Rayoni HEAD

Biography
Birthday: 18/02/1976 (46)

Christine Rayoni Head (born 18 February 1976; married Rayoni Nelson) is a former Australian badminton player. She competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. Head played in the singles event won a match to Robbyn Hermitage of Canada in the first round, but was defeated by Chan Ya-lin of Chinese Taipei in the second round. In the doubles event she teamed-up with Kellie Lucas, the duo were defeated in the first round to Thai pair Sujitra Ekmongkolpaisarn and Saralee Thungthongkam. Head was part of the South Australian team, and represented Australia in 1998, 2002 Uber Cup, and 1998 Commonwealth Games. Head has a Bachelor of Management and a Masters in Sport Management, and work as manager, physical activity, sport and healthy eating at VicHealth.
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Win/Loss: 0-1 (Walkovers: 0-0)

All Matches:
*Ranks in brackets and marked with asterisk are unofficial
Category Round Rank* Player Score Player Rank* Duration
Carlton Ballarat International 2004 2006   2/6/2006-4/6/2006
WD Quarter-final (309*) Erin CARROLL / Susan DOBSON 21-10 / 21-16 Rayoni HEAD / Talia SAUNDERS - 0

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Erin CARROLL / Susan DOBSON 1 0 1 2006/6/3 2006/6/3

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Tournament 1993 1994 1998 1999 2000 Best
All England - - - - R1 R1 ('00)
Australian Open R1 QF SF - - SF ('98)
New Zealand Open - - QF - - QF ('98)
NZL Wellington International - - - F - F ('99)

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Tournament 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Best
All England - - R1(Q) - - - - R1 R1 ('02)
Malaysia Open - - - R2 R1(Q) - - - R2 ('98)
Chinese Taipei Open - - - - - R1 - - R1 ('00)
Swiss Open - - - - - R2 - R1 R2 ('00)
Olympic Games - - - - - R2 - - R2 ('00)
Swedish Open - - R1 - - R2 - - R2 ('00)
Australian Open F QF - - SF - F - F ('95 '01)
New Zealand Open - - QF - - R2 - - QF ('97)
Korea Open - - - - - R1 - - R1 ('00)
New Zealand Hamilton Int - - - - - - F - F ('01)

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Tournament 1997 Best
Australian Open R3 R3 ('97)


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