Premier Badminton League 2020: Tickets, Schedule, Teams and More
They came, they smashed, they conquered. What a battle for the shuttle it was at this season's Premier Badminton League!
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The Premier Badminton League (PBL) is one of the top badminton leagues in the world. Its playing field features the top Indian and international badminton talent in the world, including multiple Olympic Medal Winners. Bengaluru Raptors emerged the champions of the 4th edition, with Mumbai Rockets continuing their runner-up streak.
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Tickets for Hyderabad leg are now on sale:
- 30th January - Pune 7Aces vs Chennai Superstarz | Mumbai Rockets vs North Eastern Warriors
- 31st January - Hyderabad Hunters vs Bengaluru Raptors
- 1st February - Pune 7Aces vs North Eastern Warriors | Awadhe Warriors vs Chennai Superstarz
- 2nd February - Hyderabad Hunters vs Mumbai Rockets
- 3rd February - Awadhe Warriors vs Pune 7Aces
- 4th February - North Eastern Warriors vs Chennai Superstarz | Bengaluru Raptors vs Mumbai Rockets
- 5th February - Hyderabad Hunters vs Pune 7Aces
- 6th February - Bengaluru Raptors vs Awadhe Warriors
- 7th February - 1st Semi-Final Match in Hyderabad
- 8th February - 2nd Semi-Final Match in Hyderabad
- 9th February - PBL 2020 Final Match
The teams and squads of Premier Badminton League (PBL) 2020
1. Chennai Superstarz:
Sumeeth Reddy | Dhruv Kapila | Gayathri Gopichand | Lakhsya Sen | Sankar Muthusamy Subramanian | Sanjana Santosh | Sathish Kumar Karunakaran | Satwiksairaj Rankireddy | Jessica Pugh | Tommy Sugiarto | Kirsty Gilmour
2. Awadhe Warriors:
Ajay Jayaram | Subhankar Dey | Tanvi Lad | Christinna Pedersen | Wong Wing Ki | Ivan Sozonov | Ko Sung-hyun | Shin Baek-cheol | Zhang Bheiwen
3. Pune 7Aces:
Arjun M.R. | Chirag Shetty | Mithun Manjunath | Rituparna Das | Chris Adcock | Gabby Adcock | Tse Ying Suet | Hendra Setiawan | Kazumasa Sakai | Loh Kean Yew | Vu Thi Trang
4. Bengaluru Raptors
Ansal Yadav | Arun George | B. Sai Praneeth | Medha Shashidharan | Tai Tzu-ying | Brice Leverdez | Rian Agung Saputro | Chan Peng Soon | Eom Hye-won
5. Northeastern Warriors
Ashmita Chaliha | Kaushal Dharmamer | Krishna Prasad Garaga | Rutaparna Panda | Michelle Li | Lee Cheuk Yiu | Kim Ha-na | Lee Yong-dae | Bodin Isara | Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk
6. Hyderabad Hunters
Gadde Ruthvika Shivani | N. Sukki Reddy | Priyanshu Rajawat | P. V. Sindhu | Sourabh Verma | Ben Lane | Sean Vendy | Liew Daren | Vladimir Ivanov
7. Mumbai Rockets
Kuhoo Garg | Parupalli Kashyap | Pranav Chopra | Ramchandran Shlok | Shreyansh Jaiswal| Shreyanshi Pardeshi | Pia Zebadiah Bernadeth | Kim Gi-jung | Kim Sa-rang | Lee Dong-keun
What went down at PBL Season 4:
Mumbai: The Mumbai leg witnessed killer smashes going down on court. We're still reeling from that point-by-point clash between Sindhu and Marin after they tied at 13. There was young Shriyanshi's brilliant performance against her higher-ranked competitor Evegeniya Kosetskaya that earned her a much-deserved win. Lakshya Sen also proved to have evolved as a player after he managed to defeat World. No 27 Lee Dong.
Hyderabad: Mark Caljouw's stellar performances - especially his epic win against P Kashyap, complete with a shirt-ripping celebration - had fans going crazy and were the talk of the town this leg. The prodigal duo Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and N Sikki Reddy also shone at the court with their comfortable ease in winning against Delhi Dashers and Bengaluru Raptors.
Pune: Pune 7 Aces' Ivanov and Kjaersfeld helped secure a riveting victory in their first home leg against Mumbai's Rockets Pia Zebadiah and Kim Gi Jun. There was also the epic battle of India's topmost shuttlers between PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal where the former won by 11-15, 15-9, 15-5. Tanongsak and Rituparna put up a fantastic show against their respective opponents Evgeniya and Tommy Sugiarto, leading North Eastern Warriors to their second win.
Ahmedabad: Mumbai Rockets had the court on fire as Kim Gi Jung - Lee Yong Dae's pairing left Chennai Smashers in the dust with their 15-8, 15-10 win. Beiwen Zhang of Awadhe Warriors won against Kirsty Gilmour (both of whom are tied in their record on the international circuit), adding an extra feather to her cap after her win against PV Sindhu earlier this season. PV Sindhu also made a thrilling comeback with her victory in the decider between Ahmedabad Smash Masters and Hyderabad Hunters. There was Viktor Axelsen's win against Mark Caljouw himself with 15-11, 13-15, 15-8 scores.
Bengaluru: Awadhe Warriors shot up to the top with the shuttle smashing Hyderabad Hunters closely behind - but Mumbai Rockets' duo Kim Gi Jung and Lee Yong Dae proved too much for the Hunters who missed their chances at keeping the PBL title. The duo however was trumped by the Raptors' Mohammad Ahsan and Hendra Setiawan in a thrilling win of 15-13 and 15-10 in the final. Performances to remember included Awadhe Warriors' Beiwen Zhang's amazing rally against Saina Nehwal, Sai Praneeth's trump against his higher ranked Sameer Verma and Mathias Christiansen's work with Yang against Chennai Smashers in match scores of 15-8, and 15-6.
Season 4 Standings
Awadhe Warriors - 25 points
Hyderabad Hunters - 24 points
Mumbai Rockets - 19 points
Bengaluru Raptors - 21 points
Pune 7 Aces - 17 points
Chennai Smashers - 15 points
Ahmedabad Smash Masters - 13 points
North Eastern Warriors - 11 points
Delhi Dashers - 6 points
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