The Japan Masters 2023, is the upcoming BWF World Tour, is set to kick off on November 14, following the conclusion of the Korea Open 2023 on November 12. This tournament, categorized as a BWF World Tour Super 500, holds significance as it is now a part of the BWF World Tour for the first time this year.
As badminton fans eagerly waits for the return of renowned players to the court, the Japan Masters 2023 would be an exciting showdown. Apart from the thrill of the game, much attention is drawn to the prize money at stake, a factor that adds intensity to the competition. The Japan Masters 2023 boasts a total prize money pool of USD 420,000, marking it as a BWF World Tour Super 500 tournament.
While this places it ahead in terms of prize money compared to BWF World Tour Super 300 tournaments, it falls slightly below the prize funds of other BWF World Tour events.
Japan Masters 2023 Prize Money Break Down
Breaking down the winnings, champions in both the men’s and women’s singles categories will seize USD 31,500 along with 9,200 BWF points each. Meanwhile, the runners-up in these categories will not leave empty-handed, securing USD 15,960 and 7,800 BWF points each. Shuttlers reaching the semi-final stage in both singles events will earn USD 6,090 and 6,420 BWF points each.
With such stakes on the line, the Japan Masters 2023 promises fierce competition and serves as a crucial battleground for players looking to secure both prestige and valuable BWF points that will impact their rankings at the end of the year. Stay tuned for updates on the schedule, participating players, and where to catch the live stream of this badminton spectacle.