“All AG badminton events are medal boxes”
“I prepared hard. Now I have to go see the results.” (Ahn Se-young)
The Korean national badminton team held a Media Day on the 16th at the National Athletes’ Village Champion House in Jincheon, North Chungcheong Province. Ten players, including national team coach Kim Hak-kyun and coaches, and Ahn Se-young (Samsung Life Insurance), who became the world’s No.
The national team will line up in major competitions such as the World Individual Championships, which will open in Copenhagen, Denmark on the 21st, the China Open (Super 1000) early next month, and the Hangzhou Asian Games at the end of next month. This achievement is expected to continue until the Paris Olympics in July next year.
Korean badminton, which fell into a deep recession for a while, is rebounding with good results in most individual events this year. Up until the Australian Open earlier this month, he won 23 gold medals, 17 silver medals, and 23 bronze medals in 21 international competitions (excluding challenges). Ahn Se-young won 7 gold medals, and Kim So-young (Incheon International Airport) and Gong Hee-yong (Jeonbuk Bank), the world’s third in women’s doubles who won the Jeonyeong Open with Ahn Se-young, stood out with 4 gold medals. Now is the time to start harvesting the real fruit.
South Korean badminton has not had a golden smash at the World Championships since Go Seong-hyun and Shin Baek-cheol won the men’s doubles gold medal at the 2014 event. In the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang, he was humiliated with a no medal.토토사이트
On this day, coach Kim said, “The goal of the Asian Games is to win medals in all events.” Women’s singles, women’s doubles, and men’s doubles are all medal boxes.” Ahn Se-young, who was eliminated in the first game of the round of 32 in the Asian Games five years ago, said, “I was a badminton player in Jakarta and Palembang, but now I have become a player who is well filled and expected by everyone.” did. He’s thinking he’s going to see the results,” he said. Regarding the burden of the world rankings, Ahn Se-young rather laughed, saying, “I am excited and excited about what the game to be in first place will be like.”
Coach Kim also praised Ahn Se-young, saying, “Before, when playing against the ‘Big 4’, I played a drag game, but now I can play a drag game.”
Coach Lee Kyung-won, who is in charge of women’s doubles, said, “My goal and dream is to play in the finals between our players in the Asian Games and Olympic women’s doubles.”