The World Badminton Federation announces the remaining schedule for this year, the season restarts on August 11

The World Badminton Federation announces the remaining schedule for this year, the season restarts on August 11
World Badminton Federation announced the remaining schedule for 2020 today.Figure / World Badminton Federation The World Badminton Federation officially announced the remaining schedule for 2020. The season began on August 11th, and Hyderabad, India officially restarted. The Guangzhou Finals in mid-December officially ended.According to the schedule, the Hyderabad Open on August 11-16 will be the first stop of the World Badminton Federation after more than 5 months of suspension. The next week will be the Hainan Lingshui Masters which is originally scheduled for the end of February.The top badminton top-level tournament, the Youyou Cup and the Tournament Finals, are scheduled for October 3-11 in Aarhus, Denmark, and December 16-20 in Guangzhou.In the initial three Super 1000 races, the All England Open has ended as scheduled in March; the Chinese Open in Changzhou will remain unchanged from September 15-20; the Indonesian Open originally scheduled for FebruaryIt is predicted to November 17-22.22 races are planned for more than 4 months, and there are competitions every week.It is about Olympic points and the schedule is intensive. The World Badminton Federation said it will also modify the rules for compulsory participation.According to current rules, the top 10 singles and top 15 doubles players must participate in at least 12 races each year, including all 3 Super 1000 races, 5 Super 750 races, and 5 Super 500 races.station.The World Badminton Federation also proposed that the schedule announced this time is only a temporary plan, “We will not resume the game plan until we are absolutely guaranteed.””” Sauna, Night Net Editor Liu Chen Han Shuangming Proofreading Lu Qian