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The TOTAL BWF World Championships witnessed some thrilling matches as defending champions sealed their spots in the final rounds. Let’s dive into the highlights of the day and explore the incredible performances that took place.

Zhang/Zhao Secure Victory and China’s Mixed Doubles Title

Zhang Nan and Zhao Yunlei showcased their exceptional skills as they advanced to the final, ensuring China’s grip on the Mixed Doubles title. Their victory also marked the end of a fierce battle between senior compatriots Xu Chen/Ma Jin. Liu Cheng and Bao Yixin defeated Xu Chen and Ma Jin with a stunning 21-13, 15-21, 21-19 win.

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Defending Champion Carolina Marin Triumphs in Women’s Singles

Carolina Marin, the defending champion in Women’s Singles, displayed her unwavering champion qualities that have earned her three World Superseries titles this year. In a gripping encounter against Korea’s Sung Ji Hyun, Marin fought back from a significant deficit in the third game. Despite the pressure, Marin’s combative style and relentless determination led her to a comfortable victory with a scoreline of 21-17, 15-21, 21-16.

Reflecting on the match, Marin shared her thoughts: “Today I was nervous and angry with myself, constantly thinking about the score. When I was down 8-13 in the third game, I knew I had to fight hard and give my best. It was a tough battle, and I’m glad I could push through until the end.”

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Chen Long Dominates Men’s Singles

Chen Long left no room for doubt in the Men’s Singles category, delivering an impressive performance against the young challenger Kento Momota. Although Momota showcased flashes of brilliance with his classical style, Chen’s powerful shots dismantled his opponent’s defense. With a decisive score of 21-9, 21-15, Chen emerged victorious.

Pedersen/Juhl’s Convincing Win in Women’s Doubles

Christinna Pedersen and Kamilla Rytter Juhl exhibited their dominance in Women’s Doubles, effortlessly overcoming the challenge posed by Japan’s Naoko Fukuman and Kurumi Yonao. The Danish duo’s relentless attacking game proved to be the difference-maker, as their powerful smashes broke through their opponents’ defense time and again, resulting in a commanding 21-12, 21-15 victory.

Rytter Juhl expressed her feelings after the match: “I was nervous throughout the game. It was challenging because we were expected to win today. I remember being the underdog in the Mixed Doubles final six years ago, so the pressure was different then.”


Q: Where can I find more information about the BWF World Championships?
A: For detailed information about the BWF World Championships and the latest updates, visit the official Carnegiecentre website.

Q: Who are the defending champions in other categories?
A: The article focuses on the defending champions in Mixed Doubles, Women’s Singles, Men’s Singles, and Women’s Doubles. For information about the defending champions in other categories, refer to the official Carnegiecentre website.


The TOTAL BWF World Championships witnessed intense matches and extraordinary performances from defending champions. Zhang/Zhao secured victory and China’s Mixed Doubles title, Carolina Marin triumphed in Women’s Singles, Chen Long dominated in Men’s Singles, and Pedersen/Juhl convincingly won in Women’s Doubles. Stay tuned for more updates on the Carnegiecentre website as the tournament progresses.

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