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2016 Summer Olympics - The Results (Badminton - Women)

Badminton at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Games

 

 2016badminton

Host City: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Date Started: August 11, 2016
Date Finished: August 20, 2016
Events: 5

Participants: 172 (86 men and 86 women) from 46 countries
Youngest Participant: JPN Akane Yamaguchi (19 years, 67 days)
Oldest Participant: POL Robert Mateusiak (40 years, 212 days)
Most Medals (Athlete): CHN Zhang Nan (2 medals)
Most Medals (Country): MAS Malaysia and CHN China (3 medals)

Overview

Badminton was first contested at the 1992 Olympic Games for both men and women in singles and doubles. The mixed doubles was added in 1996. For 2016 the programme was the same as London 2012.

Between 38 and 50 players were permitted in the singles competitions and 16 pairs in each of the doubles events. A singles player could also enter the doubles, and if a player qualified for two events, the extra place was allocated to the next eligible singles player of the same gender. A maximum of 172 athletes could compete, with NOCs each allowed up to two entries in the singles and two pairs in each doubles event. Entries in each event included the highest-ranked player or pair from each of the African, Asian, European, Oceania and Pan American badminton confederations.

The Competitions were played in two stages: the group stage and the knockout stage. For the singles competitions, players went into 13 groups of three or four players and for doubles, there were four groups with four pairs in each. All players/pairs played every other player/pair in their group in a round-robin. Triggered by the match-fixing scandal in the women'€™s doubles in London, a random draw to determine places in the quarter-finals was made for the doubles events. In the singles competitions, the top player from each group progressed to the round of 16, with the three top ranked players going straight through to the last eight. In doubles competitions, the two top pairs from each group advanced to the quarter-finals. This stage consisted of head-to-head matches from which the winner advanced to the next round.

In the singles events, the maximum number of players per nation was two. An instant review system, used to review line calls, was introduced as per the Laws of Badminton. A player had the option to call for two challenges during a game. If the challenge was successful, the player kept his/her challenge. Each match was the best of three sets, with each set won by the player/pair to first reach 21 points with a minimum of a two point margin.

China'€™s dominance in London, when they won all events, as well as two silver and a bronze medal, was broken in Rio as only the men'€™s singles and doubles went to China. The women'€™s singles was won by Spain'€™s [Carolina Marin], and women'€™s doubles by the Japan duo [Misaki Matsutomo] and [Ayaka Takahashi], the number one seeds. The mixed doubles was dominated by the third-seeded Indonesian pair [Tontowi Ahmad] and [Lilyana Natsir].

The badminton tournaments at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro took place from 11 to 20 August at the fourth pavilion of Riocentro. A total of 172 athletes competed in five events: men's singles, men's doubles, women's singles, women's doubles, and mixed doubles.

Similar to 2012 format, a combination of group play and knockout stages had been maintained at these Games. In all the doubles tournaments, the Badminton World Federation instituted several changes to the competition rules after the match fixing scandal from the previous Olympics, as all pairs finishing second in their groups would be placed into another draw to determine who they face in the next round, while the top pair in each group must have a fixed position matched to its designated seed in the knockout phase.

The Games made use of about 8,400 shuttlecocks.

Qualification

The Olympic qualification period took place between May 4, 2015 and May 1, 2016, and the Badminton World Federation rankings list, scheduled to publish on May 5, 2016, was used to allocate spots. Unlike the previous Games, nations could only enter a maximum of two players each in the men's and women's singles, if both were ranked in the world's top 16; otherwise, one quota place until the roster of thirty-eight players had been completed. Similar regulations in the singles tournaments also applied to the players competing in the doubles, as the NOCs could only enter a maximum of two pairs if both were ranked in the top eight, while the remaining NOCs were entitled to one until the quota of 16 highest-ranked pairs was filled.

