Takako Ida (井田 貴子 Ida Takako, born 13 December 1972) is a former Japanese badminton player. Borned in Saitama Prefecture, Ida graduated in Saitama High School. She was part of the national women's team that competed at the 1994 and 1998 Asian Games, winning the bronze medals in both events, and also participated at the 1994, 1996 and 1998 Uber Cups. She won the women's singles title at the National Championships tournament in 1996 and 1997. Ida also competed at the 1997 East Asian Games in Busan, South Korea, clinched the women's singles silver and the women's team bronze medals. Ida who was affiliated with Sanyo Electric, took part at the Sydney 2000 Olympics in the women's singles event.
|Born||13 December 1972|
Saitama Prefecture, Japan
|Height||1.60 m (5 ft 3 in)|
|Weight||57 kg (126 lb)|
|Event||Women's singles & doubles|
East Asian GamesEdit
|1997||Busan, South Korea||Lee Joo-hyun||8–11, 5–11||Silver|
IBF World Grand PrixEdit
The World Badminton Grand Prix sanctioned by International Badminton Federation (IBF) since 1983.
|2000||Polish Open||Elena Nozdran||11–8, 11–3||Winner|
|2000||Chile International||Sonya McGinn||11–6, 11–7||Winner|
|2000||Peru International||Sonya McGinn||11–3, 11–3||Winner|
|2000||French International||Xu Li||11–7, 11–8||Winner|
|2000||Cuba International||Anu Weckström||11–2, 11–4||Winner|
|2000||Canadian International||Katja Michalowsky||11–6, 13–10||Winner|
|1999||Scottish International||Zeng Yaqiong||11–8, 11–1||Winner|
|1999||Spanish International||Sandra Dimbour||11–2, 11–0||Winner|
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