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Highest World Ranking Single: 3

Date of birth: 13 March 1995
Nationality: Japan
Height: 154cm
School: Nishina Taichu → Omiya Higashi High School → Nihon Unisys

 

Products used:

Racket: ALTIUS 01 FEEL SPECIAL EDITION

Shoes: WAVE CLAW

Main Achievements:

  • 2020 All Japan Championship Women's Singles Winner

  • 2019 All Japan Championship Women's Singles Winner

  • 2019 Fuzhou China Open Women's Singles Runner-up

  • 2019 Denmark Open Women's Singles Runner-up

  • 2019 BWF World Badminton Championships Women's Singles Runner-up

  • 2019 Japan Open Women's Singles Runner-up

  • 2018 All Japan Championship Women's Singles Runner-up

  • 2018 Korea Open Women's Singles Winner

  • 2018 Thailand Open Women's Singles Winner

  • 2017 World Championship Women's Singles Winner

  • 2017 BWF World Badminton Championships Women's Singles Winner

  • 2017 Australian Open Women's Singles Winner

  • 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics Women's Singles Bronze Medal

  • 2016 British Open Women's Singles Winner

  • 2015 Super Series Final Women's Singles Winner

  • 2015 Daihatsu Yonex Japan Open Women's Singles Winner

  • 2015 Malaysia Masters Women's Singles Winner

Kie Nakanishi

中西 貴映

Nihon Unisys Business Group Badminton Club

Highest World Ranking (Women's Doubles)

15

(2022)

Date of birth

24 Dec 1995

Nationality

Japan

Height

170cm

School

Seishin Junior High School → Omiya Higashi High School → Waseda University

Social Media

  • Instagram
  • Twitter
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Main Achivements

2022

2021

2019

2018

  • Badminton Asia Championship 2022 (Women's Doubles Runner-up)

  • HYLO Open (Women's Doubles Runner-up)

  • Belgian International (Women's Doubles Champion)

  • Dubai International Challenge (Women's Doubles Champion)

  • Dutch Open (Women's Doubles Runner-up)

  • South Australia International (Women's Doubles Champion)

  • Finnish Open (Women's Doubles 2nd Runner-up)

  • Indonesia International Challenge (Women's Singles 2nd Runner-up)

  • Barfoot & Thompson New Zealand Open

  • (Women's Doubles 2nd Runner-up)

2023

  • Syed Modi India International (Women's Doubles Champion)

  • Denmark Open (Women's Doubles 2nd Runner-up)

  • Artic Open (Women's Doubles 2nd Runner-up)

2024

  • Petronas Malaysia Open (Women's Doubles 2nd Runner-up)

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