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Badminton players, Tan Chun Seang and Zulfadli Zulkiffli, have been suspended from competing ...
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Badminton players, Tan Chun Seang and Zulfadli Zulkiffli, have been suspended from competing in badminton for 15 and 20 years respectively for breaching the BWF Code of Conduct in Relation to Betting, Wagering and Irregular Match Results. The Malaysians have also been banned from any ... Badminton players, Tan Chun Seang and Zulfadli Zulkiffli, have been suspended from competing in badminton for 15 and 20 years respectively for breaching the BWF Code of Conduct in Relation to Betting, Wagering and Irregular Match Results.

The Malaysians have also been banned from any involvement in badminton for 15 and 20 years respectively. The bans cover administrative, coaching, officiating, or developmental functions. In addition, Tan has been fined US$15,000 while Zulkiffli has been fined US$25,000 by a BWF Ethics Hearing Panel.

In reaching their decision, the three-member independent Panel found that Tan committed 26 violations of the 2012 Code of Conduct in Relation to Betting Wagering and Irregular Match Results while Zulkiffli committed 27 violations of the 2012 Code of Conduct in Relation to Betting Wagering and Irregular Match Results and four (4) violations of the 2016 Code of Conduct in Relation to Betting Wagering and Irregular Match Results.

The independent Panel noted both players “engaged in corruption offences over a significant period and a significant number of tournaments” dating back to 2013 but that Zulkiffli had “committed more violations over a longer timeframe than Tan” and had “been proven to have manipulated the results of four (4) matches”. The suspensions begin from 12 January 2018 – the date on which both players were provisionally suspended by the Badminton World Federation.

Tan and Zulkiffli have the right to appeal under Clause 14 of the BWF Judicial Procedures.
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Source: BWF

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Could not have said it better myself <span class="emoji emoji1f44d"></span>🏻 ・・・ Translated by @worldbadmintonnews from LinDan’s ...
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Could not have said it better myself 🏻 ・・・ Translated by @worldbadmintonnews from LinDan’s post - Serving for not over 1.15m, even the most basic thing in badminton has been changed. As a player, I feel helpless. Played in different tournaments for more than a decade, trained for ... Could not have said it better myself 👍🏻
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Serving for not over 1.15m, even the most basic thing in badminton has been changed. As a player, I feel helpless.

Played in different tournaments for more than a decade, trained for 30 years but this year, BWF wants to teach everyone how to serve once again.

Frankly speaking, this is just ridiculous!

In this year German Open, the new rule of service has begun. Many players have been violated, so am I. The focus of the match has no longer on the player since the umpire can directly lead the whole game.

Initially I thought this new rule of service from BWF would be using new technology as support, but in fact it wasn’t, it was just purely decided by human‘s eye whether you’ve faulted or not. Unlike hawk-eye, it is convincing. I’m not blaming the umpire, as it’s just part of your job.
I’m just wondering what does BWF wants? What’s the purpose of this new serve? Are you trying to make Badminton better? To be honest, I felt that you’re trying hard to imitate tennis but you just failed.

What you all need to do is getting advices from professional players and coaches rather than few of you gathered together and implemented this new rule. Are you having no confidence with this sport that you all have to keep thinking of new rule to change?

There are a lot of things you all should do, like bringing Badminton to a new stage.
As an athlete who has played for more than 30 years, I sincerely hope that you all bring this sport to a new level using your power and rights!
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Source: LinDan

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The players are here, the courts have been laid, the officials are ready – and the event has been declared ...
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The players are here, the courts have been laid, the officials are ready – and the event has been declared open! It’s time for the TOTAL BWF World Championships 2018 and the eyes of the badminton community will be glued to the action in Nanjing, China, for the coming week. Starting tomorrow, ... The players are here, the courts have been laid, the officials are ready – and the event has been declared open!

It’s time for the TOTAL BWF World Championships 2018 and the eyes of the badminton community will be glued to the action in Nanjing, China, for the coming week. Starting tomorrow, players from 48 nations will compete for the coveted title of World champion at Nanjing Youth Olympic Games Sports Park Gymnasium.
Over the past few days preparations have been being finalised and everything is good to go, following last night’s Welcome Dinner and today’s press conference for players. There was also the accustomed Team Managers’ Meeting at which Referee Carsten Koch briefed team officials on various matter pertaining to the tournament.

Photo Credit: Shi Tang; Nanjing LOC and BWF

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Source: BWF

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Results of today’s semifinal of Badminton Asia Championships 2018. - Kento Momota continue ...
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Results of today’s semifinal of Badminton Asia Championships 2018. - Kento Momota continue his impressive run to top-tier badminton, defeated top players - ShiYuqi, ChouTienChen and LeeChongWei. He will face ChenLong tomorrow in the final. - #worldbadmintonnews #BAC2018 Results of today’s semifinal of Badminton Asia Championships 2018.
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Kento Momota continue his impressive run to top-tier badminton, defeated top players - ShiYuqi, ChouTienChen and LeeChongWei. He will face ChenLong tomorrow in the final.
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SHI’S PROMISE China’s Shi Yuqi took the Athletes’ Oath at last night’s Welcome Dinner for the TOTAL ...
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SHI’S PROMISE China’s Shi Yuqi took the Athletes’ Oath at last night’s Welcome Dinner for the TOTAL BWF World Championships 2018 in Nanjing, China. The Men’s Singles star pledged that players “shall participate for the sake of the glory of badminton and the honour of athletes” and compete ... SHI’S PROMISE
China’s Shi Yuqi took the Athletes’ Oath at last night’s Welcome Dinner for the TOTAL BWF World Championships 2018 in Nanjing, China.

The Men’s Singles star pledged that players “shall participate for the sake of the glory of badminton and the honour of athletes” and compete in “the true spirit of sportsmanship…abide by the rules, obey the referees, respect other competitors and spectators, and contribute to an event with no doping”. The championships start tomorrow at the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games Sports Park Gymnasium.

Photo Credit: Shi Tang

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Source: BWF

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The key singles players of Thailand Badminton Team for 2018 Thomas and Uber Cup - Photo courtesy: ...
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The key singles players of Thailand Badminton Team for 2018 Thomas and Uber Cup - Photo courtesy: BWF #worldbadmintonnews #ThomasCup2018 #UberCup2018 The key singles players of Thailand Badminton Team for 2018 Thomas and Uber Cup
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Photo courtesy: BWF

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FAMILIAR FACES While today’s players were battling on the courts, some former greats were renewing ...
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FAMILIAR FACES While today’s players were battling on the courts, some former greats were renewing acquaintances behind the scenes at last week’s TOTAL BWF World Championships 2018 and others were sharing their knowledge on the sport. Among those spotted at the tournament in Nanjing, ... FAMILIAR FACES

While today’s players were battling on the courts, some former greats were renewing acquaintances behind the scenes at last week’s TOTAL BWF World Championships 2018 and others were sharing their knowledge on the sport.

Among those spotted at the tournament in Nanjing, China, were Chinese legend Yang Yang who caught up with fellow former Men’s Singles star, Morten Frost. The Dane was among the broadcast commentary team for the championships.

Former Women’s Singles ace, Wang Yihan, also tried her hand at commentating for Zhibo TV, alongside journalist, Yan Mai.

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Source: BWF

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