All England Badminton 2011
March 13, 2011 by staff
All England Badminton 2011, Japan broke a longstanding curse; no Japanese women’s doubles pair had entered a final Yonex All England Badminton Championships in 20 years. Fujii and Kakiiwa will represent their country, while Eriko Hirose also broke a record 33 years, as the great Hiroe Yuki in was the last Japanese to enter a final here in England.
Japan is more used to breaking records for the All England Championships after Kenichi Tago cruise last year. Mizuki Fujii Reika Kakiiwa and broke a new record at the Yonex All England as the event did not see Japanese in the women’s doubles final in years, a record that they knew nothing about him when asked after their match.
“Really I did not even know we have done such a thing! I really do not know what to say. I feel so honored we have done something like that,” said Kakiiwa. Before that, the young Japanese girl, with Fujii, needed to play their compatriots and friends, Shizuka Matsuo and Mami Naito in the semifinals. “It is hard to play your countrymen, when he is so much to win in the end, but we all thought the end was not about who goes to the finals it was more” we will win for our country, to facilitate everyone’s heart when they are all suffering. ”
For their part, Xiaoli Wang and Yu Yang need to dig deep into their resources to fight the new sensation Denmark duo Marie Roepke and Line Kruse Damkjaer (see video interview below), which were very close to creating an upset today. The young Danish couple provided a game level corresponding to that of Chinese players, using their excellent defense to counter the attack Xiaoli Wang is well known fatal attacks. This status has not frightened the powerful Scandinavians, who really troubled their opponents on the field of television. Nevertheless, Xiaoli Wang and Yu Yang won a lot of experience having appeared in many past four places in the past and they have left no chance for Danish girls in the third game while earning first place in the Yonex All England final assembly.
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