1993 Asian Badminton Championships
Tournament details
VenueQueen Elizabeth Stadium
LocationHong Kong
1992 Kuala Lumpur 1994 Shanghai

The 1993 Asian Badminton Championships (officially, Seiko Asian Badminton Men's Team Championships) was the 12th edition of Badminton Asia Championships. It took place from March 31 to April 4, 1993 at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Hong Kong. Only the team competition for men's teams was held. Indonesian Men's team won the crown.

Men's team medalists

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's team[1][2]  Indonesia
Imay Hendra
Bagus Setiadi
Ardy Wiranata
Alan Budikusuma
Hermawan Susanto
Rexy Mainaky
Ricky Subagja
Heryanto Arbi
Chen Kang
Wang Zhengwen
Zheng Yumin
Huang Zhanzhong
Wu Wenkai
Liu Jun
Chen Hongyong
Deng Xiaojian
Foo Kok Keong
Cheah Soon Kit
Soo Beng Kiang
Yong Hock Kin
Yap Yee Guan
Yap Yee Hup
Ong Ewe Hock
Pang Chen
 Chinese Taipei
Lin Wei-chen
Horng Shin-jeng
Huang Chuan-chen
Liu En-hung
Lee Mou-chou
Chang Jeng-shyuang
Yang Shih-jeng
Ger Shin-ming[3]

Division 1

Men's team of Indonesia won the Asian Championships by defeating China in the final.


Malaysia vs Indonesia

China vs Chinese Taipei

Final Round

The championship winner was the team from Indonesia, ahead of China. In the final on April 4, 1993, the 25-year-old Chinese player Zheng Yumin collapsed in the fourth of five matches of the team fight when Indonesians were leading 2–0. He had to be given mouth-to-mouth breathing assistance and chest compressions before he was rushed to Hospital. Indonesia gave walkover for the last match and won by 3–2.[4][5]

China vs Indonesia

Division 2



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  2. ^ Koh, Thomas (4 April 1993). "Singapore thrashed 5-0 in men's Division Two final". The Straits Times. p. 26. Retrieved 29 December 2022 – via NewspaperSG.
  3. ^ "Scoreline – Badminton". The New Paper. 3 April 1993. p. 48. Retrieved 29 December 2022 – via NewspaperSG.
  4. ^ "Pemain China rebah ketika dahului Indonesia". Berita Harian (in Malay). 5 April 1993. p. 9. Retrieved 29 December 2022 – via NewspaperSG.
  5. ^ "Scorecard – Badminton". The Business Times. 5 April 1993. p. 15. Retrieved 29 December 2022 – via NewspaperSG.