1995 All England Open Badminton Championships

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1995 All England Championships
Tournament details
Dates14 March 1995 (1995-03-14)
18 March 1995 (1995-03-18)
Edition85th
LocationBirmingham
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The 1995 Yonex All England Open was the 85th edition of the All England Open Badminton Championships. It was held from 14 to 18 March 1995, in Birmingham, England.

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 Denmark Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen Indonesia Hariyanto Arbi 17–16, 15–6
Women's singles Sweden Lim Xiaoqing Denmark Camilla Martin 11–9, 10–12, 11–3
Men's doubles Indonesia Ricky Subagja & Rexy Mainaky Indonesia Denny Kantono & Antonius Ariantho 15–12, 15–18, 15–8
Women's doubles South Korea Gil Young-ah & Jang Hye-ock Indonesia Eliza & Zelin Resiana 15–6, 15–3
Mixed doubles Denmark Thomas Lund & Marlene Thomsen Denmark Jon Holst-Christensen & Rikke Olsen 15–7, 15–7

Men's singles[edit]

[1]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Denmark Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen 15 15
Netherlands Joris van Soerland 11 13 Denmark Høyer Larsen 15 15
Indonesia Hendrawan 15 15 Indonesia Hendrawan 8 9
Scotland Bruce Flockhart 10 2 Denmark Høyer Larsen 9 15 15
South Korea Ahn Jae-chang 11 15 15 South Korea Ahn 15 7 12
Malaysia Muhammad Roslin Hashim 15 4 13 South Korea Ahn 11 15 15
Taiwan Fung Permadi 16 15 15 Taiwan Permadi 15 5 9
Brunei Imay Hendra 18 7 10 Denmark Høyer Larsen 15 12 18
Indonesia Hermawan Susanto 15 15 Indonesia Susanto 5 15 16
Sweden Jens Olsson 7 2 Indonesia Susanto 15 15
China Hu Zhilan 16 15 15 China Zhilan 6 4
Malaysia Kantharoopan Ponniah 18 7 6 Indonesia Susanto 15 15
Indonesia Ardy B. Wiranata 18 15 Indonesia Wiranata 12 7
England Darren Hall 15 7 Indonesia Wiranata 10 15 18
Denmark Henrik Sorensen 15 15 Denmark Sorensen 15 2 15
Belgium Pedro Vanneste 7 5

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Indonesia Hariyanto Arbi 15 15
Switzerland Thomas Wapp 7 4 Indonesia Arbi 15 18
Denmark Peter Rasmussen 17 15 Denmark Rasmussen 7 15
South Korea Lee Kwang-jin 14 11 Indonesia Arbi 15 15
Denmark Soren B Nielsen 12 15 15 Denmark Nielsen 3 6
Indonesia Marleve Mainaky 15 12 7 Denmark Nielsen 9 15 15
Netherlands Jeroen Van Dijk 15 10 15 Netherlands Van Dijk 15 11 5
England Anders Nielsen 7 15 9 Indonesia Arbi 17 15
Malaysia Lo Ah Heng 15 15 Malaysia Lo 15 0
Denmark Peter Janum 6 1 Malaysia Lo 15 15
Malaysia Yong Hock Kin 7 15 15 Malaysia Yong 7 7
Sweden Thomas Johansson 15 11 11 Malaysia Lo 18 15
Russia Andrey Antropov 15 15 Russia Antropov 17 10
Malaysia Rashid Sidek 13 11 Russia Antropov 12 17 15
South Korea Park Sung-woo 15 15 South Korea Sung-woo 15 14 6
Indonesia Joko Suprianto 11 4

Women's singles[edit]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Sweden Lim Xiaoqing 11 12
England Joanne Muggeridge 6 10 Sweden Xiaoqing 7 11 11
China Zhang Ning 11 11 China Zhang Ning 11 3 2
South Korea Lee Hyun-joo 7 3 Sweden Xiaoqing 11 11
China Han Jingna 11 11 China Han Jingna 0 8
Indonesia Yuni Kartika 9 7 China Han Jingna 11 11
Russia Irina Yakusheva 12 2 11 Sweden Yakusheva 6 1
Denmark Mette Sorensen 11 11 6 Sweden Xiaoqing 12 11
Indonesia Susi Susanti 11 11 Indonesia Susanti 11 7
Scotland Gillian Martin 4 1 Indonesia Susanti 8 11 11
China Yao Yan 11 11 China Yao Yan 11 6 7
Russia Elena Sukhareva 2 2 Indonesia Susanti 11 11
South Korea Ra Kyung-min 11 11 South Korea Kyung-min 3 0
Wales Kelly Morgan 1 1 South Korea Kyung-min 11 11
Russia Elena Rybkina 11 11 Russia Rybkina 8 7
Denmark Tanja Berg 0 8

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Denmark Camilla Martin 11 11
Japan Masako Sakamoto 5 2 Denmark Martin 11 11
Indonesia Yuliani Santoso 11 9 11 Indonesia Santoso 7 8
Sweden Margit Borg 4 12 5 Denmark Martin 11 11
South Korea Kim Ji-hyun 11 11 South Korea Ji-hyun 8 6
Netherlands Carolien Glebbeck 1 2 South Korea Ji-hyun 11 7 11
China Ye Zhaoying 11 11 China Zhaoying 8 11 6
Denmark Mette Pedersen 3 2 Denmark Martin 11 12
Indonesia Mia Audina 11 11 Indonesia Audina 6 10
England Julia Mann 1 4 Indonesia Audina 10 11 11
Japan Takako Ida 12 11 Japan Ida 12 8 4
Sweden Christine Magnusson 11 9 Indonesia Audina 10 12 12
China Wang Chen 12 11 China Wang Chen 12 11 10
Singapore Zarinah Abdullah 11 4 China Wang Chen 11 11
Denmark Lotte Thomsen 11 11 Denmark Thomsen 8 4
Denmark Gitte Sommer 3 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries.

External links[edit]