The fifth season of the YONEX Swiss Open badminton tournament will commence from 20 February 2018. It is set to take place at St. Jakobshalle in Basel, Switzerland. The tournament is at the Super 300 level and the officials have decided to distribute USD 150,000 as the prize money. So the matches will be available in more countries and the official Youtube channel of BWF will provide YONEX Swiss Open 2018 Live Streaming. The winners in each Singles game will get $11,250 and the Doubles will get $11,850. It is going to be huge this time as it is going to complete its fifth year.
YONEX Swiss Open 2018 Live Streaming
The 2018 Swiss Open is near to start which is one of the most popular badminton tournament worldwide. Players from around the world participate in it every year. Fans in the host country can watch the live matches on their TV channel be switching to Teleclub channel. While fans from around the world can get the Live Streaming of the event on and on the Official Website .
India: Star Sports
TV Portugal- Sport
Switzerland, Lichtenstein- Teleclub
Rajiv Ouseph, Sameer Verma, Ygor Coelho de Oliveira, Suppanyu Avihingsanon, Mark Caljouw, Emil Holst, Rasmus Gemke, Lee Zii Jia.
Sayaka Takahashi, Minatsu Mitani, Mia Blichfeldt, Evgeniya Kosetskaya, Beatriz Corrales, Linda Zechiri, Line Kjærsfeldt, Natalia Koch Rohde.
Mathias Boe / Carsten Mogensen, Mathias Christiansen / David Daugaard, Marcus Ellis / Chris Langridge, Josche Zurwonne / Jones Ralfy Jansen, Manu Attri / B. Sumeeth Reddy, Peter Briggs / Tom Wolfenden, Jacco Arends / Ruben Jille, Mark Lamsfuß / Marvin Emil Seidel.
Gabriela Stoeva / Stefani Stoeva, Olga Morozova / Anastasia Chervyakova, Sara Thygesen / Maiken Fruergaard, Misato Aratama / Akane Watanabe.
Mark Lamsfuß / Isabel Herttrich, Ronan Labar / Audrey Fontaine, Sam Magee / Chloe Magee, Marvin Emil Seidel / Linda Efler, Jacco Arends / Selena Piek, Ben Lane / Jessica Pugh, Marcus Ellis / Lauren Smith, Mikkel Mikkelsen / Mai Surrow.