1998 All England Open Badminton Championships

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1998 All England Championships
Tournament details
Dates9 March 1998 (1998-03-09)
14 March 1998 (1998-03-14)
Edition88th
LocationBirmingham
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The 1998 Yonex All England Open was the 88th edition of the All England Open Badminton Championships. It was held from 9 to 14 March 1998, in Birmingham, England.

It was a five-star tournament and the prize money was US$200,000.

Venue[edit]

Final results[edit]

Category Winners Runners-up Score
Men's singles China Sun Jun Malaysia Ong Ewe Hock 15–1, 15–7
Women's singles China Ye Zhaoying China Zhang Ning 11–5, 11–8
Men's doubles South Korea Lee Dong-soo & Yoo Yong-sung Indonesia Tony Gunawan & Candra Wijaya 15–10, 15–10
Women's doubles China Ge Fei & Gu Jun South Korea Jang Hye-ock & Ra Kyung-min 15–7, 15–7
Mixed doubles South Korea Kim Dong-moon & Ra Kyung-min Denmark Michael Søgaard & Rikke Olsen 15–2, 11–15, 15–5

Men's singles[edit]

[1]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
China Sun Jun 15 15
Netherlands Dicky Palyama 3 5 China Sun Jun 15 15
Malaysia Wong Choong Hann 15 15 Malaysia Wong 2 8
England Darren Hall 11 1 China Sun Jun 15 15
South Korea Yong Hock Kin 15 15 South Korea Hock Kin 4 2
Ukraine Konstantin Tatranov 4 1 South Korea Hock Kin 15 15
India Gopichand Pullela 15 15 India Pullela 8 5
Denmark Kasper Fangel 4 1 China Sun Jun 15 15
China Luo Yigang 10 15 15 China Yigang 5 2
Denmark Niels Christian Kaldau 15 5 1 China Yigang 15 15
Malaysia Rashid Sidek 15 15 Malaysia Sidek 3 5
England Mark Constable 7 3 China Yigang 15 15
China Chen Hong 15 15 China Chen Hong 2 5
Indonesia Indra Wijaya 7 13 China Chen Hong 15 15
Denmark Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen 15 15 Denmark Høyer Larsen 10 7
Belgium Ruud Kuijten 4 7

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Malaysia Ong Ewe Hock 15 15
India Abhinn Shyam Gupta 4 4 Malaysia Hock 8 15 15
Denmark Peter Gade 15 15 Denmark Gade 15 8 9
Taiwan Fung Permadi 5 13 Malaysia Hock 17 15
Indonesia Hariyanto Arbi 15 15 Indonesia Arbi 15 6
Malaysia Jason Wong 3 2 Indonesia Arbi 17 15
China Cheng Gang 8 15 15 China Chen Gang 14 11
Denmark Anders Boesen 15 8 3 Malaysia Hock 13 15 15
Indonesia Hendrawan 15 15 18 Indonesia Hendrawan 15 5 6
Denmark Peter Janum 17 5 15 Indonesia Hendrawan 10 15 15
Malaysia Saman Ismail 15 15 Malaysia Ismail 15 6 2
Denmark Thomas Sogaard 5 7 Indonesia Hendrawan w/o
Netherlands Jeroen van Dijk 15 18 Netherlands Van Dijk scr
Japan Shinji Ohta 5 13 Netherlands Van Dijk 15 12 14
Indonesia Ardy B. Wiranata 11 15 15 Indonesia Wiranata 10 15 13
Malaysia Muhammad Roslin Hashim 15 11 7

Women's singles[edit]

[2]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
China Ye Zhaoying 11 11
Russia Ella Karachkova 3 8 China Zhaoying 11 11
South Korea Lee Joo-hyun 7 11 11 South Korea Joo-hyun 3 6
Japan Saori Itoh 11 6 2 China Zhaoying 11 11
Japan Yasuko Mizui 11 11 Indonesia Audina 5 8
Denmark Anne Sondergaard 0 5 Japan Mizui 8 4
Indonesia Mia Audina 11 11 Indonesia Audina 11 11
Japan Chihiro Ohsaka 4 1 China Zhaoying 4 11 11
Denmark Camilla Martin 11 11 Denmark Martin 11 8 3
Scotland Sandra Watt 1 1 Denmark Martin 11 11
Indonesia Meiluawati 11 11 Indonesia Meiluawati 2 4
Japan Miho Tanaka 4 3 Denmark Martin 11 11
China Wang Chen 11 11 China Wang Chen 3 9
Denmark Tine Rasmuseen 6 8 China Wang Chen 11 11
New Zealand Rhona Robertson 11 11 New Zealand Robertson 6 5
India Neelima Choudhary 4 1

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
China Zhang Ning 11 11
Finland Anu Weckström 0 1 China Zhang Ning 5 11 11
Indonesia Susi Susanti 8 11 11 Indonesia Susanti 11 2 6
Japan Kanako Yonekura 11 2 3 China Zhang Ning 10 11 11
China Dai Yun 11 11 China Dai Jun 12 6 7
Taiwan Chiu-Yin Lin 3 2 China Dai Yun 12 7 11
Denmark Mette Pedersen 11 12 Denmark Pedersen 9 11 1
India Aparna Popat 1 10 China Zhang Ning 12 11
China Gong Zhichao 11 11 China Zhichao 10 8
Denmark Mette Sørensen 6 4 China Zhichao 11 11
Wales Kelly Morgan 11 11 Wales Morgan 4 7
Malaysia Pei Pei Law 0 4 China Zhichao 11 11
South Korea Kim Ji-hyun 11 11 South Korea Ji-hyun 3 2
Netherlands Lonneke Janssen 7 4 South Korea Ji-hyun 12 11
Japan Takako Ida 11 11 Japan Ida 11 7
Canada Kara Solmundson 1 4

References[edit]

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

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