|09||SUI||YONEX Swiss Open 2021 (New Dates)|
|10||GER||YONEX German Junior 2021 (Cancelled)|
|11||MDV||Maldives Badminton International Challenge 2021 (Cancelled)|
|11||ENG||YONEX All England Open Badminton Championships 2021|
|11||CUB||XXI Giraldilla 2021(Cancelled)|
Besides, what are the international badminton tournaments?
These are the major and most prestigious badminton tournaments in the world:
- BWF Thomas Cup. …
- BWF Uber Cup. …
- BWF Sudirman Cup. …
- BWF World Championship. …
- BWF World Juniors Championship. …
- World Grand Prix Finals.
Keeping this in view, what is the biggest badminton tournament?
What is Super 500 in badminton?
The 26 tournaments are divided into five levels – Super 1000 (three tournaments), Super 750 (five tournaments), Super 500 (seven tournaments) and Super 300 (eleven tournaments). Each of these tournaments offers different ranking points and prize money.
BWF World Rankings
|RANK||COUNTRY / TERRITORY||PLAYER|
|4||TPE||CHOU Tien Chen|
The original name of badminton is Poona, which comes from a city of the same name in India where badminton was popular among British military officers. The name and rules for Poona were first known to be made in 1873.
Whilst badminton is a minority sport in the US it is widely played in Britain, Denmark, Sweden, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Korea and several other countries. Britain alone has 4 million players, about 8% of the population. As a spectator sport it is very popular in the far east.
Level 2: BWF World Tour Super 1000 (3 tournaments) Level 3: BWF World Tour Super 750 (5 tournaments) Level 4: BWF World Tour Super 500 (7 tournaments) Level 5: BWF World Tour Super 300 (11 tournaments)
With laws of badminton dictating specific rules for service in badminton, the court has two service lines, the short service line, which is 1.98m (6.5 ft) from the net, and long service line 0.76m (2.5ft) in from the baseline, specifically marked for this purpose.
Badminton is governed by the International Badminton Federation (IBF), which was formed on 5 July 1934 in London with nine members – Canada, Denmark, England, France, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Scotland, and Wales.