Badminton, BWF World Tour Finals 2022: Results & live scores and updates

badmintonGrand season finale 2022 BWF World Tour Finals In progress in Bangkok, Thailand.

Group action featuring the tour’s top eight players/pairs in five tour events Men’s singles, Women’s singles, Men’s doubles, Women’s doublesAnd Double mixed It will be held at Nimibutr Arena on Wednesday, December 7, 2022.

Our daily preview and order of play can be found here. will live update During the day from the capital of Thailand, below you can live again.

All times are under Thai Standard Time (UTC/GMT +7 hours). Latest updates above.

22:37 – Zheng Si Wei/Huang Yi Cheong dominate to end day one

In the last match yesterday, the Olympic and World Championship mixed doubles silver medalists started the tour final strongly and won in 25 minutes (21-8, 21-9).

And with that, signature from Bangkok.

22:10 – Aaron Chia/Soh Wooi Yik slips

Malaysia’s first ever World or Olympic gold medalists lost 21-12, 21-15 to the Babas. Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setivan without arguing too much

“We tried our best today. Today we tried to attack from the front first. It’s a little windy here,” Setyavan said with a big smile.

21:21 – Naraoka Kodai, Hoki/Kobayashi make it 3-0 for Japan.

After Yamaguchi’s lead, Naraoka became the first player on tour to lose in the final HS Prannoy in three (21-12, 9-21, 21-17) for his first win while Hoki Takuro/Kobayashi Yugo He left Malaysia Ong Yew Sin/Teo Yee 21-19, 21-16 in men’s doubles.

Naraoka faces a final test in Axelsen on Thursday when it takes on Indonesian doubles “Hockey Cuba”. Fajr Elfian/Mohammed Ryan Ardianto.

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Anthony Sinisuka Ginting got the better of his friend and compatriot Jonathan Christie on this day.
Anthony Sinisuka Ginting got the better of his friend and compatriot Jonathan Christie on this day.

19:00 – “Big ax” too much for Lu Guangzu

The BWF Men’s Player of the Year showed why he deserved the honor, hammering Low 21-13, 21-11.

Low went close at 6-6 in the first game, but from then on, Axelsen cruised and never trailed for a clinical victory in 39 minutes. In the second set, the Olympic and world champion led 6-0 and opened a 16-5 lead at one point.

Axelsen plays the Japanese role Naraoka Kodai Thursday.

Loving it: Loh Kean Yew scored a strong win over tenacious Chu Tin Chen to kick off his Tour Finals campaign.
Loving it: Loh Kean Yew scored a strong win over tenacious Chu Tin Chen to kick off his Tour Finals campaign.

18:43 – Yamaguchi “happy” in W

I always thought the first game was important, so I’m happy to win today.

The thrust here is really different depending on which end you are on. I wanted to make sure I cut down on mistakes, to be as accurate as possible.”

18:26 – Loh on first win in Bangkok: “So far so good”

“I’m definitely happy to be in the winning team. I think we’re all trying to adapt to the conditions of the first match of the tournament. Even during practice it was very difficult.”

Whether it’s in the group stage or not, I think every win is important.

“So far so good”.

It was Loh’s first win over Chu since the HYLO Open in November 2021.

17:49 – Loh Kean Yew cuts CTC

The 2021 world champion from Singapore remains strong to cross steel Chu Tin Chen 21-15, 21-17.

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Lue went 3-3 in the first game and never trailed the rest of the way against the Chinese Taipei veteran.

17:03 – Yamaguchi Akane wins her opener

Japan, the world champion, was defeated An Siong 21-18, 21-16.

The world No. 1 is now 10-5 for his career against the 20-year-old from Korea Republic. Yamaguchi scored the last four points in 42 minutes and will play Chen on Thursday.

15:44 – Anthony Sinisuka Ginting roars over Jonathan Christie

In a tight all-Indonesian clash, Ginting comes from behind to close out the match 6-21, 21-10, 21-9.

Ginting had to say: “Christy was playing really well in the beginning but in the second and third game I tried to manage it well. I tried to stay calm and not rush. I think that was the key to today’s game.

We both know our type of game. I think because of the terrain conditions today – the drift was especially fast on the far side.

“I think everything is going well. Christie is not an easy opponent. He knows my weakness but I am happy with my performance today.”

15:30 – Chen on Tonjong: “He played very well”

“Today being the first day, I couldn’t play the way I wanted to. I couldn’t control the shuttle during the game and because of that I couldn’t control the opponent.

He played very well today.

On Thursday, Chen will face off Akane Yamaguchi In the second leg of the World Championship final this summer.

15:22 – Tonjong beat Chen

“Chen Yufei was obviously not good in the first game. So I just tried to push him. I didn’t want to think too much about the result. I just wanted to give my best performance.”

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“It’s not a big win for me – yet. I still have two more matches, including one against Akane Yamaguchi. So I want to focus on tomorrow’s match.”

15:02 – Chen Yu Fei is stunned by Gregoria Mariska Tunjung

The reigning Olympic champion and World Championship runner-up was beaten by the Indonesian in his first Group A match, losing 16-21, 21-14, 9-21.

It was Chen’s first loss to Tonjong since the 2017 Indonesia Open.

14:07 – He Bingjiao tops Tai Tzu Ying

Earlier in the first singles match of the day He Bing Jiao defeated Tai Tzu Ying 21-19, 21-19 in Women’s Group A.

This is what he said after the victory:

I had a big lead (in the second game). I don’t usually have a huge lead against Ty.

They had to go the distance, but Chen/Jia did the job.
They had to go the distance, but Chen/Jia did the job.
Pure joy for Dechapol Puavaranukroh and Sapsiree Taerattanachai.
Pure joy for Dechapol Puavaranukroh and Sapsiree Taerattanachai.

13:18 – Chen/Jia, Puavaranukroh/Taerattanachai take things up a notch

Here are our first winners of the day Dechapol Pavaranokruh/Sapisree Taerattanachai (6-21, 25-23) which captured an all-Thai affair Supak Republic/Sopisara Pausampran In group B mixed doubles.

And in another clash of compatriots, this one from the Republic of China, the world champion Chen Ching Chen/Jia Yi Fan He won three games (21-18, 17-21, 21-14). Zhang Su Xian/Zheng Yu In group B women’s doubles.

11:00 – Sawasdee from Bangkok!

The action has begun at Nimibutr Arena.


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