Korean badminton signboard Ahn Se-yeong (21), who recently defeated an opponent who was called her natural enemy in an international competition, returned home.
Ahn Se-young arrived at Incheon International Airport on the morning of the 31st. Ahn Se-young smiles as she wears her two gold and one silver medals around her neck.
She Ahn Se-young lost to Akane Yamaguchi (Japan) in the Malaysian Open women’s singles final on the 15th and only finished runner-up.
She defeated Ahn Se-young in the final of the Indian Open on the 22nd, a week later, she won the championship by defeating Yamaguchi. On the 29th she also won the Indonesia Masters.
Her winning process was more dramatic. Her world No. 2 Ahn Se-young proved that her skills improved as she defeated players who had been inferior to her opponents one after another.
She Ahn Se-young defeated her nemesis, world No. 4 Chen Yu-fei (China), in the semifinals of her Malaysia Open.
At the India Open, which followed, she defeated world number 5 He Bingzhao (China) in the semifinals and world number 1 Yamaguchi in the final.
At the Indonesia Masters Open, she defeated world number 8 Rachanok Inthanon (Thailand) in the quarterfinals, world number 6 Wang Zhiyi (China) in the semifinals, and world number 7 Carolina Marin (Spain) in the final. 먹튀검증
Ahn Se-young, who is showing her growth in earnest in the new year, aims for her first win in her career at the prestigious Jeonyeong Open this coming March. Last year, she reached the final of the Jeon Young Open, but lost to Yamaguchi. The Hangzhou Asian Games will also be held in September.
Ahn Se-young, who will enter her Jincheon athletes’ village after returning home, plans to focus on her training for the next competition.