1991 Sudirman Cup

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1991 Sudirman Cup
Tournament details
Dates30 April – 04 May
Edition2nd
VenueBrøndbyhallen
LocationCopenhagen, Denmark
1989 1993

The 1991 Sudirman Cup was the second tournament of the World Mixed Team Badminton Championships. It was held from April 30 to May 4, 1991 in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Results[edit]

Nigeria and Pakistan also entered, but ultimately did not participate.[1]

Group 1[edit]

Subgroup A[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Indonesia Indonesia China China 3-2
Indonesia Indonesia Sweden Sweden 4-1
China China Sweden Sweden 3-2

Subgroup B[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
South Korea South Korea Denmark Denmark 4-1
South Korea South Korea Japan Japan 5-0
Denmark Denmark Japan Japan 4-1

Relegation play-off[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Sweden Sweden Japan Japan 4-1

Semi Finals[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Indonesia Indonesia Denmark Denmark 3-2
South Korea South Korea China China 3-2

Final[edit]


1991 Sudirman Cup Champions

South Korea

First title

Group 2[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
England England Netherlands Netherlands 5-0
England England Malaysia Malaysia 3-2
England England Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 5-0
Netherlands Netherlands Malaysia Malaysia 3-2
Netherlands Netherlands Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 3-2
Malaysia Malaysia Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 4-1

Group 3[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Thailand Thailand Soviet Union Soviet Union 4-1
Thailand Thailand Scotland Scotland 4-1
Thailand Thailand Canada Canada 3-2
Soviet Union Soviet Union Canada Canada 3-2
Soviet Union Soviet Union Scotland Scotland 4-1
Scotland Scotland Canada Canada 3-2

Group 4[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Australia Australia Germany Germany 3-2
Australia Australia New Zealand New Zealand 4-1
Australia Australia Hong Kong Hong Kong 3-2
Germany Germany New Zealand New Zealand 3-2
Germany Germany Hong Kong Hong Kong 3-2
New Zealand New Zealand Hong Kong Hong Kong 3-2

Group 5[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
India India Finland Finland 4-1
India India United States United States 4-1
India India Poland Poland 3-2
Finland Finland United States United States 5-0
Finland Finland Poland Poland 1-4
United States United States Poland Poland 3-2

Group 6[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Norway Norway Republic of Ireland Ireland 3-2
Norway Norway Iceland Iceland 4-1
Norway Norway Bulgaria Bulgaria 3-2
Republic of Ireland Ireland Iceland Iceland 3-2
Republic of Ireland Ireland Bulgaria Bulgaria 5-0
Iceland Iceland Bulgaria Bulgaria 5-0

Group 7[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Switzerland Switzerland 4-1
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia France France 3-2
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Mexico Mexico 3-2
Switzerland Switzerland France France 5-0
Switzerland Switzerland Mexico Mexico 3-2
France France Mexico Mexico 3-2

Group 8[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
North Korea North Korea Spain Spain 4-1
North Korea North Korea Mauritius Mauritius 4-1
North Korea North Korea Italy Italy 5-0
North Korea North Korea Malta Malta 5-0
Spain Spain Mauritius Mauritius 4-1
Spain Spain Italy Italy 4-1
Spain Spain Malta Malta 5-0
Mauritius Mauritius Italy Italy 4-1
Mauritius Mauritius Malta Malta 5-0
Italy Italy Malta Malta 4-1

Final classification[edit]

Group 1
Pos Country
1  South Korea
2  Indonesia
3  Denmark
4  China
5  Sweden
6  Japan
Group 2
Pos Country
7  England
8  Netherlands
9  Malaysia
10  Chinese Taipei
Group 3
Pos Country
11  Thailand
12 Soviet Union Soviet Union
13  Scotland
14  Canada
Group 4
Pos Country
15  Australia
16  Germany
17  New Zealand
18  Hong Kong
Group 5
Pos Country
19  India
20  Poland
21  Finland
22  United States
Group 6
Pos Country
23  Norway
24  Ireland
25  Iceland
26  Bulgaria
Group 7
Pos Country
27  Czechoslovakia
28   Switzerland
29  France
30  Mexico
Group 8
Pos Country
31  North Korea
32  Spain
33  Mauritius
34  Italy
35  Malta
  Promoted to higher group
  Relegated to lower group

References[edit]

  1. ^ Populorum, Mike. "Archiv SudirmanCup". sbg.ac.at. Retrieved 8 May 2019.