2017 BWF World Championships – Women's doubles

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Women's doubles
at the BWF World Championships
VenueEmirates Arena
LocationGlasgow, Scotland
Dates21–27 August
Medalists
gold medal    China
silver medal    Japan
bronze medal    Japan
bronze medal    Denmark

The Women's Doubles tournament of the 2017 BWF World Championships took place from 21 to 27 August.

Seeds[edit]

01.   Japan Misaki Matsutomo / Ayaka Takahashi (Semifinals)
02.   Denmark Kamilla Rytter Juhl / Christinna Pedersen (Semifinals)
03.   South Korea Chang Ye-na / Lee So-hee (Quarterfinals)
04.   China Chen Qingchen / Jia Yifan (Champion)
05.   South Korea Jung Kyung-eun / Shin Seung-chan (Quarterfinals)
06.   China Huang Dongping / Li Yinhui (Third round)
07.   Japan Shiho Tanaka / Koharu Yonemoto (Quarterfinals)
08.   China Luo Ying / Luo Yu (Third round)
09.   Japan Yuki Fukushima / Sayaka Hirota (Final)
10.   Japan Naoko Fukuman / Kurumi Yonao (Third round)
11.   Bulgaria Gabriela Stoeva / Stefani Stoeva (Third round)
12.   South Korea Chae Yoo-jung / Kim So-yeong (Third round)
13.   South Korea Kim Hye-rin / Yoo Hae-won (Third round)
14.   China Bao Yixin / Yu Xiaohan (Quarterfinals)
15.   Denmark Maiken Fruergaard / Sara Thygesen (Third round)
16.   Russia Anastasia Chervyakova / Olga Morozova (Third round)

Click on the seed number of a player to go to their draw section.

Draw[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
1 Japan Misaki Matsutomo
Japan Ayaka Takahashi
17 15
4 China Chen Qingchen
China Jia Yifan
21 21
4 China Chen Qingchen
China Jia Yifan
21 17 21
9 Japan Yuki Fukushima
Japan Sayaka Hirota
18 21 15
9 Japan Yuki Fukushima
Japan Sayaka Hirota
21 19 21
2 Denmark Kamilla Rytter Juhl
Denmark Christinna Pedersen
17 21 14

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
1 Japan M Matsutomo
Japan A Takahashi
21 21
United States E Lee
United States P L Obanana
12 6 Chinese Taipei Chang C-h
Chinese Taipei Yang C-t
10 5
Chinese Taipei Chang C-h
Chinese Taipei Yang C-t
21 21 1 Japan M Matsutomo
Japan A Takahashi
18 21 21
10 Japan N Fukuman
Japan K Yanao
21 15 19
10 Japan N Fukuman
Japan K Yanao
21 21
Chinese Taipei Cheng Y-c
Chinese Taipei Hu L-f
21 21 Chinese Taipei Cheng Y-c
Chinese Taipei Hu L-f
7 17
Italy S Garino
Italy L Iversen
8 11 1 Japan M Matsutomo
Japan A Takahashi
21 25 21
14 China Bao YX
China Yu XH
13 27 19
8 China Luo Ying
China Luo Yu
21 21
Hong Kong Poon L Y
Hong Kong Tse Y S
21 21 Hong Kong Poon L Y
Hong Kong Tse Y S
14 19
France D Delrue
France L Palermo
14 9 8 China Luo Ying
China Luo Yu
17 21 15
14 China Bao YX
China Yu XH
21 10 21
14 China Bao YX
China Yu XH
21 21
India S Santosh
India A S Sunil
21 21 India S Santosh
India A S Sunil
14 15
Ukraine N Voytsekh
Ukraine Y Zharka
15 18

