In the title match, Shi Yuki was beaten by 21-19, 18-21, 12-21
World number 5 in the semifinals and Olympic champion China's Chen Long defeated
Basel. Indian shuttler B Sai Praneeth missed the title of Swiss Open Badminton Tournament In the final, he was beaten by World No. 2 Yuki 21-19, 18-21, 12-21. However, the non-seeded and world's 22nd shuttler Sai defeated Olympic champion Chen Long in the semi-final.
Lucky Sie for the second time from Yuki
Both between Yuki and Sai were in front of the court for a second time. Earlier both of them were in the Thomas and Uber Cup finals in 2017. Even then, Sai lost to Yuki 9-21, 21-15, 12-21. In this tournament, P Kashyap, Ajay Jayaram, Sameer Verma and Shubhankar Dey were also part of India, but no shuttleers could move forward from the second round.
After winning the first set, both the game loses Praneet
Praneeth surprised Yuki with a spectacular performance in the first game. It seemed as if he would again drop the wall of China, but Yuki won the game 21-18 with three consecutive points after the 18-18 draw in the second game. Top seed player did not give any chance to the Indian player in the deciding game and got the title changed. Praneeth won his last title as a Thailand Open in 2017.