Original title: Danish media: Momota and others retire, many rookies of the Danish team get the opportunity to debut
After a 7-month suspension of international competitions, the 2020 Danish Open will start on October 13. Although many famous players such as the Chinese team, the Indonesian team and the Japanese team's Momota retired, the Danish media said that this will give many local Danish rookies a valuable opportunity to participate.
The Danish Open is a higher-level World Badminton Tournament with a level of super750. The Danish Badminton Association confirmed that
Danish media TV2 badminton commentator Laugerson believes that although the men’s singles top seed Kento Momota has retired, there is still a second seed.
The Danish media said that after a large number of players retired, it is not clear whether the Danish Open will be drawn again. But what is certain is that there will be quite a lot of new faces appearing on the field, especially many young Danish players have the opportunity to get some points on the field, which can help them get the opportunity to participate in higher-level events.
Laugerson also believes that the normal holding of the Danish Open proves that the Danish Badminton Association can host international badminton events, which is essential for restarting badminton events.