German Open badminton 2023 women’s singles schedule, date, time, draw, tickets, players list, prize money, live stream

German Open badminton 2023 women’s singles schedule, date, time, draw, tickets, players list, prize money, live stream

Despite the withdrawal of Indian ace PV Sindhu from the 2023 BWF German Open, India’s hope of winning medals from the women’s single category will be buoyed by the participation of Saina Nehwal, here, we examine the badminton tournament’s schedule, draw, seeded players, tickets, & streaming information.

At the upcoming 2023 German Open, which is scheduled to be played at the Westenergie Sporthalle in Mülheim from 7th March through 12th March, Indian stars Saina Nehwal and Malvika Bansod are both placed in a tough bracket.

German Open badminton 2023 women’s singles schedule, date, time, draw, tickets, players list, prize money, live streaming

2023 German Open women’s singles schedule, date, venue, fixtures, & first-round draw

In the tournament’s women’s singles draw, Saina Nehwal will command all of the attention. The formerly top-ranked player starts the competition as an unseeded player and will play a qualifier winner in the opening round. Meanwhile, fourth-seeded He Bing Jiao and the sixth-seeded Ratchanok Intanon are placed in the same bracket of the draw with Saina.

If things happen as predicted, Saina will qualify for the tantalizing second-round matchup against Thai ace Ratchanok Intanon. In the women’s singles division, Malvika Bansod is the only other Indian competitor and is scheduled to face-off against fifth-seed Wang Zhi Yi in the opening round. To enjoy this much-anticipated tournament’s women’s single category matches in-person, fans can purchase their tickets from here.

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

7th & 8th March: First-round matches will begin (from 12:00 PM IST)

March 9: Round of 16 matches will begin

10th March: Quarter-finals begin

March 11: Semi-finals begin

12th March: Finals begin

2023 German Open (badminton): women’s singles draw & schedule

First Round Schedule (7th-12th January)

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Japan A Yamaguchi vs Thailand L Chaiwan

Scotland K Gilmour vs China Zhang YM

China Wang ZY vs India M Bansod

Japan A Ohori vs Germany Y Li

China Chen YF vs United States I Wang

France Qi XF vs Spain C Azurmendi

Thailand P Chochuwong vs TBD

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Belgium L Tan vs Malaysia Goh J W

TBD vs India S Nehwal

Chinese Taipei Hsu W-c vs Thailand R Intanon

Japan S Kawakami vs Japan N Okuhara

Estonia K Kuuba vs China He BJ

South Korea Kim G-e vs TBD

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Thailand S Katethong vs China Han Y

Chinese Taipei Sung S-y vs TBD

2023 German Open: BWF points award system

According to BWF statistics, the winner of the women’s singles competition in this tournament would receive 7,000 BWF points, while the runner-up will receive roughly 5,950 points. It is known that the losers of each semifinal match would each receive 4,900 points.

Winner Runner-up 3/4 5/8 9/16 17/32 33/64 65/128
7,000 5,950 4,900 3,850 2,750 1,670 660 320

2023 German Open: prize money distribution

Because this competition is a BWF Super 300 event, each singles category winner will get $15,750 from a $210,000 total prize pool. In addition, the runner-up of this prestigious tournament will receive $7,980, and the second-round qualifiers will each receive $735.

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 $1,522.50 $787.5

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

Tuesday will feature a number of first-round matches, including the contest between Chinese superstar Wang Zhiyi and Indian prodigy Malvika Bansod. Viewers in India can watch this match live on Euro Sport or the BWF YouTube channel.

Also Read: BWF German Open Badminton 2022 Doubles Final, Schedule, Date, Time, Fixtures, Semi-Final Results, Score, Live Stream Telecast

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