Madrid 2022: Tomorrow European Badminton Championships finals and Carolina Marin’s will fight for her sixth European gold
Madrid 2022 already knows its finalists. