Badminton Asia Championship 2022 – All You Need To Know

Badminton Asia Championship 2022: The top Indian shuttlers, who took a short break after the Korea Open this year, are back on the circuit as they battle the continent’s best players at the Badminton Asia Championships. The tournament is scheduled to be played from April 26 to May 1, 2022. India’s biggest superstar PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikkanth, Lakshya Sen will be in action in this tournament. Follow InsideSport.IN for more updates.

Badminton Asia Championship 2022: Draw, Schedule, Top Seeds, Prize Money, Live Streaming – All You Need To Know About Badminton Asia Championship 2022

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The annual badminton tournament is part of the BWF 1000 series and returns after a two-year hiatus due to the Covid-19. This year marks the 39th edition of the tournament.

Badminton Asia Championship 2022: Draw, Schedule, Top Seeds, Prize Money, Live Streaming – All You Need To Know About Badminton Asia Championship 2022

Defending Champion (2019 edition winner)

Men’s Singles – Kento Momota – Japan
Women’s Singles – Akane Yamugachi – Japan
Men’s Doubles – Hiroyuki Endo – Utah Watanabe – Japan
Women’s Doubles – Chen Qinchen – Zia Ifan – China
Mixed Dual – Wang Ilu – Huang Dongping – China

Badminton Asia Championship 2022 Schedule

1st round– April 26, 27
2nd round– April 28
Quarter finals– April 29
Semi-final– April 30
Final – May 1

Badminton Asia Championship 2022 Top Seed

Men’s Singles:

  1. Japan – Kento Momota
  2. Indonesia – Anthony Sinisuka Ginting
  3. Malaysia– Li Ji Zia
  4. Indonesia – Jonathan Christie
  5. India -Lakshya Sen.
  6. Singapore- Loh Qin Yu
  7. India – Srikanth Kidambi
  8. Thailand – Kunlabhut Vitidsorn

Women’s singles

  1. Japan – Akane yamugachi
  2. South Korea – A Se-Young
  3. Japan – Nozomi Okuhara
  4. India – PV Indus
  5. China – He is Bingjiao
  6. Thailand – Pornpawi Chochuong
  7. Thailand – Ongbamarungfan costume
  8. Japan – Sayaka Takahashi

Men’s doubles

1. Indonesia – Mohammad Ahsan / Hendra Setiawan
2. Japan – Takuro Hoki / Yugo Kobayashi
3. India – Satwiksairaj Rankireddy / Chirag Shetty
4. Indonesia – Fajr Alfian / Muhammad Ryan Ardianto
5. Malaysia – Aaron Chia / Soh Uui Ik
6. Malaysia – Wong ye sin / teo e e e
7. South Korea – Choi Sol-gyu / Seo Seung-jae (Withdrawal)
8. Malaysia – Goh Seje Fei / Nur Izzuddin

Women’s doubles

1. China – Chen Kingchen / Zia Ifan
2. South Korea – Li So-hi / Shin Seung-chan
3. South Korea – Kim Soo-young / Kong Hi-young
4. Japan – Yuki Fukushima / Sayaka Hirota
5. Japan – Nami Matsuyama / Chiharu Shida
6. Thailand – Junglefan Kititharkul / Rabinda Prajangjai
7. Malaysia – Pearly Tan / Thinah Muralitharan
8. India – Ashwini Ponnappa / N. Sikki Reddy (Withdrawal)

Badminton Asia Championship 2022 prize money

The total prize money for this year’s tournament is US $ 400,000. The distribution of prize money is in accordance with BWF regulations.

