Estonian International Women's singles finalists in 2020
Estonian International Women's singles finalists in 2020

The Estonian International in badminton is an international open held in Estonia since 2004 and is thereby one of the most recent international badminton tournaments in the world.

The tournament is now classified as BWF International Series (formerly Future Series) and admitted to the European Badminton Circuit. As many other international championships in badminton, that usually carry the name of the main sponsor, it is designed as Estonia Kalev International.

Previous winners

Year Men's singles Women's singles Men's doubles Women's doubles Mixed doubles
2004[1] Japan Yuichi Ikeda Estonia Kati Tolmoff Greece Theodoros Velkos
Greece George Patis
Estonia Kati Tolmoff
England Solenn Pasturel
Finland Ilkka Nyqvist
Finland Leena Löytömäki
2005[2] France Jean-Michel Lefort France Benoit Azzopard
France Baptiste Carême
Estonia Piret Hamer
Estonia Helen Klaos
France Jean-Michel Lefort
Lithuania Akvilė Stapušaitytė
2006 Lithuania Kęstutis Navickas Russia Andrey Ashmarin
Russia Anton Nazarenko
Germany Claudia Vogelgsang
Germany Caren Hückstädt
Poland Adam Cwalina
Poland Malgorzata Kurdelska
2007[3] Denmark Kristian Nielsen Finland Tuomas Nuorteva
Finland Mikko Vikman
Spain Lucia Tavera
Spain Sandra Chirlaque
Russia Anton Nazarenko
Russia Evgenia Antipova
2008 No competition
2009[4] Finland Ville Lång Russia Tatjana Bibik Japan Naoki Kawamae
Japan Shōji Satō
China Cai Jiani
China Rong Schafer
China Zhang Yi
China Cai Jiani
2010 Cancelled
2011[5] Finland Ville Lång New Zealand Michelle Chan Germany Peter Käsbauer
Germany Josche Zurwonne
Netherlands Selena Piek
Netherlands Iris Tabeling
Netherlands Jacco Arends
Netherlands Selena Piek
2012[6] Netherlands Judith Meulendijks France Laurent Constantin
France Sébastien Vincent
Netherlands Dave Khodabux
Netherlands Selena Piek
2013[7] Japan Kento Momota Denmark Line Kjærsfeldt France Laurent Constantin
France Matthieu Lo Ying Ping
Russia Irina Khlebko
Russia Ksenia Polikarpova
Finland Anton Kaisti
Finland Jenny Nyström
2014[8] Denmark Rasmus Fladberg Russia Evgeniya Kosetskaya Russia Nikita Khakimov
Russia Vasily Kuznetsov
Russia Anastasia Chervaykova
Russia Nina Vislova
Russia Vitalij Durkin
Russia Nina Vislova
2015[9] Finland Anton Kaisti Russia Olga Arkhangelskaya France Laurent Constantin
France Matthieu Lo Ying Ping
Russia Victoria Dergunova
Russia Olga Morozova
Denmark Kasper Antonsen
Denmark Amanda Madsen
2016[10] Finland Ville Lång Belgium Lianne Tan Germany Jones Ralfy Jansen
Germany Josche Zurwonne
Russia Anastasia Chervyakova
Russia Olga Morozova
Russia Alexandr Zinchenko
Russia Olga Morozova
2017[11] Estonia Raul Must France Delphine Lansac France Bastian Kersaudy
France Julien Maio
Bulgaria Mariya Mitsova
Bulgaria Petya Nedelcheva
Russia Rodion Alimov
Russia Alina Davletova
2018[12] France Lucas Claerbout Israel Ksenia Polikarpova Russia Andrey Parakhodin
Russia Nikolai Ukk
Russia Ekaterina Bolotova
Russia Alina Davletova
Germany Peter Käsbauer
Germany Olga Konon
2019[13] France Arnaud Merklé Japan Asuka Takahashi England Peter Briggs
England Gregory Mairs
Denmark Julie Finne-Ipsen
Denmark Mai Surrow
Singapore Danny Bawa Chrisnanta
Singapore Tan Wei Han
2020[14] Japan Hashiru Shimono Japan Natsuki Nidaira Chinese Taipei Chiang Chien-wei
Chinese Taipei Ye Hong-wei
Japan Rena Miyaura
Japan Saori Ozaki
Japan Yujiro Nishikawa
Japan Saori Ozaki
2021[15] Cancelled[note 1]
2022[16] France Alex Lanier Estonia Kristin Kuuba Thailand Ruttanapak Oupthong
Thailand Sirawit Sothon
Thailand Chasinee Korepap
Thailand Jhenicha Sudjaipraparat
Thailand Ratchapol Makkasasithorn
Thailand Jhenicha Sudjaipraparat
  1. ^ This tournament, originally to be played from 14 to 17 January, was later cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic in Estonia.

Performances by nation

Updated after the 2022 edition.

Pos Nation MS WS MD WD XD Total
1  Russia 3 3 5 4 15
2  France 4 1 5 0.5 10.5
3  Finland 5 1 2 8
 Japan 3 2 1 1 1 8
5  Estonia 1 5 1.5 7.5
6  Netherlands 1 2 2 5
 Denmark 2 1 1 1 5
8  Germany 2 1 1 4
9  Thailand 1 1 1 3
10  China 1 1 2
11  Lithuania 1 0.5 1.5
 England 1 0.5 1.5
13  Belgium 1 1
 Bulgaria 1 1
 Chinese Taipei 1 1
 Greece 1 1
 Israel 1 1
 New Zealand 1 1
 Poland 1 1
 Singapore 1 1
 Spain 1 1
Total 16 16 16 16 16 80

References

  1. ^ "BWF - Estonia 'Kalev' International 2004 - Winners".
  2. ^ "BWF - Estonia Kalev International 2005 - Winners".
  3. ^ "BWF - KALEV INTERNATIONAL 2007 - Winners".
  4. ^ http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/winners.aspx?id=C00D1E1F-E85D-41B6-8113-D8D7B9747907
  5. ^ "BWF - Yonex Estonian International 2011 - Winners".
  6. ^ "BWF - Yonex Estonian International 2012 - Winners".
  7. ^ "BWF - Yonex Estonian International 2013 - Winners".
  8. ^ "BWF - Yonex Estonian International 2014 - Winners".
  9. ^ "BWF - Yonex Estonian International 2015 - Winners".
  10. ^ "BWF - YONEX Estonian International 2016 - Winners".
  11. ^ "BWF - YONEX Estonian International 2017 - Winners".
  12. ^ "BWF - YONEX Estonian International 2018 - Winners".
  13. ^ "BWF - YONEX Estonian International 2019 - Winners".
  14. ^ "BWF - YONEX Estonian International 2020 - Winners".
  15. ^ "YONEX Estonian International 2021 (Cancelled) | BWF".
  16. ^ https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament?id=EC473D6C-56F1-4CF5-9561-DD3311E84489