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Swiss Open 2022 Prize Money Breakdown

The ongoing badminton tournament in Switzerland, 2022 Swiss Open is the 6th edition of the BWF World Tour. For Sponsorship reasons, it is officially regarded as Yonex Swiss Open 2022. The tournament began on 22nd March 2022 and is scheduled to have its final match on 27th March 2022. The tournament is based on the BWF point system for the BWF World Tour Super 300 event.

All the matches Swiss Open 2022 are going to be held in St. Jakobshalle at Basel, Switzerland. The tournament takes place annually since 1955 by the Swiss Badminton Federation sanctioned by Badminton World Federation. So here we have the details of the categories which will be entitled the Prize money. Check it out now.

Swiss Open 2022 Prize Money Breakdown

Since we know that Badminton is a sport of shuttle and racket, typically played by two people in a badminton court which is divided into two parts by a net. The motive of each player is to score a point in such a way that the opponent does not get a chance to defend and drop on his side of the court. Badminton is a game that requires a lot of strength and stamina.

So for this reason the organization has created a prize pool that will be given to the players for different categories. The total prize money generated this year is $180,000. Here is the breakdown of the entire Prize money for Singles and Doubles. So take a quick look.

EventWinnerFinalistSemi-finalsQuarter-finalsLast 16
Doubles $14,220$6,480$2,520$1,305$675

What is the Schedule of Swiss Open 2022 ?

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Here are the 6 days of the Swiss Open 2022 badminton competition Schedule. Have a look at the rounds mentioned.

  • First round- March 22, 23
  • Second round- March 24
  • Quarterfinals- Match 25
  • Semi-finals- March 26
  • Final – March 27

Who are the participants of the Swiss Open 2022?

Women’s Single Players. (4 withdrew themselves from the Competition.)

  • P. V. Sindhu
  • Busanan Ongbamrungphan
  • Michelle Li
  • Kirsty Gilmour

Women’s Doubles

  •  Jongkolphan Kititharakul / Rawinda Prajongjai
  •  Maiken Fruergaard / Sara Thygesen (First round)
  •  Ashwini Ponnappa / N. Sikki Reddy
  •  Gabriela Stoeva / Stefani Stoeva

Men’s Singles Players – (3 withdrew themselves from competition)

  • Anders Antonsen
  • Viktor Axelsen
  • Anthony Sinisuka Ginting
  • Jonatan Christie
  • Srikanth Kidambi

Men’s Doubles

  •  Satwiksairaj Rankireddy / Chirag Shetty
  • Mohammad Ahsan / Hendra Setiawan (First Round)
  •  Aaron Chia / Soh Wooi Yik
  •  Fajar Alfian / Muhammad Rian Ardianto
  •  Mark Lamsfuß / Marvin Seidel
  •  Goh Sze Fei / Nur Izzuddin
  •  Kim Astrup / Anders Skaarup Rasmussen
  •  Ong Yew Sin / Teo Ee Yi

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