Who is the winner of BWF World Badminton Championship in 2019?

P. V. Sindhu
Event Gold Silver
Men’s singles Kento Momota Anders Antonsen
Women’s singles P. V. Sindhu Nozomi Okuhara
Men’s doubles Mohammad Ahsan Hendra Setiawan Takuro Hoki Yugo Kobayashi
Women’s doubles Mayu Matsumoto Wakana Nagahara Yuki Fukushima Sayaka Hirota

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People also ask, who won Badminton 2020?

2020 BWF World Tour Finals

Tournament details
Location Pak Kret, Nonthaburi, Thailand
Men’s singles Anders Antonsen
Women’s singles Tai Tzu-ying
Herein, who is the winner of the US Open 2019 men’s title?
Rafael Nadal

Men’s Singles
2019 US Open
Champion Rafael Nadal
Runner-up Daniil Medvedev
Final score 7–5, 6–3, 5–7, 4–6, 6–4

Beside above, who won Malaysia Open 2019?

Lin Dan
Tournament details
Location Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Men’s singles Lin Dan
Women’s singles Tai Tzu-ying

Who is current ladies badminton champion?

P. V. Sindhu
Year Host City Gold
2017 Glasgow Nozomi Okuhara
2018 Nanjing Carolina Marín
2019 Basel P. V. Sindhu
2021 Huelva

What is the full form of BWF?

Badminton World Federation

BWF Logo
Abbreviation BWF
Formation 1934
Type Sports federation
Headquarters Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

What is the original name of badminton?


Which badminton tournament has highest prize money?

The highest points and prize pool is offered at the Super 1000 level. One other category of tournament, the BWF Tour Super 100 level, also offers HSBC BWF World Tour ranking points.

What is the prize money for all England badminton?


Tournament details
Level Super 1000
Total prize money US$850,000
Venue Arena Birmingham
Location Birmingham, England

What is the prize money for first place at the US Open?

The winner of the first all-teenager US Open final in 22 years will receive $2.5 million, the finalist $1.25 million.

How much do players make in US Open tennis?

2021 US Open Prize Money

Men’s / Women’s Singles (per player) Totals
Winner $2,500,000
Runner-Up 1,250,000
Semifinalists 675,000
Quarterfinalists 425,000

Which American was a seven time losing Wimbledon women’s singles finalist?

Pete Sampras

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