The Danish badmintonstjerne Viktor Axelsen took Sunday, the year's first tournament win outside of the european continent.
At the India Open, which ranks at level 4 on the World Tour, won the Abreu finals of indian Srikanth Kidambi with a 21-7, 22-20.
Thus went the team through the tournament without surrendering a single set, even if he is in the finals had to fend off two sætbolde in the second set.
With the victory follows a præmiecheck on the button 175.000 crowns.
Abreu started to play on the good court, where there was a headwind, and that he exploited to the full.
Srikanth Kidambi could not control its lift and clear in tailwind, and if not the ball of smoke out, was the map, which Axelsen punished again and again with its sharp angrebsslag.
11-7 in Danish favor, it was called the halfway point, and from here took the 25-year-old fynbo total his indian opponent in the rest of the set.
He took the ten points on the strip after the short break at mid-term and reached 12 points in a row.
21-7 in just 11 minutes, and hjemmebanedarlingen had a big job ahead of them, if not it should end with a Danish massacre.
Abreu now came over on the hard side of the net, as he continued to dominate from the start. Srikanth Kidambi got stopped the pointmæssige bleeding at 1-3 after 15 points in a row.
Abreu could not play quite as freed up due to the wind, and slowly came most indians in the fray again.
From 9 to 12 he came back at 12-12, and at 14-13 he came the first time in front since 2-1 in the first set.
It was quite close all the way, and it smelt of a third set, as Srikanth Kidambi got two sætbolde at 20-18, but then lifted Abreu again the level.
With four points in a row, and he took jack home.
It is his second tournament win of the year. He also won the China Masters, which ranks at level 5, while he at All England had to see themselves beaten in the final by Kento Momota.
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