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YONEX Swiss Open 2018 Broadcasters & TV Channels List

The YONEX Swiss Open which is a BWF World Tour Super 300 level tournament is kept in Switzerland every year. It was found in the year 1955 and since then it has been dropped only one in 2011 due to the Grand Prix Gold event. The 2018 event will commence from 20 February and will continue until its final session on 25 February 2018. Fans who those who want to watch the live matches on the Television are at the right place. As a complete YONEX Swiss Open 2018 Broadcasters list is available here. So go through the list and see which channel will provide the live coverage in your country.

YONEX Swiss Open 2018 Broadcasters

YONEX Swiss Open 2018 Broadcasters

The Golden Zublee of the YONEX Swiss Open will be available in each and every country. Due to the completion of 50 years, more broadcasters are added to the list to make the tournament available worldwide. Fans in India can watch the live streaming of the matches on Hotstar. While  and the  will also provide live matches in many countries.

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

2010

Men’s singles: Chen Jin
Women’s singles: Wang Shixian
Men’s doubles: Ko Sung-Hyun, Yoo Yeon-Seong
Women’s doubles: Tian Qing, Yu Yang
Mixed doubles: Lee Yong-Dae, Lee Hyo-Jung

2011

Men’s singles: Park Sung-hwan
Women’s singles: Saina Nehwal
Men’s doubles: Ko Sung-Hyun, Yoo Yeon-Seong
Women’s doubles: Ha Jung-Eun, Kim Min-jung
Mixed doubles: Joachim Fischer Nielsen, Christinna Pedersen

2012

Men’s singles: Chen Jin
Women’s singles: Saina Nehwal
Men’s doubles: Naoki Kawamae, Shoji Sato
Women’s doubles: Xia Huan, Tang Jinhua
Mixed doubles: Tontowi Ahmad, Lilyana Natsir

2013

Men’s singles: Wang Zhengming
Women’s singles: Wang Shixian
Men’s doubles: Chai Biao, Hong Wei
Women’s doubles: Jung Kyung-Eun, Kim Ha-na
Mixed doubles: Joachim Fischer Nielsen, Christinna Pedersen

2014

Men’s singles: Viktor Axelsen
Women’s singles: Wang Yihan
Men’s doubles: Chai Biao, Hong Wei
Women’s doubles: Bao Yixin, Tang Jinhua
Mixed doubles: Chris Adcock, Gabrielle Adcock

2015

Men’s singles: Srikanth Kidambi
Women’s singles: Sun Yu
Men’s doubles: Cai Yun, Lu Kai
Women’s doubles: Bao Yixin, Tang Yuanting
Mixed doubles: Lu Kai, Huang Yaqiong

2016

Men’s singles: H. S. Prannoy
Women’s singles: He Bingjiao
Men’s doubles: Kim Astrup, Anders Skaarup Rasmussen
Women’s doubles: Shizuka Matsuo, Mami Naito
Mixed doubles: Wang Yilyu, Chen Qingchen

2017

Men’s singles: Lin Dan
Women’s singles: Chen Xiaoxin
Men’s doubles: Chai Biao, Hong Wei
Women’s doubles: Chen Qingchen, Jia Yifan
Mixed doubles: Dechapol Puavaranukroh, Sapsiree Taerattanachai

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