1960 All England Badminton Championships

The 1960 All England Championships was a badminton tournament held at Wembley, London, England, from 16–20 March 1960.[1]

1960 All England Championships
Tournament details
Dates16 March 1960 (1960-03-16)
20 March 1960 (1960-03-20)
Edition50th
VenueWembley
LocationLondon
← < 1959 1961 > →

The ladies champion Heather Ward moved to South Africa and did not defend her title.

Final resultsEdit

Category Winners Runners-up Score
Men's singles   Erland Kops   Charoen Wattanasin 15-1, 11-15, 15-6
Women's singles   Judy Devlin   Margaret Varner 11-1, 11-9
Men's doubles   Finn Kobberø & Poul-Erik Nielsen   Lim Say Hup & Teh Kew San 14-17, 15-3, 15-11
Women's doubles   Sue Devlin & Judy Devlin   Kirsten Thorndahl & Inge Birgit Hansen 15-3, 15-6
Mixed doubles   Finn Kobberø & Kirsten Thorndahl   Poul-Erik Nielsen & Inge Birgit Hansen 15-7, 15-2

ResultsEdit

Men's SinglesEdit

Section 1Edit

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
1   Erland Kops 15 15
  James 'Chick' Doyle 3 5 1   Kops 15 15
  I P S Gill 18 15   Gill 1 10
  Harry Parmar 16 5 1   Kops 15 15
  Teh Kew San + 7 15 15   Kew San 13 9
  Goran Wahlqvist 15 2 11   Kew San 15 15
  Peter Waddell 15 15   Waddell 5 8
  Bill Havers 6 12 1   Kops 15 15
  Thanoo Khadjadbhye + 15 15   Khadjadbhye 5 3
  Roger Mills 4 12   Khadjadbhye 15 15
  Jørgen Hammergaard Hansen 18 15   H-Hansen 10 12
  J Lanning 16 11   Khadjadbhye 10 15 18
  Ferry Sonneville + 9 15 15   Sonneville 15 19 17
  Trevor Coates 15 4 7   Sonneville 15 15
  Knud Aage Nielsen 15 8   Nielsen 9 6
  Bjorn Holst-Christensen 11 3 ret

Section 2Edit

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
2   Charoen Wattanasin w/o
  Chandrakant Deoras 2   Wattanasin 15 15
  Ong Chong Jin 15 15   Chong Jin 9 6
  Dick Hashman 4 10 2   Wattanasin 9 15 15
  Henning Borch + 15 15   Borch 15 1 11
  Tony Jordan 1 8   Borch 15 15
  B K Wong 15 15   Wong 5 2
  Kean Hua Yeoh 5 12 2   Wattanasin 15 15
  Finn Kobberø + 15 15   Kobbero 11 8
  Vikram Bhat 4 8   Kobbero 15 15
  Lee Kin Tat 15 15   Kin Tat 2 0
  Gordon Rowlands 3 6   Kobbero 15 15
  Berndt Dahlberg + 15 15   Dahlberg 6 10
  Hugh Findlay 4 8   Dahlberg 15 15
  Colin Beacom 15 15   Beacon 7 6
  David Rowe 10 9

Women's SinglesEdit

Section 1Edit

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
  Judy Devlin + 11 11
  Annette Schmidt 4 2   Devlin J 11 11
  M J Frost 11 12   Frost 2 1
  Mumtaj Chinoy Lotwalla 5 9   Devlin J 11 11
  Mary O'Sullivan + 11 11   O'Sullivan 1 4
  Glenys Hopkinson 3 0   O'Sullivan 11 11
  B Holborn 0 11 11   Holborn 1 3
  Audrey Marshall 11 6 9   Devlin J 11 11
  Wilma Tyre + 11 11   Tyre 0 1
  Val Gow 6 4   Tyre 11 12
  Meena Shah 11 11   Shah 6 11
  Anita Price 6 0   Tyre 11 11
  Ursula Smith 7 11 12   Smith 6 8
  S J Baldwin 11 2 10   Smith 14 11 11
  Sue Devlin + 11 11   Devlin S 11 2 2
  K Jensen 0 1

Section 2Edit

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
  Margaret Varner + 11 11
  H C Gunerin 6 0   Varner 11 11
  Sheila Ryder 11 3 11   Ryder 7 5
  Lena Rea 5 11 7   Varner 11 11
  Hanne Jensen 11 11   Jensen 2 7
  Catherine Dunglison 4 8   Jensen 11 10 11
  Sonya Cox + 11 11   Cox 8 12 5
  Prema Prasher 1 7   Varner 11 11
  Pratuang Pattabongse + 11 11   Pattabongse 2 9
  Angela Bairstow 9 3   Pattabongse 12 11
  Heather Robson 12 11   Robson 10 2
  Jenny Pritchard 9 1   Pattabongse 11 4 11
  Tonny Holst-Christensen + 6 11 11   Holst-C 5 11 6
  Yvonne Kelly 11 4 6   Holst-C 12 11
  Margaret Barrand 12 11   Barrand 11 7
  B Bird 10 4

+ seeded player

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The Times & the Sunday Times". Archived from the original on 18 January 2017. Retrieved 14 September 2012.