Swiss Open badminton 2023 schedule, date, time, draw, tickets, players list, prize money, live streaming telecast

Swiss Open badminton 2023 schedule, date, time, draw, tickets, players list, prize money, live streaming telecast

After her disastrous start to the 2023 BWF World Tour, Indian ace PV Sindhu will hope to perform her best at the 2023 Swiss Open badminton by retaining her title, here, we examine the tournament’s schedule, draw, seeded players, tickets, & streaming information

The 2023 BWF Swiss Open, which is scheduled to take place from March 21 to March 26 in Basel’s St. Jakobshalle, will feature all of the top shuttlers. Moreover, there will be a $210,000 net prize for this challenge.

BWF Swiss Open badminton 2023 schedule, date, time, draw, tickets, players list, prize money, live streaming telecast

2023 Swiss Open singles schedule, date, venue, fixtures, & first-round draw

At the men’s singles event of the 2023 Swiss Open, last year runner-up HS Prannoy is seeded fifth and is placed in the first quarter of the draw. To begin his campaign, Prannoy will face-off against in-form Shi Yuqi. If Prannoy manages to overcome Yuqi, he will probably face Anders Antonsen in the second-round. It has been confirmed that Kantaphon Wangchaoren will be Antonsen’s opponent in the first round. Lakshya Sen, the eighth seed, will compete against Lee Cheuk Yiu of Hong Kong.

Being the defending champion, Sindhu will hope for a turnaround in her fortune and as the fourth seed, she is included in the third quarter of the draw alongside Saina Nehwal. It is possible that Saina Nehwal will face Sindhu in the second-round, if she manages to bypass Lalinrat Chaiwan of Thailand. To watch this eagerly awaited event in-person, fans can purchase their tickets from here.

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

21st & 22nd March: First-round matches will begin (from 10:00am GMT or 3:30 PM IST)

March 23: Round of 16 matches will begin

24th March: Quarter-finals begin

March 25: Semi-finals begin

26th March: Finals begin

2023 Swiss Open (badminton): singles draw & schedule

Men’s Singles First Round Schedule (21st – 22nd March)

Denmark V Axelsen vs Indonesia C A Dwi Wardoyo

Chinese Taipei Lin C-y vs Canada B Yang

India Prannoy HS vs China Shi YQ

Denmark A Antonsen vs Thailand K Wangcharoen

Chinese Taipei Chou T-c vs Chinese Taipei Wang T-w


China Lu GZ vs Malaysia Liew D

China Weng HY vs India S Kidambi

Hong Kong Lee C Y vs India L Sen

Denmark H-K Vittinghus vs France T J Popov

Thailand S Thammasin vs Thailand K Vitidsarn

Indonesia S H Rhustavito vs Republic of Ireland N Nguyen

China Li SF vs Malaysia Lee Z J

Women’s Singles First Round Schedule (21st – 22nd March)


China Wang ZY vs China Zhang YM

Denmark L Christophersen vs Denmark M Blichfeldt

China Han Y vs Chinese Taipei Hsu W-c

Thailand R Intanon vs Japan R Gunji

United States Zhang BW vs Japan N Nidaira

Belgium L Tan vs Chinese Taipei Pai Y-p

Malaysia Goh J W vs Denmark L Kjærsfeldt

Thailand L Chaiwan vs India S Nehwal

Switzerland J Stadelmann vs India P. V. Sindhu


Germany Y Li vs Thailand B Ongbamrungphan

Canada M Li vs Chinese Taipei Sung S-y

Indonesia G M Tunjung vs Spain C Marín

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. Meanwhile, the loser of each semifinal match would be awarded 4,900 points according to the BWF Points System.

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

It has been revealed that each singles category winner will receive $15,750 from the $210,000 total prize pool because Swiss Open is a famous BWF Super 300 event. The singles runner-up will receive $7,500 in contrast to the semi-final losers’ $3,045 payout.

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 via Also, it will be televised globally, via regional broadcast partners, and on the BWF YouTube channel.

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