Photo: Badminton Europe/Mark Phelan
- You will see me in Tokyo
Date: 1/15/2018 9:05 AM
Published by : Rasmus Bech(BEC)

Soraya De Visch Eijbergen is definitely back from her injury, and the ambitions are big for the former World number 56.

When a badminton player is getting injured, you cannot be sure, that the player will return to the scene on the same level as they previously had. But Dutch Soraya De Visch Eijbergen is at the moment showing, that she is ready to come back to the level she had, before getting injured in early 2017.

- When you start again you are pretty nervous, and you are thinking “ah, can I still play good? Can I still win these matches?” But I think when you work hard and believe in yourself, then I think it is possible to come back and get better, Soraya De Visch Eijbergen says.

- Believe in yourself is the key, the Dutch adds.

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Aiming for European Championships medal
The Dutch women’s single is climbing up the World ranking, where she at the moment is number 94. 2018 will be a year, where the goal for Visch Eijbergen is to climb higher.

Visch Eijbergen will in 2018 mainly be playing European tournaments while getting her ranking back.

- I never think about the end goal, but playing the World Championships and coming back and play the European Championships are big goals for me. I want to qualify for the European Championships, and my goal is to get a medal there.

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See you in Tokyo!
And speaking about the future, the Dutch women’s singles is very clear about the ambitions:

Will we see you in Tokyo 2020?

- Yes, you will!

Watch the interview with Soraya De Visch Eijbergen right here

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