For each player who had qualified in more than one discipline, an additional quota place in each of the singles tournaments would have become free. If no player from one continent had qualify, the best ranked player from a respective continent would have got a quota place.
 

Schedule

P Preliminaries R Round of 16 ¼ Quarterfinals ½ Semifinals F Final
Date → Thu 11 Fri 12 Sat 13 Sun 14 Mon 15 Tues 16 Wed 17 Thu 18 Fri 19 Sat 20
Event ↓ M A E M A E M A E M A E M E M E M E M E M E M E
Men's singles P   R     ¼       ½   F  
Men's doubles P       ¼   ½       F   F      
Women's singles P   R   ¼     ½   F      
Women's doubles P       ¼   ½       F          
Mixed doubles P       ¼   ½   F              
M = Morning session, A = Afternoon session, E = Evening session
 

Participating nations

  •  Australia (5)
  •  Austria (2)
  •  Belgium (2)
  •  Brazil (2)
  •  Brunei (1)
  •  Bulgaria (3)
  •  Canada (2)
  •  China (15)
  •  Cuba (1)
  •  Czech Republic (2)
  •  Denmark (8)
  •  Estonia (2)
  •  Finland (1)
  •  France (2)
  •  Germany (7)
  •  Great Britain (8)
  •  Guatemala (1)
  •  Hong Kong (7)
  •  Hungary (1)
  •  India (7)
  •  Indonesia (10)
  •  Ireland (2)
  •  Israel (1)
  •  Italy (1)
  •  Japan (9)
  •  Malaysia (8)
  •  Mauritius (1)
  •  Mexico (1)
  •  Netherlands (3)
  •  Poland (5)
  •  Portugal (2)
  •  Russia (4)
  •  Singapore (2)
  •  South Africa (1)
  •  South Korea (14)
  •  Spain (2)
  •  Sri Lanka (1)
  •  Suriname (1)
  •  Sweden (1)
  •  Switzerland (1)
  •  Chinese Taipei (4)
  •  Thailand (7)
  •  Turkey (1)
  •  Ukraine (2)
  •  United States (7)
  •  Vietnam (2)

Medal summary

Medal table (both men & women)

 
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China 2 0 1 3
2  Japan 1 0 1 2
3  Indonesia 1 0 0 1
 Spain 1 0 0 1
5  Malaysia 0 3 0 3
6  Denmark 0 1 1 2
7  India 0 1 0 1
8  Great Britain 0 0 1 1
 South Korea 0 0 1 1
Totals (9 nations) 5 5 5 15

Medalists

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Women's singles Carolina Marín
 Spain
P. V. Sindhu
 India
Nozomi Okuhara
 Japan
Women's doubles  Japan (JPN)
Misaki Matsutomo
Ayaka Takahashi
 Denmark (DEN)
Christinna Pedersen
Kamilla Rytter Juhl
 South Korea (KOR)
Jung Kyung-eun
Shin Seung-chan
 

Women's Singles

 Host City: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Venue(s): Riocentro '€“ Pavilion 4, Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro
Date Started: August 11, 2016
Date Finished: August 19, 2016
Format: Single-elimination tournament.

Summary

For the singles group stage, the number of seeds corresponded to the number of groups, 13, with the seeded players placed at the top of each group. The remaining players were drawn into the groups, one by one, until all players were allocated a group. After the round-robin, the top player from each group progressed to the round of 16, with the top three seeds going straight into the last eight. The fifth seed and London 2012 bronze medalist, [Saina Nehwal] from India, and Britain'€™s 11th seed [Kirsty Gilmour] were the only seeds not to advance to the knock-out stage.

Spain'€™s number one seed [Carolina Mari­n] did not have any problems until the final when she surprisingly lost the first set 19-21 to the ninth seeded Indian [P. V. Sindhu]. But she upped her game and won the next two sets 21-12 and 21-15. The bronze medal went to Japan'€™s [Nozomi Okuhara], the sixth seed, who beat the defending Olympic champion, and number three seed [Li Xuerui] of China, by a walkover due to an injury to Li.

