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Victor Svendsen won the Hungarian International Championships in 2017 (Photo: Badminton Photo)
The lights in Budapest!
Date: 10/31/2018 10:41 AM
Published by : Despoina Anastasiadou
The heart of Badminton is beating in Hungary with the 43rd edition of the Hungarian International, a challenge tournament from 1-4 November.

More than 200 athletes will participate in this event, which is the first competition of this month, taking place in Budaors, Budapest.

Who can break the Turkish trio?

In Women's Singles, Laura Sarosi, runner-up of the Hellas International last week, starts from the qualification round with hopes for good results in her own country.

The first seeded, Neslihan Yigit from Turkey, might be ready to repeat the triumph of last year, when she played against her compatriot, Aliye Demirbag. But also Ozge Bayrak has aspirations to reach the finals.

Russian domination in Doubles

Russia's rising stars, Alimov and Davletova, have big expectations to bring home the title in Doubles and certainly will make the tournament even more fascinating. 

So, let’s get ready to enjoy Badminton in the heart of Europe. 
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