Hylo Open Badminton 2022 LIVE: The BWF Tour is all set to move to Germany as the Hylo Open will kickstart from…
Hylo Open Badminton 2022 LIVE: The BWF Tour is all set to move to Germany as the Hylo Open will kickstart from 1st November 2022, Monday. It will be the 19th tournament of the season and the Super 300 tournament is set to feature top players like Chinese Taipei’s Chou Tien-chen, Former World No.1 Carolina Marin and Singapore’s Loh Kean Yew. From India, Lakshya Sen, Kidambi Srikanth, HS Prannoy, Saina Nehwal will all be in action in the tournament. Follow Japan Open 2022 LIVE updates on InsideSport.IN
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Men’s singles – Loh Kean Yew – Singapore
Women’s singles – Busanan Ongbamrungphan – Thailand
Men’s doubles – Marcus Gideon / Kevin Sukamuljo – Indonesia
Women’s doubles – Chisato Hoshi / Aoi Matsuda – Japan
Mixed doubles – Dechapol Puavaranukroh / Sapisree Taerattanachai – Thailand
Hylo Open 2022 Schedule
1st round– November 1, 2
2nd round– November 3
Quarter-final– November 4
Semi-final– November 5
Final – November 6
Hylo Open 2022 Prize Money
- Anders Antonsen – Denmark (Withdrew)
- Lee Zii Jia – Malaysia (Withdrew)
- Chou Tien Chen – Chinese Taipei
- Loh Kean Yew – Singapore
- Anthony Inisuka Ginting – Indonesia
- Jonathan Christie – Indonesia
- Lakshya Sen – India
- Kunlavut Vitidsarn – Thailand
- Carolina Marin – Spain
- Pornpawee Chochuwong – Thailand
- Nozomi Okuhara – Japan
- Busanan Ongbamrungphan – Thailand
- Michelle Li – Canada (Withdrew)
- Mia Blichfeldt – Denmark
- Kirsty Gilmour – Scotland
- Line Christophersen – Denmark
- Takuro Hoki / Yugo Kobayashi – Japan
- Kim Astrup / Anders Skaarup Rasmussen – Denmark
- Satwiksairaj Rankireddy / Chirag Shetty – India
- Goh Sze Fei / Nur Izzuddin
- Mark Lamfuss / Marvin Seidel
- Liang Weikeng / Wang Chang – China
- Ben Lane / Sean Vendy – England
- Muhammad Shohibul Fikri / Bagas Maulana – Indonesia
- Jongkolphan Kititharakul / Rawinda Prajongjai – Thailand
- Gabriela Stoeva/ Stefani Stoeva – Bulgaria
- Pearly Tan / Thinaah Muralitharan – Malaysia
- Zhang Shuxian / Zheng Yu – China
- Du Yue / Li Wenmei – China
- Chloe Birch / Lauren Smith – England
- Maiken Fruergaard / Sara Thygesen – Denmark
- Benyapa Aimsaard / Nuntakarn Aimsaard – Thailand
- Yuta Watanabe / Arisa Higashino – Japan
- Thom Giquel / Delphine Delrue – France
- Mark Lamfuss / Isabel Lohau – Germany
- Tan Kian Meng / Lai Pei Jing – Malaysia
- Mathias Christiansen / Alexandra Boje – Denmark
- Goh Soon Huat / Shevon Jemie Lai – Malaysia
- Rinov Rivaldy / Pitha Haningtyas Mentari – Indonesia
- Robin Tabeling / Selena Piek – Netherlands
Indians in action
India’s No.1 singles player Lakshya Sen is the only seeded player in singles. The World No.8 is the seventh seed in the tournament. Apart from him, the Men’s singles will also have HS Prannoy, Kidambi Srikanth and Sameer Verma. In the Women’s Singles, Saina Nehwal, Aakarshi Kashyap and Malvika Bansod are part of the draws. World No.7 PV Sindhu misses out as she is still recuperating from an ankle injury.
Men’s doubles pair Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty are the third seed in this tournament. India will also have participation from MR Arjun and Dhruv Kapila, Krishnaprasad Garaga and Vishnuvardhan Panjala and also Ishaan Bhatnagar and Sai Pratheek.
