HAVANA, Mar 31 (acn) In a game more comfortable than expected, the Czech Jan Frohlich won the crown of the Giraldilla of Havana International Badminton Tournament. Frohlich defeated in two sets 21-9 and 21-6 the American Bjorn Seguin, in the Men’s Singles final, in a match held at the Sports City Coliseum. Thus the Czech, who appears 88th in the world rankings, improved his previous year performance, he finished second, and he also earned 2 500 points for his personal score. In the case of Seguin, 93rd of the world, and executioner in the semifinals of the Cuban Osleni Guerrero, had to settle for second seat. Among women, the Italian Jeanine Cicognini beat 21-19 and 21-13 the Belgian Marie Demy to win the scepter. Likewise, the women’s doubles event was won by the Peruvian Danica Nishimura and Luz Zornoza María, who defeated 21-15, 21-17 their countrywomen Camila Garcia and Daniela Zapata. The other winners of the day were the Guatemala men’s duo made up by Rodolfo Ramirez and Jonathan Solis, who beat 21-15 and 21-11 the Americans Seguin and Mathew Fogarty. While the mixed doubles event was won 21-16, 21-15 by the locals Guerrero and Taimara Oropeza over Peruvians Andres Corpancho and Luz Maria Zornoza.
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