Axelsen in the final: Could have gone both ways

Viktor Axelsen is happy that he on Sunday can come on the field in Birmingham for the All England-finals, but he could just as well have been losing tanjung rhu

Axelsen in the final: Could have gone both ways

Viktor Axelsen is happy that he on Sunday can come on the field in Birmingham for the All England-finals, but he could just as well have been losing tanjung rhu

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
14 mart 2020 Saturday 11:00
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Axelsen in the final: Could have gone both ways

Viktor Axelsen is happy that he on Sunday can come on the field in Birmingham for the All England-finals, but he could just as well have been losing tanjung rhu resort, nestled.

the typing of the Danish badmintonprofil in a posting on Facebook, after he Saturday, beating the 21-year-old malaysier Lee Zii Jia in three sets with a 17-21, 21-13, 21-19.

- I'm happy to be on the vindersiden today. Thank you for a good fight LZJ! Could have gone both ways, he writes.

Saturday's semi-final ended with a bit of a drama. Axelsen lost the first set and halsede after in it is essential, before last be able to heave the victory of the country.

Therefore expresses the dane also respect for the young malaysier, which is the number 13 in the world ranking, where Abreu is seven.

- My opponent Lee Zii Jia played very well today and played very intensely, but fortunately I won and are in the finals.

- I will not think too much on the now. I just want to take a good rest and prepare for tomorrow's finale, writes Andersen on Facebook.

In the final he may end up to face fellow countryman Anders Antonsen, who later on Saturday to play the semi-final against topseedede Chou Tien Chen.

Last year lost Axelsen finals to the japaneren Kento Momota, which is not with in the year, due to the damage after a car accident.

See also: Total drama: Abreu at the All England-finals

See also: Antonsen played Gemke, in the quarterfinals at the All England

See also: Badmintonforbund cancels tournaments after the All England

Updated: 14.03.2020 11:00
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