The badminton women's singles tournament at the 2016 Summer Olympics took place from 11 to 20 August at Riocentro - Pavilion 4. The seeding was decided on 21 July 2016.

The event was won by two time and reigning world champion Carolina Marín of Spain who defeated P. V. Sindhu of India. Nozomi Okuhara of Japan won the bronze medal after China's Li Xuerui was forced to withdraw. This was the first medal of any colour for Spain in Olympic badminton and this was also the first time the China failed to make to the podium since 1996.

Competition format

The tournament started with a group phase round-robin followed by a knockout stage.

Seeds

A total of 13 players were given seeds.

  1.  Carolina Marín (ESP) (Gold medalist)
  2.  Wang Yihan (CHN) (Quarter-finals)
  3.  Li Xuerui (CHN) (Fourth place)
  4.  Ratchanok Intanon (THA) (Round of 16)
  5.  Saina Nehwal (IND) (Group stage)
  6.  Nozomi Okuhara (JPN) (Bronze medalist)
  7.  Sung Ji-hyun (KOR) (Quarter-finals)

 

  1.  Tai Tzu-ying (TPE) (Round of 16)
  2.  P. V. Sindhu (IND) (Silver medalist)
  3.  Akane Yamaguchi (JPN) (Quarter-finals)
  4.  Kirsty Gilmour (GBR) (Group stage)
  5.  Porntip Buranaprasertsuk (THA) (Quarter-finals)
  6.  Bae Yeon-ju (KOR) (Round of 16)
 

Knockout

  Round of 16   Quarter-finals   Semi-finals   Gold medal match
                                             
                   
 
 
   
   
   Carolina Marín (ESP) 21 21
   
       Sung Ji-hyun (KOR) 12 16  
   Sung Ji-hyun (KOR) 21 21
     
   Linda Zechiri (BUL) 15 12  
   Carolina Marín (ESP) 21 21
   
     Li Xuerui (CHN) 14 16  
 
     
   
   Li Xuerui (CHN) 21 21
   
       Porntip Buranaprasertsuk (THA) 12 17  
   Marija Ulitina (UKR) 14 16
     
   Porntip Buranaprasertsuk (THA) 21 21  
   Carolina Marín (ESP) 19 21 21
   
     P. V. Sindhu (IND) 21 12 15
   Bae Yeon-ju (KOR) 6 7
     
   Nozomi Okuhara (JPN) 21 21  
   Nozomi Okuhara (JPN) 11 21 21
   
     Akane Yamaguchi (JPN) 21 17 10  
   Akane Yamaguchi (JPN) 21 21
     
   Ratchanok Intanon (THA) 19 16  
   Nozomi Okuhara (JPN) 19 10
   
     P. V. Sindhu (IND) 21 21   Bronze medal match
   P. V. Sindhu (IND) 21 21
       
   Tai Tzu-ying (TPE) 13 15  
   P. V. Sindhu (IND) 22 21  Nozomi Okuhara (JPN) w/o
   
       Wang Yihan (CHN) 20 19    Li Xuerui (CHN)  
 
     
   

Group stage

Group A

Athlete Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Carolina Marín (ESP) 2 2 0 4 0 2
 Line Kjærsfeldt (DEN) 2 1 1 2 2 1
 Nanna Vainio (FIN) 2 0 2 0 4 0
Athlete 1 Score Athlete 2
11 August, 11:55
 Carolina Marín (ESP) 21–6
21–4
 Nanna Vainio (FIN)
12 August, 15:30
 Line Kjærsfeldt (DEN) 21–9
21–8
 Nanna Vainio (FIN)
13 August, 19:30
 Carolina Marín (ESP) 21–16
21–13
 Line Kjærsfeldt (DEN)

