Badminton: Only the finalists failed

Badminton: Only the finalists failed
Wipperfürth – At the Swiss Open, Mark Lamsfu W of Wipperfeld and his doubles partner Marvin Seidel created a sensation.

He currently has the best German male doubles with Mark Lumsfu. 1. BC Bishmissim from BC Wiperfeld and partner Marvin Sedel gave a world class performance at the Swiss Open. Previously, the pair, ranked 19th in the world, reached the finals at St. Jacob’schel in Basel with a strong performance. He made it to the quarter-finals due to a secure two-set win over his national teammate Jones Ralphie Janssen / Peter Kasbauer, a Wipperfelder / Biskismime combination, and number three post-runners up Olympic champion Goh Wee Shem / Tan Wei. Jiong from Malaysia.

Lamsfu needed / Seidel against Nipitphon Phuangphuapet / Tanupat Viriyangkura from Thailand required three sets as well as a semi-final against top world number nine Aaron Chia / Soo Woo Yik from Malaysia as well. It was not until the final that the undisclosed Germans eventually suffered a loss to Kim Estrup / Anders Scarup of Denmark, who were listed at No. 6 on the seed list with 16:21 and 11:21. With their participation in the finals, Lumsfu / Sedel has gathered further key points in terms of qualifying for the Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo.

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Even in the mixed, Lumsfu and his partner Isabel Hurtrich from Bishmisham have a good chance of competing in the Olympics after reaching the quarter-finals. Basel after winning in a competitive match against Englishman Marcus Ellis / Lauren Smith in the third match against Adam Hall / Julie Mac Furson of Scotland and Sam and Chloe Maggie of Ireland with 21:14, 14:21 and 10:21. The pair lost.

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Weeperfelder Jansen had no luck in the mixed game. Although he and his partner Killasu Ostmeier were able to win the opening match in three sets against Swiss Yan Oteau / Aline Muller from the TV referee, in the second round both were against the pair of Tan Jian Meng / Lai Pa Jing from Malaysia, who took 14: There was no second chance at the 21 and 17:21 defeats.

Felix Bursted (Sweden) and Kristin Kuba (Estonia) who used to play for BC Wiperfeld were also early in Basel. However, he was eliminated in the first round in singles. World leaders in badminton are now moving to Birmingham, where the Yonex England Open will be played from 17 to 21 March.

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