We are looking forward to hosting you at the Austrian Open 2021 in Graz!
M&Q Report (using the BWF World Ranking of 27/04/21)
Seeding and draw (using the BWF World Ranking of 04/05/21)
Tournament Guide (including covid-19-rules) – Important updates from May 19 due to new entry regulations in Austria!
Help for the Pre-Travel-Clearance (PTC)
The schedule for the first two days (May 27th and 28th) is already published on tournamentsoftware .
|Thu, 27.05||09:30||Qualification (First round in all events, second round in MS and XD)|
|Fri, 28.05||09:30||Qualification (Remaining rounds in MS, WS, MD and WD)|
|13:00||Main Draw (First Round)|
|Sat, 29.05||10:00||Main Draw (Second Round)|
|17:00||Main Draw (Quarterfinals)|
Host City: Graz
Fotos (c) Graz Tourismus – Werner Krug, Harry Schiffer, Harry Schiffer
Graz is the second largest city in Austria and it’s historic center is one of the best-preserved city centers in Central Europe and a UNESCO world heritage site. It is also known as a seat of higher education with four universities and almost one fifth of it’s population being students.
Graz was designated the Cultural Capital of Europe in 2003 and named a City of Culinary Delights in 2008 (wikipedia.org).