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Momota tests Covid positive, Japan to miss Thailand Open

Momota has tested positive for the coronavirus, and the association has decided not to send any players, including Momota, to Thailand, said Japan

Japan badminton star Kento Momota recovers fully from injury

"I can see without any problem while I'm playing," the world number one, who underwent surgery for an eye socket fracture in February after the car crash, told reporters.

Badminton world number one Momota hurt in Malaysia crash: Report

The accident happened in the early hours on a major highway as the group headed for Kuala Lumpur International Airport in a van,

Kento Momota defends Fuzhou crown for 10th title of 2019

The 29-year-old Chou is in the unusual position of not having a coach and instead relies on his longtime physio to guide him courtside during matches.

Japan’s Kento Momota wins Korea Open

Momota defeated Tien-Chen 21-19, 21-17 to clinch the final that lasted for almost 53 minutes.

Momota ends Praneeth’s fine run 

Praneeth, who scored impressive wins against sixth seed Anthony Sinisuka Ginting and fourth seed Jonatan Christie (both of Indonesia), fell prey to the marauding Momota.

Praneeth ousts No.6 seed Ginting

But it was Praneeth, who stole the show with a scintillating game. The 16th seed Indian was in full flow to subdue the sixth seed Indonesian. In a game that saw amazing rallies, Praneeth rose to the occasion.

Sameer sails into semifinals

PV Sindhu record third straight win to maintain clean slate

Sai Praneeth’s impossible shot

The backhand technique that the badminton player showed amazed one and all.

Srikanth faces Momota test at Indonesia Open

Momota, whose run of 21 successive wins was cut short by Malaysian legend Lee Chong Wei in the finals yesterday, has defeated Srikanth six times in nine meetings, a statistic which the Indian will be keen to change.

Sindhu, Srikanth lose in Malaysia Open semifinals

It was Srikanth's sixth defeat to Momota in nine meetings, while Sindhu has now lost nine times to Tai Tzu, this being her fifth successive reverse.

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