Rio Olympics 2016 Badminton Finals, Live Stream Schedules: Gold Medal Matches for Men’s and Women’s Singles; Who will Win?By Anita Valencia
The final match for Rio Olympics badminton men's singles is just around the corner as today the world will find out who will get one step closer to the gold medal.
2016 Rio Olympics badminton men's singles semifinals
Today, two world's best shuttlers will duel for a spot in the final round. The classic match of Lin Dan and Lee Chong Wei is worth to witness. While we're waiting for the match to begin, you can cast your vote in Badminton Updates Twitter. As of this writing, the vote is won by Lee Chong Wei with 72 percent of voters.
The big showdown today! Who will win?
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In the separate match, Viktor Axelsen of Denmark will face Chen Long of China. Whoever wins this match may not have an easy road to gold since the winner needs to battle one of the two heavenly kings of badminton.
2016 Rio Olympics badminton women's singles finals
While the summer Olympics for men's singles has not done yet; today marks the end journey of four female players. Carolina Marin of Spain will battle against P.V Sindhu of India in a gold medal match. On the separate court, Li Xuerui of China versus Japan's Nozomi Okuhara will fight for a bronze medal.
2016 Rio Olympics badminton men's singles finals live stream schedules
The schedule of final round for men's singles will be on August 20 with the first match determining bronze medal winner and the later match will go for gold.
Viewers around the world can watch live stream of the Olympics events
NBC Olympics is one of the networks to watch live stream as it offers a complete live coverage of the current sports matches in the summer Olympics - which includes recaps. ESPN and Fox Sports can also be the alternative channels for live telecast for those in Latin America and Caribbean.
UK viewers are able to stream live badminton matches through BBCiPlayer. Australians can watch through Channel 7 Online and Middle Eastern countries can watch live stream from BeIN Sports Connect. Viewers in French can watch from Canal Plus whilst Africans via Supersports.
Star Sports or Hotstar for Indian viewers; Chunghwa Telecom for Chinese Taipei and SCTV and Nexmedia for Indonesians viewers.