2018 European Badminton Championships

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2018 European Badminton Championships
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Tournament details
Dates24–29 April
Edition27
VenuePalacio de Deportes de Huelva
LocationHuelva, Spain
2017 2019

The 2018 European Badminton Championships is an individual continental championships tournament of badminton, to crowns the best male and female players and pairs in Europe. This tournament will be held in Huelva, Spain, from 24 to 29 April 2018.

Tournament[edit]

The 2018 European Badminton Championships is the 27th edition of the championships. This tournament was awarded to Huelva following a decision adopted by the Executive Committee of Badminton Europe and made public at the General Assembly of the aforementioned organization that took place in Prague, Czech Republic. The candidature led by the Spanish Badminton Federation in collaboration with the city of Huelva, the Regional Government of Andalusia, the Deputation of Huelva and the Andalusian Badminton Federation will organize the European Championships to be played between 24 and 29 April 2018.[1]

The tournament consist of men's (singles and doubles), women's (singles and doubles), and also mixed doubles. 300 athletes from 25 countries will compete in this tournament.[2]

Venue[edit]

The tournament will be held at the Palacio de Deportes de Huelva, Spain, also known as Carolina Marín Sports Hall – a facility dedicated to the Spanish badminton player who has managed to find her place on a podium usually taken by Asians.[3] The Principe de Asturias Sports Hall in University of Huelva will be used as training section.[4]

Point distribution[edit]

Below is the tables with the point distribution for each phase of the tournament based on the BWF points system for the European Badminton Championships.[5]

Champion Runner-up 3/4 5/8 9/16 17/32 33/64 65/128 129/256 257/512 513/1024
7,000 5,950 4,900 3,850 2,750 1,670 660 320 130 60 30

Medal summary[edit]

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles Denmark Viktor Axelsen England Rajiv Ouseph France Brice Leverdez
Denmark Jan Ø. Jørgensen
Women's singles Spain Carolina Marín Russia Evgeniya Kosetskaya Denmark Mia Blichfeldt
Denmark Line Kjærsfeldt
Men's doubles Denmark Kim Astrup
Denmark Anders Skaarup Rasmussen
Denmark Mads Conrad-Petersen
Denmark Mads Pieler Kolding
Netherlands Jelle Maas
Netherlands Robin Tabeling
Russia Vladimir Ivanov
Russia Ivan Sozonov
Women's doubles Bulgaria Gabriela Stoeva
Bulgaria Stefani Stoeva
France Émilie Lefel
France Anne Tran
Netherlands Selena Piek
Netherlands Cheryl Seinen
Denmark Maiken Fruergaard
Denmark Sara Thygesen
Mixed doubles England Chris Adcock
England Gabrielle Adcock
Denmark Mathias Christiansen
Denmark Christinna Pedersen
Germany Mark Lamsfuß
Germany Isabel Herttrich
England Marcus Ellis
England Lauren Smith

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Denmark2248
2 England1113
3 Bulgaria1001
 Spain1001
5 France0112
 Russia0112
7 Netherlands0022
8 Germany0011
Totals (8 nations)551020

Men's singles[edit]

Seeds[edit]

  1. Denmark Viktor Axelsen (Champion)
  2. Denmark Anders Antonsen (Quarterfinals)
  3. England Rajiv Ouseph (Final)
  4. France Brice Leverdez (Semifinals)
  5. Denmark Rasmus Gemke (Quarterfinals)
  6. Netherlands Mark Caljouw (Third Round)
  7. Spain Pablo Abián (Second Round)
  8. France Lucas Corvée (Quarterfinals)

Wild card[edit]

Badminton Europe (BEC) awarded a wild card entry to Jan Ø. Jørgensen of Denmark.[6]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
1 Denmark Viktor Axelsen 21 21
4 France Brice Leverdez 7 9
1 Denmark Viktor Axelsen 21 21
3 England Rajiv Ouseph 8 7
3 England Rajiv Ouseph 21 18 21
WC Denmark Jan Ø. Jørgensen 17 21 15

