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1954 All England Badminton Championships

 

1954 All England Badminton Championships

1954 All England Championships
Tournament details
Dates 17 March 1954 (1954-03-17)
21 March 1954 (1954-03-21)
Edition 44th
Venue Empress Hall, Earls Court
Location London
← < 1953 1955 > →

The 1954 All England Championships was a badminton tournament held at the Empress Hall, Earls Court, London, England from 17–21 March 1954.[1]

Contents

  • Final results 1
  • Men's Singles 2
    • Section 1 2.1
    • Section 2 2.2
  • Women's Singles 3
    • Section 1 3.1
    • Section 2 3.2
  • References 4

Final results

Category Winners Runners-up Score
Men's singles Eddy Choong Donald Smythe 15–6, 15–5
Women's singles Judy Devlin Iris Cooley 11–7, 11–5
Men's doubles Ooi Teik Hock & Ong Poh Lim Eddy Choong & David Ewe Choong 18–16, 15–12
Women's doubles Judy Devlin & Sue Devlin Iris Cooley & June White 15–7, 12–15, 15-8
Mixed doubles John Best & Iris Cooley Finn Kobbero & Inge Birgit-Hansen 15–12, 15-0

Judy Devlin and Sue Devlin represented the United States, they were the daughters of former champion Frank Devlin of Ireland.

Men's Singles

Section 1

Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarter Finals   Semi Finals
1   Eddy Choong 15 15  
  Noel Radford 3 1     1   Choong 15 15  
  F John Shaw 15 15     Shaw 7 5  
  Eng Chin Khoo 10 12       1   Choong 15 8 15  
  Palle Granlund 15 15         Granlund 9 15 12  
  Vikram Bhat 4 7       Granlund 2 15 15
  Graeme Robson 15 15     Robson 15 10 12  
  Berndt Dahlberg 5 0       1   Choong 15 15
  Poul Holm 15 6 15         Holm 5 10
  Trilok Nath Seth+ 11 15 0       Holm 15 15  
  Tony Jordan 15 15     Jordan 11 10  
  Tom Wingfield 13 8         Holm 15 7 15
  Ong Poh Lim+ 15 15         Po Lim 7 15 12  
  Knut Malmgren 2 8       Poh Lim 15 15
  Ron Lockwood 18 15     Lockwood 3 3  
  E E Symonds 17 11  

Section 2

Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarter Finals   Semi Finals
  Donald Smythe+ 15 15  
  R Quiddington 3 1       Smythe 15 15  
  John Best 15 12 15     Best 6 2  
  John Timperley 1 15 9         Smythe 15 15  
  Johnny Heah 15 15         Heah 9 11  
  M W Holborn 3 4       Heah 17 15
  Finn Kobbero+ 15 15     Kobbero 14 5  
  L T Lee 12 11         Smythe 15 15
  Jorgen Hammegaard-Hansen 16 15 15         Hamegaard-H 3 5
  Leif Ekedahl 18 9 9       Hammegaard-H 14 15 15  
2   Ooi Teik Hock 15 15   2   Teik Hock 18 10 13  
  Alistair McIntyre 6 6         Hammegaard-H 15 15
  Nandu Natekar+ 15 15         Natekar 5 6  
  J A Broadhurst 4 3       Natekar 15 12 15
  Frank Peard 15 15     Peard 7 15 12  
  Dick Hashman 4 7  

+ Denotes seeded player

Women's Singles

Section 1

Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarter Finals   Semi Finals
    Judy Devlin+ 11 11  
    J M Baldwin 1 0         Devlin 11 11  
    Elizabeth O'Beirne 11 11       O'Beirne 7 0  
    Inge Birgit Hansen 6 0           Devlin 11 11  
    Inger Kjaergaard 11 8 11           Kjaergaard 3 5  
    Audrey Stone 2 11 4         Kjaergaard 11 11
    M D Flynn 11 11       Flynn 3 1  
    I S Vallance 7 6           Devlin 11 11
    Aase Schiott-Jacobsen+ 11 11           Schiott-Jacobsen 5 3
    Ruth Page 4 2         Schiott-Jacobsen 11 11  
    B Horner bye       Horner 2 0  
              Schiott-Jacobsen 11 11
    Jenifer Peters bye           Peters 2 2  
            Peters 7 11 11
    S Spreadborough bye       Spreadborough 11 5 6  
     

Section 2

Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarter Finals   Semi Finals
    iris Cooley bye  
            Cooley 11 11  
    Urusla Smith bye       Smith 0 0  
              Cooley 11 11  
    Birgit Schultz-Pedersen             Schultz-Pedersen 0 6  
    bye         Schultz-Pedersen 11 11
    Nancy Horner bye       Horner 3 1  
              Cooley 11 11
    Heather Robson+ 12 11           Robson 7 5  
    June White 10 6         Robson 11 11  
    Karin Jorgensen bye       Jorgensen 2 0  
              Robson 11 11
    Agnete Friis 11 11           Friis 7 5  
    Sue Devlin 7 3         Friis 11 11
    Sylvia Ripley 11 7 11       Ripley 8 3  
    Ulla Britt Schelin 9 11 9  

References

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