Korean badminton player Ahn Se-young, who started off the new year fresh by winning two consecutive international championships, returned home with two gold medals.
Ahn Se-young, who has been on her rise by defeating her enemies one after another, has a green light for her medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games in September.
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Ahn Se-young wears a shining gold medal around her neck.
Perhaps the power of her gold medal, her forced march through 3 competitions in 3 weeks, and her injured knee during the competition, are passed over with a bright smile. [ Soundbite
] Ahn Se-young/National Badminton Representative : “They showed me that their bodies were exhausting. I had a lot of bruises and bumps on my knees, but I don’t think it hurts because I won.”
The competition’ was literally Ahn Se-young’s ‘breaking the seal’ stage.
At the Malaysian Open, she defeated her natural enemy, Chen Yu-Fei, who had a record of 1 win and 8 losses, and rose to the top at the India Open, surpassing Japan’s Yamaguchi, another archrival and world number one. [ Soundbite
] Ahn Se-young/National Badminton Representative : “Yamaguchi was the most difficult opponent out of all the opponents I lost to. I think I was able to improve by seeing and seeing a lot of bumps and breaks.”
The result of concentrating on basic training for .
Ahn Se-young, who was on the rise, also raised expectations for medals in the Hangzhou Asian Games to be held in September. [ Soundbite
] Ahn Se-young/National Badminton Representative : “I think I’ve gained a lot of confidence because there seems to be no player who has never won before. (Asian Games) My goal is to win a gold medal!”
We plan to continue the golden smashing that will continue until .
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