The French Open Badminton 2021 will be held from 26 to 31st October in Paris, France. Today, we will know when, where, and how to watch the French Open Badminton live stream here along with the player lists and schedule.
Sindhu will be playing the Yonex French Open Badminton as the third seed. He is the reigning world champion. The Denmark Open winner Akane Yamaguchi of Japan and Thailand’s Ratchanok Intanon will also participate in the tournament. But Tokyo Olympic finalists Chen Yu Fei and Tai Tzu Ying will not be playing in this tournament.
When and Where is the French Open Badminton 2021?
The BWF French Open will be held from 26 to 31st October.
The tournament will take place at the Stade Pierre de Coubertin in Paris, France.
So if you are someone from Paris, you can watch the match from the stadium. The stadium has a capacity of 12,800 spectators.
How to Watch French Open Badminton 2021 Live Stream?
The French Open Badminton tournament will be broadcast live on Star Sports 3 TV channel. You will require a cable connection to watch the match there. Contact your cable operator if you are out of their territory.
If you are a cord cutter, don’t worry, the French Open Badminton live stream is available on the Disney+Hotstar. But you will have to be a subscriber to get access.
The Disney+Hotstar will cost you Rs 499 per year. You can also take the premium subscription with Rs 1499 per year. You can also watch the clips of the tournament on the BWF YouTube Channel.
Here are the participant’s lists who are playing in the tournament.
- Japan: Kento Momota
- Denmark: Viktor Axelsen (First Round)
- Denmark: Anders Antonsen (First Round)
- Chinese: Taipei Chou Tien-chen
- Indonesia: Anthony Sinisuka Ginting (Withdrew)
- Indonesia: Jonatan Christie (Withdrew)
- Malaysia: Lee Zii Jia (First Round)
- Hong Kong: Ng Ka Long
- Japan: Akane Yamaguchi
- Thailand: Ratchanok Intanon
- India: P. V. Sindhu
- South Korea: An Se-young
- Thailand: Pornpawee Chochuwong
- Canada: Michelle Li (Withdrew)
- Denmark: Mia Blichfeldt (First Round)
- Thailand: Busanan Ongbamrungphan
- Indonesia: Marcus Fernaldi Gideon / Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo
- Indonesia: Mohammad Ahsan / Hendra Setiawan
- Indonesia: Fajar Alfian / Muhammad Rian Ardianto
- Malaysia: Aaron Chia / Soh Wooi Yik
- India: Satwiksairaj Rankireddy / Chirag Shetty
- Denmark: Kim Astrup / Anders Skaarup Rasmussen (Withdrew)
- Malaysia: Ong Yew Sin / Teo Ee Yi
- Japan: Takuro Hoki / Yugo Kobayashi
- South Korea: Lee So-hee / Shin Seung-chan
- South Korea: Kim So-yeong / Kong Hee-yong
- Thailand: Jongkolphan Kititharakul / Rawinda Prajongjai
- Japan: Nami Matsuyama / Chiharu Shida
- Bulgaria: Gabriela Stoeva / Stefani Stoeva
- England: Chloe Birch / Lauren Smith
- Denmark: Maiken Fruergaard / Sara Thygesen
- Malaysia: Pearly Tan / Thinaah Muralitharan
- Thailand: Dechapol Puavaranukroh / Sapsiree Taerattanachai
- Indonesia: Praveen Jordan / Melati Daeva Oktavianti
- Japan: Yuta Watanabe / Arisa Higashino
- England: Marcus Ellis / Lauren Smith
- Malaysia: Chan Peng Soon / Goh Liu Ying
- France: Thom Gicquel / Delphine Delrue (Withdrew)
- Hong Kong: Tang Chun Man / Tse Ying Suet
- Malaysia: Tan Kian Meng / Lai Pei Jing
- Total prize money: $6,00,000
- Winner of singles: $42,000
- Winner of doubles: $44,400
The best players around the world are playing in the French Open 2021 Badminton tournament. So, the tournament will be an absolute treat for the badminton fans. If you are a badminton fan, call your friends, order pizza, and catch all the actions live.