Axelsen had a very convincing win in second round (Photo: BadmintonPhoto)
Good day for Axelsen and Marin
Date: 8/2/2018 12:31 AM
Published by : Mireille van Daal

Today it was time for the second round matches at the Total BWF World Championships. Our European champions showed great dominance in the singles events!

Viktor Axelsen (Denmark) started a little off in his match against Huang Yuxiang (China) . After the first game interval it seemed that nothing could stop Axelsen from rushing to a game win.

Huang still managed to even the score when the unavoidable happened: The match got suspended because oil was leaking on the court.

Axelsen came back stronger than ever after the 16 minute- delay and court switch. He left his opponent with only 9 points after the incident.

Read: Mia Blichfeldt: I never lose. I either win or I learn.


- Good win today. Axelsen posted on his facebook page after his match.

- Ready for a new today tomorrow!

Axelsen will face Ka Long NG (Hong Kong) in the third round of the World Championships.

Read: Mixed reactions from England: Opening rounds summary


After her first match, Carolina Marin (Spain) already mentioned on social media:

- Focused on the second round!

There was no doubt she was indeed! Marin was never in trouble in her match against Busanan Ongbamrungphan (Thailand). 21-9 and 21-8 was a more than a solid victory for Marin.

Next round Marin will play against Sayaka Sato from Japan.

Find all the matches, results and live score of the Total BWF World Championships here

Find the live streaming of the matches in Nanjing at the Badmintonworldtv channel.

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