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YONEX India Open Broadcasters, TV Channels & Live Matches

The 11th season of the YONEX India Open will commence from 30 January 2018. Best Badminton players from around the world are taking part in the tournament. It is taking place at the Siri Fort Indoor Stadium in New Delhi. So fans of Badminton get ready to watch the exciting matches of your favorite players. Watch all the matches on your television at the India Open 2018 Broadcasters list. To watch live matches on the internet in India fans can visit the Hotstar website or their official smartphone application.

YONEX India Open 2018 Broadcasters

India Open 2018 Broadcasters

The Yonex India Open is one of the biggest badminton tournament since 2008. It is followed by millions of fans worldwide and the fan following is increasing rapidly. In Spain, the viewers can get the live streaming of all the games on Sogecable. Also, fans from Indonesia can watch the same tournament on Indovision channel.

Here is the list of India Open 2018 Broadcasters who will provide the live coverage of all the matches in the tournament.

2017

Men’s singles: Viktor Axelsen
Women’s singles: P. V. Sindhu
Men’s doubles: Marcus Fernaldi Gideon, Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo
Women’s doubles: Shiho Tanaka, Koharu Yonemoto
Mixed doubles: Lu Kai, Huang Yaqiong

2016

Men’s singles: Kento Momota
Women’s singles: Ratchanok Intanon
Men’s doubles: Fernaldi Gideon, Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo
Women’s doubles: Misaki Matsutomo, Ayaka Takahashi
Mixed doubles: Lu Kai, Huang Yaqiong

2015

Men’s singles: Srikanth Kidambi
Women’s singles: Saina Nehwal
Men’s doubles: Chai Biao, Hong Wei
Women’s doubles: Misaki Matsutomo, Ayaka Takahashi
Mixed doubles: Liu Cheng, Bao Yixin

Yonex India Open Broadcasters List

India: Star Sports
Singapore- Starhub
Brazil- Globosat
Spain- Sogecable
TV Portugal- Sport
Vietnam- VTVCab
Malaysia: Astro Supersport
Singapore: Star Hub channels
Portugal- Sport TV
China: TV: CCTV 5+
Live India: Hotstar
Thailand- TrueVisions
Indonesia- Indovision
Taiwan- Sportcast Tennis Channel
Switzerland, Lichtenstein- Teleclub
Albania, Kosovo- Supersport
Hong Kong- NOW TV (PCCW)
Switzerland, Canton Ticino- SRG
USA- Tennis Channel, ESPN3.com
The United Kingdom- BSkyB (Sky Sports)
Bulgaria- TV+ (Bulsatcom)
Canada- CBC, Rogers Sportsnet
Singapore: TV: Star Hub
Italy, San Marino, Vatican City, Canton Ticino- Sky Italia

The winners of the India Open since 2008

2014

Men’s singles: Lee Chong Wei
Women’s singles: Wang Shixian
Men’s doubles: Mathias Boe, Carsten Mogensen
Women’s doubles: Tang Yuanting, Yu Yang
Mixed doubles: Joachim Fischer Nielsen, Christinna Pedersen

2013

Men’s singles: Lee Chong Wei
Women’s singles: Ratchanok Intanon
Men’s doubles: Liu Xiaolong, Qiu Zihan
Women’s doubles: Miyuki Maeda, Satoko Suetsuna
Mixed doubles: Tontowi Ahmad, Liliyana Natsir

2012

Men’s singles: Son Wan-ho
Women’s singles: Li Xuerui
Men’s doubles: Bodin Issara, Maneepong Jongjit
Women’s doubles: Jung Kyung-Eun, Kim Ha-na
Mixed doubles: Tontowi Ahmad, Liliyana Natsir

2011

Men’s singles: Lee Chong Wei
Women’s singles: Porntip Buranaprasertsuk
Men’s doubles: Hirokatsu Hashimoto, Noriyasu Hirata
Women’s doubles: Miyuki Maeda. Satoko Suetsuna
Mixed doubles: Tontowi Ahmad, Liliyana Natsir

2010

Men’s singles: Alamsyah Yunus
Women’s singles: Saina Nehwal
Men’s doubles: Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif, Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari
Women’s doubles: Shinta Mulia Sari, Yao Lei
Mixed doubles: Valiyaveetil Diju, Jwala Gutta

2009

Men’s singles: Taufik Hidayat
Women’s singles: Pi Hongyan
Men’s doubles: Choong Tan Fook, Lee Wan Wah
Women’s doubles: Ma Jin, Wang Xiaoli
Mixed doubles: Flandy Limpele, Vita Marissa

2008

Men’s singles: Boonsak Ponsana
Women’s singles: Zhou Mi
Men’s doubles: Guo Zhendong, Xie Zhongbo
Women’s doubles: Chien Yu-chin, Cheng Wen-Hsing
Mixed doubles: He Hanbin, Yu Yang

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