Asian players will star in the finals of Huelva 2021

The final stretch of the TotalEnergies BWF World Championships 2021 is lived with maximum expectation at the Carolina Marín Sports Palace (Huelva). The finalists who dream of winning the gold medal at the Badminton World Championships are already known. The expected finals will be lived, from 10.00 am, with maximum expectation and cheers of the attendees who do not want to miss this great world final.

In men’s singles, Loh Kean Yew (Singapore) continues to amaze the audience with his spectacular level of play. Loh, who has made a very good path to the final, has cleared his first hurdle after beating Denmark’s Anders Antonsen [3] in the last match of the day. Olympic runner-up and European champion Antonsen lost the first set (23-21) after coming back from 19-15 down to level the score at 20-20, bringing the spectators out of their seats. Loh used her wide range of strokes to surprise Antonsen and close out the match in the second set, 21-14. Undoubtedly, Loh is the revelation of the tournament, who began his journey by eliminating Olympic champion Viktor Axelsen in the first round.

The young powerhouse Loh will fight for his first gold medal in a world championship against Indian player Kidambi Srikanth [12], who finally pulled on his experience in the final part of the match to beat his teammate Lakshya Sen in a very close match: 21-17 14-21 17-21. Whatever the color of Srikanth’s medal, India has already made history by starring in a men’s World Cup final.

In the women’s singles, Olympic runner-up Tai Tzu Ying [1] (Chinese Taipei) needed a third set to reach the final of the Huelva 2021. Tai qualified for the final after beating China’s He Bing Jiao 21-17, 13-21 and 21-14 in 57 minutes of play and spectacle.

On the other side of the draw, the number 2 of the tournament awaits her in the final. Japanese player Akane Yamaguchi defeated Zhang Yi Man (China) by a double 21-19.

In the men’s doubles, Japan’s Takuro Hoki and Yugo Kobayashi will fight for the title after defeating Malaysia’s Ong Yew Sin and Teo Ee Yi in the shortest match of the day (32 minutes). Their opponents will be the Chinese He Ji Ting and Tan Qian, who defeated the Danes Kim Astrup and Anders Skaarup Rasmussen with a consistent defense and a strong attack (21-16, 13-21 and 21-15).

In women’s doubles, the Chinese duo Chen Qing Chen and Jia Yi Fan fulfilled their role as favorites by beating Japan’s Mayu Matsumoto and Wakana Nagahara 21-15, 21-12. Awaiting them in the final are Korea’s Lee Sohee and Shin Seungchan, second seeds, who defeated their compatriots Kim Soyeong and Kong Heeyong, third favorites, by 21-18 and 21-17 in one hour and nine minutes.

Finally, in the mixed doubles, Yuta Watanabe and Arisa Higashino [3] won the Japanese duel against their compatriots Kyohei Yamashita and Naru Shinoya (21-13 and 21-8).

The Japanese pair will fight for the gold against Thailand’s Dechapol Puavaranukroh-Sapsiree Taerattanachi [2], who reached the final after defeating Tang Chun Man-Tse Ying Suet (Hong Kong), 21-15, 7-21, 21-10.

The eagerly awaited finals of the TotalEnergies BWF World Championships 2021 will take place on Sunday from 10.00 am on a single center court. The attending public will be able to experience the best and highest level of badminton during the clashes, and immediately after the match, the award ceremony will take place.

The finals of the world championship can be followed live on RTVPlay, Teledeporte and BWF. Also, and immediately, through the social networks of Huelva2021 (FacebookTwitterInstagram).

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