, Malaysia

Men's doubles final[edit]

Men's doubles final
Date: Thursday 21 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Tony Gunawan & Candra Wijaya, Indonesia (15-10, 9-15, 15-7) Lee Dong-soo & Yoo Yong-sung, South Korea

Mixed doubles[edit]

Mixed doubles round of 32[edit]

Mixed doubles round of 32
Date: Saturday 16 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Tri Kusharyanto & Minarti Timur, Indonesia () Bye
Ha Tae-kwon & Chung Jae-Hee, South Korea (15-9, 15-5) Vladislav Druzchenko & Viktoriya Yevtushenko, Ukraine
Jens Eriksen & Mette Schjoldager, Denmark () Bye
Michael Keck & Nicol Pitro, Germany (15-6, 15-13) Bryan Moody & Milaine Cloutier, Canada
Liu Yong & Ge Fei, China () Bye
Chris Bruil & Erica van den Heuvel, Netherlands (15-10, 15-3) David Bamford & Amanda Hardy, Australia
Simon Archer & Joanne Goode, Great Britain (15-9, 15-9) Brent Olynyk & Robbyn Hermitage, Canada
Jon Holst-Christensen & Ann Jørgensen, Denmark (17-15, 15-12) Lee Dong-soo & Lee Hyo-jung, South Korea
Chen Qiqiu & Chen Lin, China (15-0, 15-3) Rio Suryana & Kellie Lucas, Australia
Bambang Suprianto & Zelin Resiana, Indonesia (15-10, 15-1) Chris Hunt & Donna Kellogg, Great Britain
Mike Beres & Kara Solmundson, Canada (15-2, 15-6) Stephan Beeharry & Marie Pierre, Mauritius
Michael Søgaard & Rikke Olsen, Denmark () Bye
Fredrik Bergström & Jenny Karlsson, Sweden (15-13, 10-15, 15-12) Tam Kai Chuen & Koon Wai Chee Louisa, Hong Kong
Zhang Jun & Gao Ling, China (10-15, 15-7, 15-10) Björn Siegemund & Karen Stechmann, Germany
Khunakorn Sudhisodhi & Saralee Thoungthongkam, Thailand (15-4, 15-12) Peter Blackburn & Rhonda Cator, Australia
Kim Dong-moon & Ra Kyung-min, South Korea () Bye

Mixed doubles round of 16[edit]

Mixed doubles round of 16
Date: Sunday 17 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Tri Kusharyanto & Minarti Timur, Indonesia (15-13, 15-11) Ha Tae-Kwon & Chung Jae Hee, South Korea
Jens Eriksen & Mette Schjoldager, Denmark (15-7, 15-6) Michael Keck & Nicol Pitro, Germany
Chris Bruil & Erica van den Heuvel, Netherlands (17-15, 15-7) Liu Yong & Ge Fei, China
Simon Archer & Joanne Goode, Great Britain (15-17, 15-11, 15-7) Jon Holst-Christensen & Ann Jørgensen, Denmark
Bambang Suprianto & Zelin Resiana, Indonesia (15-10, 15-3) Chen Qiqiu & Chen Lin, China
Michael Søgaard & Rikke Olsen, Denmark (15-8, 15-2) Mike Beres & Kara Solmundson, Canada
Zhang Jun & Gao Ling, China (15-6, 15-7) Fredrik Bergström & Jenny Karlsson, Sweden
Kim Dong-Moon & Ra Kyung-Min, South Korea (15-7, 15-2) Khunakorn Sudhisodhi & Saralee Thoungthongkam, Thailand

Mixed doubles quarterfinals[edit]

Mixed doubles quarterfinals
Date: Monday 18 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Tri Kusharyanto & Minarti Timur, Indonesia (15-3, 15-8) Jens Eriksen & Mette Schjoldager, Denmark
Simon Archer & Joanne Goode, Great Britain (15-12, 15-12) Chris Bruil & Erica van den Heuvel, Netherlands
Michael Søgaard & Rikke Olsen, Denmark (17-14, 10-15, 15-11) Bambang Suprianto & Zelin Resiana, Indonesia
Zhang Jun & Gao Ling, China (15-11, 15-1) Kim Dong-Moon & Ra Kyung-Min, South Korea

Mixed doubles semifinals[edit]

Mixed doubles semifinals
Date: Wednesday 20 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Tri Kusharyanto & Minarti Timur, Indonesia (2-15, 17-15, 15-11) Simon Archer & Joanne Goode, Great Britain
Zhang Jun & Gao Ling, China (10-15, 15-6, 17-16) Michael Søgaard & Rikke Olsen, Denmark

Mixed doubles bronze medal match[edit]

Mixed doubles bronze medal match
Date: Thursday 21 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Simon Archer & Joanne Goode, Great Britain (15-4, 12-15, 17-14) Michael Søgaard & Rikke Olsen, Denmark

Mixed doubles final[edit]

Mixed doubles final
Date: Thursday 21 September 2000
Winner Scores Loser
Zhang Jun & Gao Ling, China (1-15, 15-13, 15-11) Tri Kusharyanto & Minarti Timur, Indonesia

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