【Press conference】 On March 6, Japanese badminton player Kento Momota held a press conference. Part of the conference was translated into English. I hope it reaches all badminton fans around the world.

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Badminton world number one update after the car crash in Malaysia in January.He could not see well during practice. He was diagnosed with fractured bone near his eye and had surgery immediately. He needs 3 months to recover.

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lands in Narita Airport. Much of his face is covered, but scars are visible from the car crash in Kuala Lumpur. He walks out the airport without responding to questions from reporters.

Badminton world No.1 suffered cuts and bruising in the accident near Kuala Lumpur, but is aiming to return at the All England Championships on March 11

could be out for two months after being injured in a car crash that killed his driver just hours after he won the Malaysia Masters

We have the latest news on who was involved in a motor vehicle accident in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Monday morning. MORE:

Badminton world number one Kento Momota was injured and his driver was killed in a crash near Kuala Lumpur on Monday

world number one was among four people lightly injured in a crash in on Monday which left their driver dead, reports said, hours after he won the Malaysia Masters tournament

The bar was raised in 2019. 11 tour titles in one year for record-breaking Momota!

& was the only winners who went undefeated through Other winners all finished 2nd in their group

fought back from a game down to win his 11th title of the year with victory at the Finals

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