2021 BWF World Tour

The 2021 BWF World Tour (officially known as 2021 HSBC BWF World Tour for sponsorship reasons) is the fourth season of the BWF World Tour of badminton, a circuit of 23 tournaments which leads up to the World Tour Finals tournament.[1] The 23 tournaments are divided into five levels: Level 1 is the said World Tour Finals, Level 2 called Super 1000 (three tournaments), Level 3 called Super 750 (five tournaments), Level 4 called Super 500 (six tournaments) and Level 5 called Super 300 (eight tournaments). Each of these tournaments offers different ranking points and prize money. The highest points and prize pool is offered at the Super 1000 level.

2021 BWF World Tour
HSBC BWF World Tour Logo.svg
Tournament details
Dates2 March – 5 December
Edition4th
2020 2022

One other category of tournament, the BWF Tour Super 100 level 6, also offers BWF World Tour ranking points. Although this level is not part of the BWF World Tour, it is an important part of the pathway and entry point for players into the BWF World Tour tournaments. When the nine Level 6 grade tournaments of the BWF Tour Super 100 are included, the complete tour consists of 32 tournaments.

ResultsEdit

Below is the schedule released by Badminton World Federation:[2]

KeyEdit

World Tour Finals
Super 1000
Super 750
Super 500
Super 300
Super 100

WinnersEdit

Tour Report Men's singles Women's singles Men's doubles Women's doubles Mixed doubles
World Tour Finals
  BWF World Tour Finals Report      
 
 
 
 
 
Super 1000
  All England Open Report   Lee Zii Jia   Nozomi Okuhara   Hiroyuki Endo
  Yuta Watanabe
  Mayu Matsumoto
  Wakana Nagahara
  Yuta Watanabe
  Arisa Higashino
  China Open Report Cancelled
  Denmark Open Report      
 
 
 
 
 
  Indonesia Open Report      
 
 
 
 
 
Super 750
  Malaysia Open Report Postponed
  Japan Open Report Cancelled
  French Open Report      
 
 
 
 
 
  Fuzhou China Open Report Cancelled
  Indonesia Masters Report      
 
 
 
 
 
Super 500
  Malaysia Masters Report Postponed
  India Open Report Cancelled
  Singapore Open Report Cancelled
  Thailand Open Report Cancelled
  Korea Open Report Cancelled
  Hylo Open Report      
 
 
 
 
 
  Hong Kong Open Report Cancelled
Super 300
  Thailand Masters Report Cancelled
  Swiss Open Report   Viktor Axelsen   Carolina Marín   Kim Astrup
  Anders Skaarup Rasmussen
  Pearly Tan Koong Le
  Thinaah Muralitharan
  Thom Gicquel
  Delphine Delrue
  German Open Report Cancelled
  New Zealand Open Report Cancelled
  Australian Open Report Cancelled
  Spain Masters Report   Toma Junior Popov   Putri Kusuma Wardani   Pramudya Kusumawardana
  Yeremia Rambitan
  Yulfira Barkah
  Febby Valencia Dwijayanti Gani
  Rinov Rivaldy
  Pitha Haningtyas Mentari
  Korea Masters Report Cancelled
  U.S. Open Report Cancelled
  Taipei Open Report Cancelled
  Syed Modi International Report Cancelled
  Macau Open Report Cancelled
Super 100
  Orléans Masters Report   Toma Junior Popov   Busanan Ongbamrungphan   Ben Lane
  Sean Vendy
  Jongkolphan Kititharakul
  Rawinda Prajongjai
  Mathias Christiansen
  Alexandra Bøje
  Lingshui China Masters Report Cancelled
  Canada Open Report Cancelled
  Russian Open Report Cancelled
  Akita Masters Report Cancelled
  Hyderabad Open Report Cancelled
  Vietnam Open Report Cancelled
  Indonesia Masters Super 100 Report Cancelled

FinalsEdit

This is the complete schedule of events on the 2021 calendar,[3] with the champions and runners-up documented.

