The first Indian to win the season-ending BWF World Tour Finals tournament. She beat 2017 world champion Nozomi Okuhara in the final. With the straight-game victory, Sindhu became the first Indian to win the BWF World Tour Finals title. With the win, Sindhu claimed her 14th title overall and the first for 2018, which had followed up with a series of disappointments after she was unable to win even a single tournament. Sindhu had lost out on the gold and had to settle for silver in many championships in 2018 including the World Championships, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, Thailand Open and India Open.
In the men ‘singles final, World No. 2 Shi Yuqi upset the top-ranked Kento Momota to win the men’s singles final 21-12, 21-11 at the BWF World Tour Finals 2018 in Guangzhou, China on 16 December 2018. This was Yuqi’s third title of the season to add to his triumphs at the All England Open and the India Open.
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