Tuesday, 16 Jul 2024

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Kunlavut Vitidsarn Embraces Challenge in Men’s Singles Final

Kunlavut Vitidsarn, the underdog in the men’s singles final of the BWF World Championships, is optimistic about his performance against Viktor Axelsen. Despite being ranked 17th in the world, the three-time world junior champion is determined to make an impact.

In the semifinals, Vitidsarn’s opponent struggled in the second game, leading to his unusual path to the final. The 21-year-old Thai player defeated Zhao Jun Peng with a score of 22-20, 21-6. Now, he sets his sights on Axelsen, who is vying for his second world title.

Throughout the tournament, Vitidsarn has emphasized his efforts to improve his control on the court. After his victory, he spoke about his determination to maintain control despite the challenging conditions of the arena. Vitidsarn looks forward to learning from Axelsen and believes there is no pressure on him as the favorite.

Meanwhile, in the women’s singles final, the Olympic champion will face off against the current world champion. Chen Yu Fei and Akane Yamaguchi emerged as the finalists after defeating Tai Tzu Ying and An Se Young, respectively.

Stay tuned for an exciting conclusion to the BWF World Championships.

Kunlavut Vitidsarn
Kunlavut Vitidsarn

Viktor Axelsen
Viktor Axelsen

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