Events The winner Final Semifinals Quarter finals The last 16
Unmarried 30,000 15,200 5,800 2,400 $ 1,400
Double $ 31,600 15,200 5,600 2,900 500 1,500

Badminton Asia Championship 2022: Draw, Schedule, Top Seeds, Prize Money, Live Streaming – All You Need To Know About Badminton Asia Championship 2022

Working Indian

Badminton Asia Championship 2022: Draw, Schedule, Top Seeds, Prize Money, Live Streaming - All You Need To Know About Badminton Asia Championship 2022
Badminton Asia Championship 2022: Draw, Schedule, Top Seeds, Prize Money, Live Streaming – All You Need To Know About Badminton Asia Championship 2022

Men’s draw

Men’s singles

The 2021 World Championship bronze medalist who has had a great year so far is India’s top pick in the men’s singles as he is the fifth pick. In the first round, Lakshya Sen will start the campaign against Li Shifeng of China.

However, Srikanth Kidambi finished seventh in the tournament. He will face NG Young of Malaysia in the first round. Sai Praneeth has also qualified for the event and will face fourth-seeded Jonathan Christie in the first round.

Meanwhile, HS Romance, who reached the final of this year’s Swiss Open, withdrew from the event due to injury.

Badminton Asia Championship 2022: Draw, Schedule, Top Seeds, Prize Money, Live Streaming - All You Need To Know About Badminton Asia Championship 2022
Badminton Asia Championship 2022: Draw, Schedule, Top Seeds, Prize Money, Live Streaming – All You Need To Know About Badminton Asia Championship 2022

Men’s doubles

In the men’s doubles, Chirag Shetty and Sattviksairaj Rankireddy got the third pick and are placed in a group which also includes Malaysia’s fifth pick Aaron Chia and Soh Wei Ik. The Indian duo will launch their campaign against Thailand’s Epiluk Geterahung and Natchanan Tulamok.

India have three more men’s doubles pairs in the tournament. Dhruv Kapila and MR Arjun will play against fourth seed MR Arjun and Dhruv Kapila of Indonesia. Krishna Prasad Garaga and Vishnuvardhan Panjala will face Kang Min Hyuk and Kim On-Hor of South Korea.

Syed Modi International: PV Sindhu Vijay
Syed Modi International: PV Sindhu Vijay

Women’s draw

Women’s singles

PV Sindhu, who won the Swiss Open title this year, has entered the tournament as the fourth pick. In the first round, he will fight against Chinese Taipei’s Pi Yu-po. He has been kept in an easy quarter. The only other player selected in this quarter is China’s fifth seed He Bingjiao.

Saina Nehwal will also be in this tournament. He will face South Korea’s Sim Yu-Jin in the first round. Malvika Bansod and Akashi Kashyap will also play in this tournament.

Doubles draw

In the women’s doubles, Ashwini Ponnappa and Sikki Reddy are fourth pick and they got a bye in the first round. In the second round, they will face Canada’s unseeded Katherine Choi and Josephine Woo.

India, meanwhile, has an unwanted blink of an aurora and an improvement hooda. The pair will face South Korea’s Chang Ye-na and Jung Kyung-yun. Reaching the semifinals of the All-England Open, Trisa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand will start their campaign against Thailand’s Junkolfan Kititharakul and Rabindra Prajongzai.

Women’s doubles

In the women’s doubles, Gayatri Gopichand and Trisa Jolly, as well as Ashwini Ponnappa and Siki Reddy have withdrawn from the event. India will now see the participation of Simran Singhi and Ritika Tagore who will fight seventh seed Parli Tan and Thinah Muralitharan.

Ashwini Bhatt and Shikha Gutam are another Indian pair and they will face Malaysia’s un-seeded Anna Cheung and Teoh Mei Jing in the first round.

Mixed dual

Ishan Bhatnagar and Tanisha Cresto will face Hong Kong’s Young Enga Ting and Lo Cheuk in the first round. Meanwhile, Indonesia’s fourth-seeded veteran Jordan and Melati Oktavianti will face Venkat Gaur Prasad and Juhi Dewangan.

Badminton Asia Championship 2022: Draw, Schedule, Top Seeds, Prize Money, Live Streaming – All You Need To Know About Badminton Asia Championship 2022

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