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1975 All England Badminton Championships

 

1975 All England Badminton Championships

1975 All England Championships
Tournament details
Dates 19 March 1975 (1975-03-19)
23 March 1975 (1975-03-23)
Edition 65th
Venue Wembley Arena
Location London
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The 1975 All England Championships was a badminton tournament held at Wembley Arena, London, England from 19–23 March 1975.[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 Svend Pri Rudy Hartono 15–11, 17-14
Women's singles Hiroe Yuki Gillian Gilks 11-5, 11-9
Men's doubles Johan Wahjudi & Tjun Tjun Christian Hadinata & Ade Chandra 15-11, 15-5
Women's doubles Machiko Aizawa & Etsuko Takanaka Theresa Widiastuti & Imalda Wigoeno 15-11, 17–14
Mixed doubles Elliott Stuart & Nora Gardner Roland Maywald & Brigitte Steden 15-9 15-3

Men's Singles

Section 1

Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarter Finals   Semi Finals
  Svend Pri 11 15 15  
  Ray Stevens 15 4 5       Pri 15 15  
  Amril Nuhrman 14 15 15     Nuhrman 4 4  
  Kurt Johnsson 17 14 10         Pri 13 15 15  
  Wolfgang Bochow 15 18         Bochow 15 0 8  
  Shoichi Toganoo 13 16       Bochow 15 15
  Ross Livingston 15 15     Livingston 11 10  
  Christian Hadinata 11 7         Pri 15 15
  Tjun Tjun 15 15         Tjun Tjun 5 0
  Mike Tredgett 10 5       Tjun Tjun 15 15  
  Roland Maywald 15 10 15     Maywald 9 6  
  Henrik Fahrenholz 6 15 12         Tjun Tjun 17 5 15
  Sture Johnsson 15 15         Johnsson 15 15 6  
  Hariamanto Kartono 6 5       Johnsson 15 10 15
  Kinji Zeniya 15 15     Zeniya 9 15 9  
  Tage Nielsen 7 1  

Section 2

Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarter Finals   Semi Finals
  Rudy Hartono 15 15  
  Jamie McKee 6 1       Hartono 15 15  
  Ricardo Jaramillo Luque 15 15     Jaramillo 12 3  
  Tommy Theorin 2 2         Hartono 15 15  
  Ippei Kojima 15 15         Kojima 10 6  
  Lars Wengberg 10 1       Kojima 15 15
  Paul Whetnall 15 15     Whetnall 6 12  
  Peter Bullivant 4 2         Hartono 15 15
  Flemming Delfs 15 15         Delfs 8 6
  Karl-Heinz Zwiebler 3 4       Delfs 15 15  
  David Hunt 15 15     Hunt 6 5  
  Cong Chun-Yen 14 8         Delfs 15 18
  Lim Swie King 15 15         Swie King 8 13  
  Thomas Kihlstrom 12 10       Swie King 15 15
  Roy Diaz Gonzalez 15 15     Gonzalez 8 3  
  Gert Hansen 8 13  

Women's Singles

Section 1

Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarter Finals   Semi Finals
    Hiroe Yuki 11 11  
    Inge Borgstrom 2 3         Yuki 12 11  
    Robin Denton 11 11 12       Denton 9 3  
    Nora Gardner 5 12 10           Yuki 11 11  
    Heather Nielsen 12 11           Nielsen 6 2  
    Sri Wijanti+ 9 3         Nielsen H 11 11
    Pia Nielsen 11 11       Nielsen P 2 5  
    Brigitte Steden 9 9           Yuki 11 11
    Utami Dewi Kurniawan 11 12           Utami Dewi 6 1
    Yu Kuk-Geor 5 9         Utami Dewi 11 12  
    Joke Van Beusekom 11 11       Van Beusekom 9 9  
    Gudrun Ziebold 7 1           Utami Dewi 11 12
    Margaret Beck 11 11           Beck 7 9  
    Imre Nielsen 8 4         Beck 11 11
    Anette Borjesson 11 11 12       Borjesson 2 5  
    Sandra Stevenson 12 9 9  

Section 2

Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarter Finals   Semi Finals
    Gillian Gilks 12 11  
    Lonny Bostofte 9 3         Gilks 11 11  
    Mika Ikeda 12 11       Ikeda 5 2  
    Eva Stuart 11 1           Gilks 11 12  
    Taty Sumirah 11 11           Sumirah 7 10  
    Lim Soo 6 3         Sumirah 9 11 12
    Jane Webster 11 11       Webster 11 4 10  
    Jette Foge 5 6           Gilks 11 11
    Lene Koppen 11 11           Koppen 3 7  
    Margaret Boxall 1 1         Koppen 11 11  
    Mami Nishio 11 11       Nishio 5 5  
    Imalda Wigoeno 3 8           Koppen 11 11
    Etsuko Takenaka 12 11           Takenaka 7 3  
    Marieluise Zizmann 10 6         Takenaka 9 11 11
    Sue Whetnall 11 11       Whetnall 11 7 2  
    Theresa Widiastuti+ 8 7  

References

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