Anders Antonsen will be facing world no. 1 Kento Momota today in the final of the 2021 Daihatsu Indonesia Masters.

The Dane is down 1-5 in the head to head record against Momota.

The sole win he recorded against Momota was coincidentally in the 2019 edition of the same tournament, the Daihatsu Indonesia Masters.

Antonsen commented,​​“It’s going to be interesting for sure. My 2019 final was a breakthrough moment for me and a match I have watched back many times since. That was a crazy, good experience and hopefully, I can get one more win.

“Kento is back to his best level. Or at least very close to it. It’s going to be tough but I’m looking forward to the match.”

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