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Gearing up for the second round
Date: 4/14/2023 3:23 PM
Published by : Sara Gonzalez Martinez (BEC)
There is no time to lose at the FZ FORZA Dutch International 2023 as the first round is close to an end, but players will have to compete again later today for their spot in the quarterfinals.

After a great result at the ORLEN Polish Open 2023 just some weeks ago, RSL BEC Centre of Excellence player Irina Amalie Andersen fought her way through the qualification rounds yesterday to compete in today’s main draw. The Dane has won the first round match against Czech Republic’s Veronika Dobiášová, 21-14 21-17.

There are more victories to celebrate from our Centre of Excellence players in this action-packed second day of matches in Wateringen. Kateřina Mikelová, Czech Republic, faced Katharina Fink, Italy, and delivered a solid win in straight games, 21-8 21-18.

With many well-fought performances, the strong seeded players are also advancing on to the next rounds, including Amalie Schulz, Frederikke Lund, Fabian Roth, Max Weisskirchen, Julien Carraggi, and Joran Kweekel. 

Check all the results here.

The Round of 32 is not over yet, and there is still more badminton to enjoy later today with the Round of 16. Want to know who will advance to the quarterfinals? Then don’t miss out on the action and watch all matches live on

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