a week ago, lost to Viktor Axelsen a close quarter-final to indoneseren Jonathan Christie in Malaysia.
Friday was Abreu over again for Christie, this time in Singapore - and this time won the dane after a new close encounter.
Abreu beat Christie with the digits 22-24, 21-18, 24-22 after 1 hour and 20 minutes of play.
the First set was extremely balanced, and both players seemed toptændte from the start.
Abreu was in the lead several times, but in front of 10-7 it went wrong for the tredjeseedede dane, who lost eight points in a row.
It meant that Christie was suddenly solid in front with a 15-10, in Abreu said again and got in touch at 18-18.
Abreu missed a sætbold in front 20-19, and indoneseren piggybacked on the two netrullere in a row and came in front 21-20.
It was bailed out by Abreu, who himself missed his second sætbold in front 22-21.
Christie was generally quick at the net, and Axelsen messed things up with just the part of the game.
It was instrumental in the indoneseren, which is number eight in the world, snatched the first set
In the second set was Axelsen long behind, but Christie lost his momentum by the post 13-13.
from Here, resigned Abreu for real and got put balance in the accounts to win the set. At the same time began Christie to look more and more tired.
In the third set it looked like to the confusion, the first, as both players took turns to take the guides.
Abreu was good for all of the time to find new solutions for tactically outmaneuver his opponent.
Christie, however, was also strong at the end of the third set, where the weariness had also formed a bit of Abreu.
In the final stage, saved Axelsen two matchbolde against himself, before he even won the last two points in the fight and could roar its cheers.
the Singapore Open ranks as the Super 500 tournament on the World Tour.