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2009 BWF World Championships – Men's Singles

The 2009 BWF World Championships was the 17th tournament of the BWF World Championships. It was held at the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium in Hyderabad, Telangana, India, from August 10 to August 16, 2009. Following the results of the men's singles.

Seeds

  1. Lee Chong Wei (Quarter Final)
  2. Chen Jin (Final)
  3. Peter Gade (Quarter Final)
  4. Taufik Hidayat (Semi Final)
  5. Lin Dan (Champion)
  6. Sony Dwi Kuncoro (Semi Final)
  7. Joachim Persson (First Round)
  8. Park Sung-hwan (Second Round)
  9. Hsieh Yu-hsing (Third Round)
  10. Chan Yan Kit (Third Round)
  11. Bao Chunlai (First Round)
  12. Wong Choong Hann (First Round)
  13. Simon Santoso (Quarter Final)
  14. Nguyen Tien Minh (Third Round)
  15. Chetan Anand (Third Round)
  16. Boonsak Ponsana (Third Round)

Main stage

Section 1

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
1 Lee CW 21 21
D Domke 14 10 1 Lee CW 21 21
O Fagbemi O Fagbemi 11 14
R Ouseph wo 1 Lee CW 21 21
14 Nguyen TM 14 Nguyen TM 13 17
P Koukal wo 14 Nguyen TM 21 21
B Leverdez 21 21 B Leverdez 14 16
H Toth 12 19 1 Lee CW 16 21 12
6 SD Kuncoro 21 21 6 SD Kuncoro 21 14 21
M Lahnsteiner 13 9 6 SD Kuncoro 21 21
P Wacha 21 21 P Wacha 12 13
Hsueh H-y 10 13 6 SD Kuncoro 21 21
15 C Anand 21 21 15 C Anand 16 16
Hong J-h 8 16 15 C Anand 21 21
S Makarski 18 21 21 S Makarski 9 17
A Casey 21 18 13

Section 2

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
3 P Gade 21 21
V Atrashchenkov 11 16 3 P Gade 21 21
S Wojcikiewicz wo S Sasaki 11 12
S Sasaki 3 P Gade 21 21
10 Chan YK 21 21 10 Chan YK 11 12
K Mehrabi 15 11 10 Chan YK 21 19 21
S Evans 21 22 S Evans 16 21 12
V Malkov 9 20 3 P Gade 20 16
5 Lin D 21 21 5 Lin D 22 21
M Zilberman 9 11 5 Lin D 21 21
Lee TS 7 13 T Saensomboonsuk 16 12
T Saensomboonsuk 21 21 5 Lin D 21 21
11 Bao CL 18 14 D Palyama 11 11
D Palyama 21 21 D Palyama 21 21
M Matejka 10 16 H Hurskainen 15 14
H Hurskainen 21 21

Section 3

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
J Wu
B Milroy wo J Wu 16 6
K Navickas 14 21 17 16 B Ponsana 21 21
16 B Ponsana 21 14 21 16 B Ponsana 21 14 14
JØ Jørgensen JØ Jørgensen 18 21 21
A Smith wo JØ Jørgensen 21 17 21
S Klausen 21 13 18 8 Park S-h 16 21 15
8 Park S-h 19 21 21 JØ Jørgensen 19 19
Ng W 21 21 4 T Hidayat 21 21
J Vondra 19 18 Ng W 22 22 18
A Bhat 14 21 22 9 Hsieh Y-h 24 20 21
9 Hsieh Y-h 21 19 24 9 Hsieh Y-h 15 19
D Zavadsky 19 18 4 T Hidayat 21 21
M Lo Ying Ping 21 21 M Lo Ying Ping 17 15
C Bösiger 14 14 4 T Hidayat 21 21
4 T Hidayat 21 21

Section 4

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
D Wong 23 21 21
G Ulldahl 25 13 7 D Wong 13 21 16
Y Tan 20 11 13 S Santoso 21 19 21
13 S Santoso 22 21 13 S Santoso 21 21
M Zwiebler 21 21 K Tago 10 12
K Cordón 15 11 M Zwiebler 15 10
K Tago 16 21 21 K Tago 21 21
7 J Persson 21 14 13 13 S Santoso 10 13
R Must 21 18 21 2 Chen J 21 21
I Sozonov 16 21 12 R Must 12 21 16
V Lång 7 10 12 Wong CH 21 7 21
12 Wong CH 21 21 12 Wong CH 12 7
K Parupalli 21 21 2 Chen J 21 21
A Shahhosseini 9 13 K Parupalli 21 10 7
E Pang 14 19 2 Chen J 14 21 21
2 Chen J 21 21

Final stage

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                       
  1   Lee Chong Wei 16 21 12  
6   Sony Dwi Kuncoro 21 14 21  
  6   Sony Dwi Kuncoro 14 21 15  
  5   Lin Dan 21 13 21  
3   Peter Gade 20 16
  5   Lin Dan 22 21  
    5   Lin Dan 21 21
  2   Chen Jin 18 16
      Jan Ø. Jørgensen 19 19  
4   Taufik Hidayat 21 21  
  4   Taufik Hidayat 16 6
  2   Chen Jin 21 21  
13   Simon Santoso 10 13
  2   Chen Jin 21 21  

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