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1911 All England Badminton Championships

1911 All England Badminton Championships
Sport Badminton
Founded 1899
Country  United Kingdom
Official website

All England Championships

< 1910 / 1912 >

The 1911 All England Championships was a badminton tournament held at the Royal Horticultural Hall, Wesminster, England from February 22 to February 27, 1911.[1]

Men's Singles

Frank Chesterton was unable to defend his title due to severe rheumatism.

There were only three first round matches to determine quarter finalists.

Results

  First Round Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
                                                     
   Guy Sautter 11 15 15  
   H S Uhr 15 3 2  
      Sautter 12 15 15  
 
      Thomas 15 9 2  
    George Thomas 15 18
    H Close 12 15  
      Sautter 15 15  
      Crombie 5 7  
            
            
      J Crombie 15 15
 
      A W Andrews 8 12  
          
            
      Sautter 15 15
      Prior 6 11
            
            
      R P Scott 15 15
 
      W B Bayne 2 3  
          
            
      Scott 5 6
      Prior 15 15  
            
            
      Ernest Hawthorn 2 12
 
      Prior 15 15  
   J H Colin Prior 15 15  
   H Comyn 2 7    

References

  1. ^ http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/archive/
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