View Kulwut Sudan lost to Aselsen, the runner-up in the Badminton World Tour Final, resisting the strength of world number one Viktor Aselsen of Denmark, unable to lose in two consecutive games, becoming the runner-up of the Badminton World Tour. Final 2021
HSBC Badminton Tournament BWF World Tour Final 2021 wins a total prize money of US $ 1,500,000 or approximately 49.5 million baht in Bali, Indonesia on Sunday, Dec. 5, 64, the past is a competition in the finals.
single male In the finals, “View” Kulwut Withitsan, the 23rd hand of the world, meets with Viktor Aselsen, the 1st hand of the list, the 1st hand in the world from Denmark. The statistics of meetings between the two have met a total of 3 times, with Victor Azelsen winning all of them.
Victor Azelsen’s first game, opened the game well, leading 5-1. Victor Azelsen’s game was still in control of the attack better than leading in the first half at 11-8. View Kulwut did not give up. Easy to make 3 points in a row, coming to 10-11, then Victor Azelsen, who ran a series of invasion games. Until coming to close the first game at 21-12, leading 1-0 games
Game two, Victor Azelsen was still a better starter than a 7-1 lead. Victor Azelsen later relied on a larger figure to precisely lead the first half at 11-2 second half. Victor Azelsen was in direct control of the attack, leading 19-8 and Victor Aselsen finished the match 21-8 with a 2-0 win over the course of 43 minutes.
Victor Aselsen won this tournament for the first time. with a prize money of US$120,000, or approximately 4,080,000 baht, while View Kulwut Withitsan, the runner-up, received a prize of US$ 60,000, or approximately 2,040,000 baht.
Khunying Pattama Leesawadtrakul President of the Badminton Association of Thailand under royal patronage said after the race that “Congratulations to Vue Kulwut for receiving the Eddy Vhoong awards or the best young athlete award of the year. BWF and today the men’s singles final World Tour Finals Vue Kulwut will be defeated by Denmark’s Victor Azelsen, 2020 Olympic gold medalist, but this is the first time Vue Kulwut has qualified for the World Tour final. first time and create amazing works He is the first singles badminton player to reach the final of this tournament successfully.”
“Today’s defeat It’s a loss to the best singles player in the world today. The 2017 world champion, the 2020 Olympic champion and the current world No. 1, but Vue is a great fight. I believe that in the future the view can be developed further. and create work and reputation for Thailand in the near future”
For other interesting results In the women’s singles category, seventh-seeded Kim Soyoung Gong Hee-young defeated Nami Matsuyama and Chiharu Shida, seventh-seeded Japanese 21-14,21-14.
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