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KUALA LUMPUR: The Badminton World Federation (BWF) has come under fire for their last minute decision to overturn a first round walkover at the Yonex Thailand Open in Bangkok.

BAM slam BWF over Covid-19 issue at Thailand Open | New Straits Times

Badminton's governing body (BWF) said on Wednesday it will work with Thai health authorities to ensure "comfortable" Covid-19 testing conditions at the Thailand Open after Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth was left with a bloody nose following a test.Badminton's governing body (BWF) said on Wednesday it will work with Thai health authorities to ensure "comfortable" Covid-19 testing conditions at the Thailand Open after Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth was left with a bloody nose following a test.

BWF to ensure 'comfortable' Covid tests after shuttler left with bleeding nose

Spain's Carolina Marin sailed through the Thailand Open badminton first round on Tuesday as she made a fast start to her season, six months before her Olympic title defence. The Thailand Open is the first of three consecutive restart tournaments in Bangkok as badminton resumes after a coronavirus-ravaged 2020.

Olympic champion Marin makes fast start at Thailand Open

Malaysia’s singles player S. Kisona Tuesday advanced to the second round of the Yonex Thailand Open without flexing a muscle after Saina Nehwal of India tested positive for Covid-19Malaysia’s singles player S. Kisona Tuesday advanced to the second round of the Yonex Thailand Open without flexing a muscle after Saina Nehwal of India tested positive for Covid-19

Kisona advances to second round | Daily Express Online - Sabah's Leading News Portal

A wretched spell for badminton ends at this week's Thailand Open, where players will emerge from hotel quarantine to restart the world tour in bubble conditions in Bangkok. The world's top players -- minus China and Japan, who were forced to pull out -- have been bursting for a return…

Bubble badminton: Tour returns behind closed doors in Bangkok - Japan Today

Badminton News: Badminton's governing body (BWF) said on Wednesday it will work with Thai health authorities to ensure "comfortable" COVID-19 testing conditions at thBadminton News: Badminton's governing body (BWF) said on Wednesday it will work with Thai health authorities to ensure "comfortable" COVID-19 testing conditions at th

Kidambi Srikanth: BWF to ensure comfortable COVID testing after player left with nosebleed | Badminton News - Times of India

Badminton News: Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth sailed into the second round of the ongoing Thailand Open after a comfortable win over compatriot Sourabh Verma on WeIndian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth sailed into the second round of the ongoing Thailand Open after a comfortable win over compatriot Sourabh Verma on Wednesday.

Thailand Open: Kidambi Srikanth beats Sourabh Verma, breezes into 2nd round | Badminton News - Times of India

Srikanth, 27, is in the city along with the rest of the Indian badminton squad for the ongoing Thailand OpenSrikanth, 27, is in the city along with the rest of the Indian badminton squad for the ongoing Thailand Open

Srikanth left with bloodied nose after multiple Covid-19 tests - News | Khaleej Times

Srikanth is in Bangkok for the Thailand open which commenced on Tuesday and will go on until January 17. Srikanth is in Bangkok for the Thailand open which commenced on Tuesday and will go on until January 17. 

Kidambi Srikanth slams COVID-19 testing experience in Thailand, says haven't come to 'shed blood' | Badminton News | Zee News

Badminton returns to Bangkok - Badminton England

Thailand Open: BWF says, "Doctor attended Srikanth 'shortly' after reporting nosebleed" , Thailand Open , BWF on Srikanth nosebleed, Badminton World FederationThailand Open: BWF says, "Doctor attended Srikanth 'shortly' after reporting nosebleed" , Thailand Open , BWF on Srikanth nosebleed, Badminton World Federation

Thailand Open: BWF says, "Doctor attended Srikanth 'shortly' after reporting nosebleed"

National players Loh Kean Yew, Yeo Jia Min, Crystal Wong and Jin Yujia are competing in Bangkok.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Sport News -National players Loh Kean Yew, Yeo Jia Min, Crystal Wong and Jin Yujia are competing in Bangkok.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Badminton: Worries for S'pore shuttlers on tour as Thailand Open hit by 4 coronavirus cases, Sport News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Kidambi Srikanth had slammed authorities at Thailand Open 2021 after being left with a bloodied nose following a string of Covid-19 tests.Kidambi Srikanth had slammed authorities at Thailand Open 2021 after being left with a bloodied nose following a string of Covid-19 tests.

Srikanth, who is scheduled to open his campaign on Wednesday against fellow Indian Verma, shared photographs of his nose bleeding after he was tested for the fourth time.Srikanth, who is scheduled to open his campaign on Wednesday against fellow Indian Verma, shared photographs of his nose bleeding after he was tested for the fourth time.

Thailand Open: Kidambi Srikanth sustains bleeding nose, says poor treatment of health officials 'unacceptable' - Sports News , Firstpost

SINGAPORE: Three of the four badminton players who had tested positive for COVID-19 have been cleared to return to competition at the Thailand ...SINGAPORE: Three of the four badminton players who had tested positive for COVID-19 have been cleared to return to competition at the Thailand ...

Three badminton players who tested positive for COVID-19 cleared to return for Thailand Open: BWF - CNA

Taking to Twitter, Kidambi Srikkanth shared how his nose was bleeding profusely after his repeated COVID tests, calling the shocking mistreatment 'unacceptable'Taking to Twitter, Kidambi Srikkanth shared how his nose was bleeding profusely after his repeated COVID tests, calling the shocking mistreatment 'unacceptable'

Thailand Open: Kidambi Srikanth made to undergo 4 COVID tests; shares images of nose bleed

Ace Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth who is in Bangkok right now along with the Indian contingent has hit out at the authorities for a rather unpleasant experience during his Covid-19 swab test.Ace Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth who is in Bangkok right now along with the Indian contingent has hit out at the authorities for a rather unpleasant experience during his Covid-19 swab test.

'We Take Care of Ourselves for the Match Not to Come and Shed Blood', Kidambi Srikanth Hits Out at BWF

Thailand Open 2021: After Kidambi Srikanth lashed out at medical authorities in Bangkok over a bloodied nose following a swab test, the Badminton World Federation issued a statement on Wednesday, giving out the medical explanation for the incident.Thailand Open 2021: After Kidambi Srikanth lashed out at medical authorities in Bangkok over a bloodied nose following a swab test, the Badminton World Federation issued a statement on Wednesday, giving out the medical explanation for the incident.

There was no complaint from Kidambi Srikanth: BWF explains nose bleeding after Covid-19 swab test - Sports News

Former world number 1 Kidambi Srikanth shared photographs of his nose bleeding after he was tested for the fourth time.Former world number 1 Kidambi Srikanth shared photographs of his nose bleeding after he was tested for the fourth time.

Kidambi Srikanth’s nose bleeds from repeated Covid tests, calls it unacceptable | Sports News,The Indian Express

Former world number 1 Kidambi Srikanth shared photographs of his nose bleeding after he was tested for the fourth time.Former world number 1 Kidambi Srikanth shared photographs of his nose bleeding after he was tested for the fourth time.

Kidambi Srikanth’s nose bleeds from repeated Covid tests, calls it unacceptable | Sports News,The Indian Express

The world number 14 had described tests conducted at the event as unacceptable in a tweet that was accompanied by an image of blood dripping down his face following a fourth mandatory test on Tuesday.The world number 14 had described tests conducted at the event as "unacceptable" in a tweet that was accompanied by an image of blood dripping down his face following a fourth mandatory test on Tuesday.

Badminton body to ensure comfortable COVID test after player left with nosebleed - Sports - The Jakarta Post