BWF toying with scoring format change again

PETALING JAYA: It has been barely two years since the Badminton World Federation’s (BWF) proposal to replace the existing badminton scoring format of 21x3 to 11x5 was shot down – but talk of the change has re-emerged.

BWF president Poul-Erik Hoyer has not given up just yet on the idea that he was hoping to implement since taking over at the helm of the world body since 2013.

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