In Women’s Doubles, Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand are the lead Indian pair. There are also three more India pairs who will be in action in the tournament. They are Rutiparna Panda and Swetaparna Panda, Tanisha Crasto and Shruti Mishra and Simran Singhi and Ritika Thaker. In the Mixed Doubles, Ishaan Bhatnagar and Tanisha Crasto are the only pair from the country.
In the men’s singles,Lakshya Sen is the seventh seed and he is in the first quarter of the draws. He begins the campaign by facing Hong Kong’s Angus Ng Ka Long in the first round. Lakshya is placed in an easy quarter as he is the only seeded player in it following the withdrawal of Viktor Axelsen.
HS Prannoy is in the second quarter of the draw and he begins his campaign by facing Indonesia’s Shesar Rhustavito in the first round. He is likely to face defending champion and fourth seed Loh Kean Yew in the second round . The other seeded pair in this quarter in Indonesia’s fifth seed Anthony Ginting.
Meanwhile, Srikanth Kidambi and Sameer Verma are placed in the same quarter. Srikanth will be facing China’s Lu Guangzu in the first round. While Sameer Verma faces a big challenge from sixth seed Jonatan Christie in the first round. Apart from Christie there are no seeded players in this quarter.
Unseeded Saina Nehwal will face a tough challenge in the first round as she will be up against fourth seed Busana Ongbamrungphan. Ongbamrungphan is the top seed in the quarter and Nehwal needs to be at top-notch form to surpass her and enter the second round.
Meanwhile, Aakarshi Kashyap too finds herself in the same quarter and begins her campaign by facing France’s Leonice Huet. If Kashyap manages to reach the second round, she will face the winner between sixth seed Mia Blichfeldt and Line Kjaersfeldt.
Malvika Bansod is the other remaining Indian in the Women’s Singles draw and she is set to begin her campaign by facing Spain’s Clara Azurmendi in the first round. The top seed in this quarter is Thailand’s Pornpawee Chochuwong and Bansod is likely to meet her only in the quarterfinal. If Bansod wins the first round, her immediate challenge is likely to be against seventh seed Kirsty Gilmour.
Fresh after winning the French Open title, India’s Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty will enter the tournament as the third seed and they will face Chinese Taipei’s Lee Yang and Lu Chen in the first round. Apart from the Indian pair, the only other seeded pair in this quarter is England’s Ben Lane and Sean Vendy. Both the pairs might be facing each other in the quarterfinal.
India’s MR Arjun and Dhruv Kapila will be facing Malaysia’s Goh Sze Fei and Nur Izzuddin, who are the fourth seed in the first round of the tournament.
Krishnaprasad Garaga and Vishnuvardhan Goud Panjala will be facing fellow compatriots Ishaan Bhatnagar and Sai Pratheek in the first round of the tournament. The winner of this contest are likely to set up clash with Denmark’s second seeded Kim Astrup and Anders Rasmussen.
In the Women’s Doubles, the Panda Sisters – Rutuparna and Swetaparna will take on their compatriots Tanisha Crasto and Shruti Mishra. The winners of this tie are likely to set up clash with sixth seed Chloe Birch and Lauren Smith in the second round. The English duo face Ireland’s Kate Frost and Moya Ryan in the first round.
Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand are in the third quarter of the draws and they will be up against Germany’s unseeded Linda Efler and Isabel Lohau in the first round. Malaysia’s Pearly Tan and Thinaah Muralitharan, who are the third seed are likely to face the Indian duo in the second round. The Malaysians begin the campaign by facing Debora Jillie and Cheryl Seinen in the first round.
India’s Simran Singhi and Ritika Thaker are the only other pair from the country in the Women’s Doubles and they begin the campaign by facing Vivian Hoo and Lim Chiew Sien in the first round.
In the Mixed Doubles, Ishaan Bhatnagar and Tanisha Crasto will begin their campaign by facing China’s Feng Yanzhe and Huang Dongping. Meanwhile, the second Indian pair in the draw, Sai Pratheek and Ashwini Ponnappa will face a tough challenge from second seeded pair Thom Gicquel and Delphine Delrue in the first round.
How do I watch the live streaming of Hylo Open 2022?
Hylo Open 2022 will be telecasted on the VOOT Select app and website.
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