Dominance and History: Top 15 Statistics of the Singapore Open Badminton Tournament


Tue Jun 04 2024

Singapore Open

The Singapore Open badminton tournament has a rich history filled with memorable moments and remarkable statistics. As one of the prestigious events on the badminton calendar, the tournament attracts top players from around the world, vying for glory and the coveted title. Let's delve into the top 15 statistics of the Singapore Open, highlighting key insights and historical achievements.

1. Shinta Mulia Sari/Yao Lei, the successful home representatives, clinched the Singapore Open title in 2010.

2. In 1961, Singapore was the only country to sweep all titles at the Singapore Open.

3. Japan and China have seeded players in all five events this year.

4. Anthony Sinisuka Ginting can make history by winning his third consecutive Singapore Open title, a feat achieved last by Zhang Ning in 2005.

5. Indonesia boasts the highest success rate in the Men's Singles event with 10 titles.

6. Indonesia holds a dominant position with a 56% winning rate at the Singapore Open since 2013.

7. Satwiksairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty are seen as India's hopefuls for their first Men's Doubles title at the Singapore Open.

8. South Korea's last victory in the Women's Doubles was 33 years ago with Chung Myung Hee/Chung So Young.

9. It has been 21 years since Kim Dong Moon/Ra Kyung Min secured a mixed doubles title for South Korea at the Singapore Open.

10. Malaysia is waiting for a Men's Singles or Men's Doubles title since 2008.

11. Noriko Takagi remains the only Japanese to win the Mixed Doubles in 1968.

12. Japan's Takuro Hoki/Yugo Kobayashi seek to defend their Men's Doubles title after 26 years.

13. Chen Qing Chen-Jia Yi Fan aim to match the achievements of Yang Wei/Zhang Jiewen with two Women's Doubles titles.

14. Chen/Jia and An Se Young are the only reigning champions in their respective events at the Singapore Open.

15. In the past decade, only four nations have won titles in Men's and Women's Doubles: China, Indonesia, Denmark, and Japan.

The Singapore Open has been a stage for badminton excellence, showcasing the talents of players from various countries. As the tournament continues to evolve, these statistics reflect the rich tapestry of history and dominance weaved by past champions. With exciting matchups and new contenders emerging, the future of the Singapore Open promises more thrilling moments and remarkable achievements in the world of badminton.