1968 All England Championships
Tournament details
Dates19 March 1968 (1968-03-19)
23 March 1968 (1968-03-23)
Edition58th
VenueWembley Arena
LocationLondon
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The 1968 All England Championships was a badminton tournament held at Wembley Arena, London, England, from 19–23 March 1968.[1]

Final results

Category Winners Runners-up Score
Men's singles Indonesia Rudy Hartono Malaysia Tan Aik Huang 15-12, 15-9
Women's singles Sweden Eva Twedberg Indonesia Minarni 11-6, 11-2
Men's doubles Denmark Henning Borch & Erland Kops Malaysia Ng Boon Bee & Tan Yee Khan 15-6 15-4
Women's doubles Indonesia Minarni & Retno Koestijah Japan Noriko Takagi & Hiroe Amano 15-5 15-8
Mixed doubles England Tony Jordan & Sue Pound Scotland Bob McCoig & Muriel Woodcock 15-6, 15-6

Muljadi was formerly known as Ang Tjin Siang. Mary O'Sullivan married and became Mary Bryan.

Men's singles

Section 1

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Indonesia Rudy Hartono + 15 15
England Paul Whetnall 5 7 Indonesia Hartono 15 15
Denmark Henning Borch 15 15 Denmark Borch 5 4
West Germany Torsten Winter 11 6 Indonesia Hartono 15 15
Sweden Sture Johnsson 15 10 15 Sweden Johnsson 5 8
Canada Jamie Paulson 10 15 0 Sweden Johnsson 15 15
Denmark Jorgen Mortensen 5 15 15 Denmark Mortensen 8 5
Malaysia Yew Chen Hok 15 6 8 Indonesia Hartono 15 12 15
Denmark Svend Andersen Pri + 15 15 Denmark Andersen Pri 9 15 9
England Brian White 9 4 Denmark Andersen Pri 18 15
Malaysia Punch Gunalan 15 15 Malaysia Gunalan 13 8
West Germany Willi Braun 4 12 Denmark Andersen Pri 17 15
Denmark Elo Hansen 15 15 Denmark Hansen 14 8
England David Eddy 6 8 Denmark Hansen 15 18
Thailand Sangob Rattanusorn 15 16 15 Thailand Rattanusorn 9 14
Sweden Kurt Johnsson 9 18 5

Section 2

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Malaysia Tan Aik Huang + 15 15
England S J Shaw 2 2 Malaysia Aik Huang 15 10 15
West Germany Wolfgang Bochow 15 15 West Germany Bochow 5 15 7
England J Tank 10 7 Malaysia Aik Huang 15 15
Thailand Channarong Ratanaseangsuang 15 15 Thailand Channarong 10 7
Malaysia Abdul Rahman 11 8 Thailand Channarong 15 15
Singapore Lee Kin Tat 15 11 15 Singapore Kin Tat 4 6
Japan Takeshi Miyanaga 9 15 8 Malaysia Aik Huang 15 15
Denmark Erland Kops + 15 15 Denmark Kops 9 9
West Germany Franz Beinvogel 5 6 Denmark Kops 13 15 15
Indonesia Muljadi 4 15 10 Indonesia Muljadi 15 5 4
Malaysia Teh Kew San 15 13 9ret Denmark Kops 15 15
Japan Ippei Kojima 15 15 Japan Kojima 12 9
England Colin Beacom 5 3 Japan Kojima 15 15
Malaysia Tan Aik Mong 15 15 Malaysia Mong 6 5
Denmark Niels Norgaard 7 8

+ Denotes seed

Women's singles

Section 1

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Sweden Eva Twedberg 11 11
England Julie Charles 2 1 Sweden Twedberg 11 11
Denmark Lene Christensen 12 11 Denmark Christensen 4 3
West Germany Gerda Schumacher 10 7 Sweden Twedberg 11 11
Denmark Lizbeth Von Barnekow 11 11 Denmark Von Barnekow 2 2
Australia Fay Truscott 0 3 Denmark Von Barnekow 11 11
England Sue Pound 11 11 England Pound 6 1
Netherlands Felice De Nooyer 7 7 Sweden Twedberg 11 11
West Germany Irmgard Latz 12 11 West Germany Latz 9 7
Denmark Anne Flindt 10 4 West Germany Latz 12 11
England Margaret Boxall 12 11 England Boxall 10 4
Japan Hiroe Amano 9 7 West Germany Latz 11 8 12
Netherlands Agnes Geene 11 11 Netherlands Geene 1 11 10
England Angela Bairstow 8 7 Netherlands Geene 12 11
Denmark Karin Jørgensen 11 12 Denmark Jorgensen 11 3
Republic of Ireland Yvonne Kelly 1 10

Section 2

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Indonesia Minarni Soedaryanto 11 11
England Phyllis Kirkwood 0 2 Indonesia Minarni 11 11
Netherlands Margot Ter Metz 11 11 Netherlands Ter Metz 0 1
Scotland Mary Thompson 8 4 Indonesia Minarni 11 11
West Germany Marieluise Wackerow 11 11 West Germany Wackerow 6 5
Netherlands Lilli Ter Metz 5 9 West Germany Wackerow 11 11
Republic of Ireland Mary Bryan 11 12 Republic of Ireland Bryan 6 5
Denmark Bente Sorensen 1 10 Indonesia Minarni 11 8 11
Japan Noriko Takagi 11 11 Japan Takagi 0 11
Netherlands Joke Van Beusekom 4 0 Japan Takagi 11 11
Denmark Pernille Mølgaard Hansen 11 11 Denmark Molgaard-Hansen 6 3
England Iris Rogers 6 5 Japan Takagi 11 11
England Ursula Smith 11 11 England Smith 2 0
England Charlotte Lindsay 4 8 England Smith 8 11 11
West Germany Gudrun Ziebold w/o West Germany Ziebold 11 5 2
Denmark Ulla Strand

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". The Times. Archived from the original on 18 January 2017. Retrieved 16 September 2012.((cite web)): CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)