2005 Sudirman Cup

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2005 Sudirman Cup
Tournament details
Dates10 – 15 May
Edition9th
LevelInternational
VenueCapital Indoor Stadium[1]
LocationBeijing, China
2003 2007

The 2005 Sudirman Cup was the 9th tournament of the World Mixed Team Badminton Championships of Sudirman Cup. It was held from May 10 to May 15, 2005 in Beijing, China.

Host city selection[edit]

Beijing and Glasgow submitted bids for the competition. Beijing was confirmed as the host during 2003 IBF council meeting in Eindhoven.[2]

Teams[edit]

41 teams around the world took part in this tournament.[3] Geographically, they were 22 from Europe, 13 teams from Asia, 3 from Americas, two from Oceania and one from Africa. This edition also saw the expansion of Group 1 to 8 teams.

Results[edit]

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Group 1[edit]

Subgroup 1A[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
China China Sweden Sweden 5-0
Indonesia Indonesia Hong Kong Hong Kong 4-1
China China Hong Kong Hong Kong 5-0
Indonesia Indonesia Sweden Sweden 4-1
China China Indonesia Indonesia 5-0
Hong Kong Hong Kong Sweden Sweden 4-1

Subgroup 1B[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Denmark Denmark England England 3-2
South Korea South Korea Thailand Thailand 4-1
Denmark Denmark Thailand Thailand 4-0
South Korea South Korea England England 5-0
Denmark Denmark South Korea South Korea 3-2
England England Thailand Thailand 4-1

Playoff[edit]

Team One Team Two Score Notes
England England Hong Kong Hong Kong 3-1 5th-6th
Thailand Thailand Sweden Sweden 3-0 7th-8th

Semi Finals[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
China China South Korea South Korea 3-0
Indonesia Indonesia Denmark Denmark 3-0

Final[edit]


2005 Sudirman Cup Champions

China

Fifth title

Group 2[edit]

Subgroup 2A[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Malaysia Malaysia Netherlands Netherlands 3-2
Malaysia Malaysia Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 4-1
Malaysia Malaysia Russia Russia 5-0
Netherlands Netherlands Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 3-2
Netherlands Netherlands Russia Russia 4-1
Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei Russia Russia 4-1

Subgroup 2B[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Japan Japan Singapore Singapore 3-2
Japan Japan Germany Germany 4-1
Japan Japan Ukraine Ukraine 5-0
Singapore Singapore Germany Germany 3-2
Singapore Singapore Ukraine Ukraine 5-0
Germany Germany Ukraine Ukraine 4-1

Playoff[edit]

Team One Team Two Score Notes
Malaysia Malaysia Japan Japan 3-1 9th-10th
Singapore Singapore Netherlands Netherlands 3-0 11th-12th
Germany Germany Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 3-0 13th-14th
Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine 3-2 15th-16th

Group 3[edit]

Subgroup 3A[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Poland Poland New Zealand New Zealand 4-1
Poland Poland Finland Finland 4-1
Poland Poland Bulgaria Bulgaria 3-2
New Zealand New Zealand Finland Finland 4-1
New Zealand New Zealand Bulgaria Bulgaria 4-1
Finland Finland Bulgaria Bulgaria 3-2

Subgroup 3B[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
India India United States United States 4-1
India India Scotland Scotland 4-1
India India Wales Wales 4-1
United States United States Scotland Scotland 3-2
United States United States Wales Wales 5-0
Scotland Scotland Wales Wales 4-1

Playoff[edit]

Team One Team Two Score Notes
Poland Poland India India 3-1 17th-18th
New Zealand New Zealand United States United States 3-2 19th-20th
Scotland Scotland Finland Finland 3-2 21st-22nd
Bulgaria Bulgaria Wales Wales 3-2 23rd-24th

Group 4[edit]

Subgroup 4A[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Switzerland Switzerland Estonia Estonia 3-2
Switzerland Switzerland Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 3-2
Switzerland Switzerland Norway Norway 5-0
Estonia Estonia Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 4-1
Estonia Estonia Norway Norway 3-2
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Norway Norway 3-2

Subgroup 4B[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
France France Australia Australia 4-1
France France South Africa South Africa 5-0
France France Peru Peru 5-0
Australia Australia South Africa South Africa 5-0
Australia Australia Peru Peru 4-1
South Africa South Africa Peru Peru 4-1

Playoff[edit]

Team One Team Two Score Notes
France France Switzerland Switzerland 3-0 25th-26th
Australia Australia Estonia Estonia 3-0 27th-28th
South Africa South Africa Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 3-1 29th-30th
Norway Norway Peru Peru 3-1 31st-32nd

Group 5[edit]

Subgroup 5A[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Italy Italy Luxembourg Luxembourg 4-1
Italy Italy Cyprus Cyprus 4-1
Luxembourg Luxembourg Cyprus Cyprus 4-1

Subgroup 5B[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Lithuania Lithuania Israel Israel 4-1
Lithuania Lithuania Turkey Turkey 4-1
Israel Israel Turkey Turkey 4-1

Playoff[edit]

Team One Team Two Score Notes
Italy Italy Lithuania Lithuania 3-2 33th-34th
Luxembourg Luxembourg Israel Israel 3-1 35th-36th
Turkey Turkey Cyprus Cyprus 3-1 37th-38th

Group 6[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Jamaica Jamaica 4-1
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Mongolia Mongolia 5-0
Jamaica Jamaica Mongolia Mongolia 5-0

Final classification[edit]

Group 1
Pos Country
1 China China
2 Indonesia Indonesia
3 Denmark Denmark
4 South Korea Korea
5 England England
6 Hong Kong Hong Kong
7 Thailand Thailand
8 Sweden Sweden
Group 2
Pos Country
9 Malaysia Malaysia
10 Japan Japan
11 Singapore Singapore
12 Netherlands Netherlands
13 Germany Germany
14 Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei
15 Russia Russia
16 Ukraine Ukraine
Group 3
Pos Country
17 Poland Poland
18 India India
19 New Zealand New Zealand
20 United States United States
21 Scotland Scotland
22 Finland Finland
23 Bulgaria Bulgaria
24 Wales Wales
Group 4
Pos Country
25 France France
26 Switzerland Switzerland
27 Australia Australia
28 Estonia Estonia
29 South Africa South Africa
30 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
31 Norway Norway
32 Peru Peru
Group 5
Pos Country
33 Italy Italy
34 Lithuania Lithuania
35 Luxembourg Luxembourg
36 Israel Israel
37 Turkey Turkey
38 Cyprus Cyprus
Group 6
Pos Country
39 Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
40 Jamaica Jamaica
41 Mongolia Mongolia
  Promoted to higher group
  Relegated to lower group


References[edit]

  1. ^ "中国体育报:苏迪曼杯 大家潇洒走一回". Sina. Retrieved 11 May 2019.
  2. ^ "Beijing Awarded 2005 Sudirman Cup". en.people.cn. Retrieved 1 April 2017.
  3. ^ "Sudirman Cup". Archived from the original on 2011-06-02. Retrieved 2011-06-13.
  4. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries.

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