PBL 2018-19: complete Schedule, Teams, Players, Time Table, Telecast and Live Streaming: All you need to know

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The fourth season of the Premier Badminton League (PBL) will kick off from December 22 at The National Sports Club of India, Mumbai with old competitors Carolina Marin and PV Sindhu going head-to-head in the opening clash in Mumbai. It hasn’t been a splendid year for Indian shuttlers as far as the results across the global meets are concerned, but badminton queen, PV Sindhu bagged the World Tour Title by beating Nozomi Okuhara right before the start of PBL and became the only Indian Shuttler to win the World Tour title

For the new PBL season, a total of 9 franchisees will lock horns in the event that would last for 23 days. The said franchisees are: Delhi Dashers, Mumbai Rockets, Hyderabad Hunters, Chennai Smashes, Ahmedabad Smash Masters, Awadhe Warriors, Bengaluru Raptors, North Eastern Warriors and Pune 7 Aces.

Premier Badminton League Season 4 teams:

Ahmedabad Smash Masters
Player Name Salary
Viktor Axelsen (Denmark) 80 lakhs
Anoushka Parikh 3 lakhs
Sikki Reddy 29 lakhs
Satwiksairaj Rankireddy 52 lakhs
Lee Chun Hei (Hong Kong) 18 lakhs
Kidambi Nandagopal 1 lakhs
Kirsty Gilmour (Scotland) 26 lakhs
Vaishnavi Bhale 1 lakhs
Darren Liew (Malaysia) 33 lakhs
Sourabh Verma 16 lakhs
Awadhe Warriors
Player Name Salary
Son Wan Ho (South Korea) 70 lakhs
Ashwini Ponnappa 32 lakhs
Mathias Christiansen (Denmark) 37 lakhs
Lee Yang (Chinese Taipei) 31 lakhs
Beiwen Zhang (USA) 39 lakhs
Lee Dong Keun (South Korea) 36 lakhs
Sanyogita Ghorpade 1 lakhs
Gurusaidutt 7 lakhs
Rasika Raje 2 lakhs
MR Arjun
Bengaluru Raptors
Player Name Salary
Kidambi Srikanth 80 lakhs
Mohd Ahsan (Indonesia) 42 lakhs
Hendra Setiawan (Indonesia) 42 lakhs
Sai Praneeth 42 lakhs
Mithun Manjunath 2 lakhs
Lauren Smith (England) 20 lakhs
Sanjana Santosh 2 lakhs
Marcus Ellis (England) 20 lakhs
Vu Thi Trang (Vietnam) 9 lakhs
Nygun Tien Minh (Vietnam) 6 lakhs
Chennai Smashers
Player Name Salary
Sung Ji Hyun (South Korea) 80 lakhs
Gabby Adcock (England) 36 lakhs
Rutaparna Panda 2 lakhs
Chris Adcock (England) 54 lakhs
Sumeeth Reddy 10 lakhs
Saili Rane 1 lakhs
Rajiv Ouseph (England) 24 lakhs
Parupalli Kashyap 5 lakhs
Or Chin Chung (Hong Kong) 15 lakhs
Chong Wei Feng (Malaysia) 14 lakhs
Delhi Dashers
Player Name Salary
HS Prannoy 80 lakhs
Tommy Sugiarto (Indonesia) 70 lakhs
Chai Biao (China) 42 lakhs
Wang Sijie (China) 15 lakhs
Maneepong Jongjit (Thailand) 23 lakhs
Harika V 1 lakhs
Evgeniya Kosetskaya (Russia) 5 lakhs
Vignesh Devlekar 1 lakhs
Chirag Sen 1 lakhs
Lee Chia Hsin (Chinese Taipei) 20 lakhs
Hyderabad Hunters
Player Name Salary
PV Sindhu 80 lakhs
Eom Hye Won (South Korea) 27 lakhs
Kim Sa Rang (South Korea) 45 lakhs
Bodin Issara (Thailand) 21 lakhs
Sai Uttejitha Rao 1 lakhs
Lee Hyun il (South Korea) 60 lakhs
Arun George 1 lakhs
Meghna J 3 lakhs
Mark Caljouw (Netherlands) 7 lakhs
Rahul Yadav 3 lakhs
Mumbai Rockets
Player Name Salary
Lee Yong Dae (South Korea) 80 lakhs
Pia Zebadiah (Indonesia) 15 lakhs
Kim Gi Jung (South Korea) 45 lakhs
Sameer Verma 42 lakhs
Shriyanshi Pardeshi 1 lakhs
Anders Antonsen (Denmark) 55 lakhs
Kuhoo Garg 2 lakhs
Manu Attri 18 lakhs
Pratul Joshi 1 lakhs
Anura Prabhudesai 1 lakhs
North Eastern Warriors
Player Name Salary
Saina Nehwal 80 lakhs
Kim Ha Na (South Korea) 40 lakhs
Yoo Yeon Seong (South Korea) 49 lakhs
Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk (Thailand) 20 lakhs
Tian Houwei (China) 32 lakhs
K Maneesha 1 lakhs
Liao Min Chun (Chinese Taipei) 20 lakhs
Dhruv Kapila 1 lakhs
Siril Verma 3 lakhs
Rituparna Das 6 lakhs
Pune 7 Aces
Player Name Salary
Carolina Marin (Spain) 80 lakhs
Chirag Shetty 14 lakhs
Mathias Boe (Denmark) 50 lakhs
Vladimir Ivanov (Russia) 17 lakhs
Line Kjaersfeldt (Denmark) 31 lakhs
Lakshya Sen 11 lakhs
Brice Leverdez (France) 20 lakhs
Sony Dwi Kuncoro (Indonesia) 10 lakhs
Ajay Jayaram 10 lakhs
Prajakta Sawant

 

Premier Badminton League Season 4 Schedule:

Premier Badminton League Season 4: Telecast and Live Streaming

Star Sports Network has acquired the exclusive broadcasting rights for the Premier Badminton League (PBL) 2018-19 season. The live streaming of the PBL season 4 will be available on Star Sports OTT platforms Hotstar, Jio TV and Airtel TV.