BWF Swiss Open badminton 2023 results today, quarter-final schedule, date, time, draw, score, live streaming telecast

BWF Swiss Open badminton 2023 results today, quarter-final schedule, date, time, draw, score, live streaming telecast

In the men’s singles category at the 2023 Swiss Open badminton, fans can expect some intense action as former world champion Lee Zii Jia has qualified for the quarterfinal alongside top-seed Axelsen, here, we examine the tournament’s schedule, draw, results, score, seeded players, tickets, & streaming information

On Thursday, India had a difficult day at the Swiss Open 2023 as top shuttlers PV Sindhu, HS Prannoy, & Kidambi Srikkanth were eliminated from the tournament’s second-round. India’s medal hopes from the singles category were dashed as Mithun Manjunath also crashed out from the event.

BWF Swiss Open badminton 2023 results today, quarter-final schedule, date, time, draw, score and live streaming telecast

2023 Swiss Open singles day 3 schedule, date, venue, fixtures, & quarterfinal draw

At the 2023 Swiss Open in Basel, Lee Zii Jia qualified for the quarterfinal stage despite best attempts from Ireland’s Nhat Nguyen, who managed to rattle the Malaysian ace on Thursday. Before the Malaysian delivered the decisive hit to clinch a 21-19, 21-15 victory, Nguyen managed to save three match points. Meanwhile, top-seed Viktor Axelsen overcame the challenge of Lin to qualify for the final eight and is scheduled to face-off against Popov.

As her dismal streak in 2023 continued, the defending champion Sindhu succumbed to defeat at the hands of Indonesian Putri Kusuma Wardani. Although Sindhu forced a decider after winning the second-set, she ultimately lost the game by scores of 15-21, 21-12, & 18-21. Prannoy had a terrible day on Thursday as he was soundly thrashed by Christo Popov with a score of 8-21, 8-21.

For watching this eagerly awaited event’s quarterfinal matches in-person, fans can purchase their tickets from here.

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

24th March: Quarter-finals begin (from 10:00am GMT or 3:30 PM IST)

March 25: Semi-finals begin

26th March: Finals begin

2023 Swiss Open (badminton): singles draw & schedule

Men’s Singles Second Round Schedule (23rd March)

Denmark V Axelsen 21 21
Chinese Taipei Lin C-y 11 7


India Prannoy H. S. 8 8
France C Popov 21 21

Chinese Taipei Chou T-c 23 21 21
Chinese Taipei Chi Y-j 25 18 9

Malaysia Cheam J W 12 17
Malaysia Ng T Y 21 21

India S Kidambi 20 17
Hong Kong Lee C Y 22 21

France T J Popov 11 24 5
Japan K Watanabe 21 22 21

India M Manjunath 19 10
Chinese Taipei Lee C-h 21 21

Republic of Ireland N Nguyen 19 15
Malaysia Lee Z J 21 21

Women’s Singles Second Round Schedule (23rd March)

China Zhang YM 14 16
Denmark M Blichfeldt 21 21

China Han Y 18 13
South Korea Kim G-e 21 21

Japan R Gunji 14 11
United States BW Zhang 21 21

Indonesia P K Wardani 21 12 21
India P. V. Sindhu 15 21 18

Scotland K Gilmour 21 21
Germany Y Li 17 17


Canada M Li 21 16 16
Indonesia G M Tunjung 17 21 21

Men’s Singles Quarter-Final Schedule (24th March)

Denmark V Axelsen vs France C Popov

Chinese Taipei Chou T-c vs Malaysia Ng T Y

Hong Kong Lee C Y vs Japan K Watanabe

Chinese Taipei Lee C-h vs Malaysia Lee Z J

Women’s Singles Quarter-Final Schedule (24th March)

Denmark M Blichfeldt vs South Korea Kim G-e

United States BW Zhang vs Chinese Taipei Pai Y-p

Thailand P Chochuwong vs Indonesia P K Wardani

Scotland K Gilmour vs Indonesia G M Tunjung

2023 Swiss Open: BWF points award system

Each Swiss Open category winner will receive 7,000 BWF points, while the runner-up would receive roughly 5,950 points, according to BWF. Due to the fact that Prannoy and Sindhu only earned 2,750 BWF points from this competition, their loss in the second round may cause them to fall in the BWF World Rankings.

Winner Runner-up 3/4 5/8 9/16 17/32
7,000 5,950 4,900 3,850 2,750 1,670

2023 Swiss Open: prize money distribution


According to reports, each singles category winner at the famed BWF Super 300 event Swiss Open will receive $15,750 from the $210,000 total prize pool. The singles runner-up will receive $7,500 while the semifinal losers will only receive $3,045 each. Unexpectedly eliminated in the secon round, PV Sindhu and HS Prannoy will now return home with $1,260.

Event Winner Finalist Semi-finals Quarter-finals Last 16
Singles $15,750 $7,980 $3,045 $1,260 $735
Doubles $16,590 $7,980 $2,940 $1,522.5 $787.5

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

In some regions, Olympic Channel will stream the Swiss Open live on Also, fans from all around the world will be able to watch this event live on the BWF YouTube account. In the meanwhile, live telecasts will be provided by regional broadcast partners of BWF in their own nations.

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