Kento Momota (@1.05) vs Kanta Tsuneyama (@8.5)

Our Prediction:

Kento Momota will win

Kento Momota – Kanta Tsuneyama Match Prediction | 21-09-2019 06:45

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In his comeback after missing 15 months of international badminton, the Japanese (featured image) hit a higher level than he was previously known for. At his biggest event since his return the Badminton Asia Championships 2018 in Wuhan in April Momota beat four top players on the way to the title: Shi Yuqi (China), Chou Tien Chen (Chinese Taipei), Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia) and Chen Long (China).

In the same top quarter, the new Danish pairing of Mathias Boe and Mads Conrad-Petersen will take on local duo Han Cheng Kai/Zhou Hao Dong. After strong performances at lower-tier tournaments they won the Spanish International, the Canada Open and the Russian Open they will be seen in their first Super 1000 event together. Boes long partnership with Carsten Mogensen came to a halt at the All England this year, following which he joined forces with Mads Conrad-Petersen.

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By winning that title, he became the first Japanese player to successfully capture a Super Series in Men's Singles and currently holds the record as the youngest Super Series champion in that category. He was the first Japanese player to win the Singapore Open. He won all his matches during Japan's maiden Thomas Cup victory in 2014, playing second men's singles behind Kenichi Tago.

On April 28, 2019 he won his second Asian badminton championship title at Wuhan, China beating home favorite Shi Yuqi in three games 12-21, 21-18, 21-8. He also won the German Open, Singapore Open and Japan Open on the BWF World Tour, reaffirming his number 1 position on the world ranking. In August 25th he reclaimed his World Champion title, beating Anders Antonsen 21-9 and 21-3. On March 10, 2019, he won the 2019 All England Open beating Viktor Axelsen from Denmark in the finals in 3 sets with a score of 21-11, 15-21 and 21-15. In doing so, Momota became only the fourth player to win back-to-back titles on a short, all-Chinese list that includes Yang Yang, Lin Dan and Chen Long.

The sixth seed is in the top quarter and begins his campaign against Kanta Tsuneyama. There will be feverish anticipation around the return of Axelsen in China, for with his Mandarin-speaking skills, he is almost a home favourite. A second round against compatriot Jan O Jorgensen or Sittikom Thammasin, and a quarterfinal against world champion Kento Momota, are on the cards.

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Chou is among those who could disrupt the progress of the more fancied names. Others in this category are Indias HS Prannoy and Sai Praneeth; Indonesias Jonatan Christie and Anthony Ginting; Japans Kenta Nishimoto and Denmarks Anders Antonsen. Seventh seed Chou Tien Chen (Chinese Taipei) did his confidence a world of good by winning the Singapore Open.

In his third year, he again won a similar tournament but at the junior level, the All Japan Junior High School Championships. The player born in Mitoyo City, Kagawa Prefecture, on September 1, 1994, started to wrestle with feathers since he was in the second grade of elementary school. He won the first title in a fairly prestigious tournament in Japan, the All Japan Elementary School Championships. Graduating from junior high school, Momota studied at the Fukuoka High School. Kento Momota started his badminton career from junior level with quite perfect results. Momota's badminton talent has been seen since he was a child. After elementary school, Momota continued his studies in Junior High School in Fukuoka Prefecture. Kala's Momota, who was in grade 6, came out as a champion in the men's singles number.