is leading the 2023 World Badminton Federation (BWF) World Tour rankings.

Ahn Se-young, world number 2, beat Chen Yu-fei (25, China), 4th place, in the 2023 BWF World Tour ‘Jeonyoung Open’ women’s singles final on the 19th with a set score of 2-1 (21-17, 10-21, 21-19) won the championship

This tournament was held at Arena 먹튀검증Birmingham (capacity 15,800) in England. The Jeonyoung Open is classified as a ‘Super 1000’, which has the second highest weight in the BWF World Tour after Finals.

It is the second time in his personal career that Ahn Se-young reached the top of the’Super 1000’ competition, and it has been 477 days (1 year, 3 months, 20 days) since winning the 2021 Indonesia Open.

This season, Ahn Se-young won three world tours, including the ▲India Open, ▲Indonesia Masters, and ▲Jeonyoung Open. She was runner-up at the ▲Malaysia Open ▲German Open.

▲Malaysia Open is ‘Super 1000’ ▲India Open is ‘Super 750’ ▲Indonesia Masters is ‘Super 500’ ▲German Open is ‘Super 300’. Thanks to advancing to the finals five times, Ahn Se-young beat Akane Yamaguchi (26, Japan), the world number one, by 8,000 points and is leading the world tour points alone.

She won three World Tour titles this year ▲ 2021 and 2022 world championship winner Yamaguchi ▲ 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic gold medalist Carolina Marin (29, Spain) ▲ 2021 Tokyo Olympic gold medalist Chen Wei Fei.

Naturally, Ahn Se-young is considered a candidate to win the women’s badminton singles at the Hangzhou Asian Games, which will be held in September and October. The key to her challenge for the gold medal is how well she can overcome her clear inferiority against Yamaguchi (6-13) and Chen Yu-fei (4-8).

2023 Badminton World Tour Women’s Singles Rankings1st Seyeong Ahn (Korea) 36,350 points

2nd Akane Yamaguchi (Japan) 28,350 points

3rd Han Yue (China) 23,160 points

4th Wang Ziyi (China) 21,190 points

5th Carolina Marin (Spain) 2 1450 points

6th Xu Wen-chi (Taiwan) 20,230 points

Ahn Se-young World Tour Super 1000 Tournament Finals* Total of 5 matches, 2 wins, 3 losses,

2021 season Danish Open runner-up,

2021 season Indonesia Open championship,

2022 season Jeon-Young Open runner-up, 2023 season

Malaysia Open runner-up, 2023 season Jeon-

Young Open championship

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