1996 All England Open Badminton Championships

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1996 All England Championships
Tournament details
Dates11 March 1996 (1996-03-11)
16 March 1996 (1996-03-16)
Edition86th
LocationBirmingham
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The 1996 Yonex All England Open was the 86th edition of the All England Open Badminton Championships. It was held from 11 to 16 March 1996, 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 Malaysia Rashid Sidek 15–7, 15–6
Women's singles South Korea Bang Soo-hyun China Ye Zhaoying 11–1, 11–1
Men's doubles Indonesia Ricky Subagja & Rexy Mainaky Malaysia Cheah Soon Kit & Yap Kim Hock 15–6, 15–5
Women's doubles China Ge Fei & Gu Jun Denmark Helene Kirkegaard & Rikke Olsen 15–7, 15–3
Mixed doubles South Korea Park Joo-bong & Ra Kyung-min England Simon Archer & Julie Bradbury 15–10, 15–10

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
England Anders Nielsen 7 9 Denmark Høyer Larsen 18 15
Indonesia Hendrawan 15 13 15 Indonesia Hendrawan 17 12
China Ge Cheng 4 15 6 Denmark Høyer Larsen 15 15
Indonesia Ardy B. Wiranata 15 15 Indonesia Wiranata 10 5
Netherlands Jeroen van Dijk 8 2 Indonesia Wiranata 15 15
South Korea Kim Hak-kyun 15 2 15 South Korea Hak-kyun 7 12
Denmark Jim Laugesen 7 15 10 Denmark Høyer Larsen 15 15
South Korea Park Sung-woo 15 15 South Korea Sung-woo 3 6
Japan Seiichi Watanabe 6 3 South Korea Sung-woo 15 15
Malaysia Ong Ewe Hock 7 15 15 Malaysia Hock 8 2
Denmark Soren B Nielsen 15 10 8 South Korea Sung-woo 18 15
Indonesia Hariyanto Arbi 15 15 Indonesia Arbi 16 11
Finland Robert Liljequist 0 5 Indonesia Arbi 15 15
England Darren Hall 15 15 England Hall 10 10
Denmark Martin Lundgaard Hansen 4 5

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Malaysia Rashid Sidek 15 15
Japan Fumihiko Machida 3 1 Malaysia Sidek 15 9 15
Denmark Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen 15 15 Denmark Stuer-Lauridsen 3 15 9
India Vijay Raghavan 5 4 Malaysia Sidek 15 5 15
Taiwan Fung Permadi 15 15 Taiwan Permadi 7 15 6
Denmark Kenneth Jonassen 10 4 Taiwan Permadi 8 18 15
Indonesia Alan Budikusuma 11 15 15 Indonesia Kusuma 15 17 13
China Yu Lizhi 15 5 13 Malaysia Sidek 15 15
South Korea Lee Kwang-jin 6 15 15 South Korea Kwang-jin 6 5
Brunei Imay Hendra 15 8 9 South Korea Kwang-jin 15 15
Denmark Peter Gade 15 15 Denmark Gade 13 10
Indonesia Hermawan Susanto 11 7 South Korea Kwang-jin 17 15
China Lin Liwen 15 15 China Lin Liwen 16 7
Indonesia Joko Suprianto 11 2 China Lin Liwen 15 15
India Dipankar Bhattacharjee 15 15 India Bhattacharjee 1 12
Finland Lasse Lindelof 5 9

Women's singles[edit]

[2]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
South Korea Bang Soo-hyun 11 11
Philippines Kennie Asuncion 1 3 South Korea Soo-hyun 11 11
Japan Takako Ida 11 11 Japan Ida 1 0
Canada Heather Poole 6 1 South Korea Soo-hyun 7 11 12
Denmark Camilla Martin 11 11 Denmark Martin 11 6 10
South Korea Lee Soon-deuk 2 2 Denmark Martin 11 11
China Zhang Ning 11 8 11 China Zhang Ning 8 3
Indonesia Lidya Djaelwijaya 1 11 7 South Korea Soo-hyun 11 5 11
Indonesia Susi Susanti 11 11 Indonesia Susanti 7 11 4
South Korea Lee Joo-hyun 3 6 Indonesia Susanti 11 11
Denmark Mette Sorensen 11 4 11 Denmark Sorensen 4 5
Japan Satomi Igawa 7 11 5 Indonesia Susanti 12 11
China Han Jingna 11 11 China Jingna 10 0
Japan Noriko Hori 1 3 China Jingna 11 11
Denmark Mette Pedersen 11 3 11 Denmark Pedersena 1 3
Japan Yasuko Mizui 7 11 3

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
China Ye Zhaoying 11 11
Russia Elena Sukhareva 4 4 China Zhaoying 12 11
Denmark Lotte Thomsen w/o Denmark Thomsen 9 3
England Alison Humby scr China Zhaoying 11 11
China Dai Yun 11 11 China Dai Yun 2 8
South Korea Ra Kyung-min 7 1 China Dai Yun 11 10 11
Indonesia Mia Audina 11 11 Indonesia Audina 0 12 1
Malaysia Chia Fong Chan 7 2 China Zhaoying 11 7 11
South Korea Kim Ji-hyun 11 11 South Korea Ji-Hyun 5 11 5
China Zeng Yaqiong 9 2 South Korea Ji-hyun 11 11
France Sandra Dimbour 11 12 France Dimbour 4 3
Canada Gillian Martin 5 10 South Korea Ji-hyun 12 5 11
China Yao Yan 11 11 China Yao Yan 11 11 8
Canada Charmaine Reid 4 4 China Yao Yan 11 12
Japan Misako Mizui 11 11 Japan Mizui 2 10
Bulgaria Neli Boteva 1 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries.
  2. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries.

External links[edit]