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Where to watch the World Tour Finals
Date: 12/13/2023 1:12 PM
Published by : Sara Gonzalez Martinez (BEC)
The HSBC BWF World Tour Finals 2023 kick off today, Wednesday, December 13, and will run until Sunday, December 17. Find out how to watch the matches.

The prestigious annual event brings together top players from around the world in a culmination of the year's BWF World Tour tournaments. Among the European contenders are Danish powerhouses Viktor Axelsen and Anders Antonsen, along with Spaniard Carolina Marin. The Danish duo Kim Astrup/ Anders Skaarup Rasmussen will also be looking to make their mark in the last big event of the year. 

Here's where you can watch the HSBC BWF World Tour Finals 2023:

  • Czech Republic: Czech TV (CT Sport)
  • Denmark: TV2 Denmark (TV2 Sport, TV2 Play)
  • England: TNT Sports – formerly BT Sports (TNT Sports 1, 2, 3
  • France: L’equipe (
  • Germany: Sport Deutschland (OTT)
  • Hungary: MTVA Hungary (M4 Sport)
  • Netherlands: Ziggo Sport (Ziggo Sport Tennis channel)
  • Poland: Polsat (Sport Extra)
  • Russia: MatchTV (Pay TV, FTA)
  • Slovakia: JOJ (JOJ Sport)
  • Balkans: Arena Sports (Pay TV)

Olympic Channel: OTT (Geoblocked in countries with right-holder broadcasters) 
BWF TV: YouTube (Geoblocked in countries with right-holder broadcasters)

Click here to see the broadcasters for the results of the world.

Check your local TV guides for broadcast times and details.

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