Toyota Thailand Open 2021 Finals: Vitthigus vs Axelsen, Marin vs Tai Tzu, Catch finals live on Disney+ Hotstar

Toyota Thailand Open 2021 Finals Live Streaming starts at 12PM on Disney+ Hotstar. The Men’s Singles Finals will be all Danish affair between 35 year old Hans Kristian Vittinghus & 4th seed Viktor Axelsen. The Women Singles Finals will be the repeat of last week’s finals between Carolina Marin (Spain) and Tai Tzu Ying (Chinese Taipei)

Men’s Singles Finals – Hans Kristian Vittinghus dream run continues: A 35-year-old who was confirmed of his participation from the reserves list for the Asian Leg has scripted its unlikeliest story yet. Vitthigus who had spent 166 minutes on court before his semifinal at the Thailand Open, defeated Anders Antonsen 21-19 21-8 in the first semi-finals while Axelsen got the better of Taipei’s Chou Tien Chen

Time Draw Score Duration
Impact Arena – 1
1. Starting at 12:00 PM WD
LEE So Hee [3] Korea
SHIN Seung Chan Korea
Korea KIM So Yeong [4]
Korea KONG Hee Yong
2. Followed by MD
Aaron CHIA [8] Malaysia
SOH Wooi Yik Malaysia
Chinese Taipei LEE Yang [6]
Chinese Taipei WANG Chi-Lin
3. Followed by WS
TAI Tzu Ying [1] Chinese Taipei
Spain Carolina MARIN [5]
4. Followed by MS
Hans-Kristian Solberg VITTINGHUS Denmark
Denmark Viktor AXELSEN [4]
5. Followed by XD
Dechapol PUAVARANUKROH [1] Thailand
Sapsiree TAERATTANACHAI Thailand
Korea SEO Seung Jae [4]
Korea CHAE Yujung


Indian Challenge Ends: Ashwini Ponnappa and Satwiksairaj crashes out of the Thailand Open semifinals, Indian mixed doubles pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Ashwini Ponnappa have been ousted from the Thailand Open after losing in the semifinal on Saturday.Thailand’s Dechapol Puavaranukroh and Sapsiree Taerattanachai cruised to the final after beating Rankireddy and Ponnappa 22-20, 18-21, 21-12 in the encounter that lasted about an hour. After losing the hard-fought first game, the Indian pair came out all guns blazing to claim the second game despite the strong challenge from the opponents.

In the final game of the encounter, both the teams gave their all in an effort to march to the summit clash, but the Indian duo failed to outclass the local pair. The Thai pair went to the mid-game break with a two-point advantage and continued their dominance in the rest of the match and won the game 21-12.

Rankireddy and Ponnappa were the only Indian players left in the competition after others failed to win their respective matches in the competition.

Earlier in the day, Satwiksairaj and his men’s doubles partner Chirag Shetty lost in the semi-final.

Malaysia’s Aaron Chia and Soh Wooi Yik defused the Indian attack in two straight sets 21-18, 21-18 to sail into the finals of the showpiece event. Satwiksairaj and Chirag were defeated by eight-seeded Malaysian pair despite their valiant effort in the semi-final clash.

In the Men’s Doubles Semi-Finals, Satwik & Chirag Shetty lost to 8th seeded pair of Aaron Chia & Soo Woi of Malaysia in straight sets 21-18, 21-18.

When will be Toyota Thailand Open 2021 Finals Start? – Date
Toyota Thailand Open 2021 Finals will be played on Jan- 24

What Time Toyota Thailand Open 2021 Finals matches Will begin on Sunday? Time
Toyota Thailand Open 2021 Semi-final matches Will begin at 12:00 PM IST

What are the venues for Toyota Thailand Open 2021 fiNALS? – Venue
Toyota Thailand Open 2021 Finals will be played at Thailand

Where to watch the Toyota Thailand Open Finals live in India?
The Toyota Thailand Open Finals badminton matches will be telecast live in India on the Star Sports 3 and Star Sports 2 HD TV channels. Broadcast starts from January 24, 12PM Indian Standard Time (IST).

Live streaming of the Toyota Thailand Open badminton will be available on Disney+ Hotstar OTT platform.

Toyota Thailand Open 2021 Prize money:

The total prize money for this tournament is US$1,000,000