Lakshya notched up an agreeable 21-14 21-15 win over Svendsen in the title conflict that went on for 34 minutes.
Rising Indian shuttler Lakshya Sen dazed second seed Victor Svendsen of Denmark in straight games to secure the men’s singles title at the Belgian International Challenge in Leuven on Saturday.
Lakshya was taking care of business as he scored up an agreeable 21-14 21-15 win over Svendsen in the title conflict that went on for 34 minutes.
The 18-year-old from Almora had before beaten Denmark’s Kim Bruun 21-18 21-11 win in a 48-minute semi-final clash on Friday night.
The semi-final was a nearby issue at first with Lakshya and Bruun trading leads as often as possible before the Danish shuttler hopped to an 11-9 advantage at the break.
In any case, Lakshya eradicated the shortage after the interim and expand on a thin 13-12 lead to gradually push forward and in the long run, took the opening game easily.
Lakshya turned out with all cylinders blazing in the second game to bounce to a 6-2 lead right off the bat and after that reeled off five straight indicates snatch an 11-3 lead at the breather.
The Indian delivered another burst of five straight indicates to make an enormous hole which Bruun failed to bridge.