Malaysia Masters badminton 2023 results today, quarter-final schedule, date, time, draw, score, live stream telecast where to watch

Malaysia Masters badminton 2023 results today, quarter-final schedule, date, time, draw, score, live stream telecast where to watch

Although Lakshya Sen suffered a heartbreaking defeat, Indian shuttlers HS Prannoy and Kidambi Srikanth managed to overcome their second-round opponent and qualify for the men’s singles quarterfinal of the 2023 Malaysia Masters badminton, here, we examine the tournament’s second-round results, schedule, & streaming information

At the 2023 Malaysia Masters, Kidambi Srikanth defeated eighth-seeded Thailand’s Kunlavut Vitidsarn by score of 21-19, 21-19 on Thursday to qualify for the quarterfinal alongside Prannoy and Sindhu.

Malaysia Masters badminton 2023 results today, quarter-final schedule, date, time, draw, score and live stream telecast where to watch

2023 Malaysia Masters singles day 4 schedule, date, venue, & quarter-final draw

In a pre-quarterfinal match on Thursday, double Olympic medalist PV Sindhu easily defeated Japan’s Aya Ohori 21-16, 21-11 in 40 minutes. Following this result, it is confirmed that Sindhu will face Zhang Yi Man of China to determine who qualifies for the semi-final of the Kuala Lumpur tournament. Prannoy defeated Chinese All England champion Li Shi Feng in the second-round of the BWF World Tour Super 500 match, coming from behind to win 13-21, 21-16, 21-11. On Friday, he will compete against Kenta Nishimoto of Japan in the quarterfinal.

Lakshya Sen, however, was eliminated from the current Malaysia Masters 2023 on Thursday after losing to Angus Ng Ka Long of Hong Kong. With a spectacular performance, Angus Ng Ka Long defeated Indian youngster Sen 21-14, 21-19. Following these results, it is confirmed that only three Indian shuttlers have qualified for the quarterfinal of the 2023 Malaysia Masters across all categories.

Below, we look at upcoming schedule of 2023 Malaysia Masters:

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26th May: Quarter-finals begin (from 01:10 AM GMT/06:40 AM IST)

May 27: Semi-finals begin

28th May: Finals begin

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Malaysia Masters 2023: second-round results & score

Category Order Match SET-1 SET-2 SET-3
Men’s Singles 1 Denmark M Johannesen 16 14
Indonesia C Adinata 21 21
2 Thailand K Vitidsarn 19 19
India S Kidambi 21 21
3 Indonesia J Christie 20 11
Japan K Nishimoto 22 21
4 India Prannoy H. S. 13 21 21
China Li SF 21 16 11
5 Denmark R Gemke 14 15
Japan K Naraoka 21 21
6 Chinese Taipei Lin C-y 21 16 21
Malaysia Lee Z J 19 21 15
7 Hong Kong Ng K L 21 21
India L Sen 14 19
8 China Weng HY 21 21
Indonesia A S Ginting 19 15
Women’s Singles 1 Japan A Yamaguchi 21 21
Denmark M Blichfeldt 18 17
2 Thailand P Chochuwong 15 13
Canada M Li 21 21
3 China Han Y 21 21
Chinese Taipei Hsu W-c 16 18
4 Thailand B Ongbamrungphan 19 21 21
Germany Y Li 21 13 16
5 Japan A Ohori 16 11
India P. V. Sindhu 21 21
6 China Zhang YM 16 21 21
South Korea Kim G-e 21 15 18
7 South Korea Sim Y-j 15 19
Indonesia G M Tunjung 21 21
8 Denmark L Kjærsfeldt 18 20
China Wang ZY 21 22
Men’s Doubles 1 South Korea Kang M-h 21 21
South Korea Seo S-j
Japan A Koga 15 17
Japan T Saito
2 Malaysia Ong Y S 15 21 21
Malaysia Teo E Y
Chinese Taipei Lu C-y 21 12 19
Chinese Taipei Yang P-h
3 Japan T Hoki 21 21
Japan Y Kobayashi
Indonesia M F Gideon 15 17
Indonesia K S Sukamuljo
4 Chinese Taipei Lee F-c 19 20
Chinese Taipei Lee F-j
Chinese Taipei Chang K-c 21 22
Chinese Taipei Po L-w
5 Scotland A Dunn 21 16 13
Scotland A Hall
Malaysia Man W C 19 21 21
Malaysia Tee K W
6 Chinese Taipei Lee J-h 17 14
Chinese Taipei Yang P-h
Indonesia M Ahsan 21 21
Indonesia H Setiawan
7 China He JT 14 13
China Zhou HD
Indonesia L R Carnando 21 21
Indonesia D Marthin
8 South Korea Choi S-g 19 14
South Korea Kim W-h
Malaysia A Chia 21 21
Malaysia Soh W Y
Women’s Doubles 1 Japan N Matsuyama 21 21
Japan C Shida
China Li WM 16 12
China Liu XX
2 Japan R Iwanaga 14 6
Japan K Nakanishi
South Korea Baek H-n 21 21
South Korea Lee S-h
3 South Korea Kim S-y 16 21 19
South Korea Kong H-y
Chinese Taipei Hsu Y-c 21 15 21
Chinese Taipei Lin W-c
4 Japan M Matsumoto 21 21
Japan W Nagahara
Denmark M Fruergaard 12 10
Denmark S Thygesen
5 Japan R Miyaura 17 21 19
Japan A Sakuramoto
Malaysia P Tan 21 18 21
Malaysia Thinaah M
6 South Korea Lee Y-l 16 9
South Korea Shin S-c
Japan Y Fukushima 21 21
Japan S Hirota
7 Japan R Hirokami 15 21 7
Japan Y Kato
South Korea Jeong N-e 21 9 21
South Korea Kim H-j
8 Thailand S Paewsampran 14 14
Thailand P Supajirakul
Indonesia A Rahayu 21 21
Indonesia S F S Ramadhanti

2023 Malaysia Masters: prize money distribution

Each singles category winner of the Malaysia Masters, a BWF Super 500 tournament, will receive $31,500 in prize money from the $420,000 total prize pool. The singles runner-up will receive $15,960, while the losers of each singles semifinal match will only receive $6,090 each. Lakshya Sen, an Indian prodigy, was unexpectedly defeated by Angus in the second round, earning him $1,470 in prize money.

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Event Winner Finalist Semi-finals Quarter-finals Last 16
Singles $31,500 $15,960 $6,090 $2,520 $1,470
Doubles $33,180 $15,960 $5,880 $3,045 $1,575

When & Where to watch: live stream & telecast of Malaysia Masters

Live streaming of the Malaysia Masters 2023 events will be accessible on the Badminton World Federation’s official YouTube channel, BWF TV. There is no assurance that an Indian TV broadcaster will now air the Malaysia Masters live. To watch the Malaysia Masters on Olympic Channel in 2023, fans can go to Olympics.com.

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