Group C

Athlete Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Sung Ji-hyun (KOR) 2 2 0 4 0 2
 Liang Xiaoyu (SIN) 2 1 1 2 2 1
 Delphine Lansac (FRA) 2 0 2 0 4 0
Athlete 1 Score Athlete 2
12 August, 10:45
 Sung Ji-hyun (KOR) 21–13
21–14
 Delphine Lansac (FRA)
13 August, 09:35
 Liang Xiaoyu (SIN) 21–7
21–15
 Delphine Lansac (FRA)
14 August, 09:40
 Sung Ji-hyun (KOR) 21–17
21–11
 Liang Xiaoyu (SIN)

Group D

Athlete Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Linda Zechiri (BUL) 2 2 0 4 1 2
 Kirsty Gilmour (GBR) 2 1 1 3 2 1
 Sabrina Jaquet (SUI) 2 0 2 0 4 0
Athlete 1 Score Athlete 2
11 August, 21:05
 Kirsty Gilmour (GBR) 21–17
21–15
 Sabrina Jaquet (SUI)
13 August, 21:05
 Linda Zechiri (BUL) 21–17
21–15
 Sabrina Jaquet (SUI)
14 August, 19:30
 Kirsty Gilmour (GBR) 21–12
17–21
16–21
 Linda Zechiri (BUL)

Group E

Athlete Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Li Xuerui (CHN) 3 3 0 6 0 3
 Iris Wang (USA) 3 2 1 4 4 2
 Lianne Tan (BEL) 3 1 2 3 4 1
 Telma Santos (POR) 3 0 3 1 6 0
Athlete 1 Score Athlete 2
11 August, 19:55
 Iris Wang (USA) 21–17
20–22
21–14
 Lianne Tan (BEL)
11 August, 19:55
 Li Xuerui (CHN) 21–12
21–7
 Telma Santos (POR)
12 August, 19:30
 Iris Wang (USA) 18–21
21–10
21–12
 Telma Santos (POR)
12 August, 20:30
 Li Xuerui (CHN) 21–11
21–11
 Lianne Tan (BEL)
14 August, 15:55
 Li Xuerui (CHN) 21–16
21–12
 Iris Wang (USA)
14 August, 19:55
 Lianne Tan (BEL) 21–16
21–18
 Telma Santos (POR)

Group G

Athlete Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Marija Ulitina (UKR) 2 2 0 4 0 2
 Saina Nehwal (IND) 2 1 1 2 2 1
 Lohaynny Vicente (BRA) 2 0 2 0 4 0
Athlete 1 Score Athlete 2
11 August, 11:20
 Saina Nehwal (IND) 21–17
21–17
 Lohaynny Vicente (BRA)
13 August, 11:55
 Marija Ulitina (UKR) 21–13
21–13
 Lohaynny Vicente (BRA)
14 August, 08:55
 Marija Ulitina (UKR) 21–18
21–19
 Saina Nehwal (IND)

Group H

Athlete Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Porntip Buranaprasertsuk (THA) 2 2 0 4 0 2
 Kate Foo Kune (MRI) 2 1 1 2 2 1
 Wendy Chen Hsuan-yu (AUS) 2 0 2 0 4 0
Athlete 1 Score Athlete 2
11 August, 20:30
 Porntip Buranaprasertsuk (THA) 21–14
21–15
 Wendy Chen Hsuan-yu (AUS)
13 August, 19:55
 Kate Foo Kune (MRI) 21–16
21–19
 Wendy Chen Hsuan-yu (AUS)
14 August, 21:05
 Porntip Buranaprasertsuk (THA) 21–7
21–18
 Kate Foo Kune (MRI)

