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The BWF world tour is the pinnacle of the top global competition for professional players. Characterized by five levels of tournaments across the globe ending with the world tour finals. Find updates, details, and world tour reports here.

No streaming World Junior Badminton Championships
Streaming from the World Junior Championships 2023 is apparently not a BWF priority. As a result coaches, parents and family members, teammates, and others with an interest in following the proceedings, will have to settle...
badminton country ranking top 10
Who are the top badminton countries in 2023 and beyond? The official BWF country ranking for badminton is a good indication of which countries are doing best overall. Check below to see where your...
Pitchamon Opatniputh Thailand badminton player
Thailand's next female badminton star in the making is Pitchamon Opatniputh. Born in 2007, she has already achieved remarkable results in senior tournaments. Similar to Thailand's former women's singles former World Champion, Ratchanok Intanon, Pitchamon...
Malaysia Open 2023 badminton tournament
Malaysia Open 2023 - sponsored by Petronas - is the first BWF World Tour Super 1000 tournament of 2023. It takes place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia between 10-15 January 2023. See the history of the...
European Mixed Team Badminton Championships
Stay updated on the Mixed Team Championships - subscribe The European Mixed Team Badminton Championships is held every two years. It is organized by Badminton Europe. The competition has become an interesting championship to watch. The...
Badminton world tour calendar 2023
The BWF World Tour Calendar consists of 31 tournaments in 2023 (see the complete calendar of events below). The badminton world tour calendar scheduled tournaments involves these Super Series events: 5 Super 1000 tournaments 6 Super 750...
Kodai Naraoka vs. Viktor Axelsen men's singles badminton
Kodai Naraoka - one of the players to watch from Japan - was very close to winning over Viktor Axelsen, the current world number 1. It happened in the semifinals at the World Tour Finals...