Defending champions and surprise constellations take home the trophies

October 20, 2019 6:33 Published by


Sunday, five eminent constellations took home the titles at DANISA DENMARK OPEN presented by VICTOR which concludes this year’s Super 750 tournament on Danish soil. Get the recap of the fantastic five of Today right here. 


The winners of DANISA DENMARK OPEN 2019 presented by VICTOR have been found as five of the world’s strongest constellations took in their last victory of the Super 750 tournament.

First player to take in the trophy was a revenant from last year’s tournament, more specifically world number one Tai Tzu Ying, who hasn’t lost a single set in the tournament.

In the showdown with Nozomi Okuhara, the Taiwanese won the match in two sets, without being in any real trouble. However, the match consisted of plenty of long and tough rallies, where Tai showed out to be the strongest today.

Watch the interview with the women’s singles winner right here:

Also read: Defending champion Tai Tzu Ying dominates in the final against former world champion

The mixed double final was surprisingly won by the Indonesian pair Oktavianti/Jordan, who defeated the second seed pair from China, Wang/Huang in a thrilling three sets.

The match included a lot of spectacular duels where both pairs fought their very best. The Chinese had a hard time defending against Jordan’s attack, who played a great game with plenty of power and creativity. Today’s title is the for the Indonesian constellation.

– It’s our fifth final together so we are very pleased that we finally get the win. The main thing for us is that we have good communication and because of the team work we won the match today, said the mixeddoubles winners of DANISA DENMARK OPEN 2019 presented by VICTOR.

Also read: Jordan/Oktavianti beat their evil spirit and take home their first title

In the woman’s doubles final, the crowd was given another great surprise as Kyun/Baej from Korea defeated the fourth seed Chen/Jia from China. Their title here at DANISA DENMARK OPEN 2019 presented by VICTOR is their very first.

The Koreans made a great comeback after losing the first set 9-21. From there, they fought for every single point, in a long three-set-game. They showed an amazing fighting spirit and closed the decider game 21-15 after two interruptions due to a (false) fire alarm going off in the arena.

You can also click here to get an overview of all the results and winners at VICTOR DENMARK PARA BADMINTON presented by DANISA

In the men’s doubles category, we had an all Indonesian showdown in which there never really was any doubt about who would be the victor.

Kevin Sukamuljo/Marcus Gideon have for a long period had the knack of their two countrymen, Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan and Sunday was no difference as the titleholders reclaimed the trophy by 21-14, 14.

On the scoreboard the men’s singles final pretty much looked the same. Definding champion and world champion Kento Momota was indeed convincing as he overcame his last Chinese challenge of this year’s DANISA DENMARK OPEN presented by VICTOR. Chen Long put in a good fight and managed to keep up the pace in the first part of the game. However, the Japanese superstar turbocharged in especially second half of both sets concluding the match with a score of 21-14, 21-

By now, Momota hasn’t lost a match in three months!

Click here to find all the results from DANISA DENMARK OPEN 2019 presented by VICTOR

We hope all players, volunteers, officials and audiences have had a fantastic DANISA DENMARK OPEN presented by VICTOR and we are already looking forward until next year!