Badminton action is set to get underway as SGG Thailand Open 2017 is scheduled to begin from 30 May. The seventh Grand Prix’s badminton tournament which will run until 4th June will feature some of the top-seeded shuttlers from across the globe. The tournament will be held at Nimibutr Stadium in Bangkok in Thailand and had a total prize money of $120,000. Here’s all the info you need to know to watch Thailand Open badminton 2017 live streaming online, broadcasting tv channels and schedule.
The seeding for the Thailand Open 2017 is yet to be confirmed but some of the best shuttlers are expected to be seeded. Few upcoming badminton stars who have played well in the past couple of years is set to participate. Malaysia’s Chong Wei Feng is seeded 13th at the event.
Nearly 500 shuttlers from 23 countries are expected to take part in the event. The winners of the competition will receive trophies from Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri. Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk won the men’s singles title last year. World No.11 Tanongsak and world No.8 Ratchanok Intanon are top seeds in the men’s and women’s singles events.
Competition: SCG Thailand Open 2017
Date: 30 May to 4 June 2017
Venue: Nimibutr Stadium, Bangkok
TV Channel: Hub Sports 1 (Singapore), TrueSport 7 (Thailand) and Star Sports (India)
Thailand Open Badminton 2017 Live Streaming
The Thailand Open Badminton 2017 matches can be watched on tv on Hub Sports in Singapore while Astro Supersport will have live telecast in Malaysia and Star Sports in India. Fans also have online options, Indian viewers can watch Thailand Open badminton 2017 live streaming online on Hotstar, Singapore fans can go to StarHub Go for online while the matches can be watched online at BWF Youtube channel.
You can catch live scores online on tournament’s official website.
Indian Badminton Team: Men’s Singles – Rahul Yadav, Harsheel Dani, Subhankar Dey, P Kashyap, B.Sai Praneeth, Siril Verma, Sourav Verma; Women’s Singles – Saina Nehwal, Rituparna Das, Ruthvika Shivani, Akarshi Kashyap, Ira Sharma; Women’s Doubles – J Meghna/Poorvisha Ram; Men’s Doubles – Shlok Ramachandra/MR Arjun