Commonwealth Games 29th July 2022 Badminton Preview, Schedule, Full schedule of Badminton at the CWG 2022, Where to Watch, Live Stream Here’s the schedule for the Commonwealth Games 2022. Fri 29 Jul Badminton is blisteringly fast and always exciting. Coupled with its popularity across Commonwealth member nations, this makes it perfect for the Games. commonwealth games 2022 badminton qualification
Commonwealth Games 29th July 2022 Badminton Preview, Schedule, players, Where to Watch, Live Stream
Badminton Commonwealth Games 29th July 2022
The NEC Hall 5
13:30 – 17:00 (Local Time)
Mixed Team Event Qualifying Round 1
England v Barbados
Singapore v Mauritius
South Africa v Jamaica
Malaysia v Zambia
Badminton turned into a piece of the Commonwealth Games in 1966 and at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, it will be the fifteenth organizing of the racquet sport and the second time that it is being challenged on English soil for the Games. With six occasions – ladies’ singles, men’s singles, ladies’ duplicates, men’s copies and blended pairs and the Mixed Team contest, involving the decoration occasions, the badminton matches will be fanned out across the full range of the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Beginning from 29th July, the last badminton occasion matches will finish up just on eighth August. The badminton matches will happen at the National Exhibition Center in Solihull – the setting which will likewise have the boxing, netball, para powerlifting, table tennis, and weightlifting occasions.
Among the taking part countries, India positions high as a badminton country, particularly in the new range, considering how Indian badminton has been on the ascent. Throughout the entire existence of the Commonwealth Games, India has amassed 25 awards – 29 gold, 21 silver, and 14 bronze and is put third on the general decoration count, behind England and Malaysia. Going into the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, India will be the reigning champs in the Mixed Team occasion where the group had ceremoniously won the gold at the 2018 Gold Coast release, overcoming Malaysia in the finals.
The Indian badminton crew at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games (Source: Getty) The Indian badminton crew at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games (Source: Getty) Moreover, in the singles in last release, it was an all-India conflict in the ladies’ singles with Saina Nehwal taking gold and Sindhu asserting silver while even Kidambi Srikanth secured silver in the men’s singles, losing to the amazing Lee Chong Wei. In the men’s duplicates, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty won silver too while in the ladies’ pairs, Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy stowed bronze.