Indonesia Masters Badminton 2023: Day 5 Schedule, Fixture and Live Streaming Details

Top Indian shuttler Lakshya Sen gets knocked out of the Indonesia Masters 2023 after losing to Jonatan Christie 15-21, 21-10, 21-13 in the quarter-final match in Jakarta on Friday.

File photo of Indian badminton player Lakshya Sen; credit: Twitter/ @BAI_Media
By Sreejith C R | Jan 28, 2023 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

Top Indian shuttler Lakshya Sen gets knocked out of the Indonesia Masters 2023 after losing to Jonatan Christie in the quarter-final match in Jakarta on Friday. The World No. 3 Indonesia shuttler came from behind to beat Sen with a scoreline of 15-21, 21-10, 21-13. World No. 12 Sen, came into the match with a 1-0 head-to-head record and the Commonwealth Games champion showed his prowess as he opened a 8-5 lead and maintained it at the break. Although Christie managed to pull things back by leveling the score at 15-15, the Indian reeled off six straight points to pocket the opening game. Meanwhile, after the change of ends, Christie came out all guns blazing, racing to a 11-2 lead before leveling the match. The 25-year-old home favourite made a good start to the decider, taking a 5-1 lead. Christie marched to a 11-6 lead, maintained a healthy distance from his opponent to eventually seal the contest with a four-point burst. 

Christie will take on China’s Shi Yu Qi, who defeated compatriot Lu Guang Zu 21-10, 21-17, in the semi-finals on Saturday. Meanwhile, the second semi-final in the men’s singles section will feature Indonesia’s Chico Aura Wardoyo and Hong Kong’s Ng Ka Long Angus. In the women’s singles category, India Open champion An Se Young of South Korea marched into the last-4 after defeating Thailand’s Ratchanok Intanon 21-15, 21-15. The 20-year-old will play China’s Wang Zhi Yi of China in the semi-finals. Rio Olympics champion Carolina Marin of Spain will play China’s Han Yu in the second semifinal of women’s singles.  Later in the day, the Indian women’s doubles pair of Tanisha Castro and Ashwini Ponappa lost 13-21, 18-21 to Japan’s Yuki Fukushima and Sayaka Hirota in the quarter-finals, bringing down the curtain on India’s campaign. 

Men’s Singles semi-final Schedule 

FixtureTime (IST)
Shi Yu Qi vs Jonatan Christie9:50 am
Chico Aura Wardoyo vs Ng Ka Long Angus10:50 am

Women’s Singles Semi-final Schedule

FixtureTime (IST)
Wang Zhi Yi vs An Se Young11:30 am
Han Yue vs Carolina Marin10:30 am

Men’s Doubles Semi-final Schedule

FixtureTime (IST)
 Liu Yu Chen/ Ou Xuan Yi vs He Ji Ting/ Zhou Hao Dong 12:30 pm
Leo Rolly Carnando/ Daniel Marthin vs  Takuro Hoki/ Yugo Kobayashi11:50 am

Women’s Doubles Semi-final Schedule

FixtureTime (IST)
Liu Sheng Shu/ Zhang Shu Xian vs Jongkolphan Kititharakul/ Rawinda Prajongjai 9:30 am
Tan Pearly/ Thinaah Moralitharan vs Yuki Fukushima/ Sayaka Hirota10:10 am

Mixed Doubles Semi-final Schedule

FixtureTime (IST)
Jiang Zhen Bang/ Wei Ya Xin vs Yuki Kaneko/ Misaki Matsutomo11:10 am
Thom Gicquel/ Delphine Delrue vs Feng Yan Zhe/ Huang Dong Ping12:10 pm

When is the 2023 India Masters Badminton 2023 ?

The 2023 Indonesia Masters Badminton Championship  will commence on January 24 and end on January 29. 

Where to watch the Indonesia Masters Badminton 2023 ?

There is no telecast on a TV Channel for the event in India till the quarter-final stage, but fans can catch the live action via BWF’s official YouTube channel BWFTV. 

From Thursday (January 26) onwards, Sports 18-1 will telecast the matches live, while live streaming is provided by JioCinema and Voot Select.