Group I

Athlete Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Bae Yeon-ju (KOR) 2 2 0 4 0 2
 Özge Bayrak (TUR) 2 1 1 2 2 1
 Jeanine Cicognini (ITA) 2 0 2 0 4 0
Athlete 1 Score Athlete 2
12 August, 19:55
 Bae Yeon-ju (KOR) 21–11
21–8
 Jeanine Cicognini (ITA)
13 August, 15:30
 Özge Bayrak (TUR) 21–14
21–9
 Jeanine Cicognini (ITA)
14 August, 16:40
 Bae Yeon-ju (KOR) 21–11
21–7
 Özge Bayrak (TUR)

Group J

Athlete Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Nozomi Okuhara (JPN) 2 2 0 4 0 2
 Vũ Thị Trang (VIE) 2 1 1 2 2 1
 Lindaweni Fanetri (INA) 2 0 2 0 4 0
Athlete 1 Score Athlete 2
12 August, 08:00
 Nozomi Okuhara (JPN) 21–10
21–8
 Vũ Thị Trang (VIE)
13 August, 11:20
 Lindaweni Fanetri (INA) 12–21
11–21
 Vũ Thị Trang (VIE)
14 August, 10:05
 Nozomi Okuhara (JPN) 21–12
21–12
 Lindaweni Fanetri (INA)

Group K

Athlete Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Akane Yamaguchi (JPN) 2 2 0 4 1 2
 Tee Jing Yi (MAS) 2 1 1 2 2 1
 Kristína Gavnholt (CZE) 2 0 2 1 4 0
Athlete 1 Score Athlete 2
12 August, 10:45
 Akane Yamaguchi (JPN) 20–22
21–12
21–15
 Kristína Gavnholt (CZE)
13 August, 08:25
 Tee Jing Yi (MAS) 22–20
21–15
 Kristína Gavnholt (CZE)
14 August, 08:30
 Akane Yamaguchi (JPN) 21–18
21–5
 Tee Jing Yi (MAS)

Group L

Athlete Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Ratchanok Intanon (THA) 2 2 0 4 0 2
 Kati Tolmoff (EST) 2 1 1 2 3 1
 Yip Pui Yin (HKG) 2 0 2 1 4 0
Athlete 1 Score Athlete 2
11 August, 08:25
 Ratchanok Intanon (THA) 21–14
21–13
 Kati Tolmoff (EST)
12 August, 09:00
 Yip Pui Yin (HKG) 21–5
13–21
19–21
 Kati Tolmoff (EST)
14 August, 08:30
 Ratchanok Intanon (THA) 21–18
21–12
 Yip Pui Yin (HKG)

Group M

Athlete Pld W L SW SL Pts
 P. V. Sindhu (IND) 2 2 0 4 1 2
 Michelle Li (CAN) 2 1 1 3 2 1
 Laura Sárosi (HUN) 2 0 2 0 4 0
Athlete 1 Score Athlete 2
11 August, 10:10
 P. V. Sindhu (IND) 21–8
21–9
 Laura Sárosi (HUN)
13 August, 16:40
 Michelle Li (CAN) 21–11
21–8
 Laura Sárosi (HUN)
14 August, 11:15
 P. V. Sindhu (IND) 19–21
21–15
21–17
 Michelle Li (CAN)

Group N

Athlete Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Tai Tzu-ying (TPE) 2 2 0 4 0 2
 Natalia Perminova (RUS) 2 1 1 2 2 1
 Elisabeth Baldauf (AUT) 2 0 2 0 4 0
Athlete 1 Score Athlete 2
11 August, 11:20
 Tai Tzu-ying (TPE) 21–11
21–9
 Elisabeth Baldauf (AUT)
13 August, 19:30
 Natalia Perminova (RUS) 21–17
21–8
 Elisabeth Baldauf (AUT)
14 August, 20:30
 Tai Tzu-ying (TPE) 21–12
21–9
 Natalia Perminova (RUS)

