BWF Korea Open Badminton 2022: Schedule, Prize Money, Live Coverage

BWF Korea Open Badminton 2022: Schedule, Prize Money, Live Coverage

Korea Open 2022, a BWF Super 500 occasion, will begin on April 5. Here, you will track down when, where, and how to watch the occasion and the top players.

Following a two-year break, the Korea Open is returned. Because of the Covid 10 flare-up in the past two years, the opposition was dropped. The opposition will be a break for badminton sweethearts from one side of the planet to the other after a long nonappearance. Fans will without a doubt be enchanted by the exhibitions of the world’s best players.

The occasion will be driven by world number five Anthony Sinisuka, who is the favorite. In his latest competition, he was killed in the quarterfinals of the Swiss Open 2022. In 2022, he won the Indonesian Open, which was his latest competition win. LEE Zii Jia is the number two seed. In 2021, he won the All England Open. J.

Jonatan CHRISTIE, the Swiss Open hero, is the competition’s third seed. After this occasion, he’ll chase after another prize. In Korea Open 2022, he will be joined by LOH Kean Yew, KIDAMBI Srikanth, Lakshya Sen, and numerous others.

Here is everything about the tournament.

Korea Open Schedule 2022

The tournament will take place from April 5 to April 10.

Full Schedule:

  • April 5-6: First-round matches will begin
  • April 7: Second-round matches will begin
  • 8th April: Quarter-finals begin
  • April 9: Semi-finals begin
  • 10th April: Finals begin

How to Live Stream Korea Open 2022 on TV?

BWF TV will broadcast the Korean Open Badminton on TV. This is a special channel where fans can watch all badminton competitions. With a cable TV subscription and this channel on your television, you may watch this tournament.

VOOT will live stream the Korea Open Badminton online. To view the tournament, you must subscribe to this platform. Voot has been showing all the sports in recent times. This is the best place to watch the BWF tournaments. For one month, the monthly subscription will cost you 99 RS.
The matches will also be broadcast on BWF TV’s official YouTube account. They will show all the latest updates on the tournament.

TV Channels to Watch:

Thailand True Visions
Malaysia Astro
Singapore Star Hub
France Le Equipe
Germany Sportdeutschland tv
Indonesia TVRI, Vidio
Spain TV e
United Kingdom/Ireland BT Sport
Africa Star Times
Brunei Krystal, Astro
China Zhibo TV
Chinese Taipei ELTA HD
Honk Kong Now TV
India Voot Select

Players List:

Men’s Single:

  • Anthony Sinisuka, Indonesia
  • LEE Zii Jia, Malaysia
  • Jonatan CHRISTIE, Indonesia
  • LOH Kean Yew, Singapore
  • KIDAMBI Srikanth, India
  • Lakshya SEN, India
  • Rasmus GEMKE, Denmark
  • Kunlavut VITIDSARN, Thailand

Women’s Singles:

  • CHEN Yu Fei, China
  • AN Seyoung, Korea
  • P.V. Sindhu, India
  • Ratchanok, Thailand
  • HE Bing Jiao, China
  • Pornpawee CHOCHUWONG, Thailand
  • Busanan ONGBAMRUNGPHAN, Thailand
  • Michelle LI, Canada

Men’s Doubles:

  • Kevin Sanjaya SUKAMULJO, Marcus Fernaldi GIDEON, Indonesia
  • Hendra SETIAWAN, Mohammad AHSAN, Indonesia
  • Chirag SHETTY, Satwiksairaj RANKIREDDY, India
  • Fajar ALFIAN, Muhammad Rian ARDIANTO, Indonesia
  • Kim ASTRUP
  • Anders Skaarup RASMUSSEN, Denmark
  • TEO Ee Yi, ONG Yew Sin, Malaysia
  • Ben LANE, Sean VENDY, England
  • KO Sung Hyun, SHIN Baekcheol, Korea

Women’s Double:

  • LEE Sohee, SHIN Seungchan, Korea
  • KIM Soyeong , KONG Heeyong, Korea
  • Jongkolphan KITITHARAKUL, Rawinda PRAJONGJAI, Thailand
  • REDDY N. Sikki, Ashwini PONNAPPA, India
  • Apriyani RAHAYU, Siti Fadia Silva RAMADHANTI, Indonesia
  • LIU Xuan Xuan, XIA Yu Ting, China
  • JEONG Na Eun , KIM Hye Jeong, Korea
  • Benyapa AIMSAARD, Nuntakarn AIMSAARD, Thailand

Prize Money:

Singles Doubles
Winner: $27,000 Winner: $28,440
Finalist: $13,680 Finalist: $13,680
Semi-finalist: $5,220 Semi-finalist: $5,040
Quarter-finalist: $2,160 Semi-finalist: $5,040
Last 16: $1,260 Last 16: $1,350

 

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