- Viktor Axelsen won the finals scoring 20-22, 21-18, 21-12 in the 3-sets against Momota Kento.
- This also marks Viktor Axelsen’s 2nd victory against the World No. 1 player Momota Kento from the total 16 matches played between them.
Overview of 2021 Denmark Open:
|Men’s Singles||Viktor Axelsen (Denmark)||Momota Kento (Japan)|
|Women’s Singles||Akane Yamaguchi (Japan)||An Se-young (South Korea)|
|Men’s Doubles||Takuro Hoki & Yugo Kobayashi (Japan)||Kim Astrup & Anders Skaarup Rasmussen (Denmark)|
|Women’s Doubles||Huang Dongping & Zheng Yu (China)||Lee Sohee & Shin Seung Chan (South Korea)|
|Mixed Doubles||Yuta Watanabe & Arisa Higashino (Japan)||Dechapol Puavaranukroh & Sapsiree Taerattanachai (Thailand)|
Recent Related News:
Viktor Axelsen (Denmark) won the Gold Medal in the Men’s Singles event of Badminton. China’s Chen Yufei won the Gold medal in the Women’s Singles event.
About Badminton World Federation (BWF):
President – Poul-Erik Høyer (Denmark)
Headquarter – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Established – 1934
BWF World Ranking:
|1st Rank||Kento Momota||Japan|
|2nd Rank||Viktor Axelsen||Denmark|
|1st Rank||Tai Tzu Ying||Taiwan|
|2nd Rank||Chen Yu Fei||China|
|7th Rank||P.V. Sindhu||India|