Not since 1999 has a Danish men's singles trodden the top step on the medaljeskamlen at the All England. Sunday was changed on it.
After a sovereign decider could Viktor Axelsen raising arms in triumph with a victory at 21-13, 21-14 over topseedede Chou Tien Chen from Taiwan.
The andenseedede dane let the emotions get the free race after the victory, and when he was interviewed on the pitch afterwards, he also does not hide what it meant.
- I'm a sensitive guy, and if you don't get touched and happy to win the All England in front of this audience, then you are not human, it sounded from the Danish triumfator.
- I had it well on the way into the fight and got a good start, which is so important. And I had good legs. I don't know what I should say, added a rarely overwhelmed Abreu.
The English interviewer would like to know, how he looked forward towards the OLYMPICS and the pending coronaviruskrise. But it was not something he could take a position to the midst of the joy.
- I Can just enjoy the victory now? There is still a long way to the OLYMPICS, so let's wait to see with it, he answered, before he thanked the audience.
- In English first. Thank you for the support, it has been an amazing week, it sounded from the Danish All England winner, who then remembered that the care of his chinese fans and business partners with a greeting in sounding mandarin.
Abreu won the 2017 WORLD cup gold, while he in 2016 fetched a bronze at the OLYMPICS.
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