Czech International

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The Czech Open in badminton is an international open held in the Czech Republic since 1993.[1] This tournament followed the Czechoslovakian Open and is often used by European, in particular Danish, new generation talents as jump board into the European point. In 2017, the Český Badmintonový Svaz held two level 4 tournaments, the Future Series in Karviná and the International Challenge in Brno.[2]

Previous winners[edit]

Year Men's singles Women's singles Men's doubles Women's doubles Mixed doubles
1993 Denmark Jim Laugesen Denmark Mette Sørensen England Neil Cottrill
England John Quinn
Russia Nadezhda Chervyakova
Russia Marina Yakusheva
England John Quinn
England Nicola Beck
1994 Denmark Henrik Sörensen Austria Irina Serova Denmark Henrik Sörensen
Denmark Claus Simonsen
Denmark Lene Sörensen
Denmark Mette Sørensen
Austria Jürgen Koch
Austria Irina Serova
1995 Denmark Thomas Soegaard Russia Elena Rybkina Denmark Thomas Stavngaard
Denmark Janek Roos
Denmark Michelle Rasmussen
Denmark Mette Sørensen
Denmark Janek Roos
Denmark Pernille Harder
1996 Sweden Daniel Ericsson Denmark Tanja Berg Sweden Johan Tholinsson
Sweden Henrik Andersson
Denmark Ann-Lou Jørgensen
Denmark Christina Sörensen
Denmark Jonas Rasmussen
Denmark Ann-Lou Jørgensen
1997 Sweden Martin Hagberg Scotland Anne Gibson England James Anderson
England Ian Sullivan
England Rebeka Pantaney
England Gail Emms
England Ian Sulivan
England Gail Emms
1998 England Robert Nock Russia Ella Karachkova England Graham Hurrell
England Paul Jeffrey
England Lorraine Cole
England Tracey Dineen
England Anthony Clark
England Lorraine Cole
1999 Germany Katja Michalowsky Bulgaria Svetoslav Stojanov
Bulgaria Michal Popov
England Liza Parker
England Suzanne Rayappan
Sweden Ola Molin
Sweden Johanna Persson
2000 Netherlands Gerben Bruystens Denmark Christina B. Sörensen Denmark Thomas Hovgaard
Denmark Jesper Mikla
Denmark Britta Andersen
Denmark Lene Mork
Denmark Mathias Boe
Denmark Britta Andersen
2001 Canada Bobby Milroy England Rebecca Panteney France Michael Popov
France Manuel Dubrulle
Poland Nadiezda Kostiuczyk
Poland Kamila Augustyn
England Kristian Roebuck
England Natalie Munt
2002 Poland Przemysław Wacha Sweden Sara Persson France Svetoslav Stoyanov
France Vincent Laigle
Sweden Johanna Persson
Sweden Elin Berglom
Belarus Andrey Konakh
Poland Nadiezda Kostiuczyk
2003 Denmark Michael Christensen Bulgaria Petya Nedelcheva France Michael Popov
France Manuel Dubrulle
Bulgaria Petya Nedelcheva
Bulgaria Nely Boteva
Canada Mike Beres
Canada Jody Patrick
2004 Sweden Per-Henrik Croona Germany Katja Michalowsky Canada Mike Beres
Canada William Milroy
Denmark Britta Andersen
Denmark Mie Schjott Kristensen
Denmark Jesper Thomsen
Denmark Britta Andersen
2005 Poland Przemysław Wacha Scotland Susan Hughes England Chris Langridge
England Chris Tonks
Poland Nadiezda Kostiuczyk
Poland Kamila Augustyn
Sweden Henri Hurskainen
Sweden Johanna Persson
2006 Denmark Jan Ø. Jørgensen Iceland Ragna Ingolfsdottir England Robert Adcock
England Robin Middleton
Denmark Mie Schjott-Kristensen
Denmark Christinna Pedersen
England Liza Parker
England Robin Middleton
2007 India Arvind Bhat Netherlands Rachel van Cutsen Denmark Kasper Henriksen
Denmark Rasmus Bonde
Denmark Rasmus Bonde
Denmark Christinna Pedersen
2008 India Chetan Anand Russia Ella Diehl Denmark Kasper Henriksen
Denmark Christian Skovgaard
Denmark Helle Nielsen
Denmark Marie Roepke
Denmark Rasmus Bonde
Denmark Helle Nielsen
2009 Czech Republic Petr Koukal India Trupti Murgunde Denmark Mads Conrad-Petersen
Denmark Mads Pieler Kolding
Denmark Maria Helsbol
Denmark Anne Skelbaek
Indonesia Viki Indra Okvana
Indonesia Gustiani Megawati
2010 India Ajay Jayaram Denmark Karina Jörgensen England Chris Langridge
England Robin Middleton
Netherlands Selena Piek
Netherlands Iris Tabeling
Denmark Anders Skaarup Rasmussen
Denmark Anne Skelbaek
2011 Poland Przemyslaw Wacha Czech Republic Kristina Gavnholt Poland Adam Cwalina
Poland Michal Logosz
Russia Valeria Sorokina
Russia Nina Vislova
Russia Alexandr Nikolaenko
Russia Nina Vislova
2012 Denmark Joachim Persson Scotland Kirsty Gilmour England Chris Langridge
England Peter Mills
England Heather Olver
England Kate Robertshaw
England Chris Langridge
England Heather Olver
2013 India Anup Sridhar Poland Adam Cwalina
Poland Przemyslaw Wacha
Scotland Imogen Bankier
Bulgaria Petya Nedelcheva
Chinese Taipei Wang Chi-lin
Chinese Taipei Wu Ti-jung
2014 Germany Marc Zwiebler Canada Michelle Li Canada Rachel Honderich
Canada Michelle Li
Sweden Jonathan Nordh
Sweden Emelie Fabbeke
2015 Scotland Kirsty Gilmour Germany Isabel Herttrich
Germany Birgit Michels
Russia Vitalij Durkin
Russia Nina Vislova
2016 Spain Pablo Abián Denmark Natalia Koch Rohde Chinese Taipei Lu Ching-yao
Chinese Taipei Yang Po-han
England Lauren Smith
England Sarah Walker
Denmark Mathias Bay-Smidt
Denmark Alexandra Boje
2017 FS Czech Republic Milan Ludik Chinese Taipei Lin Sih-yun Poland Lukasz Moren
Poland Wojciech Szkudlarczyk
Ukraine Maryna Ilyinskaya
Ukraine Yelyzaveta Zharka
Czech Republic Jakub Bitman
Czech Republic Alzbeta Basova
2017 IC Japan Kento Momota Turkey Neslihan Yigit Poland Milosz Bochat
Poland Adam Cwalina
Japan Erina Honda
Japan Nozomi Shimizu
Denmark Mathias Bay-Smidt
Denmark Alexandra Boje

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Czech Republic". Badminton Europe. Retrieved 21 May 2017. 
  2. ^ "Home players to figure in Karvina". Badminton Europe. Retrieved 21 May 2017. 

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