Part of the HSBC BWF World Tour Super 300
Prize Money USD 175 000.–

March 17th - 22th 2020, St. Jakobshalle Basel

From march 12 to 17 2019, one of the world's largest and most important HSBC World Tour tournaments took place for the 29th time in the newly renovated St. Jakobshalle in Basel. The world ranking tournament with prize money of USD 150,000 was important for qualification points for the 2019 World Championships in Basel, in first place. With over 300 world-class players from 41 nations, a large proportion of the world's badminton elite have signed up for the Swiss Open; many of them traveled directly from the All England Open in Birmingham to Basel. As usual this event took place the week before the Swiss Open.

Yonex Swiss Open 2020

The Yonex Swiss Open 2020 will take place from March 17th to 22th. Don't miss it! We're looking forward to seeing you again in Basel.

 

 

16. Mar. 2019

Lu Kai/Chen Lu (CHN) out

16. Mar. 2019

Lu Kai/Chen Lu (CHN) out

A very tight match between Lu Kai/Chen Lu (CHN) and Rikke Søby/Mathias Bay-Smidt (DEN) enthralled the audience. It was their first encounter on a court and the Danes, ranked number 102, surprised their opponents...

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16. Mar. 2019

Greetings from Spring

16. Mar. 2019

Greetings from Spring

Today's semi-finals are accompanied by the warm and sunny weather, that is so familiar to Basel in the month of March.

But the sun will not be the biggest attraction in the St. Jakob-Halle. For badminton fans the...

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15. Mar. 2019

Last goodbye from Christinna Pedersen

Mathias Christiannsen and Christinna Pedersen were defeated at the Yonex Swiss Open quarterfinal. After a 71 minute match, the Chinese pair LU/CHEN was able to win the match to reach the semifinals despite a...

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15. Mar. 2019

Ellis/Smith missed a spot in semifinals

 What a tense match between the two pairs!

The 2018 Yonex Swiss Open runner-ups, Marcus Ellis and Lauren Smith were beaten by a pair from Indonesia Rivalry/Mentari, whom is also the current ranked...

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14. Mar. 2019

PEDERSEN/CHRISTIANSEN survived

What a match against the British Ben Lane and Jessica Pugh! Both pairs fought for a spot in 3rd round this afternoon in St Jakobshalle. The current ranked 15 from Denmark won the match after 74 minutes on court. 24-22...

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