Original title: Denmark Open draws out, Kento Momota hits back for the first championship
The draw for the Danish Badminton Open, held from October 13th to 18th, Beijing time, has been released. This is the only and last high-level BWF Tournament after the All England Championship this year.
Indonesia, China, Malaysia and other teams have retired collectively due to concerns about the epidemic. The players are mainly European, Japanese and Indian players. The Japanese team relies on
Kento Momota, who suffered a car accident in January and encountered an epidemic, has not participated in international competitions for 9 months as the top seed guarding the upper half. The road to the finals is relatively easy. If it can return to the state at the beginning of the year, Momota is expected to compete with the lower half. Zhou Tiancheng or An Dongsen compete for the title. In the first round, Momota will face Canada's Yang Can, the quarter-finals may face Danish player Gemke, and the semi-finals may play against Changshan Genta and Nishimoto Kenta.
In the second half, No. 2 seed Zhou Tiancheng played against Danish player Svensson in the first round, and may meet Srikant in the quarter-finals. The other quarter-half is expected to be Jorgensen and Antonsen competing for a semifinal spot.