Kenta Nishimoto (@3.5) vs Viktor Axelsen (@1.25)

Our Prediction:

Viktor Axelsen will win

Kenta Nishimoto – Viktor Axelsen Match Prediction | 17-10-2019 12:30

In August 2018, Axelsen has unable to defend his world title where he was defeated by two-time World Champion and reigning Olympic Champion Chen Long in the quarter finals. He represented Denmark in the 2018 Thomas & Uber Cup. In 2018, Axelsen won a match against Wang Tzu-wei in Chennai during the Premier Badminton League which was held on Jan 5, 2018 in Nehru Stadium.[18] Axelsen participated in the European Men's and Women's Team Badminton Championships and got a gold after suffered from a foot injury. Denmark was then eliminated in semi finals but not the defending champion of 2016 Thomas & Uber Cup. In the group stage, he defeated Vladimir Malkov from Russia and Algeria. In the quarter finals match against South Korea, he defeated Son Wan-Ho, but he lost to the favourite and former world no. In the group stage match against Lee Chong Wei, he lost by two sets:9-21,19-21. 2, Kento Momota in semi finals.

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Axelsen defeats Nishimoto to win Malaysia Masters

Viktor Axelsen (born 4 January 1994) is a Danish badminton player. At the 2017 BWF World Championships held in Glasgow, Scotland, he became the World Champion by beating Lin Dan in straight sets.[1] He was the 2010 World Junior Champion, beating Korea's Kang Ji-wook in the final to become the first ever European player to hold the title.[2] Axelsen earned his first European crown in May 2016 beating compatriot and defending champion Jan .

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His three titles this year, out of four finals, indicate that he has addressed some of his vulnerabilities that were seen at the end of last year and early this year. His losses to Son Wan Ho, Shi Yuqi, Kenta Nishimoto and Anders Antonsen meant that he had gone four events without a title, and his approach at the All England and the Singapore Open showed his willingness and ability to adapt tactically.

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World No. 1 Viktor Axelsen of Denmark defeated Japan's Kenta Nishimoto 21-13, 21-23, 21-18 in a gruelling match to win the Malaysia Masters final on Sunday.

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And after some bumps in December and January, the Japanese has re-established himself as the player to beat as three major events draw close the Sudirman Cup, where he will lead Japans hunt for its first title; the World Championships 2019, which he will be defending; and Tokyo 2020, where he will attempt to do what no Japanese singles shuttler has done win an Olympic gold.

In January 2010, Axelsen who played from the qualification round manage to reach the finals at the Swedish International tournament, and finished as the runner-up after lost to Indra Bagus Ade Chandra in straight games 1521, 1221.[7] He competed at the World Junior Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico, claimed the boys' singles title by defeated the No.1 seed, Chinas Huang Yuxiang in the quarterfinals, India's B. Sai Praneeth in the semis and Kang Ji-wook of Korea in the final.[6] In October 2010 he claimed his first international senior title at the age of just sixteen, winning the Cyprus International.[8] A few weeks later he entered his first Super Series event in singles, the Denmark Open 2010; making it through the qualifying stages before losing out to compatriot and eventual winner Jan .

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