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Slovenia’s finest ready to dominate
Date: 9/7/2023 2:50 PM
Published by : Sara González Martínez (BEC)
The YONEX Slovenia Future Series 2023 gets underway in Otočec, southeastern Slovenia.

Slovenia's very own, Miha Ivančič and Petra Polanc, lead the charge as the mixed doubles top seeds. The home-grown talents have recently clinched two silver medals at the Lagos International Classics 2023 and the Cameroon International 2023. Petra Polanc also competes on home soil as the second seed in the women’s singles event.

Austria takes center stage in the men’s doubles category with the top seeds, Gustav Andree and Simon Bailoni, and Kai Niederhuber and Michael Tomic. Switzerland's Julien Scheiwiller is the men’s singles top seed, while Hungary's Daniella Gonda aims to leave her mark in Slovenia as the women’s singles top seed. The women’s doubles event features Sweden’s Fiona Hallberg and Romina Olyaee, and Swiss duo Lucie Amiguet and Vera Appenzeller as the only two seeded pairs.

Here's the schedule ahead
The YONEX Slovenia Future Series 2023 is taking place from Thursday 7 until Sunday 10 September. Here’s the schedule for the days ahead:

  • Thursday, 7 September: Qualification rounds, from 9am
  • Friday, 8 September: Main round – Round of 32 and Round of 16, from 9am
  • Saturday, 9 September: Quarterfinals from 9am and Semifinals from 4pm
  • Sunday, 10 September: Finals from 10am

Please note that all indicated times are in Central European Summer Time (CEST).

As always, don’t miss a moment of the action and watch on badmintoneurope.tv.

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