To celebrate the All England Badminton Championships test your sports knowledge with this Badminton quiz.
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- Ratchanok Intanon (Tha) v Michelle Li (Can)
- Gabriela Stoeva (Bul) / Stefani Stoeva (Bul) v Greysia Polii (Idn) / Apriyani Rahayu (Idn)
- Tai Tzu Ying (Tpe) v Saina Nehwal (Ind)
- Ashwini Ponnappa (Ind) / Reddy N. Sikki (Ind) v Misaki Matsutomo (Jpn) / Ayaka Takahashi (Jpn)
- Brice Leverdez (Fra) v Kidambi Srikanth (Ind)
- Hans-Kristian Solberg Vittinghus (Den) v Lin Dan (Chn)
- Chung Eui Seok (Kor) / Kim Dukyoung (Kor) v Mathias Boe (Den) / Carsten Mogensen (Den)
- Manu Attri (Ind) / Reddy B. Sumeeth (Ind) v Marcus Ellis (Eng) / Chris Langridge (Eng)
- Mark Lamsfuss (Ger) / Isabel Herttrich (Ger) v Mathias Christiansen (Den) / Christinna Pedersen (Den)
- Chris Adcock (Eng) / Gabby Adcock (Eng) v Goh Soon Huat (Mas) / Shevon Jemie Lai (Mas)
- Chen Long (Chn) v Qiao Bin (Chn)
- Anders Antonsen (Den) v Lee Hyun Il (Kor)
- Fitriani Fitriani (Idn) v Soniia Cheah (Mas)
- Wang Chi-Lin (Tpe) / Lee Chia Hsin (Tpe) v Seung Jae Seo (Kor) / Kim Ha Na (Kor)
- Hiroyuki Endo (Jpn) / Yuta Watanabe (Jpn) v Kittinupong Kedren (Tha) / Dechapol Puavaranukroh (Tha)
- Line Hojmark Kjaersfeldt (Den) v Kim Hyo Min (Kor)
The BBC has live coverage of all five days of the All England Open Badminton Championships.
Taking place from 14-18 March at Arena Birmingham, the All England Open brings together the world's best badminton players for the longest running tournament in the sport.
England's Chris and Gabrielle Adcock will be looking to improve on their record having been knocked out in the semi-finals for the past two championships.
Malaysia's Lee Chong Wei will look to defend his title in the men's singles.
Wednesday 14 March
09:00-23:00, Connected TV and online
Thursday 15 March
12:00-21:00, Connected TV and online
Friday 16 March
10:00-15:00, Connected TV and online
17:00-22:00, Connected TV and online
Saturday 17 March
10:00-14:30, Red Button, Connected TV and online
17:30-22:00, Red Button, Connected TV and online
Sunday 18 March
11:50-18:15, BBC Red Button and onlineCopyright: BadmintonPhoto
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Badminton is fast and dynamic, and more than half a million people every week play it in the UK in sports halls, or at schools, leisure centres or social clubs.
Physically, it can be an energetic or light workout. Either way, your body will be leaping, lunging, twisting, turning and stretching.
You can just book one of the 22,000 leisure centre badminton courts with a friend and go for a few rallies or take the step to joining a club that will cater for social and competitive players of all ages.
You can find out more about get involved with Badminton in Get Inspired's handy guide here.