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Here you can find all the news and information about the Yonex Dutch Junior International badminton tournament, one of the biggest youth badminton events around the world.

This year, we received 328 entries from 36 different countries:

Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Chinese Taipei, Denmark, El Salvador, Great Britain, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldavia, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Singapore, Slovakia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, The Netherlands, USA and Vietnam

We hope to see you all in Haarlem, from February 28th till March 4th, 2018! Entrance is free every day, so don't hesitate to pay us a visit and watch some high quality badminton!

The Yonex Dutch Junior volunteers


Latest news

Very strong field of players at Yonex Dutch Junior International 2018, 09-02-2018

The entries for the YDJI have closed and the organisation is very pleased with the registrations. It is clear that the tournament is ready for a bigger location, looking at the long list of reserve players in each category. In terms of the number of entries, the tournament even surpassed the Dutch Open. Next year, in the new Duinwijckhall, we'll fortunately be able to play on six courts instead of four. Read more

328 entries from 36 different countries: a record, 31-01-2018

All entries for this year are in! In total we received entry forms from 328 players from 36 different countries, which is a new all time high for us! Thanks all for joining us! Read more

Yonex Dutch Junior lands its first big catch, 04-01-2018

The Chinese Badminton Association has once again decided to send her top youth players to the Yonex Dutch Junior International. In total this involves about 20 players. Read more

Conditions, entry forms and hotel forms online, 03-12-2017

Entries are open! Read more

Dutch Junior players win at the World Junior Championchips, 23-10-2017

Yesterdays finals at the BWF World Junior Championchips saw 9 Yonex Dutch Junior International Badminton competitors from the last two years fighting for the gold medals, 4 of them succeeded. Read more