1st Indo-Can Men's Doubles Open Badminton Tournament

Minimum $600 prize purse for the winning Men's Doubles Team!

Saturday October 7th

Registration Deadline Wednesday October 4th!

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1st Indo-Can Men's Doubles Open Badminton Tournament

Maples Collegiate

1330 Jefferson Ave

Saturday October 7th

9:30am - 5:00pm


Organized by DEEP GREWAL


Registration Deadline: Wednesday October 4th @ 11:59pm

Cost: $40

Tournament Includes: Referee, Shuttles, $600 Grand Prize (minimum), Consolation Prizes


Shuttles: Mavis 350

Format: Triple Knockdown (minimum 3 matches)


To Register Call Arvinder Chahal at 204-960-4557


Tournament Description:

Come and be a part of this first tournament organized by the Indo-Can Group of Winnipeg, who are very excited to host this tournament as well as many others in the future as well.  While this tournament is Men's Doubles only, they are planning on expanding their tournament in the future in partnership with Badminton Manitoba.  For this year though, men can lavish in the fact that the winner will receive at least $600!

At the very least you will get 3 matches in this new and exciting tournament!


Tournament Registration Fees will not be reimbursed after the registration deadline unless requests are accompanied  by a medical note or immediate family crisis.


Availability: Participants must be available to play during the entirety of the tournament.

Due to speed of play being unpredictable, participants are asked to be ready for the start of their match, regardless of the time that is posted online.

The tournament will enforce a strict 10 minute disqualification rule and 2-minute warm up rule.

Coaches are now required to register with Manitoba Badminton Association and to check in at the draw desk at each tournament.

Clothing: Participants must have an indoor change of clothing and non-marking athletic shoes.

Equipment: Participants must bring their own racquet(s).

Volunteers: If you would like to volunteer at the draw desk, please contact Arvinder Chahal at 204-960-4557

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