The 2019 Swiss Open is the seventh tournament of the 2019 BWF World Tour and has been held since 1955 and has now come to an end. Did the winners take it all or was it a fight till the end?
Young Danes surprised in the
The mixed double with Mathias Bay-Smidt and Rikke Søby won the couple’s biggest triumph on the Swiss Open final earlier today. At the final of the Swiss
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Top-talent head to head
Sai Praneeth faultered at the final stage of Swiss Open 2019 as he lost 21-19, 18-21, 12-21 to world No.2 Shi Yuqi of China in the mens singles. Despite starting on a high note and dominating Yuqi for half of the match, errors crept in for Praneeth towards the second half of the match as Yuqi took the title. This was Praneeth’s chance to bag his first title in two years and especially after the kind of form he was in throughout the tournament – he had not dropped a single game.
Praneeth was in top form coming into the final as he absolutely outplayed Olympic champion Chen Long in the semi-final to set up the final date with Yuqi. However, it came down to fitness and ability to carry on for longer on the court where Yuqi took the biggest piece of the cake.
In women’s singles, it was a convincing victory for Chen
|XD||Mathias BAY-SMIDTRikke SØBY||–||Rinov RIVALDY Pitha Haningtyas MENTARI||21-18 12-21 21-16|
|WD||CHANG Ye Na JUNG Kyung Eun||–||Nami MATSUYAMA Chiharu SHIDA||21-16 21-13|
|MS||SHI Yuqi ||–||SAI PRANEETH B.||19-21 21-18 21-12|
|CHEN Yufei ||–||Saena KAWAKAMI||21-9 21-16|
|MD||Fajar ALFIAN Muhammad Rian ARDIANTO||–||LEE Yang WANG Chi-Lin||21-19 21-16|