JanuaryEdit

Date Tournament Champions Runners-up
12–17 January

  Thailand Masters (Draw) (cancelled)[a]

   
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FebruaryEdit

No World Tour tournaments were held in February.

MarchEdit

Date Tournament Champions Runners-up
2–7 March

  Swiss Open (Draw)

  Viktor Axelsen   Kunlavut Vitidsarn
Score: 21–16, 21–6
  Carolina Marín   P. V. Sindhu
Score: 21–12, 21–5
  Kim Astrup
  Anders Skaarup Rasmussen
  Mark Lamsfuß
  Marvin Emil Seidel
Score: 21–16, 21–11
  Pearly Tan Koong Le
  Thinaah Muralitharan
  Gabriela Stoeva
  Stefani Stoeva
Score: 21–19, 21–12
  Thom Gicquel
  Delphine Delrue
  Mathias Christiansen
  Alexandra Bøje
Score: 21–19, 21–19
9–14 March

  German Open (Draw) (cancelled)[b]

   
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17–21 March

  All England Open (Draw)

  Lee Zii Jia   Viktor Axelsen
Score: 30–29, 20–22, 21–9
  Nozomi Okuhara   Pornpawee Chochuwong
Score: 21–12, 21–16
  Hiroyuki Endo
  Yuta Watanabe
  Takeshi Kamura
  Keigo Sonoda
Score: 21–15, 17–21, 21–11
  Mayu Matsumoto
  Wakana Nagahara
  Yuki Fukushima
  Sayaka Hirota
Score: 21–18, 21–16
  Yuta Watanabe
  Arisa Higashino
  Yuki Kaneko
  Misaki Matsutomo
Score: 21–14, 21–13
23–28 March

  Orléans Masters (Draw)

  Toma Junior Popov   Mads Christophersen
Score: 23–21, 21–13
  Busanan Ongbamrungphan   Line Christophersen
Score: 16–21, 21–15, 21–19
  Ben Lane
  Sean Vendy
  Krishna Prasad Garaga
  Vishnu Vardhan Goud Panjala
Score: 19–21, 21–14, 21–19
  Jongkolphan Kititharakul
  Rawinda Prajongjai
  Gabriela Stoeva
  Stefani Stoeva
Score: 21–16, 21–16
  Mathias Christiansen
  Alexandra Bøje
  Niclas Nøhr
  Amalie Magelund
Score: 21–13, 21–17

  Lingshui China Masters (Draw) (cancelled)[c]

  • Host: Lingshui, China
  • Venue: Agile Stadium of Lingshui Culture and Sports Square
  • Level: Super 100
  • Prize: $90,000
  • Format: 48MS/32WS/32MD/32WD/32XD
   
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AprilEdit

Date Tournament Champions Runners-up
6–11 April

  Malaysia Masters (Draw) (postponed)

   
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MayEdit

Date Tournament Champions Runners-up
4–9 May

  New Zealand Open (Draw) (cancelled)[d]

   
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11–16 May

  India Open (Draw) (cancelled)[d]

   
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  Australian Open (Draw) (cancelled)[d]

   
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18–23 May

  Spain Masters (Draw)

  • Host: Huelva, Spain
  • Venue: Palacio de Deportes Carolina Marín
  • Level: Super 300
  • Prize: $140,000
  • Format: 32MS/32WS/32MD/32WD/32XD
  Toma Junior Popov   Chico Aura Dwi Wardoyo
Score: 21–15, 21–17
  Putri Kusuma Wardani   Line Christophersen
Score: 21–15, 21–10
  Pramudya Kusumawardana
  Yeremia Rambitan
  Sabar Karyaman Gutama
  Muhammad Reza Pahlevi Isfahani
Score: 21–15, 18–21, 21–14
  Yulfira Barkah
  Febby Valencia Dwijayanti Gani
  Amalie Magelund
  Freja Ravn
Score: 21–16, 21–14
  Rinov Rivaldy
  Pitha Haningtyas Mentari
  Niclas Nøhr
  Amalie Magelund
Score: 21–18, 21–15
25–30 May

