BWF Singapore Badminton Open 2022 Doubles Results Today, Day 2 Schedule, Date, Time, Players Line Up, Draw, Fixtures, Tickets, Prize Money, Live Stream TV

BWF Singapore Badminton Open 2022 Doubles Results Today, Day 2 Schedule, Date, Time, Players Line Up, Draw, Fixtures, Tickets, Prize Money, Live Stream TV

The BWF Singapore Open Badminton 2022 is an ongoing badminton tournament, we take a look at the Doubles category players, draw, seeded players, schedule, live score and results

In the women’s doubles first round of 2022 Singapore Open, the second-seeded Thai team of Jongkolphan Kititharakul and Rawinda Prajongjai easily defeated Simran Singhi and Ritika Thaker, winning 21-7 21-18 in 35 minutes.

BWF Singapore Badminton Open 2022 Doubles Results Today, Day 2 Schedule, Date, Time, Players Line Up, Draw, Fixtures, Tickets, Prize Money And Live Stream TV

The 2022 Singapore Open, a badminton competition featuring a $370,000 prize pool, will take place from July 12 through July 17 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. The Singapore Indoor Stadium will serve as the competition’s location.

July 13: First-round matches will continue

14th July: Second-round matches will begin

July 15: Quarter-finals begin

16th July: Semi-finals begin

July 17: Finals begin

2022 Singapore Open Badminton Doubles Category First Round Latest Results, Upcoming Schedule ,Draw, And Players List

The Indian duo of MR Arjun and Dhruv Kapila qualified to the men’s doubles pre-quarterfinals of the Singapore Open Super 500 badminton competition on Tuesday. Arjun and Kapila, the only Indians competing, had some resistance in the opening match before easily defeating the German team of Jones Ralfy Jansen and Jan Colin Voelker 21-19 21-9 in 34 minutes. The Malaysian pair of Sze Fei Goh and Nur Izzuddin will be the opposition for the Indian team in the following round.

Shyam Prasad Garaga and Vishnuvardhan Goud Panjala were eliminated in the first round after losing to the local team of Hee Yong Kai Terry and Loh Kean Hean in a gruelling three-game match that lasted 50 minutes. They lost 21-15, 19-21, and 21-17. Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy, two of the best men’s doubles players in India, have withdrew from the competition since the latter is still recovering from an injury.

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Men’s Doubles First Round Results

Malaysia Goh V S 21 21
Malaysia Low J S
India S Prasad 12 10
India S. Sunjith Jr.

Malaysia Ong Y S 21 21
Malaysia Teo E Y
Thailand S Jomkoh 14 14
Thailand K Kedren

Chinese Taipei Lu C-y 21 21
Chinese Taipei Yang P-ha
Republic of Ireland J Magee 14 10
Republic of Ireland P Reynolds

China Ren XY 21 25
China Tan Q
India P.S Ravikrishna 17 23
India S P Udayakumar

India K P Garaga 15 21
India V G Panjala
Singapore T Hee 21 19
Singapore Loh K H

Malaysia Tan K M 18 14
Malaysia Tan W K
Indonesia L R Carnando 21 21
Indonesia D Marthin

Malaysia N M Azriyn A 9 10
Malaysia Lim K W
China He JT 21 21
China Zhou HD

Norway T Flåtten 10 14
Norway V Rikheim
Chinese Taipei Lee Y 21 21
Chinese Taipei Wang C-l

Germany J R Jansen 19 9
Germany J C Völker
India Arjun M. R. 21 21
India D Kapila

Japan H Okamura 19 6
Japan M Onodera
Malaysia Goh S F 21 21
Malaysia N Izzuddin

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Women’s Doubles First Round Results

India M M Bora 8 2
India L L Rachapalli
Japan S Hobara 21 21
Japan H Suzuki

Germany L Efler 22 21
Germany I Lohau
United States F Corbett 20 12
United States A Lee

Singapore Jin YJ 9 8
Singapore C Wong
Indonesia A Rahayu 21 21
Indonesia S F S Ramadhanti

China Liu XX 20 21 21
China Xia YT
Chinese Taipei Hsu Y-c 22 18 9
Chinese Taipei Lin W-c

