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Thailand Open 2022: After the Thomas & Uber Cup, the focus is now shifting to the Thailand Open. The BWF 500 tournament will take place in Bangkok from May 17th to 22nd. The tournament returns after a year-long hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. India’s biggest superstars PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth and Saina Nehwal will be in action at the tournament. Follow InsideSport.IN for more updates.

Thailand Open 2022: Draws, Schedule, Top Seeds, Prize Money, LIVE Streaming – Everything you need to know about the Thailand Open 2022

This will be the ninth tournament of the 2022 BWF World Tour. This year marks the 34th edition of the tournament.

Defending Champion (winner of the 2019 edition)

Men’s Singles – Viktor Axelsen – Denmark
Ladies Singles – Carolina Marin – Spain
Men’s Doubles – Lee Yang/Wang Chi-lin – Chinese Taipei
Women’s Doubles – Kim So-yeong / Kong Hee-yong – South Korea
Mixed double – Dechapol Puvaranukroh / Sapsiree Taerattanachai

Schedule of the Thailand Open 2022

1 round– May 17, 18
2nd round– May 19
Quarterfinals– May 20th
semifinals– May 21st
final – May 22

Thailand Open 2022 top seed

Men’s singles:

  1. Denmark – Victor Axelsen
  2. Japan – Kento Momota
  3. Denmark – Anders Antonsen
  4. Chinese Taipei – Chou Tien-chen
  5. Indonesia – Anthony Sinisuka Ginting
  6. Malaysia – Lee Zii Jia
  7. Indonesia – Jonathan Christie
  8. India – Srikanth Kidambi

Ladies Singles

  1. Chinese Taipei – Tai Tzu ying
  2. Japan – Akane Yamugachi
  3. China – Chen Yufei
  4. South Korea – A se-jung
  5. Japan – Nozomi Okuhara
  6. India – PV Sindhu
  7. Thailand – Ratchanok Intanon
  8. China – He Bingjiao

men’s doubles

1. Indonesia – Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan
2. Chinese Taipei – Lee Yang / Wang Chi-Lin
3. Japan – Takuro Hoki / Yugo Kobayashi
4. India – Satwiksairaj Rankireddy / Chirag Shetty
5. Indonesia – Fajar Alfian / Muhammad Rian Ardianto
6. Malaysia – Aaron Chia / Soh Wooi Yik
7. Denmark – Kim Astrup / Anders Skaarup Rasmussen
8th. Malaysia – Ong Yew Sin / Teo Ee Yi

Ladies doubles

1. China – Chen Qingchen / Jia Yifan
2. South Korea – Lee So-hee/Shin Seung-chan
3. South Korea – Kim So-yeong / Kong Hee-yong
4. Japan – Yuki Fukushima / Sayaka Hirota
5. Japan – Mayu Matsumoto / Wakana Nagahara
6. Japan – Nami Matsuyama / Chiharu Shinda
7. Malaysia – Pearly Tan / Thinaah Muralitharan
8th. Denmark – Maiken Fruergaard / Sara Thygesen

Prize money of the Thailand Open 2022:

The total prize pool for the tournament is $140,000. Singles winners will receive $10,500, while doubles winners will receive a total of $11,060.

The total prize pool for the tournament is $360,000. Singles winners will receive $27,000, while doubles winners will receive a total of $28,440.

incident winner finalist semifinals quarter finals last 16
singles $27,000 $13,680 $5,220 $2,160 $1,260
double $28,440 $13,680 $5,040 $2,610 $1,350

Indians in action:

The tournament will see India’s top badminton stars such as PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal, Kidambi Srikanth, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty in action.

Men’s draw

Thailand Open 2022: Draws, Schedule, Top Seeds, Prize Money, LIVE Streaming - Everything you need to know about the Thailand Open 2022
Thailand Open 2022: Draws, Schedule, Top Seeds, Prize Money, LIVE Streaming – Everything you need to know about the Thailand Open 2022

Men’s singles

World Championship bronze medalist Srikanth Kidambi finished eighth in the tournament. Srikanth meets his compatriot Parupalli Kashyap in the first round. The neighborhood also has another Indian in Sameer Verma. The neighborhood also has world number 1 Viktor Axelsen.

Meanwhile, India also has Sourabh Verma, who is placed in the second quarter. He meets Toma Junior Popa in the first round. HS Prannoy and Sai Praneeth find themselves in a different neighborhood. Prannoy will start his campaign at Liew Daren, while Sai Praneeth will face Cantaphon Wangchaoren in the first round.

men’s doubles

In the men’s doubles, Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy finished fourth and they are in the same quarter as Fajar Alfin and Muhammad Ardianto. The Indian pair will face Wahyu Nayaka and Ade Santoso in the first round. Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy are the other Indian couple in the same neighborhood.

Krishnaprasad Garaga and Vishnuvardhan Panjala are in a different quarter and need to qualify in the first round. In the fourth quarter, MR Arjun and Dhruv Kapila meet Chinese Taipei’s Lee-Je-huei and Yang Po-hsuan.

women’s draw

Ladies Singles

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After leading India to the quarterfinals of the Uber Cup, PV Sindhu enters the Thailand Open as the sixth seed. She meets a qualifier in the first round. Also Saina Nehwal is in the same neighborhood as PV Sindhu. Nehwal will start her campaign against Korea’s Kim Ga-eun. The other seed in this quarter is second seed Kane Yamugachi.

double draw

In women’s doubles, Treesa Jolly is set to make a comeback after missing out on the Uber Cup. She will be working with Treesa Jolly and they will face Mayu Matsumoto and Wakana Nagahara as the fifth seed in the first round. India also has Ashwini Bhat and Shikha Gautam in the same neighborhood. In the other quarter, Haritha Harinarayanan and Ashna Roy meet eighth-seeded Maiken Fruergaard and Sara Thygesen in the first round.

mixed double

India’s mixed doubles Sumeeth Reddy and Ashwini Ponnappa will kick-start their campaign against Japan’s eighth-seeded Yuki Kaneko and Misaki Matsutomo. In the same neighborhood, India also has Mohamed Raju and Anees Jamaludeen. Ishan Bhatnagar and Tanisha Crasto as well as Venkat Gaurav Prasad and Juhi Dewangan are the other Indians in the fight.

Where to watch Thailand 2022 LIVE stream?

Fans in India can watch the Thailand Open 2022 LIVE on Voot Select and also on BWF’s official YouTube channel, BWF TV.

Thailand Open 2022: Draws, Schedule, Top Seeds, Prize Money, LIVE Streaming – Everything you need to know about the Thailand Open 2022

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