Kento Momota Height, Weight, Bio, Net Worth, Family, Religion & More

Kento Momota Height, Weight, Bio, Net Worth, Family, Religion & More


Nickname Peter
Profession Badminton Player
Famous Name Kento Momota
Age 29 years

Physical States & More

Height 1.75 m (5ft 9in)
Handedness Left
Weight(approx.) 68 kg
Eye color Black
Hair Color Dark Brown
Body Measurements Under Reviews

Personal Life 

Date of birth September 1, 1994
Nationality Japanese
occupation Celebrity
Birth Country Japan
Ethnicity Asian
Birthplace Kagawa
Horoscope Virgo
Coach Yosuke Nakanishi
Home town Kagawa Japan
School Fukushima Prefectural Tomioka Senior High School
College None
Educational Qualification Fukushima Prefectural Tomioka Senior High School
Gander Male
Family Members 6 members
Team Japanese Team
Hobbies Reading, Jam training
Sports Badminton
BWF World’s Rankings 1st (As of 4/6/2021)
Badminton’s Equipment Shuttlecock, Racquet, Net
Last Update November, 2022
Zodiac sign Virgo

Relationship and Love Life

Marital Status Unmarried
Affair /Girlfriend N/A
Wife/Spouse N/A


Wife/Spouse N/A
Parents Father: Nobuhiro Momota
Siblings Momota Meiko
Children None
Mother None
Father Nobuhiro Momota
Brother name N/A


Favorite Sports Badminton
Favorite Coach Yosuke Nakanishi
Sexual orientation Straight
Favorite Color Red and Black
Favorite Mobile phone Apple
Favorite musician None
Favorite Sports Badminton
Favorite Pets Dogs
Favorite Foods Pasta, Sandwich,

Thomas Cup

2014 New Dehli Men’s Team
2018 Bangkok Men’s Team
2020 Aarhus Men’s Team
2022 Bangkok Men’s Team

Net worth

Net worth $5 million
Brand endorsement Fee Update Soon
income Source Badminton
Annual Income None
Salery We will update the salary soon
Last Update 2022

Asian Championship

2018 Wuhan Men’s single
2019 Wuhan Men’s single

World Junior Championships

2012 Chiba Boy’s singles
2012 Chiba Mixed team

Facts about Kento Momota

  • ¬†Kento Momota born 1 September 1994) is a Japanese badminton player. He is known to have a skillful and relentless play style on the court. He has won several major badminton tournaments including two World Championship titles two Aslan Championship titles, and one All-England title. Momota entered into the Guinness Book of World Records for “The most badminton men’s singles titles in a season”, for his achievements by winning 11 titles in the 2019 season.
  • Kento Momota is one of the most popular and richest Celebrities who was born on September 1, 1994, in Kagawa Japan. As of June 1, 2023, Peter has a net worth of approximately $5 Million.
  • Kento Momota has recently become the world’s top badminton player, known for his bold moves on the court and distinct style of play. He recently defeated Viktor Axelsen of Denmark 24-22,-21-11 in his first season at the Malaysian Masters.
  • As the world’s nobody badminton player, Kento may have amassed a sizable fortune over the course of his career. His total assets are also estimated to be around $3 Million.
  • Kento was fated to be raised by Japanese guardians. He is Nobuhiro Momota’s son. His mother’s name was on the media, and His Younger sister, Momota Meiko raised him.
  • Kinto, as a competitor, has kept his personal life private. Kento’s dating life has never been revealed, and he has never been photographed with a young lady. As a result, Kento appears to be more concerned with his professional life than with dating a young lady.
  • He entered as “The most badminton men’s singles titles in a season.”
  • 2 and men’s singles defending champion Kento Momota has pulled out with injury,” the world of the game governing body said in a statement. “Momota also withdrew from last week’s HSBC BWF World Tour Finals 2021 with a back issue and has returned to Japan.”
  • As they say, a clear goal and persistence is the key to success; he proved his skill and got himself in the second ranking of the BWF’s best players.
  • Momota made a full recovery and headed into the Tokyo Games on home soil in July this year as the favorite to win gold. But his Olympic dream turned into a nightmare when he was eliminated in the group stage.
  • Momota, along with his many triumphs, won some of the major tournaments like two World Championships titles, one All-England title, and two Asian Championship titles.

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