|Men’s singles||Kento Momota||Anders Antonsen|
|Women’s singles||P. V. Sindhu||Nozomi Okuhara|
|Men’s doubles||Mohammad Ahsan Hendra Setiawan||Takuro Hoki Yugo Kobayashi|
|Women’s doubles||Mayu Matsumoto Wakana Nagahara||Yuki Fukushima Sayaka Hirota|
Hereof, who won Badminton 2020?
2020 BWF World Tour Finals
|Location||Pak Kret, Nonthaburi, Thailand|
|Men’s singles||Anders Antonsen|
|Women’s singles||Tai Tzu-ying|
Moreover, who won the World Female Single Badminton Championship 2019?
|Women’s singles at the 2019 BWF World Championships|
|P. V. Sindhu India Nozomi Okuhara Japan Ratchanok Intanon Thailand Chen Yufei China|
|← 2018 Nanjing 2021 Huelva →|
What is the salary of PV Sindhu?
PV Sindhu Net Worth
|Profession||Indian badminton player|
|Monthly Income And Salary||50 Lakhs +|
|yearly Income||6 Crore +|
|Last Updated||September 2021|
BWF World Rankings
|RANK||COUNTRY / TERRITORY||PLAYER|
|4||TPE||CHOU Tien Chen|
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