As the 2021 world champion defeats the Philippines in the opening rubber, Singapore progresses to the semi-finals in Phnom Penh, know the SEA Games 2023 badminton schedule and live streaming details 

Singapore will play top seeds and gold medal favourites Indonesia in the semifinals of the men’s team badminton sport at the 32nd Southeast Asian Games in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

That comes after Loh Kean Yew, the 2021 men’s singles world champion, took the initiative to help his side defeat the Philippines 3-1 in the competition’s opening round on Monday, May 8.

SEA Games 2023 badminton results today, schedule, date, time, draw, fixtures, score, live stream telecast

In the first 32 minutes of the match, Loh, who recently took home the silver medal at the Badminton Asia Championships, overcame Jewel Angelo Albo in straight games.

When Christian Bernardo and Alvin Morada defeated the Singaporeans in the second round 14-21, 15-21, Loh’s brother Kean Hean and doubles partner Andy Kwek quickly regained the advantage. Teh easily outclassed Lance Gabriel Vargas, winning 21-11 21-11.

Terry Hee and Nge Joo Jie, Singapore’s second doubles pair, battled courageously to win the match overall with a 13-21 21-19 21-18 victory despite falling behind to Solomon Padiz Jr. and Julius Villabrille very immediately.

With only seven teams competing in the men’s team event, Indonesia got a bye to the semifinals and will rest up for Wednesday’s encounter.

After defeating Vietnam 3-0, the Singaporean women’s team moved on to the round of four.

They will face off against a tough Thailand squad on Wednesday, which includes doubles world No. 9 Jongkolphan Kititharul/Rawinda Prajongjai.

The best athletes in this competition will compete in the BWF Sudirman Cup (the world mixed team championships) in Suzhou, People’s Republic of China, after the team matches, leaving less accomplished players to compete in the solo events.

Badminton at SEA Games 2023 semifinals schedule

Tuesday 9 May
Women’s team quarter-finals
Mixed team semi-finals

Men’s team quarter-finals

Wednesday 10 May
Women’s team semi-finals
Mixed team final

Men’s team semi-finals

Thursday 11 May
Women’s team final

Men’s team final

Friday 12 May
Men’s singles round of 32
Men’s doubles round of 32
Women’s singles round of 32
Women’s doubles round of 32

Saturday 13 May
Men’s singles round of 16
Men’s doubles round of 16
Women’s singles round of 16
Women’s doubles round of 16
Mixed doubles round of 32

Sunday 14 May
Men’s singles quarter-finals
Men’s doubles quarter-finals
Women’s singles quarter-finals
Women’s doubles quarter-finals
Mixed doubles round of 16

Monday 15 May
Men’s singles semi-finals
Men’s doubles semi-finals
Women’s singles semi-finals
Women’s doubles semi-finals
Mixed doubles quarter-finals

Tuesday 16 May
Men’s singles final
Men’s doubles final
Women’s singles final
Women’s doubles final
Mixed doubles semi-finals and final

Badminton at SEA Games 2023: How to watch action live online and TV

In Singapore, MediaCorp Channel 5 and its dedicated mewatch channels both stream the SEA Games. Phnom Penh is one hour behind Singapore.

Watch for news from the Cambodian capital if you can’t find a television to watch the badminton competition at the SEA Games.



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