India Open and Syed Modi International tournament canceled due to Corona

The India Open and Syed Modi International tournament has been canceled due to Corona infection epidemic Both these tournaments have been canceled in the revised calendar of the Badminton World Federation.

Let us tell you that the Indian Open Badminton tournament was scheduled to be held from December 8 to 13, while the Syed Modi International tournament was to be held in Lucknow from seventeen to 22 November. However, earlier the India Open tournament was scheduled to be held from March 24 to 29 in India’s capital Delhi, which was postponed due to corona infection epidemic.

Thomas and Uber Cup finals will be part of the calendar

Let us tell you that due to corona infection this year, no tournament of badminton tournament could be played. The Badminton World Federation has said in a statement that the BWF HSBC BWF World Tour is going to implement the revised … Read More

BWF cancels India Open, Syed Modi tournament in new adjusted calendar

Elwanda Tulloch

Kuala Lumpur, Aug 27 (UNI) The Badminton World Federation (BWF) on Thursday cancelled the India Open Super 500 and the Syed Modi International Super 300 tournaments, as they announced the adjusted calendar for 2020, in order to save the season disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

‘After discussions with @bwfmedia & after weighing the concerns of COVID pandemic it’s been decided that both #SyedModiInternational & #IndiaOpen stand cancelled for this year. The safety of players & other stakeholders connected to the game is paramount.We hope to return in 2021,’ the Badminton Association of India (BAI) tweeted.

The India Open, which was originally scheduled in March, was to be held from December 8 to 13 in New Delhi and Syed Modi was slated for November 17 to 22 in Lucknow in the previously revised calendar.

‘The Badminton World Federation (BWF) will implement an adjusted tournament calendar for the HSBC BWF World Tour

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Dannevirke Badminton Club wins Packer Tournament

Elwanda Tulloch

The Dannevirke Sports Stadium on Saturday August 8 was a place of much exertion and sweat as adult pairs attempted to direct by means of pace and guile a small shuttlecock so that their opposition could not return it.

Yes, it was once again the Packer Tournament in which three clubs compete for the Packer Trophy in a doubles competition. The clubs are Feilding, Monrad from Palmerston North and Dannevirke and they have been competing for many years, having Pahiatua as a fourth member until the club folded.

It is a rather unusual tournament because you can compete for a club if you have played for it before, even if you belong to another now, so on tournament day a club is never quite sure how many players it has.

On the Saturday 16 men and 14 women competed, playing men’s and women’s doubles in the morning and mixed doubles

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Annual Albany Badminton Tournament attracts strong numbers this weekend

Elwanda Tulloch

A capacity field will contest the annual Albany Badminton Tournament at the Albany PCYC this weekend.

Amity Badminton Club, which has about 17 members, will host the tournament on Saturday and Sunday featuring both men’s and women’s doubles and mixed doubles games with players from all over the State making the trip down.

A capacity field of 48 players has registered and will be split into eight teams of six, three ladies and three men in each team.

Players from Albany, Denmark, Manjimup, Pemberton, Bunbury, Narrogin, Mandurah and Kalgoorlie will take part.

Event organiser Jessie Coad said everyone was looking forward to competitive badminton.

“After such a frustrating period in the past few months for everyone, missing out on sport has been hard,” she said.

“Being involved in such a responsible community, we are lucky enough to hold our Albany Tournament on the original weekend it was due to be

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