Fuzhou China Open
The Fuzhou China Open, formerly known as China Masters, is an annual badminton tournament held in China. It became part of the BWF Super Series tournaments in 2007. In 2014 the level of the tournament was downgraded to BWF Grand Prix Gold because, although China bid in the autumn of 2012 to continue to host 2 BWF Super Series tournaments, the Changzhou bid was unsuccessful and the China Masters was replaced for the 2014–2017 Superseries cycle by the Australian Open. In 2018, the tournament became a part of World Tour Grade 2 Level 3 tournament (BWF World Tour Super 750) and acquire its current name.
- This tournament, originally to be played from 3 to 8 November, was later cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic in Mainland China.
Performances by nationEdit
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- "The HSBC World Tour". www.yonexifb.com. Retrieved 10 November 2018.
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