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Hong Kong Open Badminton 2019

About

Hong Kong open is an annual badminton tournament held in Hong Kong since 1982. It is organised by Hong Kong Badminton Association and it became open of the Super Series tournament in 2007.

BWF Hong Kong Open is one of the seven BWF World Tour Super 500 according to the new structure of events since 2018.


Schedule, Venue and Prize Money


The Tournament will begin from 12th November 2019 to 17th November 2019 at  Hong Kong Coliseum. The total prize money for the event is $400,000.


Hong Kong Open Past Winners and Prominent Players


Wang Chen became the first home player in 2008 to win the Hong Kong Open title. In 1982 Indian shuttler Prakash Padukone won first in Men’s Singles category, becoming the first Indian to do so. In 2010 Saina Nehwal won gold in the Women’s Singles category.


Performance by Nations


NationMSWSMDWDXDTotal
China1417421864
South Korea34115730
Indonesia5-12-421
Denmark1212410
Malaysia5-2-18
Taiwan13---4
Japan-11114
England---12(2)-
Hong Kong11---2
India11---2
Scotland-----2-2
Poland----11
Singapore---1-1
Spain-1---1
Thailand-1---1
Total3131313130*154

* = No Mixed doubles competition at 1982

( ) = Win with different partner of nations


Result for 17th September 2019


From India only Kidambi Srikanth managed to reach till the Semi Finals, after which he was defeated by LEE Cheuk Yiu.


Men's Singles

WonScoreLost
LEE Cheuk Yiu16-21, 21-10, 22-20Anthony Sinisuka GINTING


Women's Singles

WonScoreLost
CHEN Yu Fei21-18, 13-21, 21-13Ratchanok INTANON


A look at all the finals that PV Sindhu reached in 2017
A look at all the finals that PV Sindhu reached in 2017

A look at all the finals that PV Sindhu reached in 2017

Hong Kong Open 2017: Why did PV Sindhu falter against the wily Tai Tzu Ying yet again?
Hong Kong Open 2017: Why did PV Sindhu falter against the wily Tai Tzu Ying yet again?

Hong Kong Open 2017: Why did PV Sindhu falter against the wily Tai Tzu Ying yet again?

PV Sindhu equals Saina Nehwal in most Superseries finals played by Indian women's singles shuttler
PV Sindhu equals Saina Nehwal in most Superseries finals played by Indian women's singles shuttler

PV Sindhu equals Saina Nehwal in most Superseries finals played by Indian women's singles shuttler

Hong Kong Open 2017: PV Sindhu vs Tai Tzu Ying final - preview, start time, telecast and livestream information
Hong Kong Open 2017: PV Sindhu vs Tai Tzu Ying final - preview, start time, telecast and livestream information

Hong Kong Open 2017: PV Sindhu vs Tai Tzu Ying final - preview, start time, telecast and livestream information

Hong Kong Open: PV Sindhu enters quarter-finals; Saina Nehwal, HS Prannoy exit
Hong Kong Open: PV Sindhu enters quarter-finals; Saina Nehwal, HS Prannoy exit

Hong Kong Open: PV Sindhu enters quarter-finals; Saina Nehwal, HS Prannoy exit

How HS Prannoy can qualify for the 2017 Dubai World Superseries Finals
How HS Prannoy can qualify for the 2017 Dubai World Superseries Finals

How HS Prannoy can qualify for the 2017 Dubai World Superseries Finals

Hong Kong Open 2017: Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu and HS Prannoy enter second round
Hong Kong Open 2017: Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu and HS Prannoy enter second round

Hong Kong Open 2017: Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu and HS Prannoy enter second round

Hong Kong Open 2017: Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu handed tough draws
Hong Kong Open 2017: Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu handed tough draws

Hong Kong Open 2017: Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu handed tough draws

Hong Kong Open 2017: Parupalli Kashyap qualifies for main draw, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy-Ashwini Ponnappa exit
Hong Kong Open 2017: Parupalli Kashyap qualifies for main draw, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy-Ashwini Ponnappa exit

Hong Kong Open 2017: Parupalli Kashyap qualifies for main draw, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy-Ashwini Ponnappa exit

Uphill task for Saina Nehwal for Dubai World Superseries Finals qualification
Uphill task for Saina Nehwal for Dubai World Superseries Finals qualification

Uphill task for Saina Nehwal for Dubai World Superseries Finals qualification

Hong Kong Open 2017: Six top Indian shuttlers pull out
Hong Kong Open 2017: Six top Indian shuttlers pull out

Hong Kong Open 2017: Six top Indian shuttlers pull out

India's badminton stars stuck at Hong Kong airport immigration for over eight hours
India's badminton stars stuck at Hong Kong airport immigration for over eight hours

India's badminton stars stuck at Hong Kong airport immigration for over eight hours

Srikanth Kidambi pulls out of Hong Kong Open
Srikanth Kidambi pulls out of Hong Kong Open

Srikanth Kidambi pulls out of Hong Kong Open

Kidambi Srikanth set to miss Hong Kong Open Superseries
Kidambi Srikanth set to miss Hong Kong Open Superseries

Kidambi Srikanth set to miss Hong Kong Open Superseries

Chief national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand achieves rare feat
Chief national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand achieves rare feat

Chief national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand achieves rare feat

Hong Kong Open: Sameer Verma goes down fighting to World No.14 NG Ka Long Angus in the final
Hong Kong Open: Sameer Verma goes down fighting to World No.14 NG Ka Long Angus in the final

Hong Kong Open: Sameer Verma goes down fighting to World No.14 NG Ka Long Angus in the final

India's Sameer Verma announced as an Indonesian in the Hong Kong Open final
India's Sameer Verma announced as an Indonesian in the Hong Kong Open final

India's Sameer Verma announced as an Indonesian in the Hong Kong Open final

Hong Kong Open: PV Sindhu loses the final to World No.3 Tai Tzu Ying
Hong Kong Open: PV Sindhu loses the final to World No.3 Tai Tzu Ying

Hong Kong Open: PV Sindhu loses the final to World No.3 Tai Tzu Ying

Hong Kong Open: Double delight for India as PV Sindhu and Sameer Verma enter the final
Hong Kong Open: Double delight for India as PV Sindhu and Sameer Verma enter the final

Hong Kong Open: Double delight for India as PV Sindhu and Sameer Verma enter the final

One is heavily criticised in India if one doesn't keep winning, feels Saina Nehwal
One is heavily criticised in India if one doesn't keep winning, feels Saina Nehwal

One is heavily criticised in India if one doesn't keep winning, feels Saina Nehwal

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