The main draw of the Yones Denmark Open gets underway on Wednesday (19 October) after the qualifying matches came to an end on Tuesday. The Mixed doubles event started a day prior, but the singles and doubles players will play their first round matches on Wednesday.

Chen Long and Li Xuerui are the defending champions in the men's and women's singles events, respectively. However, both the players are not participating to defend their titles. World number one in the men's and women's categories Lee Chong Wei and Carolina Marin, respectively are the top seeds for the 2016 tournament.

Men's Singles

Ajay Jayaram vs Boonsak Ponsana – Court 2 – 10.15am BST

Lucas Claerbout vs NG Ka Long An – Court 1 – 1.15pm BST

Rajiv Ouseph vs Iskandar Zulkarnain – Court 2 – 2pm BST

Tian Houwei vs Pablo Abian – Court 3 – 3.30pm BST

Lee Chong Wei vs Wei Nan – Court 3 – 5pm BST

Jeon Hyeok Jin vs Viktor Axelson – Court 1 – 5.45pm BST

Shi Yuqi vs Jan O Jorgenson – Court 2 – 6.30pm BST

Women's Singles

Carolina Marin vs Julie Jakobsen – Court 2 – 9.30am BST

Hsu Ya Ching vs Porntip Buranapras – Court 4 – 11am BST

Mette Poulsen vs Amalie Hertz Hans – Court 2 – 12.30 BST

Sun yu vs Kim Hyo Min – Court 4 – 2pm BST

Akane Yamaguchi vs Nitchaon Jindapol – Court 4 – 2.45pm BST

Nozomi Okuhara vs Yip Pui Yin – Court 1 – 2.45pm BST

Linda Zetchiri vs Tai Tzu Ying – Court 4 – 5.45pm BST

He Bingjiao vs PV Sindhu – Court 2 – 5.45pm BST

Xiaoyu Liang vs Sung Ji Hyun – Court 4 – 6.30pm BST

Where to watch

There is no live TV coverage in the UK, but you can follow it live on BWF's official YouTube channel.

The live scores of the matches can also be found HERE.