The Danish badminton players in the men's singles had a good day at the All England.
Both Viktor Axelsen, Anders Antonsen and Rasmus Gemke went on Thursday to proceed to the quarter-finals.
Viktor Axelsen won over most indians Lakshya Sen with the digits 21-17, 21-18.
The andenseedede dane dominated the fight, but he made also a mistake, as he was not completely satisfied with.
- Now, I just have learned a bit of this match, and so I look forward to the next, says Andersen to TV2 Sport.
Even though the victory never was in danger to slip for real, so he can see room for improvement.
I've been straight up with the head. Now I have won the first two matches in two sets, but I need to play better, if I must go further from the quarter-finals.
- I must check and find the lines and lifting. So it's the whole package, I need to find. I hope I can, says Axelsen.
In the quarter-finals must Axelsen meeting the chinese Yu Qi Shi Friday.
There is also a put up for an exciting danskermøde in one of the other quarter-finals. Antonsen must meet Gemke in the quarterfinals Friday.
Antonsen went ahead with a little more trouble Thursday. He won 19-21, 21-12, 21-15 over the chinese Yu Xiang Huang.
Earlier Thursday, also went Rasmus Gemke progress to the quarter finals with a scant victory over Shesar Hiren Rhustavito at 18-21, 21-13, 21-19.