Mia Blichfeldt (@3.25) vs Ratchanok Intanon (@1.29)
17-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Ratchanok Intanon will win

Mia Blichfeldt – Ratchanok Intanon Match Prediction | 17-10-2019 13:15

She again reached the finals of the SCG Thailand Open 2013. This time she won the title, beating Busanan Ongbumrungpan 20-22, 21-19, 21-13[6] to become the first Thai ever to win the women's singles title at the Thailand Open since it was first held in 1984. She reached the finals of the 2013 All England Open Badminton Championships, losing to Tine Rasmussen 1421, 2116, 1021.[4] Despite her loss, she is still the youngest singles finalist ever at the All England tournament. 2013 was one of Ratchanok's golden years. She won her first Superseries tournament by beating Juliane Schenk 22-20, 21-14 in the Yonex Sunrise India Open 2013 to become the youngest-ever Superseries winner, with the age of 18 years, 2 months and 22 days[5] (She held this record for 6 months until Akane Yamaguchi won the 2013 Japan Open at the age of 16).

Blichfeldt seemed to have lost her confidence at the same time as Ratchanok was finding hers again and after 76 minutes of play the Thai victory was in the bag. And it was a Thai who had lots of respect for her opponent after the match; she told Blichfeldt that she played very well and she just had to keep improving, then her time would surely come.

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However, the No.13 seeding proved unlucky for Michelle Li as the Canadian fell to Nguyen Thuy Linh of Vietnam, 21-23 21-12 23-21. Meanwhile, No.10 seed Saina Nehwal booked her place across the net from Intanon with a comfortable 21-17 21-8 victory over Turkeys Aliye Demirbag while Sayaka Sato of Japan also eased through 21-15 21-11 versus Malaysias Soniia Cheah.

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At the beginning of the year, Ratchanok participated in and won the Malaysia Masters Super 500 tournament, beating Akane Yamaguchi in the semi-finals, and Tai Tzu Ying in the finals, with 24-22 in the third set. Sindhu respectively. Sindhu. She qualified for the HSBC World Tour Finals, where she lost in the semi-finals to Pusarla V. She then proceeded to reach the semi-finals of both the Indonesia Masters Super 500 and the India Open Super 500, losing out to Saina Nehwal[22] and Pusarla V. She finished the year at world no. 8. She then proceeded to make it to the finals of the Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Open, losing to Nozomi Okuhara 19-21 22-24. At the Asian Games, Ratchanok made it to the quarter-final stage before losing out to Saina Nehwal.

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In a match where the two theme songs could very well have been Patience from GunsnRoses for the Dane and Queens Under Pressure for the Thai, the two girls can be proud of giving us a good match where both had their controlling moments on the way. However, it will be a very disappointed Danish girl who goes to bed tonight while the Thai must certainly be somehow relieved that she isnt on the way back home to Thailand already now.

Zheng Siwei/Huang Yaqiong barely broke a sweat against Russias Evgenij Dremin/Evgenia Dimova. The English duo beat Rohan Kapoor/Kuhoo Garg (21-12 21-12). India were also at the losing end against No.6 seeds, Chris and Gabby Adcock. Second-round Mixed Doubles matches augured well for the hosts as Chinas top pairs strutted their class. The top seeds breezed by 21-13 21-10 while their second-seeded team-mates, Wang Yilyu/Huang Dongping went the distance to overcome Indonesias Ronald Ronald/ Annisa Saufika (21-9 15-21 21-15). However the latters compatriots, Hafiz Faizal/Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja advanced 21-16 21-4 versus Indias Pranaav Jerry Chopra/N Sikki Reddy.

Others progressing in the category included Austrias Luka Wraber; Wang Tzu Wei of Chinese Taipei; Anthony Ginting of Indonesia and Denmarks Anders Antonsen who benefited from a walkover by Thailands Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk. Indias Kidambi Srikanth, who looked smooth in dispatching Irelands Nhat Nguyen (21-15 21-16), preferred to duck the spotlight but was happy with his first outing and is looking forward to tackling Spains Pablo Abian for a third-round berth. In Mens Singles, Japanese top gun Kento Momota cruised past Ukraines Artem Pochtarov (21-13 21-12) and declared himself fully fit and ready for the battle ahead.