BWF Singapore Open badminton 2023 results today, day 2 schedule, date, time, draw, tickets, prize money, live stream telecast where to watch

BWF Singapore Open badminton 2023 results today, day 2 schedule, date, time, draw, tickets, prize money, live stream telecast where to watch

We examine the first-round results, day 2 schedule, score, tickets, & streaming information of the 2023 Singapore Open that saw heartbreaking defeat for multiple Indian shuttlers

After their first-round losses in their respective ties, PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal, Lakshya Sen, & Aakarshi Kashyap all crashed out from the 2023 Singapore Open. However, Kidambi Srikanth won his clash against Kantaphon Wangcharoen by score of 21-15, 21-19 to keep Indian title quest alive.

BWF Singapore Open badminton 2023 results today, day 2 schedule, date, time, draw, tickets, prize money and live stream telecast where to watch

2023 Singapore Open day 2 schedule, date, venue, fixtures, & second-round draw

After losing the second-set of her quarterfinal tie against Japanese ace Akane Yamaguchi, Sindhu was unable to mount a comeback and ultimately lost by the score of 21-18, 19-21, 17-21. Meanwhile, Malaysia Masters winner Prannoy lost his opening round match against third-seed Kodai Naraoka 15-21, 19-21 and crashed out from the competition. In the men’s singles competition, Priyanshu Rajawat qualified for the round-of-16 with a convincing 21-12, 21-15 victory over Kanta Tsuneyama.

In another first-round tie, French duo Lucas Corvee & Ronan Labar succumbed to defeat at the hands of Indian pair Arjun & Dhruv in 42 minutes by score of 16-21, 15-21. Lakshya Sen lost to Chou Tien-chen of Taiwan shortly after, despite winning the first-set 21-18. After an intense contest of one hour and nine minutes, Sen lost 21-18, 17-21, 13-21.

Below, we look at upcoming schedule of 2023 Singapore Open:

7th June: First-round matches will continue (from 05:30 AM GMT or 11:00 AM IST)


