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Mia Blichfeldt: "I want to win the European Games"
Date: 10/25/2018 1:29 PM
Published by : Aidan Jones (BEC)
Mia Blichfeldt and Line Kjærsfeldt revealed on the BEC Podcast the troubles they have had and now they are ready to show everyone what they can do.

The Danish Women’s Singles team have taken a lot of complaints about their performance on court over previous years and now the two players are arguably up there with the best.

Going for European Games

Mia Blichfeldt revealed that her goal for the next year is to win the European Games in July 2019, in Minsk.

Blichfeldt, speaking to the BEC Podcast shared the thoughts of her performance on court over the past year and what she wants to achieve going forward.

- In 2019 I want to win the European Games, I will go for that one, I am here to show people what I can do, Mia Blichfeldt said at the BEC Podcast.

On the subject of the Olympics Mia Blichfeldt said: Right now, it looks quite good. We are both very high on the rankings. But, we still have to improve a lot to be in the top 20, Blichfeldt added.

Difficult times for Kjærsfeldt

Line Kjærsfeldt was not afraid to admit that she has been through a hard time on court over the past year but revealed that she now has a plan that is working.

The Danish Women’s Singles player reached the final of the Taipei Open last month and is looking forward to the upcoming year to perform to the best of her ability.

I had a really bad year, last year and also the start of this year. It has been really hard but I think I have found a really good way, both personally and also how to get the best out of things, so that I can be a better player every day. 

-  It gives a lot of confidence and belief. We just keep going, It can be really good, she added.

Find our what else the girls revealed on the BEC Podcast on YouTube, Facebook, SoundCloud and Spotify!

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