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“Withdraw after winning.” Ahn Se-young said, “I’m worried about the Olympics…I’ll end it romantically.”

Ahn Se-young won the Super 1000 Malaysian Open on the 14th of the Badminton World Federation (BWF) World Tour. It is the first championship in three months since the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games where she injured her right knee.

She has become the champion of all BWF World Tour Super 1000 Class competitions (Jeonyoung, China, Malaysia and Indonesia). She is also the first Korean to win the women’s singles competition. 토토사이트 순위

“It was amazing,” said Ahn Se-young, who was also puzzled as it was a surprise victory and record that came from the process of rehabilitation. However, the excitement did not last long.

Ahn Se-young won the Malaysian Open and declared withdrawal from the quarterfinals of the Indian Open five days later due to knee pain and thigh muscle injury.

He tried to maintain his sense of play while recovering his physical condition, but ended up getting sick. This is a bad news that came just half a year before the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Ahn Se-young also felt complicated and subtle feelings when she met him at the Incheon International Airport on Sunday. While smiling at the unexpected victory, Ahn also shed tears due to concerns over the Paris Olympics.

“I didn’t have high expectations because I wasn’t in perfect physical condition. I did a ceremony awkwardly because I won the championship unexpectedly,” Ahn said with a smile.

Regarding withdrawal from the Indian Open, he said, “I prepared in a hurry and I had a feeling that I came back quickly because I wanted to play,” but added, “I think I need to play the game in this and that situation. I don’t worry too much because I think I just need to treat injuries and make them well from now on.”

However, as the interview entered the second half, Ahn had difficulty confiding in her feelings. “I regret whether I tried too hard to prepare for it, and at the same time, I wonder how I would make it to the Olympics after getting hurt like this,” Ahn said in a slightly heavy voice. “I think it’s a bit difficult because I keep getting sick. I’m very worried.”

However, it is Ahn Se-young herself who knows best how to overcome the current crisis.

Ahn Se-young showed a step up in the future, even as she shed tears at every crisis, such as being eliminated from the first round at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games and losing the quarterfinals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

There are already signs of development. To compensate for her foot movements that are not free due to injury, Ahn is adding sophistication to her strokes such as smash and clear. If Ahn recovers her physical condition to revive the wide range of coat covers in the future, she can create high synergy effect.

“As my movement became slower and restricted, I thought a lot about how to hit the ball and trained,” Ahn said. “Since I have experienced both the best and worst physical conditions, my future homework is how to make the ball better (play method).” She also did not forget Ahn’s persistence and positivity.

“If I strengthen my pain, I will be able to play in good physical condition at the Olympics,” he said. “I am really excited and looking forward to the idea that I will be able to show better performance at the Olympics. I want to end this year in a romantic way.”

Ahn Se-young plans to take rehabilitation courses with a dedicated trainer for the next five weeks before deciding whether to participate in European competitions such as the All-English Open in March.

Ahn Se-young said, “It is true that rehabilitation reduces the sense of the game a lot,” adding, “I think I have to decide for myself whether to play the game without overdoing it.”

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