BWF World Tour Finals 2021 Live stream, Schedule, Draws, Preview and Prediction

From schedule to live stream details, know all about the BWF World Tour Finals 2021 as the big guns gear up to fight it out for the ultimate prize.

BWF World Tour Finals 2021 Live stream
BWF World Tour Finals 2021

Following a long wait, the BWF World Tour Finals is here. The main event will see the eight best shuttles from different categories take on each other for the prestigious title. The tournament will be going down in Bali, Indonesia from 1st to 5th December. All eyes are set on the big guns as they aim for the ultimate prize following a hard-fought season.

Tournament Details

  • Tournament: BWF World Tour Finals 2021
  • Date: 1st to 5th December, 2021
  • Entries: 8 in each category
  • Venue: Bali, Indonesia
  • Prize Money: USD 1,500,000

Men’s singles Groups

Kento Momota
Kento Momota

From Olympic champion Viktor Axelsen to big guns Kento Momota and Lee Zii Jia, the men’s singles event is as big as it gets. Indians Kidambi Srikanth and Lakshya Sen too have been impressive lately and might emerge as the dark horses on the big stage. With the best of the best in action, the event promises to deliver to the fans’ expectations.

GROUP A

PositionPlayer
1Viktor Axelsen
2Rasmus Gemke
3Lakshya Sen
4Kento Momota

GROUP B

PositionPlayer
1Lee Zii Jia
2Srikanth Kidambi
3Kunlavut Vitidsarn
4Toma Junior Popov

Women’s singles Groups

French Open 2021 Final
Akane Yamaguchi

In the women’s singles, Japanese shuttler Akane Yamaguchi and Ratchanok Intanon are the top guns going into the event. Tokyo Games bronze medallist PV Sindhu, An Se-Young and Busanan Ongbamrungphan are other big guns in the mix. The World Tiur Finals are the main event and is all set to be a nerve-wracking affair.

GROUP A

PositionPlayer
1Pornpawee Chochuwong
2PV Sindhu
3Yvonne Li
4Line Christophersen

GROUP B

PositionPlayer
1Akane Yamaguchi
2Busanan Ongbamrungphan
3An Se-Young
4Yeo Jia Min

Indian squad for BWF World Tour Finals 2021

Men’s singles: Kidambi Srikanth, Lakshya Sen

Women’s singles: PV Sindhu

Men’s doubles: Chirag Shetty/Satwiksairaj Rankireddy

Women’s doubles: Ashwini Ponnappa/N Sikki Reddy

BWF World Tour Finals 2021 Predictions

Men’s Singles

Victor Axelson and Kento Momota
Victor Axelson and Kento Momota

With some big guns in the mix, the men’s singles title race is all set to be a mouthwatering affair at the World Tour Finals. The Denmark Open 2021 champion Axelsen and Momota seem to be the front runner for the time being. Former World no. 1 Kidambi Srikanth and Lee Zii Jia could emerge as a dark horse with the door wide ajar for the title.

Semifinalists Prediction: Viktor Axelsen, Kento Momota, Lee Zii Jia, Kidambi Srikanth

Women’s singles

Ratchanok Intanon and Akane Yamaguchi
Ratchanok Intanon and Akane Yamaguchi

The absence of Tokyo 2020 medallists Chen Yufei and Tai Tzu-Ying has sprung the women’s singles title race wide open at the Super 750 tournament. Denmark Open champion Yamaguchi and Sindhu seem to be front runners for the time being. Se-Young could emerge as a dark horse with the door wide ajar for the title.

Semifinalists Prediction: Akane Yamaguchi, PV Sindhu, An Se-Young and Pornpawee Chochuwong

BWF World Tour Finals 2021 Live Stream

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The BWF World Tour Finals 2021 Live stream will be telecasted on Star Sports Select 1 from 4th December 2021 in India. BWF World Tour Finals 2021 Live streaming will also be available on the Disney+Hotstar website and app from 4th December. For the residents of other nations, they enjoy the BWF World Tour Finals 2021 live streaming on the BWF TV Youtube Channel.

RegionBroadcasters
Czech RepublicCeská Televize
DenmarkV2
Finland
Norway
Sweden
Viaplay
FranceLe Equipe
GermanySportdeutschland TV
PolandPolsat Sport
SpainTV e
United Kingdom
Ireland
BT Sport
South America
Central America
Caribbean
Star+
AfricaStar Times
BruneiKrystal, Astro
ChinaZhibo TV
Chinese TaipeiELTA HD
Honk KongNow TV
IndiaStar Sports
IndonesiaTVRI, Vidio
JapanTV Asahi, J Sports
MalaysiaAstro
SingaporeStar Hub
VietnamVIV6, SC TV
ThailandTrue Visions
New ZealandSKY

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