Indonesia’s Anthony Shiniska ended the two-year title drought by beating Japan’s Kodai Naraoka 23-21, 21-17 in the men’s singles final, which won the Singapore Badminton Open on Sunday.
After defeating world champion Loh Kean Yew in the semi-finals, world No. 6 Gintin continued to show the same attack style, ending the murder of the Naraoka giant.
With the world’s number 43 final, he surprised world number 8 Jonatan Christie, India’s HS Planoi, and China’s Zhao Jun Peng. All of these were ranked higher than him.
His first match was in the first game, and it was Ginting who drew his first blood with his swift movements and attacks.
“I knew that to disturb his movements and rhythms, I needed to set a very fast pace. A good position to offer some options for attacking or getting to the net quickly. I had to get in, “said Ginting.
Naraoka took the lead five times in the second game and made a strong appearance.
However, due to Sinisuka’s fierce attack and deceptive net play, he moved forward 17-17 and eventually won the second game 21-17.
Jinting, who threw the racket with delight after scoring points, said: I had to endure the slump in shape and had a hard time.
But I never stopped believing in myself and then knew I would be stronger. “
In the women’s singles final, China’s Wang Zhiyi was defeated by Psaria V. Sindhu, the 7th in the world. Sindhu defeated the king 21-9, 11-21, 21-15 in her third victory of the year, making her even more special as her father watches from the stand.
“I am very grateful that my dad came here in Singapore. He was always there for me and guided me. He is here to see me win. That’s great, “Singu said.
Thailand’s Dechapol Puavaranukro and Sapsily Taeratanachai maintained their mixed doubles title after defeating China’s Wang Yilyu and Huang Dongping in straight games 21-12 and 21-17.
Meanwhile, in Indonesia, Apriyani Rahayu and City Fadia Silva Ramadanti won the women’s doubles, while Daniel Martin and Leo Rory Carnando won the men’s doubles title, winning both doubles.