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Summary

  1. England's Rajiv Ouseph beats Czech Republic's Adam Mendrek 21-15, 21-13
  2. Preliminary matches being played today
  3. Scotland's Campbell/Macpherson lost to Sweden's Ruponen/Hogstrom 21-17, 21-16
  4. Scotland's Kieran Merrilees is beaten by China's Lin
  5. Scotland's Findlay/Pringle follow Ouseph
  6. Ireland's Joshua and Sam Magee conclude the action

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Today's order of play

    Chang/Yang (Tpe) bts Lee/Obanana (US) 21-12, 21-6

    Stipsits/Zirnwald (Aut) bts Leung/Wheller (Aus) 21-9, 21-11

    Ruponen/Hogstrom (Swe) bts Campbell/Macpherson (Sco) 21-17, 21-16

    Wong (HK) bt Salah (Egy) 21-15, 21-11

    Labar/Fontaine (Fra) bts Fadhilah/Anggraini (Idn) 21-13, 11-21, 27-25

    Kidambi (Ind) bt Sirant (Rus) 21-13, 21-12

    Son (Kor) bt Koljonen (Fin) 21-14, 21-16

    Mainaky (Idn) bt Foo Kune (Mri) 21-11, 21-16

    Saensomboonsuk (Tha) bt Fransman (Ned) 20-22, 21-12, 21-6

    Lin (Chn) bt Merrilees (Sco) 21-15, 21-10

    Sugiarto (Idn) bt Hu (HK) 21-16, 21-15

    Ouseph (Eng) bt Mendrek (Cze) 21-15, 21-13

  2. Are there any Britons competing?

    English men's number one Rajiv Ouseph (playing today) and Scottish women's number one Kirsty Gilmour, both seeded 16, are set to carry British singles hopes.

    England's Chris and Gabby Adcock, seeded fifth, are competing in the mixed doubles plus Olympic bronze medallists Marcus Ellis and Chris Langridge, seeded 14, are in the men’s doubles draw.

    Great Britain's Rajiv Ouseph
  3. Competition schedule

    Monday 21 August - Preliminaries

    Tuesday 22 August - Preliminaries

    Wednesday 23 August - Preliminaries

    Thursday 24 August - Round of last 16

    Friday 25 August - Quarter finals, session one & quarter finals, session two

    Saturday 26 August - Semi-finals, session one & semi-finals, session two

    Sunday 27 August - Finals

  4. How to get into Badminton

    Badminton is fast and dynamic, and more than half a million people every week play it in the UK in sports halls, schools, leisure centres or social clubs.

    Fancy giving it a try? Get Inspired have put together a handy guide to help you get involved in the sport.

    Badminton Coaching
  5. BBC Sport to show BWF World Championships

    August's badminton World Championships will be streamed live on the BBC Sport website and available via this page, with an hour-long television highlights show to follow the final.

    England's Chris and Gabby Adcock competed in the last BWF World Championships in Jakarta in 2015