Original title: Rising stars in badminton: Danish teenager Antonsen dropped out of school to play, he had beaten Lin Dan
Antonsen celebrated aggressively.
The Danish Badminton Open, which ended not long ago, was the first international badminton event to restart after the epidemic ceased. The final champion of men's singles belongs to the badminton "little prince" Antonsen from Denmark.
Antonsen used to disregard his family's opposition to dropping out of school to play, and was plagued by migraines every day... His badminton journey was full of setbacks and obstacles, but he was still advancing step by step.
And when he won his first 750-level championship, Antonsen looked to the podium in Tokyo, "The Olympic Games is my biggest goal, and also the most important goal."
Antonson won the Danish Badminton Open.
Although he is not young, Antonsen has already won in international competitions-in 2019 Indonesia Masters defeated Momota Kento to win; 2019 Badminton World Championships won the men's singles runner-up.
However, for many Chinese badminton spectators, the most impressive was the Hong Kong Open in November 2019-in that game, it was Antonsen who defeated the Chinese star Lin Dan in the second round and blocked the latter in the eighth. Strong outside.