As per the title To be honest, I have never been particularly enthralled by the Superseries finals. This year, we are seeing a lot of dropouts, perhaps after the Olympics, a number of players are mentally tired. Getting on with their lives and doing things they delayed because of the Olympics. The predecessor to the Superseries finals were the World Grand Prix finals. That, I remember was pretty well attended. Not sure why...was the money on offer much greater than the grand prix tournaments? Unfortunately, sponsorship was hard to come by and we see the same problem with the Superseries finals as well. How about scrapping the Superseries finals as an event? Does this help the players? Does it adversely affect the marketing of the game? It's a tough and painful question to ask. Would it be better served by making the World Championships at the end of the year instead of the Superseries finals? This would maintain the incentives for the players to attend. But now we've moved back to the 2 yearly cycle of WC.