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[LiveStream] BWF World Championships 2023 Live Free TV broadcast
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[LiveStream] BWF World Championships 2023 Live Free TV broadcast
BWF World Championships 2023 draw was held on Thursday (August 10) at the Badminton World Federation (BWF) headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The tournament will be held from August 21 to August 27 in Copehagen, Denmark. 🔴📺LIVE TV📲👉 BWF World Championships 2023 LIVE Badminton World Championships 2023: How to watch on TV and livestream online You can watch the 2023 BWF World Championships live online and for free on YouTube in the U.S., Canada, Australia and almost anywhere else, and on TNT Sports in the U.K.. Read on and we'll show you how to watch BWF World Championships badminton from anywhere with a VPN, and potentially for FREE. You can watch the badminton World Championships 2023 on Olympic Channel via It will also be available on the BWF TV YouTube channel and on various domestic television broadcasters: in Singapore, games can be watched on SPOTV. Check local listings for details. For fans in Singapore, Copenhagen is six hours behind Singapore Standard Time. If you are unable to find a screen to watch the matches, look out for's reports on the results and best of the action from the event. The world’s top badminton athletes gather in the Danish capital Copenhagen from 21–27 August for the 2023 BWF World Championships. Discover who the favorites are and how to watch the event. Viktor Axelsen and Yamaguchi Akane are back to defend their badminton world titles when the 2023 BWF Badminton World Championships take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, from 21–27 August. The tournament is available to stream live on Olympic Channel via (territorial restrictions may apply). The two returning winners are joined by their fellow defending champions Aaron Chia / Soh Wooi Yik of Malaysia (men’s), Chen Qingchen / Jia Yifan of People’s Republic of China (women’s), and Zheng Siwei / Huang Yaqiong also of China (mixed) in the doubles in Copenhagen. With the draw having taken place last Thursday, each of the 64 men’s singles and 48 women’s singles players as well as the 144 doubles pairs (48 in each event) know exactly who lies between them and the coveted world gold medal. Here is what you should know about the 2023 World Championships. Badminton World Championships 2023 Schedule The exact playing session times are to be confirmed. Monday 21 August: Round of 64 (men’s singles), round of 48 (all other categories) Tuesday 22 August: Round of 32 (men’s singles), round of 48 and 32 (all other categories) Wednesday 23 August: Round of 32 Thursday 24 August: Round of 16 Friday 25 August: Quarter-finals Saturday 26 August: Semi-finals Sunday 27 August: Finals BWF World Championships 2023 Live The BWF World Championships is the most prestigious standalone badminton tournament of the year, and a surefire way to separate the best from the rest. But which of the planet's top shuttlers will pick up a gold medal Copenhagen's Royal Arena over the next seven days? Reigning men's single champion Viktor Axelsen, the world No.1, would love to repeat the trick in front of thousands of fellow Danes, though he would have hoped for an easier opener than Nhat Nguyen. Having only just missed out on a seeding, former world No.2 Lee Zii Jia will have to take on No.5 seed Jonatan Christie in what promises to be the standout early tie. Yamaguchi Akane is the reigning world champion in the women's singles, but An Se-young enters the tournament as the top seed, having hoovered up seven BWF World Tour titles this year alone. The 21-year-old South Korean is in the same section as Indian superstar P. V. Sindhu who, as the No.16 seed, just managed to clinch a first-round bye. Just as well, considering she's lost her opening match at seven tournaments in 2023. Here's how to watch a 2023 BWF World Championships live stream online from anywhere.

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