Madrid Spain Masters 2023 Concludes with Exciting Results

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Last Updated on 14/06/2023 by Kriss

The Madrid Spain Masters 2023, held from March 28th to April 2nd, has come to a close, with winners from various countries taking home prestigious titles and prize money. The tournament saw 121 men’s singles entries from 38 countries, 106 women’s singles entries from 40 countries, 73 men’s doubles entries from 25 countries, 60 women’s doubles entries from 25 countries, and 83 mixed doubles entries from 24 countries.

Men’s Singles

In the men’s singles category, Japan’s Kenta Nishimoto, ranked 14th, emerged victorious, earning $15,750 in prize money and 7,000 ranking points. Fellow Japanese player Kanta Tsuneyama, ranked 16th, finished second, taking home $7,980 in prize money and 5,950 ranking points. Anders Antonsen from Denmark and Toma Junior Popov from France were joint third and fourth, earning $3,045 each in prize money and 4,900 ranking points.

Women’s Singles

Indonesia’s Gregoria Mariska Tunjung, ranked 14th, triumphed in the women’s singles category, claiming $15,750 in prize money and 7,000 ranking points. India’s Pusarla V. Sindhu, ranked 9th, came in second, winning $7,980 in prize money and 5,950 ranking points. Spanish player Carolina Marin and Singapore’s Yeo Jia Min finished joint third and fourth, both earning $3,045 in prize money and 4,900 ranking points.

Men’s Doubles

In the men’s doubles competition, China’s He Ji Ting and Zhou Hao Dong, ranked 20th, claimed the top spot, winning $16,590 in prize money and 7,000 ranking points. Taiwan’s Fang-Chih Lee and Fang-Jen Lee, ranked 67th, came in second place, earning $7,980 in prize money and 5,950 ranking points. Joint third and fourth place went to Taiwan’s Su Ching Heng and Ye Hong Wei, and China’s Ren Xiang Yu and Tan Qiang, who each won $2,940 in prize money and 4,900 ranking points.

Women’s Doubles

China’s Liu Sheng Shu and Tan Ning, ranked 162nd, won the women’s doubles competition, taking home $16,590 in prize money and 7,000 ranking points. China’s Chen Fang Hui and Du Yue, not ranked, finished second, earning $7,980 in prize money and 5,950 ranking points. South Korea’s Baek Ha Na and Lee So Hee, and Denmark’s Maiken Fruergaard and Sara Thygesen, came joint third and fourth, each winning $2,940 in prize money and 4,900 ranking points.

Mixed Doubles

In the mixed doubles category, Denmark’s Mathias Christiansen and Alexandra Bøje, ranked 18th, emerged as winners, claiming $16,590 in prize money and 7,000 ranking points. Indonesia’s Praveen Jordan and Melati Daeva Oktavianti, ranked 48th, came in second place, taking home $7,980 in prize money and 5,950 ranking points. Joint third and fourth places went to England’s Gregory Mairs and Jenny Moore, and Denmark’s Mathias Thyrri and Amalie Magelund, who each earned $2,940 in prize money and 4,900 ranking points.

The Madrid Spain Masters 2023 showcased some of the world’s best badminton talent and provided thrilling matches for fans across the globe.


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