At the Para-Badminton World Championship, the men's singles wheelchair class final was held, and world No. 1 player Daiki Kajiwara defeated the South Korean player by a game count of 2-0, winning the tournament for the second consecutive time.

The Para-Badminton World Championship was held in Thailand for 6 days until the 25th, and on the final day of the tournament, the final of the men's singles wheelchair class was held. Kajiwara, the only Japanese player to advance to the final and the world No. 1 ranked player, won the world championship. I played against a Korean player who ranked 5th.

The 22-year-old Kajiwara has won 106 consecutive international tournaments since winning the gold medal at the Tokyo Paralympics, showing overwhelming strength in this event.

In the first game, he used his characteristic chair work to pick up the shuttlecock tenaciously, inducing the opponent to make mistakes, and in the final stages, he pushed the opponent away and won 21-16.

In the second game, they dominated with a score of 21-10, including a big rally and a skillful shot that landed in front of the opponent's court, winning the game 2-0 in straight sets and winning the tournament for the second time in a row.

Kajiwara has now won 107 consecutive international tournaments, tying the singles record held by his idol, Shingo Kunieda, who has accomplished numerous feats in wheelchair tennis.

Additionally, this World Championship is the final point race for a spot to qualify for this year's Paris Paralympics, and Kajiwara has made great strides toward earning a spot.