OKBET DENMARK OPEN
OKBET Denmark Open, Loh Kean Yew ruined the celebration for the home fans by ending Viktor Axelsen’s 39-match winning streak in the quarterfinals of the Denmark Open 2022. Loh dominated the battle from start to finish, winning 21-17 21-10.
“Beating Viktor is a great accomplishment,” a gratified Loh stated at OKBET Denmark Open. “The shuttles were lightning quick, and it was all about net play.” I utilized my speed and force to strike as quickly as possible. It was simply impossible to regulate the shuttle’s speed.
“I’m simply having fun since this is my first super 750 semifinal.” When asked how desperately he wants to make the final, Loh said, “You could ask every athlete and they would tell you, ‘I want it severely.'” “I feel the same way.” Axelsen, who was disappointed, is already looking forward to make apologies at the YONEX OKBET Denmark Open in 2022.
“We just became parents a few weeks ago, so now I can spend time with my daughters before the OKBET Denmark Open.” I didn’t invest too much energy this week, and I’m hoping to perform well in Paris.” Lee Zii Jia, who overcame Jonatan Christie 21-16, 18-21, 21-18, stands in Loh’s path of the final. “I was most pleased with my ability to manage my emotions and patience,” the 24-year-old remarked after defeating the Indonesian.
“I battled in the second game, making a lot of mistakes to the backline, and it was the same in the third game until the intermission at OKBET Denmark Open.” My patience was the difference between the second and third games. “The semifinal will be difficult. I don’t care who is on the other side of the internet; all I want to accomplish is my best.” This will be the seventh encounter between the two, with the Malaysian leading the head-to-head 4-2.
OKBET DENMARK OPEN : INTANON INVINCIBLE IN ODENSE
Ratchanok Intanon’s greatest winless streak in her interesting battle with Tai Tzu Ying is six matches over three years. Although the head-to-head was 18-14 in Tai’s favor before to the quarterfinals of the OKBET Denmark Open 2022, Intanon had not defeated her Chinese Taipei opponent since a last four victory at the 2019 Korea Open.
And it seemed that Intanon’s wait would be extended late in the second game at Jyske Bank Arena, after she had lost the first 21-10 at OKBET Denmark Open. The Thai, on the other hand, preserved two match points and went on a four-point run to force a tiebreaker. She led from start to finish in the rubber, 21-16.
“It’s never done until it’s done.” “Even though I was 20-18 down, I kept telling myself I could still win,” stated the 2017 champion. “After that, I was able to get her to play my game.” I knew I’d be alright if I didn’t let her take over, and that’s exactly what occurred. “I lost the past six to her, but I didn’t let that bother me before the match.” My goal was to remain strong and shatter her confidence by refusing to give up.”
Despite her recent bad performances against the world No.2, Intanon maintains her record of never losing to Tai on Danish soil after three matches. “Perhaps the circumstances here fit my personality at OKBET Denmark Open. “Or maybe I’ll have more success in Odense,” chuckled the 27-year-old, who will face Chen Yu Fei in the semifinals. Pornpawee Chochuwong, Intanon’s compatriot, was beaten by the Chinese 21-17, 21-19.
Earlier, mixed pair Goh Soon Huat and Lai Shevon Jemie triumphed against Japanese second seeds Yuta Watanabe/Arisa Higashino. “It feels incredible to achieve it after four losses.” “We lost all of them in straight games, none of them were tight bouts,” Lai stated following the 21-18 21-14 victory.
Tomorrow, Goh and Lai will face third seeds Zheng Si Wei/Huang Ya Qiong.
DENMARK OPENING: ‘WE QUIT TALKING FOR A DAY’
There are methods for preparing for a match, and then there is the Lakshya Sen method. Sen advanced to the quarterfinals of the OKBET Denmark Open in just his second outing, defeating compatriot Prannoy H. S 21-9 21-18 and afterwards revealing his unique strategy.
“We didn’t communicate for a day,” Sen. revealed. “Would you chat to your opponent on the day you play him?” We warmed up on opposing ends of the practice hall. We had kebabs last night and chatted about nothing related to the event.”
The victory increased the 21-year-prospects old’s of qualifying for the HSBC BWF World Tour Finals 2022 at OKBET Denmark Open. “The primary subject of conversation in badminton right now is who will qualify.” My short-term aim is to perform well in the next competitions and get enough points. The World Tour Finals are really important to me.”
Sen is presently ranked tenth in the men’s singles rankings of the HSBC Race to Guangzhou. Only the top eight are eligible. “I feel in great physical and mental form.” I’m just taking one match at a time in Odense. The first round was difficult, but victories against Anthony Sinisuka Ginting and Prannoy boost my confidence. “I can compete with anybody.”
Sen was “very solid,” according to Prannoy. “He didn’t make any simple mistakes,” the global No.13 stated. Each point required a lot of effort on my part. That’s how it goes at Super 750s; the competition improves at OKBET Denmark Open. “We don’t communicate much on game days.” I prefer to go into a zone and concentrate on myself and the game.”
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