  Malaysia Open (Draw) (postponed)

   
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JuneEdit

Date Tournament Champions Runners-up
1–6 June

  Singapore Open (Draw) (cancelled)[e]

   
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  Korea Masters (Draw) (cancelled)[f]

  • Host: TBD, South Korea
  • Venue: TBD
  • Level: Super 300
  • Prize: $200,000
  • Format: 32MS/32WS/32MD/32WD/32XD
   
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15–20 June

  Thailand Open (Draw) (cancelled)[g]

   
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29 June – 4 July

  Canada Open (Draw) (cancelled)[h]

   
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JulyEdit

Date Tournament Champions Runners-up
6–11 July

  U.S. Open (Draw) (cancelled)[h]

   
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20–25 July

  Russian Open (Draw) (cancelled)[i]

  • Host: Vladivostok, Russia
  • Venue: TBD
  • Level: Super 100
  • Prize: $90,000
  • Format: 48MS/32WS/32MD/32WD/32XD
   
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AugustEdit

Date Tournament Champions Runners-up
17–22 August

  Akita Masters (Draw) (cancelled)[j]

   
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24–29 August

  Hyderabad Open (Draw) (cancelled)[k]

  • Host: Hyderabad, India
  • Venue: TBD
  • Level: Super 100
  • Prize: $90,000
  • Format: 48MS/32WS/32MD/32WD/32XD
   
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  Korea Open (Draw) (cancelled)[f]

  • Host: Yeosu, South Korea
  • Venue: Jinnam Indoor Stadium
  • Level: Super 500
  • Prize: $320,000
  • Format: 32MS/32WS/32MD/32WD/32XD
   
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SeptemberEdit

Date Tournament Champions Runners-up
7–12 September

  Taipei Open (Draw) (cancelled)[l]

   
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14–19 September

  Vietnam Open (Draw) (cancelled)[d]

   
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21–26 September

  China Open (Draw) (cancelled)[d]

  • Host: Changzhou, China
  • Venue: Olympic Sports Center Xincheng Gymnasium
  • Level: Super 1000
  • Prize: $1,100,000
  • Format: 32MS/32WS/32MD/32WD/32XD
   
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  Japan Open (Draw) (cancelled)[d]

   
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OctoberEdit

Date Tournament Champions Runners-up
5–10 October

  Indonesia Masters Super 100 (Draw) (cancelled)[m]

  • Host: TBD, Indonesia
  • Venue: TBD
  • Level: Super 100
  • Prize: $90,000
  • Format: 48MS/32WS/32MD/32WD/32XD
   
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12–17 October

  Syed Modi International (Draw) (cancelled)[n]

  • Host: Lucknow, India
  • Venue: TBD
  • Level: Super 300
  • Prize: $170,000
  • Format: 32MS/32WS/32MD/32WD/32XD
   
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19–24 October

  Denmark Open (Draw)

   
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26–31 October

  French Open (Draw)

   
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NovemberEdit

Date Tournament Champions Runners-up
2–7 November

  Hylo Open (Draw)

   
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  Macau Open (Draw) (cancelled)[f]

  • Host: Macau
  • Venue: TBD
  • Level: Super 300
  • Prize: $170,000
  • Format: 32MS/32WS/32MD/32WD/32XD
   
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9–14 November

  Fuzhou China Open (Draw) (cancelled)[d]

   
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16–21 November

  Indonesia Masters (Draw)

  • Host: Bali, Indonesia
  • Venue: TBD
  • Level: Super 750
  • Prize: $600,000
  • Format: 32MS/32WS/32MD/32WD/32XD
   
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  Hong Kong Open (Draw) (cancelled)[d]

   
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23–28 November

  Indonesia Open (Draw)

  • Host: Bali, Indonesia
  • Venue: TBD
  • Level: Super 1000
  • Prize: $850,000
  • Format: 32MS/32WS/32MD/32WD/32XD
   
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DecemberEdit

Date Tournament Champions Runners-up
1–5 December

  BWF World Tour Finals (Draw)

