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15 years together: Now it's over

Badmintonspillerne Carsten Mogensen and Mathias Boe had on Thursday evening true, that they have played their last match in the men's doubles together. It wa

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15 years together: Now it's over

Badmintonspillerne Carsten Mogensen and Mathias Boe had on Thursday evening true, that they have played their last match in the men's doubles together.

It was clear, as the Danish pair lost in the second round at the All England to a japanese couple.

The tredjeseedede japanese Takeshi Kamura and Keigo Sonoda defeated the danes 21-14, 21-16, and thus is badmintonfesten over for the 35-year-old Carsten Mogensen and 38-year-old Mathias Boe.

The two held life in their doublesamarbejde on badmintonbanen with victory in the first round of a south Korean couple, but when the traditional tournament in Birmingham is the two Danish players ' last together, so are a far few therefore now over.

Both players will enter in the future each, in particular, in the new doublekonstellationer.

Carsten Mogensen and Mathias Boe is the most successful Danish herredoublekonstellation in recent times.

the Pair won from 2009 to 2017, the whole of the 16 Super Series titles - including the All England in 2011 and 2015.

In the last year, the two also final at the All England, but lost.

in Addition, it has been to the OLYMPICS-silver (2012), WORLD cup silver (2013), WORLD cup-bronze (2014), the EM-gold (2012 and 2017) and the gold at the European Games (2015) to name the greatest results.

While the pair was to the lord of the EM for the national team in 2016, fell Carsten Mogensen with a stroke, which gave a long pause.

Later, they reached the verdenstoppen again, but the past year has the trick of delivering past results.

The japanese pair took quite superior to the first set with 21-14, and not in the second set could the danes completely.

Behind 14-17 were set open, but the japanese managed to push the Boe and Mogensen in a high pace, and a japanese netruller made sure 21-16 and thus a sentence of Boe and mogensen's long career together, while the japanese were ready for the quarterfinals.

The Danish men's doubles in badminton with Kim Astrup and Anders Skaarup is also out of the All England.

It came to pass, after that it femteseedede Danish couple earlier Thursday, lost 19-21, 16-21 to the malaysian pair of Aaron Chia and Wooi Yik Soh.

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