Home Sports [Denmark Badminton]The East Olympic champion captures the world’s first brother Ansailong in a fierce battle for 93 minutes and reverses Kento Momota’s crown

[Denmark Badminton]The East Olympic champion captures the world’s first brother Ansailong in a fierce battle for 93 minutes and reverses Kento Momota’s crown

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[Sports Road News]The Danish Badminton Open ended on Sunday (24th). The men’s singles final was played by the Tokyo Olympic champion Ansailong and the world’s “one brother” Kento Momota. The final winner was Ansailong, who took advantage of the home court. After 93 minutes of fierce battle, he won the championship with 2:1 rounds and ended his 12-game losing streak with Kento Momota.

Ansailong is in great shape this year. It won 3 championships and 3 Asian championships in the World Badminton Federation World Tour. In August, it won the men’s singles gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics, temporarily ranking second in the world. This time back at home to play in the Danish Open of the World Tour Super 1000, Axelsen successfully reached the finals and smashed the world’s No. 1 Japan’s Kento Momota. The two have played against each other 15 times in the past, and Kento Momota recorded an overwhelming 14 wins and 1 loss. Since February 2014, Ansailong has lost 12 consecutive times to Momota.

Tao Tian Xian Dou (Photo: Tilu Database)

Tao Tian Xian Dou (Photo: Tilu Database)

Ansailong (Photo: Tilu Database)

Ansailong (Photo: Tilu Database)

This time against again, Axelsen tried to win the championship with the encouragement of the home audience. In the first game, he took the lead and opened up a gap of up to 7 points. However, Kento Momota scored 8 points in the middle and went ahead. The world’s “one brother” finally In “Diao Shi”, take 22:20 first. Kento Momota took the lead in the second game and had a lead of 5 points. However, Axelon, who played the adversity wave, reversed from 14:17 in the final stage and pulled back a game 21:18, and he never lags behind in the deciding game. The victory was 21:12, and finally after 1 hour and 33 minutes of fierce battle, the victory was 2:1 to win the championship.

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After the game, Axelon shared his feelings about winning the prize in Chinese, English and Danish on social media: “It was an unforgettable week! I finally won the Danish Open! It was not easy for me to win this game. Momota is One of the best men’s singles in active service and an athlete I have always respected. Thank you for coming to support me, and thank you for leaving me a message to support me. I will continue to work hard, see you at the French Open!”

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In the women’s singles final, Akane Yamaguchi of Japan fought against the rising star An Seying of South Korea. The former was 18:21 behind by one game, and after a 25:23 tie in the second game, An Xiying suspected that the injury would affect her performance in the deciding game. She decided to retire at 5:16 behind. Akane Yamaguchi was 21 months later. Won the international women’s singles championship. The men’s doubles and mixed doubles championships were also won by Japanese players. Takuro Hogi/Yugo Kobayashi defeated the Danish combination Kim ASTRUP/Anders Skaarup RASMUSSEN in the men’s doubles final 21:18, 21:12; Tokyo Olympic mixed doubles bronze medalist Watanabe Yongda/Dongye Yusha defeated Thailand’s Dechapol PUAVARANUKROH/Sapsiree TAERATTANACHAI 21:18, 21:9 to win the championship. The women’s doubles champion was won by the Chinese combination Huang Dongping/Jung Woo. In the final, they defeated South Korea’s No. 2 seeds Lee Sohee/Shin Seung Chan 21:15 and 21:17.

Akane Yamaguchi (Photo: Tilu Database)

Akane Yamaguchi (Photo: Tilu Database)

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Yudai Watanabe/Arisa Higashino (Photo: Tiji Database)

After the Danish Open ends, the French Open of the World Tour Super 750 will start on Tuesday (26th).

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This article was originally published by “Tilu Sportsroad” in “[Denmark Badminton]Champion of the Eastern Olympics captured the world’s first brother Ansailong in a fierce battle of 93 minutes to reverse the king of Kento Momota”

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