Japan’s men served notice of their prowess at the TOTAL BWF Thomas & Uber Cup Finals 2018 today, brushing aside Hong Kong 4-1 in the second session of the opening day in Bangkok.

Japan wrapped up the tie by the third match at the cost of only one game in the Group C encounter. The resurgent Kento Momota achieved the breach early on for Japan, recovering from a one-game deficit and stepping into gear for a 15-21 21-16 21-15 result over Ng Ka Long in the first Men’s Singles.

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