There is always someone interesting at the badminton court! This is the sequel to The 10 Annoying Types of Badminton Players You Will Encounter, check it out!
Ricky Achmad Subagdja won Olympic gold, several world championships, and numerous Grand Prix titles. Learn more about this doubles specialist in my latest post!
Kim So Yeong and Kong Hee Yong are one of the fastest-rising women’s doubles talents from South Korea. See their rise to the top of the badminton rankings!
Lee Yang and Wang Chi-Lin made history as the first Taiwanese team to win the World Tour Final and the Olympics. Learn more about them in my latest post!
"Badminton Queen" and "Genius Girl" are the nicknames given to Tai Tzu Ying. Read on to know why she is what she is now!
The Danes have been consistent in producing great badminton players. Anders Antonsen is one of them! Stemming from a family of badminton players, there is no doubt this man is oozing with confidence! Read on to know how Anders Antonsen became the player he is now and what plans he has to become even GREATER!
Dechapol Puavaranukroh and Sapsiree Taerattanachai broke new ground in Thai badminton. Learn more about this history-making duo in my latest post!
China is one of the countries with the best badminton players-including the duo who continuously dominates the Women's Doubles category! Read on to know who they are and what makes them no. 1 in Women's Doubles Badminton!
The Minions are definitely a pair to look out for in badminton! If you want to know what made them the badminton icons they are today, read on and enjoy this guest post by Aske of Beast Badminton!
Many enthusiasts call Herbert Scheele the father of modern badminton. Read on to discover how he helped preserve the second most popular sport in the world today.