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2022 Australian Open

November 15, 2022 - November 20, 2022

2022 Australian Open Badminton

Last updated on November 20, 2022

The 2022 Australian Open (official and sponsored title: Sathio Group Australian Open 2022) was an international badminton tournament that took place at the Quaycentre (formerly known as the Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre) in Sydney, Australia from 15 to 20 November 2022. It had a total prize pool of US$180,000 and was categorized as a Super 300 event.

The 2022 Australian Open was the only premier badminton event held in Oceania this year due to the cancellation of the 2022 New Zealand Open. Following the revamped BWF World Tour for the 2023-2026 calendar, the status of the Australian Open will be upgraded to a Super 500 event for the next four years with a minimum total purse of 420,000 US dollars.

2022 Australian Open
Date 15 — 20 November
Edition 32nd
Category Super 300
Draw 32MS/32WS/32MD/32WD/32XD
Prize money $180,000
Location Sydney, Australia
Venue Quaycentre
Men’s singles 🇨🇳 Shi Yuqi
Women’s singles 🇰🇷 An Se-young
Men’s doubles 🇨🇳 Liu Yuchen
🇨🇳 Ou Xuanyi
Women’s doubles 🇨🇳 Zhang Shuxian
🇨🇳 Zheng Yu
Mixed doubles 🇰🇷 Seo Seung-jae
🇰🇷 Chae Yoo-jung


Click the event to see a full draw and match results.

Event Main Draw Entries Qualifying Position for Main Draws
Men’s singles 32 16 > 4
Women’s singles 32  8 > 4
Men’s doubles 32  8 > 4
Women’s doubles 32
Mixed doubles 32  8 > 4

Competition schedule

All times and dates used Australian Eastern Daylight Time (UTC+11).

Date Competition Start Time
15/11 All qualifying rounds 09.00 a.m.
16/11 Round of 32 09.00 a.m.
17/11 Round of 16 01.00 p.m.
18/11 Quarter-finals 03.00 p.m.
19/11 Semi-finals 01.00 p.m.
20/11 Finals 01.00 p.m.


This tournament was held at the Quaycentre, an indoor facility with a seating capacity of 3854 and an additional 1152 retractable seats, enabling a total of around 4,500.

Situated 400 meters south of Stadium Australia, the Quaycentre was used for table tennis and taekwondo during the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

Prize money

A prize fund of US$180,000 was distributed and awarded as per the table below.

Event Singles Doubles
Winner $13,500 $14,220
Finalist $6,840 $6,840
Semi-finals $2,610 $2,520
Quarter-finals $1,080 $1,305
Last 16 $630 $675

Also held in Australia


  1. 2022 Australian Open Tournament Prospectus


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