Uganda will face Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Brazil.
Elizabeth Mwesigwa, Rose Nansereko, Khadija Khamuka and Ritah Asiimwe all lost their opening fixtures at St. Jakobshalle, Basel today.
The squad departed over the weekend ahead of the five-day event that doubles as a qualifier for the first-ever Paralympic badminton games due Tokyo, Japan...
The two registered double victories, winning in the singles and doubles event in the annual championship that attracts the top players from around East...
Khadija Khamuka is now scheduled to take on Helle Sofie Sagoy from Norway
The 17-year-old Brian Kasirye qualified as the best performer at the national badminton trials after he finished unbeaten in 12 matches on Sunday at the...
“I know it is going to be a tough year but I will try to balance both sports and education"
Mugabi said that Uganda is the best in the region, but that should not put Ugandan players in a comfortable seat.
The three-day event funded has attracted participants from Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and Uganda
The tournament has games in the men and women singles, men doubles and mixed doubles.
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