2007 BWF Grand Prix Gold and Grand Prix
The 2007 BWF Grand Prix Gold and Grand Prix was the inaugural season of BWF Grand Prix Gold and Grand Prix under the new tournament structure introduced by Badminton World Federation (BWF). It was held from February 28 and will end on December 12, 2007. 12 events were planned, but India Open Grand Prix Gold was cancelled following the bomb blast in the city. The organizers decided to postpone the tournament to indefinite date. However, the President of Badminton Association of India said the tournament is likely to take place from January 7 to January 13, 2008. But BWF later confirmed the event was cancelled. Had the tournament been held, it would be have been held in Kotla Vijay Bhaskar Reddy Indoor Stadium, Hyderabad from 4–9 September 2007.
|1||German Open Grand Prix||RWE-Sporthalle||Mülheim||February 27||March 4|
|2||New Zealand Open Grand Prix||Auckland Badminton Hall||Auckland||May 15||May 20|
|3||Thailand Open Grand Prix Gold||Nimibutr Stadium||Bangkok||July 3||July 8|
|4||Philippines Open Grand Prix Gold||PhilSports Complex||Manila||July 17||July 22|
|5||U.S. Open Grand Prix||Orange County Badminton Club||Orange||August 27||September 1|
|6||Chinese Taipei Open Grand Prix Gold||Taipei County Shinjuang Stadium||Taipei||September 18||September 23|
|7||Macau Open Grand Prix Gold||Macau Polytechnic Institute Multisport Pavilion||Macau||October 2||October 7|
|8||Bitburger Open Grand Prix||Saarlandhalle Saarbrücken||Saarbrücken||October 2||October 7|
|9||Dutch Open Grand Prix||Topsportcentrum||Almere||October 16||October 21|
|10||Vietnam Open Grand Prix||Quan Ngua Sports Palace||Hanoi||November 6||November 11|
|11||Russia Open Grand Prix Gold||CSKA Universal Sports Hall||Moscow||November 4||November 9|
Performance by countriesEdit
Tabulated below are the Grand Prix performances based on countries. Only countries who have won a title are listed:
Grand Prix GoldEdit
|Men's singles||Chen Hong||Boonsak Ponsana||21–14, 11–21, 23–21|
|Women's singles||Zhu Lin||Zhou Mi||20–22, 21–5, 21–4|
|Men's doubles||Lee Jae-jin / Hwang Ji-man||Jung Jae-sung / Lee Yong-dae||21–19, 19–21, 21–9|
|Mixed doubles||Gao Ling / Huang Sui||Du Jing / Yu Yang||walkover|
|Women's doubles||He Hanbin / Yu Yang||Han Sang-hoon / Hwang Yu-mi||21–12, 21–14|
|Men's singles||Lee Chong Wei||Chen Hong||21–9, 21–15|
|Women's singles||Zhou Mi||Zhu Jingjing||21–18, 21–12|
|Men's doubles||Koo Kien Keat / Tan Boon Heong||Guo Zhendong / Xie Zhongbo||21–8, 26–24|
|Women's doubles||Chien Yu Chin / Cheng Wen-Hsing||Pan Pan / Tian Qing||22–20, 21–14|
|Mixed doubles||Nova Widianto / Liliyana Natsir||Han Sang-hoon / Hwang Yu-mi||21–17, 21–13|
|Men's singles||Sony Dwi Kuncoro||Taufik Hidayat||18–21, 21–6, 21–13|
|Women's singles||Wang Chen||Pi Hongyan||21–18, 14–21, 26–24|
|Men's doubles||Markis Kido / Hendra Setiawan||Lars Paaske / Jonas Rasmussen||21–17, 21–12|
|Women's doubles||Chien Yu Chin / Cheng Wen-Hsing||Liliyana Natsir / Vita Marissa||21–15, 17–21, 21–18|
|Mixed doubles||Flandy Limpele / Vita Marissa||Thomas Laybourn / Kamilla Rytter Juhl||21–18, 25–23|
|Men's singles||Chen Jin||Taufik Hidayat||19–21, 21–17, 21–18|
|Women's singles||Xie Xingfang||Jun Jae-youn||21–10, 21–10|
