‘Friendly seniors and juniors’ badminton representative A-Junior national team, good start with German Open

 Korean badminton got off to a good start with Team A and Junior National Team at the German Open.

Team A, led by coach Kim Hak-kyun, advanced to the round of 16 in all nine events in the second round (round of 32) of the World Badminton Federation (BWF) World Tour Super 300 German Open held in Mulheim, Germany on the morning of the 9th (Korean time).

In particular, Ahn Se-young, world No. 2 in the women’s singles, won the round of 32 against Gunji Rico (Japan), who is ranked 37th in the world, with overwhelming skills and won 2-0 (21-13, 21-8) in 36 minutes.

Emerging dark horses in women’s doubles, Baek Hana-Lee So-Hee also defeated Maiken Fruegard-Sarah Tigesen (Denmark) 2-0 (21-13, 21-16), as well as Kim So-Young-Gong Hee-Yong, Jung Na-Eun-Kim Hye-Jung, etc. All three musketeers in the women’s doubles advanced to the round of 16.바카라

At the ‘2023 German Junior Open’ held in Berlin, Germany, the junior national team led by coach Koh Young-gu followed the seniors and made all of them pass the first round.

‘Twin prodigies’ Kim Min-ji and Kim Min-seon defeated Caroline Mouritzsen and Marie Biskovic (Denmark) 2-0 (21-8, 21-7) in the women’s doubles round of 64, and also won bye in the women’s singles (Kim Min-ji ) and a complete victory (Kim Min-seon) advanced to the round of 64.

In addition, Cho Hyeon-woo, Park Seong-joo, Park Bum-soo, and Moon Jong-woo (above men’s singles), Park Bum-soo, Lee Jong-min, Lee Min-wook, Park Seong-joo, Moon Jong-woo-Cho Hyun-woo (above men’s doubles), Park Seul, Kim Do-yeon (above women’s singles), Yeon Seo-yeon-Kim Do-yeon, Kim Do-yeon Park Seul-kwak Seung-min (women’s doubles) ), Lee Min-wook-Yeon Seo-yeon Lee Jong-min-Kwak Seung-min (mixed doubles) passed the first round without difficulty. In particular, Lee Min-wook and Yeon Seo-yeon went straight to the 3rd round (roof of 32) with a bye thanks to Dae Jin-woon.