Ahn Se-Young Shuttlecock Empress


    Ahn Se-Young Shuttlecock Empress

    ++Ahn Se-young, world No. 1... Birth of the 'Shuttlecock Empress'++

    27 years since Bang Soo-hyun won 7 international championships this year

    Ahn Se-yeong (Samsung Life Insurance, photo), a leading Korean female badminton player, has risen to the top of the 온라인카지노 world.

    According to the Korea Badminton Association on the 31st, Ahn Se-young accumulated 103,914 points in the World Badminton Federation (BWF) world rankings,

    Surpassing Japan's Yamaguchi Akane (101,917 points) and moved up from second place to first place.

    It is the first time in 27 years since Bang Soo-hyeon,

    the gold medalist at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, that a Korean player has ranked first in the women's singles.

    Ahn Se-young won seven championships, three runners-up, and one bronze medal in the 11 international competitions she participated in this year.

    In March, she won the women's singles gold medal for the first time since Bang Su-hyeon in 1996 at the Jeonyeong Open, the most prestigious badminton tournament.

    On the 23rd, she succeeded in winning her second consecutive tournament for the first time in her life at the Korea Open, and on the 30th she also won the Japanese Open women's singles, sweeping her world ranking points.

    With this, Ahn Se-young stood tall as the world's strongest in about 5 years and 5 months since February 2018, when she first earned her world ranking points.

    She was initially expected to be unable to defeat Ahn Se-young and Yamaguchi in the world rankings even if she won the Japan Open.

    However, the situation changed when her performance at the Japan Open held in August last year was excluded from the world ranking calculation.

    Less than a year later, she is included in her point recognition period, but she is missing from the point tally as it overlaps with the Japan Open held in July of this year.

    Her performance at international competitions this year also greatly outstrips Ahn Se-young's Yamaguchi (four championships, two runners-up).

    Ahn Se-young is preparing for the World Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark and the Asian Games in Hangzhou in September.

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