Top Half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
1 Denmark V Axelsen 21 21
Portugal D N Anjo 14 14 Czech Republic A Mendrek 11 8
Czech Republic A Mendrek 21 21 1 Denmark V Axelsen 21 21
England S Parsons 13 9
Belgium M Moreels
England S Parsons 21 23 England S Parsons w / o
Austria L Wraber 19 21 1 Denmark V Axelsen 21 21
5 Denmark R Gemke 11 16
5 Denmark R Gemke 21 21
Finland K Koljonen 18 21 16 Germany A Roovers 9 15
Germany A Roovers 21 14 21 5 Denmark R Gemke 21 21
Russia V Malkov 13 18
Russia V Malkov 21 21
Hungary G Krausz 21 21 Hungary G Krausz 11 9
Italy R Maddaloni 18 18

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
4 France B Leverdez 17 21 21
Romania C V Filimon 21 16 21 Romania C V Filimon 21 16 15
Cyprus E Nicolaou 8 21 11 4 France B Leverdez 21 21
Estonia R Must 16 16
Estonia R Must 21 21
Luxembourg R Mann 14 15 Turkey E Lale 19 16
Turkey E Lale 21 21 4 France B Leverdez 22 21 21
Netherlands N Fransman 24 15 15
7 Spain P Abián 9 18
Iceland K Gunnarsson 16 17 Republic of Ireland N Nguyễn 21 21
Republic of Ireland N Nguyễn 21 21 Republic of Ireland N Nguyễn 21 17 19
Netherlands N Fransman 14 21 21
Norway M Myhre 13 9
Malta M Abela 1 5 Netherlands N Fransman 21 21
Netherlands N Fransman 21 21

Bottom half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
Sweden J Nilsson 21 22
Germany K Schäfer 14 20 Sweden J Nilsson 21 21
Slovakia M Dratva 16 10
Sweden J Nilsson 21 9 14
Switzerland C Kirchmayr 21 22 8 France L Corvée 19 21 21
Moldova C Savin 17 20 Switzerland C Kirchmayr 16 11
8 France L Corvée 21 21
8 France L Corvée 21 18 11
Bulgaria I Rusev 12 18 3 England R Ouseph 16 21 21
Ukraine A Pochtarov 21 21 Ukraine A Pochtarov 21 12 21
Finland E Heino 17 21 12
Ukraine A Pochtarov
Croatia Z Đurkinjak 19 21 13 3 England R Ouseph w / o
Spain L E Peñalver 21 13 21 Spain L E Peñalver 19 8
3 England R Ouseph 21 21

Section 4[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
Azerbaijan O Galandarov 3 7
WC Denmark J Ø. Jørgensen 21 21 WC Denmark J Ø. Jørgensen 21 21
Poland M Rogalski 9 15
WC Denmark J Ø. Jørgensen 21 21
Russia S Sirant 21 21 6 Netherlands M Caljouw 19 18
Czech Republic M Ludik 11 11 Russia S Sirant 19 19
6 Netherlands M Caljouw 21 21
WC Denmark J Ø. Jørgensen w / o
Greece I Xanthou 11 10 2 Denmark A Antonsen
Slovenia M Ivanič 21 21 Slovenia M Ivanič 10 8
Israel M Zilberman 21 21
Israel M Zilberman 15 21 10
England T Penty 21 21 2 Denmark A Antonsen 21 19 21
France L Claerbout 10 7 England T Penty 12 21 20
2 Denmark A Antonsen 21 15 22

Women's singles[edit]

Seeds[edit]

  1. Spain Carolina Marín (Champion)
  2. Scotland Kirsty Gilmour (Quarterfinals)
  3. Denmark Mia Blichfeldt (Semifinals)
  4. Russia Evgeniya Kosetskaya (Final)
  5. Spain Beatriz Corrales (Second Round)
  6. Denmark Line Kjærsfeldt (Semifinals)
  7. Denmark Natalia Koch Rohde (Quarterfinals)
  8. Turkey Neslihan Yiğit (Third Round)

Wild card[edit]

