no comments

YONEX All England Open 2018 Broadcasters Worldwide & TV Channels List

The 2018 edition of the YONEX All England Open is starting from 14 March 2018. George Alan Thomas from England is the most successful player of the tournament who has won 21 titles. This season will feature some of the best players in the game. So it means that each and every match will be worth watching. Also, you can watch the complete tournament on the ground by buying tickets or go through the list of Broadcasters available below. Along with the live matches on television the YONEX All England Open 2018 Broadcasters will provide live streaming of each game on their official streaming portal. Also, you can watch all the matches on the BWF official or on their channels.

YONEX All England Open 2018 Broadcasters

YONEX All England Open 2018 Broadcasters

As this is the oldest and one of the most popular Badminton tournament in the world. It will be available on both television and on the internet. The official broadcasters who will provide the live telecast of all the matches on the television worldwide are available here. So watch all the matches of YONEX All England Open on Star Sports channels if you live in India.

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

2010

Men’s Singles: Lee Chong Wei
Women’s Singles: Tine Rasmussen
Men’s Doubles: Lars Paaske, Jonas Rasmussen
Women’s Doubles: Du Jing, Yu Yang
Mixed Doubles: Zhang Nan, Zhao Yunlei

2011

Men’s Singles: Lee Chong Wei
Women’s Singles: Wang Shixian
Men’s Doubles: Mathias Boe, Carsten Mogensen
Women’s Doubles: Wang Xiaoli, Yu Yang
Mixed Doubles: Xu Chen, Ma Jin

2012

Men’s Singles: Lin Dan
Women’s Singles: Li Xuerui
Men’s Doubles: Jung Jae-sung, Lee Yong-Dae
Women’s Doubles: Tian Qing, Zhao Yunlei
Mixed Doubles: Tontowi Ahmad, Liliyana Natsir

2013

Men’s Singles: Chen Long
Women’s Singles: Tine Baun
Men’s Doubles: Liu Xiaolong, Qiu Zihan
Women’s Doubles: Wang Xiaoli, Yu Yang
Mixed Doubles: Tontowi Ahmad, Liliyana Natsir

2014

Men’s Singles: Lee Chong Wei
Women’s Singles: Wang Shixian
Men’s Doubles: Mohammad Ahsan, Hendra Setiawan
Women’s Doubles: Wang Xiaoli, Yu Yang
Mixed Doubles: Tontowi Ahmad, Liliyana Natsir

2015

Men’s Singles: Chen Long
Women’s Singles: Carolina MarĂ­n
Men’s Doubles: Mathias Boe, Carsten Mogensen
Women’s Doubles: Bao Yixin, Tang Yuanting
Mixed Doubles: Zhang Nan, Zhao Yunlei

2016

Men’s Singles: Lin Dan
Women’s Singles: Nozomi Okuhara
Men’s Doubles: Vladimir Ivanov, Ivan Sozonov
Women’s Doubles: Misaki Matsutomo, Ayaka Takahashi
Mixed Doubles: Praveen Jordan, Debby Susanto

2017

Men’s Singles: Lee Chong Wei
Women’s Singles: Tai Tzu-Ying
Men’s Doubles: Marcus Fernaldi Gideon, Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo
Women’s Doubles: Chang Ye-Na, Lee So-hee
Mixed Doubles: Lu Kai, Huang Yaqiong

Leave a Reply

1