As was the case last year, there will again this year be a dane in herresinglefinalen at the World Tour event in Indonesia Masters.

And quite as 2019 is it again Anders Antonsen, standing there.

It was clear Saturday noon Danish time, after aarhus Antonsen delivered a real show of strength against Lee Cheuk Yiu from Hong kong.

21-9, 21-14, he won the one-sided semi-final with. And while Lee might not have any Chen Long or Kento Momota, so he is still number 23 on the world ranking.

And he did, after all andenseedede Chou Tien Chen in 1. round, while chinese Shi Yuqi was put to the wall in the quarterfinals.

Anders Antonsen showed themselves again extremely accomplished and kept all the way through a solid and high level, where he only rarely let his opponent get air and opportunities.

From 7-7 in the 1. set he took five points in a row. Then got Lee a few pieces before the dane won the kit nine last points.

There was more parity after sideskiftet. But not very much. Quietly played Antonsen again and again his opponent, who briefly may have sniffed to the hope at 10-13 and 13-17. But up he came, never.

In the final he meets Anthony Ginting, who in the two sets of processed Viktor Axelsen in the semifinals.

See also: Viktor in the violent collapse

Denmark is also represented in the damedoublefinalen, where Maiken Fruergaard and Sara Thygesen surprising is, after they sensationally beat the olympic champions out in the semi-final earlier on Saturday.

See also: Danish sensation in Indonesia