|Born||(1910-08-12)12 August 1910|
|Died||27 May 2001(2001-05-27) (aged 90)|
Ralph Cyril Fulford Nichols (12 August 1910 – 27 May 2001) was an English male international badminton player.
Nichols won 9 All England Open Badminton Championships titles between 1932 and 1939, 5 of them in men's singles, 3 in men's doubles with his older brother Leslie Nichols and 1 in mixed doubles, and is the last Englishman to win the All England Open in men's singles (1938). He also won four Irish Championships.
He was part of the English touring team that visited Canada during 1930. A match was held at the Granite Club in Toronto which England won 7–2.
Nichols was included in the Badminton Hall of Fame in 1997.
|1||Men's singles||1932, 1934, 1936, 1937, 1938||All England Open|
|Men's doubles||1936, 1937, 1938|
|1||Men's singles||1937, 1939||Scottish Open|
|Men's doubles||1937, 1947, 1950|
|1||Men's singles||1936||Irish Championships|
|1||Men's doubles||1938||Denmark Open|
|1||Men's singles||1935||French Open|
|Men's doubles||1935, 1954|
|Mixed doubles||1935, 1954|
|1||Men's doubles||1930||Welsh Open|
Members of the Badminton Hall of Fame