Andrey Antropov

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Andrey Mikhaylovich Antropov (Russian: Андрей Михайлович Антропов; born 21 May 1967) is a badminton player from Russia who represented the Soviet Union and Russian Federation at the European Badminton Championships and the Unified Team and Russia at the 1992 and 1996 Olympics, respectively.

Andrey Antropov
Андрей Антропов
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Personal information
Birth nameAndrey Mikhaylovich Antropov
Country Russia
Born (1967-06-21) 21 June 1967 (age 52)
Omsk, Russia
Height1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Weight72 kg (159 lb)
HandednessLeft
BWF profile

Antropov competed in badminton at the 1996 Summer Olympics in men's doubles with partner Nikolai Zuyev. They were defeated by Antonius Ariantho and Denny Kantono of Indonesia (15-5, 15-1) in the quarterfinals. Antropov earned the silver medal in the men's doubles with Zuyev at the 14th European Badminton Championships in Den Bosch, Netherlands, 10–17 April 1994.[1] He also competed in men's singles at the 1992 and 1996 Olympics.

AchievementsEdit

World CupEdit

Men's doubles

Year Venue Partner Opponent Score Result
1996 Jakarta, Indonesia   Nikolai Zuyev   Sigit Budiarto
  Rexy Mainaky
15–9, 3–15, 3–15   Bronze

European ChampionshipsEdit

Men's singles

Year Venue Opponent Score Result
1988 Kristiansand, Norway   –, –   Bronze

Men's doubles

Year Venue Partner Opponent Score Result
1994 Den Bosch, Netherlands   Nikolai Zuyev   Simon Archer
  Chris Hunt
16–18, 4–15   Silver

European Junior ChampionshipsEdit

Mixed doubles

Year Venue Partner Opponent Score Result
1985 Pressbaum, Austria   Tatyana Volchek  
 
–, –   Bronze

IBF World Grand PrixEdit

The World Badminton Grand Prix sanctioned by International Badminton Federation (IBF) since 1983.

Men's doubles

Year Tournament Partner Opponent Score Result
1996 Russian Open   Nikolai Zuyev   Ge Cheng
  Tao Xiaoqiang
10–15, 17–15, 15–5   Winner
1995 French Open   Nikolai Zuyev   Sigit Budiarto
  Dicky Purwotjugiono
8–15, 11–15   Runner-up

IBF InternationalEdit

Men's singles

Year Tournament Opponent Score Result
1994 Wimbledon International   Joris van Soerland 15–9, 10–15, 15–7   Winner
1994 La Chaux-de-Fonds International   Henrik Bengtsson 15–1, 15–3   Winner
1993 Portugal International   Chan Kin Ngai 15–8, 15–3   Winner
1992 Russian International   Pavel Uvarov 15–11, 15–10   Winner
1992 Portugal International   Niroshan Wijekoon 15–8, 15–5   Winner
1992 Austrian International   Rajeev Bagga 15–12, 15–0   Winner
1992 Amor International   Pontus Jäntti 15–8, 11–15, 3–15   Runner-up
1991 Canadian Open   Steve Butler 15–17, 12–15   Runner-up
1990 Irish International   Jürgen Koch 15–7, 15–7   Winner
1990 Bulgarian International   Carsten Steenberg 15–0, 15–11   Winner
1990 USSR International   Pavel Uvarov 15–5, 15–8   Winner
1990 Austrian International   Stephan Kuhl –, –   Winner
1989 Hungarian International   Phyon Hwang-min –, –   Winner
1989 USSR International   Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen 17–16, 6–15, 15–11   Winner
1989 Austrian International   Claus Thomsen 15–18, 15–10, 15–12   Winner
1988 Hungarian International   Tariq Farooq –, –   Winner
1988 USSR International   Jörgen Tuvesson –, –   Winner
1987 USSR International   Jens Olsson –, –   Runner-up
1986 Czechoslovakian International   Patrik Andreasson –, –   Winner
1986 USSR International   Claus Thomsen –, –   Runner-up
1985 USSR International   Syed Modi –, –   Runner-up

