Draws are here: Thrilling first round-matches awaiting in OdenseSeptember 29, 2020 2:38
Nothing less than class a badminton, a return and farewell to one of the strongest Danish men’s singles trough time, and several dramatic showdowns are on the program for the DANISA DENMARK OPEN 2020 presented by VICTOR. Check out what’s in pipeline for the first international top tournament since March as the draws are here.
The countdown for the first international top tournament since March has once and for all started to tick as the DANISA DENMARK OPEN 2020 presented by VICTOR will kick off in less than three weeks.
And it will, literally, kick off from the very beginning it seems in the draws, that are just published. The schedule for the tournament involves super stars, such as Kento Momota, Chou Tien Chen, and Danish Jan Ø. Jørgensen, who has previously announced, that the DANISA DENMARK OPEN 2020 presented by VICTOR will be his last top level tournament.
Jørgensen is seeded 8, and if the seedings hold up, he will end his impressive career after facing fellow countryman, Anders Antonsen (3).
However, there are already from first round action awaiting, for instance Hans-Kristian Solberg Vittinghus going against fourth seed Kanta Tsuneyama.
In women’s singles we can also look forward to seeing two of the best Danish players, Line Christophersen and Line Kjærsfeldt, testing each other out before one of them most likely will run into Olympic champion Carolina Marin, who is seeded third after Akane Yamaguchi (1) and Nozomi Okuhara (2).
In men’s doubles and women’s doubles several Danish constellations can look forward to debuting, such as Natasja P. Anthonisen/Clara Graversen and Lasse Mølhede/Jeppe Bay Madsen. Players, that indeed have done well on home soil tournaments during the late summer.
Also, in mixed doubles, strong constellations are to find in the schedule, such as top seed Watanabe/Higashino and the English top pair, the Adcocks, while also the best Danish pair, Christiansen/Bøje, are to get back on court in strong condition.
In other words, we are looking into a lot of exciting showdowns and not least the return of the world elite after an unpleasantly long tournament break.