1986 Thomas & Uber Cup

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1986 Thomas and Uber Cup
Location Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia
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The 1986 Thomas Cup & Uber Cup was the 14th tournament of Thomas Cup and the 11th tournament of Uber Cup, the most important badminton team competitions in the world.

China won its second title in the Thomas Cup and in the Uber Cup, both after beating Indonesia in the final round.

Thomas Cup[edit]

Teams[edit]

38 teams took part in the competition.

Final stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L
 Indonesia 3 3 0
 Denmark 3 2 1
 South Korea 3 1 2
 Sweden 3 0 3
Indonesia  5–0  Sweden
Denmark  3–2  South Korea
Indonesia  4–1  South Korea
Denmark  4–1  Sweden
Indonesia  4–1  Denmark
South Korea  4–1  Sweden

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L
 China 3 3 0
 Malaysia 3 2 1
 England 3 1 2
 Singapore 3 0 3
China  5–0  Singapore
Malaysia  4–1  England
China  5–0  England
Malaysia  5–0  Singapore
China  4–1  Malaysia
England  4–1  Singapore

Knockout stage[edit]

Semi-finals Final
  Denmark  1  
  China  4  
 
      China  3
    Indonesia  2
Third place
  Malaysia  1   Denmark  2
  Indonesia  4     Malaysia  3

Final[edit]


1986 Thomas Cup Champions

China

Second title


Uber Cup[edit]

Teams[edit]

34 teams took part in the competition, and eight teams qualified for the Final Stage.

Final stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L
 China 3 3 0
 Japan 3 2 1
 Denmark 3 1 2
 Sweden 3 0 3
China  5–0  Japan
China  5–0  Sweden
China  5–0  Denmark
Japan  5–0  Sweden
Japan  3–2  Denmark
Denmark  3–2  Sweden

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L
 Indonesia 3 3 0
 South Korea 3 2 1
 England 3 1 2
 Canada 3 0 3
South Korea  4–1  England
South Korea  5–0  Canada
South Korea  2–3  Indonesia
Indonesia  5–0  Canada
Indonesia  5–0  England
England  4–1  Canada

Knockout stage[edit]

Semi-finals Final
  South Korea  1  
  China  4  
 
      China  3
    Indonesia  2
Third place
  Japan  0   South Korea  3
  Indonesia  5     Japan  2

Final[edit]


1986 Uber Cup Champions

China

Second title

References[edit]