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Back-to-back triumphs for Jille/ Seinen
Date: 10/16/2023 1:57 PM
Published by : Sara Gonzalez Martinez (BEC)
Debora Jille and Cheryl Seinen clinch the YONEX Dutch Open 2023 title for the second consecutive year.

The Dutch duo, top seeds in the competition, displayed commanding performances throughout the tournament, all while playing on home soil. Jille/ Seinen swept aside all opponents in straight games, including the final. This triumph adds crucial points to their Road to Paris journey and is yet another big win for the pair who earlier this summer secured a silver medal at the European Games.

In the singles titles, it was a Danish domination. In the men's singles, we saw an all-Danish final, with Victor Svendsen, who announced in August his departure from the Danish National Training Centre, going up against Karan Rajan Rajarajan. Svendsen secured a resounding victory, 22-20 21-9. The women's singles title also went to a Dane, as Julie Dawall Jakobsen claimed the win by defeating India's Imad Farooqui Samiya in the final.

While the Danish players excelled in the singles, England once again showcased their strength in the doubles events on the European Circuit. Callum Hemming clinched the title with Estelle Van Leeuwen in mixed doubles. Hemming also earned a silver medal in men's doubles, alongside Ethan Van Leeuwen. The duo lost to compatriots Rory Easton/ Zach Russ, the top seeds, in a closely fought final. Estelle Van Leeuwen also claimed two medals, earning bronze with Lizzie Tolman.

To find a full list of the winners, click here

This week in the European Circuit, the YONEX Czech Open 2023 is set to take place from Thursday 19 to Sunday 22 October in Prague. The VICTOR Denmark Open 2023 is also taking place this week. Stay tuned for more updates and exclusive content live from Odense on our platforms.

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