1983 Asian Badminton Championships

The Asian Badminton Championships 1983 took place from 1 to 8 December in Calcutta, India.[1] Both individual competitions and men's team competition were conducted. At the end of day, China took titles from four disciplines, Men's singles, Men's doubles, Women's doubles and Men's team competitions while South Korea won Women's singles and Mixed doubles events.[2]

1983 Asian Badminton Championships
Tournament details
Dates1 – 8 December
Edition5
VenueNetaji Indoor Stadium
LocationCalcutta, West Bengal, India
1976 1985

MedalistsEdit

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles   Chen Changjie   Eddy Kurniawan   Park Joo-bong
  Zhao Jianhua
Women's singles   Yoo Sang-hee   Kim Yun-ja   Fan Ming
  Guan Weizhen
Men's doubles   He Shangquan
  Jiang Guoliang
  Sung Han-kuk
  Yoo Byung-hwan
  Hadibowo
  Hafid Yusuf
  Sun Zhian
  Zhao Jianhua
Women's doubles   Fan Ming
  Guan Weizhen
  Kim Bok-sun
  Park Hyun-suk
  Chung Myung-hee
  Yoo Sang-hee
  Lu Qing
  Song Youping
Mixed doubles   Park Joo-bong
  Kim Yun-ja
  Hafid Yusuf
  Ruth Damayanti
  Hadibowo
  Maria Francisca
  Preecha Sopajaree
  Jutatip Banjongsilp
Men's team   China
Chen Changjie
Zhao Jianhua
Jiang Guoliang
He Shangquan
  India
Prakash Padukone
Leroy D'Sa
Uday Pawar
Syed Modi
Partho Ganguli
  Indonesia
Eddy Kurniawan
Hadibowo
Hafid Yusuf
  Japan
Shinji Matsuura
Shuji Matsuno
Tetuaki Inoue
Shyokichi Miyamori

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  China (CHN)4059
2  South Korea (KOR)2327
3  Indonesia (INA)0235
4  India (IND)0101
5  Japan (JPN)0011
  Thailand (THA)0011
Totals (6 nations)661224

Final resultsEdit

Discipline Winner Finalist Score
Men's singles   Chen Changjie   Eddy Kurniawan 11–15, 15–6, 18–15
Women's singles   Yoo Sang-hee   Kim Yun-ja 11–6, 11–2
Men's doubles   He Shangquan
  Jiang Guoliang
  Sung Han-kook
  Yoo Byung-hwan
18–15, 15–4
Women's doubles   Fan Ming
  Guan Weizhen
  Kim Bok-sun
  Park Hyun-suk
15–11, 15–3
Mixed doubles   Park Joo-bong
  Kim Yun-ja
  Hafid Yusuf
  Ruth Damayanti

Semifinal resultsEdit

Discipline Winner Runner-up Score
Men's singles   Chen Changjie   Park Joo-bong 15–9, 15–7
  Eddy Kurniawan   Zhao Jianhua 18–15, 6–15, 18–15
Women's singles   Yoo Sang-hee   Fan Ming 11–7, 9–12, 11–4
  Kim Yun-ja   Guan Weizhen 7–11, 11–4, 11–1
Men's doubles   He Shangquan
  Jiang Guoliang
  Hadibowo
  Hafid Yusuf
15–9, 6–15, 15–1
  Sung Han-kook
  Yoo Byung-hwan
  Sun Zhian
  Zhao Jianhua
15–10, 15–6
Women's doubles   Fan Ming
  Guan Weizhen
  Chung Myung-hee
  Yoo Sang-hee
10–15, 15–6, 17–14
  Kim Bok-sun
  Park Hyun-suk
  Lu Qing
  Song Youping
18–13, 15–10
Mixed doubles   Park Joo-bong
  Kim Yun-ja
  Hadibowo
  Maria Francisca
15–4, 15–5
  Hafid Yusuf
  Ruth Damayanti
  Preecha Sopajaree
  Jutatip Banjongsilp
15–10, 17–14

Men's team resultsEdit

SemifinalsEdit

  1.   China 4 : 1   Japan
  2.   India 3 : 2   Indonesia

FinalEdit

China V/s India

  • China conceded remaining two matches to India.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Pemain2 pilihan bertemu dlm final". Berita Harian (in Malay). 9 December 1983. p. 7.
  2. ^ "China win men's singles, S Korea get women's title". Singapore Monitor. 9 December 1983. p. 42.

3. "Indonesia are in last four". The Straits Times. 4 December 1983. p. 35.

4. "China show shuttle supremacy". The Straits Times. 5 December 1983. p. 47.