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Thomas and Uber Cup

The Thomas Cup began as a three-year competition. Sixteen countries from four continents played in the inaugural event held in Preston, England, in 1949. It was a best-of-9 format that included five singles as well as four doubles. Malaysia took the first Thomas Cup 8-1, with Lim Chuan Geok leading the way.

These 16 players will divided into four groups, and the two top teams in each group going on into the knockout stage. India’s women’s team is in Group D alongside South Korea, Canada, and the US. Group B is comprised of China, Taiwan, Spain and Australia.

Thailand is part of Group C along with Denmark, Malaysia, and Egypt and Malaysia, while Japan is in Group A together with Indonesia, France, and Germany. Two teams in the top 2 in each group will advance in the semi-finals.

BWF Thomas Cup 2022 Schedule:

The tournament starts on May 8th and last until the 14th of May. Here is the complete program of the tournament.

  • 8th-11th May: Group Stage Matches
  • 12th May: Quarter-finals begin
  • May 13: Semi-finals begin
  • 14th May: Finals

Venue:

The event will be held in the Impact Arena. The venue is located inside Nonthaburi, Thailand.

How to Watch Thomas and Uber Cup Badminton on TV and Online in 2022?

  • BWF TV
  • Voot

BWF TV has the right to broadcast the Thomas Cup live on their channel. You’ll need an account with a cable provider for the game to be able to view it. The best way to view every game on the BWF tour. Live streaming of Thomas Cup is available via BWF official YouTube channel.

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Thailand Open 2022 Badminton

The top Indian badminton players PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth will be competing during the Thailand Open 2022 that will take place at Impact Arena in Bangkok from Tuesday.

The former Thailand Open champion Saina Nehwal who was unable to participate at the Uber Cup earlier this month is also scheduled to take part in this year’s BWF Super 500 event.

Start Time: May 17 – May 22
Watch:
Thailand Open 2022 Badminton
Location:
Impact Arena

Lakshya Sen and the doubles men’s duo comprising Chirag ShettyChirag Shetty Satwiksairaj and Rankireddy The pair, however, were forced to withdraw following a fatigue-inducing session during the historical Thomas Cup 2022 campaign for India in Bangkok.

HS Prannoy is a player from India who also played a significant role of India’s historical Thomas Cup win, will participate. Priyanshu Rajawat was as well as a member of India’s Thomas Cup team, will begin from the qualifiers following being promoted from reserve.

A two-time Olympic gold medalist PV Sindhu from India, who took home the Swiss Open in March, is seeded in the sixth round of the Thailand Open. The Indian athlete is currently seventh in the seventh position in theglobal rankings for badminton and will be trying to win the first Thailand Open title.

The former World champion Sindhu will be taking on one of the champions of the qualifiers in the opening round. World No. 2, and Tokyo Olympics gold champion Taiwan Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei is the best seed in the women’s singles , while Saina Nehwal with a ranking of 23 is not seeded.

Saina Nehwal, Olympic bronze medallist in 2012 at the London Olympics bronze medalist, will begin her tournament against the world’s No. 19 Kim Ga Eun of South Korea and could play PV Sindhu, a South Korean in the quarterfinals If both Indians succeed.

The upcoming Indian shuttlers Malvika Bansod and Ashmita Chaliha will start their journeys from the qualifying matches.

In the men’s singlesevent, the former Thailand Open champions Kidambi Srikanth and B Sai Praneeth, along with HS Prannoy, are India’s top players.

Silver medalist at the World Championships Kidambi Srikanth was drawn against fellow countryman Parupalli Kashyap in the opening game but when the latter pulled out Kidambi, the previous world no. 1 will now begin his tournament in the match against Frenchman Brice Leverdez.

The women’s doubles duo consisting of Gayatri Gopichand and Treesa Jolly also quit the match at the very last moment.

B Sumeeth Reddy and Ashwini Ponnappa, in turn, will lead India’s efforts in mixed doubles.

Thailand Open concludes on May 22. The event was cancelled in the past because of the COVID pandemic.

Where can I see the Thailand Open 2022 live in India?