  • Host: Bali, Indonesia
  • Venue: TBD
  • Level: World Tour Finals
  • Prize: $1,500,000
  • Format: 8MS/8WS/8MD/8WD/8XD
   
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StatisticsEdit

Performance by countriesEdit

Below are the 2021 BWF World Tour performances by country. Only countries who have won a title are listed:

BWF World Tour
Rank Team BWTF Super 1000 Super 750 Super 500 Super 300 Total
INA ENG DEN INA MAS FRA INA MAS GER SUI ESP
1   Japan 4 4
2   Indonesia 4 4
3   Malaysia 1 1 2
4   Denmark 2 2
  France 1 1 2
6   Spain 1 1
BWF Tour Super 100
Rank Team FRA Total
1   Thailand 2 2
2   Denmark 1 1
  England 1 1
  France 1 1

Performance by categoriesEdit

To avoid confusion and double counting, information in this table shall only be updated once a tournament has concluded. These tables were calculated after the mixed doubles final (5/5 matches) of the 2021 Spain Masters.

World Tour Finals rankingsEdit

The points are calculated from the following levels:

  • BWF World Tour Super 1000,
  • BWF World Tour Super 750,
  • BWF World Tour Super 500,
  • BWF World Tour Super 300,
  • BWF Tour Super 100.

Information on Points, Won, Lost, and % columns were calculated after the 2021 Spain Masters.

Key
(D)C (Defending) Champion
F Finalists
SF Semi-finalists
QF Quarter-finalists
#R Round 1/2/3
RR Round Robin
Q# Qualification Round 1/2

Men's singlesEdit

The table below was based on the ranking of men's singles as of 25 May 2021.[14]

Rank WR[15] Player SUI ENG FRA MAS ESP MAS DEN FRA GER INA INA TP Points INA Won Lost %
300 1000 100 500 300 750 1000 750 500 750 1000 Eligibility BWTF
1   2   Viktor Axelsen C F 2 17,200 9 1 90.00%
2   4 33   Toma Junior Popov 1R 1R C C 4 17,170 11 2 84.62%
3   1 8   Lee Zii Jia SF C 2 16,900 8 1 88.89%
4   1 24   Kunlavut Vitidsarn F 1R SF 3 12,800 7 3 70.00%
5   1 29   Mark Caljouw 2R SF 1R 3 11,660 4 3 57.14%
6   1 14   Srikanth Kidambi SF 1R QF 3 10,930 5 3 62.50%
7   40   Thomas Rouxel 2R 2R 3R 3 9,660 4 3 57.14%
8   16 49   Ygor Coelho de Oliveira 1R 1R 1R QF 4 9,030 2 4 33.33%
9   22 19   Shesar Hiren Rhustavito QF SF 2 8,750 5 2 71.43%
10   2 20   Hans-Kristian Vittinghus 2R SF 2 8,650 4 2 66.67%
10   2 15   B. Sai Praneeth QF 2R 2 8,650 3 2 60.00%
12   16 78   Mads Christophersen F QF 2 8,530 7 2 77.78%

Women's singlesEdit

The table below was based on the ranking of women's singles as of 25 May 2021.[16]

Rank WR[17] Player SUI ENG FRA MAS ESP MAS IND DEN FRA GER INA INA TP Points INA Won Lost %
300 1000 100 500 300 750 300 1000 750 500 750 1000 Eligibility BWTF
1   3 27   Line Christophersen QF 2R F F 4 19,280 11 4 73.33%
2   1 10   Pornpawee Chochuwong SF F SF 3 18,950 10 3 76.92%
3   1 13   Busanan Ongbamrungphan QF QF C 3 15,950 9 2 81.82%
4   1 7   P. V. Sindhu F SF 2 14,350 7 2 77.78%
5   3   Nozomi Okuhara C 1 12,000 5 0 100%
6   12   Mia Blichfeldt SF QF 2 11,500 5 2 71.43%
7   36   Iris Wang 2R 2R QF 3 10,580 4 3 57.14%
8   14   Beiwen Zhang QF QF 2 10,450 4 2 66.67%
9   22 130   Putri Kusuma Wardani QF C 2 10,030 7 1 87.50%
10   1 31   Phittayaporn Chaiwan QF 2R 1R 3 9,940 3 3 50.00%
11   11 38   Lianne Tan 1R 1R 1R QF 4 9,810 2 4 33.33%
12   2 40   Julie Dawall Jakobsen 2R 1R 1R 2R 4 9,790 2 4 33.33%

