1987 All England Open Badminton Championships

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1987 All England Championships
Tournament details
Dates11 March 1987 (1987-03-11)
15 March 1987 (1987-03-15)
Edition77th
VenueWembley Arena
LocationLondon
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The 1987 Yonex All England Open Championships was the 77th edition held in 1987, at Wembley Arena, London.

Final results[edit]

Category Winners Runners-up Score
Men's singles Denmark Morten Frost Indonesia Icuk Sugiarto 15–10, 15–0
Women's singles Denmark Kirsten Larsen China Qian Ping 9–7 Ret
Men's doubles China Li Yongbo & Tian Bingyi Indonesia Bobby Ertanto & Rudy Heryanto 15-9, 15-8
Women's doubles South Korea Chung Myung-hee & Hwang Hye-young China Lin Ying & Guan Weizhen 15-6, 8-15, 15-11
Mixed doubles South Korea Lee Deuk-choon & Chung Myung-hee Sweden Jan-Eric Antonsson & Christine Magnusson 15–5, 14–18, 15–8

Men's singles[edit]

Seeds[edit]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
Denmark Morten Frost 15 15
England Mike Adams 5 0 Denmark Frost 15 15
Sweden Pär-Gunnar Jönsson 8 15 15 Sweden Jönsson 0 6
England Steve Butler 15 7 8 Denmark Frost 15 15
England Darren Hall 15 15 England Hall 6 3
South Korea Park Joo-Bong 10 6 England Hall 15 15
Denmark Jens Peter Nierhoff 15 15 Denmark Nierhoff 10 10
Malaysia Razif Sidek 6 7 Denmark Frost
Indonesia Eddy Kurniawan 15 15 Indonesia Kurniawan
India Syed Modi 12 7 Indonesia Kurniawan 7 15 15
China Yang Yang 15 15 China Yang Yang 15 6 10
Denmark Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen 9 9 Indonesia Kurniawan 18 8 15
Malaysia Foo Kok Keong 15 15 Malaysia Keong 17 15 13
England Nick Yates 12 7 Malaysia Keong 15 15
South Korea Park Sung-bae 15 15 South Korea Sung-bae 11 12
Wales Chris Rees 6 0

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
Indonesia Icuk Sugiarto 18 15
South Korea Kwak Chan-Ho 13 13 Indonesia Sugiarto 15 15
Japan Shuji Matsuno 15 15 Japan Matsuno 1 4
China Han Jian 12 10 Indonesia Sugiarto 2 15 15
Australia Sze Yu 15 15 Australia Sze Yu 15 8 7
India Vimal Kumar 7 4 Australia Sze Yu 15 12 15
Malaysia Chong Weng Kai 15 17 Malaysia Weng Kai 10 15 10
Indonesia Richard Mainaky 4 14 Indonesia Sugiarto 15 15
South Korea Steve Baddeley 15 15 England Baddeley 13 7
Indonesia Sakrapee Thongsari 10 5 England Baddeley 15 15
Denmark Kim Brodersen 8 15 Denmark Brodersen 12 4
South Korea Sung Han-Kook 15 11 England Baddeley 15 15
Indonesia Hermawan Susanto 15 15 Indonesia Susanto 6 11
Japan Hiroshi Nishiyama 11 3 Indonesia Susanto 18 15
Malaysia Misbun Sidek 15 15 Malaysia Sidek 17 9
Denmark Ib Frederiksen 6 10

Women's singles[edit]

Seeds[edit]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
Denmark Kirsten Larsen 11 11
Netherlands Monique Hoogland 1 3 Denmark Larsen 11 11
West Germany Katrin Schmidt 4 11 11 West Germany Schmidt 6 2
South Korea Kim Ho-ja 11 9 7 Denmark Larsen 11 11
England Fiona Elliott 11 11 England Elliott 1 3
Sweden Maria Henning 5 2 England Elliott 12 11
Thailand Darunee Lertvoralak 11 11 Thailand Lertvoralak 9 4
Sweden Charlotta Wihlborg 4 2 Denmark Larsen 11 5 11
China Li Lingwei 11 11 China Lingwei 5 11 4
Sweden A Sandersson 4 2 China Lingwei 11 11
Denmark Charlotte Hattens 4 11 11 Denmark Hattens 2 3
Netherlands Erica van Dijk 11 3 5 China Lingwei 11 11
Japan Kimiko Jinnai 11 11 Japan Jinnai 4 3
Denmark A Laurser 4 2 Japan Jinnai 11 12
South Korea Lee Young-suk 11 11 South Korea Young-suk 8 11
Japan Yooko Koizumi 5 8

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
China Qian Ping 11 11
England Sue Louis 6 1 China Qian Ping 11 11
Netherlands Astrid van der Knapp 11 12 Netherlands van der Knapp 1 1
Sweden Pernille Nedergaard 6 10 China Qian Ping 11 11
South Korea Kim Yun-ja w/o South Korea Yun-ja 2 3
Denmark Helle Anderson scr South Korea Yun-Ja 11 11
England Gillian Gowers 4 11 11 England Gowers 4 4
Hong Kong Amy Chan 11 3 2 China Qian Ping 11 11
Japan Sumiko Kitada 11 11 Japan Kitada 6 7
South Korea Chun Sung-suk 4 4 Japan Kitada 12 11
Denmark Christina Bostofte 11 11 Denmark Bostofte 9 1
Sweden Maria Bengtsson 2 1 Japan Kitada 6 11 11
Sweden Christine Magnusson 11 11 Sweden Magnusson 11 5 2
Netherlands Eline Coene 5 2 Sweden Magnusson 11 2 11
Indonesia Elizabeth Latief 12 11 Indonesia Latief 7 11 3
England Alison Fisher 2 2

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