Men's doubles

Year Tournament Partner Opponent Score Result
1995 Welsh International   Nikolai Zuyev   Julian Robertson
  Nathan Robertson
15–8, 15–8   Winner
1995 La Chaux-de-Fonds International   Nikolai Zuyev   Michael Helber
  Michael Keck
15–11, 15–12   Winner
1994 Welsh International   Nikolai Zuyev   Nick Ponting
  Julian Robertson
15–2, 15–6   Winner
1994 Scottish Open   Nikolai Zuyev   Jens Eriksen
  Christian Jakobsen
17–14, 13–15, 15–6   Winner
1994 Wimbledon International   Nikolai Zuyev   Neil Cottrill
  John Quinn
15–12, 15–7   Winner
1994 Austrian International   Nikolai Zuyev   Thomas Damgaard
  Jan Jørgensen
15–6, 15–10   Winner
1993 Amor International   Nikolai Zuyev   Stefan Frey
  Stephan Kuhl
15–3, 15–5   Winner
1993 Portugal International   Nikolai Zuyev   Chan Kin Ngai
  Wong Wai Lap
15–10, 7–15, 11–15   Runner-up
1992 Irish International   Nikolai Zuyev   Chris Hunt
  Julian Robertson
12–15, 15–10, 18–15   Winner
1992 Russian International   Nikolai Zuyev   Vitaliy Shmakov
  Pavel Uvarov
15–7, 15–10   Winner
1992 Portugal International   Nikolai Zuyev   Andy Goode
  Chris Hunt
11–15, 12–15   Runner-up
1990 Irish International   Sergey Melnikov   Michael Brown
  Chris Hunt
4–15, 5–15   Runner-up
1990 Bulgarian International   Nikolai Zuyev   Igor Dmitriev
  Mikhail Korshuk
15–7, 15–2   Winner
1990 USSR International   Sergey Sevryukov   Alexej Sidorov
  Pavel Uvarov
15–2, 15–8   Winner
1989 Hungarian International   Sergey Sevryukov   Sung Han-kuk
  Shon Jin-hwan
–, –   Runner-up
1989 USSR International   Sergey Sevryukov   Thomas Kirkegaard
  Jens Meibom
15–9, 15–6   Winner
1989 Stockholm International   Vitaliy Shmakov   Max Gandrup
  Thomas Lund
6–15, 14–18   Runner-up
1988 Hungarian International   Sergey Melnikov   Jerzy Dołhan
  Jacek Hankiewicz
–, –   Winner
1988 USSR International   Sergey Sevryukov   Peter Axelsson
  Rikard Ronnblom
–, –   Winner
1987 USSR International   Sergey Sevryukov   Peter Axelsson
  Jens Olsson
–, –   Winner

Mixed doubles

Year Tournament Partner Opponent Score Result
1992 Czechoslovakian International   Olga Chernyshova   Heinz Fischer
  Irina Serova
12–15, 15–9, 14–17   Runner-up
1991 Wimbledon Open   Irina Serova   Andy Goode
  Gillian Gowers
4–15, 0–15   Runner-up
1989 Austrian International   Elena Rybkina   Ron Michels
  Esther Villanueva
15–10, 15–6   Winner
1989 Stockholm International   Elena Rybkina   Jon Holst-Christensen
  Dorte Kjær
7–15, 15–10, 15–6   Winner
1986 Austrian International   Irina Rozhkova   Sergey Sevryukov
  Klavdija Mayorova
–, –   Winner
1986 Czechoslovakian International   Elena Rybkina   Michal Malý
  Dana Malá
–, –   Winner
1986 USSR International   Viktoria Pron   Peter Buch
  Grete Mogensen
–, –   Winner

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