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Scottish Open: Watch Live Online!

Scottish Open: Watch Live Online!

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Watch the world's fasted racket sport with some of the best players competing for gold in this years annual event as part of the Badminton World Federation Grand Prix event series.

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Gilmour wins Silver

Gilmour wins Silver

Kirsty Gilmour grabs Commonwealth silver

Scotland’s Kirsty Gilmour grabbed the silver medal in the women’s singles final at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow’s Emirates Arena on the last day of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

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Bronze for Blair & Bankier

Bronze for Blair & Bankier

Robert Blair & Imogen Bankier claim Glasgow 2014 bronze

Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier ensured Scotland their best badminton medal haul at the Commonwealth Games since 1986 in Edinburgh.

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Badminton Scotland’s School of the Month Award

Badminton Scotland’s School of the Month Award

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School of the Month Award – find out how to get involved

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Created on 22 November 2014

Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier 2014 SOGP day 2ROBERT BLAIR and Imogen Bankier are one win away from a successful defence of their Scottish Open Grand Prix mixed doubles title.

The Commonwealth Games bronze medallists came through a tough test against German third seeds Peter Kaesbauer and Isabel Herttrich at a noisy Emirates Arena in Glasgow this afternoon.

The top seeds had to come back from a game down before winning 17-21 21-15 21-14 in 53 minutes. In the final they will face Niclas Nohr and Sara Thygesen, the Danish fourth seeds.

Bankier said of the semi-final: “They came out fast and it took a while to adjust. But we got a good start to the second game and kept it going in the third.”

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Created on 21 November 2014

Imogen Bankier and Kirsty Gilmour 2014 SOGP day 3KIRSTY GILMOUR gave her fans a fright tonight before booking her place in a second semi-final at the Scottish Open Grand Prix.

Gilmour, who made light work of Czech opponent Zuzana Pavelkova in her last 16 match in the morning, dropped her first game of the tournament when Sweden’s Elinor Widh won the opener 21-16.

But the Commonwealth silver medallist shrugged off a heavy cold to battle back in the second game and level the contest 21-9 before getting the measure of her opponent to clinch the decider 21-14 after 58 minutes.

Gilmour, last year’s runner-up to new world champion Carolina Marin of Spain, said: “I started well but then she got into a rhythm and she is a strong, strong girl. She made fewer errors than when I have seen her before.

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Created on 21 November 2014

Kirsty Gilmour 2014 SOGP day 3KIRSTY GILMOUR made Glasgow’s Emirates Arena a home from home today when she won her women’s singles and doubles to reach tonight’s quarter-finals of the Scottish Open Grand Prix.

Top seed Gilmour was one of the first players into action in the morning session and she was a girl in a hurry as she reeled off the first 11 points on the way to a 21-10 21-11 win over Czech opponent Zuzana Pavelokova in a 32-minute contest.

That earned the Commonwealth silver medallist and 2013 Scottish Open runner-up a quarter-final with Sweden’s Elinor Widh.

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Created on 20 November 2014

Kirsty Gilmour 2014 SOGP day 2KIRSTY GILMOUR displayed her Commonwealth Games silver medal credentials today as she started her women’s singles challenge at badminton’s Scottish Open Grand Prix.

Top seed Gilmour returned to the scene of her silver success at Glasgow 2014 and needed to produce a strong performance to overcome American Rong Schafer 21-15 21-17.

The day ended with Scotland's defending champions and Commonwealth mixed doubles bronze medallists Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier easing through into the second round as the top seeds brushed aside England's Matthew Clare and Devon Minnis 21-7 21-13 in just 18 minutes.

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