Linh overcomes giant rivals to vie for German Open title

March 03, 2024

Coming to the Open, Intanon was seeded No 3 and considered in a higher level compared to Linh who never won in their meets. However, the Vietnamese player was better in the court, taking the lead from the beginning of both sets and won 21-13, 21-15. No 2 seeded Kim was said to be an even tougher rival in the last-four round. In the final, Linh will play No 6 seed Mia Blichfedt of Denmark. After Germany, Linh will continue her European tour in France, England, Switzerland and Spain, as part of her Paris Olympics preparation.

The source of this news is from Vietnam News

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