Badminton News: With the support of a strong team, Michelle Li, who has been strong this season, won the Pan American Championships and the Canadian Open last month.
After a great vacation in Hawaii, Michelle Li is currently fit and ready to perform in a fun atmosphere. With a few games to play before the end of the season, the Canadian is preparing for his trip to Europe starting with this week’s Danish Open in Odense.
Michelle had just returned from vacation in Hawaii and didn’t have high hopes for her home game, but she still did well and won her fourth championship.
The highlight of the week was her semi-final against Saena Kawakami, where she knocked down five match points. The final between him and Song Shuoyun was relatively easy.
“Winning a match in my home country is definitely a special experience.” Michelle said,
“There aren’t many opportunities like this. It’s really nice to be able to show the results of my long-term efforts in front of my family, my friends and the people who support me. also helps a lot because the public is on my side.”
Michelle Li’s recent performances directly reflect the impact developments have had on her off the pitch. Starting that year, he built a team around him, including a head coach, assistant coach, and therapist.
With this support, the player can better cope with difficult trials on the pitch. She has reached the quarter-finals four times this year (including the world championships), was a runner-up at the Commonwealth Games, won the Pan American and Canadian Open championships, and defeated strong opponents such as Ratchanok Intanon, Nozomi Okuhara and Beiwen Zhang.
“I had a team this year. I started working on my strength and control with my therapist. I always had a training partner, and now I also get help with logistics so that I can have more time to focus on the field Less time spent arranging flights, hotels and dealing with all the mail This kind of thing is actually the most inconvenient because it takes a lot of time and effort efforts,” Michelle Li said.
“Obviously a lot of independent athletes have experienced it. I still do it now, but sometimes it’s great to be able to ask someone to help me. It’s not their full-time job because that i cant remove them from their regular work because i can still manage it.They are very professional even after their normal work they still take a lot of extra time to make sure i am ok and everything is on the right way for me.”
Published by Ligaolahraga.com at https://www.ligaolahraga.com/badminton/punya-tim-baru-michelle-li-tak-sabar-tampil-di-tour-eropa-pekan-ini
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