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KUALA LUMPUR: Badminton's world tour hopes to resume in September, officials said on Friday, announcing a revised schedule with several tournaments moved or cancelled because of the months-long coronavirus shutdown.KUALA LUMPUR: Badminton's world tour hopes to resume in September, officials said on Friday, announcing a revised schedule with several tournaments moved or cancelled because of the months-long coronavirus shutdown.

Badminton world tour aims for September restart

While BWF went ahead to announce 22 tournaments in 5 months from August to December, shuttlers were left scratching their heads about how they were going to resume blitzing around the world.While BWF went ahead to announce 22 tournaments in 5 months from August to December, shuttlers were left scratching their heads about how they were going to resume blitzing around the world.

22 BWF tournaments in five months leave players shocked | Sports News,The Indian Express

Badminton Association of India said that they have made it clear to BWF that India will host tournaments only as per government guidelines.Badminton Association of India said that they have made it clear to BWF that India will host tournaments only as per government guidelines.

BAI Leaves It to Government Guidelines to Decide on Hosting Tournaments After BWF Releases Calendar

“22 events in 5 months . Ok 🤷🏻‍♂️ . Firstly , practice hasn’t begun yet . @hkvittinghus @ViktorAxelsen @NSaina @PRANNOYHSPRI @janojorgensen @CarolinaMarin @srikidambi @saiprneeth92. Your thoughts guys ??”

Parupalli Kashyap on Twitter: "22 events in 5 months . Ok 🤷🏻‍♂️ . Firstly , practice hasn’t begun yet . @hkvittinghus @ViktorAxelsen @NSaina @PRANNOYHSPRI @janojorgensen @CarolinaMarin @srikidambi @saiprneeth92. Your thoughts guys ??… https://t.co/CfbS13em0c"

“BWF announces revised calendar for remainder of 2020. Hyderabad Open Super 100 (11-16 August) scheduled to be the first event. Syed Modi (17-22 Nov) and India Open (8-13 Dec) among three events in India of the total 22 tournaments slotted between August and Dec 2020. @ESPNIndia”

Susan Ninan on Twitter: "BWF announces revised calendar for remainder of 2020. Hyderabad Open Super 100 (11-16 August) scheduled to be the first event. Syed Modi (17-22 Nov) and India Open (8-13 Dec) among three events in India of the total 22 tournaments slotted between August and Dec 2020. @ESPNIndia"

Badminton News: The Badminton Association of India (BAI) said that hosting of the Hyderabad Open, the Syed Modi International and the Indian Open is completely dependBadminton News: The Badminton Association of India (BAI) said that hosting of the Hyderabad Open, the Syed Modi International and the Indian Open is completely depend

Ability to host tournaments dependent on govt guidelines, says BAI | Badminton News - Times of India

The World Tour Super 500 tournament, originally scheduled to be held in New Delhi from March 24-29, will now take place from December 8 to 13, the Badminton World Federation (BWF) said in a release.The World Tour Super 500 tournament, originally scheduled to be held in New Delhi from March 24-29, will now take place from December 8 to 13, the Badminton World Federation (BWF) said in a release.

India Open to be held in December, BWF announces revamped calendar | Sports News,The Indian Express

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Following the disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Badminton World Federation (BWF) has announced a revamped tournament calendar for the remainder of 2020.Following the disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Badminton World Federation (BWF) has announced a revamped tournament calendar for the remainder of 2020.

Olympic-qualifying India Open badminton tournament to be held in December, BWF announces revamped calendar - Sports News

LONDON (REUTERS) - The Badminton World Federation (BWF) announced a new 2020 tournaments calendar on Friday (May 22) with the World Tour set to return with the Taipei Open from Sept 1-6.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Sport News -LONDON (REUTERS) - The Badminton World Federation (BWF) announced a new 2020 tournaments calendar on Friday (May 22) with the World Tour set to return with the Taipei Open from Sept 1-6..

Badminton: World Tour to resume with Taipei Open in September, says BWF, Sport News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

KUALA LUMPUR: The international badminton scene will come back to life in August after it was smashed into a four-month coma by the coronavirus.

Smashing time again for world badminton from August | New Straits Times

The all-important event will be preceded by the Hyderabad Open (August 11 to 16) and the Syed Modi International (November 17 to 22).The all-important event will be preceded by the Hyderabad Open (August 11 to 16) and the Syed Modi International (November 17 to 22).

Badminton targets August 11 resumption, India players unhappy - other sports - Hindustan Times

BWF's revised schedule for the resumption of badminton packs 22 tournaments into five months.BWF's revised schedule for the resumption of badminton packs 22 tournaments into five months.

'Brutal, ridiculous': Praneeth, Kashyap and Co. question BWF's revised tournament schedule

Indian shuttlers, including Olympic medallist Saina Nehwal, on Friday questioned the rationale behind scheduling 22 events in just five months in a revised BWF calendar, saying the Indian shuttlers, including Olympic medallist Saina Nehwal, on Friday questioned the rationale behind scheduling 22 events in just five months in a revised BWF calendar, saying the

Coronavirus Outbreak: Indian shuttlers slam BWF's revised calendar, say cramped schedule could lead to injuries - Firstpost