1994 All England Open Badminton Championships

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1994 All England Championships
Tournament details
Dates16 March 1994 (1994-03-16)
20 March 1994 (1994-03-20)
Edition84th
LocationBirmingham
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The 1994 Yonex All England Open was the 84th edition of the All England Open Badminton Championships. It was held from 16 to 20 March 1994, in Birmingham, for the first time since it was established, previously it had been held always in London.

It was a five-star tournament and the prize money was US$125,000.

Venue[edit]

Final results[edit]

Category Winners Runners-up Score
Men's singles Indonesia Hariyanto Arbi Indonesia Ardy Wiranata 15–12, 17–14
Women's singles Indonesia Susi Susanti China Ye Zhaoying 11–5, 11–9
Men's doubles Indonesia Rudy Gunawan & Bambang Suprianto Indonesia Ricky Subagja & Rexy Mainaky 15–12, 15–12
Women's doubles South Korea Chung So-young & Gil Young-ah South Korea Jang Hye-ock & Shim Eun-jung 7–15, 15–8, 15–4
Mixed doubles England Nick Ponting & Joanne Wright England Chris Hunt & Gillian Clark 15–10, 15–11

Men's singles[edit]

[1]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Indonesia Hariyanto Arbi 15 15
Denmark Jan Jorgensen 8 6 Indonesia Arbi 6 15 15
South Korea Kim Hak-kyun 15 15 South Korea Hak-kyun 15 13 7
India Deepankar Bhattacharya 5 10 Indonesia Arbi 15 15
Malaysia Rashid Sidek 15 15 Malaysia Sidek 1 5
Denmark Peter Espersen 8 11 Malaysia Sidek 15 15
England Steve Butler 15 6 17 England Butler 10 7
China Liu Jun 8 15 16 Indonesia Arbi 15 15
Indonesia Alan Budikusuma 15 15 Indonesia Kusuma 5 7
China Chen Gang 1 12 Indonesia Kusuma 18 15
Thailand Sompol Kukasemkij 15 15 Thailand Kukasemkij 15 3
Denmark Peter Rasmussen 10 2 Indonesia Kusuma 15 15
Denmark Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen 15 15 Denmark Høyer Larsen 10 3
Hong Kong Wong Wai Lap 10 11 Denmark Høyer Larsen 17 15
Malaysia Foo Kok Keong 15 15 15 Malaysia Keong 15 5
South Korea Jae Chang Ahn 18 12 10

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Indonesia Ardy B.Wiranata 15 15
Denmark Henrik Sorensen 3 4 Indonesia Wiranata 15 15
Malaysia Ong Ewe Hock 15 15 South Korea Ewe Hock 12 12
England Peter Bush 7 6 Indonesia Wiranata 14 15 15
Taiwan Fung Permadi 14 15 15 Taiwan Permadi 18 4 4
Denmark Soren B Nielsen 17 9 3 Taiwan Permadi 15 15
Indonesia Tiong Ping Lioe 15 15 Indonesia Lioe 7 9
England Steffan Pandya 8 6 Indonesia Wiranata 15 15
Indonesia Hermawan Susanto 15 15 Indonesia Susanto 8 3
Netherlands Jeroen Van Dijk 1 7 Indonesia Susanto 15 15
Denmark Jens Meiborn 15 15 Denmark Meiborn 6 14
Denmark Morten Boesen 11 6 Indonesia Susanto 15 14 15
Denmark Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen 15 15 Denmark Stuer-Lauridsen 12 18 7
Finland Pontus Jäntti 9 6 Denmark Stuer-Lauridsen 17 1 15
South Korea Park Sung-woo 15 15 South Korea Sung-woo 15 15 11
Canada Jaimie Dawson 5 2

Women's singles[edit]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Indonesia Susi Susanti 11 11
Scotland Anne Gibson 3 2 Indonesia Susanti 11 1 11
Japan Hisako Mizui 11 1 11 Japan Mizui 8 11 4
Thailand Somharuthai Jaroensiri 8 11 4 Indonesia Susanti 11 11
South Korea Ra Kyung-min 11 11 South Korea Kyung-min 5 2
Denmark Mette Pedersen 3 1 South Korea Kyung-min 11 3 12
Sweden Lim Xiaoqing 11 11 Sweden Xiaoqing 6 11 10
Russia Irina Yakusheva 5 2 Indonesia Susanti 11 11
South Korea Bang Soo-hyun 11 11 South Korea Soo-Hyun 8 9
Denmark Anne Sondergaard 5 0 South Korea Soo-Hyun 11 11
China Zhang Ning 11 10 11 China Zhang Ning 2 5
Indonesia Minarti Timur 5 12 6 South Korea Soo-Hyun 11 11
China Han Jingna 11 12 China Jingna 8 6
Denmark Michelle Rasmussen 2 10 China Jingna 11 8 11
England Sue Louis-Lane 12 5 11 England Louis-Lane 1 11 3
Japan Takako Ida 11 11 1

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
China Ye Zhaoying 11 11
Canada Denyse Julien 5 3 China Zhaoying 6 11 11
Indonesia Mia Audina Tjiptawan 11 11 Indonesia Audina 11 8 7
Denmark Lone Sorensen 2 4 China Zhaoying 12 11
Indonesia Yuni Kartika 11 11 Indonesia Kartika 11 7
Japan Shinobu Sasaki 1 5 Indonesia Kartika 11 7 11
Sweden Christine Magnusson 11 11 Sweden Gandrup 4 11 6
South Korea Kim Ji-hyun 3 1 China Zhaoying 11 11
Denmark Camilla Martin 11 11 Denmark Martin 6 8
New Zealand Rhonda Robertson 2 3 Denmark Martin 11 11
Indonesia Zarinah Abdullah 12 11 Indonesia Abdullah 4 1
Netherlands Monique Hoogland 10 6 Denmark Martin 11 11
Malaysia Liu Yuhong 11 11 Malaysia Yuhong 4 6
England Jo Muggeridge 1 3 Malaysia Yuhong w/o
Indonesia Yuliani Santoso w/o Indonesia Santoso scr
Sweden Catrine Bengtsson scr

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries.

External links[edit]