1971 All England Badminton Championships

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1971 All England Championships
Tournament details
Dates24 March 1971 (1971-03-24)
28 March 1971 (1971-03-28)
Edition61st
VenueWembley Arena
LocationLondon
← < 1970 1972 > →

The 1971 All England Championships was a badminton tournament held at Wembley Arena, London, England from 24–28 March 1971.[1]

Final results[edit]

Category Winners Runners-up Score
Men's singles Indonesia Rudy Hartono Indonesia Muljadi 15-1, 15-5
Women's singles Sweden Eva Twedberg Denmark Anne Berglund 11-3, 6-11, 11-2
Men's doubles Malaysia Ng Boon Bee & Punch Gunalan Indonesia Rudy Hartono & Indra Gunawan 15-5, 15-3
Women's doubles Japan Noriko Takagi & Hiroe Yuki England Gillian Gilks & Judy Hashman 15-10, 18-13
Mixed doubles Denmark Svend Pri & Ulla Strand England Derek Talbot & Gillian Gilks 15-12, 8-15, 15-11

The defending women's champion Etsuko Takenaka withdrew with an injured knee. Judy Hashman represented England instead of the United States and Gillian Perrin married meaning her name would now be Gillian Gilks. Irmgard Latz married and became Imgard Gerlatzka and Pernille Molgaard-Hansen married and became Pernille Kaagaard.

Men's singles[edit]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
Indonesia Rudy Hartono + 15 15
England David Hunt 3 3 Indonesia Hartono 15 15
Denmark Bendt Rose 15 7 Denmark Rose 0 4
England Peter Wood 15 6 Indonesia Hartono 15 15
Denmark Svend Pri + 15 14 15 Denmark Pri 3 10
Sweden Sture Johnsson 5 17 1 Denmark Pri 15 15
Japan Shoichi Toganoo Japan Toganoo 6 4
Jamaica Max Lawson Indonesia Hartono 15 15
Denmark Klaus Kaagaard 15 15 Denmark Kagaard 1 4
Malaysia Lee Kok Pheng 9 9 Denmark Kagaard 15 15
Netherlands Piet Ridder 18 15 Netherlands Ridder 11 2
Singapore Lee Kin Tat 16 10 Denmark Kagaard 10 15
Denmark Tage Nielsen 15 9 15 Denmark Nielsen 15 10 ret
Scotland Bob McCoig 13 15 3 Denmark Nielsen 15 18
Canada Wayne MacDonnell 15 15 Canada MacDonnell 12 16
England Elliott Stuart 8 7

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
Indonesia Muljadi + 15 15
England Clive Kirk 5 5 Indonesia Muljadi 18 15
Mexico Roy Diaz Gonzalez 15 15 15 Mexico Gonzalez 13 4
Denmark Erland Kops 6 12 10 Indonesia Muljadi 13 15 15
Denmark Elo Hansen + 15 15 Denmark Hansen 18 12 5
Sweden Thomas Kihlström 11 9 Denmark Hansen 15 15
England Brian White 15 15 England White 9 2
England William Kidd 5 10 Indonesia Muljadi 15 15
West Germany Wolfgang Bochow 15 15 West Germany Bochow 8 11
Indonesia Iie Sumirat 11 5 West Germany Bochow 15 8 15
Japan Ippei Kojima + 15 15 Japan Kojima 9 15 10
Sweden Tommy Theorin 10 2 West Germany Bochow 16 15 17
England Ray Stevens 9 15 15 England Stevens 18 5 15
Denmark Flemming Delfs 15 2 9 England Stevens 15 15
Denmark Hans Henrik Svendsen 15 15 Denmark Svendsen 11 12
West Germany Willi Braun 6 10

+ Denotes seed

Women's singles[edit]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
Sweden Eva Twedberg + 11 11
West Germany Brigitte Potthoff 3 8 Sweden Twedberg 11 11
Malaysia Rosalind Singha Ang 11 11 Malaysia Ang 1 0
Republic of Ireland Barbara Beckett 0 1 Sweden Twedberg 11 11
West Germany Irmgard Gerlatzka 11 11 West Germany Gerlatzka 6 3
Canada Susan Cutmore 0 3 West Germany Gerlatzka 11 11
Denmark Anne Flindt 11 11 Denmark Flindt 8 5
Netherlands Lilli Ter Metz 6 8 Sweden Twedberg 6 11 11
Japan Noriko Takagi + 11 11 Japan Takagi 11 5 5
Denmark Pernille Kaagaard 0 1 Japan Takagi
West Germany Karin Dittberner 11 12 West Germany Dittberner
England Nora Gardner 7 11 Japan Takagi 11 11
England Gillian Gilks + 11 11 England Gilks 8 1
Denmark Karin Jørgensen 5 1 England Gilks
Netherlands Marjan Luesken 11 11 Netherlands Luesken
Scotland Joanna Flockhart 5 7

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
Denmark Anne Berglund 11 11
Thailand Thongkam Kingmanee + 8 7 Denmark Berglund 3 11 12
Netherlands Joke Van Beusekom 11 11 Netherlands Van Beusekom 11 8 9
England Barbara Giles 0 2 Denmark Berglund 11 11
Japan Hiroe Yuki + 11 11 Japan Yuki 2 9
Denmark Jette Foge 7 3 Japan Yuki
West Germany Gudrun Ziebold 11 11 West Germany Ziebold
England Magaret Gardner 2 3 Denmark Berglund 11 7 11
Denmark Lizbeth Von Barnekow + 5 11 11 Denmark Von Barnekow 7 11 8
Japan Machiko Aizawa 11 1 5 Denmark Von Barnekow 11 11
Australia Kay Nesbit 11 11 Australia Nesbit 5 3
Scotland Maureen Hume 8 1 Denmark Von Barnekow 11 11
England Margaret Beck + 11 11 England Beck 5 3
Denmark Annie Bog Jorgensen 2 4 England Beck 11 11
Malaysia Sylvia Ng 11 11 Malaysia Ng 2 7
Denmark Eva Carlsen 7 0

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