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Badminton World Federation decides against introduction of new scoring method

BWF has decided against using the new scoring method after several players and associations cited concerns over the proposed changes during the Annual General Meeting held on Saturday.

BWF optimistic of experimental service rule

Badminton World Federation (BWF) is optimistic that the ongoing testing of the Experimental Service Law is the first step to making service rules and service judging simpler and more objective.

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BWF and service judges are playing with our careers, says Sikki Reddy

N. Sikki Reddy slammed the Badminton World Federation (BWF) for implementing new service rules, saying that the service judges are playing with their careers.

Fall of the legend

Badminton star Chong Wei joins Lance Armstrong and Ben Johnson on wall of shame.

Danes report fixing offers at Thomas Cup

BWF president Poul-Erik Hoyer told the Danish Broadcasting Corporation the case was the “biggest” he could remember.

New scoring system under discussion: BWF president

The BWF's proposal to changing the scoring system had come under a lot of criticism from players and coaches.

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Window of opportunity for Indian Badminton League

Second edition could be held during two-month break in badminton calendar early next year.

Lee Yong-dae slapped with one-year ban for missing dope tests

He won mixed doubles gold at the 2008 Games in Beijing and a bronze medal in the men's doubles in London.

Doubles, a lucrative option

Badminton has managed to keep doubles on a near-equal footing as far as the percentage of prize-pie goes.

In the absence of Saina and Kashyap,PV Sindhu to hold court

India's rising star faces tough ask,being drawn in the same quarter as World No.1 Xuerui Li.

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