Men’s mates from Denmark, Anders Antonsen, officially decided to end his trip in the 2022 BWF World Tour season. Antosen suffered an injury in his last match. Anders Antonsen blazoned his decision directly through an upload on his sanctioned Instagram account.
The men’s mates world number 3 said he hadn’t withdrawn from the 2022 French Open event. In addition, he was also forced to withdraw from the events at the Hylo Open and the Australian Open. Where, the two prestigious events will take place coming month.
BWF has officially canceled two events in China, videlicet the China Open and the Fuzhou China Open. thus, it’s certain that Antonsen won’t contend until the end of the time. Not only that, this decision ensures that Antonsen won’t appear in the 2022 BWF World Tour Tests.
It’s the end of 2022 for me. My injury has forced me to withdraw from the forthcoming events in France, Germany, and Australia. And with the China event cancelled, I may not be contending again this time,” Antonsen wrote.
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Anders Antonsen concentrated on Recovering Injury
” It’s been a tough time. My injury recurs at the worst times all the time and keeps me out of action a lot. For players who like the exhilaration of competition, my hiatus has been veritably frustrating.”
Antonsen also promised to recover this injury. So that it does not fall and he can again contend at the top position to come the stylish player in the world.
“I’ll fight hard to get back on my bases. Overcome my problems and work harder to come back as the stylish player in the world. Thank you for always supporting and transferring positive energy. See you latterly!” he explained.
Of course, this news is a sad thing for his suckers. Because Antonsen had time to show training sessions with top players similar as Viktor Axelsen, Lee Zii Jia, and Loh Kean Yew.