Ahn Se-young, Resurrected Like a Roly-Poly

Ahn Se-young, Resurrected Like a Roly-Poly… Defeat Yamaguchi to Win French Open

Ahn Se-young (22, Samsung Life Insurance), who suffered from injury, revived like a roly-poly.

Se-young Ahn defeated Akane Yamaguchi (Japan) 2-1 (18-21 21-13 21-10)

in the women’s singles final of the Badminton World Federation (BWF)

World Tour Super 750 French Open held in Paris, France on the 10th.

As a result, Ahn Se-young rose to the top of the international competition about 7 weeks

after withdrawing from the India Open due to injury on January 19th.

Akane Yamaguchi

Ahn Se-young injured her knee at last year’s Hangzhou Asian Games and was juggling her rehabilitation and practice

when she injured her thigh muscle in the quarterfinals of the India Open. 파워볼게임

It is her second title of the year after winning the Malaysia Open on January 14.

It is also significant that the victory was achieved at the Port de la Chapelle Arena,

where the 2024 Paris Olympics will be held four months later.

Ahn Se-young’s physical strength appeared to be noticeably reduced

due to the aftermath of the bloody battle she had with Tai Tzu-ying (Taiwan) the previous day.

Ahn Se-young achieved a dramatic come-from-behind victory

by scoring six consecutive points in the third set 16-20 against Tai Tzu-ying in the semifinals.

The game time was 1 hour and 6 minutes.

The opponent that day was not easy.

Ahn Se-young

Yamaguchi is a player who was called Ahn Se-young’s ‘nemesis’ in the past,

and had a record of 12 wins and 9 losses against Ahn Se-young before today.

However, Ahn Se-young overcame all adverse conditions and announced the return of the champion.

Ahn Se-young, who gave up the first set,

seemed to falter as she allowed herself to trail by one point in the second set at 14-8,

but balanced the set score with seven consecutive points.

Ahn Se-young, who had the momentum, pushed Yamaguchi hard

from the beginning of the third set and went on to go up 5-0.

On the other hand, Yamaguchi was helpless as he could not even take his feet off Ahn Se-young’s strokes that hit every corner of the court.

Ahn Se-young, who took the victory, ended the third set with a double score and roared fiercely,

enjoying the joy of victory.

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