Swiss Open 2022 Badminton
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The Swiss Open 2022 will be held at the St. Jakobshalle Basel from March 22 to 27. The tournament is in its 58th edition and is a BWF Super 300 event.

The Swiss Open Badminton 2022 will include top players from around the world. In the Men’s single category, current world number one and Olympic gold champion Viktor Axelsen will lead the tournament. After winning his most recent competition, the All England Open, the athlete will be in great shape. Anders Antonsen, the world number three and a native of Denmark, will be joining him. Anthony Sinisuka Ginting, the world number five, will represent Indonesia.

HOW TO WATCH

MARCH

22-27

2022

Venue: St. Jakobshalle, Basel

TV Channel: BWF TV, Jio TV

TIME

5.00

AM/ET

WATCH LIVE FROM HERE

 

Chen Yufei, the world number three, will be leading the seeds in the women’s section. She won an Olympic gold medal for China in 2020 and most recently the German Open in 2022. V. Sindhu, an Indian star, will be the tournament’s second seed. This year’s Syed Modi International was her most recent BWF tournament success. He Bingjiao, Busanan Ongbamrungphan, Michelle Li, and others will join her.

Swiss Open 2022 Schedule:

The competition begins on Tuesday, March 22, and runs through Sunday, March 27. The complete schedule may be found here.

Round Day Date
First Round Wednesday March 22 and 23, 2022
Second Round Thursday March 24, 2022
Quarterfinals Friday March 25, 2022
Semifinals Saturday March 26, 2022
Finals Sunday March 27, 2022

Venue:

The Swiss Open 2022 will be held in Basel, Switzerland, at the St. Jakobshalle. The tickets can be purchased in the store. Tickets for the Swiss Open Badminton 2022 will be priced starting at CHF 25.90.

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How to Live Stream Swiss Open Badminton in 2022?

The Swiss Open 2022 will be broadcast on BT Sports in the United Kingdom. In the United States of America. Fans of badminton will be able to watch the action on ESPN. BWF TV, a specialized TV channel for BWF competitions, is also available. So, Call your cable service operator and get their connections to watch the tournament on your device

At the BWF match center, you will be able to watch the Swiss Open. Every match of the tournament will be broadcast.

The tournament will be broadcast live on Fubo via ESPN. You’ll be charged $64.99 each month by Fubo. You will get a seven days free subscription offer in Fubo. Fubo shows a variety of sports events on their channel. The event will also be broadcast live on Sling. Sling will set you back $35 per month. Sling is slightly cheaper than Fubo.

Jio TV will broadcast this incredible badminton event in India. Another OTT site where you will be able to watch the Swiss Open in India is Voot. To watch the event on this platform, you must subscribe to RS 99.

Players List:

Here is the list of the players attending the tournament:

Men’s Single:

Player Country
Viktor Axelsen Denmark
Anders Antonsen Denmark
Anthony Sinisuka Ginting Indonesia
Jonatan Christie Indonesia
Loh Kean Yew Singapore
Ng Ka Long Hong Kong
Srikanth Kidambi India
Lakshya Sen India

Women’s Single:

Player Country
Chen Yufei China
V. Sindhu India
He Bingjiao China
Busanan Ongbamrungphan Thailand
Michelle Li Canada
Mia Blichfeldt Denmark
Wang Zhiyi China
Kirsty Gilmour Scotland

Men’s Doubles:

Player Country
Mohammad Ahsan / Hendra Setiawan Indonesia
Aaron Chia / Soh Wooi Yik Malaysia
Satwiksairaj Rankireddy / Chirag Shetty India
Fajar Alfian / Muhammad Rian Ardianto Indonesia
Kim Astrup / Anders Skaarup Rasmussen Denmark
Ong Yew Sin / Teo Ee Yi Malaysia
Mark Lamsfuß / Marvin Seidel Germany
Goh Sze Fei / Nur Izzuddin Malaysia
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Women’s Doubles:

Player Country
Chen Qingchen / Jia Yifan China
Jongkolphan Kititharakul / Rawinda Prajongjai Thailand
Gabriela Stoeva / Stefani Stoeva Bulgaria
Maiken Fruergaard / Sara Thygesen Denmark
Apriyani Rahayu / Siti Fadia Silva Ramadhanti Indonesia
Ponnappa / N. Sikki Reddy India
Xuanxuan / Xia Yuting China
Amalie Magelund / Freja Ravn Denmark

Prize Money:

  • Winner: $13,500
  • Finalist: $6,480
  • Semifinalist: $2,610

Conclusion:

Every year, the Swiss Open attracts a slew of badminton superstars. Throughout the competition, fans cheer on their favorite athlete. If you enjoy badminton, you should watch the entire competition.

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