The Spanish Carolina Marin, Olympic and world champion, defeated the Thai on Sunday Phittayaporn Chaiwan by 21-12 and 21-16, winning the victory in the Syed Modi International Badminton Championship in the India.
This is Marin's second victory in a tournament, along with the one he won in the China Open of badminton in September, after eight months off due to rupture of the cruciate ligament of the right knee that occurred in January.
Carolina Marín, after having a hard-fought duel with South Korea yesterday Ga Eun Kim In the semifinals, he was able to get ahead on the scoreboard from the start of the first set and maintain a comfortable advantage despite the agile Chaiwan's jealousy.
In the second round, however, the Thai dominated Marin, number 18 in the world. At least at the beginning of the set, until the Huelva entered into a run and turned the scoreboard around.
The Spanish champion suffered a ruptured cruciate ligament in her right knee, from which she had to be operated, on January 27 in the Indonesian Masters.
The injury kept her out of the competition until September, when she reappeared in Vietnam, where he fell in the first round. Marin had to retire in addition to the first round of the fuzhou tournament (China) just twenty days ago after an illness.
Marín began the month of November located in the top ten of the world rankings – after adding 58,680 points in eight tournaments throughout the year – a position he occupied for the first time since his serious injury and from which he fell again after his absence In the last tournaments.
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