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European Schedule: August 11, 2016
Date: 8/10/2016 7:36 AM
Published by : Emma Lollike
The Olympic badminton tournament kicks off tomorrow and we have taken the liberty to make a schedule for August 11, 2016, showing you when the European players are scheduled to make their Olympic entrance in Riocentro – Pavilion 4.

First Europeans on court, will be Men’s Double Adam Cwalina/Przemyslaw Wacha (POL) and Mixed double Michael Fuchs/Birgit Michels (GER), on respectively court 1 and 3.

Scheduled for a late 9:05 PM(BRT)-match, 11th seed Kirsty Gilmour (GBR) is up against Sabrina Jaquet (SWI) - the two of them being the last Europeans scheduled for tomorrow.

In between, we will have entries from seeds such as [1] Carolina Marin (ESP), [4] Viktor Axelsen (DEN), [13] Rajiv Ouseph (GBR), [4] Joachim Fischer Nielsen/Christinna Pedersen (DEN).

In total, tomorrow will bring 31 entries with Europeans out of 51 possible. So if you want to catch a match with your favorite European player – chances are tomorrow is just the day for that.

Find the new and improved 'European schedule' with European times for August 11, here:
August 12, here:  
And the list of Olympic broadcasters can be found here

We want to underline, that there is no guarantee that the tournament will stay on time according to the schedule, and that the times function as a guideline for “kick off”. But we will try to keep you updated on our Twitter (@EuropeBEC), whenever the Europeans is entering their court.

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