Yonex Dutch Junior International

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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.

Next (and 40th!) edition will take place from Wednesday February 26 till Sunday March 1 2020.

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The 2019 edition was a huge success, again thanks to about 75 volunteers and 300 players from all over the world!

We hope to see you all back in 2020 at our 40th anniversary!

—The Yonex Dutch Junior volunteers

Rewatch the 2019 finals

Latest news

Withdrawal of the China team, 31-01-2020

Sadly the Chinese delegation has had to withdraw from this years’ Yonex Dutch Junior, due to the complications and uncertainty surrounding the Corona virus. Read more

Acceptance list, 31-01-2020

The entry is officially closed. Over 350 players from 28 countries—a record number of participants for us—will join the Yonex Dutch Junior International 2020 in a few weeks! Read more

A day of surprises, 02-03-2019

The level was raised once more on day 3 of the Yonex Dutch Junior International. At some point in the day it seemed as though no match could end without being extremely exciting in the third game. Read more

Another action packed day at the Dutch Junior, 01-03-2019

Another action packed day of excellent badminton in the DEGIRO-hal in Haarlem. Mixed doubles and a lot of singles were played on day two. Read more

Yonex Dutch Junior International has taken off!, 28-02-2019

You can prepare yourself for a lot (and we did!), but sometimes circumstances and technology have a mind of their own. Our brand new venue still has little secrets and surprises in store for us, but we are getting to know each other better and better, and we like it. It took us a while to get the live scoring going on day one, but now that it's up and running, we expect no big problems for the rest of the tournament. Read more

Where are players coming from this year?