Sunday, 04 September 2022 – 06:10 WIB
Japanese men’s singles badminton player Kenta Nishimoto. Photo: BWF/Badminton Photo.
jpnn.comOSAKA – No one expected Kenta Nishimoto (Japan) to be able to go far at the 2022 Japan Open.
So far, the 28-year-old badminton player seems to have been immersed in the shadow of Japan’s best men’s singles, Kento Momota.
However, just as Momota was dimming, Nishomoto burst to the surface.
Japan Open 2022 seemed to be a stage for Nishimoto to show off.
Two Japanese men’s singles, Kento Momota (left) and Kenta Nishimoto (right). Photo: BWF/Badminton Photo.
Unmitigated, Nishimoto managed to eject two leading players at once, namely Jonatan Christie (6/Indonesia) and Anders Antonsen (3/Denmark).
Jojo couldn’t handle Nishimoto’s agility in the round of 16. At that time, the representatives of Indonesia surrendered through the fight rubber game 21-15, 13-21, 18-21.
Nishimoto’s surprise continued in the semifinals. He beat the third seed from Denmark, Anders Antonsen with a score of 22-20, 21-19.
Japan Open 2022 is the stage for Kenta Nishimoto to show off. The giant assassin status deserves to be pinned.
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