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Badminton Asia Championship 2022 Prize Money Distribution

Badminton Asia Championship 2022 is a popular and professional tournament that is all set to kick off with the matches for the season. The tournament starts with the fixture for the season this April 26, 2022. Check Badminton Asia Championship 2022 Prize Money Distribution.

Badminton Asia Championship 2022 will be rolling out till May 01, 2022. The total prize money for the event is out now and the matches are set to kick start.

Check out more details about the Badminton Asia Championship 2022 Prize Money Distribution and other information here on this page.

Badminton Asia Championship 2022 Prize Money Distribution

The matches for the league are starting to roll out this season. The event will be hosting singles and doubles matches for the event.

The winner of the singles will be getting the cash prize of $30,000 whereas the finals will be getting the cash prize of $15,200.

The semi-finalists will be getting the cash prize of $5,800 whereas the quarterfinalist will be getting the cash prize of $2,400. The last 16 will receive the cash prize of $1,400.

The doubles winner will be getting the cash prize of $31,600. The doubles finals will be getting the cash prize of $5,600. The quarter-finalist will get the cash prize of $2,900. The team in the last 16 will get the cash prize of $1,500.

EventSinglesDoubles
Winner$30,000$31,600
Finals$15,200$15,200
Semifinals$5,800$5,600
Quarterfinals$2,400$2,900
Last 16$1,400$1,500

Badminton Asia Championships 2022 Top Seeds

Men’s Doubles

  • Indonesia – Mohammad Ahsan | Hendra Setiawan
  • Japan – Takuro Hoki | Yugo Kobayashi
  • India – Satwiksairaj Rankireddy | Chirag Shetty
  • Indonesia – Fajar Alfian | Muhammad Rian Ardianto
  • Malaysia – Aaron Chia | Soh Wooi Yik
  • Malaysia – Ong Yew Sin | Teo Ee Yi
  • South Korea – Choi Sol-Gyu | Seo Seung-Jae (withdrew)
  • Malaysia – Goh Sze Fei | Nur Izzudin

Women’s Doubles

  • China – Chen Qingchen | Jia Yifan
  • South Korea – Lee So-hee | Shin Seung-chan
  • South Korea – Kim So-Yeong | Kong Hee- Young
  • Japan – Yuki Fukushima | Sayaka Hirota
  • Japan – Nami Matsuyama | Chiharu Shida
  • Thailand – Jongkolphan Kititharakul | Rawinda Prajongjai
  • Malaysia – Pearly Tan | Thinaah Muralitharan
  • India – Ashwini Ponnappa | N. Sikki Reddy

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