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Guoyu confirms his absence from this year’s finals, the finals will continue to be “Guangzhou Red” next year_World

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Original title: Guoyu confirmed that he was absent from this year’s finals and the finals will continue to be “Guangzhou Red” next year

The 2021 BWF World Tour Finals will be held in Bali, Indonesia from December 1st to 5th. The Chinese team has confirmed to give up the competition and will fully prepare for the badminton held in Huelva, Spain from December 12th to 19th. World Championships. This is the second consecutive year that the BWF World Tour Finals have not been held in Guangzhou. According to the latest 2022 schedule announced by the BWF, the final battle of the year will be the BWF World Tour Finals in Guangzhou from December 14th to 18th. This means that after three years, this star-studded badminton event finally has the opportunity to reappear “Guangzhou Red” in Tianhe Stadium.

Guo Yu confirmed his absence from this year’s finals

The French Badminton Open was held in Paris this week. The Chinese team was absent. After the team ended their campaign at the Danish Open last week, they have set off to return to China and begin isolation. The next international event that the Chinese team will participate in will be the World Badminton Championships in Huelva, Spain, from December 12th to 19th this year.

Before the World Championships, the World Badminton World Tour Finals will be held in Bali from December 1st to 5th. The threshold for this tournament with a total prize money of 1.5 million US dollars is high, and it can only be entered in the annual tournament standings. Only the top eight players can get admission tickets. Tokyo Olympics men’s singles champion Ansailong, men’s singles world No. 1 Kento Momota, India’s top women’s singles, and other celebrities have won tickets. Tokyo Olympics women’s singles champion Chen Yufei and mixed doubles champion Wang Yilyu/Huang Dongping automatically qualified for the finals as Olympic champions. However, Guoyu has confirmed to give up the competition. After the end of the quarantine, the team will invest in preparations for the World Championships in Spain.

The finals will continue “Guangzhou Red” next year

According to the 2022 schedule announced by the World Badminton Federation, the first international event next year will be the Indian Open in New Delhi from January 11th to 16th. From March 16th to 22nd, the All England Tournament will be held in Birmingham. The 2022 Thomas Cup Uber Cup World Badminton Men’s and Women’s Team Championships will be held from May 8th to 15th in Bangkok, Thailand. From June 26 to July 7, the World University Games badminton tournament will be held in Chengdu. From August 21st to 28th, the World Badminton Championships will be held in Japan, and the city is to be determined. From November 29th to December 18th, three consecutive competitions were held in China. They were the China Open in Changzhou from November 29th to December 4th, and the China Open in Fuzhou from December 6th to 11th. The Open, and the BWF World Tour Finals in Guangzhou from December 14th to 18th.

Guangzhou is the first “Grand Slam” city in China to host badminton tournaments. Since 2002, it has successfully hosted international badminton tournaments such as Tangyou Cup, Sudirman Cup, World Championships, World Youth Championships, and China Open. Starting in 2018, the BWF World Tour Finals settled in Guangzhou for four consecutive years. The Guangzhou finals were held in Tianhe Stadium in 2018 and 2019. It won the high recognition of the World Badminton Federation and the contestants for Guangzhou. The chairman of the World Badminton Federation Paul Eric Hoyer repeatedly affirmed Guangzhou as “close to perfection”. The ability and level of competition.

Affected by the epidemic, the finals have not been held in Guangzhou for two consecutive years. Last year’s finals were relocated to Thailand. This year’s finals will be held in Indonesia. If the “Guangzhou Red” reappears at Tianhe Stadium in December next year, it will be the finals after December 2019, returning to the “badminton capital” of Guangzhou for the first time in three years. Citizens who love badminton can enjoy the wonderful performance of the world’s top players at home.

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