European Badminton Circuit

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The European Badminton Circuit is a series of international badminton tournaments in Europe, sanctioned by Badminton World Federation (BWF). The circuit consists of BWF International Challenge, BWF International Series and BWF Future Series tournaments held in Europe.[1] The circuit usually starts in September and ends in April.[2]

Prize money[edit]

BWF International Challenge tournaments offers more than $17,500 prize money, while BWF International Series tournaments offers more than $6,000 prize money. BWF Future Series tournaments offers up to $6,000 of prize money. The distribution of prize mone differs on each tournament type. BWF International Challenge tournaments rewards prize money for semifinalist for singles and only both finalist for doubles. BWF International Series tournaments offers prize money for finalist for singles and the doubles champion. BWF Future Series tournaments only distribute prize money to champions of singles and doubles.[1]

Rankings[edit]

Men's singles[edit]

European Badminton Circuit Rankings (Men's Singles)
as of 14 March 2016[3]
# Player Points
1 Denmark Anders Antonsen 22,830
2 Russia Vladimir Malkov 22,240
3 Ukraine Dmytro Zavadsky 20,900
4 France Lucas Claerbout 17,220
5 Spain Pablo Abián 16,600
6 Finland Ville Lång 16,460
7 France Thomas Rouxel 16,080
8 Ukraine Artem Pochtarev 15,710
9 Estonia Raul Must 15,410
10 France Lucas Corvée 15,180

Women's singles[edit]

European Badminton Circuit Rankings (Women's Singles)
as of 14 March 2016[3]
# Player Points
1 Germany Olga Konon 27,800
2 Germany Karin Schnaase 23,520
3 Ukraine Marija Ulitina 20,830
4 Bulgaria Linda Zechiri 20,450
5 Spain Beatriz Corrales 19,760
6 Denmark Natalia Koch Rohde 19,140
7 Netherlands Soraya de Visch Eijbergen 17,370
8 Estonia Kati Tolmoff 17,370
9 Belgium Lianne Tan 17,060
10 Bulgaria Petya Nedelcheva 16,680

Men's doubles[edit]

European Badminton Circuit Rankings (Men's doubles)
as of 14 March 2016[3]
# Player Points
1 Poland Przemysław Wacha 28,400
Poland Adam Cwalina
2 Denmark Mathias Christiansen 22,920
Denmark David Daugaard
3 England Tom Wolfenden 19,170
England Peter Briggs
4 Germany Peter Käsbauer 17,400
Germany Raphael Beck
5 Scotland Martin Campbell 15,790
Scotland Patrick MacHugh
6 Denmark Niclas Nøhr 14,220
Denmark Kasper Antonsen
7 Poland Wojciech Szkudlarczyk 13,760
Poland Pawel Pietryja
8 England Chris Langridge 13,600
England Marcus Ellis
9 France Julien Maio 13,150
France Jordan Corvée
10 France Gaëtan Mittelheisser 12,800
France Bastian Kersaudy

Women's doubles[edit]

European Badminton Circuit Rankings (Women's doubles)
as of 14 March 2016[3]
# Player Points
1 Bulgaria Stefani Stoeva 30,200
Bulgaria Gabriela Stoeva
2 England Lauren Smith 18,840
England Heather Olver
3 Denmark Sara Thygesen 17,320
Denmark Maiken Fruergaard
4 Russia Olga Morozova 16,970
Russia Anastasia Chervyakova
5 Denmark Cecilie Sentow 13,500
Denmark Emilie Juul Moller
6 Sweden Emma Wengberg 11,990
Sweden Clara Nistad
7 Turkey Neslihan Yiğit 11,800
Turkey Özge Bayrak
8 Finland Jenny Nyström 11,120
Finland Mathilda Lindholm
9 Russia Evgeniya Kostetskaya 10,800
Russia Ekaterina Bolotova
10 Germany Johanna Goliszewski 10,600
Germany Carla Nelte

Mixed doubles[edit]

European Badminton Circuit Rankings (Mixed doubles)
as of 14 March 2016[3]
# Player Points
1 Poland Robert Mateusiak 26,800
Poland Nadieżda Zięba
2 France Bastian Kersaudy 18,950
France Lea Palermo
3 Denmark Mathias Christiansen 16,920
Denmark Lena Grebak
4 Germany Marvin Emil Seidel 16,690
Germany Linda Efler
5 England Matthew Nottingham 16,280
England Emily Westwood
6 Denmark Kasper Antonsen 14,040
Denmark Amanda Madsen
7 France Gaëtan Mittelheisser 14,000
France Audrey Fontaine
8 England Greg Mairs 13,960
England Jenny Moore
9 Poland Pawel Pietryja 13,310
Poland Aneta Wojtkowska
10 Russia Rodion Kargaev 13,040
Russia Ekaterina Bolotova

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "BADMINTON EUROPE CIRCUIT Regulations". Retrieved 19 March 2016. 
  2. ^ "Der Badminton Europe Circuit" (in German). Retrieved 19 March 2016. 
  3. ^ a b c d e "Badminton Europe Circuit Ranking". Retrieved 19 March 2016. 

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