Chinese Taipei brother Zhou Tiancheng stopped the men’s singles in the Super 750 Series Danish Badminton Open, making the outside world question his “big loss” on this trip, not only risking infection, but returning to Taiwan to be quarantined for 14 days, and it takes a lot of work. Adjusting the status, but excluding the book results, Zhou Tiancheng believes that this participation in the war has more significant gains.
The Danish event was the first stop of the BWF World Tour after a 7-month resumption of the tournament. However, considering that the epidemic is spreading across the world, many experts are deterred. Zhou Tiancheng is the only player in Chinese Taipei, but he is regarded as the number one player in the men's singles. The favorite Zhou Tiancheng lost to Denmark's Antonsen in the top four, 17-21, 15-21, and missed the final.
World No. 2 Zhou Tiancheng said: “Antonsen sprained his foot and retired in the All England game last time. He also prepared for the game again. Although I lost, it was considered a training effect.
With the high expectations of the outside world, Zhou Tiancheng said: “It’s not that you can guarantee the championship every time you play.”
Zhou Tiancheng is also the person who knows the pros and cons of his participation best. He said: "This time I found my own shortcomings through the long-lost international competition. This is the biggest gain. I am correcting errors early and have more specific ideas about subsequent training instead of empty-handed. Go back."
Zhou Tiancheng trained with the Taiwan Normal University track and field team during the suspension. Elda Sports Billiards commentator Xiao Boren believes that it is obvious that Zhou Tiancheng’s physical fitness and body control ability have improved a lot. He analyzed: "This competition cannot be used. Whether it’s worth judging or not, in fact, everyone can only simulate via internet information during the suspension. This is a great opportunity to observe the status and changes of the best players."