Badminton Europe (BEC) awarded a wild card entry to Sara Peñalver Pereira of Spain.[6]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
1 Spain Carolina Marín 21 21
3 Denmark Mia Blichfeldt 17 16
1 Spain Carolina Marín 21 21
4 Russia Evgeniya Kosetskaya 15 7
4 Russia Evgeniya Kosetskaya 21 21
6 Denmark Line Kjærsfeldt 10 14

Top Half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
1 Spain C Marín 21 21
France M Batomene 15 12
1 Spain C Marín 21 21
Switzerland S Jaquet 14 7
Netherlands S de V Eijbergen 21 19 16
Russia N Perminova 17 21 17 Switzerland S Jaquet 12 21 21
Switzerland S Jaquet 21 13 21 1 Spain C Marín 21 21
7 Denmark N K Rohde 17 10
7 Denmark N K Rohde 21 21
Bulgaria M Mitsova 21 16 21 Bulgaria M Mitsova 15 17
Czech Republic Z Pavelková 12 21 9 7 Denmark N K Rohde 21 21
WC Spain S Peñalver 11 19
WC Spain S Peñalver 21 21
Belgium L Tan 21 21 Belgium L Tan 18 16
Hungary A Korosi 19 19

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
3 Denmark M Blichfeldt 21 21
Ukraine N Voytsekh 21 21 Ukraine N Voytsekh 14 9
Lithuania V Fomkinaite 15 18 3 Denmark M Blichfeldt 21 21
Finland A Mikkelä 15 13
Slovenia L Salehar 14 11
Slovakia M Repiská 12 10 Finland A Mikkelä 21 21
Finland A Mikkelä 21 21 3 Denmark M Blichfeldt 28 21
Germany Y Li 26 12
8 Turkey N Yiğit 21 21
Germany F Deprez 21 21 Germany F Deprez 14 15
Israel D Danilenko 15 11 8 Turkey N Yiğit 6 7
Germany Y Li 21 21
Estonia G Saar 9 9
Cyprus E Christodoulou 6 3 Germany Y Li 21 21
Germany Y Li 21 21

Bottom half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
Bulgaria L Zetchiri 19 17
Germany L Heim 21 21 Germany L Heim 21 21
Republic of Ireland R Darragh 9 10
Germany L Heim 21 15 0r
England C Birch 21 21 England C Birch 19 21 0
Croatia M Pavlinić 18 11 England C Birch 21 21
5 Spain B Corrales 16 19
England C Birch 14 12
Portugal S Goncalves 21 11 8r 4 Russia E Kosetskaya 21 21
Estonia K Kuuba 18 21 15 Estonia K Kuuba 21 21
Latvia I Pope 7 14
Estonia K Kuuba 13 20
Wales J Hart 20 21 14 4 Russia E Kosetskaya 21 22
Ukraine M Ulitina 22 19 21 Ukraine M Ulitina 20 14
4 Russia E Kosetskaya 22 21

Section 4[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
Spain C Azurmendi
Turkey A Demirbağ w / o Turkey A Demirbağ 21 21
Greece G Sotiriou 19 7
Turkey A Demirbağ 14 16
Switzerland A Huser 21 19 19 6 Denmark L Kjærsfeldt 21 21
Belarus A Zaitsava 19 21 21 Belarus A Zaitsava 12 21 12
6 Denmark L Kjærsfeldt 21 14 21
6 Denmark L Kjærsfeldt 21 21
Czech Republic K Tomalová 16 15 2 Scotland K Gilmour 14 16
Netherlands G Mahulette 21 21 Netherlands G Mahulette 21 21
Sweden J Magnusson 10 17
Netherlands G Mahulette 11 13
Denmark M Poulsen 21 21 2 Scotland K Gilmour 21 21
Norway E Wiborg 7 10 Denmark M Poulsen 18 17
2 Scotland K Gilmour 21 21

Men's doubles[edit]

Seeds[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
Netherlands Jelle Maas
Netherlands Robin Tabeling
15 18
3 Denmark Kim Astrup
Denmark Anders Skaarup Rasmussen
21 21
3 Denmark Kim Astrup
Denmark Anders Skaarup Rasmussen
21 0
2 Denmark Mads Conrad-Petersen
Denmark Mads Pieler Kolding
15 0r
4 Russia Vladimir Ivanov
Russia Ivan Sozonov
11 21 19
2 Denmark Mads Conrad-Petersen
Denmark Mads Pieler Kolding
21 19 21

