INDONESIANS Marissa Vita and Keshya Hanadia held off the late-charging Alyssa Leonardo and Thea Pomar, 21-11, 23-21, to snare the Open women’s doubles crown in the Bingo Bonanza National Open Badminton Tournament at Glorietta 5 Atrium in Makati City late Sunday.
Vita and Hanadia, who booted out top seed Jessie Francisco and Eleanor Inlayo in the quarterfinals, seized control early and completed the win in 30 minutes.
The duo took the P120,000 prize, with Vita completing a double by also teaming up with local ace Ronel Estanislao to win the Open mixed doubles plum with a 21-17, 21-15 romp over second seed Alvin Morada and Alyssa Leonardo.
Peter Magnaye and Paul Vivas, former Swiss Juniors champions, beat top seed Joper Escueta and Ronel Estanislao, 21-16, 21-18, in the Open men’s doubles final in the week-long top ranking event backed by Victor PCOME and Gatorade.
Sarah Joy Barredo and Mark Alcala took the singles titles.
Barredo beat besting Airah Albo, 15-21, 21-16, 21-6, and Alcala retained his crown by upending top seed Kevin Cudiamat, 21-14, 21-17, in the event sponsored by Bingo Bonanza and sanctioned by the Philippine Badminton Association.
The doubles winners received P120,000, with the runners-up getting P72,000. The singles champions bagged P100,000 each with the runners-up receiving P60,000 each.