Korea Masters Badminton Live – All You Need To Know

Korea Masters 2022 Live: Draw Following the Korea Open 2022, the Korea Masters Tournament will begin on 12 April. The badminton tournament is part of the BWF Super 300 series and is returning after a two-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 epidemic. Follow Korea Masters live updates on InsideSport.IN

Top Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth is the top pick of the tournament. Another Parupalli Kashyap of India, who finished 6th in the men’s singles category. However, Lakshya Sen and PV Sindhu will not take part in the tournament.

Korea Masters Badminton Live: Draw, schedule, top seed, prize money, live streaming – all you need to know

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The annual badminton tournament will be the ninth tournament of the 2022 BWF World Tour, which has been held since 2007. This year marks the 14th edition of the tournament

Korea Masters Badminton Live: Draw, schedule, top seed, prize money, live streaming – all you need to know

Defending Champion (2019 edition winner)

Men’s Singles – Kanta Suneyama – Japan
Women’s Singles – One is Se-Young – South Korea
Men’s Doubles – Li Yang-Wang Chi Yin – Chinese Taipei
Women’s Doubles – Name Matsuyama-Chiharu Shida- Japan
Mixed Dual – Tang Chun Man-se Ing Suet – Hong Kong

Korea Masters 2022 Schedule

1st round– April 12,13
2nd round– April 14
Quarter finals– April 15
Semi-final– April 16
Final – April 17

Korea Masters 2022 Top seeds

Men’s Singles:

  1. India – Srikanth Kidambi
  2. Thailand – Kunlabhut Vitidsorn
  3. Thailand – Kantaphone Wanchaoren
  4. China – Lu Guangzhou
  5. South Korea – Hyo Kwang-hee
  6. Thailand – Sittikam Thammasin
  7. China – Zhao Junpeng
  8. India – Parupalli Kashyap

Women’s singles

  1. China – Chen Yufei
  2. South Korea – A Se-Young
  3. Thailand – Ratchanok Intanon
  4. China – He is Bingjiao
  5. Thailand – Pornpawi Chochuong
  6. Thailand – Busan Ongbamrungfan
  7. Canada – Michelle Lee
  8. Singapore- Yeo Xia Min

Men’s doubles

1. Malaysia – Wong ye sin / teo e e e
2. South Korea – Ko Sung-hyun / Shin Bek-chiol
3. Indonesia – Pramudya Kusumavardhan / Jeremiah Rambitan
4. Indonesia – Bogas Maulana / Muhammad Shohibul Fikri
5. Indonesia – Leo Rally Carnando / Daniel Marthin
6. China – Liu Cheng / Zhang Nan
7. India – Arjun MR / Dhruv Kapila
8. India – Krishna Prasad Garaga / Vishnuvardhana Gaur Panjala

Women’s doubles

1. South Korea – Li So-hi / Shin Seung-chan
2. South Korea – Kim Soo-young / Kong Hi-young
3. India – Ashwini Ponnappa / Sikki Reddy
4. China – Liu Xuanxuan / Zia Yuting
5. South Korea – Jeong Na-Yun / Kim Hai-Jeong
6. Thailand – Laksika Kanlaha / Fatimas Muenong
7. Malaysia – Vivian Hu / Lim Chiu Sien
8. Canada –Catherine Choi / Josephine U.

Meaning of Korea Masters 2022 Award:

The total prize money is US $ 360,000. The single winners will receive $ 13,500, while the doubles champions will receive a total of $ 14,220.

Events The winner Finalist Semifinals Quarter finals The last 16
Unmarried 13,500 6,840 2,610 $ 1,080 630
Double 14,220 6,840 2,520 $ 1,305 675

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Working Indians:

India’s top badminton stars like Kidambi Srikkanth, Saina Nehwal, Parupalli Kashyap, Ashwini Ponnappa and Sikki Reddy will be seen in this tournament.

Men’s draw

Swiss Open Badminton: Kidambi Srikanth beats Denmark's Mads Christophersen to advance to second round
Swiss Open Badminton: Kidambi Srikanth beats Denmark’s Mads Christophersen to advance to second round

Men’s singles

Kidambi Srikanth is the top pick and he has been kept in an easy draw where Swadeshi Parupalli Kashyap is the other pick. Srikanth launched a campaign against China’s Li Shifeng. Meanwhile, Kashyap faced Weng Hongyang of China and started his campaign as the eighth pick.

Kidambi Srikanth [IND] Vs. Lee Shifeng [CHN]

Parupalli Kashyap [IND] Vs. Weng Hongyang [CHN]

India’s other male singles player is Chirag Sen, who will face fifth seed Hugo Kwang-hir in the first round. Kiran George faces the unwanted Youssef Sabri medal in the opening round. Rahul Yadav against Chittaboina Victor Sovendensen.

Men’s doubles

In the men’s doubles draw, MR Arjun and Dhruv Kapila were seventh and Krishna Prasad Garaga and Vishnuvardhan were eighth. Garaga and Vishnu start the tournament against Goh Shem and Lo Juan Shen. Arjun-Kapila started their campaign against Nur Azrian Ayub and Lim Khim Wah of Malaysia.

India has three more pairs, PS Ravikrishna and SP Udayakumar, Bokka Navneet and Sumit Reddy and Ishan Bhatnagar and Sai Praveen.

BWF World Tour Finals: Ashwini Ponnappa, N Sikki Reddy conclude campaign with consolation win;  Chloe Birch's British pair defeated Lauren Smith
BWF World Tour Finals: Ashwini Ponnappa, N Sikki Reddy conclude campaign with consolation win; Chloe Birch’s British pair defeated Lauren Smith

Women’s draw

Saina Nehwal’s participation in the tournament is still unclear as she withdrew from the Korea Open last week. If Saina takes part in this tournament, she will face Aya Ohori of Japan in her opening match.

Saina Nehwal [IND] Vs. Aya Ohori [JPN] – TBC

India also have Malvika Bonsod, who will play in the first round against Kesenia Polikarpova. Tania Hemnath will play eight picks with Yeo Zia Min. Samia Farooqi and Sri Krishna Kudaravalli will face each other in the first round.

Malvika Bansod [IND] Vs. Kesnia Polikarpova [ISR]

Women’s doubles

Ashwini Ponnappa and Sikki Reddy are third picks in the women’s doubles. They were eliminated in the first round.

Mixed dual

In the mixed doubles, Ashwini Ponnappa has teamed up with Sumit Reddy and will face Korea’s Kim Young-hyuk and Kim Hai-jiang in the first round. Meanwhile, Sai Pratik and Siki Reddy are partnering together and they will face Misha Gilberman of Israel and Svetlana Gilberman of Israel in the opening competition.

Korea Masters Badminton Live: Draw, schedule, top seed, prize money, live streaming – all you need to know

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