2022 PETRONAS Malaysian Open

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  1. nokh88

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    The mountain top seats are a no no. You will be watching something like 80 degrees downwards.
     
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    it seems like the season pass can be resold individually as they issue them as a set of daily passes
     
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    @Cheung

    are u able to secure any tixs?
    I have been coming across posts like these recently, if you are interested let me know

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    not bought ticket because need Malaysian phone number to purchase on website.

    But I need two tickets because my daughter is with me. Not planning to go on weekend.

    RM 70 good price!
     
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    according to the main draw, I have sure I won't going to buy tickets from QF-Final days...
     
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    Any updates? Still can get tix for friday or saturday?

    Any website or counter to buy?

    What about malaysian masters? Any links? ;)
     
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    Happened to browse through BWF World Tour in Wiki, that MalaysiaOpen will be S1000 from next year onwards. India Open & Singapore Open will be upgraded S750 (SSP) and Canadian Open + Finland Open promoted to become S500 (SS). Well, if there is more prize money then its good, who will say not?

    and now i check the website, there are news on the host as well
     
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    https://www.badmintoncentral.com/fo...-world-tour-hosts-2023-2026-announced.189727/
     
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    Can I still get tickets for the competition after this?
     
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    Those who bought tickets for semi final on 2 July lucky. There will be Yonex Legend Vision exhibition plays by former greats like LCW and Peter Gade before the semi final matches.
     
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    Good chance for isolated quintet to see action
    https://www.thestar.com.my/sport/badminton/2022/06/27/good-chance-for-isolated-quintet-to-see-action

    ALL is not lost for five Japanese players who had contracted Covid-19 during the Indonesia Open in Jakarta last week to see action in the Malaysian Open.

    The Nippon Badminton Association, in a statement, have confirmed that the players were positive during the Indonesian Open.

    The five, who were absent from a training session at the Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil yesterday, are women’s singles player Sayaka Takahashi, women’s doubles Yuki Fukushima-Sayaka Hirota and mixed doubles Yuta Watanabe-Arisa Higashino.

    According to the statement, the first player, who started showing symptoms on June 23, tested positive a day later while four others tested positive on June 25.

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    Takahashi Sayaka was withdrawn from the NBA's list of players some time ago. She never entered Malaysia, which, of course explains why she wasn't at the arena yesterday. Let me point out here that the NBA, in its statement, did not name the players who tested positive.

    Incidentally, one player was found to be positive during the Indonesian Open; these five players tested positive during their training in Petaling Jaya, ... which means that Takahashi Sayaka is not part of the quintet.
     
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    Fukushima/Hirota, Sayaka Takahashi, India Thomas Cup heroes (Srikanth, Sen), Antonsen, among those players who had withdrawn here also three INA MD pairs as well (the Minions, Kusumawardana/Rambitan, Carnando/Marthin).
     
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    Tournament time-table

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    Prize Money Distribution (US$675,000)

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    Seems like Yuta/Arisa is still slated to play on Wednesday!
    As seen on tournamentsoftware, the pair is not listed as [WDN] like Yuki/Sayaka
     
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    I can't find Tsuneyama. He was slated to participate.
     
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    VA was supposed to meet him in the 1st round.
    Replaced with Brice
     
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    I am planning to attend the Malaysian Masters open which is a week after this tournament.

    What kind of covid check do you think they will do.

    Yes, I am unvax.

    Dun want to waste my tickets.
     
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    No Lakshya Sen, Srikanth Kidambi etc.
     
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