Badminton Asia Championship 2022 – All You Need To Know

Badminton Asia Championship 2022 – Badminton Asia Championship Live: World No. 7 PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikkanth and Saina Nehwal are the only remaining Indians in the singles fight at the Asian Badminton Championships. The three-hitter shuttler will take to the field in the second round of the continental tournament on Thursday (April 26). Follow InsideSport.IN for more updates.

Fixtures of India

  • PV Indus [IND] Vs. Jasleen Hui [SIN] – 9.50 am
  • Saina Nehwal [IND] Vs. Wang Zhii [CHN] – 10.30 am
  • Kidambi Srikanth [IND] Vs. Weng Hongyang [CHN] – 12.30 pm

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Fourth-seeded Sindhu will face Singapore’s Jasleen Hui and Saina Nehwal will play against China’s Wang Jie. Meanwhile, Srikanth will face Weng Hongyang of China.

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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.

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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 Kingchen – 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

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

Fixtures of India

  • PV Indus [IND] Vs. Jasleen Hui [SIN] – 9.50 am
  • Saina Nehwal [IND] Vs. Wang Zhii [CHN] – 10.30 am
  • Kidambi Srikanth [IND] Vs. Weng Hongyang [CHN] – 12.30 pm
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PV Indus [IND] Vs. Jasleen Hui [SIN]

World No. 7 PV Sindhu was knocked out in his first round by Chinese Taipei’s Pi Yu Po. Sindhu lost the first set and was looking to lose after trailing 17-20 in the second set. However he made a great comeback and won the set 27-25 and then defeated his opponent 21-9 in the third set. He will look for a better performance in his upcoming competition.

Meanwhile, Jasleen Hui entered the competition by defeating Lee Seo-jin of South Korea 21-18, 21-10 in straight sets. Hooi has been knocked out of the first two rounds of the Korea Open and Korea Masters this year but has seen good touch in the previous game and would expect a strong performance against Sindhu. Sindhu, however, entered the match as a favorite.

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Saina Nehwal [IND] Vs. Wang Zhii [CHN]

The 2012 Olympic bronze medalist, who was dropped from the Indian squad for the Thomas and Uber Cup, as well as the Asian Games and Commonwealth Games, won India’s first match in the singles division at the Asian Championships after defeating South Korea’s Sim Yu-Jin 21-15, 17-21. 21-13.

Meanwhile, Wang Zhiyi defeated seventh seed Busanan Ongbumrangfan of Thailand 12-21, 21-15, 21-15 in the first round. Saina and Wang Jie will both face each other for the second time in their careers. The last time they met was when the Chinese won the competition at the New Zealand Open in 2019.

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Kidambi Srikanth [IND] Vs. Weng Hongyang [CHN]

Kidambi Srikanth will face Chinese qualifier Weng Hongyang in the second round of the Asian Championships. Srikanth defeated NG J Young of Malaysia 22-21, 21-15 in the first round. Srikanth has yet to win his first title this year and his seventh title is about to end his title drought.

Meanwhile, Weng Hong Young defeated Jason Teh of Singapore 22-20, 21-17 in the first round to fight Srikanth. This will be the first meeting between the two players.

Other matches:

Men’s doubles

Ranakiredi-Chirag Sethi [IND] Vs Koga – Saito [JPN]

Mixed dual

Bhatnagar-Cresto [IND] Vs. Qian Meng – Pei Jing [MAL]

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Where to watch Badminton Asia Championship 2022 live streaming?

Fans in India can watch the Badminton Asia Championship 2022 live on BWF’s official YouTube channel BWF TV. Follow the Asian Badminton Championships live updates with InsideSport.IN

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