Events

Mia Blichfeldt (Denmark) in action at the European Games (credit: badminton photo)
Blichfeldt wants to win
Date: 6/28/2019 1:32 PM
Published by : Aidan Jones (BEC)
Players from Denmark, Russia and Great Britain will fight for the medals in the Women’s Singles category in Minsk.

Mia Blichfeldt from Denmark was the first player to advance after a straight game win against Chloe Birch from Great Britain.

Next, it was down to Denmark’s other Women’s Singles player Line Kjærsfeldt who won despite a slight scare from Turkey’s Neslihan Yigit in the second game.

The other two players who are into tomorrows semi-finals is Evgeniya Kosetskaya from Russia and Kirsty Gilmour from Great Britain after wins against Yvonne Li and Sabrina Jaquet respectively.

You can see all of the results here

Blichfeldt: I am dreaming

Blichfleldt who is hoping to take the Gold medal this year revealed that she is dreaming but is not getting too far ahead of herself.

The 21-year old will face Evgeniya Kosetskaya in the semi-finals of the European Games in Minsk.

- I have played Chloe many times and I know she is a great fighter and is very strong. I knew I had to be stronger and fight even more than her, it worked well and I kept the focus on my game plan, Blichfeldt said.

- There were a few times that I fell out but I came back quite quickly.

- We all know what colour we want the medal to be, I need to take it one match at a time. We have to dream and they are very high.

- I believe in myself and will fight for everything again tomorrow, she continued.
©badmintoneurope.com. All rights reserved.

Related news
08/08/2019
Record high entry for European U17 Championships
375 is the magical number: The...

01/08/2019
Road to Gniezno – less than a month to go!
The European U17 Championships...

08/07/2019
A good tournament
Badminton Europe’s President P...

06/07/2019
Primorye Vladivostok are Champions
Primorye Vladivostok is the wi...

05/07/2019
Chambly through to play Vladivostok
Tomorrow’s final tie is comp...

05/07/2019
Primorye Vladivostok into the final!
Primorye Vladivostok is thro...

More news