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Badminton Prize Money

The prize money in pro badminton tournaments has increased significantly in recent years, with prize funds ranging from $210,000 for the BWF Super 300 tournaments to $2,000,000 for the BWF Finals. Below is a breakdown of the payouts for the 2023 BWF Tour Season. 2023 BWF Prize Money List by Tournament Dates Tournament Prize Fund

BWF World Rankings - Women's Singles

BWF World Rankings – Women’s Singles

An Se Young of Korea is currently the number 1 women’s singles player in the BWF World Rankings, with Akane Yamaguchi of Japan in second, and Chen Yu Fei of China in third. Other players in the top 10 include Chen Yu Fei (3), Tai Tzu Ying (4), He Bing Jiao (5), Carolina Marin (6),

BWF World Rankings - Men's Singles

BWF World Rankings – Men’s Singles

Viktor Axelsen of Denmark is currently the number 1 men’s singles player in the BWF World Rankings, with Anthony Sinisuka Ginting of Indonesia in second, and Kodai Naraoka of Japan in third. Other players in the top 10 include Kunlavut Vitidsarn (4), Jonatan Christie (5), Shi Yu Qi (6), Prannoy H. S. (7), Li Shi

Viktor Axelsen Player Profile

Viktor Axelsen Player Profile

Viktor Axelsen is a Danish professional badminton player who is the current world number 1 singles player in the BWF Rankings as well as the reigning Olympic champion in men’s singles. Player Profile Birth Place: Odense, Denmark Date of Birth: 4th of January 1994 Age: 29 Height: 6 ft 4 in (1.94 m) Nationality: Danish

2023 BWF Tour Schedule

2023 BWF Tour Schedule

Below is a list of BWF tournaments that are scheduled for the 2023 BWF season, that you can use to see where and when the next pro badminton tournament is to be played. Please note that the dates in the below BWF schedule are subject to change so check the official website for the relevant