Group P

Athlete Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Wang Yihan (CHN) 2 2 0 4 0 2
 Karin Schnaase (GER) 2 1 1 2 2 1
 Chloe Magee (IRL) 2 0 2 0 4 0
Athlete 1 Score Athlete 2
11 August, 09:00
 Wang Yihan (CHN) 21–7
21–12
 Chloe Magee (IRL)
12 August, 21:05
 Karin Schnaase (GER) 21–14
21–19
 Chloe Magee (IRL)
14 August, 15:30
 Wang Yihan (CHN) 21–11
21–16
 Karin Schnaase (GER)

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal  
1 Carolina Mari­n 23 Spain ESP Gold  
2 P. V. Sindhu 21 India IND Silver  
3 Nozomi Okuhara 21 Japan JPN Bronze  
4 Li Xuerui 25 China CHN    
5T Seong Ji-Hyeon 25 South Korea KOR    
5T Porntip Buranaprasertsuk 24 Thailand THA    
5T Akane Yamaguchi 19 Japan JPN    
5T Wang Yihan 28 China CHN    
9T Linda Zetchiri 29 Bulgaria BUL    
9T Mariya Ulitina 24 Ukraine UKR    
9T Bae Yeon-Ju 25 South Korea KOR    
9T Ratchanok Intanon 21 Thailand THA    
9T Tai Tzu-Ying 22 Chinese Taipei TPE    
14T Line Kjaersfeldt 22 Denmark DEN    
14T Nanna Vainio 25 Finland FIN    
14T Liang Xiaoyu 20 Singapore SGP    
14T Delphine Lansac 21 France FRA    
14T Kirsty Gilmour 22 Great Britain GBR    
14T Sabrina Jaquet 29 Switzerland SUI    
14T Iris Wang 21 United States USA    
14T Lianne Tan 25 Belgium BEL    
14T Telma Santos 33 Portugal POR    
14T Saina Nehwal 26 India IND    
14T Lohaynny Vicente 20 Brazil BRA    
14T Kate Foo Kune 23 Mauritius MRI    
14T Wendy Chen 23 Australia AUS    
14T O–zge Bayrak 24 Turkey TUR    
14T Jeanine Cicognini 29 Italy ITA    
14T Vũ Thị Trang 24 Vietnam VIE    
14T Lindaweni Fanetri 26 Indonesia INA    
14T Tee Jing Yi 25 Malaysia MAS    
14T Kristina Ludi­kova-Gavnholt 27 Czech Republic CZE    
14T Kati Tolmoff 32 Estonia EST    
14T Yip Pui Yin 28 Hong Kong HKG    
14T Michelle Li 24 Canada CAN    
14T Laura Sarosi 23 Hungary HUN    
14T Nataliya Perminova 24 Russia RUS    
14T Elisabeth Baldauf 26 Austria AUT    
14T Karin Schnaase 31 Germany GER    
14T Chloe Magee 27 Ireland IRL  
 

Women's Doubles

 Host City: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Venue(s): Riocentro '€“ Pavilion 4, Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro
Date Started: August 11, 2016
Date Finished: August 18, 2016
Format: Single-elimination tournament.

Summary

In the doubles competitions, the top two pairs from each group advanced to the quarter-finals. This stage consisted of head-to-head matches from which the winner advanced to the next round. Triggered by the match-fixing scandal in the women'€™s doubles in London 2012 a random draw to determine places in the quarter-finals was made for all the doubles events.

The Japanese number one seeds [Misaki Matsutomo] and [Ayaka Takahashi] beat the Malaysian pair [Vivian Hoo] and [Woon Khe Wei] in three sets in the quarter-finals and in the semi-final they beat Korean'€™s [Jeong Gyeong-Eun] and [Shin Seung-Chan], who eventually won the bronze medal with an easy two set victory against China'€™s [Tang Yuanting] and [Yu Yang]. The Japanese top seeds met the unseeded Danish pair [Christinna Pedersen] and [Kamilla Rytter Juhl] in the final and had to fight hard to win 21-19 in the final third set having lost the first set.

