Sweat and effort, success and defeat, bliss and disappointment…and so the list could go on forever if you want to describe day 4. But one word hits the spot – BADMINTON.
The penultimate day of the YONEX German Junior 2020 already heralded the final phase of the tournament, as the finalists in the doubles and singles competitions and the semi-finalists in the mixed were played. “For a long time, the German Juniors were not as balanced as they used to be,” was the news from the ranks. And indeed, it’s hard to pinpoint favourites for the title win. Not least because there is no dominant nation, but 5 countries will be represented in the 5 finals. Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Hong Kong China and Indonesia. Quite right, unfortunately no European participation, even though representatives from Denmark and Germany were close.
But at the end of the day is the sport and tomorrow there will be exactly 7 more games of this sport, which will certainly be high-class, exciting and simply great.
Thanks to the representatives of the German Badminton Federation and Badminton Europe and especially to the complete team of helpers of the organizer SG EBT Berlin.
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