Hylo Open 2021 Badminton Men’s Singles Quarter Finals: Schedule, Venue, Fixtures, Results, Date, Time, Live Stream, Draw

Hylo Open 2021 Badminton Men’s Singles Quarter Finals: Schedule, Venue, Fixtures, Results, Date, Time, Live Stream, Draw

Here is everything you need to know about the 2021 Hylo Open badminton for the men’s singles quarter finals including the schedule, venue, live stream, fixtures, draw, date, time

The Hylo Open 2021 Men’s singles category has completed it’s quarter finals draw. The tournament brought us some nail biting action from the previous round of 16 and the same can be expected from the quarter finals. Take a look at the schedule, venue, streaming details and more for the Men’s singles category.

Hylo Open 2021 Badminton Men’s Singles Quarter Finals: Schedule, Venue, Fixtures, Live Stream, Draw

Before moving forward to the quarter final fixtures, let’s take a look at the results from the round of 16 of the tournament:

  1. Loh K Y beat T J Popov
  2. R Gemke beat K Naraoka
  3. Wang T-W lost to L Sen
  4. Lee C Y lost to K Vitidsarn
  5. Lee D-K lost to S Kidambi
  6. T Sugiarto lost to Ng K L
  7. So Verma lost to K Wangcharoen 
  8. N Nguyen lost to Lee Z J

There were many upsets in the previous rounds, a great sight to see as the young players start to make a name for themselves. The fans can expect to see some amazing quarter final matches filled with action and drama. The quarter final fixtures are as follows:

  1. Loh K Y vs R Gemke
  2. L Sen vs K Vitidsarn
  3. S Kidambi vs Ng K L
  4. K Wangcharoen vs Lee Z J

Hylo Open 2021 Men’s Singles Quarter Final Venue and Tickets

The Hylo Open matches for all the categories we be held at the Saarlandhalle arena situated in Saarbrucken, Germany, including the Men’s singles quarter finals. The arena can accommodate 5,5000 people, however, to get the tickets the fans will have to visit the arena.

Hylo Open 2021 Men’s Singles Quarter finals Live Stream and Telecast 

The Hylo Open 2021 Men’s singles quarter finals is set to kick off on 5th November. The first match will begin at 4:30 pm IST. Fans can watch the matches live on the following streaming and television networks:

India:

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Star Sports 3 or Disney+Hotstar (4:30 pm IST)

UK:

BT Sport (12:00 pm BST)

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China:

CCTV (7:00 pm CST Asia)

USA & Rest of the World:

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Olympics.com (6:00 am IST)

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