 The badminton women's doubles tournament at the 2016 Summer Olympics took place from 11 to 17 August at Riocentro - Pavilion 4. The seeding was decided on 21 July 2016.

Competition format

The tournament started with a group phase round-robin followed by a knockout stage.

Seeds

A total of 4 pairs were given seeds.

  1.  Misaki Matsutomo / Ayaka Takahashi (JPN) (Gold medalists)
  2.  Tang Yuanting / Yu Yang (CHN) (Fourth place)
  3.  Nitya Krishinda Maheswari / Greysia Polii (INA) (Quarter-finals)
  4.  Jung Kyung-eun / Shin Seung-chan (KOR) (Bronze medalists)

Finals

  Quarter-finals     Semi-finals     Final  
                                         
     
  A1  Misaki Matsutomo (JPN)
 Ayaka Takahashi (JPN)
21 18 21  
 
  C2  Vivian Hoo Kah Mun (MAS)
 Woon Khe Wei (MAS)
16 21 19  
    A1  Misaki Matsutomo (JPN)
 Ayaka Takahashi (JPN)
21 21    
     
      B1  Jung Kyung-eun (KOR)
 Shin Seung-chan (KOR)
16 15    
  B1  Jung Kyung-eun (KOR)
 Shin Seung-chan (KOR)
21 20 21  
   
  A2  Eefje Muskens (NED)
 Selena Piek (NED)
13 22 14  
    A1  Misaki Matsutomo (JPN)
 Ayaka Takahashi (JPN)
18 21 21  
     
      B2  Christinna Pedersen (DEN)
 Kamilla Rytter Juhl (DEN)
21 9 19  
  D2  Tang Yuanting (CHN)
 Yu Yang (CHN)
21 21      
 
  C1  Nitya Krishinda Maheswari (INA)
 Greysia Polii (INA)
11 14    
    D2  Tang Yuanting (CHN)
 Yu Yang (CHN)
16 21 19     Bronze medal match
     
      B2  Christinna Pedersen (DEN)
 Kamilla Rytter Juhl (DEN)
21 14 21  
  B2  Christinna Pedersen (DEN)
 Kamilla Rytter Juhl (DEN)
28 18 21     B1  Jung Kyung-eun (KOR)
 Shin Seung-chan (KOR)
21 21  
   
  D1  Chang Ye-na (KOR)
 Lee So-hee (KOR)
26 21 15     D2  Tang Yuanting (CHN)
 Yu Yang (CHN)
8 17  
 
 

Group stage

Group A

Team Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Misaki Matsutomo / Ayaka Takahashi (JPN) 3 3 0 6 0 3
 Eefje Muskens / Selena Piek (NED) 3 2 1 4 3 2
 Puttita Supajirakul / Sapsiree Taerattanachai (THA) 3 1 2 2 4 1
 Jwala Gutta / Ashwini Ponnappa (IND) 3 0 3 1 6 0
Team 1 Score Team 2
11 August, 08:00
 M Matsutomo / A Takahashi (JPN) 21–15
21–10
 J Gutta / A Ponnappa (IND)
11 August, 15:55
 E Muskens / S Piek (NED) 21–13
22–20
 P Supajirakul / S Taerattanachai (THA)
12 August, 08:25
 M Matsutomo / A Takahashi (JPN) 21–15
21–15
 P Supajirakul / S Taerattanachai (THA)
12 August, 09:00
 E Muskens / S Piek (NED) 21–16
16–21
21–17
 J Gutta / A Ponnappa (IND)
13 August, 08:00
 M Matsutomo / A Takahashi (JPN) 21–9
21–11
 E Muskens / S Piek (NED)
13 August, 10:45
 P Supajirakul / S Taerattanachai (THA) 21–17
21–15
 J Gutta / A Ponnappa (IND)

