|Date||R||Thuis vs Uit||-|
|08/02 04:50||1||Polii/Rahayu vs Fan Jia/Chen||2-0|
|08/02 04:00||50||Lee/Shin vs Kim/Kong||0-2|
|07/31 02:30||2||Kim/Kong vs Chen/Fan Jia||0-2|
|07/31 00:50||2||Polii/Rahayu vs Lee/Shin||2-0|
|07/29 09:30||3||Fukushima/Hirota vs Chen/Fan Jia||1-2|
|07/29 09:30||3||Lee/Shin vs Piek/Seinen||2-0|
|07/29 08:00||3||Kim/Kong vs Matsumoto/Nagahara||2-1|
|07/29 08:00||3||Polii/Rahayu vs Du/Hui Li||2-1|
|07/27 11:00||1||Lee/Shin vs Du/Hui Li||2-0|
|07/27 10:20||1||Stoeva/Stoeva vs Kititharakul/Prajongjai||2-1|
|07/27 09:40||1||Honderich/Tsai vs Hany/Hosny||2-0|
|07/27 09:00||1||Matsumoto/Nagahara vs Piek/Seinen||2-0|
The women's doubles badminton tournament at the 2020 Summer Olympics took place from 24 July to 2 August at the Musashino Forest Sport Plaza at Tokyo. There were 16 pairs (32 players) from 14 nations competing.
Greysia Polii and Apriyani Rahayu of Indonesia won the gold medal. It was their first Olympic medal, the country's first from badminton women's doubles, and the only gold won by the contingent in Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Indonesia also became the second country to have won all five Olympic badminton events, after China in London 2012 Olympics.