|Full name||Camilla Martin Nygaard|
|Born||March 23, 1974|
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Weight||59 kg (130 lb)|
|Career record||373 wins, 103 losses|
Camilla Martin Nygaard (née Martin; born 23 March 1974) is a retired badminton player from Denmark. She and Lene Køppen, who played two decades earlier, are the only Danish women to have won both the All England and World Championships singles titles.
She primarily played woman's singles. In that discipline she won the Danish national championships 13 years consecutively, from 1991 to 2003, European champion three times, in 1996, 1998, and 2000, and World champion once in 1999. She won All England Open in 2002.
The only major tournament that she never won was the Olympic Games. She earned silver in 2000 Olympics after losing to Gong Zhichao of China in the final.
In Camilla Martin's last year as an elite player, she played at the 2004 Olympics, defeating Kanako Yonekura of Japan in the first round but losing to Tracey Hallam of Great Britain in the round of 16.
She helped Denmark win the European team championship in 1996, 1998, 2000,2002 and 2004.
Camilla Martin is the daughter of the former Danish footballer Bent Martin. Her brother is the former Danish footballer Ken Martin.
She married economist Lars Nygaard 25 May 2005, and changed her name to Camilla Martin Nygaard.
She currently works as co-host of the Danish football magazine, Onside.
|2000||The Dome, Sydney, Australia||Gong Zhichao||10–13, 3–11|
|1999||Brøndby Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark||Dai Yun||11–6, 6–11, 11–10|
|1994||Phan Dinh Phung Indoor Stadium, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||Susi Susanti||10–12, 1–11|
|2004||Queue d’Arve Sport Center, Geneva, Switzerland||Mia Audina||4–11, 13–10, 8–11|
|2002||Baltiska hallen, Malmö, Sweden||Yao Jie||7–0, 7–2, 0–7, 3–7, 1–7|
|2000||Kelvin Hall International Sports Arena, Glasgow, Scotland||Marina Andrievskaya||13–10, 11–3|
|1998||Winter Sports Palace, Sofia, Bulgaria||Kelly Morgan||11–2, 11–4|
|1996||Herning Badminton Klub, Herning, Denmark||Marina Yakusheva||11–0, 11–3|
|1992||Kelvin Hall, Glasgow, Scotland||Pernille Nedergaard||10–12, 11–6, 7–11|
|1989||Armitage Centre, Manchester, England||Helene Kirkegaard||11–4, 11–4|
|Helene Kirkegaard|| Marlene Thomsen
|5–15, 15–13, 5–15|
The World Badminton Grand Prix sanctioned by International Badminton Federation (IBF) since 1983.
|2003||German Open||Zhang Ning||7–11, 3–11||Runner-up|
|2003||Malaysia Open||Zhou Mi||1–11, 11–7, 5–11||Runner-up|
|2003||Japan Open||Xie Xingfang||11–1, 11–5||Winner|
|2002||Denmark Open||Gong Ruina||11–5, 3–11, 11–7||Winner|
|2002||Malaysia Open||Hu Ting||8–11, 6–11||Runner-up|
|2002||All England Open||Gong Ruina||7–5, 8–6, 7–3||Winner|
|2001||Denmark Open||Pi Hongyan||8–6, 7–3, 7–0||Winner|
|2001||Korea Open||Kim Ji-hyun||11–7, 8–11, 13–10||Winner|
|2000||Denmark Open||Zhou Mi||11–1, 6–11, 7–11||Runner-up|
|2000||Indonesia Open||Wang Chen||11–9, 11–4||Winner|
|2000||Korea Open||Kanako Yonekura||11–6, 11–6||Winner|
|1999||Denmark Open||Zhou Mi||8–11, 11–3, 11–1||Winner|
|1998||Hong Kong Open||Lidya Djaelawijaya||11–3, 11–0||Winner|
|1998||Denmark Open||Ye Zhaoying||13–10, 11–8||Winner|
|1998||Swiss Open||Ye Zhaoying||12–9, 11–8||Winner|
|1997||Denmark Open||Mette Pedersen||11–2, 11–8||Winner|
|1997||German Open||Marina Andrievskaya||11–7, 11–2||Winner|
|1997||U.S. Open||Dai Yun||11–4, 6–11, 12–10||Winner|
|1997||Swiss Open||Ye Zhaoying||9–12, 11–6, 11–5||Winner|
|1997||Chinese Taipei Open||Mia Audina||12–10, 11–2||Winner|
|1996||Hong Kong Open||Mia Audina||11–8, 11–6||Winner|
|1996||U.S. Open||Mia Audina||5–11, 9–12||Runner-up|
|1996||Swiss Open||Yuliani Sentosa||4–11, 11–6, 11–2||Winner|
|1995||German Open||Mia Audina||11–6, 11–6||Winner|
|1995||All England Open||Lim Xiaoqing||9–11, 12–10, 7–11||Runner-up|
|1995||Swiss Open||Lim Xiaoqing||11–7, 11–7||Winner|
|1994||Denmark Open||Lim Xiaoqing||11–5, 5–11, 12–11||Winner|
|1994||Swiss Open||Ika Henny||11–5, 11–1||Winner|
|1993||Dutch Open||Susi Susanti||7–11, 1–11||Runner-up|
|1990||German Open||Pernille Nedergaard||9–12, 8–11||Runner-up|
|1994||Hamburg Cup||Monique Hoogland||11–3, 11–2||Winner|
|1993||Scottish Open||Denyse Julien||11–6, 11–8||Winner|
|1993||Finnish Open||Pernille Nedergaard||11–12, 12–11, 11–7||Winner|
|1993||Canadian Open||Pernille Nedergaard||11–5, 11–5||Winner|
|1993||Amor International||Monique Hoogland||11–5, 11–7||Winner|
|1990||Czechoslovakian International||Helle Andersen||11–8, 11–1||Winner|
|1990||Polish Open||Chen Ying||11–4, 7–11, 1–11||Runner-up|
|1993||Finnish Open||Marlene Thomsen|| Marina Andrievskaya
|1990||Czechoslovakian International||Helene Kirkegaard|| Trine Johansson
|1990||Polish Open||Helene Kirkegaard|| Chen Ying
|1989||Norwegian International||Lotte Olsen||
Record against year-end Finals finalists, World Championships semi-finalists, and Olympic quarter-finalists.