We hope to win a medal in Thomas Cup: Jorgensen

Denmark will be without the services of retired great Peter Gade and injured doubles specialist Mathias Boe but star shuttler Jan Jorgensen is confident that his team has enough firepower to win a medal at the Thomas Cup which gets underway at the Siri Fort Complex here on Sunday.

All England Open: Persistence of an era

When Chinese shuttler Chen Long knelt down and clenched his fists to celebrate his first All England Open title, 31-year-old Lee Chong Wei bent down to pick up the shuttle, depressed.

India's Sourabh beats world No. 8 in Denmark Open

Rising Indian shuttler Sourabh Varma stunned world number eight and home favourite Peter Hoeg Gade in straight games to enter the second round of the Denmark Open.

Badminton veteran Gade builds up towards London Olympics

Danish badminton player Peter Gade is feeling good about his game ahead of the London Olympics.

Chinese officials favour their local players, say shuttlers

Chinese officials use unfair tactics to grab Olympic berths for their players and favour them in tournaments held in their home country, top international shuttlers, including India`s Saina Nehwal, have claimed.

China’s Chen Jin wins Badminton Asia Championships, almost in London Olympics

Chinese shuttler Chen Jin was only one step away from qualifying for the London Olympic Games after winning men`s singles title at the 2012 Badminton Asia Championships here on Sunday.

I want to hang up my boots after Olympics: Peter Gade

Winner of 16 Grand-Prix titles, world number four Peter Gade of Denmark is planning to quit the sport after this year`s London Olympics.

Gade fury after late-night All England exit

Former world number one Peter Gade launched a furious attack on world badminton chiefs after making a first round exit at the All England championships in the early hours today.

Joergensen wins Copenhagen badminton Masters

Denmark`s Jan Oe Joergensen stunned compatriot and world number four Peter Gade to claim the Copenhagen Masters badminton title.

Lee`s hat-trick at Indonesian Open badminton

World number one Lee Chong Wei on Sunday thrashed Danish veteran Peter Gade to win the Indonesian Open for a third time.

Lee`s hat-trick at Indonesian Open badminton

World number one Lee Chong Wei on Sunday thrashed Danish veteran Peter Gade to win the Indonesian Open for a third time.

Lee`s hat-trick at Indonesian Open badminton

World number one Lee Chong Wei on Sunday thrashed Danish veteran Peter Gade to win the Indonesian Open for a third time.

Lee`s hat-trick at Indonesian Open badminton

World number one Lee Chong Wei on Sunday thrashed Danish veteran Peter Gade to win the Indonesian Open for a third time.

Lee, Gade to meet in Indonesian Open badminton

World number one Lee Chong Wei will meet Danish veteran Peter Gade in the final of the Indonesian Open after the Malaysian star defeated Chen Long from China on Saturday.

Lee, Gade to meet in Indonesian Open badminton

World number one Lee Chong Wei will meet Danish veteran Peter Gade in the final of the Indonesian Open after the Malaysian star defeated Chen Long from China on Saturday.

Super Dan sets up all-Chinese final

Chinese badminton ace Lin Dan squeezed out a victory over veteran Dane Peter Gade on Saturday to set up an all-Chinese men`s final at the Singapore Open.

Super Dan sets up all-Chinese final

Chinese badminton ace Lin Dan squeezed out a victory over veteran Dane Peter Gade on Saturday to set up an all-Chinese men`s final at the Singapore Open.

Saina can break Chinese stranglehold: Peter Gade

World number three Peter Gade
considers Indian ace Saina Nehwal as one of the most talented
shuttlers around and believes table tennis needs players like
her to break the Chinese stranglehold.

Saina can break Chinese stranglehold: Peter Gade

World number three Peter Gade
considers Indian ace Saina Nehwal as one of the most talented
shuttlers around and believes table tennis needs players like
her to break the Chinese stranglehold.

Gade makes winning start, Bao toppled at worlds

Danish third seed Peter Gade started with an easy win but Chinese 11th seed Bao Chunlai was upstaged in the first round of the World Badminton Championships which began under tight security on Monday.