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Kento Momota of Japan defeated Anthony Ginting to win the finals Singapore Open Badminton title by rally for a thrilling 10-21, 21-19, 21-13 victory at Singapore Indoor stadium in Singapore. The tournament was held from 9th to 14th April, 2019 and had a total purse of $355,000. In the women’s singles final, Taiwanese badminton star ..
The 2019 Malaysia Open, officially known as the CELCOM AXIATA Malaysia Open 2019, is a badminton tournament which takes place at Axiata Arena in Malaysia. It has a total purse of $700,000. This year, sports event was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 2nd to 7th April, 2019. Lin Dan of China has claimed title ..
Chinese badminton ace Lin Dan clinched the 2019 men’s singles Malaysia Open at Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur on April 7. After an electric performance , he beat countryman Chen Long 9-21, 21-7, 21-11. The title is Lin’s first win this year, and also his first major success since taking the Malaysia Open in 2017.
Topics: Axiata Arena • Badminton • Chen Long • Commanders of the Order of Meritorious Service • Lee Chong Wei • Lin Dan • Olympic medalists • Recipients of the Order of Merit of Malaysia • Summer Olympic Games • Wong Choong Hann
The ESPN Multi-Sport Awards recognised achievements across 11 categories, of which winners across 10 categories were selected by an independent 14-member jury. The Winners are: Sportsperson of the Year (Male) – Neeraj Chopra (Athletics) Sportsperson of the Year (Female) – P V Sindhu (Badminton) Comeback of the Year – Saina Nehwal (Badminton) Coach of the ..
Category: Sports Current Affairs
Topics: Amit Panghal • Athletics • Badminton • Boxing • Ekta Bhyan • ESPN Multi-Sport Awards 2018 • Football • Jaspal Rana • Neeraj Chopra • P. V. Sindhu • para-athletics • Pradip Kumar Banerjee • Saina Nehwal • Saurabh Chaudhary • Shooting • Table tennis • Women’s 4x400m relay
Former world champion, Viktor Axelsen of Denmark has won the men’s singles title at the 2019 Yonex-Sunrise India Open badminton tournament on March 31. In the final, he defeated Kidambi Srikanth by 7-21, 20-22 in New Delhi. This was Srikanth’s fourth defeat to Axelsen in five encounters since March 2017. And also, it was Srikanth’s ..