Best Badminton Blogs 2018

My previous Best Badminton Blog post is one of the most popular posts. But I wrote that two years ago and the badminton blog world has changed. So I thought I would update it for the new year.

The Adcocks have Joined the Blogging World!

That’s right, Chris and Gabby Adcock, the British mixed doubles darlings, have made a new website which includes a blog. Even cooler they have translations in Chinese, Malay, Indonesia and an Indian language. They definitely know their badminton audience and it’s nice they cater to everyone. They don’t blog a lot, and they are usually short blogs, but they offer some unique insights of one of the world’s top mixed doubles team.

Blog post to check out: Our 2020 Olympic Funding Boost. This post gives an insight into how pro players in England struggle to have enough money to pay everyone in their team.

Toby NG

Toby is still going strong with his blog (though he tends to have more long facebook updates than posts these days). He’s always been quite open and honest but something is up with him these days. He wrote a blog called Bad Guy where he is going off the rails about *something.* It’s clearly a vent post, and I’m sure the people that know and play with him know what he is talking about. But he never clearly says it, so those of us from afar are left slightly confused. But I love gossip and drama and whatever problem he had you know it was good and catty so I liked that rant.

Toby just announced on facebook he’ll be retiring soon so I’m not sure if his blog will last for much longer. But he says he’ll probably stick with badminton so hopefully he’ll keep his blog updated.

Nicholas Bonkowsky’s Badminton Blog

He hardly ever writes updates anymore, about once every 6-month, but Nicholas keeps at it so he makes the active blogger list again. I still like his mammoth length blog posts detailing all the parts of badminton competition including what he does after the competitions.

Blog post to check out: 2016 THAIHOT China Open. I chose this one not only because it is his only blog post in 2018. but because it was the same competition I met Lee Chong Wei! So it was interesting to hear about what the competition was like from a players point-of-view. Also Nick, next time you come to China let me know! I’d love to meet.

That’s all I know about the pro’s blogging but what about the amateur players? There are two new entries in this field, both women!

Badminton Chronicles

These are the chronicles of Jooji, a woman in England who has recently found badminton and got a real passion for it. She’s a beginner and I think any badminton player can relate to her elation, and depression, with learning the sport from scratch. I mean, that was me when this blog started so I can more than relate. I also like it’s a female blogger and she’s totally honest and open about her period, and her hair and other things male players don’t have to worry about. When she started her blog she was a gung-ho blogger posting several times a week. Now her blog posts are getting further apart in time so I hope it doesn’t mean she is losing her passion for playing.

Blog post to check out: Friday Club has a new system. Since I’m a spoiled player with my own dedicated 14-court badminton place available to me at all hours, I don’t know anything about systems for clubs to make sure of fair play for a large group with only a few courts. I’ve heard people talk about a “peg system” but she explains it all in this post which I found interesting.

Sydney Social Badminton

Another female blogger Eve lives and plays in in Sydney, Australia (hence the name). Eve talks less about herself and her own training and more about the sport. She has interviews with stringers and players in her club which are interesting. She also writes in a more dry/academic tone, then the more casual tone of most bloggers. But in one post she says she wants to be a sports writer and perhaps that is why. She’s also slowed down on her posting but recently she’s been a bit more active so hopefully she keeps it up.

Blog post to check out: Why Longevity matters where she touches on some of the struggles she’s had as a female badminton player.

Blogger graveyard (For dead blogs)

With no updates in about a year, I think Luke Couture’s blog could be considered dead. But I assume he’s still playing badminton so hopefully he’ll blog again.

Do you know of any blogs that should be included in the list? Do you have a badminton blog that you recently started? Let me know in the comments!



  1. Jooji

    Hey Becky!

    Thanks for mentioning my blog in your post – I’m chuffed! I have been following the Adcocks one too, but didn’t know about some of the others you have mentioned so will be checking them out! I really enjoy reading your one too!

    Yes my posts have become less frequent as I have started a new job but as I am getting more settled I’m hoping to get back into the swing of things! My new job will allow more time for badminton. Yay! The passion is definitely still there, especially after watching the Yonex badminton semi finals!!

    I hope you’re feeling better!


    1. Becky (Post author)

      Thanks, I think I’m *finally* beginning to feel better. And good! Glad to hear you are still so into it and look forward to your posts!

  2. yed

    Hey Becky!
    I just started my badminton blog all in Malay Language hehe.
    Do support me!
    Here’s my blog link:

    1. Becky (Post author)

      Cool! Too bad I can’t read Malay. Keep it up~

  3. Kamal

    Great list of badminton blogs Becky. It is so nice.Can you suggest me badminton shuttlecock for me from this list

  4. Uttkarsh Chaudhary

    Wonderful Blog . I always read your Blog and also I learn something from your Blog . Thanks for sharing

    1. Becky (Post author)

      Thanks a lot!

  5. Uttkarsh Chaudhary

    Thanks for sharing the great Blog . I always read your Blog and also learn something from Your Blog .

  6. Sona

    I just love your blog, thanks for sharing such a nice information about badminton .

  7. sana

    I just love your blog, thanks for sharing such a nice information about Badminton .

  8. murali
  9. Rouben

    Hi beck,

    love your blog, keep up the good work.

    i would love your feedback on my blog, i publish up to date content regarding the game.

    i also wrote a racket guide and my suggestions.

    Again, Love your blog 🙂

  10. Amanda Bloss

    Hey Becky,
    i’ve just started my blog about 3 weeks ago, so I’m learning as I go along. If you get time to check it out that would be great – I’m just back from the weekend watching the All England Championships

    1. Becky (Post author)

      Awesome! Glad to have not only another blogger but a FEMALE blogger! I read everything and I’m a fan. Keep it up! I’ll add yours to the 2019 list I’ll do later this year.

  11. Badminton Masters

    Hey Becky,

    I just started my youtube channels about badminton. Feel free to have a look. =)

  12. basher

    I think you haven’t checked outmy blog

  13. Anna

    Hello, Becky!
    Hope you are having a great day! I really love the list you mentioned over there! But I kinda feel like this content a bit outdated!
    I also have content with the badminton racket review.

    Why don’t you add it on the list! Thank you!


  14. Raal

    Wow very interesting article, as a Badminton enthusiast it always feels good to see someone writing on Badminton. Please check my Articles on Badminton

  15. john

    great blog .thank you for sharing
    hard hitting badminton rackets

  16. Michael Williams

    Hey Becky!

    I really love reading your blog, always interesting.

    Thank you and never stop posting!

  17. Kyle Holland

    Thanks for providing us with powerful resources. You’ve compiled an amazing list of badminton blogs.

  18. racquet stringing

    There are actually a few blogs that are good but were not included here but thanks for this. You may also do posts content about the basics of badminton and the essentials needed for what newbie players like me should prepare.

  19. Sam Hood

    These blogs just take you to another world of sports.
    Keep Sharing.

  20. titaufiq

    I just love your blog, thanks for sharing such a nice information about Badminton .This is a very good post which I really enjoy reading

  21. Aisah

    Hello Becky,
    I just wanna know how to participate in this badminton training camp and how much all the cost to joining it?
    Is this training available for international student?

    1. Becky (Post author)

      It’s available for anyone, but right now, because of Covid, China is closed and visitors can’t come (even international students can’t come in yet.) When the borders finally open I will set up a new one, but I don’t know when or how much until that time comes. Maybe in a year or so.

  22. Jacob

    Its always fun reading your blogs, we often refer to your blogs and training tips at our academy

  23. kanchu10

    great blog! I enjoyed your blog always. keep sharing these informative blogs.


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