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SON WON HO (SOUTH KOREA)

SON WON HO (SOUTH KOREA)

Twice a Superseries champion, Son Won Ho rose to number one in the world during May 2017 despite an early exit at the 2017 YONEX All England…

LEE CHONG WEI (MALAYSIA)

LEE CHONG WEI (MALAYSIA)

The Malaysian superstar, and three time Olympic silver medallist, is a 4-time YONEX All England champion and heads into the 2018 edition loo…

VIKTOR AXELSEN (DENMARK)

VIKTOR AXELSEN (DENMARK)

Olympic and World bronze medallist Axelsen reached his debut Superseries final in 2012 and has since won 3 titles on the world tour. A forme…

SHI YUQI (CHINA)

SHI YUQI (CHINA)

A Youth Olympics gold medallist, China's new wonderkid won a debut Superseries titles at the 2016 French Open and was a beaten finalist at t…

CHEN LONG (CHINA)

CHEN LONG (CHINA)

The Olympic and World Champion. Chen Long has won 27 titles on the world tour since 2009, including the YONEX All England twice.

CHOU TIEN CHEN (CHINESE TAIPEI)

CHOU TIEN CHEN (CHINESE TAIPEI)

Three times a Superseries finalist, the 27 year old won his debut Superseries title at the 2014 French Open and was runner up in India last …

LIN DAN (CHINA)

LIN DAN (CHINA)

As a 6-time YONEX All England champion and 2-time Olympic gold medallist 'Super' Dan is a badminton mega-star. A 7th title here is not beyon…

KIDAMBI SRIKANTH (INDIA)

KIDAMBI SRIKANTH (INDIA)

Back to back Superseries titles in Indonesia and Australia during 2017 have propelled India's number one back into the world's top order.

NG KA LONG ANGUS (HONG KONG)

World Junior Champion in 2012, he made history winning his debut Superseries title at his home event in Hong Kong in 2016

JAN O JORGENSEN (DENMARK)

A YONEX All England finalist in 2015, Jan O has won five Superseries titles including a history making first for Europe by winning the 2016 …

LEE HYUN IL (SOUTH KOREA)

Runner up at the 2006 YONEX All England, the Korean veteran is a world bronze medallist and twice beaten Olympic semi finalist.