Scottish Open 2017

Emirates Arena from 21 – 26 November

The Scottish Open is an annual event that is part of the Badminton World Federation Grand Prix series. It is the third oldest Championships in world badminton and always features entries from some of the top international badminton stars. Since 2012, it has been held in Glasgow’s Emirates Arena.

2017 Scottish Open Grand Prix

The 2017 Scottish Open Grand Prix will be held in the Emirates Arena from 21 – 26 November. Further Information will be updated here once it becomes available.  

2016 Scottish Open Grand Prix

The 2016 Scottish Open Grand Prix was even bigger than usual as it was a chance for players to acclimatize for the TOTAL BWF World Championships to be held in the same arena in 2017.

We saw young Scotland star Adam Hall and his partner Peter Mills progress all the way through to the final of the men’s doubles event - where they narrowly lost out to the Danish pairing of Christiansen and Daugaard. That win meant three titles for Denmark, after they also triumphed in the men’s and women’s singles event, and two titles for Malaysia, who had success in the women’s and mixed doubles.

In addition to the world-class action on court, there was a wealth of side events taking place. Thousands of schoolchildren were able to attend the Big Hit festivals that ran throughout the tournament and they were also joined on finals day by Judy Murray and TOTAL BWF World Championships 2017 Official Ambassador Finn Russell.

There was even more excitement on the Sunday with the unveiling of the World Championship’s official mascot, Nettie.

To see the full breakdown of results from the 2016 Scottish Open Grand Prix, visit our Tournament Software results listings.  

 

Watch the event highlights over on our YouTube channel

View all past Scottish Open winners going back to 1947

 

 

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