Petya Nedelcheva

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Petya Nedelcheva
Personal information
Country  Bulgaria
Born (1983-07-30) July 30, 1983 (age 31)
Stara Zagora, Bulgaria
Handedness Right
Coach Orlin Tsvetanov
Women's singles
Highest ranking 8 (August 23, 2007[1])
Current ranking 50 (July 1, 2014[2])
BWF profile
Petya Nedelcheva
Medal record
Women's Badminton
Competitor for  Bulgaria
European Championships
Silver 2010 Manchester Doubles
Bronze 2014 Kazan Doubles

Petya Nedelcheva (Bulgarian: Петя Неделчева) (born July 30, 1983) is a Bulgarian badminton player. She was born in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria. At the Bulgarian National Badminton Championships she won more than 20 titles.

Career[edit]

2004 Summer Olympics[edit]

Nedelcheva played badminton at the 2004 Summer Olympics.

In women's singles, she defeated Tine Rasmussen of Denmark and Seo Yoon-hee of Korea in the first two rounds. In the quarterfinals, Nedelcheva lost to Zhou Mi of China 11-4, 11-1.

Nedelcheva's partner in women's doubles was Neli Boteva. They were defeated by Ella Tripp and Joanne Wright of Great Britain in the round of 32.

2008 Summer Olympics[edit]

Petya Nedelcheva was one of the competitors in the 2008 Summer Olympics.

In women's singles, she defeated Sara Persson of Sweden and Hadia Hosny of Egypt in the first two rounds. In the Third Round, she lost to Wong Mew Choo of Malaysia in two sets.

Major achievements[edit]

Rank Event Date Obs
Open Championships
1 Women's singles 1999 Cyprus International
1
1
1
Women's singles
Women's doubles
Mixed doubles
2000, 2002 Greece International
1
1
1
Women's singles
Women's doubles
Mixed doubles
2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2008
2003, 2005, 2006
2005
Bulgarian International
1 Women's singles 2001, 2004, 2008 Hungarian International
1 Women's singles 2002 Slovenian International
1 Women's singles 2002, 2006 Croatian International
1
1
Mixed doubles
Women's doubles
2002
2004
Finnish International
1
1
Women's singles
Women's doubles
2003 Iceland International
1
1
Women's singles
Women's doubles
2003 Czech International
1 Women's doubles 2004 Austrian International
1 Women's doubles 2004 Le Volant d'Or
1
1
Women's singles
Women's doubles
2004 Welsh International
1 Women's singles 2004 Irish Open
1 Women's singles 2005 Polish Open
1 Women's singles 2005 Slovak International
1
1
Mixed doubles
Women's doubles
2006 Romanian International

Record against selected opponents[edit]

Includes results against Olympic quarterfinals, Worlds semifinalists, and Super Series finalists, plus all Olympic opponents.[3]

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