South Korea’s An Se Young smashed her technique to the ladies’s singles name on the All England Open badminton championships on Sunday, beating Tokyo 2020 Olympics gold medalist Chen Yu Fei of China. To the thunderous roar of her title, An beat 25-year-old Chen 21-17 10-21 21-19 in a struggling with girls’s ultimate that from time to time had Chen on her knees and An skidding around the courtroom on her abdomen greater than as soon as to make a shot.
“I’m so tremendously happy,” stated An, 21, who had knocked Tokyo Olympics silver medalist Tai Tzu Ying of Taiwan out within the semi-finals on Saturday.
“Every game that has given me experience has led me to this one… This is a historical moment in my career – this is an opportunity to grow.”
It was once touch-and-go for An in the second one part of the general recreation, with Chen urgent with competitive smashes and good backhands.
The All England tournament, with greater than 155 fits and over 50 hours of badminton, contributes against attainable Olympics qualification, with scores introduced on April 30 deciding which avid gamers will pass to the Paris Games in 2024.
China has ruled Olympic badminton because the game made its debut on the Games in Barcelona in 1992, with 47 medals together with 20 golds. In an all-South Korean girls’s doubles fit previous on Sunday, Kim So Yeong and Kong Hee Yong defeated Baek Ha Na and Lee So Hee 21-5 21-12. China beat South Korea within the blended doubles ultimate 21-16 16-21 21-12. Later on Sunday, Li Shi Feng will play fellow Chinese shuttler Shi Yu Qi within the males’s ultimate.