Swiss Open badminton 2024 schedule, date, time, draw, tickets, prize money, live streaming telecast where to watch

Swiss Open badminton 2024 schedule, date, time, draw, tickets, prize money, live streaming telecast where to watch

We examine the 2024 BWF Swiss Open badminton schedule, draw, seeded players, & streaming info, which will begin on 19th March in Basel

PV Sindhu and Lakshya Sen are set to lead India’s charge at the 2024 Swiss Open badminton tournament. The BWF Super 300 event kicks off at the St Jakobshalle arena in Basel, Switzerland from Tuesday.

Swiss Open badminton 2024 schedule, date, time, draw, tickets, prize money, live streaming telecast where to watch in India

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

Because the Swiss Open holds the designation of a BWF World Tour Super 300 event, each winner in the singles category will receive $15,750, while winners in the doubles category will claim $16,590. The total prize pool for this esteemed event amounts to $210,000. Fans keen on witnessing the event live can purchase tickets directly from here.

2024 Swiss Open schedule, date, venue, fixtures, key shuttlers, & first-round draw

All attention will be on PV Sindhu, a two-time Olympic medalist, who holds the fourth seed in the women’s singles category. Recently, she competed at the All England Open, reaching the second round before succumbing to world No. 1 An Se-young of South Korea. Sindhu made her return to the BWF World Tour at the French Open, advancing to the quarter-finals before falling to China’s Chen Yufei.

The 28-year-old Indian badminton ace will start her Swiss Open journey against German player Yvonne Li. Sindhu met Li in the first round of the All England Open, where Li, ranked 26th globally, retired after losing the opening game. Aakarshi Kashyap will also feature in the women’s singles main draw, with Malvika Bansod starting from the qualifiers. The matches will be streamed live.

In the men’s singles, Lakshya Sen aims to capitalize on his consecutive semi-final appearances at the French Open and the All England Open. Sen bowed out in the semis in Birmingham, defeated by eventual champion Jonatan Christie of Indonesia. World No. 18 Sen, who’s been in excellent form, will kick off against Malaysia’s Leong Jun Hao. Former World No. 1 Kidambi Srikanth will face Chinese Taipei’s Wang Tzu-wei in his opener.


we examine the seeded players for this tournament:

Men’s Singles
  1. Malaysia Lee Zii Jia
  2. Japan Kenta Nishimoto
  3. Singapore Loh Kean Yew
  4. Hong Kong Lee Cheuk Yiu
  5. Chinese Taipei Chou Tien-chen
  6. Japan Kanta Tsuneyama
  7. India Lakshya Sen
  8. Japan Koki Watanabe
Women’s Singles
  1. Spain Carolina Marín
  2. Indonesia Gregoria Mariska Tunjung
  3. United States Beiwen Zhang
  4. India PV Sindhu
  5. Japan Aya Ohori
  6. South Korea Kim Ga-eun
  7. Thailand Ratchanok Intanon
  8. Thailand Pornpawee Chochuwong
Men’s Doubles
  1. Indonesia Muhammad Shohibul Fikri / Bagas Maulana
  2. Chinese Taipei Lee Yang / Wang Chi-lin
  3. Indonesia Leo Rolly Carnando / Daniel Marthin
  4. Malaysia Ong Yew Sin / Teo Ee Yi
  5. Japan Akira Koga / Taichi Saito
  6. Malaysia Man Wei Chong / Tee Kai Wun
  7. Malaysia Goh Sze Fei / Nur Izzuddin
  8. England Ben Lane / Sean Vendy
Women’s Doubles
  1. Indonesia Apriyani Rahayu / Siti Fadia Silva Ramadhanti
  2. Japan Rin Iwanaga / Kie Nakanishi
  3. Indonesia Febriana Dwipuji Kusuma / Amallia Cahaya Pratiwi
  4. Hong Kong Yeung Nga Ting / Yeung Pui Lam
  5. Denmark Maiken Fruergaard / Sara Thygesen
  6. India Tanisha Crasto / Ashwini Ponnappa
  7. France Margot Lambert / Anne Tran
  8. India Treesa Jolly / Gayatri Gopichand
Mixed Doubles
  1. China Jiang Zhenbang / Wei Yaxin
  2. Thailand Dechapol Puavaranukroh / Sapsiree Taerattanachai
  3. Malaysia Chen Tang Jie / Toh Ee Wei
  4. Denmark Mathias Christiansen / Alexandra Bøje
  5. Japan Hiroki Midorikawa / Natsu Saito
  6. Chinese Taipei Ye Hong-wei / Lee Chia-hsin
  7. France Thom Gicquel / Delphine Delrue
  8. Malaysia Goh Soon Huat / Shevon Jemie Lai

Swiss Open 2024: draw & schedule

Men’s Singles:
  • Malaysia Lee Z J vs Chinese Taipei Su L-y
  • Chinese Taipei Wang T-w vs India S Kidambi
  • India L Sen vs Malaysia Leong J H
  • France T J Popov vs Chinese Taipei Lee C-h
  • Singapore Loh K Y vs Chinese Taipei Lin C-y
  • Chinese Taipei Chi Y-j vs Q4
  • Japan K Tsuneyama vs Q2
  • Denmark M Johannesen vs France A Merklé
  • Q3 vs Thailand K Wangcharoen
  • France C Popov vs Chinese Taipei Chou T-c
  • Hong Kong Ng K L vs China Lei LX
  • India P Rajawat vs Hong Kong Lee C Y
  • India K George vs Japan T Obayashi
  • France A Lanier vs Japan K Watanabe
  • Q1 vs Denmark R Gemke
  • Switzerland T Künzi vs Japan K Nishimoto
Women’s Singles:
  • Spain C Marín vs Chinese Taipei Lin H-t
  • Q1 vs Chinese Taipei Sung S-y
  • South Korea Kim G-e vs Myanmar Thet Htar T
  • Denmark L Christophersen vs Q3
  • India PV Sindhu vs Germany Y Li
  • Japan T Miyazaki vs Q2
  • Japan A Ohori vs Thailand B Ongbamrungphan
  • Denmark L Kjærsfeldt vs Japan N Nidaira
  • India A Kashyap vs Canada M Li
  • Japan N Okuhara vs Thailand R Intanon
  • Thailand S Katethong vs Denmark M Blichfeldt
  • Q4 vs United States BW Zhang
  • Switzerland J Stadelmann vs Chinese Taipei Pai Y-p
  • Indonesia P K Wardani vs Thailand P Chochuwong
  • Vietnam Nguyễn T L vs Indonesia E N T Wardoyo
  • Chinese Taipei Hsu W-c vs Indonesia G M Tunjung

When & Where to watch: live stream & telecast


Fans can catch the Swiss Open 2024 live on the official YouTube channel of the Badminton World Federation, BWF TV, and Jio Cinema. Meanwhile, Sports 18 3 and Sports 18 1 HD TV channels in India will broadcast the Swiss Open badminton matches live.

we examine the detailed schedule of this tournament:

March 19-20: First-Round (beginning from 2:30 AM IST)

21st March: Second-Round

March 22: Quarter-Final


23rd March: Semi-Final

March 24: Final


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