2000 Thomas & Uber Cup

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2000 Thomas & Uber Cup
Tournament details
Dates 11 May – 21 May
Level International
Venue Putra Stadium
Location Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1998 2002

The 2000 Thomas & Uber Cup was the 21st tournament of the Thomas Cup, and the 18th tournament of the Uber Cup, which are the major international team competitions in world badminton.

Host city selection[edit]

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia was the only city to submit a bid. International Badminton Federation accepted the bid during a meeting in Copenhagen.[1]

Thomas Cup[edit]

Teams[edit]

49 teams took part in the competition, and eight teams qualified for the Final Stage, including Indonesia, as defending champion, and Malaysia, as host team.

Final stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L
 Korea 3 3 0
 Denmark 3 2 1
 Malaysia 3 1 2
 India 3 0 3
Korea  3–2  Denmark
Korea  3–2  Malaysia
Korea  4–1  India
Denmark  3–2  Malaysia
Denmark  5–0  India
Malaysia  4–1  India

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L
 Indonesia 3 3 0
 China 3 2 1
 England 3 1 2
 Sweden 3 0 3
Indonesia  4–1  China
Indonesia  5–0  England
Indonesia  5–0  Sweden
China  4–1  England
China  5–0  Sweden
England  4–1  Sweden

Knockout stage[edit]

Semi-finals Final
  Korea 1  
  China 3  
 
      China 0
    Indonesia 3
  Denmark 2
  Indonesia 3  

Semi Finals[edit]

Final[edit]

2000 Thomas Cup Champions

Indonesia

Twelfth title

Uber Cup[edit]

Teams[edit]

43 teams took part in the competition, and eight teams qualified for the Final Stage.

Final stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L
 Denmark 3 3 0
 Indonesia 3 2 1
 Japan 3 1 2
 Malaysia 3 0 3
Denmark  4–1  Indonesia
Malaysia  2–3  Japan
Denmark  4–1  Malaysia
Indonesia  3–2  Japan
Denmark  3–2  Japan
Indonesia  5–0  Malaysia

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L
 China 3 3 0
 Korea 3 2 1
 Netherlands 3 1 2
 Sweden 3 0 3
China  5–0  Netherlands
Korea  5–0  Sweden
China  5–0  Sweden
Korea  5–0  Netherlands
China  5–0  Korea
Netherlands  3–2  Sweden

Knockout stage[edit]

Semi-finals Final
  China 3  
  Indonesia 0  
 
      China 3
    Denmark 0
  Korea 0
  Denmark 3  

Semi Finals[edit]

Final[edit]

2000 Uber Cup Champions

China

Seventh title

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Year 2000 Thomas and Uber Cups Set For Malaysia". worldbadminton.com. 4 June 1999. Retrieved 12 April 2017.