Đăng wins Cyprus junior badminton event

Created 17 April 2018
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Unseeded Vietnamese player Nguyễn Hải Đăng won in the boys’ singles category of the Cyprus Junior International Badminton Tournament on April 16.

 

Nguyễn Hải Đăng and Vũ Thị Anh Thư celebrate winning the Cyprus Junior International Badminton Tournament. — Photo vovworld.vn

HÀ NỘI — Unseeded Vietnamese player Nguyễn Hải Đăng won in the boys’ singles category of the Cyprus Junior International Badminton Tournament on April 16.

Đăng, World No 38, defeated top seed Christo Popov of France, World No 12, 2-0 (21-9, 21-13) in the final to take home the title.

Earlier, Đăng had defeated arch rivals Dennis Koppen of the Netherlands, World No 25, and Scotland’s Christopher Gimbley, World No 19, to reach the final.

Another Vietnamese player, Vũ Thị Anh Thư, was the runner-up in the girls’ singles category after losing to Purva Barve of India 0-2 (13-21, 9-21) in the final match.

Thư is World No 49, while Barve is No 19.

In the semi-final, Thư lost to Nazlican Inci of Turkey.

Both Đăng and Thư have earned a berth in Youth Olympics 2018, which will be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in October. — VNS

 

Source: VNN

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