Top Half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
               
1 Denmark M Boe
Denmark C Mogensen
England B Lane
England S Vendy
w / o
England B Lane
England S Vendy
22 12
Netherlands J Maas
Netherlands R Tabeling
24 21
Netherlands J Maas
Netherlands R Tabeling
21 19 29
Scotland A Dunn
Scotland A Hall
16 21 27
Netherlands J Maas
Netherlands R Tabeling
21 21
7 Germany J R Jansen
Germany J Zurwonne
19 13
7 Germany J R Jansen
Germany J Zurwonne
21 21
Slovakia M Dratva
Slovakia M Hliničan
10 11
7 Germany J R Jansen
Germany J Zurwonne
17 24 22
Russia E Dremin
Russia D Grachev
21 22 20
Russia E Dremin
Russia D Grachev
21 21 22
France E Adam
France S Corvee
23 15 20

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
               
3 Denmark K Astrup
Denmark A S Rasmussen
21 21
Belgium M Dierickx
Belgium F Golinski
14 12
3 Denmark K Astrup
Denmark A S Rasmussen
21 21
Bulgaria P Boichinov
Bulgaria I Panev
11 11
Bulgaria P Boichinov
Bulgaria I Panev
21 21
Israel A Bass
Israel S Geffen
12 17
3 Denmark K Astrup
Denmark A S Rasmussen
21 20 21
5 England M Ellis
England C Langridge
8 22 16
5 England M Ellis
England C Langridge
21 21
Italy L Osele
Italy K Strobl
12 17
5 England M Ellis
England C Langridge
21 21
Russia K Abramov
Russia A Zinchenko
12 17
Poland P Prądziński
Poland J Rudziński
13 18
Russia K Abramov
Russia A Zinchenko
21 21

Bottom half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
               
Estonia K Kaljurand
Estonia R Kasner
22 20 12
Republic of Ireland Nguyễn N
Republic of Ireland P Reynolds
20 22 21
Republic of Ireland Nguyễn N
Republic of Ireland P Reynolds
12 7
6 Denmark M Christiansen
Denmark D Daugaard
21 21
Netherlands J Arends
Netherlands R Jille
21 15 22
6 Denmark M Christiansen
Denmark D Daugaard
15 21 24
6 Denmark M Christiansen
Denmark D Daugaard
15 19
4 Russia V Ivanov
Russia I Sozonov
21 21
Norway M Christensen
Norway F Kristensen
12 12
Poland M Bochat
Poland A Cwalina
21 21
Poland M Bochat
Poland A Cwalina
19 10
4 Russia V Ivanov
Russia I Sozonov
21 21
Latvia D Stipsits
Latvia R Zirnwald
14 14
4 Russia V Ivanov
Russia I Sozonov
21 21

Section 4[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
               
France T Gicquel
France R Labar
21 21
Germany D Benz
Germany A Heinz
19 18
France T Gicquel
France R Labar
16 8
8 Germany M Lamsfuß
Germany M E Seidel
21 21
WC Spain J Suárez
Spain A Zapico
9 11
8 Germany M Lamsfuß
Germany M E Seidel
21 21
8 Germany M Lamsfuß
Germany M E Seidel
21 15 18
2 Denmark M C-Petersen
Denmark M P Kolding
13 21 21
England P Briggs
England T Wolfenden
21 21
Italy G Greco
Italy R Maddaloni
13 10
England P Briggs
England T Wolfenden
20 13
2 Denmark M C-Petersen
Denmark M P Kolding
22 21
Bulgaria D Nikolov
Bulgaria I Rusev
13 12
2 Denmark M C-Petersen
Denmark M P Kolding
21 21

Women's doubles[edit]

Seeds[edit]

Wild card[edit]

