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Top 5 potential winners of the Swiss Open 2024

The Swiss Open 2024 is currently taking place at ST. JAKOBSHALLE in Basel, Switzerland. The tournament started on March 19, 2024, and will end with the finals on March 24, 2024. This prestigious badminton tournament has been held since 1955 and joined the BWF Super Series in 2007. With the quarter-finals currently underway after the round of 16 and 32 games, the 2024 Swiss Open promises to be an exciting event. Take a look at the potential winners in each category and join in on the action.

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Men’s Singles

Kidambi Srikant, a renowned Indian badminton player with a world rank of 27, has made it to the quarter-finals of the Swiss Open. He defeated Wang Tzu Wei of Chinese Taipei in a straight two-game match by 21-17, 21-18, and took over Lee Zii Jia, a Malaysian shuttler by 21-16, 21-15 to qualify for the quarter-finals. Although Kidambi Srikant hasn’t won any significant titles in the 2024 and 2023 badminton calendar, his previous games demonstrate his exceptional performance and skillset, which gives his fans hope for him to win the Swiss Open 2024 title. Kidambi will face Chia Hao Lee of Chinese Taipei in his Quarterfinals game.

Women’s Singles

The World ranks no.10 in Women’s single Beiwen Zhang of the USA shows great potential to win the Swiss Open 2024. She showcased a proficient game in her previous games with Asuka Takahashi of Japan where she won by 21-18, 22-20 also she defeated Supanida Katethong of Thailand in an interesting and dominant match of three games by 19-21, 21-16, 21-10 to qualify for the Quarterfinals of Swiss Opens. Beiwen Zhang has won the HYLO Open 2023 and Australian Open 2023 in badminton and is a strong contender to win the Swiss Open Title based on her game, mindset, skill and previous performance.

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Men’s Doubles

Lee Yang and Wang Chi-lin, the world ranked no. 10 badminton duo from Chinese Taipei, are strong contenders to win the Swiss Open 2024. They have displayed their dominance in the tournament so far, winning their first match against Fabricio and Davi of Brazil with a score of 21-7, 21-9 in just 23 minutes. In their second match against Kenya Mitsuhashi and Hiroki Okamura of Japan. They won with a score of 21-19, 19-21, and 21-17, thus qualifying for the Quarter Finals. They will now face Ben Lane and Sean Vendy of England. With their impressive performance in the Swiss Open and other tournaments, fans can expect Lee Yang and Wang Chi-lin to win the Swiss Open Title

Women’s Doubles

In the Women’s doubles Rin Iwanaga/Kie Nakanishi of Japan are showing great potential for the title of Swiss Open 2024. So far in the Swiss Opens they have defeated Chang Ching Hui/Yang Ching Tun of Chinese Taipei in a straight game of 2 matches by 21-15,21-15 also to qualify for the quarter-finals they overcame Lee Chia Hsin/Teng Chun Hsun of Chinese Taipei in an interesting game by 21-18,21-14. Rin Iwanaga/Kie Nakanishi have to face Hsu Ya Ching/Lin Wan Ching to qualify in the semis. But looking into their previous performance like winning bronze in Malaysia Opens 2024 and winning the Title of Syed Modi India International 2023 we can expect them to get the title of Swiss Opens.

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Mixed Doubles

In the Mixed Doubles, there is a lot of hope for the Danish Duo Mathias Christiansen/Alexandra BØje to clinch the title of Swiss Opens as their performance in previous tournaments was top-notch. Mathias Christiansen and Alexandra BØje, the world rank no.10 mixed duo, won against Rehan and Lisa of Indonesia with a score of 21-19, 21-16 in the round of 16 at the Swiss Open 2024.. Mathias Christiansen and Alexandra BØje won their match against Jesper and Clara of Denmark in the round of 32, advancing them to the Quarter Finals of the Swiss Open. They are in a good position to win the Swiss Open as they have already won the Singapore Open 2023 and Spain Masters 2023.

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Saket Sonwane

I am a passionate sports content writer who focuses on badminton, chess, and various athletic sports. Dedicated to delivering engaging narratives, insightful analyses.