Zii Jia confirms participation in Singapore Badminton Open 2022

30/5/2022 7:40:00 PM

Zii Jia confirms participation in Singapore Badminton Open 2022

Singapore Badminton Open 2022, Lee Zii Jia

Zii Jia confirms participation in Singapore Badminton Open 2022

SINGAPORE, May 30 — Malaysia’s world No. 5 Lee Zii Jia and Indonesia’s star shuttlers Anthony Sinisuka Ginting and Jonatan Christie are part of a world-class men’s singles...

Monday, 30 May 2022 11:55 PM MYTSINGAPORE, May 30 — Malaysia’s world No. 5 Lee Zii Jia and Indonesia’s star shuttlers Anthony Sinisuka Ginting and Jonatan Christie are part of a world-class men’s singles field set to compete in the US$370,000 (RM1.6 million) Singapore Badminton Open.

The Singapore Badminton Open 2022, the largest and most prestigious badminton event in Singapore, is making its return on July 12-17 after a pandemic-enforced two-year hiatus.According to the Singapore Badminton Association (SBA), more than half of the top-ranked male players in the world have registered for the tournament, including Denmark’s world No. 1 Viktor Axelsen and world No. 3 Anders Antonsen and Singapore’s 10th-ranked Loh Kean Yew.

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Monday, 30 May 2022 11:55 PM MYT SINGAPORE, May 30 — Malaysia’s world No. 5 Lee Zii Jia and Indonesia’s star shuttlers Anthony Sinisuka Ginting and Jonatan Christie are part of a world-class men’s singles field set to compete in the US$370,000 (RM1. If he clears it, he will face the winner of an all-Indian battle between P.6 million) Singapore Badminton Open. Kashyap and Sameer Verma. The Singapore Badminton Open 2022, the largest and most prestigious badminton event in Singapore, is making its return on July 12-17 after a pandemic-enforced two-year hiatus. If he goes through, he may meet Kean Yew or Antonsen in the last eight. According to the Singapore Badminton Association (SBA), more than half of the top-ranked male players in the world have registered for the tournament, including Denmark’s world No. With a powerhouse lineup of more than 50 speakers and some 2,000 guests from government, business, and industry, the event will see robust discussion on a wide gamut of topics such as quantum computing, metaverse, and sustainability for a green digital future.

1 Viktor Axelsen and world No. Zii Jia has never won the Indonesian Open. Zii Jia has never won the Indonesian Open. 3 Anders Antonsen and Singapore’s 10th-ranked Loh Kean Yew. “Lee, in particular, will be an exciting talent to watch. On paper, the Malaysian looks to be on a roll and has overcome all the challenges thrown at him in his past three outings – the Asian Championships in Manila, Thomas Cup Finals and Thailand Open in Bangkok. The 24-year-old is in fine form, having won two titles and making two semi-finals from four events this year,” said SBA in a statement issued here today. In fact, after the win in Thailand, he moved up one rung to fifth in the world, which is his career’s best position. SBA said both Malaysia and Indonesia will also be represented by their best men’s doubles pairings. Meanwhile, Zii Jia’s training partner, Liew Daren will also be looking to make waves in the tournament.

Malaysia’s world No. 10 men’s pairing of Ong Yew Sin and Teo Ee Yi will get to test themselves against the very best in Indonesia’s world No. On current form, he should get past the opening round against Hong Kong’s 17th ranked Lee Cheuk Yiu but faces a tough task against either Thailand’s Hanoi SEA Games champion Kunlavut Vitidsarn or Taiwan’s world No. On current form, he should get past the opening round against Hong Kong’s 17th ranked Lee Cheuk Yiu but faces a tough task against either Thailand’s Hanoi SEA Games champion Kunlavut Vitidsarn or Taiwan’s world No. 1 duo of Marcus Fernaldi Gideon and Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo and world No. 3 Hendra Setiawan and Mohammad Ahsan. The other men’s singles stars, who will be vying for the crown, are Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting (No. “Gideon and Sukamuljo have yet to notch their first win of the year after the pair missed a number of tournaments following Gideon’s surgery to correct ankle issues. 6), Asian Games gold medallist Jonatan Christie (No.

After winning an impressive 11 titles in the last three years, the pair will be keen to get back to winning ways. 8) and India’s Thomas Cup winner Lakshya Sen (No. “But if there is one duo who enjoys playing at this year’s game, it is Setiawan and Ahsan. The pair are two-time winners of the tournament (2013 and 2018), with Setiawan also picking up a third win when he partnered Markis Kido in 2012,” SBA said. Despite his drop in form, Japan’s former world champion and world No. Despite his drop in form, Japan’s former world champion and world No. It noted that Indonesia is the most successful nation at the Singapore Badminton Open, winning a whopping 58 titles since 1960, followed by China (53), Malaysia (33) and Singapore (17). — Bernama Advertisement . Article type: free.