2018 BWF World Championships – Women's singles

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Women's singles
at the BWF World Championships
VenueNanjing Olympic Sports Centre
LocationNanjing, China
Dates30 July – 5 August
Medalists
gold medal    Spain
silver medal    India
bronze medal    China
bronze medal    Japan
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The women's singles tournament of the 2018 BWF World Championships took place from 30 July to 5 August.

Seeds[edit]

The seeding list is based on the World Rankings from 12 July 2018.[1]

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

Draw[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
6 China He Bingjiao 21 16 13
7 Spain Carolina Marín 13 21 21
7 Spain Carolina Marín 21 21
3 India P. V. Sindhu 19 10
3 India P. V. Sindhu 21 24
2 Japan Akane Yamaguchi 16 22

Top half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
1 Chinese Taipei Tai T-y 21 21
Mauritius K Foo Kune 13 17 Australia Chen H-y 10 16
Australia Chen H-y 21 21 1 Chinese Taipei Tai T-y 21 21
12 United States Zhang BW 19 14
12 United States Zhang BW 13 21 21
Spain B Corrales 17 19 England C Birch 21 18 15
England C Birch 21 21 1 Chinese Taipei Tai T-y 18 21 13
6 China He BJ 21 7 21
6 China He BJ 21 21
Thailand P Chochuwong Hong Kong Yip P Y 11 17
Hong Kong Yip P Y w / o 6 China He BJ 21 21
Vietnam Nguyễn T L 14 11
13 Canada M Li 23 12 21
Bulgaria M Mitsova 9 14 Vietnam Nguyễn T L 21 21 23
Vietnam Nguyễn T L 21 21

Section 2[edit]

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
4 Thailand R Intanon 16 22 21
Russia N Perminova 13 9 Denmark M Blichfeldt 21 20 10
Denmark M Blichfeldt 21 21 4 Thailand R Intanon 16 19
10 India S Nehwal 21 21
10 India S Nehwal 21 21
Switzerland S Jaquet Turkey A Demirbağ 17 8
Turkey A Demirbağ w / o 10 India S Nehwal 6 11
7 Spain C Marín 21 21
7 Spain C Marín 21 21
Thailand B Ongbamrungphan 21 21 Thailand B Ongbamrungphan 9 8
United States J Hsu 10 11 7 Spain C Marín 21 21
15 Japan S Sato 7 13
15 Japan S Sato 21 21
Malaysia S Cheah S Y 21 21 Malaysia S Cheah S Y 15 11
Netherlands G Mahulette 13 12

Bottom half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
Chinese Taipei Pai Y-p 8 15
Malaysia Goh J W 21 21 Malaysia Goh J W 21 22
14 Japan A Ohori 18 20
Malaysia Goh J W 21 13
Slovakia M Repiská 12 18 8 Japan N Okuhara 23 21
Canada R Honderich 21 21 Canada R Honderich 11 9
8 Japan N Okuhara 21 21
8 Japan N Okuhara 17 19
Vietnam Vũ T T 21 21 3 India P. V. Sindhu 21 21
Turkey N Yiğit 19 17 Vietnam Vũ T T 10 11
9 South Korea Sung J-h 21 21
9 South Korea Sung J-h 10 18
Indonesia Fitriani 21 19 21 3 India P. V. Sindhu 21 21
Bulgaria L Zetchiri 10 21 13 Indonesia Fitriani 14 9
3 India P. V. Sindhu 21 21

Section 4[edit]

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
Denmark L Kjærsfeldt 10 21 13
China Chen XX 21 17 21 China Chen XX 21 21
16 Hong Kong Cheung N Y 19 14
China Chen XX 11 21 12
Scotland K Gilmour 18 21 14 5 China Chen YF 21 18 21
Indonesia G M Tunjung 21 18 21 Indonesia G M Tunjung 17 20
5 China Chen YF 21 22
5 China Chen YF 13 21 16
Netherlands S de Visch Eijbergen 21 21 2 Japan A Yamaguchi 21 17 21
Ukraine M Ulitina 15 15 Netherlands S de Visch Eijbergen 11 11
11 Thailand N Jindapol 21 21
11 Thailand N Jindapol 12 12
Germany F Deprez 21 21 2 Japan A Yamaguchi 21 21
Russia E Kosetskaya 19 16 Germany F Deprez 17 10
2 Japan A Yamaguchi 21 21

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BWF World Championships 2018: Seeding List" (PDF). BWF. Retrieved 17 July 2018.

External links[edit]