Men's doublesEdit

The table below was based on the ranking of men's doubles as of 25 May 2021.[18]

Rank WR[19] Player SUI ENG FRA MAS ESP MAS IND DEN FRA GER INA INA TP Points INA Won Lost %
300 1000 100 500 300 750 300 1000 750 500 750 1000 Eligibility BWTF
1   12   Kim Astrup C SF QF 3 19,250 10 2 83.33%
  Anders Skaarup Rasmussen
2   39   Christo Popov 2R QF QF SF 4 17,280 8 4 66.67%
  Toma Junior Popov
3   4   Hiroyuki Endo DC 1 12,000 5 0 100%
  Yuta Watanabe
4   8 109   Callum Hemming 2R SF 2R 3 11,400 5 3 62.50%
  Steven Stallwood
5   1 18   Ben Lane 2R 1R C 3 11,250 6 2 75.00%
  Sean Vendy
6   1 67   Jeppe Bay 2R SF 2 11,150 4 2 66.67%
  Lasse Mølhede
7   1 54   Nipitphon Phuangphuapet QF QF 2 10,450 4 2 66.67%
  Tanupat Viriyangkura
8   1 5   Takeshi Kamura F 1 10,200 4 1 80.00%
  Keigo Sonoda
9   23 123   Sabar Karyaman Gutama SF F 2 9,800 7 2 77.78%
  Muhammad Reza Pahlevi Isfahani
10   30 44   Pramudya Kusumawardana 2R C 2 9,750 6 1 85.71%
  Yeremia Rambitan
11   3 10   Satwiksairaj Rankireddy SF 2R 2 9,700 4 2 66.67%
  Chirag Shetty
12   3 11   Marcus Ellis 2R QF 2 9,350 3 2 60.00%
  Chris Langridge

Women's doublesEdit

The table below would be based on the ranking of women's doubles as of 25 May 2021.[20]

Rank WR[21] Player SUI ENG FRA MAS ESP MAS IND DEN FRA GER INA INA TP Points INA Won Lost %
300 1000 100 500 300 750 300 1000 750 500 750 1000 Eligibility BWTF
1   17   Selena Piek QF SF SF 3 16,100 8 3 72.73%
  Cheryl Seinen
2   9 26   Amalie Magelund QF 2R 1R F 4 15,890 6 4 60.00%
  Freja Ravn
3   1 12   Gabriela Stoeva F 2R F 3 15,430 9 3 75.00%
  Stefani Stoeva
4   1 19   Pearly Tan Koong Le C QF 1 13,600 7 1 87.50%
  Thinaah Muralitharan
5   1 16   Maiken Fruergaard QF QF QF 3 13,480 6 3 66.67%
  Sara Thygesen
6   1 8   Jongkolphan Kititharakul SF 1R C 3 13,400 8 2 80.00%
  Rawinda Prajongjai
7   1 27   Ashwini Ponnappa 2R QF SF 3 13,200 6 3 66.67%
  N. Sikki Reddy
8   1 2   Mayu Matsumoto C 1 12,000 5 0 100%
  Wakana Nagahara
9   4 43   Julie Finne-Ipsen 1R 1R QF QF 4 11,550 3 4 42.86%
  Mai Surrow
10   2 14   Chloe Birch 1R QF QF 3 11,300 4 3 57.14%
  Lauren Smith
11   2 30   Alexandra Bøje 2R 2R QF 3 10,580 4 3 57.14%
  Mette Poulsen
12   2 1   Yuki Fukushima F 1 10,200 4 1 80.00%
  Sayaka Hirota

