0 Lectra Zhou Tiancheng, Ma Linao won in the original final

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On October 17, Beijing time, the 2020 Danish Badminton Open semi-finals kicked off. Yuki Fukushima/Ayaka Hirota, Mayu Matsumoto/Wakana Nagahara reached the finals, and Japan won the women’s doubles champion and runner-up ahead of schedule. The women's singles champion will be produced between Okuhara Hope and Ma Lin. In the finals of Antonsen and Gemke, the Danish team won the men's singles championship and runner-up ahead of schedule.

Women's doubles: Yuki Fukushima/Sayaka Hirota, Mayu Matsumoto/Wakana Nagahara reached the finals

Yuki Fukushima/Hiro Tian Caihua (Japan) 2-0 (21-18, 21-6) Schultz/Busch (Denmark)


Yuki Fukushima/Sayaka Hirota didn't have a particularly good state of the game. They fought hard yesterday and only passed the thrilling three games. Against the Danish rookie Schultz/Busch today, the Rape Flower combination was passively defensive almost most of the time in the first game. The Danish combination relied on violent offense to lead 15-7. At the end of the game, the canola combination took more shots patiently. The Danish combination could not keep up with impatience and mistakes. The canola combination reached 17 points, won the game 20-18, and won 21-18. In the second round, the Rape Flower combination completely mastered the initiative on the field, leading 16-3 with a big score, 21-6 easily winning.

Mayu Matsumoto/Wakana Nagahara (Japan) 2-0 (21-17, 21-8) Stoeva Sisters (Bulgaria)


Women's singles: Ma Lin, Okuhara hope to advance

Ma Lin (Spain) 2-0 (21-17, 21-11) Li Yifeng (Germany)


Okuhara Hope (Japan) 2-0 (21-10 , 21-7) Li Wenshan (Canada)


Men's Doubles: Ellis/Langerui Qi advances

Ellis/Langerridge (England) 2-0 (22-20, 21-16) Ip/Rasmus (Denmark)


Ivanov/Sosonov (Russia) 2-1 (21-15, 18-21, 21- 14) Ryan/Sean Wendy (England)


Men's singles: Gemk, Antonsen enters the final

Nishimoto Kenta (Japan) 0-2 (14-21, 17-21) Gemke (Denmark)


Zhou Tiancheng (Chinese Taipei) 0-2 (17-21, 15-21) Andong Sen (Denmark)


Today, Antonsen played at home in a very good state. Violent assault in the backcourt became his main scoring method. In the first game, the score between the two was very tight. After 13 ties, Zhou Tiancheng made some active errors, and Antonsen gradually widened the difference between 17-13. At the end of the game, Zhou Tiancheng made a mistake in his inbound ball judgment. Antonsen got the game point 20-16 and won the first game 21-17.

In the second game, Antonsen had a high offensive scoring rate in the pull, once led 10-4, Zhou Tiancheng quickly adjusted, slashing the big slash against the tall Antonsen repeatedly succeeded, but since then And fell into various mistakes. Relying on a sharp backcourt assault, Antonsen made Zhou Tiancheng quite passive, 15-9 further expanded his lead, and won the match point 20-14 and won 21-15.

Mixed doubles: Adcock and his wife advance

Adcock and his wife (England) 2-0 (21-12, 22)-20) Julian Mayou/Balermo (France)


Ellis/Smith ( England) 0-2 (18-21, 18-21) Rams Forth/Hertrick (Germany)

Source: Aiyuke Badminton Net

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