Swedish Junior and Swedish U17 International

Part of Badminton Europe Junior Circuit 2020,

The tournament is a Junior International Series event

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Men's (MS) and women's (WS) singles, men's (MD) and women's (WD) doubles and mixed doubles (XD). According to BWF rules, players born in 2002 or later (U19) can be accepted. The maximum number of competitors accepted in the tournament is:


64 players in men’s and women’s singles

32 pairs in men’s and women’s doubles

48 pairs in mixed doubles

No qualifications will be played before the main draw. If there are more entries for an event than will be accepted, the players/pairs will qualify for the main draw in accordance with BWF Statutes, Section 5.2.3: Junior Tournament Regulations §7

It is required that every event in a particular BEC Junior Circuit tournament has at least 8 competitors (i.e. actual competitors, not merely entries). If the required number of competitors is not met, this particular event shall not count towards any ranking.

In accordance with regulation 9.4 in BWF Statutes, Section 5.3.3.2: World Junior ranking System,, an event must contain at least one entry from a Member Association other than the hosting Association. If an event does not contain at least one entry from a Member Association other than the hosting Association, this particular event shall not count towards any ranking.


More info: http://www.tournamentfyrisfjadern.se

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