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TOTAL BWF Thomas & Uber Cup Finals 2020 Draw
Date: 8/3/2020 11:38 AM
Published by : BWF PRESS RELEASE
The draw for the TOTAL BWF Thomas & Uber Cup Finals 2020 was staged at BWF Headquarters in Kuala Lumpur today.

Indonesia and Japan will headline as the top seeds for the Thomas Cup and Uber Cup respectively.

Here are the draw results:

Thomas Cup:
Group A: Indonesia, Malaysia, Netherlands, England
Group B: China, Chinese Taipei, Australia, France
Group C: Denmark, India, Germany, Algeria
Group D: Japan, Korea, Thailand, Canada

Uber Cup:
Group A: Japan, Chinese Taipei, Egypt, Spain
Group B: Korea, Indonesia, Australia, Malaysia
Group C: Thailand, Denmark, Scotland, Canada
Group D: China, India, France, Germany

This year’s TOTAL BWF Thomas & Uber Cup Finals will make history as the first finals in Europe, in the modern and dynamic Danish city of Aarhus.

With the ongoing support of our title sponsor TOTAL, this edition of the most prestigious men’s and women’s team competitions in badminton promises to be spectacular.

BWF Chief Operating Officer Stuart Borrie said: “We acknowledge the many disruptions this year to our calendar but we would like to assure you that the BWF continues to monitor the ongoing developments surrounding COVID-19 and to plan for a safe return to international badminton.

“We trust everyone within the badminton community is keeping safe and well and preparing for the return to international competition.”

To watch the draw ceremony, click here

For the full draw and seeding, click here.

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