Rasmus Gemke Suddenly Resigns from Hylo Open 2022 after being killed by Viktor Axelsen
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Rasmus Gemke Suddenly Resigns from Hylo Open 2022 after being killed by Viktor Axelsen

Rasmus Gemke Suddenly Resigns from Hylo Open 2022 after being killed by Viktor Axelsen

Men’s mates from Denmark, Rasmus Gemke, suddenly decided to withdraw from the Hylo Open 2022 event. Rasmus Gemke is a badminton player who’s presently ranked 13th. Grounded on the schedule, Gemke will face players from Hong Kong, Lee Cheuk Yiu on Wednesday (02/11/22). Where the meeting of the two players took place at Saarlandhalle Saarbrucken, Germany.

Still, Rasmus Gemke suddenly blazoned that he’d withdraw from the first round of the 2022 Hylo Open. BWF Tournament Softwares has verified the report. The reason is, Gemke’s status at BWF has gone into a walkover alias retreat.

Launching from Sport television 2, Gemke decided to withdraw because he felt tired after playing further matches than usual. Rasmus Gemke did not want to take the threat by forcing himself to play at the Hylo Open. In the future it can beget injury.

After the Hylo Open 2022, Gemke is also not registered in events for the remainder of the 2022 season. One of them is the Australian Open 2022 this month. That means Rasmus Gemke also ended his season beforehand. Because he has clearly not good for the BWF World Tour Tests in Guangzhou on December 14- 18.

Rasmus Gemke was beaten doubly by Axelsen

Viktor Axelsen is back to attack Rasmus Gemke in the French Open event. In the final match, Axelsen mercilessly finished Gemke. It only took 43 twinkles, Axelsen won two games at formerly with a score of 21- 14 and 21- 15.

This is the fastest 2022 French Open final for Axelsen and Gemke. If you have to compare with the final in the other four sectors. Meanwhile for Gemke, this is the alternate Super 750 final in his career.

With the pullout of Ramsmus Gemke this time, his opponent Lee Cheuk Yiu is entitled to an automatic ticket to the round of 16 of the Hylo Open 2022. Next, Lee Cheuk Yiu will challenge the eighth seed from Thailand, Kunlavut Vitisarn.

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