Two childhood friends from Aarhus was in action in the quarterfinals at the All England Friday evening.
And it was Anders Antonsen, who pulled out victorious out of the meeting, when he won 21-10, 21-13 over Rasmus Gemke.
this is The first time that Antonsen is ready for the semi-final of the prestigious badminton tournament in Birmingham.
Femteseedede Antonsen was superior in the first set, where he wiped out Gemke in most duels.
Useedede Gemke, who would like to have long duels, never get into the fight in the first set.
Antonsen was changed several times pace and presents many points with his smash. It is so easy for Antonsen.
Almost symbolic hammered Antonsen fjerbolden in the head on Gemke and getting ahead 20-10. On his first sætbold took Antonsen first set in 22 minutes.
the Reason for the 22 minutes, however, most are found by, that was taken a very long time between the dueling, which in itself was quite short.
In the second set that changed, and Gemke got Antonsen a little more out of glatis.
Dueling was longer, and it was to Gemkes advantage that came with for the position 10-10.
from Here pulled Antonsen from and getting ahead 13-10, and a little later it was 16-11. The judge asked Antonsen hurry a little more in between the points.
Antonsen clenched fists and won three points in a row to a comfortable score of 19-11-keeping.
Despite a few reductions were Gemke never close to true Antonsen.
In the semi-final must Antonsen now meeting topseedede Chou Tien Chen from Taiwan.
Viktor Axelsen is also ready for Saturday's semi-finals. Abreu will be meeting Lee Zii Jia from Malaysia. The two players are tørnet together two times previously and has won once each.