World No.1 Taiju Ying captured the title of Women’s Singles at the Badminton World Federation (BWF) World Tour Finals being played in Bangkok. He defeated Olympic champion Carolina Marine 14–21, 21–7, 21–19 in the final. At the same time, world number-2 Anders Antonsen captured the title by defeating world number-1 Victor Axelsen in men’s singles. Antonsen beat Axelsson 21–16, 5–21, 21–17.
This was the third final between Taiju Ying and the Marines within a month. Taiju also avenged the last two defeats by the Marines. Earlier, the Marines defeated Taiju at the Yonex Thailand Open and Toyota Thailand Open.
Consistently win third title Akselsn
Antonsen Denmark in men’s singles has not win a third consecutive title compatriot Akselsn. Earlier, Axelsen defeated 7th seed Hong Kong’s Angus An Ki Long in the final of the Yonex Thailand Open. At the same time, he won the title by defeating Hans Christian at the Toyota Thailand Open.
Lee Shu Hee and Shin Seung-chan won the
Women ‘s Doubles title. In the Women’s Doubles, World No.4 Lee Shu Hee and Shin Seung-Chan defeated World No.6 Kim So-Yong and Kong Hee-yong, 21-15. Defeated 26–24, 21–19. At the same time, world number-7 Lee Young and Wang Chi-Lean pair defeated Indonesia’s Mohammad Ahsan and Hendra Setiawan 21-17 23-21 in men’s doubles. The match lasted for 37 minutes.