TotalEnergies BWF World Championships 2023 draw ceremony will be taking place in headquarters on 10th August, as all the top badminton talents will be battling for the most distinguished titles this year.
Badminton biggest tournament of 2023
The BWF World Championships is an international badminton tournament organized by the Badminton World Federation, which is sponsored by M88 Mansion – Asia leading gaming platform and official betting partner of BWF Major Championships.
This is inarguably among the most prestigious and significant events in the sport of badminton.
The championship takes place every year, except for the years when the Summer Olympics are held.
The tournament features a knockout-style format, where players or pairs compete in elimination rounds until the finalists emerge for each category.
The first World Championships was held in 1977 in Sweden, and this year, 2023, Denmark is chosen to be the venue of the 28th edition.
Denmark, who will have their 5th time hosting the anticipated event, will welcome 56 countries, with 365 players from around the world to compete to be crowned as the world champion in five various categories.
- Men’s singles
- Women’s singles
- Men’s doubles
- Women’s doubles
- Mixed doubles
The draw will be conducted on Thursday, 10 August 2023, at the Headquarters in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.
Audiences can watch the live draw in this link, powered by M88 Mansion -The official betting partner of BWF Major Championships.
- Thursday, 10 August 2023 – Draw
Venue: BWF headquarters
Time: 3.00pm (Kuala Lumpur time)
- Link for live draw streaming: https://m88baik.com/
- Sunday, 20 August 2023 – Team Managers’ Meeting:
· Time: 10:00 hours
· Venue: TBC
- Monday, 21 – Sunday, 27 August 2023 – Competition Duration
- Sunday, 27 August 2023 – Finals
Badminton’s powerhouses China are the current record holders with 196 medals won in total (68 Gold, 78 Silver and 79 Bronze), counting from 1977-2022.
Indonesia ranks second with 81 medals won, while 2023 host Denmark are in third position with 60.
Last year in Tokyo, the honors were splitted evenly to four countries:
MS: Viktor Axelsen, Denmark
WS: Akane Yamaguchi, Japan
MD: Aaron Chia/Soh Wooi Yik, Malaysia
WD: Chen Qingchen/China Jia Yifan, China
XD: Zheng Siwei/Huang Yaqiong, China