Badminton Europe (BEC) awarded a wild card entry to Olga Konon and Linda Efler of Germany.[6]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
6 France Émilie Lefel
France Anne Tran
17 21 21
5 Netherlands Selena Piek
Netherlands Cheryl Seinen
21 18 19
6 France Émilie Lefel
France Anne Tran
12 10
2 Bulgaria Gabriela Stoeva
Bulgaria Stefani Stoeva
21 21
3 Denmark Maiken Fruergaard
Denmark Sara Thygesen
10 18
2 Bulgaria Gabriela Stoeva
Bulgaria Stefani Stoeva
21 21

Top Half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
               
1 Denmark K R Juhl
Denmark C Pedersen
Turkey B Ercetin
Turkey N Inci
w / o
Turkey B Ercetin
Turkey N Inci
16 9
Russia E Bolotova
Russia A Davletova
21 21
Russia E Bolotova
Russia A Davletova
21 21
Slovenia I Salehar
Slovenia L Salehar
18 11
Russia E Bolotova
Russia A Davletova
18 11
6 France É Lefel
France A Tran
21 21
6 France É Lefel
France A Tran
21 21
Spain E Fernandez
Spain L Usle
18 7
6 France É Lefel
France A Tran
21 21
Denmark J Finne-Ipsen
Denmark R Søby Hansen
15 12
Denmark J Finne-Ipsen
Denmark R Søby Hansen
21 21
Lithuania V Fomkinaite
Lithuania G Voitechovskaja
7 9

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
               
4 England L Smith
England S Walker
21 21
Ukraine M Ilyinskaya
Ukraine Y Zharka
13 16
4 England L Smith
England S Walker
19 21 21
Sweden E Karlsson
Sweden J Magnusson
21 14 12
Belarus A Cherniavskaya
Belarus A Zaitsava
8 10
Sweden E Karlsson
Sweden J Magnusson
21 21
4 England L Smith
England S Walker
10 10
5 Netherlands S Piek
Netherlands C Seinen
21 21
5 Netherlands S Piek
Netherlands C Seinen
21 21
Latvia I Pope
Latvia M Radovska
13 10
5 Netherlands S Piek
Netherlands C Seinen
21 22
Germany J Goliszewski
Germany L Käpplein
16 20
Czech Republic A Bášová
Czech Republic M Fuchsova
11 14
Germany J Goliszewski
Germany L Käpplein
21 21

Bottom half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
               
Italy S Garino
Italy L Iversen
25 21
Norway S F Jørgensen
Norway N Syvertsen
23 11
Italy S Garino
Italy L Iversen
6 10
8 England C Birch
England J Pugh
21 21
Turkey B Unlu
Turkey E Yazgan
9 9
8 England C Birch
England J Pugh
21 21
8 England C Birch
England J Pugh
11 9
3 Denmark M Fruergaard
Denmark S Thygesen
21 21
Belgium L Jaques
Belgium F Vandenhoucke
14 11
France D Delrue
France L Palermo
21 21
France D Delrue
France L Palermo
19 10
3 Denmark M Fruergaard
Denmark S Thygesen
21 21
Estonia K Kuuba
Estonia H Rüütel
17 19
3 Denmark M Fruergaard
Denmark S Thygesen
21 21

Section 4[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
               
Finland J Nyström
Finland S Pekkola
21 15 21
Republic of Ireland S Boyle
Republic of Ireland R Darragh
15 21 16
Finland J Nyström
Finland S Pekkola
10 12
Netherlands D Jille
Netherlands I van der Aar
21 21
Netherlands D Jille
Netherlands I van der Aar
21 21
7 Germany I Herttrich
Germany C Nelte
13 15
Netherlands D Jille
Netherlands I van der Aar
8 6
2 Bulgaria G Stoeva
Bulgaria S Stoeva
21 21
Hungary N Bukoviczki
Hungary D Gonda
13 9
Sweden A Högström
Sweden C Nistad
21 21
Sweden A Högström
Sweden C Nistad
13 12
2 Bulgaria G Stoeva
Bulgaria S Stoeva
21 21
WC Germany L Efler
Germany O Konon
16 15
2 Bulgaria G Stoeva
Bulgaria S Stoeva
21 21

Mixed doubles[edit]

Seeds[edit]

Wild card[edit]

