Thread: BWF Ranking - Member ID
03-29-2010, 06:09 AM #1
BWF Ranking - Member ID
I can't find any article regarding Professional player's BWF ID.
Every pro-players have their own Member ID number, for instance, Chong Wei member ID is 50152 and Peter Gade is 6926.
I am just wondering if pro-players are registered in sequence. If so, Peter is the oldest registered player in BWF ranking.
03-30-2010, 06:04 PM #2
its just a random ID number that is given to you when you become part of the IBF by playing international tournaments. cause mine is 5 long but almost half that of taufiks ID number which wouldnt work if it was given out in sequence.
04-03-2010, 04:19 PM #3
How do you get one of these numbers, do you have to write to the BWF before they give you one ? Do you need these numbers before entering tournaments,
Smash master, can you explain please, I may be entering international events within the next 12 months
04-03-2010, 04:42 PM #4
are you part of the national circuit yet ld rules?
04-03-2010, 05:05 PM #5
sorry should have explained that better, basically, what i plan to do, is enter a tournament in November, which is called international event. I think i have to give it a miss this year anyway, but, for next year i will need to know how to get one of these numbers.
Regarding, the national circuit, i think i am on the national junior circuit, but not the senior one, i have a few junior events left for this season, and then a whole summer to train, and assess what to do from there, obviously playing more tournaments south of the border will help, but that will be for next year.
Any chance you can give me more info about tournaments in england, that are of a high standard ? Thanks
like i said though, i have played a few tournaments on the national junior circuit, not the adult one yet.
04-03-2010, 05:09 PM #6
its labeled as international, but a lot of the junior players get special dispensation to play, in the qualification round, its good experience ! Even if i lose 21-0 21-0 that said, 2011 i think will be the year i do that tournament, still too young probaly.
04-03-2010, 05:28 PM #7
you first have to get affiliated. this can be done either from a club or individually. Then on the badminton england website will list a different set of different levels of play. elite, challenger, satellite, orbitals and bonanzas. All except bonanzas will achieve you national ranking points.
The website should provide you with the necessary information
04-03-2010, 06:55 PM #8
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