|Men's doubles||Koo Kien Keat / Tan Boon Heong||Choong Tan Fook / Lee Wan Wah||21–18, 17–21, 23–21|
|Women's doubles||Gao Ling / Huang Sui||Lee Kyung-won / Lee Hyo-jung||21–15, 21–7|
|Mixed doubles||Xie Zhongbo / Zhang Yawen||Fang Chieh-Min / Cheng Wen-Hsing||21–14, 21–16|
|Men's singles||Lü Yi||Andre Kurniawan Tedjono||21–19, 11–21, 21–10|
|Women's singles||Wang Yihan||Xu Huaiwen||21–17, 16–21, 21–19|
|Men's doubles||Kristof Hopp / Ingo Kindervater||Shuichi Sakamato / Shintaro Ikeda||21–16, 22–20|
|Women's doubles||Du Jing / Yu Yang||Chien Yu Chin / Cheng Wen-Hsing||21–14, 21–14|
|Mixed doubles||Nadieżda Kostiuczyk / Robert Mateusiak||Yu Yang / He Hanbin||25–23, 13–21, 21–13|
|Men's singles||Lin Dan||Chen Yu||walkover|
|Women's singles||Xie Xingfang||Xu Huaiwen||19–21, 21–12, 21–19|
|Men's doubles||Lee Jae-jin / Hwang Ji-man||Jung Jae-sung / Lee Yong-dae||21–18, 22–20|
|Women's doubles||Yang Wei / Zhang Jiewen||Du Jing / Yu Yang||21–8, 21–7|
|Mixed doubles||Zheng Bo / Gao Ling||Xu Chen / Zhao Tingting||21–11, 21–10|
|Men's singles||Andre Kurniawan Tedjono||Wong Choong Hann||13–21, 21–18, 21–14|
|Women's singles||Zhou Mi||Chie Umezu||21–13, 21–10|
|Men's doubles||Chan Chong Ming / Hoon Thien How||Albert Susanto Njoto / Yohan Hadikusuma Wiratama||21–14, 20–22, 21–11|
|Women's doubles||Ikue Tatani / Aya Wakisaka||Meiliana Jauhari / Shendy Puspa Irawati||21–17, 15–21, 21–16|
|Mixed doubles||Devin Lahardi Fitriawan / Lita Nurlita||Anggun Nugroho / Nitya Krishinda Maheswari||21–16, 21–15|
|Men's singles||Lee Tsuen Seng||Yousuke Nakanishi||21–14, 21–10|
|Women's singles||Jun Jae-youn||Lee Yun-hwa||21–18, 21–16|
|Men's doubles||Tadashi Ohtsuka / Keita Masuda||Howard Bach / Khan Malaythong||21–18, 21–11|
|Women's doubles||Miyuki Maeda / Satoko Suetsuna||Aki Akao / Tomomi Matsuda||16–21, 21–14, 21–15|
|Mixed doubles||Keita Masuda / Miyuki Maeda||Howard Bach / Eva Lee||19–21, 21–11, 21–19|
|Men's singles||Lü Yi||Lee Tsuen Seng||23–21, 19–21, 21–15|
|Women's singles||Wang Yihan||Juliane Schenk||16–21, 21–10, 21–17|
|Men's doubles||Mathias Boe / Carsten Mogensen||Robert Blair / David Lindley||21–17, 21–15|
|Women's doubles||Yang Wei / Zhang Jiewen||Joanne Nicholas / Natalie Munt||21–11, 21–10|
|Mixed doubles||Kristof Hopp / Birgit Overzier||Robert Blair / Imogen Bankier||21–17, 21–17|
|Men's singles||Lee Yen Hui Kendrick||Przemysław Wacha||20–22, 21–11, 21–18|
|Women's singles||Li Wenyan||Judith Meulendijks||21–18, 21–19|
|Men's doubles||Rian Sukmawan / Yonatan Suryatama Dasuki||Rendra Wijaya / Fran Kurniawan||21–13, 21–12|
|Women's doubles||Anastasia Russkikh / Ekaterina Ananina||Nina Vislova / Valeria Sorokina||20–22, 21–15, 21–13|
|Mixed doubles||Rasmus Bonde Nissen / Christinna Pedersen||Hendri Kurniawan Saputra / Li Yujia||21–16, 21–14|
|Men's singles||Roslin Hashim||Andre Kurniawan Tedjono||21–12, 23–21|
|Women's singles||Zhu Jingjing||Yu Hirayama||21–10, 21–10|
|Men's doubles||Kwon Yi-goo / Ko Sung-hyun||Kang Myeong-won / Cho Gun-woo||21–17, 21–12|
|Women's doubles||Nathalia Christine Poluakan / Yulianti Cj||Chau Hoi Wah / Louisa Koon Wai Chee||21–19, 21–15|
|Mixed doubles||Yulianti Cj / Tontowi Ahmad||Chau Hoi Wah / Hui Wai Ho||21–11, 21–13|
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