1969 All England Badminton Championships

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1969 All England Championships
Tournament details
Dates19 March 1969 (1969-03-19)
23 March 1969 (1969-03-23)
Edition59th
VenueWembley Arena
LocationLondon
← < 1968 1970 > →

The 1969 All England Championships was a badminton tournament held at Wembley Arena, London, England from 19–23 March 1969.[1]

Sue Pound married and became Sue Whetnall, Imre Reitveld married and became Imre Nielsen and Muriel Ferguson married and became Muriel Woodcock.

Final results[edit]

Category Winners Runners-up Score
Men's singles Indonesia Rudy Hartono Indonesia Darmadi 15–1, 15-3
Women's singles Japan Hiroe Yuki Japan Noriko Takagi 11–5, 11-5
Men's doubles Denmark Henning Borch & Erland Kops England David Eddy & Roger Powell 13-15, 15-10, 15-9
Women's doubles England Margaret Boxall & Sue Whetnall Japan Hiroe Amano & Tomoko Takahashi 15–11, 15-11
Mixed doubles England Roger Mills & Gillian Perrin England Tony Jordan & Susan Whetnall 9-15, 15-5, 15-12

Men's singles[edit]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
Indonesia Rudy Hartono + 15 15
England Ray Sharp 7 10 Indonesia Hartono 15 15
Denmark Elo Hansen 15 15 Denmark Hansen 9 1
Singapore Lee Kin Tat 6 10 Indonesia Hartono 15 15
Japan Ippei Kojima + 15 15 Japan Kojima 9 1
England Brian White 6 11 Japan Kojima 15 6 15
Malaysia Tan Aik Mong 15 18 Malaysia Mong 8 15 9
Denmark Carsten Morild 11 16 Indonesia Hartono 15 15
Malaysia Oon Chong Hau + 15 15 Malaysia Hau 7 1
England David Rowe 3 5 Malaysia Hau 15 15
Scotland Bob McCoig 15 17 Scotland McCoig 3 7
Mexico Roy Diaz Gonzalez 3 16 Malaysia Hau 15 17
Denmark Svend Pri + 15 15 Denmark Svend Pri 12 14
Netherlands Piet Ridder 3 6 Denmark Svend Pri 10 15 15
Indonesia Muljadi 15 15 Indonesia Muljadi 15 3 11
England Derek Talbot 7 8

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
Indonesia Darmadi + 15 18
Malaysia Punch Gunalan 11 16 Indonesia Darmadi 15 15
England Paul Whetnall 15 15 England Whetnall 11 2
Denmark Klaus Kagaard 4 7 Indonesia Darmadi 15 15
Sweden Sture Johnsson + 15 15 Sweden Johnsson S 9 4
West Germany Horst Losche 3 8 Sweden Johnsson S 18 15
Denmark Jorgen Mortensen 15 15 Denmark Mortensen 15 4
England Elliott Stuart 3 8 Indonesia Darmadi 15 15
Malaysia Tan Aik Huang + 15 15 Malaysia Aik Huang 10 9
Netherlands Huub Van Ginneken 5 2 Malaysia Aik Huang 15 15
West Germany Roland Maywald 15 15 West Germany Maywald 11 6
England Colin Beacom 8 8 Malaysia Aik Huang 15 15
Sweden Kurt Johnsson 15 15 Sweden Johnsson K 8 5
England David Eddy 3 9 Sweden Johnsson K 15 15
Denmark Erland Kops + 15 17 Denmark Kops 7 7
England David Hunt 6 16

+ Denotes seed

Women's singles[edit]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
Japan Hiroe Yuki + 11 11
Denmark Lizbeth von Barnekow 7 3 Japan Yuki 11 11
England Margaret Beck 11 11 England Beck 2 5
Sweden Ann Christine Rosenqvist 10 1 Japan Yuki 11 11
Denmark Pernille Mølgaard Hansen 11 11 Denmark Mølgaard Hansen 5 2
Netherlands Lilli Ter Metz 8 2 Denmark Mølgaard Hansen 11 11
Malaysia Sylvia Ng 12 11 Malaysia Ng 7 9
Netherlands Felice De Nooyer 11 4 Japan Yuki 11 11
Denmark Imre Nielsen 11 11 Denmark Nielsen I 7 1
Netherlands Margot Ter Metz 4 3 Denmark Nielsen I 11 11
England Margaret Boxall 11 11 England Boxall 0 0
Japan Hiroe Amano 1 8 Denmark Nielsen I 11 11
Sweden Eva Twedberg + 11 11 Sweden Twedberg 6 8
Denmark Karin Jørgensen 5 7 Sweden Twedberg 11 11
West Germany Karin Dittberner 11 11 West Germany Dittberner 1 2
Scotland Mary Thompson 3 9

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
Japan Noriko Takagi + w/o
Sweden Kathryn Ekengren Japan Takagi 11 11
Denmark Jette Føge 11 6 11 Denmark Foge 0 1
Scotland Muriel Woodcock 6 11 4 Japan Takagi 11 11
Republic of Ireland Mary Bryan + w/o Republic of Ireland Bryan 2 0
West Germany Anke Witten Republic of Ireland Bryan 11 11
England Sue Whetnall 3 11 11 England Whetnall 3 5
Netherlands Joke Van Beusekom 11 6 2 Japan Takagi 11 11
Indonesia Minarni Soedaryanto + 11 12 Indonesia Minarni 5 6
New Zealand Alison Glenie 4 11 Indonesia Minarni 11 11
Denmark Anne Flindt 11 11 Denmark Flindt 3 3
Scotland Maureen Hume 4 2 Indonesia Minarni 11 11
England Heather Nielsen + 12 11 England Nielsen H 4 0
West Germany Marieluise Wackerow 10 7 England Nielsen H 12 7 12
Japan Tomoko Takahashi 11 11 Japan Takahashi 11 11 10
Malaysia Rosalind Singha Ang 4 4

References[edit]