South Korean badminton sensation Ahn Se-young is on a roll.
She has won six titles in 10 international tournaments this year. And she’s favored to win gold at the Asian Games in Hangzhou. Ahn Se-young roars after clinching her second straight Korea Open title. It took her just 38 minutes to defeat her final opponent, world No. 4 Tai Tzu-ying of Chinese Taipei. With her dominant performance, she became the first Korean player to reach the top of the podium at the Korea Open in 29 years, since Hwang Soo-hyun in 1994. Earlier, in the semifinals, she defeated her ‘nemesis’, China’s Chen Yufei, in a close match Their head-to-head record is still 5-10, but she 카지노사이트킹 is 4-2 this year. This season, Ahn has been in ‘world class’ form, winning six of her 10 international events. In the rest of her competitions, she’s also been a consistent top-four finisher, with three runner-up finishes and one third-place finish. That’s why there are high hopes for her to win gold at the World Championships next month, as well as the Asian Games in Hangzhou in September. “I think a player who is more eager and enjoys the game more will lead to good results, and since my goal or dream is always a gold medal, I will have to work hard to get there.” Ahn, who is focusing on improving her offense, which is considered a relative weakness compared to her defense based on her strong physical strength, will compete in the Japan Open right away to try to win her seventh title of the season.