Langridge and men's doubles partner Marcus Ellis, with whom he finished third at the Rio Olympic Games, reached the quarter-finals of the event last year, which will take place at Birmingham's Barclaycard Arena from March 7.
They face Indonesian seventh seeds Angga Pratama and Ricky Karanda Suwardi in their opening match, a duo they have yet to face across the net.

Chris Langridge (GBR) of Britain and Marcus Ellis (GBR) of Britain play against Kim Ki-Jung (KOR) of South Korea and Kim Sa-Rang (KOR) of South Korea.

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It comes just weeks after badminton's appeal against UK Sport funding cuts was rejected, meaning the sport will receive no investment for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic cycle despite exceeding targets in Rio.
But Langridge is confident a bumper home crowd can roar English players on to success, to show the nation's players can still contest with the world's best despite recent events.
"The All England is one of the most prestigious tournaments in the badminton world," he said.
"It's the badminton version of Wimbledon so it's a hugely important tournament for everyone.

Marcus Ellis and Chris Langridge

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"It's amazing to have it in England and we look forward to playing in front of our home supporters.
"The crowd are so loud, they're really involved and it's always a sell-out.
"Hopefully it'll be a platform for us to show everyone how good we still are even without the funding."
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