Japan’s men’s mates, Kento Momota blazoned that he’d be taking a hiatus from competition until the end of 2022. According to reports, Momota is presently in the dark occasion of his career.
Badminton suckers Indonesia gave the surname’ your majesty’ to Kento Momota. Because he’s one of the stylish men’s mates from Japan. His distinctive and unyielding playing style has earned Momota colorful prestigious titles. One of them, he formerly held the title as the BWF world champion (2019).
Until eventually the name Momota entered the Guinness Book of World Records. The reason is, Momota managed to win the’ utmost men’s mates badminton title in one season’.
Momota has also been ranked number one in the BWF since 27 September 2018. In 2021, Danish badminton player Viktor Axelsen managed to uncrown him. The decline in Momota’s ranking was due to numerous factors. The main factor is because of internal diseases.
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The 28- time-old badminton athlete had an unfortunate accident in Malaysia in January 2020. In 2022, Kento Momota failed to win the title in 12 badminton events. Tragically, eight of them recorded Momota being knocked out in the round of 32.
Momota’s poor performance made Kento Momota decide to withdraw from the 2022 Denmark Open and 2022 French Open. The Japan Badminton Association (NBA) has officially blazoned the withdrawal of Momota.
Kento Momota Resignation Draws Public Attention
The abdication of Momota, made Japan have to calculate on Kanta Tsuneyama. Kenta Nishimoto, and Kodai Naraoka at the 2022 Denmark Open and 2022 French Open. In addition, Kento Momota’s abdication has also attracted public attention.
Quoting from the media Aiyuke mentioned that Momota’ lost his passion’ in playing badminton. thus, Kento Momota won’t be sharing in the remainder of this time’s BWF events.
” Regarding the future, I want to be calmer and suppose about it again,” said Kento Momota, launching from the Japanese media website, Badminton Spirit.
” I used to be too easy to win crowns, as if it was a natural thing. But now it’s veritably delicate, because I have not been suitable to win it for quite a long time.” Momota said.