Ahn Se-young, who forgot about defeat…Asian Games gold medal ‘green light’
Korean badminton player Ahn Se-young’s momentum is scary.
He has won 10 international competitions this year six times.
Expectations for the gold medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games are also growing.
Ahn Se-young, who has confirmed her second consecutive victory at the Korea Open, roars.
It took only 38 minutes to beat Taiwan’s fourth-ranked team, Tai Chiying.
With his overwhelming performance, he won the Korea Open for the second consecutive year in 29 years since Bang Soo-hyun in 1994.
Earlier in the semifinals, they defeated Chen Yue-fei of China, who is called a “natural enemy,” after a close race.
The record is still inferior with 5 wins and 10 losses, but it is ahead with 4 wins and 2 losses this year.
This season, Ahn Se-young has won 10 international competitions six times, showing off her “world’s strongest.”
In the rest of the tournament, he also showed consistency in reaching the semifinals in all competitions, including three runner-ups and one third place.
This is why expectations are growing for the gold medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games in September as well as the World Championships next month.
<An Se-young / National Badminton Team (March)> “I think a player who is more desperate and enjoys it will lead to good results, and my goal and dream are always gold medals, so I think I have to run hard there.”
Ahn Se-young, who is focusing on supplementing her offensive power, which is considered a relative weakness compared to her defense based on strong physical strength, will immediately compete in the Japanese Open and try to win her seventh title of the season.