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1999 IBF World Championships – Men's Singles

The 1999 IBF World Championships were held in Copenhagen, Denmark, between 10 May and 23 May 1999. Following the results of the men's singles.

Seeds

Main stage

Section 1

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
Sun Jun 15 15
Ricardo Fernandes 4 5 Sun Jun 15 15
Rasmus Wengberg 15 15 Rasmus Wengberg 8 3
Przemyslaw Wacha 6 7 Sun Jun 7 15 15
Taufik Hidayat 15 15 Taufik Hidayat 15 6 6
Boonsak Ponsana 6 10 Taufik Hidayat 15 15
Bertrand Gallet 15 15 Bertrand Gallet 10 5
Richard Doling 6 7 Sun Jun 15 15
Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen 15 15 Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen 5 13
Chien Yu-Hsiu 9 10 Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen 15 15
Dicky Palyama 10 15 15 Dicky Palyama 12 9
Mike Beres 15 3 12 Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen 17 15
Keita Masuda 12 15 15 Keita Masuda 14 5
Jyri Aalto 15 8 8 Keita Masuda 7 15 15
Vladislav Druzchenko 15 15 Vladislav Druzchenko 15 13 9
Ong Ewe Hock 13 3

Section 2

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen 17 15
Rio Suryana 14 5 Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen 15 15
Peter Knowles 15 15 Peter Knowles 8 8
Andrej Pohar 6 3 Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen 15 15
Rashid Sidek 15 9 15 Rashid Sidek 6 8
Rikard Magnusson 12 15 4 Rashid Sidek 15 15
Jim Ronny Andersen 15 15 Jim Ronny Andersen 6 5
Gerben Bruijstens 13 13 Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen 8 15 15
Hendrawan 15 15 Hendrawan 15 4 4
Park Tae Sang 12 9 Hendrawan 13 15 15
Tam Kai Chuen 15 15 Tam Kai Chuen 15 8 14
Thomas Wapp 2 4 Hendrawan 15 15
Ardy B. Wiranata 15 13 15 Ardy B. Wiranata 13 10
Jürgen Koch 3 15 1 Ardy B. Wiranata 5 15 15
Dong Jiong 15 15 Dong Jiong 15 11 14
Oliver Pongratz 10 9

Section 3

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
Fung Permadi 15 12 15
Jeroen Van Dijk 9 15 3 Fung Permadi 15 15
Ruud Kuijten 15 15 Ruud Kuijten 10 8
Arturo Amaya 3 4 Fung Permadi 15 15
Wong Choong Hann 15 15 Wong Choong Hann 7 7
Jean-Frederic Massias 11 8 Wong Choong Hann 15 14 15
Shon Seung Mo 15 15 Shon Seung Mo 8 17 1
Ian Maywald 8 9 Fung Permadi 15 12 15
Kenneth Jonassen 15 15 Kenneth Jonassen 13 15 10
Pavel Uvarov 6 5 Kenneth Jonassen 3 15 15
Colin Haughton 3 15 15 Colin Haughton 15 8 5
Fumihiko Machida 15 8 5 Kenneth Jonassen 15 10 15
Budi Santoso 15 15 Budi Santoso 11 15 5
Maxim Kruglik 10 8 Budi Santoso 8 15 15
Chen Hong 15 15 Chen Hong 8 15 4
Thomas Johansson 8 6

Section 4

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
Peter Gade 15 15
Ahn Jae Chang 3 7 Peter Gade 15 15
Heryanto Arbi 15 15 Heryanto Arbi 6 3
Sergio Llopis 5 6 Peter Gade 15 15
Yong Hock Kin 15 15 Yong Hock Kin 9 3
Ng Wei 4 3 Yong Hock Kin 15 15
Heimo Götschl 15 15 15 Heimo Götschl 0 1
Sveinn Solvason 17 2 9 Peter Gade 15 15
Peter Rasmussen 15 15 Peter Rasmussen 4 13
Kevin Han 8 3 Peter Rasmussen 15 15
Daniel Eriksson 15 15 Daniel Eriksson 5 3
Tadashi Ohtsuka 9 4 Peter Rasmussen 3 15 17
Chen Gang 15 5 15 Chen Gang 15' 15 15
Pullela Gopichand 12 15 10 Chen Gang 15 15
Tjitte Weistra 15 15 Tjitte Weistra 3 8
Anupap Thiraratsakul 13 9

Final stage

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                       
    Sun Jun 15 15  
  Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen 5 13  
    Sun Jun 15 15  
    Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen 4 6  
  Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen 8 15 15
    Hendrawan 15 4 4  
      Sun Jun 15 15
    Fung Permadi 6 13
    Fung Permadi 15 12 15  
  Kenneth Jonassen 13 15 10  
    Fung Permadi 15 1 15
    Peter Gade 11 15 14  
  Peter Gade 15 15
    Peter Rasmussen 4 13  

External links

  • http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/events.aspx?id=0C8BEFBC-C502-47FB-8C0B-A57F034F3452
  • http://www.worldbadminton.com/results/19990518_WorldChampionships/results.htm
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