Past Winners of the All England Open Badminton Championships

The All England Open Badminton Championships is the world’s oldest and most prestigious badminton tournament.

Played annually, it developed after the success of the world’s first open tournament held in Guildford in 1898. The tournament was successfully organised in April 4, 1899, however only three categories (Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles) were originally staged. Both Men’s and Women’s Singles were added the following year.

The first two tournaments were named “Badminton Association Tournament” and it was eventually considered the unofficial World Badminton Championships until 1977 when the International Badminton Federation launched its official championships. The Championships have only ever been halted twice: during World War I from 1915 to 1919 and World War II from 1940 to 1946.

Since 1984 the tournament has been exclusively sponsored by Yonex.

YONEX All England Open 2021 is set to return to Utilita Arena Birmingham from Wednesday 17th to Sunday 21st March 2021. 

 

Men’s Singles Winners – 2010 onwards

2010 – Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia)

2013 – Chen Long (China)

2016 – Lin Dan (China)

2019 – Kento Momota (Japan)

2011 – Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia)

2014 – Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia)

2017 – Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia)

2020 – Viktor Axelsen (Denmark)

2012 – Lin Dan (China)

2015 – Chen Long (China)

2018 – Shi Yuqi (China)

Women’s Singles Winners – 2010 onwards

2010 – Tine Rasmussen later Baun (Denmark)

2013 – Tine Baun formerly Rasmussen (Denmark)

2016 – Nozomi Okuhara (Japan)

2019 – Chen Yufei (China)

2011 – Wang Shixian (China)

2014 – Wang Shixian (China)

2017 – Tai Tzu Ying (Chinese Taipei)

2020 – Tai Tzu Ying (Chinese Talpei)

2012 – Li Xuerui (China)

2015 – Carolina Marin (Spain)

2018 – Tai Tzu Ying (Chinese Taipei)

Men’s Doubles Winners – 2010 onwards

2010 – Lars Passake/Jonas Rasmussen (Denmark)

2012 – Lee Yong-dae/ Jung Jae Sung (South Korea)

2014 – Mohammad Ashan / Hendra Setiawan (Indonesia)

2016 – Viadimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov (Russia)

2018 – Marcus Fernaldi Gideon/Kevin Sanjaya Sukamulio (Indonesia)

2020 – Hiroyuki Endo/Yuta Watanabe (Japan)

2011 – Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen (Denmark)

2013 – Liu Xialong / Qui Zihan (China)

2015 – Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen (Denmark)

2017 – Marcus Fernaldi Gideon/Kevin Sanjaya Sukamulio (Indonesia)

2019 – Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan (Indonesia)

Women’s Doubles Winners – 2010 onwards

2010 –  Du Jing/Yu Yang (China)

2012 – Tian Qing / Zhao Yunlei (China)

2014 – Wang Xiaoli/ Yu Yang (China)

2016 – Misaki Matsutomo/Ayaka Takahashi (Japan)

2018 – Kamilla Rytter Juhl/Christinna Pedersen (Denmark)

2020 – Yuki Fukushima/Sayaka Hirota (Japan)

2011 – Xiaoli Wang/Yang (F) Yu (China)

2013 – Wang Xiaoli/ Yu Yang (China)

2015 – Bao Yixin/Tang Yuanting (China)

2017 – Chang Ye Na/Lee So Hee (Korea)

2019 – Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan (China)

Mixed Doubles Winners – 2010 onwards

2010 – Zhang Nan/Zhao Yunlei (P.R. China)

2012 – Tontowi Ahmad / Lilyana Natsir (Indonesia)

2014 – Tontowi Ahmad / Lilyana Natsir (Indonesia)

2016 – Praveen Jordan/Debby Susanto (Indonesia)

2018 – Yuta Watanabe/Arisa Higashino (Japan)

2020 – Praveen Jordan/Melati Daeva Oktavianti (Indonesia)

2011 – Chen Xu/Jin Ma (China)

2013 – Tontowi Ahmad / Lilyana Natsir (Indonesia)

2015 – Zhang Nan/Zhao Yunie (China)

2017 – Lu Kai/Huang Yaqiong (China) 

2019 – Zheng Siwei/Huang Yaglong (China)

PDF Downloads of winners 1899 to 2009

Men’s Singles 1899 to 2009

Women’s Singles 1899 to 2009

Men’s Doubles 1899 to 2009

Women’s Doubles 1899 to 2009

Mixed Doubles 1899 to 2009

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