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  1. Today's Matches


    Takeshi Kamura/Keigo Sonoda (Jpn) 1-2 Hiroyuki Endo/Yuta Watanbe (Jpn) - Men's Doubles

    Yuki Fukishima/Sayaka Hirota (Jpn) 0-2 Mayu Matsumoto/Wakana Nagahara (Jpn) - Women's Doubles

    Pornpawee Chochuwong (Tha) 0-2 Nozomi Okuhara (Jpn) - Women's Singles

    Lee Zii Jia (Mas) 2-1 Viktor Axelsen (Den) - Men's Singles

    Yuki Kaneko/Misaki Matsutomo (Jpn) 0-2 Yuta Watanabe/Arisa Higashino (Jpn) - Mixed Doubles

  2. Who should I look out for?

    England Badminton stars and husband and wife team Chris and Gabby Adcock have pulled out due to the effects of Long Covid on Gabby.

    Marcus Ellis and Lauren Smith lost out in the semi-finals of the mixed doubles despite having won their opening match.

    In today's finals the women’s singles see's World number two Nozomi Okuhara of Japan take on Pornpawee Chochuwong of Thailand . The men’s title will see Lee Zii Jia of Malaysia face Viktor Axelsen after knocking out favourite Kento Momota of Japan earlier in the tournament.

    Viktor Axelsen
  3. Gabby and Chris Adcock to miss All England Championships

    BBC Sport

    Gabby Adcock says the "horrendous" long-term effects of coronavirus have left her with no choice but to miss the All England Badminton Championships.

    Adcock, 30, first became ill at Christmas but the impact of "long Covid" left her weak, unable to exercise properly and "exhausted".

    She told BBC Sport she is not ready to compete with husband Chris at the five-day event in Birmingham from Wednesday.

    "I don't want to step on court when I'm not conditioned to win," she said.

    Gabby and Chris Adcock
  4. How can I watch the All England Open Badminton Championships?

    All times are GMT and subject to change

    BBC iPlayer

    BBC Sport brings you the oldest and most prestigious tournament in badminton with 50 hours’ worth of coverage over five days from Arena Birmingham - across the BBC Sport website, Red Button and BBC iPlayer.

    You will also be able to catch up on any of the action for up to 30 dayshere.

    Sunday, 21 March

    10:00-15:00 - BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website and app

  5. How to get into badminton

    Get Inspired


    Badminton is one of the most-played sports in the United Kingdom, with more than a million of us taking to the court each month - so, whether you want to play some casual rallies with a pal or have a competitive game, badminton is for everyone.

    It is an easy sport to pick up, most leisure centres have courts and you can hire racquets and shuttlecocks.

    Visit these club locators in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, or contact your local leisure centre if you want to play casually.

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    Video caption: 'My late dad would be proud of me trying to be one of the best in the world'