When the game ended, Ahn Se-young lay down on the court. And after the game, he burst into tears.
She is always passionate, and Ahn Se-young took her win for granted, so I never imagined that she would shed so many tears.
The word ‘fighting spirit’ was used in these situations. Ahn Se-young was ranked 0 as the winner. However, no one could have predicted such a dramatic game.
Ahn Se-young won the gold medal by defeating world number 3 Chen Yufei (China) 2-1 (21-18 17-21 21-8) in the badminton women’s singles final held at Binjiang Gymnasium in토토사이트 Hangzhou, China on October 7.
The problem was injuries. Se-young Ahn, who was trying to scoop up her shuttlecock that fell in front of her, felt intense knee pain and briefly sought medical attention. She managed to maintain the lead and finished the first set, but lost the second set after a hard fight due to her poor physical condition.
However, in the fateful third set, Ahn Se-young played steadily as if she had forgotten her knee pain, and in the end, Chen Yu-fei was surprised by Ahn Se-young’s fighting spirit and collapsed. It was a moment of refreshing revenge on Chen Yu-fei, who had repeatedly blocked her at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, while at the same time winning the women’s singles title at the Asian Games for the first time in 29 years as a Korean player. When Ahn Se-young finished the game, she shed tears.
After she finished the awards ceremony, Ahn Se-young limped her leg and she entered the common coverage area (mixed zone). “I am so grateful and happy that she was able to finish well,” said Ahn Se-young, who seemed to still be in pain, but said brightly.