Badmintonspilleren Viktor Axelsen is for the first time in his career among the top four in the prestigious All England tournament in Birmingham.
In an exciting and clean Danish quarter-final won Axelsen in two sets with 23-21 21-18 over Jan Island. Jørgensen and play Saturday for a place in the final.
In the semi-final awaits the defending All England champion Shi Yuqi, who earlier this week sent Anders Antonsen out of the tournament in the first round.
Jan Island. Jorgensen on the other hand, travel back home, but can probably rejoice in the fact that he seems to be on the road against the strength he possessed, before the long-term injury put him out of the game.
Jorgensen was to create a close and exciting performance, where the two players took turns to be upstairs.
Abreu endeavoured clearly to run the six-year older compatriot tired to do dueling long and direct Jørgensen around on the end line.
the Fight was placed on track two, where there is the opportunity to take a "challenge" on dommerkendelserne, and both players showed on several occasions their dissatisfaction with the linjedommerne.
A few milimeterafgørelser gave Viktor Axelsen a lead of 19-16 in the first set, and he got his first sætbold at 20-17.
But Jorgensen shook not at hand, although he stood with his back against the wall. Nordjyden took four points in a row and tilspillede a sætbold at 21-20.
the Initiative shifted again, and when Jorgensen under pressure punched the ball into the net, won the Abreu the set with a 23-21 and gave a triumphant roar.
Jævnbyrdigheden was intact from the the second problem start, and every time Abreu looked to draw from, tightened Jørgensen grip again.
the Players took turns to score points. It meant that Jan Island. Jørgensen never reached all the way up, and Abreu tilspillede two matchbolde at 20-18.
The 25-year-old fynbo, however, only use one, and after a veltimet smash he fell to his knees in jubilation, before the two training partners changed sweaters as a thank you for the fight.