The Spanish Carolina Marín surpassed one more day a very complicated encounter at the Denmark Open, in which she qualified for the semifinals at the expense of South Korean An Se Young, 17 and one of the great promises of the world circuit.
Marin won in 80 minutes 18-21, 21-19 and 21-18.
A Spanish pothole in the first game turned the scoreboard from 17-14 until the tie at 17. He only managed a bit more and lost the partial by 21-18.
An Se Young repeated comeback in the next game, in which he went from 5-2 against 7-5 in favor. The Olympic champion reacted this time immediately (9-7) and gave way to continuous alternations on the scoreboard that concluded with Marin's victory by 21-19.
The third set kept the tonic of equality, with the South Korean up to five points ahead (13-8). From 15-15 it was the Spanish that, with a final effort of concentration, maintained minimal advantages until the final 21-18.
The rival of Carolina Marín in the semifinals will come out of the clash between the Japanese Nozomi Okuhara, third head of the series, and the American Beiwen Zhang.
The tournament, which takes place in Odense, distributes $ 775,000 in prizes. . (tagsToTranslate) marin (t) semifinals