When the Frederiksberg sports Halls on Sunday put halgulv for the european championships-the finals of the mixed team in badminton, Denmark is quite as expected, one party.
In Saturday's semi-final should the host nation simply use the three matches to secure the overall victory over the Netherlands.
It is played in a best of five matches, and since Denmark won the first three matches, it was clear that the Danish favorites meets Germany in guldkampen.
The Danish victory was a reality, as damesinglen Mia Blichfeldt brought Denmark in the 3-0 victory at 22-20, 21-10 over Gayle Mahulette.
the Latter led virtually the entire first set, but Blichfeldt hung on and finished the best of the in the crucial duels. In the second set was the dane a class better.
it had mixeddoublen with Mathias Christiansen and Christinna Pedersen in the first match sent the team on vinderkurs with the victory at 21-19, 21-15 over Robin Tabeling and Selena Piek.
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Mathias Christiansen and Christinna Pedersen sent to Denmark on the 1-0. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Mads Claus Rasmussen
Mia Blichfeldt sent to Denmark at 3-0. Photo: Olafur Steinar Gestsson
the Pair walked along in a close first set, before the danes won the last two balls. In the second set created the danes quickly a solid lead that never came in danger.
Then had Viktor Axelsen in action, and he had to slide more for the victory than expected, but eventually he got to grips with the Mark Caljouw with the digits 21-7, 8-21, 21-16.
It looked like a formsag for Abreu after the easy first set, but the dutchman struck back and won the second almost equally simple and brought himself also at 7-4 in the decisive set. But Abreu got the hang of the game and won.
score 3-0, it was needless to play herredoublen and damedoublen.
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