|Date||R||Home vs Away||-|
|10/24 10:40||-||Astrup/Rasmussen vs Hoki/Kobayashi||0-2|
|10/23 10:00||2||Astrup/Rasmussen vs Goh/Izzuddin||2-1|
|10/23 09:20||-||Hoki/Kobayashi vs Lamsfuss/Seidel||2-1|
|10/22 15:30||-||Ong/Teo vs Lamsfuss/Seidel||0-2|
|10/22 14:00||-||Koga/Saito vs Hoki/Kobayashi||0-2|
|10/22 12:00||-||Fikri/Maulana vs Astrup/Rasmussen||1-2|
|10/22 10:30||-||Alfian/Ardianto vs Goh/Izzuddin||0-2|
|10/21 15:00||-||Lee/Yang vs Lamsfuss/Seidel||0-2|
|10/21 15:00||-||Rankireddy/Shetty vs Goh/Izzuddin||1-2|
|10/21 14:40||-||Ong/Teo vs Dunn/Hall||2-0|
|10/21 14:20||-||Alfian/Ardianto vs Arjun M.R./Kapila||2-1|
|10/21 14:20||-||Koga/Saito vs Chia/Soh||2-0|
The Denmark Open, or formerly known as Danish Open, is an annual badminton tournament held in Denmark and organized by Danmarks Badminton Forbund.
The Denmark Open was part of the BWF Super Series Premier from 2011 to 2017. BWF categorised it as one of the five BWF World Tour Super 750 events per the BWF events structure since 2018.
The tournament started in 1935. It was interrupted by World War II and was on hiatus from 1955 through 1964. It seeks to draw the top players from around the World. The tournament is usually played in late October each year.