International Badminton Grand Prix Gold Tournament Prize Money USD 150 000.–

February 20th - 25th 2018, St. Jakobshalle Basel


The 2017 Yonex Swiss Open was a very exciting holding. New teams proved themselves at the tournament, tried and tested doubles were checked. Young players got the chance to try new ways and eventually leave lasting traces. More than 350 athletes from around the world came to Basel, 36 Nations were represented. Among them, many new faces and names, who remixed the player field, which resulted in some surprises.

A personal highlight at the YSO was the announcement concerning the world championship in 2019, that will take place in Basel! The entire tournament staff is looking forward to hosting such a huge badminton party!



Yonex Swiss Open 2018

The Yonex Swiss Open 2018 will take place from February 20th to 25th. Don't miss it! We're looking forward to seeing you in Basel again.



Dan LIN's victory

One of the best badminton players of the world finished this year's Swiss Open with his men's single final. Dan LIN (CHN) was challenged by Yuqi SHI (CHN). 

SHI picked a better start than LIN and soon wasseveral...


Second Chinese final

Biao CHAI (CHN) and his men's double partner Wei HONG are the tournament's seeded number one. Today, they played versus Cheng LIU/Nan ZHANG. 

Right from the beginning the pace was very high. Flat rallies, fast...


The STOEVA sisters back in Basel

A true highlight for the badminton fans here in Basel is the women's double final with the locally well known sisters Gabriela and Stefani STOEVA from Bulgaria.

Their opponents from China, Yifan JIA and Qinchen CHEN,...


Victory for Dechapol PUAVARANUKROH and Sapsiree TAERATTANACHAI

Mixed double's final was the only match without Chinese participation. Dechapol PUAVARANUKROH/Sapsiree TAERATTANACHAI (THA) faced the team from Indonesia, Praveen JORDAN and Debby SUSANTO. 



First Chinese triumph

Time goes by so fast, it seems just yesterday the Swiss Open started and we're already watching the finals.

Yufei CHEN and Xiaoxin CHEN (both CHN) play today's first match, women's singles. Both are 18 years old, but...