Super 300

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Super 300 is the lowest tournament level in the BWF World Tour circuit. The Super 300 tournaments offer minimum prize money of US$150,000 (2022). The prize money is distributed via the following formula:

Round Singles Doubles
Winner 7.5% 7.9%
Runner-up 3.8% 3.8%
Semi-finalist 1.45% 1.45%
Quarter-finalist 0.6% 0.725%
Last 16 0.35% 0.375%

There are qualifying rounds in a Super 300 tournament and the entries will be closed 35 days before the tournament date.

The draw for men’s singles is 48 (40 main + 8 qualifications), and for the rest is 28 plus 4 qualifications. The tournament will be held for six days (Tuesday to Sunday). All qualifying rounds will be held on the first day of the tournament (if any).

Players from the same nation are not separated in the main draw of the Super 300 events. The top fifteen singles players and top ten doubles pairs in the World Ranking are not required to play all Super 300 tournaments.

Below are the lists of the Super 300 tournaments for the 2023-2026 BWF World Tour calendar:

No Tournament Host City Prize Money (USD)
1 German Open Mülheim an der Ruhr TBC
2 Hylo Open Saarbrücken TBC
3 India (name not confirmed yet) Lucknow TBC
4 Korea Masters Gwangju TBC
5 New Zealand Open Auckland TBC
6 Orléans Masters Orléans TBC
7 Spain Masters Madrid TBC
8 Swiss Open Basel TBC
9 Taipei Open Taipei TBC
10 Thailand Masters Bangkok TBC
11 US Open Texas TBC

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