June 8: Round of 16 matches will begin

9th June: Quarter-finals begin

June 10: Semi-finals begin


11th June: Finals begin

2023 Singapore Open: first-round results & draw (6th – 7th June)

Men’s Singles 1 Chinese Taipei Lee C-h 21 21
Japan K Nishimoto 18 18
2 India S Kidambi 21 21
Thailand K Wangcharoen 15 19
3 Chinese Taipei Chou T-c 18 21 21
India L Sen 21 17 13
4 Denmark A Antonsen 21 20 21
France T J Popov 16 22 19
5 Japan K Naraoka 21 21
India Prannoy H. S. 15 19
6 Japan K Tsuneyama 12 15
India P Rajawat 21 21
7 Indonesia J Christie 19 12
China Shi YQ 21 21
8 Chinese Taipei Lin C-y 18 18
China Lu GZ 21 21
9 Republic of Ireland N Nguyen
Malaysia Ng T Y
10 Chinese Taipei Wang T-w
Thailand K Vitidsarn
11 France C Popov
Israel M Zilberman
12 Hong Kong Lee C Y
Singapore Loh K Y
13 China Li SF
Malaysia Cheam J W
14 China Weng HY
Malaysia Lee Z J
15 Canada B Yang
Denmark R Gemke
16 Hong Kong Ng K L
Indonesia A S Ginting
Women’s Singles 1 Japan A Yamaguchi 18 21 21
India P. V. Sindhu 21 19 17
2 Scotland K Gilmour 11 15
Canada M Li 21 21
3 Thailand R Intanon 21 21
India S Nehwal 13 15
4 Japan A Ohori 19 21 21
Chinese Taipei Hsu W-c 21 19 19
5 China Chen YF 21 21
Chinese Taipei Pai Y-p 6 8
6 Japan S Kawakami 21 21
United States I Jaiswal 5 5
7 Spain C Marín 16 21 21
Denmark L Kjærsfeldt 21 17 12
8 Thailand S Katethong 21 21
India A Kashyap 17 9
9 China Han Y
Thailand P Chochuwong
10 United States I Wang
China He BJ
11 Indonesia G M Tunjung
United States B Zhang
12 Denmark L Christophersen
Chinese Taipei Tai T-y
13 Germany Y Li
Japan N Nidaira
14 Malaysia Goh J W
China Wang ZY
15 Singapore Yeo J M
China Zhang YM
16 South Korea Kim G-e
South Korea An S-y
Men’s Doubles 1 Indonesia F Alfian 15 18
Indonesia M R Ardianto
England B Lane 21 21
England S Vendy
2 France L Corvée 16 15
France R Labar
India Arjun M. R. 21 21
India D Kapila
3 China Liang WK
China Wang C
Denmark J Bay
Denmark L Mølhede
4 Germany M Lamsfuß
Germany M Seidel
Malaysia Man W C w / o
Malaysia Tee K W
5 Malaysia A Chia 21 21
Malaysia Soh W Y
China He JT 16 17
China Zhou HD
6 Indonesia M S Fikri
Indonesia B Maulana
Chinese Taipei Lee Y
Chinese Taipei Wang C-l
7 China Liu YC 23 28 18
China Ou XY
South Korea Kim G-j 25 26 21
South Korea Kim S-r
8 Thailand S Jomkoh 21 16 16
Thailand K Kedren
Indonesia L R Carnando 16 21 21
Indonesia D Marthin
9 Chinese Taipei Lu C-y
Chinese Taipei Yang P-h
China Ren XY
China Tan Q
10 Japan A Koga
Japan T Saito
India S Rankireddy
India C Shetty
11 Indonesia M F Gideon
Indonesia K S Sukamuljo
Chinese Taipei Su C-h
Chinese Taipei Ye H-w
12 South Korea Kang M-h
South Korea Seo S-j
Japan T Hoki
Japan Y Kobayashi
13 Denmark K Astrup
Denmark A S Rasmussen
Indonesia P Kusumawardana
Indonesia Y Rambitan
14 France C Popov
France T J Popov
Malaysia Ong Y S
Malaysia Teo E Y
15 South Korea Choi S-g
South Korea Kim W-h
Scotland A Dunn
Scotland A Hall
16 Chinese Taipei Lee J-h
Chinese Taipei Yang P-h
Indonesia M Ahsan
Indonesia H Setiawan
Women’s Doubles 1 China Chen QC 21 21
China Jia YF
Canada C Choi 12 13
Canada J Wu
2 Japan R Miyaura
Japan A Sakuramoto
Thailand B Aimsaard
Thailand N Aimsaard
3 South Korea Kim S-y
South Korea Kong H-y
United States S Gurazada
United States I Jaiswal
4 Germany L Efler 21 16 18
Germany I Lohau
South Korea Jeong N-e 15 21 21
South Korea Kim H-j
5 Japan Y Fukushima 21 21
Japan S Hirota
Malaysia V Hoo 12 14
Malaysia Lim C S
6 Bulgaria G Stoeva
Bulgaria S Stoeva
China Li WM w / o
China Liu XX
7 Japan M Matsumoto 19 22 21
Japan W Nagahara
France M Lambert 21 20 17
France A Tran
8 Indonesia L T Mayasari 17 10
Indonesia R Sugiarto
Indonesia F D Kusuma 21 21
Indonesia A C Pratiwi
9 Malaysia P Tan
Malaysia Thinaah M
Japan R Iwanaga
Japan K Nakanishi
10 Singapore Jin YJ
Singapore C Wong
Indonesia A Rahayu
Indonesia S F S Ramadhanti
11 Japan R Hirokami
Japan Y Kato
Scotland J MacPherson
Scotland C Torrance
12 Indonesia M T Puspita Sari
Indonesia R A Rose
China Zhang SX
China Zheng Y
13 India T Jolly
India G Gopichand
Hong Kong Yeung N T
Hong Kong Yeung P L
14 Chinese Taipei Lee C-h
Chinese Taipei Teng C-h
South Korea Baek H-n
South Korea Lee S-h
15 Thailand J Kititharakul
Thailand R Prajongjai
England C Birch
England L Smith
16 Netherlands D Jille
Netherlands C Seinen
Japan N Matsuyama
Japan C Shida
Mixed Doubles 1 China Zheng SW 21 21
China Huang YQ
Chinese Taipei Yang P-h 18 9
Chinese Taipei Hu L-f
2 Denmark M Thyrri 21 21
Denmark A Magelund
Indonesia D Ferdinansyah 17 19
Indonesia G E Widjaja
3 South Korea Kim W-h
South Korea Jeong N-e
Malaysia Tan K M
Malaysia Lai P J
4 England M Ellis 21 22
England L Smith
Japan H Midorikawa 17 20
Japan N Saito
5 Thailand D Puavaranukroh
Thailand S Taerattanachai
Japan Y Kaneko
Japan M Matsutomo
6 Denmark M Christiansen 20 21 21
Denmark A Bøje
Singapore T Hee 22 13 13
Singapore J Tan
7 France T Gicquel 18 21 21
France D Delrue
Hong Kong Tang C M 21 18 14
Hong Kong Tse Y S
8 Thailand S Jomkoh 18 21 21
Thailand S Paewsampran
England G Mairs 21 14 12
England J Moore
9 Hong Kong Lee C H
Hong Kong Ng T Y
Scotland A Hall
Scotland J MacPherson
10 Indonesia R N Kusharjanto
Indonesia L A Kusumawati
Malaysia Goh S H
Malaysia S J Lai
11 Japan K Yamashita
Japan N Shinoya
Malaysia Chen T J
Malaysia Toh E W
12 Netherlands R Tabeling
Netherlands S Piek
South Korea Seo S-j
South Korea Chae Y-j
13 Chinese Taipei Ye H-w
Chinese Taipei Lee C-h
Germany M Lamsfuß
Germany I Lohau
14 China Jiang ZB
China Wei YX
China Feng YZ
China Huang DP
15 Indonesia R Rivaldy
Indonesia P H Mentari
Indonesia P Jordan
Indonesia M D Oktavianti
16 South Korea Ko S-h
South Korea Eom H-w
Japan Y Watanabe
Japan A Higashino

2023 Singapore Open: prize money distribution

As a BWF Super 750 event, the Singapore Open will award each singles champion $59,500 from the $850,000 total prize pool. he losers of the singles category semifinals will only receive $11,900, while each singles runner-up will reportedly awarded $28,900. After her heartbreaking defeat at the hands of top-seed Akane Yamaguchi, Indian star PV Sindhu will return home with prize money of $850.

Event Winner Finalist Semi-finals Quarter-finals Last 16 Last 32
Singles $59,500 $28,900 $11,900 $4,675 $2,550 $850
Doubles $62,900 $29,750 $11,900 $5,312.5 $2,762.5 $850

When & Where to watch: live stream & telecast of Singapore Open

There will be no TV coverage of the opening day of the event in India, but fans may watch the action via BWF’s official YouTube channel, BWF TV. The games will, however, begin to be televised live on the Sports 18-1 network on Wednesday, and spectators may stream the games live via the JioCinema & VOOTSelect app/website.

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