1. Momota prevents Ginting smash and grab to win in Singapore  Malay Mail
  2. Badminton: World No. 1s Kento Momota and Tai Tzu-ying triumph at Singapore Open  The Straits Times
  3. Kento Momota beats Anthony Ginting to win Singapore Open  Times of India
  4. Play of the Day | Singapore Open 2019 Finals | BWF 2019  BadmintonWorld.tv
  5. Badminton: Top-ranked Tai Tzu-ying saves 4 match points to beat Akane Yamaguchi and reach S'pore Open final  The Straits Times
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SINGAPORE - Despite not being at his best, world No. 1 Kento Momota dug in deep to win the Singapore Badminton Open men’s singles title on Sunday (April 14)  by  beating  seventh seed Anthony Ginting 10-21, 21-19, 21-13.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Sport News -SINGAPORE - Despite not being at his best, world No. 1 Kento Momota dug in deep to win the Singapore Badminton Open men’s singles title on Sunday (April 14)  by  beating  seventh seed

Badminton: World No. 1s Kento Momota and Tai Tzu-ying triumph at Singapore Open, Sport News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Badminton News: Japan's Kento Momota withstood a barrage of smashes from Indonesia's Anthony Sinisuka Ginting to rally for a thrilling 10-21, 21-19, 21-13 victory on Badminton News: Japan's Kento Momota withstood a barrage of smashes from Indonesia's Anthony Sinisuka Ginting to rally for a thrilling 10-21, 21-19, 21-13 victory on

Kento Momota beats Anthony Ginting to win Singapore Open | Badminton News - Times of India

SINGAPORE, April 13 — Anthony Sinisuka Ginting used his leaping smash to devastating effect to end Chou Tien-chen’s Singapore Open title defence with a thrilling semi-final victory today. The athletic Indonesian caused a major upset against double world champion Chen Long yesterday, and backed...SINGAPORE, April 13 — Anthony Sinisuka Ginting used his leaping smash to devastating effect to end Chou Tien-chen’s Singapore Open title defence with a thrilling semi-final victory today. The athletic Indonesian caused a major upset against double world champion Chen Long yesterday, and backed...

Ginting stuns Chou to continue dream run in Singapore | Sports | Malay Mail

“Through to finals!! Long time I can't with TAI Tzu Ying from Taipei. I'm very excite and looking forward to playing with her. She is No.1 player in the world now. I'll try to her and first title of Singapore.”

Okuhara Nozomi 奥原 希望 on Twitter: "Through to finals!! Long time I can't with TAI Tzu Ying from Taipei. I'm very excite and looking forward to playing with her. She is No.1 player in the world now. I'll try to her and first title of Singapore.… https://t.co/P6tAGHo5sU"

World No. 1s Kento Momota and Tai Tzu-ying took different paths, but displayed the full range of their supreme talents in winning the Singapore Badminton Open singles titles at the Indoor Stadium on Sunday (14 April).World No. 1s Kento Momota and Tai Tzu-ying took different paths, but displayed the full range of their supreme talents in winning the Singapore Badminton Open singles titles at the Indoor Stadium on Sunday (14 April).

World No. 1s clinch Singapore Badminton Open titles

Others News - Taiwan’s Tai Tzu-ying battled back from the brink of defeat to stun Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi in a three-game thriller on Saturday to book a spot in the women’s singles final of the Singapore Badminton Open. The world No. 1 showed patience and resolve in abundance as... Read more at www.tnp.sgTaiwan’s Tai Tzu-ying battled back from the brink of defeat to stun Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi in a three-game thriller on Saturday...

Tai goes from brink of defeat to stunning victory, Latest Others News - The New Paper

Kento Momota struggled to contain his powerful Indonesian opponent, who was finding both corners of the court in the first half of the match. But the top seed dug deep to fight back from 16-11 behind in the second game to force a deciderKento Momota struggled to contain his powerful Indonesian opponent, who was finding both corners of the court in the first half of the match. But the top seed dug deep to fight back from 16-11 behind in the second game to force a decider

Singapore Open 2019: Kento Momota fights back from behind to win men's singles title; Tai Tzu Ying outfoxes Nozomi Okuhara - Firstpost