Ahn Se-young, who developed lower body strength and agility, became stronger

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■ Korean badminton won the Jeonyeong Open women’s singles for the first time in 27 years.

Badminton Ahn Se-yeong (Samsung Life Insurance) expects to win ‘gold ‘ at the Paris Olympics next year by opening a ‘heyday’ of rapid growth this year by beating natural enemy Cheon Yu-fei three times in five world tours this year. We are opening a golden age. Ahn Se-young, who stayed in the women’s singles quarterfinals at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, climbed to the top three times in her five World Badminton Federation (BWF) world tours this year, brightening her medal prospects at the Paris 2024 Olympics. Her rapid rise to world-class level over the past two years has been credited to her ‘sandboard training’.

World No. 2 Ahn Se-young defeated 4th place Chen Yu-fei 카지노사이트(China) 2-1 (21-17, 10-21, 21-) in the women’s singles final at the Jeonyeong Open, the most prestigious badminton tournament held in Birmingham, England, on the night of the 19th (Korean time). 19) was pressed. It has been 27 years since Bang Soo-hyeon in 1996 that a Korean player won the women’s singles at the Jeonyeong Open. Ahn Se-young lost to No. 1 Yamaguchi Akane (Japan) in the final last year, but made up for the disappointment after a year.

Ahn Se-young is on a huge upward curve this year. In January, she won the Malaysia Open, India Open, and Indonesia Masters, and in March, the German Open and the British Open. went up

In particular, Ahn Se-young is attracting attention by defeating strong players who were relatively weak and taking first place. Her opponent in the Jeon Young Open finals, Yufei Chen, is considered An Se-young’s nemesis, and she won the gold medal following defeating Se-young An in the women’s singles quarterfinals at the Tokyo Olympics. However, Ahn Se-young won two consecutive wins against Chen Yu-fei this year and caught up with her opponents with a record of 3 wins and 8 losses. The record against Yamaguchi was also narrowed down to 6 wins and 12 losses.

Ahn Se-young left a regret last year by failing to surpass Yamaguchi and Chen Yu-fei. Last year she made it to the finals six times, and she won three times. Of the three times she did not win, she lost two to Yamaguchi and one to Yufei Chen. Ahn Se-young focused on improving her strength last winter and her stamina for her revenge. She gained about 2kg of her muscle mass with intense weight training and her sandboard training to develop her lower body strength and dexterity. Ahn Se-yeong, born in 2002, who made up for her weaknesses, grew rapidly, and she noticeably narrowed the gap between her and Yamaguchi, born in 1997, and Chen Yu-fei, born in 1998. She is the reason Ahn Se-young is expected at the Paris Olympics, which is approaching a year from now.

Meanwhile, in the women’s doubles final, Kim So-young (Incheon International Airport) – Gong Hee-yong (Jeonbuk Bank) defeated Lee So-hee (Incheon International Airport) – Baek Ha-na (MG Saemaeul Vault) 2-0 (21-5, 21-12). Climbed to the top. In the mixed doubles final, Seo Seung-jae (Army Sports Corps) and Chae Yoo-jeong (Incheon International Airport) won the silver medal.


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