Mixed doublesEdit

The table below was based on the ranking of mixed doubles as of 25 May 2021.[22]

Rank WR[23] Player SUI ENG FRA MAS ESP MAS IND DEN FRA GER INA INA TP Points INA Won Lost %
300 1000 100 500 300 750 300 1000 750 500 750 1000 Eligibility BWTF
1   3 33   Niclas Nøhr 1R QF F F 4 18,900 10 4 66.67%
  Amalie Magelund
2   1 17   Mathias Christiansen F 2R C 3 16,250 10 2 83.33%
  Alexandra Bøje
3   1 10   Thom Gicquel C QF 2 13,600 7 1 87.50%
  Delphine Delrue
4   1 8   Marcus Ellis SF SF 2 13,300 6 2 75.00%
  Lauren Smith
5   7   Chan Peng Soon QF SF 2 12,250 5 2 71.43%
  Goh Liu Ying
6   5   Yuta Watanabe C 1 12,000 5 0 100%
  Arisa Higashino
7   11   Tan Kian Meng SF QF 2 11,500 5 2 71.43%
  Lai Pei Jing
8   19   Yuki Kaneko F 1 10,200 4 1 80.00%
  Misaki Matsutomo
9   30 21   Rinov Rivaldy 2R C 2 9,750 6 1 85.71%
  Pitha Haningtyas Mentari
10   1 72   Mikkel Mikkelsen 2R QF 2 9,350 3 2 60.00%
  Rikke Søby Hansen
11   1 31   Sam Magee 2R 2R 1R 3 8,840 2 3 40.00%
  Chloe Magee
12   1 62   Jeppe Bay 2R 1R 2R 3 7,860 2 3 40.00%
  Sara Lundgaard

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Thailand Masters was cancelled because Thailand hosted the Asian leg of the 2020 season in the same month.[4]
  2. ^ This tournament, originally to be played on said dates, was later cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany.[5]
  3. ^ Tournament cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Mainland China.[4]
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h This tournament was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic on 28 June 2021.[6]
  5. ^ This tournament was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore on 12 May 2021.[7]
  6. ^ a b c Tournament cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic on 11 August 2021.[11]
  7. ^ Tournament cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[4]
  8. ^ a b Tournament cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic on 12 March 2021.[8]
  9. ^ This tournament, originally to be played on said dates, was later cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Russia.[9]
  10. ^ Tournament cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Japan on 12 July 2021.[10]
  11. ^ This tournament cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in India on 28 June 2021.[6]
  12. ^ Tournament cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Taiwan on 15 August 2021.[12]
  13. ^ This tournament, originally to be played on said dates, was later cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia.[9]
  14. ^ Syed Modi India International 2021 Cancelled.[13]

ReferencesEdit

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  5. ^ "Yonex German Open 2021 Cancelled". bwfbadminton.com. Badminton World Federation. 11 February 2021. Retrieved 13 February 2021.
  6. ^ a b "Key Changes To BWF Tournament Calendar". bwfbadminton.com. Badminton World Federation. 28 June 2021. Retrieved 28 June 2021.
  7. ^ "Singapore Open Cancelled". bwfbadminton.com. Badminton World Federation. 12 May 2021. Retrieved 18 May 2021.
  8. ^ "Tournament updates 12 March 2021". bwfbadminton.com. Badminton World Federation. 12 March 2021. Retrieved 18 March 2021.
  9. ^ a b "Two BWF Tour Super 100 Tournaments Cancelled". bwfbadminton.com. Badminton World Federation. 5 April 2021. Retrieved 5 April 2021.
  10. ^ "Tournament updates 12 July 2021". bwfbadminton.com. Badminton World Federation. 12 July 2021. Retrieved 10 August 2021.
  11. ^ "Tournament updates 11 August 2021". bwfbadminton.com. Badminton World Federation. 11 August 2021. Retrieved 11 August 2021.
  12. ^ "Tournament updates 15 August 2021". aninews.in. Ani News. 15 August 2021. Retrieved 15 August 2021.
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