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Macau Open Badminton 2018

30 Oct 2018 - 4 Nov 2018

The Macau Open is an annual badminton tournament that is held in Macau City. It is a part of the BWF World Tour as a Super 300 tournament. The tournament is fairly recent and the first edition was held in 2006. A year after its genesis, the Macau Open was granted the Grand Prix Gold level event status of the previous BWF tournament structure in 2007.


The tournament is hosted by the Federacao de Badminton de Macau and is sponsored by the Instituto do Desporto do Governo da RAEM. The tournament attracts competitors from all over the world and has participants from over 30 countries. It also helps in nurturing the local badminton talent in Macau.


The 2018 edition of the tournament might be held from 30th October to 4th November or from 7th November to 12th November, at the tail end of the year.


2018 Macau Open Venue


The tournament is held at the Tap Seac Multi-sports Pavilion in Sao Lazaro, Macau. The pavilion has a total area of more than 5,500 square metres while offering a capacity of over 4,000.


The Tap Seac Multi-sports Pavilion has been a venue for several games like the 2005 East Asian Games, the 2006 Lusophony Games and the 2007 Asian Indoor Games.


Prize Money


According to the previous BWF tournament structure, it had the Grand Prix Gold status which stipulates the tournament have a $120,000 prize money amount. Despite the changes in the BWF tournament structure, the Macau Open still has a prize money of the same amount.


2017 Macau Open Champions


Kento Momota is the defending men’s singles title holder while his women counterpart is Cai Yanyan of China. The men’s doubles title is held by Wahyu Nayaka Arya Pangkaryani and Ade Yusuf Santoso of Indonesia while the women’s doubles title is held by Huang Yaqiong and Yu Xiaohan of China. The mixed doubles defending champions are the Chinese duo of Zheng Siwei and Huang Yaqiong.

Macau Open Round-up: Indian campaign ends with quarter-final losses for Saina Nehwal and Sai Praneeth
Macau Open Round-up: Indian campaign ends with quarter-final losses for Saina Nehwal and Sai Praneeth
Macau Open: Saina Nehwal bows out in quarter-finals
Macau Open: Saina Nehwal bows out in quarter-finals
Macau Open Round-up: Saina Nehwal labours to victory; Sai Praneeth wins too
Macau Open Round-up: Saina Nehwal labours to victory; Sai Praneeth wins too
Macau Open Round-up: Saina Nehwal survives a scare; Parupalli Kashyap, Sai Praneeth win
Macau Open Round-up: Saina Nehwal survives a scare; Parupalli Kashyap, Sai Praneeth win
Macau Open: Sameer Verma, Parupalli Kashyap, Sai Praneeth enter second round
Macau Open: Sameer Verma, Parupalli Kashyap, Sai Praneeth enter second round
Kidambi Srikanth hopes to return at the Macau Open
Kidambi Srikanth hopes to return at the Macau Open
Macau Open Grand Prix Final: PV Sindhu beats Minatsu Mitani, makes it a hat-trick of titles
Macau Open Grand Prix Final: PV Sindhu beats Minatsu Mitani, makes it a hat-trick of titles
2015 Macau Open Grand Prix Gold: Can PV Sindhu finish 2015 on a high?
2015 Macau Open Grand Prix Gold: Can PV Sindhu finish 2015 on a high?
2015 Macau Open Grand Prix Gold: PV Sindhu through to her third straight final
2015 Macau Open Grand Prix Gold: PV Sindhu through to her third straight final
2015 Macau Open Grand Prix Gold: PV Sindhu through to the semifinals
2015 Macau Open Grand Prix Gold: PV Sindhu through to the semifinals
2015 Macau Open: All the results
2015 Macau Open: All the results
P.V. Sindhu has made India proud: Narendra Modi
P.V. Sindhu has made India proud: Narendra Modi
P.V Sindhu clinches the Macau Open title
P.V Sindhu clinches the Macau Open title
P. V. Sindhu successfully defends her Macau Open title
P. V. Sindhu successfully defends her Macau Open title
PV Sindhu enters Macau Open final, HS Prannoy ousted
PV Sindhu enters Macau Open final, HS Prannoy ousted
H. S. Prannoy bows out of Macau Open
H. S. Prannoy bows out of Macau Open
P. V. Sindhu reaches Macau Open 2014 final
P. V. Sindhu reaches Macau Open 2014 final
P.V. Sindhu and H.S. Prannoy enter semi-finals of the 2014 Macau Open
P.V. Sindhu and H.S. Prannoy enter semi-finals of the 2014 Macau Open
Shuttler P.V Sindhu enters Macau Open semis
Shuttler P.V Sindhu enters Macau Open semis
Sindhu, Prannoy in Macau Open quarters
Sindhu, Prannoy in Macau Open quarters
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