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The YONEX Estonian International kicks off 2024
Date: 1/10/2024 2:13 PM
Published by : Sara Gonzalez Martinez (BEC)
Join us at the heart of European badminton action! From 11 to 14 January, the YONEX Estonian International 2024 will be taking place in the Kalevi Sports Hall, in Estonia's historic capital, Tallinn. This event not only marks a thrilling start to the European Circuit in 2024 but also plays a crucial role in the journey to the Olympic Games.

Estonia's own Kristin Kuuba leads the charge as the top seed in women’s singles. In women's doubles, the duo Kati-Kreet Marran/ Helina Rüütel, second seeds, promise to deliver great performances on home soil. They'll be joined by international shuttlers, all aiming for vital World and European Ranking points in this last stretch of Olympic qualification.

Your front-row seat to every moment
Can't make it to Tallinn? No problem! Every smash, rally, and victory will be broadcast live on BadmintonEurope.tv – and you can also watch it on demand. 

Here's the schedule of the tournament - all times indicated are in CET:
  • Thursday, 11 January: 8am - Qualification Rounds
  • Friday, 12 January: 8am - Main Round Kickoff
  • Saturday, 13 January: 9am - Quarterfinals; 3pm - Semifinals
  • Sunday, 14 January: 10am - Finals

Be part of the action in Tallinn
For those in Estonia, you can immerse yourself in the atmosphere by attending the tournament at the Kalevi Sports Hall. You can secure your tickets here.


Watch all matches live and on demand on BadmintonEurope.tv.

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