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Kento Momota – A spectacular return to number 1 in the men’s badminton world rankings

Japanese tennis player Kento Momota is in his peak badminton era, acquiring almost all of the highest titles in the badminton world. He quickly rose to become the number 1 player globally.

It can be said that Japanese badminton once appeared in the men’s singles world championship finals before the match in 2018. Kento Momota has entered the history of Japanese badminton. When it reached the final of this tournament is in the men’s singles division as the first Japanese after many years of absence.

It was Kento Momota who continued to write history when becoming the first Japanese men’s singles champion in the world badminton tournament. He proved his natural talent when he surpassed the Chinese host country’s Shi Yuqi 2-0.

Top badminton player Kento Momota was the person who held second place in the world during the previous badminton championship season. The cause of this more than a year ban was due to him being involved in an illegal casino gambling suspicion.

He was determined to start again from zero. Just one year after returning to competitive badminton, Kento Momota had risen to the top of world badminton extremely convincingly.

Kento Momota has returned, showing her never-degrading status after more than a year of probation. He has surprised the world by winning all the noble titles.

Currently he has world, Asian, and world championships at all BWF levels. Most recently, he has made Japan proud to step up to the World Tour Finals 2020 championship.

The top badminton player beat Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting 17-21, 21-17, 21-14 after just 87 minutes of intense competition. He also won the last championship in Guangzhou, China.

It is worth noting, this is the 11th championship he achieved in the year. This has helped him overcome his historic record of winning 10 awards within a year of retired legend Lee Chong Wei.

Kento Momota lacked only one Olympic Olympic gold medal. In this tournament the Summer Olympics held in Japan itself in 2020. He was determined to win this gold medal, bringing glory to the country.

Champion Roland Garros 2020, Nadal leveled Federer’s Grand Slam record

Easily beat world No 1 Novak Djokovic after 3 games with an overwhelming 6-0, 6-2 and 7-5 score in the 11-10 final evening. Rafael Nadal won the 13th Roland Garros and leveled Roger Federer’s record of 20 Grand Slams.

On the forte field, Rafael Nadal is not too difficult to win the 13th championship title at Roland Garros. The 35-year-old Spaniard only needs 2 hours and 43 minutes of competition to knock the world’s No. 1 Novak Djokovic in 3 games.

He set up a record of victory and did not lose any game in his journey to defend the throne of the Open Solution 2020.

The 56th match between the two players had an unexpected end to the fans expectations. Djokovic proved short of breath and played in imperfect condition after experiencing a difficult semi-final before. The 33-year-old Serbian kept making mistakes and quickly surrendered when Nadal took the lead in the first two games of the final. Nole only really made it difficult for Nadal in game 3, but that was not enough to help him topple him.

Victory over Djokovic is also the 100th win of Nadal’s career at the Grand Slam tournament taking place on the field. He became the first player in the history of Roland Garros to reach 100 wins after 102 appearances and just one more win.

Nadal will be in the top four players with a record of 1,000 wins in his career. He is behind the legends as Jimmy Connors (1,274), Roger Federer (1,242) and Ivan Lendl (1,068).

The 13th time champion Roland Garros is also the 20th Grand Slam title of Nadal’s career and he has equalized the record. He became the second male player in the world to have the most Grand Slams. Nadal also got the second biggest title in 2020 and shortened the score against Djokovic to 27-29.

After the win, Rafael Nadal said: “This title means a lot in my playing career. I came out with the determination to win the game and never thought about leveling the 20 Grand Slam. By Roger Federer, I’ve been through most of the key moments in my career. And I will never forget every moment, the memory of playing, crowning on this favorite pitch, in this beautiful city”.