Thailand B Aimsaard 21 21
Thailand N Aimsaard
India S Gurazada 11 9
United States I Jaiswal

Thailand S Paewsampran 22 21
Thailand P Supajirakul
Republic of Ireland K Frost 20 15
Republic of Ireland M Ryan

Indonesia L T Mayasari 11 13
Indonesia J P Miantoro
China Zhang SX 21 21
China Zheng Y

Indonesia F D Kusuma 21 12 21
Indonesia A C Pratiwi
Indonesia M Mamahit 17 21 19
Indonesia T Nadia

Thailand P Phatcharaphisutsin 21 17 21
Thailand N Sukklad
Bulgaria G Stoeva 13 21 18
Bulgaria S Stoeva

Indonesia M T Puspita Sari 14 18
Indonesia R A Rose
China Du Y 21 21
China Li WM

Japan R Hirokami 21 21
Japan Y Kato
Hong Kong Ng T Y 12 13
Hong Kong Tsang H Y

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India S Singhi 7 18
India R Thaker
Thailand J Kititharakul 21 21
Thailand R Prajongjai

2022 Singapore Open Badminton Doubles Category First Round Schedule

Mixed Doubles First Round Schedule

Thailand D Puavaranukroh
Thailand S Taerattanachai
Malaysia Choong H J
Malaysia Peck Y W

Thailand S Jomkoh
Thailand S Paewsampran
Indonesia Z J Sumanti
Indonesia H Julimarbela

Hong Kong Lee C H
Hong Kong Ng T Y
China Feng YZ
China Lin FL

Malaysia Chen T J
Malaysia V Siow
New Zealand O Leydon-Davis
New Zealand A Pak

Hong Kong Tang C M
Hong Kong Tse Y S
Egypt A H Elgamal
Egypt D Hany

Indonesia H Faizal
Indonesia S Kani
Indonesia R N Kusharjanto
Indonesia L A Kusumawati

Malaysia Goh S H
Malaysia S J Lai
Chinese Taipei Yang P-hs
Chinese Taipei Hu L-f

Malaysia Wong T C
Malaysia Lim C S
Indonesia R Rivaldy
Indonesia P H Mentari

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India Nithin H. V.
India P S. Ram
Israel M Zilberman
Israel S Zilberman

Germany J C Voelker
Germany S Kuespert
Germany M Lamsfuß
Germany I Lohau

Malaysia Soong J V
Malaysia Goh L Y
Malaysia Chan P S
Malaysia Cheah Y S

Germany J R Jansen
Germany L Efler
Malaysia Hoo P R
Malaysia Toh E W

Singapore T Hee
Singapore Tan W H
Denmark M Christiansen
Denmark A Bøje

Singapore W Koh
Singapore C Wong
China Guo XW
China Zhang SX

Japan H Midorikawa
Japan N Saito
Japan Y Nishikawa
Japan S Ozaki

Points Award System

The BWF scoring system was used to allocate points for each round of the BWF World Tour Super 500 competition. Winners of the Doubles category competition receive 9,200 BWF points, while losers receive 7,800. The enormous number of points up for grabs will undoubtedly inspire competitors hoping to move up the BWF World Rankings.

Winner Runner-up 3/4 5/8 9/16 17/32 33/64 65/128
9,200 7,800 6,420 5,040 3,600 2,220 880 430

Prize Money Pool Distribution

When the awards are given out in accordance with BWF rules, the total prize money for the 2022 Singapore Open will be US$370,000. The winning team in the doubles division will receive $29,230, while the runner-up duo will receive $14,060.

Event Winner Finalist Semi-finals Quarter-finals Last 16
Singles $27,750 $14,060 $5,365 $2,220 $1,295
Doubles $29,230 $14,060 $5,180 $2,682.5 $1,387.5

When And Where to Watch: Live Stream And Telecast Singapore Open Badminton

Indian badminton fans will be able to watch the Singapore Open 2022 live starting on July 12 on Voot Select and at BWF TV, the organization’s official YouTube channel. As a result, Indian badminton fans will find it easy to watch the tournament live.

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

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