Intense battles define Madrid Spain Masters
Date: 3/29/2024 10:26 PM
Published by : Przemyslaw Szymanski
Day of Triumphs
William Kryger Boe/Christian Faust Kjær from Denmark achieved a big win in their quarterfinal match, earning their first-ever World Tour semi-final spot. They played well, beating Chen Zhi Yi/Presley Smith from USA without losing a set, with scores of 21-16, 21-14.

The Popov brothers, Toma Junior and Christo, dazzled spectators with their electrifying display against Chinese opponents Huang Di/Liu Yi. Despite dropping the first game, the duo staged a remarkable comeback, claiming victory in a thrilling three-game battle, with scores reading 14-21, 21-18, 21-18.

Some of the top players fail to advance to the next round
French mixed double’s pair, Thom Gicquel/Delphine Delrue, won their battle for the spot in semi-finals against English duo Gregory Mairs/Jenny Mairs. Thom and Delphine are positioning themselves as favourites for winning France’s first ever European Championships gold in Germany.

The Bulgarian sisters Stefani Stoeva/Gabriela Stoeva fought hard but did not advance to the semi-finals at Madrid Spain Masters, losing to Japnesee pair Rin Iwanaga/Kie Nakanishi.

With the semi-finals in the horizon, everyone is excited to see who will compete in the championship match. Stay tuned for more exciting badminton matches tomorrow! For the full overview of today’s matches click here.

Photo: @carlosmartinfotografia
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