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Break Fantastic Records, Kevin / Marcus Rivals: We’re Tired!

Breaking a fantastic record at the Denmark Open 2020, Kevin Sanjaya / Marcus Gideon’s British rivals Marcus Ellis / Chris Langridge made a surprising statement.

INDOSPORT.COM – After breaking a fantastic record at the Denmark Open 2020, rivals Kevin Sanjaya/Marcus Gideon British origin namely Marcus Ellis / Chris Langridge made a surprising statement.

Couple Marcus Ellis/Chris Langridge It is known that they won the title at the Denmark Open 2020 after defeating the Russian pair, namely Vladimir Ivanoz / Ivan Sozonov in a rubber game match with a final score of 20-22 21-17 21-18, Sunday (18/10/20) at Odense Sports Park, Denmark.

The success of the British couple earned the title in Denmark Open 2020 saw them break an astonishing record by becoming the first British couple to win in 45 years.

Not only that, the Denmark Open 2020 is also the first title for the pair who are Kevin / Marcus’s rivals. After setting a fantastic record they made a surprising statement.

“(The comments) released the devil in me, leveled me up. We were 7-2 down, but didn’t respond well, before I could finally feel the adrenaline inside me leaking out of my skin,” he said.

“Then after that my level rose tenfold. On the one hand, it helped me. We are very happy. I know we did not see it because we were tired, but we are very happy,” said Chris Langridge quoted from the official BWF website.

Added by the pair who have lost 5 times to Kevin / Marcus that the Danish Open 2020 title is a very extraordinary title for them and of course they are very happy to win.

“This is a big tournament, and winning the Super 750 is one of our biggest tournament wins. It will be one of the best we’ve ever had,” added Ellis.

“It’s been an extraordinary week, we are very happy to be back. That’s the main thing, obviously we are very happy because we won, but only to come back to compete, that’s the best feeling in the world,” he concluded.

Unfortunately the Badminton World Federation (BWF) still decided to freeze the world ranking, so the points won at the Denmark Open 2020 will not have any impact on the Ellis / Langridge pair.

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