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Summary

  1. Tai Tzu Ying (Tpe) beats Ratchanok Intanon (Tha) 21-16, 22-20 to win the women's singles final
  2. Gideon/Sukamuljo (Ina) beat Li/Liu (Chn) 21-19, 21-14 to win the men's doubles final
  3. Chang/Lee (Kor) beat Juhl/Pedersen (Den) 21-18, 21-13 to win the women's doubles final
  4. Lee Chong Wei (Mas) beats Shi Yuqi (Chn) 21-12, 21-10 to win the men's singles final
  5. Lu/Huang (Chn) beat Chan/Goh (Mas) 18-21, 21-19, 21-16 to win the mixed doubles final
  6. Badminton World Federation Superseries Premier event, one of five top-tier global tournaments

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

Today's results

Action began at 12:00 GMT

BBC Sport is showing all of today's finals: 

Lu/Huang  (Chn) beat  Chan/Goh  (Mas) 18-21, 21-19, 21-16 to win the mixed doubles final

Lee Chong Wei  (Mas) beats  Shi Yuqi  (Chn) 21-12, 21-10 to win the men's singles final

Chang/Lee (Kor) beat Juhl/Pedersen (Den) 21-18, 21-13 in the women's doubles final

Gideon/Sukamuljo (Ina) beat Li/Liu (Chn) 21-19, 21-14 to win the men's doubles final

Tai Tzu Ying (Tpe) beats Ratchanok Intanon (Tha) 21-16, 22-20 to win the women's singles final

Watch: Adcocks lose semi-final in dramatic fashion

England's Gabby and Chris Adcock are match point away from reaching the All England Badminton final in Birmingham, only to lose to Chinese pair Kai Lu and Huang Yaqiong after the strings on Chris' racquet break. 

Catch up below.

Adcocks match point away from win, lose dramatically

How do I get into badminton?

Badminton is widely a widely accessible sport played across the country. Find out how you can get involved through our Get Inspired series by clicking  here .

For a list of upcoming badminton events and activities to encourage participation in sport across the UK, click  here .

Gail Emms
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WATCH: Sukamuljo's 'sensational' behind back shot

Indonesian Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo plays a "sensational" behind the back shot in the men's doubles semi-finals at the All England Open in Birmingham.  

Watch it below.

He features in the men's doubles final later today. 

All England Open: Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo's 'sensational' behind back shot

What’s on today?

Today is the finals day as all five disciplines will be taking place on one court as they battle it out for glory. BBC Sport’s coverage will start at 11:30 GMT and run until 17:00 GMT .  

Coverage of The All England Open Badminton Championships.
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Who are the current champions?

Men’s singles: Lin Dan (CHINA)

Women’s singles: Nozomi Okuhara (JAPAN)

Men’s doubles: Vladimir Ivanov/ Iva Sozonov (RUSSIA)

Women’s doubles: Misaki Matsutomo/ Ayaka Takahashi (JAPAN)

Mixed doubles: Praveen Jordan/ Debby Susanto (INDONESIA)


          China's Lin Dan after winning last year's men's singles title.
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China's Lin Dan after winning last year's men's singles title.

How do the All England Open Badminton Championships work?

  • There are five disciplines ; men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles.
  • It’s the first to 21 points and players must win by two clear points . Matches are best out of three sets , meaning a player must win two out of the three to win the match.
  • There are six rounds ; the qualifiers, round one, round two, the quarter-finals on Friday, the semi-finals on Sunday and the final on Sunday.
  • The courts are marked by; a line down the centre, a short service line close to the net, and by sets of tramlines at the side and back of the court. These tramlines can only be used in doubles, making it similar to a tennis court.
Badminton Court
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When are the Championships?

The Championships will take place Tuesday 7th – Sunday 12th March 2017 at the Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham.

Qualification and First Round games took place on 7th-8th March. BBC Sport will start its coverage of the Championships on 9th and it will continue through to the 12th.

What’s the history of the tournament?

Played annually, it is the world’s oldest badminton tournament. It was first held in London’s Horticultural Halls in 1899 and has only ever been halted twice- due to the two World Wars.

England’s George Alan Thomas is the most successful player to have played in the Championships, winning a record 21 times including four men’s singles, nine men’s doubles and eight mixed doubles titles.

The Championships, 1938.
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The All England Open Badminton Championships, 1938.