Circuit

Pablo's Circuit comeback in Budapest
Date: 11/1/2013 3:34 PM
Published by : Manuel Røsler

It's been a while since Spaniard Pablo Abian took part in a Badminton Europe Circuit event. The current world number 93 played in his home tournament Spanish Open in May one of his last events before the 2013 World Championships in Guangzhou, where he reached the last 16 stage only losing to the eventual semi-finalist Tien Minh Nguyen of Vietnam in three games. The 38th Yonex Hungarian International, which kicked off in Budapest yesterday, is the first international tournament for the top seed Abian since the world meet in August.

In Raul Must (Estonia), Mattias Borg (Sweden), Rasmus Fladberg (Denmark) and France's Thomas Rouxel, Abian will face a number of strong rivals to take the take Hungarian crown.

Strong number of entries

The Hungarian organizers were happy to receive a record number of entries. 250 players from 32 countries will partcipate in the International Series tournament (5.000 Dollars). Denmark is represented with a remarkable strong squad of 53 players. But also England, France and Finland did send a strong team to Eastern Europe.

Follow the results of the 38th Yonex International here -

Men's singles
Women's singles
Men's doubles
Women's doubles
Mixed doubles

Click here for the previous champions of the Hungarian International.

Photo by BadmintonPhoto.

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