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2003 Sudirman Cup

Host city selectionEdit

International Badminton Federation decided to split the IBF World Championships and the Sudirman Cup as separate tournaments starting from 2003. Canada, China, England, Hong Kong, and the Netherlands were the countries interested in hosting the tournaments.[3] Netherlands later announced as host for the first standalone Sudirman Cup tournament.[4]

ResultsEdit

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Group 1Edit

Subgroup 1AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  South Korea   Sweden 5-0
  China   Sweden 5-0
  China   South Korea 3-2

Subgroup 1BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Denmark   England 4-1
  Indonesia   England 3-2
  Denmark   Indonesia 4-1

Relegation playoffEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  England   Sweden 3-0

Semi FinalsEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  China   Indonesia 3-1
  South Korea   Denmark 3-2

FinalEdit

2003 Sudirman Cup Champions
 
South Korea

Third title

Group 2Edit

Subgroup 2AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Hong Kong   Netherlands 3-2
  Hong Kong   Germany 3-2
  Hong Kong   Ukraine 4-1
  Netherlands   Germany 4-1
  Netherlands   Ukraine 5-0
  Germany   Ukraine 5-0

Subgroup 2BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Malaysia   Japan 3-2
  Malaysia   Chinese Taipei 3-2
  Malaysia   Scotland 5-0
  Japan   Chinese Taipei 4-1
  Japan   Scotland 5-0
  Chinese Taipei   Scotland 5-0

PlayoffEdit

Team One Team Two Score Notes
  Hong Kong   Malaysia 3-2 7th-8th
  Japan   Netherlands 3-0 9th-10th
  Chinese Taipei   Germany 3-2 11th-12th
  Ukraine   Scotland 3-0 13th-14th

Group 3Edit

Subgroup 3AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  India   Bulgaria 3-2
  India   Wales 4-1
  India   Austria 4-1
  Bulgaria   Wales 3-2
  Bulgaria   Austria 4-1
  Wales   Austria 5-0

Subgroup 3BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Russia   Finland 4-1
  Russia   United States 4-1
  Russia   Norway 5-0
  Finland   United States 3-2
  Finland   Norway 5-0
  United States   Norway 5-0

PlayoffEdit

Team One Team Two Score Notes
  Russia   India 3-2 15th-16th
  Finland   Bulgaria 3-1 17th-18th
  Wales   United States 3-2 19th-20th
  Austria   Norway 3-0 21st-22nd

Group 4Edit

Subgroup 4AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Poland   Spain 5-0
  Poland   Switzerland 5-0
  Poland   Belgium 5-0
  Spain   Switzerland 3-2
  Spain   Belgium 3-2
  Switzerland   Belgium 3-2

Subgroup 4BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  France   Australia 3-2
  France   Iceland 3-2
  France   Czech Republic 4-1
  Australia   Iceland 3-2
  Australia   Czech Republic 4-1
  Iceland   Czech Republic 3-2

PlayoffEdit

Team One Team Two Score Notes
  Poland   France 3-1 23rd-24th
  Spain   Australia 3-2 25th-26th
  Iceland   Switzerland 3-0 27th-28th
  Belgium   Czech Republic 3-1 29th-30th

Group 5Edit

Subgroup 5AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Slovenia   South Africa 4-1
  Slovenia   Estonia 3-2
  Slovenia   Israel 5-0
  South Africa   Estonia 3-2
  South Africa   Israel 4-1
  Estonia   Israel 4-1

Subgroup 5BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Portugal   Kazakhstan 4-1
  Portugal   Peru 4-1
  Portugal   Slovakia 4-1
  Kazakhstan   Peru 3-2
  Kazakhstan   Slovakia 3-2
  Peru   Slovakia 3-2

PlayoffEdit

Team One Team Two Score Notes
  Portugal   Slovenia 3-1 31st-32nd
  Kazakhstan   Belgium 3-1 33rd-34th
  Peru   Estonia 3-0 35th-36th
  Slovakia   Israel 3-0 37th-38th

Group 6Edit

Subgroup 6AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Hungary   Cyprus 3-2
  Hungary   Greece 4-1
  Hungary   Latvia 5-0
  Cyprus   Greece 3-2
  Cyprus   Latvia 5-0
  Greece   Latvia 5-0

Subgroup 6BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Lithuania   Luxembourg 3-2
  Lithuania   Greenland 5-0
  Lithuania   Gibraltar 5-0
  Luxembourg   Greenland 3-2
  Luxembourg   Gibraltar 5-0
  Greenland   Gibraltar 5-0

PlayoffEdit

Team One Team Two Score Notes
  Hungary   Lithuania 3-2 39th-40th
  Cyprus   Luxembourg 3-2 41st-42nd
  Greece   Greenland 3-1 43rd-44th
  Latvia   Gibraltar 3-1 45th-46th

Group 7Edit

Team One Team Two Score
  Jamaica   Turkey 3-2
  Jamaica   Suriname 5-0
  Jamaica   Faroe Islands 5-0
  Turkey   Suriname 3-2
  Turkey   Faroe Islands 4-1
  Suriname   Faroe Islands 3-2

Final classificationEdit

Group 1
Pos Country
1   Korea
2   China
3   Indonesia
  Denmark
5   England
6   Sweden
Group 2
Pos Country
7   Hong Kong
8   Malaysia
9   Japan
10   Netherlands
11   Chinese Taipei
12   Germany
13   Ukraine
14   Scotland
Group 3
Pos Country
15   Russia
16   India
17   Finland
18   Bulgaria
19   Wales
20   United States
21   Austria
22   Norway
Group 4
Pos Country
23   Poland
24   France
25   Spain
26   Australia
27   Iceland
28   Switzerland
29   Belgium
30   Czech Republic
Group 5
Pos Country
31   Portugal
32   Slovenia
33   Kazakhstan
34   South Africa
35   Peru
36   Estonia
37   Slovakia
38   Israel
Group 6
Pos Country
39   Hungary
40   Lithuania
41   Cyprus
42   Luxembourg
43   Greece
44   Greenland
45   Latvia
46   Gibraltar
Group 7
Pos Country
47   Jamaica
48   Turkey
49   Suriname
50   Faroe Islands

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Mannschaft-WM 2003". Deutscher Badminton Verband. Retrieved 7 July 2017.
  2. ^ "Mannschafts-WM 2003 Eindhoven". Archived from the original on 16 August 2013. Retrieved 20 April 2013.
  3. ^ "Badminton: VM 2003 til England og Holland". Berlingske. Retrieved 12 April 2017.
  4. ^ "Korn Dabbaransi new IBF President". Utusan Online. Archived from the original on 10 April 2017. Retrieved 12 April 2017.
  5. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries.