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Estimated reading time: 9 minutes Nine of these shuttlers will be aiming for glory at Who won World 2020 badminton?

Tokyo Olympics. The quick feet, the smashes, the gentle takes — Badminton at its best is truly an entertaining spectacle. She won the Silver at the 2015 Asian Championships at 17 years of age, before doing the same at the World Junior Championships. She also won two Bronze medals in the Southeast Asian Games in 2017 and 2019. He Bingjiao China 24-year-old He Bingjiao started making an impact in the badminton world since 2013.

In 2014, she upgraded her World Junior Bronze to a Silver, while she upgraded her Asian Bronze to a Gold in 2015. She also won the 2014 Youth Olympic Games Gold in the same event. Her senior career has also been equally monumental. She won the Bronze at the 2017 Asian Championships Who won World 2020 badminton?

Wuhan, before reaching the finals and clinching a Silver two years later in the same competition. He Bingjiao also won the Bronze medal at the 2018 World Championships held in Nanjing. An Se-young South Korea Se-young is has reached great heights at just 19 Courtesy: Everything Badminton An Se-young is a 19-year-old badminton prodigy slowly finding her place amongst the greats of the sport.

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Her statement win came in 2019, when she beat Spanish star Carolina Marin in a three-set final in the French Open. She has also beaten Chinese legend Li Xuerui in the New Zealand Open.

Along with five titles, Se-young has two runners-up medals as well. Sindhu India started with a Bronze medal at the Asian Who won World 2020 badminton? Championships in 2011. She won the Gold at the Commonwealth Youth Games in the same year, before upgrading her Asian Junior Medal to Gold in 2012. In 2013 Sindhu made a mark at the World Championships, when she reached the semi-finals and won the Bronze medal. She has routinely been amongst the medals since then, winning another Bronze in 2014, two Silvers in 2017 and 2018 and finally the Gold in 2019.

She lost out to Carolina Marin, but her Silver made her an icon in India.

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She also won the Silver at both the 2018 Commonwealth Games and the 2018 Asian Games. Her other notable accolades include Bronze at the Who won World 2020 badminton? Asian Championships and a third placed finish at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. She continued the winning spree in the tournament in both 2010 and 2011. Her first senior title came in 2013 at the age of 18, in Guangzhou. The Thai shuttler also won the Asian Championships in 2015, beating Xuerui again. Her sudden peak mellowed over the years, but she came back strongly in 2019, winning the Bronze medal at the World Championships in Basel.

Who won World 2020 badminton?

She would be looking to add the coveted Olympic medal to her list with a strong showing in Tokyo. Akane Yamaguchi Japan Yamaguchi will be looking to shine on home turf at the Tokyo Olympics Courtesy: Japan Times Yamaguchi will be one of the two home favourites at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. She ruled the junior stage winning the Gold at the World event in both 2013 and 2014. At the Asian Junior Championships, she won the Bronze in the 2012 edition, before winning the Gold in the 2014 tournament.

Although, she failed to win a medal at the 2016 Olympics, finishing in fourth place to fellow countrywoman Okuhara, Yamaguchi has maintained a steady run of form in the Championships.

Who won World 2020 badminton?

The Japanese shuttler won the Gold at the 2019 Asian Championships, having won the Silver two years before. In 2018, she won the Bronze at both the World Championships and the Asian Games. Nozomi Who won World 2020 badminton? Japan Heading into the Tokyo Olympics, Okuhara will be one of the most highly anticipated host country performers. The Japanese shuttler finished third at the Rio Olympics and would be keen to make an upgrade. The 2017 World Championships winner will be one of the favourites, especially with Rio Gold medalist Carolina Marin out.

Okuhara came into the spotlight when she won the Bronze at the World Junior Championships in 2011. She won the Silver at the Asian Junior event in 2012 and upgraded her Bronze to Gold at the 2012 World Junior Championships. She lost to Akane Yamaguchi, but came back with a vengeance two years later, when she won the Gold in Bangkok. The same year saw the Chinese shuttler win the Gold at the World Junior Championships in Bilbao.

In 2017, Chen won the Bronze at the World Championships. The next year she reached the finals of the Asian Championships, losing to Tai Tzu-ying and claiming Silver. Her Silver proved to be the first of many medals that would see her dominate the world and Asian stages. The Chinese Taipei shuttler won the Bronze at the 2014 Asian Championships.

A year later, Who won World 2020 badminton? gained a third place finish at the Asian Championships. She won the Asian title in 2017 and 2018 before winning the Gold at the Asian Games in the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang edition.

She is yet to make an impact at the World Championships or the Olympics and Tokyo seems like the ideal platform for the same. Carolina Marin Spain Marin will miss the Tokyo Olympics due to injury Courtesy: Olympics Marin is a badminton prodigy.

At age 28, she has already achieved all the major titles in her sport and is an icon in her home country. Two years later, she upgraded it to a Gold, while also winning the Bronze on the World Junior stage. Her senior stage performances proved to be even more inspiring. Marin won five consecutive European Championships titles in 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2021. She also won the world title thrice in 2014, 2015 and 2018.

Marin, however, will in Tokyo due to injury, but she still remains one of the best to have taken the court. For more updates, follow onand Who won World 2020 badminton? our community on.

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