Thailand Badminton Open” women’s singles champion Xin Du unexpectedly out of the first round-Sports-Zhongshi

The Super 1000 series YONEX Thailand Badminton Open officially kicked off today. As the Japanese team retired due to a player diagnosed with new crown pneumonia, the Chinese mainland team also gave up due to fear of the epidemic, and the Indian female player Pusarla V. Sindhu also became a female. One of the favorites for single championships, but today’s first round of the top 32 games after more than one hour of hard work, 21-16, 24:26, 13:21 hated Denmark’s Mia Blichfeldt (Mia Blichfeldt), burst out upset.

Xindu is currently ranked 7th in the world and is the 6th seed in the women’s singles of the YONEX Thailand Badminton Open. In the first round, he faced Brisifett, who was ranked 18th in the world and won the past three matches, although Xindu successfully accepted the first round. , But missed 2 points at the end of the game in the second game and was equalized by Brisifett. After winning the 6-6 tie in the third game, Brissifett scored 6 points in a row to lay the foundation for the victory, leading to the end of the game.

Xindu was the gold medal in women’s singles at the 2019 Badminton World Championships, but her subsequent results were not satisfactory. Before last year’s Badminton World Tour was temporarily suspended due to the new crown pneumonia pandemic, she played at the Malaysian Masters, the Indonesian Masters and the All England Open. The best result in the tournament was only to the quarterfinals. This YONEX Thailand Open is even more unfortunate. It can only be hoped that the Toyota Thailand Badminton Open, which will continue in Bangkok, Thailand next week, can once again achieve great results.

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