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Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Momota's 11th, Yufei 7th title China Leads in BWF World Tour Finals

BWF World Tour Finals: Momota 11th, Yufei Claims 7th as China leads in titles race of 2019.





Kento Momota won his 11th titles in men's singles of the 2019 season surpassed the record of retired Malaysian great Lee Chong Wei winning the most titles in one season are 10 titles in 2010, as Chen Yufei claimed the women's singles title at the BWF World Tour Finals 2019 tournament overall her 7th title of the season...


 Kento Momota became the first player ever to win half-a-million US dollars in prize money in a calendar year after he added the lucrative HSBC BWF World Tour Finals 2019 to ten other titles this season.




2019 BWF World Tour Finals: Momota 11th, Yufei Claims 7th, Winners list, prize money, fund.




BWF World Tour Finals 2019: Full List of Winners, Prize money, fund, Winners Share.




Kento Momota Supremacy, 11th titles in One Calendar year, record.



The 25-year-old Momota had lost last year’s final to China’s Shi Yuqi, but made no mistake on Sunday, treating the crowd inside the packed Tianhe Stadium in Guangzhou to an amazing display of badminton, as he came back to win the season-ending event 17-21, 21-17, 21-14.

 The next highest men’s singles player behind Momota was Indonesia Open winner Chou Tien Chen with US$234,610.


  Momota made US$120,000 from winning the season finale in Guangzhou.



  •  2 Super 1000 events (All England and VICTOR China Open),
  •  3 Super 750 events (Japan Open, Denmark Open, Fuzhou China Open),
  •  2 Super 500 (Singapore Open, Korea Open), 
  •     One Super 300 (German Open), 
  •     Asian Badminton Championship 2019 title.
  •     BWF World Championship title 2019.
  •  With 11 titles in 2019, Momota became the most successful men’s singles player in a calendar year.




Chen Yufei gets world number one in women's singles title.


In women’s singles, Chen Yu Fei, the most successful player this season claimed his seven titles with scores 12-21, 21-12, 21-17, pocketed US$387,875, but her dominance was not as one-sided as Momota’s, with the second-placed Tai Tzu Ying not too far behind. Tai made US$307,700.

The other highest earner is: Watanabe made US$68,137 in men’s doubles and US$91,250 in mixed, taking his total earnings to US$159,387.



Mixed Doubles title won by Chinese pair.


Alongside the World Championships winners, all three Super 1000 titles in-hand, Doubles Zheng Si Wei and Huang Ya Qiong ended their season on a high by clinching the BWF World Tour Finals title 2019. However, Wang and Huang were unable to emulate their success of 12 months ago and succumbed to this year’s top seeds and world number 1 duo in straight sets, 21-14, 21-14.

The Doubles World Champions took home over a quarter-million US dollars each (US$263,200) during a season.



Chinese women take doubles title.


Chinese pair in the women's doubles, as world number 1 ranked pair Chen Qingchen and Jia Yifan beat Japanese duo Mayu Matsumoto and Wakana Nagahara to claim the title. The emphatic 21-14, 21-10 victory took 43 minutes.

They are the highest earners in women’s doubles, with each making US$216,131.



The 'Daddies' show makes history in men's doubles.


The most successful Doubles pair, despite winning the Eight titles of this season each pocketed US$245,316,
Unfortunately, Hiroyuki Endo and Yuta Watanabe Lost BWF World Finals 2019 by Indonesian pair Mohammad Ahsan and Hendra Setiawan 24-22, 21-19, affectionately known as the 'Daddies', added the World Tour Finals 2019 crown to a year, it's their fourth title of the season alongside in New Zealand, All England and also claimed the World Championship title and took home (US$200,320  prize money each)...



Top 10 Highest Paid Earners in Badminton Season 2019: Winners prize fund.




1.Kento Momota US$506,900

2.Chen Yu Fei US$387,875

3.Tai Tzu Ying US$307,700

4.Zheng Si Wei US$263,200.63

4.Huang Ya Qiong US$263,200

5.Akane Yamaguchi US$249,272

6.Marcus Fernaldi Gideon US$245,316

6.Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo US$245,31

7.Chou Tien Chen US$234,610

8.Chen Qing Chen US$216,131

8.Jia Yi Fan US$216,131

9. Mohammad Ahsan US$200,230

9. Hendra Setiawan US$200,230





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