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US Open Badminton 2023: Schedule, Players, Prize Pool, Where to Watch- All Details

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Despite the absence of several top-ranked players from US Open badminton 2023, Indian fans will be keeping a close eye on the action as PV Sindhu and Lakshya Sen attempt to maintain their outstanding form.

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Indian contingent will be headed by two-time Olympic winner PV Sindhu and 2022 Commonwealth Games gold champion Lakshya Sen at the 2023 US Open. This will be held in Council Bluffs from July 11th to July 16th. Despite falling to 15th in the current BWF worldwide rankings, PV Sindhu shown her determination by entering the Canada Open semi-finals. Sindhu’s US Open campaign will start with a first-round match against the winner of the Qualifier.

In the meantime, third-seed Lakshya Sen will be looking to maintain his excellent run, which witnessed him claim the 2023 Canada Open by beating Li Shi Feng in the final. Sen will begin his pursuit for the US Open championship against Kalle Koljonen.

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PV Sindhu and Lakshya Sen
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Parupalli Kashyap, on the other hand, will open his campaign in the Qualifiers round against French shuttler Lucas Claerbout, hoping to be selected for the main draw.

Squads

Men’s Singles

  • Thailand Kunlavut Vitidsarn
  • China Li Shifeng
  • India Lakshya Sen
  • Chinese Taipei Lin Chun-yi
  • China Weng Hongyang
  • Canada Brian Yang
  • Thailand Kantaphon Wangcharoen
  • Republic of Ireland Nhat Nguyen

Women’s Singles

  • Thailand Ratchanok Intanon
  • Thailand Busanan Ongbamrungphan
  • India P. V. Sindhu
  • United States Beiwen Zhang
  • Chinese Taipei Hsu Wen-chi
  • Thailand Supanida Katethong
  • Vietnam Nguyễn Thùy Linh
  • Denmark Line Christophersen

Men’s Doubles

  • Chinese Taipei Su Ching-heng / Ye Hong-wei
  • France Lucas Corvée / Ronan Labar
  • Malaysia Goh Sze Fei / Nur Izzuddin
  • Chinese Taipei Chang Ko-chi / Po Li-wei
  • China Chen Boyang / Liu Yi
  • India Krishna Prasad Garaga / Vishnuvardhan Goud Panjala
  • Chinese Taipei Lee Fang-chih / Lee Fang-jen
  • Denmark Rasmus Kjær / Frederik Søgaard

Women’s Doubles

  • Denmark Maiken Fruergaard / Sara Thygesen
  • Chinese Taipei Lee Chia-hsin / Teng Chun-hsun
  • France Margot Lambert / Anne Tran
  • Chinese Taipei Hsu Ya-ching / Lin Wan-ching
  • China Liu Shengshu / Tan Ning
  • Canada Catherine Choi / Josephine Wu
  • Chinese Taipei Chang Ching-hui / Yang Ching-tun
  • United States Annie Xu / Kerry Xu

Mixed Doubles

  • Chinese Taipei Ye Hong-wei / Lee Chia-hsin
  • Chinese Taipei Chang Ko-chi / Lee Chih-chen
  • Denmark Mathias Thyrri / Amalie Magelund
  • Chinese Taipei Yang Po-hsuan / Hu Ling-fang
  • United States Vinson Chiu / Jennie Gai
  • Canada Ty Alexander Lindeman / Josephine Wu
  • Thailand Ruttanapak Oupthong / Jhenicha Sudjaipraparat
  • Brazil Fabrício Farias / Jaqueline Lima


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US Open 2023: Schedule

  • 11th & 12th July: Qualifiers & First-Round (from 08:30 PM GMT)
  • July 13: Round-of-16
  • 14th July: Quarter-Finals
  • July 15: Semi-Finals
  • 16th July: Finals

US Open 2023: Distribution of Prize Money

The overall prize fund for the 2023 US Open will be $210,000 because of its position as a renowned BWF World Tour Super 300 tournament. In the meantime, the winner of each singles division will get $15,750, while the winner of each doubles division will be awarded $16,590. In addition, each losing candidate will get $7,980 in compensation for their efforts. However, the competition’s first-round losers will have to go back home empty-handed.

Event
Winner
Finals
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

US Open 2023: Where to Watch

  • Although games from the 2023 US Open will be aired live on the Badminton World Federation’s owned YouTube page as BWF TV, no Indian television outlets will give live coverage for curious Indian spectators.

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