|Date||R||Kodus vs Võõrsil||-|
|06/11 06:00||1||Chen/Fan Jia vs Baek/Lee||2-0|
|06/10 06:50||2||Zhang/Zheng vs Baek/Lee||1-2|
|06/10 04:00||2||Chen/Fan Jia vs Li/Liu||2-0|
|06/09 08:00||3||Iwanaga/Nakanishi vs Zhang/Zheng||1-2|
|06/09 07:40||3||Li/Liu vs Matsumoto/Nagahara||2-0|
|06/09 04:40||3||Baek/Lee vs Matsuyama/Shida||2-1|
|06/09 04:00||3||Chen/Fan Jia vs Kim/Kong||2-0|
|06/08 13:00||4||Iwanaga/Nakanishi vs Rahayu/Ramadhanti||2-1|
|06/08 12:00||4||Hirokami/Kato vs Zhang/Zheng||0-2|
|06/08 11:15||4||Fukushima/Hirota vs Li/Liu||0-2|
|06/08 11:05||4||Matsumoto/Nagahara vs Kusuma/Pratiwi||2-1|
|06/08 06:20||4||Yeung/Yeung vs Baek/Lee||0-2|
The Singapore Open is a badminton event that has been held in Singapore annually since 1929. Badminton World Federation categorised Singapore Open as one of the six BWF World Tour Super 750 events in the BWF events structure since 2023.
In 1929, the Singapore Badminton Association (SBA) was established to promote the sport and organise competitions. Its first official annual open championships was held in that same year with the best players chosen to represent Singapore in the regional tournaments. In 1957, it became an open invitation championships and was held annually until 1973. In 1987–1989, the tournament was known as the Konica Cup, an invitation championships exclusively for Asian players, and in 1990, for the first time entered the International Badminton Federation Grand Prix circuit. In 2007, Singapore Open was part of the BWF Super Series event. In 2018, it was designated as one of the seven BWF World Tour Super 500 events.