Malaysian Open 2018
An exciting trip to Kuala Lumpur mixed in with world class badminton makes for a Malaysian experience you don't want to miss out on. Badminton has become a popular and important sport in Asia and the annual Malaysian Open is quickly becoming an event international badminton fans don’t want to miss out on. The championship game as well as others leading up to the finals can be seen live from the Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia. A combination of amazing badminton and a chance to catch stars of the future make the Malaysian Open a wonderful event, so make sure you buy your Malaysian Open tickets at StubHub and reserve your seat today. If you find yourself with extra tickets, you can also sell your tickets on StubHub's secure platform.
A history of the Malaysian Open
The Malaysia Open badminton competition has been going on since 1937. Various Asian and European badminton athletes participate in each round of the game. In the 90's, the Indonesia and Chinese badminton team dominated in multiple international badminton competitions like the Indonesia Open, including winning various groups of Malaysia Open matches. The two countries continue to be powerhouse favourties but the competition between all the countries is tougher every year!
Champion Malaysia Super Series
Malaysia Open is also known as Malaysia Super Series. Various countries participate in this competition, such as China, Indonesia, Japan, and South Korea, as well as some countries outside of Asia like Spain and Denmark. While the Asian countries tend to be fierce competitors and favourite winners, the non-Asian countries have represented strongly as well. Carolina Marín is a badminton player from Spain who was the winner of this competition in 2015. And Finland have taken home gold in both the men’s and women’s doubles various times over the years. Malaysian badminton player Lee Chong Wei has earned gold in the men's singles a record breaking 11 times. The 2018 Malaysia Open will be his most difficult year yet as he faces in the top half number one raked, Viktor Axelsen of Denmark, Shi Yuqi of China, Olympic champion Chen Long of China, and five-time world champion Lin Dan also of China.
Who will win Malaysia Open 2018? This year's competition will be fiercer than ever with all top 10 players participating in singles and doubles events! You definitely don’t want to miss out on the final game as it will be the most exciting of the tournament! Get your Malaysian Open tickets for each round at StubHub! You can also attend other exciting sports tournaments from Malaysia such as Motogp Malaysia.