Korea Open 2022, a BWF Super 500 event, will start on April 5. Here, you will find when, where, and how to watch the event and the top players.
After a two-year hiatus, the Korea Open is returned. Due to the Covid 10 outbreak in the previous two years, the competition was canceled. The competition will be a break for badminton lovers all around the world after a long absence. Fans will undoubtedly be enthralled by the performances of the world’s best players.
The event will be led by world number five Anthony Sinisuka, who is the top seed. In his most recent tournament, he was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Swiss Open 2022. In 2022, he won the Indonesian Open, which was his most recent tournament triumph. LEE Zii Jia is the number two seed. In 2021, he won the All England Open. J.
Jonatan CHRISTIE, the Swiss Open champion, is the tournament’s third seed. After this event, he’ll be hunting for another trophy. In Korea Open 2022, he will be accompanied by LOH Kean Yew, KIDAMBI Srikanth, Lakshya Sen, and many others.
Here is everything about the tournament.
Korea Open Schedule 2022
The tournament will take place from April 5 to April 10.
- 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
The Korea Open 2022 will be held in Suncheon, South Korea’s Palma Indoor Stadium. As a result, by purchasing tickets, you will be able to watch the competition from the stadium. The facility has a capacity of 6607 people.
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.
TV Channels to Watch:
|United Kingdom/Ireland||BT Sport|
|Chinese Taipei||ELTA HD|
|Honk Kong||Now TV|
- 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
- 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
- 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
- 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
- Winner: $27,000
- Finalist: $13,680
- Semi-finalist: $5,220
- Quarter-finalist: $2,160
- Last 16: $1,260
- Winner: $28,440
- Finalist: $13,680
- Semi-finalist: $5,040
- Quarter-finalist: $2,610
- Last 16: $1,350
This year’s Korea Open Badminton will be highly exciting since fans will be able to enjoy the event after a long hiatus. The athletes will attempt to win the hearts of the fans. If you enjoy badminton, this is an event you should not miss.