Badminton - World championship results

Mon Aug 10, 2009 10:15pm IST

India's Chetan Anand returns a shot against Korea's Ji Hoon Hong during their singles match against in preliminary round of the World Badminton Championships in Hyderabad August 10, 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta

India's Chetan Anand returns a shot against Korea's Ji Hoon Hong during their singles match against in preliminary round of the World Badminton Championships in Hyderabad August 10, 2009.

Credit: Reuters/Arko Datta

(Reuters) - World badminton championship first round results from Hyderabad, India on Monday (prefix denotes seeding).

Men's singles

Stilian Makarski (Bulgaria) beat Alistair Casey (Scotland) 18-21 21-18 21-13

Henri Hurskainen (Sweden) beat Michal Matejka (Slovakia) 21-10 21-16

3-Peter Hoeg Gade (Denmark) beat Valeriy Atrashchenkov (Ukraine) 21-11 21-16

Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk (Thailand) beat Tsuen Seng Lee (Malaysian) 21-7 21-13

1-Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia) beat Dieter Domke (Germany) 21-14 21-10

15-Chetan Anand (India) beat Hong Ji-hoon (South Korea) 21-8 21-16

Dicky Palyama (Netherlands) beat 11-Bao Chunlai (China) 21-18 21-14

5-Lin Dan (China) beat Misha Zilberman (Israel) 21-9 21-11

6-Sony Dwi Kuncoro (Indonesia) beat Michael Lahnsteiner (Austria) 21-13 21-9

10-Yan Kit Chan (Hong Kong) beat Kaveh Mehrabi (Iran) 21-15 21-11

Ola Fagbemi (Nigeria) beat Rajiv Ouseph (England) Walkover

Scott Evans (Ireland) beat Vladimir Malkov (Russia) 21-9 22-20

Brice Leverdez (France) beat Henrik Toth (Hungary) 21-12 21-19

Women's singles

Lianne Tan (Belgium) beat Elena Prus (Ukraine) 21-18 22-20

14-Mew Choo Wong (Malaysia) beat Shannon Pohl (U.S.) 21-4 21-6

Ai Goto (Japan) beat Chloe Magee (Ireland) 21-13 21-9

11-Juliane Schenk (Germany) beat Aditi Mutatkar (India) 21-8 21-12

Susan Egelstaff (Scotland) beat Anu Nieminen (Finland) 21-19 22-20

Linda Zechiri (Bulgaria) beat Mingtian Fu (Singapore) 21-15 21-15

15-Maria Kristin Yulianti (Indonesia) beat Sophia Hansson (Sweden) 21-6 21-2

Ella Diehl (Russia) beat Hadia Hosny (Egypt) 21-8 21-14

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