The 2022 Badminton Asia Championships will be held from April 28 to May 1 in Manila, Philippines. You will know when, where and how t watch the competition alongside the favorites here.
The area’s headliner returns following a two-year break inferable from the overall pandemic, with Japan’s Momota Kento competing for his third back to back triumph.
Yamaguchi Akane, the ruling worldwide ladies’ boss, will contend, as will bronze medalists Anthony Sinisuka Ginting, PV Sindhu, Aaron Chia, and Soh Wooi Yik from Tokyo 2020.
Momota is the favorite in the men’s singles, in spite of the fact that his structure has been addressed following a line of horrible showings that have brought about early competition exits, including a first-round misfortune at the German Open in March.
The ladies’ singles ought to be a thrilling competition, with officeholder title holder Yamaguchi Akane proceeding with her on-court duel with A Seyoung of South Korea.
Here, you will know when, where, and how to watch the event here.
Badminton Asia Championships Schedule 2022:
The tournament will start on April 28 and will continue till May 1. Here, you will find the full schedule of the tournament.
- Tuesday, April 26: Qualification & Preliminaries
- Wednesday, April 27: Preliminaries
- Thursday, April 28: Round of 16
- Friday, April 29: Quarter-finals
- Saturday, April 30: Semi-finals
- Sunday, May 1: Finals
The tournament will be held in Manila, Philippines. You will need to buy the tickets to watch the event from the venue.
How to on TV?
- BWF TV
- Sony TV
BWF TV will be showing the Badminton Asia Championships live on their TV channel. You will need to have this channel in your TV box to watch the event there. If you don’t have the channel, you can take help from Sony TEN2.
How to Live Stream Badminton Asia Championships in 2022?
- Sony LIV
Sony Liv will be showing the live stream of the Badminton Asia Championships online on their OTT platform. This is a paid service. You can subscribe there on a monthly or yearly basis. You will need to pay RS299 to buy the monthly subscription. You will be able to watch lots of interesting events on that channel.
- Japan- Kento Momota
- Indonesia – Anthony Sinisuka Ginting
- Malaysia – Lee Zii Jia
- Indonesia – Jonathan Cristie
- India – Lakshya Sen
- Singapore – Loh Kean Yew
- India – Srikanth Kidambi
- Thailand – Kunlavut Vitidsarn
- Japan – Akane Yamugachi
- South Korea – An Se-Young
- Japan – Nozomi Okuhara
- India – PV Sindhu
- China – He Bingjiao
- Thailand – Pornpawee Chochuwong
- Thailand – Busanan Ongbamrungphan
- Japan – Sayaka Takahashi
- Indonesia – Mohammad Ahsan | Hendra Setiawan
- Japan – Takuro Hoki | Yugo Kobayashi
- India – Satwiksairaj Rankireddy | Chirag Shetty
- Indonesia – Fajar Alfian | Muhammad Rian Ardianto
- Malaysia – Aaron Chia | Soh Wooi Yik
- Malaysia – Ong Yew Sin | Teo Ee Yi
- South Korea – Choi Sol-Gyu | Seo Seung-Jae (withdrew)
- Malaysia – Goh Sze Fei | Nur Izzudin
- China – Chen Qingchen | Jia Yifan
- South Korea – Lee So-hee | Shin Seung-chan
- South Korea – Kim So-Yeong | Kong Hee- Young
- Japan – Yuki Fukushima | Sayaka Hirota
- Japan – Nami Matsuyama | Chiharu Shida
- Thailand – Jongkolphan Kititharakul | Rawinda Prajongjai
- Malaysia – Pearly Tan | Thinaah Muralitharan
- India – Ashwini Ponnappa | N. Sikki Reddy