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Line Kjaersfeldt in Barcelona (Credit: FESBA)
And the winner is… Denmark!
Date: 2/23/2019 4:31 PM
Published by : Annika Langrock
After the semi-finals on Saturday, the Men’s as well as Women’s Singles finals of the Barcelona Spain Masters will be Danish tomorrow. 


Mia Blichfeldt will be facing Line Kjaersfeldt and Viktor Axelsen will be playing against Anders Antonsen in the finals of the BWF World Tour 300 tournament in Spain. 


Denmark: 4, China: 0 


Viktor Axelsen, Anders Anonsen, Mia Blichfeldt and Line Kjaersfeldt had to face Chinese opponents in the semi-finals in Barcelona on Saturday. In the end, all Danes were able to win their matches. Tomorrow, they have to face each other in the final of the tournament.  


Find the results of the semi-finals in Singles below:


  

Read also: Axelsen in the final after retired match


Mia Blichfeldt is looking forward to the match against her compatriot, Line Kjaersfeldt tomorrow. 


- It is nice that we will see two Danish finals tomorrow. We have been working hard for many years now, she said. 


In the Men’s Singles, Anders Antonsen has already shown that he is able to beat Viktor Axelsen. He won against the current number six in the world at the Denmark Open 2018. 


- I know Viktor very well. I think it will be great fun tomorrow and hopefully, we can deliver a great match, Andersen said. 


Watch the interview with Mia Blichfeldt and Anders Antonsen, as well as all interviews of the Barcelona Spain Masters 2019 here


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