Badminton at the 1990 Asian Games – Mixed doubles

The badminton mixed doubles tournament at the 1990 Asian Games in Beijing Sports Complex, Beijing, China took place from 2 October to 6 October.

Mixed doubles
at the 1990 Asian Games
VenueBeijing Gymnasium
Dates2–6 October
Competitors28 from 7 nations
Medalists
gold medal    South Korea
silver medal    Indonesia
bronze medal    Indonesia
bronze medal    China
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The South Korea duo of Park Joo-bong and Chung Myung-hee won the gold in this tournament after beating an Indonesian pair in the final.

China and another team from Indonesia shared the bronze medal.

ScheduleEdit

All times are China Standard Time (UTC+08:00)

Date Time Event
Tuesday, 2 October 1990 13:00 1st round
Thursday, 4 October 1990 13:00 Quarterfinals
Friday, 5 October 1990 13:00 Semifinals
Saturday, 6 October 1990 13:00 Final

ResultsEdit

1st round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1   Park Joo-bong (KOR)
  Chung Myung-hee (KOR)
15 15  
    Siripong Siripool (THA)
  Ladawan Mulasartsatorn (THA)
15 15       Siripong Siripool (THA)
  Ladawan Mulasartsatorn (THA)
7 8  
    Tse Bun (HKG)
  Cheng Yin Sat (HKG)
1 3   1   Park Joo-bong (KOR)
  Chung Myung-hee (KOR)
15 15  
3/4   Rudy Gunawan (INA)
  Rosiana Tendean (INA)
15 6 15 3/4   Rudy Gunawan (INA)
  Rosiana Tendean (INA)
9 4  
    Wu Wenkai (CHN)
  Zhou Lei (CHN)
6 15 1 3/4   Rudy Gunawan (INA)
  Rosiana Tendean (INA)
15 15  
    Shinji Matsuura (JPN)
  Kimiko Jinnai (JPN)
15 15       Shinji Matsuura (JPN)
  Kimiko Jinnai (JPN)
3 4  
    Amer Islam (PAK)
  Afshan Shakeel (PAK)
6 2   1   Park Joo-bong (KOR)
  Chung Myung-hee (KOR)
15 7 15
    Zheng Yumin (CHN)
  Shi Fangjing (CHN)
15 15   2   Eddy Hartono (INA)
  Verawaty Fadjrin (INA)
7 15 3
    Pramote Teerawiwatana (THA)
  Penpanor Klangthamnium (THA)
6 0       Zheng Yumin (CHN)
  Shi Fangjing (CHN)
15 11 15
    Sung Han-kook (KOR)
  Chung So-young (KOR)
15 15       Sung Han-kook (KOR)
  Chung So-young (KOR)
8 15 5
3/4   Ng Pak Kum (HKG)
  Chui Mei Yin (HKG)
3 2       Zheng Yumin (CHN)
  Shi Fangjing (CHN)
16 12  
    Ali Yar Baig (PAK)
  Ghazala Wadood (PAK)
6 3   2   Eddy Hartono (INA)
  Verawaty Fadjrin (INA)
18 15  
    Koji Miya (JPN)
  Kazue Kanai (JPN)
15 15       Koji Miya (JPN)
  Kazue Kanai (JPN)
2 6  
2   Eddy Hartono (INA)
  Verawaty Fadjrin (INA)
15 15  

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