Group B

Team Pld W L SW SL PW PL Pts
 Jung Kyung-eun / Shin Seung-chan (KOR) 3 2 1 4 2 118 92 2
 Christinna Pedersen / Kamilla Rytter Juhl (DEN) 3 2 1 4 2 113 91 2
 Luo Ying / Luo Yu (CHN) 3 2 1 4 2 108 100 2
 Eva Lee / Paula Lynn Obanana (USA) 3 0 3 0 6 70 126 0
Team 1 Score Team 2
11 August, 09:35
 C Pedersen / K Rytter Juhl (DEN) 11–21
18–21
 Luo Y / Luo Y (CHN)
11 August, 20:30
 Jung K-e / Shin S-c (KOR) 21–14
21–12
 E Lee / P L Obanana (USA)
12 August, 15:55
 C Pedersen / K Rytter Juhl (DEN) 21–9
21–6
 E Lee / P L Obanana (USA)
12 August, 19:30
 Jung K-e / Shin S-c (KOR) 21–10
21–14
 Luo Y / Luo Y (CHN)
13 August, 15:55
 Jung K-e / Shin S-c (KOR) 16–21
18–21
 C Pedersen / K Rytter Juhl (DEN)
13 August, 19:30
 Luo Y / Luo Y (CHN) 21–14
21–15
 E Lee / P L Obanana (USA)

Group C

Team Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Nitya Krishinda Maheswari / Greysia Polii (INA) 3 3 0 6 0 3
 Vivian Hoo Kah Mun / Woon Khe Wei (MAS) 3 2 1 4 2 2
 Heather Olver / Lauren Smith (GBR) 3 1 2 2 5 1
 Poon Lok Yan / Tse Ying Suet (HKG) 3 0 3 1 6 0
Team 1 Score Team 2
11 August, 10:10
 N K Maheswari / G Polii (INA) 21–9
21–11
 Poon L Y / Tse Y S (HKG)
11 August, 11:55
 Vivian Hoo K M / Woon K W (MAS) 21–17
24–22
 H Olver / L Smith (GBR)
12 August, 10:10
 Vivian Hoo K M / Woon K W (MAS) 21–15
21–13
 Poon L Y / Tse Y S (HKG)
12 August, 15:30
 N K Maheswari / G Polii (INA) 21–10
21–13
 H Olver / L Smith (GBR)
13 August, 09:35
 N K Maheswari / G Polii (INA) 21–19
21–19
 Vivian Hoo K M / Woon K W (MAS)
13 August, 21:05
 H Olver / L Smith (GBR) 21–17
18–21
21–16
 Poon L Y / Tse Y S (HKG)

Group D

Team Pld W L SW SL Pts
 Chang Ye-na / Lee So-hee (KOR) 3 3 0 6 2 3
 Tang Yuanting / Yu Yang (CHN) 3 2 1 5 2 2
 Gabriela Stoeva / Stefani Stoeva (BUL) 3 1 2 2 4 1
 Johanna Goliszewski / Carla Nelte (GER) 3 0 3 1 6 0
Team 1 Score Team 2
11 August, 15:30
 Chang Y-n / Lee S-h (KOR) 24–22
21–15
 G Stoeva / S Stoeva (BUL)
11 August, 15:30
 Tang YT / Yu Y (CHN) 21–10
21–11
 J Goliszewski / C Nelte (GER)
12 August, 10:10
 Chang Y-n / Lee S-h (KOR) 21–18
18–21
21–17
 J Goliszewski / C Nelte (GER)
12 August, 15:55
 Tang YT / Yu Y (CHN) 21–14
21–11
 G Stoeva / S Stoeva (BUL)
13 August, 08:00
 Tang YT / Yu Y (CHN) 18–21
21–14
11–21
 Chang Y-n / Lee S-h (KOR)
13 August, 20:30
 G Stoeva / S Stoeva (BUL) 21–14
21–19
 J Goliszewski / C Nelte (GER)
 

 

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