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February, 15 2014 09:44:55

Minh seeded 8th at All England tournament

The Vietnamese top player Nguyen Tien Minh was seeded No 8 at the All England Open Badminton Championships 2014 from March 3-9 in Birmingham City of England.

This tournament, one of the Super Series Premier events, offers US$400.000 as total prize money.

The All England will gather many excellent players, such as Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia (world No 1), Chen Long of China (No 2) and Tommy Sugiarto of Indonesia (No 3).

The draw will be held by the Badminton World Federation in February 18. — VNS


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