This year’s Thailand Open 2022 Badminton will be live-streamed via the Sports18 TV channel in India starting from the quarter-finals stage that begins the 20th of May. The live streaming for Thailand Open 2022 will be available via Voot. Voot app.

Thailand Open 2022 badminton: India team

Singles for men

The main draw: Kidambi Srikanth, HS Prannoy, B Sai Praneeth, Sourabh Verma. Qualifiers: Subhankar Dey, Kiran George, Priyanshu Rajawat.

Singles for women

Main draw: PV Sindhu, Aakarshi Kashyap, Saina Nehwal. Qualifiers: Malvika Bansod, Ashmita Chaliha, Anupama Upadhyaya.

Doubles for men

Main draw: Krishna Prasad Garaga-Vishnuvardhan Goud Panjala, Manu Attri-B Sumeeth Reddy, Ishaan Bhatnagar- K Sai Pratheek, MR Arjun-Dhruv Kapila. Shyam Prasad-S Sunjith Qualifiers: Vasantha Kumar Hanumaiah Ranganatha-Ashith Surya.

Doubles for women

Main draw: Ashwini Bhat K.-Shikha Gautam, Haritha Manazhiyil Harinarayanan-Ashna Roy, Palak Arora-Unnati Hooda

Mixed doubles

Main draw: B Sumeeth Reddy-Ashwini Ponnappa, Raju Mohamed Rehan-Jamaludeen Anees Kowsar, Ishaan Bhatnagar-Tanisha Crasto, Venkat Gaurav Prasad-Juhi Dewangan. Qualifiers: S. Sunjith-TR Gowri Krishna.

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All England Open

The Yonex All England Open Badminton Championships 2022 will be a upcoming badminton tournament. We review the men’s singles category players and draw, as well as seeded players.

The 2022 All England Open is the fifth event of the BWF World Tour for 2022 The tournament is part of the All England Open Badminton Championships which have been running since 1899. Badminton England hosts the event that is recognized by the Badminton World Federation. Lee Zii Jia from Malaysia is the reigning champion in the Men’s Singles of All England Open Badminton after winning the 2021 edition.

All England Open Badminton Championships 2022
Venue: Arena Birmingham
Date: March 16 – March 20

All England Open Badminton Championships 2022 Men’s Singles Draw, Schedule, Date, Time, Tickets

The tournament will run from March 16 through February 20, 2022 at the Arena Birmingham in Birmingham, England with an estimated prize amount of $990,000. Fans can buy tickets by clicking the link below.

March 16 the first round matches will begin at 9:00 am GMT or 22:30 pm GMT or 2:30pm IST

17. March. Second round games will start with the second round of matches at 11.00 am GMT or at 4:30 pm in the IST time zone.

18.03.18th. March. Quarter-finals will begin at 10 am GMT or 3:30 pm at 3:30pm IST.

March 19, Semi-finals start at 10 am GMT or 3:00 pm at 3:30pm IST.

April 20: Finals start at 10:10 AM GMT or at 3:30 pm IST.

BWF All England Open Badminton Championships 2022 Men’s Singles Players

Men’s singles seeded players

1. Viktor Axelsen

2. Kento Momota3. Anders Antonsen
4. Chou Tien-chen
5. Anthony Sinisuka Ginting
6. Lee Zii Jia
7. Jonatan Christie
8. Ng Ka Long

Prize Money Pool Distribution

As per the following table, prizes of a money of USD$990,000 will be awarded.

EventWinnerFinalistSemi-finalsQuarter-finalsLast 16Last 32
Singles$69,300$33,660$13,860$5,445$2,970$990
Doubles$73,260$34,650$13,860$6,188$3,218$990

When And Where to Watch: Live Stream And Telecast All England Open Badminton Championship

Beginning on 16 March onwards, the All England Open Badminton Championships 2022 will live streamed through Voot Select and BWF TV.

ThailandTrue Visions
MalaysiaAstro
SingaporeStar Hub
FranceLe Equipe
GermanySportdeutschland tv
IndonesiaTVRI, Vidio
SpainTV e
United Kingdom/IrelandBT Sport
AfricaStar Times
BruneiKrystal, Astro
ChinaZhibo TV
Chinese TaipeiELTA HD
Honk KongNow TV
IndiaVoot Select
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