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
4 China Chen QC
China Jia YF
21 21
Chinese Taipei Chiang K-h
Chinese Taipei Hung S-h
13 21 21 Chinese Taipei Chiang K-h
Chinese Taipei Hung S-h
16 17
Denmark J F-Ipsen
Denmark R Søby
21 18 19 4 China Chen QC
China Jia YF
21 21
16 Russia A Chervyakova
Russia O Morozova
13 17
16 Russia A Chervyakova
Russia O Morozova
21 21
Estonia K Kuuba
Estonia H Rüütel
21 21 Estonia K Kuuba
Estonia H Rüütel
18 9
Germany J Goliszewski
Germany L Käpplein
15 15 4 China Chen QC
China Jia YF
21 21
5 South Korea Jung K-e
South Korea Shin S-c
17 14
5 South Korea Jung K-e
South Korea Shin S-c
21 21
England L Smith
England S Walker
21 26 England L Smith
England S Walker
10 14
Germany L Kaminski
Germany H Pohl
10 24 5 South Korea Jung K-e
South Korea Shin S-c
21 22
15 Denmark M Fruergaard
Denmark S Thygesen
18 20
15 Denmark M Fruergaard
Denmark S Thygesen
19 21 21
Scotland R Findlay
Scotland C Pringle
12 10 France É Lefel
France A Tran
21 14 11
France É Lefel
France A Tran
21 21

Section 3[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
India M Jakkampudi
India P S Ram
21 16 8
Netherlands E Muskens
Netherlands S Piek
13 21 21 Netherlands E Muskens
Netherlands S Piek
12 4r
9 Japan Y Fukushima
Japan S Hirota
21 11
9 Japan Y Fukushima
Japan S Hirota
21 21
Egypt D Hany
Egypt H Hosny
3 6 6 China Huang DP
China Li YH
3 14
Germany I Herttrich
Germany C Nelte
21 21 Germany I Herttrich
Germany C Nelte
7 19
6 China Huang DP
China Li YH
21 21
9 Japan Y Fukushima
Japan S Hirota
21 25 21
Hong Kong Ng T Y
Hong Kong Yeung N T
21 21 3 South Korea Chang Y-n
South Korea Lee S-h
14 27 19
Finland J Nyström
Finland S Pekkola
11 17 Hong Kong Ng T Y
Hong Kong Yeung N T
13 14
12 South Korea Chae Y-j
South Korea Kim S-y
21 21
12 South Korea Chae Y-j
South Korea Kim S-y
21 12 20
Scotland J MacPherson
Scotland E O'Donnell
19 19 3 South Korea Chang Y-n
South Korea Lee S-h
18 21 22
Switzerland N Fankhauser
Malaysia S Saniru
21 21 Switzerland N Fankhauser
Malaysia S Saniru
6 14
3 South Korea Chang Y-n
South Korea Lee S-h
21 21

Section 4[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
Australia S Mapasa
Australia G Somerville
Czech Republic T Švábíková
Czech Republic K Tomalová
w / o Czech Republic T Švábíková
Czech Republic K Tomalová
7 11
11 Bulgaria G Stoeva
Bulgaria S Stoeva
21 21
11 Bulgaria G Stoeva
Bulgaria S Stoeva
12 21 19
England J Moore
England V Williams
13 21 18 7 Japan S Tanaka
Japan K Yonemoto
21 15 21
France L Baumann
France A Fontaine
21 19 21 France L Baumann
France A Fontaine
9 8
7 Japan S Tanaka
Japan K Yonemoto
21 21
7 Japan S Tanaka
Japan K Yonemoto
5 21 25
Sweden C Nistad
Sweden E Wengberg
8 21 20 2 Denmark K Rytter Juhl
Denmark C Pedersen
21 18 27
Chinese Taipei Lin X-m
Chinese Taipei Wu F-c
21 16 22 Chinese Taipei Lin X-m
Chinese Taipei Wu F-c
14 12
13 South Korea Kim H-r
South Korea Yoo H-w
21 21
13 South Korea Kim H-r
South Korea Yoo H-w
20 19
Indonesia R Amelia
Malaysia A Cheong
15 13 2 Denmark K Rytter Juhl
Denmark C Pedersen
22 21
India A Ponnappa
India N. S Reddy
21 21 India A Ponnappa
India N. S Reddy
22 21 15
2 Denmark K Rytter Juhl
Denmark C Pedersen
24 17 21

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