For quite a long time, Denmark has stayed the best European country in badminton and will subsequently be probably the greatest test to the Asian forces to be reckoned with at the Tokyo Olympics.
The Nordic country will have many players who can have a special interest in the gold award in Tokyo - Viktor Axelsen, Anders Antonsen, and Mia Blichfeldt.
They are the most recent stars from a country that has produced champions for quite a long time through its powerful club framework.
The explanation for Denmark's accomplishment in badminton
Since the 1950s, Denmark has put resources into building indoor games offices in virtually every region the nation over, which is a significant purpose for the achievement of Danish badminton. Right now, more than 600 clubs are addressed by Badminton Denmark, which administers everyday issues through a gathering where every part club is addressed.
Throughout the long term, this framework has been instrumental in delivering legends and pushing Danish badminton to the statures of greatness.
Previous World No. 1s Morten Frost and Lene Koppen motivated a whole age to accept the game, harking back to the 1970s-80s. Peter Gade emulated their example, entrancing the whole gang with his on-court wizardry.
History of Danish badminton in Olympics
With badminton merging its place at the mega quadrennial occasion in 1992, large numbers of Denmark's legends didn't have the fortune to taste brilliance at the Olympics.
And still, after all that, the Scandinavian nation positions fourth among all countries with its pitiful take of 8 awards from the Olympics.
Denmark's first Olympic award came in the absolutely first version wherein badminton was incorporated. Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen, a bronze medalist in men's singles at the Barcelona Games, scratched his name in the record books as the country's first-since forever Olympic medalist in badminton.
The current leader of the Badminton World Federation (BWF), Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen at that point left a mark on the world in 1996 as the principal Danish shuttler to win Olympic gold. Until this point, he stays the lone badminton player from Denmark to have gathered the yellow metal.
It was basically in the two or three releases of the Olympics that Denmark had a whirlwind of decorations from the expensive occasion.
In Rio men's singles, Viktor Axelsen added the bronze to his sparkling assortment of awards. Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen covered their long men's pairs vocations with a silver decoration from the London Olympics.
Christinna Pedersen and Kamilla Rytter Juhl's heroics were remunerated with a ladies pairs silver at Rio, four years after Pedersen won the blended duplicates bronze with Joachim Fischer Nielsen.
While a significant number of these stars have resigned, Denmark stays a lot of power to deal with on the BWF circuit.Dr. Dhillon Randeep
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