2 Youths Surprise Badminton Giants in German Open Semifinals

2 Youths Surprise Badminton Giants in German Open Semifinals. – A level 300 super competition pitted two Magic Boys in the final round of the German Open 2022. The two “Magic Boys” were Kunlavut Vitidsarn from Thailand and Lakhsya Sen from India. Each of these shocked the giants world badminton. Malaysia’s 2021 champion Lee Zii Jia lost to Thai Kunlavut Vitidsarn. Thai magic boy defeated Lee Zii Jia in the semifinals of the 2022 German Open in straight sets with a score of 13-21, 12-21. Previously in the Malaysian men’s singles, Lee Zii Jia failed to qualify for the 2021 BWF World Tour Finals after losing to Kunlavut Vitidsarn.

BWF World Tour Finals

Competing in the eighth game of the semifinals of the BWF World Tour Finals 2021, Malaysia’s prop lost in straight sets with a score of 2118 and 21 18. Kunlavut Vitidsarn’s victory over Lee Zii Jia at the Open d Germany 2022 resulted in 33 points. 6 matches in various tournaments organized by BWF Kunlavut Vitidsarn, now 20, qualified for the final against Lakhsya Sen. Unexpectedly, Indian Wonder Boy also beat the owner of Padepkan Dubai from Denmark, Viktor Axelsen. Through a fierce and tense match, the fight was forced to go through a rubber match with a score of 2113, 1221, and 2022.

Lakhsya Sen’s victory over Viktor Axelsen at the German Open 2022. For Sen for the first time he beat badminton giant Lakhsya Sen also knocked out Singapore world champion Loh Kean Yew. The two met in the final of the 2022 Indian Open and became champions. Playing at the Indira Gandhi Sports Complex, he defeated the world champion from Singapore, Loh Kean Yew. This was done with a score of 22-20, 19-21, and 21-13. Because of this, young badminton players Kunlavut Vitidsarn and Lakhsya Sen will clash in the final round of the German Open 2022, which will be held today on Inews TV. The following is the schedule for the 2021 German Open final today, Sunday 13 March 2022, starting at 18.00 WIB.

German Open 2021 Final Schedule

1. Dechapol Puavaranukroh [1]/Sapsiree Taerattanachai (Thailand) vs. Ou Xuan Yi/Huang Ya Qiong (China)
2. Chen Yu Fei [3] (China) vs He Bing Jiao (China)
3. Chen Qing Chen [1]/Jia Yi Fan (China) vs Gabriela Stoeva/Stefani Stoeva (Bulgaria)
4. Lakshya Sen (India) vs Kunlavut Vitidsarn (Thailand)
5. Liu Yu Chen/Ou Xuan Yi (China) vs Goh Sze Fei/Nur Izzuddin (Malaysia)

It is known that the German Open 2022 tournament offers a total prize of 200 thousand dollars or around Rp. 2.8 billion. This tournament is also often referred to as a warm-up event for athletes. Before heading to the prestigious 2022 All England Championship, which will be held in March 1620 in Birmingham, England.

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