P.V Sindhu begun the year of his home Tokyo Olympic with an event win as he took the Badminton World Federation Indian Masters title today.
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This a big home hopefulness for gold at Olympic 2020 and will be seeing for growth in the Japanese capital after he was barred from Rio 2016 for illegal gambling. P.V Sindhu won the World Tour Finals in December after the 2019 season and beaten Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen 24-22, 21-11 today to win the first event of the new campaign in Kuala Lumpur.
There was variance in the first game at Axiata Arena, however, as a fifth seed, Axelsen thought he had taken it after brilliant the first of two-game points previous Momota. The umpire ruled a fault, though, and with Dane’s celebrations cut short, the top seed was able to recover.
Sindhu said “I’m happy to have won the first event this year. We know each other’s game and I had to be guarded. He was playing well and had a lead. I thought I had even lost it before the umpire ruled an obligation.”
The women’s final was a clash between the best two stones and it went to the lower-rank player as China’s Chen Yufei beat Chinese Taipei’s Tai Tzu-Ying 21-17, 21-10. Chen, the World Tour Finals winner, has now won her last nine finals in a row.
In the men’s doubles, South Korea’s finalists Kim Gi-Jung and Lee Yong-Dae completed a superb run by winning the whole tournament. Lee won Tokyo Olympic varied doubles gold with Lee Hyo-Jung at Beijing 2008 and came through 21-14, 21-16 with his partner against China’s third seeds Li Junhui and Liu Yuchen, the 2018 world champions. China was gifted to win both the women’s and mixed doubles titles at the Super 500 event