1995 Sudirman Cup

The 1995 Sudirman Cup was the fourth tournament of the World Mixed Team Badminton Championships. It was held from May 17 to May 20, 1995 in Lausanne, Switzerland.

1995 Sudirman Cup
Tournament details
Dates17 May – 20 May
Edition4th
VenueMalley Sports Centre
LocationLausanne, Switzerland
1993 1997

ResultsEdit

49 teams participated in this edition of Sudirman Cup. Nigeria and Spain also entered but ultimately did not participate.[1]

Group 1Edit

Subgroup AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  China   South Korea 3-2
  China   England 3-2
  South Korea   England 4-1

Subgroup BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Indonesia   Denmark 3-2
  Indonesia   Thailand 5-0
  Denmark   Thailand 4-1

Relegation playoffEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  England   Thailand 3-2

Semi FinalsEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Indonesia   South Korea 4-1
  China   Denmark 4-1

FinalEdit


1995 Sudirman Cup Champions
 
China

First title

Group 2Edit

Team One Team Two Score
  Sweden   Netherlands 5-0
  Sweden   Russia 3-2
  Sweden   Japan 4-1
  Netherlands   Russia 3-2
  Netherlands   Japan 4-1
  Russia   Japan 4-1

Group 3Edit

Team One Team Two Score
  Chinese Taipei   Canada 3-2
  Chinese Taipei   Germany 3-2
  Chinese Taipei   Scotland 3-2
  Canada   Germany 3-2
  Canada   Scotland 4-1
  Germany   Scotland 4-1

Group 4Edit

Team One Team Two Score
  Australia   New Zealand 3-2
  Australia   Hong Kong 4-1
  Australia   Austria 4-1
  New Zealand   Hong Kong 3-2
  New Zealand   Austria 5-0
  Hong Kong   Austria 4-1

Group 5Edit

Team One Team Two Score
  Norway   India 3-2
  Norway   Finland 3-2
  Norway   Czech Republic 4-1
  India   Finland 4-1
  India   Czech Republic 4-1
  Finland   Czech Republic 3-2

Group 6Edit

Team One Team Two Score
  Poland   Switzerland 3-2
  Poland   United States 4-1
  Poland   Iceland 5-0
  Switzerland   United States 2-3
  Switzerland   Iceland 4-1
  United States   Iceland 2-3

Group 7Edit

Team One Team Two Score
  Ukraine   Ireland 4-1
  Ukraine   Bulgaria 4-1
  Ukraine   Wales 3-2
  Ireland   Bulgaria 1-4
  Ireland   Wales 1-4
  Bulgaria   Wales 2-3

Group 8Edit

Team One Team Two Score
  France   Kazakhstan 4-1
  France   Belgium 3-2
  France   Hungary 4-1
  Kazakhstan   Belgium 3-2
  Kazakhstan   Hungary 4-1
  Belgium   Hungary 3-2

Group 9Edit

Team One Team Two Score
  Belarus   Spain 5-0
  Belarus   Peru 5-0
  Belarus   Portugal 4-1
  Belarus   Pakistan 5-0
  Spain   Peru 4-1
  Spain   Portugal 3-2
  Spain   Pakistan 4-1
  Peru   Portugal 3-2
  Peru   Pakistan 3-2
  Portugal   Pakistan 5-0

Group 10Edit

Team One Team Two Score
  Mauritius   Israel 5-0
  Mauritius   Slovenia 5-0
  Mauritius   Cyprus 4-1
  Mauritius   Italy 3-2
  Israel   Slovenia 3-2
  Israel   Cyprus 5-0
  Israel   Italy 5-0
  Slovenia   Cyprus 5-0
  Slovenia   Italy 4-1
  Cyprus   Italy 3-2

Group 11Edit

Team One Team Two Score
  Slovakia   Malta 4-1
  Slovakia   Brazil 5-0
  Slovakia   Argentina 4-1
  Slovakia   Morocco 3-2
  Malta   Brazil 3-2
  Malta   Argentina 4-1
  Malta   Morocco 5-0
  Brazil   Argentina 4-1
  Brazil   Morocco 5-0
  Argentina   Morocco 5-0

Final classificationEdit

Group 1
Pos Country
1   China
2   Indonesia
3   South Korea
3   Denmark
5   England
6   Thailand
Group 2
Pos Country
7   Sweden
8   Netherlands
9   Russia
10   Japan
Group 3
Pos Country
11   Chinese Taipei
12   Canada
13   Germany
14   Scotland
Group 4
Pos Country
15   Australia
16   New Zealand
17   Hong Kong
18   Austria
Group 5
Pos Country
19   Norway
20   India
21   Finland
22   Czech Republic
Group 6
Pos Country
23   Poland
24    Switzerland
25   United States
26   Iceland
Group 7
Pos Country
27   Ukraine
28   Wales
29   Bulgaria
30   Ireland
Group 8
Pos Country
31   France
32   Kazakhstan
33   Belgium
34   Hungary
Group 9
Pos Country
35   Belarus
36   Spain
37   Peru
38   Portugal
39   Pakistan
Group 10
Pos Country
40   Mauritius
41   Israel
42   Slovenia
43   Cyprus
44   Italy
Group 11
Pos Country
45   Slovakia
46   Malta
47   Brazil
48   Argentina
49   Morocco
  Promoted to higher group
  Relegated to lower group

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Populorum, Mike. "Archiv SudirmanCup". sbg.ac.at. Retrieved 8 May 2019.

External linksEdit