Ratchanok Intanon (@2.25) vs Nozomi Okuhara (@1.57)

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Ratchanok Intanon – Nozomi Okuhara Match Prediction | 24-08-2019

She won two back-to-back Grand Prix tournaments by winning Vietnam Open Grand Prix and Indonesia Open Grand Prix Gold. In 2010, at the age of 15, she successfully defended her title at the World Junior Championships in Mexico. In the final, she lost to Wang Xin, at that time world number 1, 22-20 17-21 14-21. In 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, she won a silver medal as a member of the women's team.

Sindhu in the semi-finals, but won the bronze medal against Li Xuerui of China in a walkover. and thereby became the first Japanese women's singles player to lift this title in the past 39 years.[3] She also won the bronze medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. In 2016, she won the prestigious All England OpenAfter defeating Wang Shixian in the Final with score 2111, 1621, 2119. She lost to P.V.

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She is known for her relaxed hitting motion and light footwork which has been described as 'balletic' by commentators such as Gillian Clark. Ratchanok Intanon (Thai: , RTGS:Ratchanok Inthanon, pronounced[rt.t.nk n.t.nn]; born 5 February 1995) is a Thai badminton player who became the first Thai to become No.1 in women's singles. She became world champion in women's singles in 2013.

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Nishimoto kept up the energy but Son pulled away at 13-12 in the decider after the Japanese player knocked two shots into the net. Son Wan-ho won his first tournament in two years on Sunday after the 30-year-old snatched the Hong Kong Open from Japan's Kenta Nishimoto, whose teammate Nozomi Okuhara triumphed in the women's finals. The Korean sixth seed, who stunned Japanese world number one Kento Momota in the semis, yielded 12 points in a row in the first game before finding his form after the first break to win 14-21, 21-17, 21-13 in 89 minutes.

At the Asian Games, Ratchanok made it to the quarter-final stage before losing out to Saina Nehwal. She then proceeded to make it to the finals of the Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Open, losing to Nozomi Okuhara 19-21 22-24. 8. She qualified for the HSBC World Tour Finals, where she lost in the semi-finals to Pusarla V. Sindhu. She then proceeded to reach the semi-finals of both the Indonesia Masters Super 500 and the India Open Super 500, losing out to Saina Nehwal[22] and Pusarla V. She finished the year at world no. Sindhu respectively. At the beginning of the year, Ratchanok participated in and won the Malaysia Masters Super 500 tournament, beating Akane Yamaguchi in the semi-finals, and Tai Tzu Ying in the finals, with 24-22 in the third set.

In 2011, she became the most successful player ever in individual events at the BWF World Junior Championships, winning the women's singles title for the third straight time in Taiwan. She won Syed Modi International and was also a member of the women's team that defeated Indonesia in the final at the 2011 Southeast Asian Games. At the BWF World Championships, she was the only player to take a game off of the eventual champion, Wang Yihan.

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However, at 2012 London Olympics quarter-final match with Wang Xin, despite leading 2117 and 16-9 in the second game, she failed to close the match and eventually lost 2117, 1821, 1421. In 2012 Ratchanok, at 16 years of age, was awarded the Best Female Athlete Award in Thailand after winning the world junior title for three successive years. She finished the year as world number 9. Ratchanok's biggest goal is to win the Olympic gold medal. She reached the finals of the SCG Thailand Open 2012 but lost to Saina Nehwal 1921 2115 2110 in the finals.[3] She entered the finals of a Super Series tournament for the first time in 2012 China Open Super Series Premier but lost to Li Xuerui 12-21, 9-21. She qualified for the Super Series Finals and lost in the semi-finals.

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She again reached the finals of the SCG Thailand Open 2013. She reached the finals of the 2013 All England Open Badminton Championships, losing to Tine Rasmussen 1421, 2116, 1021.[4] Despite her loss, she is still the youngest singles finalist ever at the All England tournament. She won her first Superseries tournament by beating Juliane Schenk 22-20, 21-14 in the Yonex Sunrise India Open 2013 to become the youngest-ever Superseries winner, with the age of 18 years, 2 months and 22 days[5] (She held this record for 6 months until Akane Yamaguchi won the 2013 Japan Open at the age of 16). 2013 was one of Ratchanok's golden years. This time she won the title, beating Busanan Ongbumrungpan 20-22, 21-19, 21-13[6] to become the first Thai ever to win the women's singles title at the Thailand Open since it was first held in 1984.

2018 was no good year for the fantastic Thai player who only bagged one title and was in two finals. Fun fact: Both the finals Ratchanok Intanon played this year finished 24-22 in last game. Only once in second half of the year Intanon managed to go further than the quarterfinals; that was when she finished runner-up in the last World Tour event of the year, the Hong Kong Open. Ratchanok Intanon finished fifth on the HSBC Race to Guangzhou Ranking and is number 8 on the BWF World Ranking. Thailands best is defending a third place from last years season final where she lost the semifinal to Akane Yamaguchi.

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At the German Open Super 300, Ratchanok beat Nozomi Okuhara[24] in the Semi-Finals, but lost to Akane Yamaguchi in 3 games, losing 23-25 in the deciding game. This was her second consecutive 1st round exit at All England open. She won her matches in straight sets, including beating Tai Tzu Ying,[23] to set up a final against Carolina Marin. Ratchanok beat Marin 21-9 22-20 to successfully defend her title. Ratchanok participated in the Malaysia Masters Super 500, hoping to defend her title. After that in form Ratchanok went to England for All England Open but lost in first round to player she never lost before Chen Xiaoxin of China in 3 rubber games.