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The OUE Singapore Open 2015 witnessed four first-time BWF World Superseries winners, making it a day for the underdogs. Japan’s Kento Momota and China’s Sun Yu emerged victorious in their respective singles categories, proving that experience is not always a factor in success. In the Women’s Doubles final, China’s young pair Ou Dongni and Yu Xiaohan dominated the match, defeating India Open champions Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi. Despite Hu Yun’s advantage of playing in two World Superseries finals before, Momota held his ground and clinched the Men’s Singles title in a nail-biting match. Tai Tzu Ying came close to winning the Women’s Singles title but was outplayed by Sun Yu in an intense encounter. In the Mixed Doubles, Zhang Nan and Zhao Yunlei triumphed after receiving a walkover in the final.

FAQs

Q: Who were the first-time BWF World Superseries winners at the OUE Singapore Open 2015?
A: Kento Momota, Sun Yu, Ou Dongni, Yu Xiaohan, Angga Pratama, and Ricky Karanda Suwardi were the first-time winners.

Q: Which players impressed with their performance in the Men’s Singles category?
A: Kento Momota, a relatively inexperienced player, showcased his skills and emerged as the champion.

Q: How did Sun Yu secure her victory in the Women’s Singles category?
A: Sun Yu defeated Tai Tzu Ying in a hard-fought match, showcasing her determination and skill.

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Q: Who won the Women’s Doubles final?
A: Ou Dongni and Yu Xiaohan claimed victory in the Women’s Doubles final.

Summary

The OUE Singapore Open 2015 witnessed several first-time BWF World Superseries winners, defying expectations and proving that experience is not always a determining factor in success. Kento Momota’s victory in the Men’s Singles category showcased his talent and determination. Sun Yu’s impressive performance in the Women’s Singles category led to a thrilling victory over Tai Tzu Ying. Ou Dongni and Yu Xiaohan dominated the Women’s Doubles final, while Angga Pratama and Ricky Karanda Suwardi surprised everyone with their win in the final match of the day. Zhang Nan and Zhao Yunlei secured the Mixed Doubles title with a walkover in the final. The OUE Singapore Open 2015 was a testament to the unpredictable nature of badminton and the potential for new champions to emerge. To stay updated on the latest badminton news and events, visit Carnegiecentre.com.