Badminton at the 2018 Commonwealth Games – Women's doubles

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Badminton – Women's doubles
at the 2018 Commonwealth Games
Badminton pictogram.svg
Venue Carrara Sports and Leisure Centre, Gold Coast
Dates 10 – 15 April 2018
Medalists
gold medal    Malaysia
silver medal    England
bronze medal    India
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The women's doubles badminton event at the 2018 Commonwealth Games was held from 10 to 15 April 2018 at the Carrara Sports and Leisure Centre on the Gold Coast, Australia.[1] The defending gold medalist was Vivian Hoo and Woon Khe Wei of Malaysia. This year, Woon did not play for the games.

The athletes were drawn into an elimination stage draw. Once a pair lost a match, they will be no longer able to compete. Each match was contested as the best of three games.

The draw for the competition was done on 2 April 2018.[2]

Seeds[edit]

The seeds for the tournament were:[3]

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

Results[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
1  Setyana Mapasa (AUS)
 Gronya Somerville (AUS)
15 15
3  Lauren Smith (ENG)
 Sarah Walker (ENG)
21 21
3  Lauren Smith (ENG)
 Sarah Walker (ENG)
12 12
 Chow Mei Kuan (MAS)
 Vivian Hoo (MAS)
21 21
 Chow Mei Kuan (MAS)
 Vivian Hoo (MAS)
17 21 21
2  Ashwini Ponnappa (IND)
 N. Sikki Reddy (IND)
21 15 4 Bronze medal match
1  Setyana Mapasa (AUS)
 Gronya Somerville (AUS)
19 19
2  Ashwini Ponnappa (IND)
 N. Sikki Reddy (IND)
21 21

Top Half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals
1  Setyana Mapasa (AUS)
 Gronya Somerville (AUS)
21 21
 Alissa Dean (FIJ)
 Danielle Whiteside (FIJ)
21 18 21  Alissa Dean (FIJ)
 Danielle Whiteside (FIJ)
3 6
 Alana Bailey (JAM)
 Katherine Wynter (JAM)
18 21 17 1  Setyana Mapasa (AUS)
 Gronya Somerville (AUS)
21 21
 Elise Dixon (JER)
 Emily Temple Redshaw (JER)
9 10  Soniia Cheah (MAS)
 Shevon Jemie Lai (MAS)
15 16
 Sinead Chambers (NIR)
 Rachael Darragh (NIR)
21 21  Sinead Chambers (NIR)
 Rachael Darragh (NIR)
19 7
 Soniia Cheah (MAS)
 Shevon Jemie Lai (MAS)
21 21  Soniia Cheah (MAS)
 Shevon Jemie Lai (MAS)
21 21
 Grace Atipaka (GHA)
 Gifty Mensah (GHA)
8 4

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals
3  Lauren Smith (ENG)
 Sarah Walker (ENG)
21 21
 Juliette Ah-Wan (SEY)
 Allisen Camille (SEY)
10 10  Julie MacPherson (SCO)
 Eleanor O'Donnell (SCO)
13 10
 Julie MacPherson (SCO)
 Eleanor O'Donnell (SCO)
21 21 3  Lauren Smith (ENG)
 Sarah Walker (ENG)
21 21
 Zoe Morris (FAI)
 Cheryl March (FAI)
3 5  Thilini Pramodika Hendahewa (SRI)
 Kavidi Sirimannage (SRI)
12 16
 Michelle Butler-Emmett (RSA)
 Elsie de Villiers (RSA)
21 21  Michelle Butler-Emmett (RSA)
 Elsie de Villiers (RSA)
9 9
 Palwasha Bashir (PAK)
 Mahoor Shahzad (PAK)
6 15  Thilini Pramodika Hendahewa (SRI)
 Kavidi Sirimannage (SRI)
21 21
 Thilini Pramodika Hendahewa (SRI)
 Kavidi Sirimannage (SRI)
21 21

Bottom Half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals
 Rachel Honderich (CAN)
 Kristen Tsai (CAN)
21 21
 Karyn Gibsoon (FIJ)
 Andra Whiteside (FIJ)
4 7  Rachel Honderich (CAN)
 Kristen Tsai (CAN)
17 16
 Chow Mei Kuan (MAS)
 Vivian Hoo (MAS)
21 21  Chow Mei Kuan (MAS)
 Vivian Hoo (MAS)
21 21
 Everlyn Siamupangila (ZAM)
 Ogar Siamupangila (ZAM)
3 6  Chow Mei Kuan (MAS)
 Vivian Hoo (MAS)
21 21
 Elena Johnson (GUE)
 Chloe le Tissier (GUE)
21 21 4  Chloe Birch (ENG)
 Jessica Pugh (ENG)
11 6
 Eyram Migbodzi (GHA)
 Stella Koteikai Amasah (GHA)
10 14  Elena Johnson (GUE)
 Chloe le Tissier (GUE)
5 9
4  Chloe Birch (ENG)
 Jessica Pugh (ENG)
21 21

Section 4[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals
 Hasini Ambalangodage (SRI)
 Madushika Dilrukshi Beruwelage (SRI)
21 21
 Kimberley Clague (IOM)
 Cristen Marritt (IOM)
13 19  Hasini Ambalangodage (SRI)
 Madushika Dilrukshi Beruwelage (SRI)
21 21
 Shamim Bangi (UGA)
 Aisha Nakiyemba (UGA)
 Aurelie Marie Elisa Allet (MRI)
 Nicki Chan-Lam (MRI)
6 9
 Aurelie Marie Elisa Allet (MRI)
 Nicki Chan-Lam (MRI)
w / o  Hasini Ambalangodage (SRI)
 Madushika Dilrukshi Beruwelage (SRI)
11 13
 Renuga Veeran (AUS)
 Leanne Choo (AUS)
20 21 18 2  Ashwini Ponnappa (IND)
 N. Sikki Reddy (IND)
21 21
 Ong Ren-Ne (SGP)
 Crystal Wong Jia Ying (SGP)
22 16 21  Ong Ren-Ne (SGP)
 Crystal Wong Jia Ying (SGP)
18 13
2  Ashwini Ponnappa (IND)
 N. Sikki Reddy (IND)
21 21

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Badminton". gc2018.com. Gold Coast 2018. Retrieved 8 April 2017.
  2. ^ Draw
  3. ^ Seeding List