Badminton Europe (BEC) awarded a wild card entry to Joachim Fischer Nielsen and Alexandra Bøje of Denmark.[6]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
1 England Chris Adcock
England Gabrielle Adcock
21 15 25
5 Germany Mark Lamsfuß
Germany Isabel Herttrich
17 21 23
1 England Chris Adcock
England Gabrielle Adcock
21 17 21
2 Denmark Mathias Christiansen
Denmark Christinna Pedersen
18 21 18
3 England Marcus Ellis
England Lauren Smith
16 21 12
2 Denmark Mathias Christiansen
Denmark Christinna Pedersen
21 19 21

Top Half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
               
1 England C Adcock
England G Adcock
21 21
Poland P Śmiłowski
Poland M Świerczyńska
16 10
1 England C Adcock
England G Adcock
21 21
WC Denmark J F Nielsen
Denmark A Bøje
17 15
France T Gicquel
France D Delrue
16 21
WC Denmark J F Nielsen
Denmark A Bøje
21 23
1 England C Adcock
England G Adcock
21 21
6 Russia E Dremin
Russia E Dimova
14 18
6 Russia E Dremin
Russia E Dimova
21 21
Bulgaria D Yanakiev
Bulgaria M Mitsova
16 7
6 Russia E Dremin
Russia E Dimova
21 21
France B Kersaudy
France L Palermo
18 15
Netherlands J Maas
Netherlands I van der Aar
21 12
France B Kersaudy
France L Palermo
23 21

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
               
4 Netherlands J Arends
Netherlands S Piek
21 21
Switzerland O Schaller
Switzerland C Burkart
14 11
4 Netherlands J Arends
Netherlands S Piek
21 21
Slovakia M Dratva
Slovakia M Repiská
3 9
Slovakia M Dratva
Slovakia M Repiská
21 17 21
Austria D Stipsits
Austria A Meinke
17 21 15
4 Netherlands J Arends
Netherlands S Piek
21 10 16
5 Germany M Lamsfuß
Germany I Herttrich
19 21 21
5 Germany M Lamsfuß
Germany I Herttrich
21 21
Spain A Zapico
Spain L Usle
7 14
5 Germany M Lamfuß
Germany I Herttrich
21 23
Denmark N Nøhr
Denmark S Thygesen
9 21
Estonia S Merits
Estonia K-K Marran
9 11
Denmark N Nøhr
Denmark S Thygesen
21 21

Bottom half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
               
Israel M Zilberman
Israel S Zilberman
17 16
Finland A Kaisti
Finland J Nyström
21 21
Finland A Kaisti
Finland J Nyström
12 21 19
7 Germany M E Seidel
Germany L Efler
21 18 21
Ukraine A Pochtarov
Ukraine N Voytsekh
15 11
7 Germany M E Seidel
Germany L Efler
21 21
7 Germany M E Seidel
Germany L Efler
22 13
3 England M Ellis
England L Smith
24 21
Norway F Kristensen
Norway S F Jørgensen
9 13
Sweden R Eidestedt
Sweden C Nistad
21 21
Sweden R Eidestedt
Sweden C Nistad
11 16
3 England M Ellis
England L Smith
21 21
Netherlands R Tabeling
Netherlands C Seinen
21 11 15
3 England M Ellis
England L Smith
17 21 21

Section 4[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
               
Belarus V Uladzizmir
Belarus K Silich
6 13
Italy K Strobl
Italy S Garino
21 21
Italy K Strobl
Italy S Garino
16 9
8 France R Labar
France A Fontaine
21 21
Czech Republic J Bitman
Czech Republic A Bášová
15 17
8 France R Labar
France A Fontaine
21 21
8 France R Labar
France A Fontaine
16 18
2 Denmark M Christiansen
Denmark C Pedersen
21 21
England B Lane
England J Pugh
19 25
Russia R Alimov
Russia A Davletova
21 27
Russia R Alimov
Russia A Davletova
20 21 9
2 Denmark M Christiansen
Denmark C Pedersen
22 18 21
Republic of Ireland S Magee
Republic of Ireland C Magee
18 16
2 Denmark M Christiansen
Denmark C Pedersen
21 21

References[edit]

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