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View Kulwut defeats Lee Zijie through the World Tour Finals

“Wue” Kulwut Withitsan, the world’s number 23, showed a very stable form, chasing Malaysia’s Lee Sijia 2 games in a row to reach the final of the Badminton World Tour Final 2021 successfully.

HSBC Badminton Tournament BWF World Tour Final 2021, winning a total prize money of US $ 1,500,000 or approximately 49.5 million baht in Bali, Indonesia on Saturday, December 4, 64, was a competition in the semi-finals. The semi-finals will bring the champions of each group to the top, and the 2nd place of each group will be drawn in the face-to-face draw.

single male In the semi-finals, “View” Kulwut Withitsan, the world’s 23rd hand, faces the second-ranked Lee Sijie of the list, the world’s eighth hand from Malaysia. The statistics of the pair’s meeting, having met 4 times as Li Zijie is better than winning 3 times. The last time they met in the 2021 World Tour Finals in the group stage was Lee Zijie to win. 2 games in a row

View Kulwut defeats Lee Zijie through the World Tour Finals

The first game, Lee Si Jia made a good start, leading 3-0, then Viu Kulwut returned to attack as well, overtaking 4-3 to lead Viu Kulwut, still in control of the invasion game excellently. 11-7 in the first half of the game. The second half, Viu Kulwut still played better than defensively with patience, bringing the game 13-11 back to a close when Lee. Zijie came back to equalize at 15-15 late in the game. Kulwut who played superior and closed the first game 21-18, leading 1-0.

Game two, View Kulwut was the one who opened this game well, leading before 6-4, then Lee Si Jia was able to return to control his own offensive game, gradually scoring a point, taking the lead in the second half at 11-9 half. After the game, View Kulwut relied on the ball to serve and slap decisively, overtaking, bringing back 12-11. The game image returned to View Kulwut, who continued to invade, leading 16-14 and then Viu Kulwut rushed. The game until the second game was closed at 21-18, allowing View Kulwut to win 2-0 games, taking 44 minutes to compete.

It marks the third final of the tournament following the Spanish Masters 2020 and Swiss Open 2021.

View Kulwut defeats Lee Zijie through the World Tour Finals

Vue Kulwut advances to the finals to face the winner between World No 1 Viktor Aselsen of Denmark, or Lak Yah Sen, world number 21 from India.

The results of other interesting matches In the women’s doubles, fourth-seeded Kim So-yeon and Gong Hee-young from South Korea defeated Bulgaria’s 11th-seeded Gabriela and Stephanie Stoeva 21-19,21-16, Na. World number seven Mi Matsuyama and Chiharu Shida from Japan defeated sixth seed Gracia Poly and Abirani Rahayu from Indonesia. 21-14,13-21,23-21

Female singles, Pusala Sindhu, ranked 3rd hand of the list, 7th hand of the world from India, beat Akane Yamaguchi, ranked 2nd of the list, ranked 3rd in the world from Japan. 21-15,15-21,21-19

In the men’s doubles, world number six Takuro Hoki and Yuko Kobayashi of Japan defeated Aung Yew Xin and Teo Yi Yi of Malaysia 21-18, 21-15.

For the finals HSBC badminton show The BWF World Tour Final 2021 will take place on Sunday, December 5, 64, starting at 12:00 noon time in Thailand. Badminton fans can watch the live broadcast on True Sport HD 3 and True Sport 7.

View Kulwut defeats Lee Zijie through the World Tour Finals
View Kulwut defeats Lee Zijie through the World Tour Finals
View Kulwut defeats Lee Zijie through the World Tour Finals
View Kulwut defeats Lee Zijie through the World Tour Finals

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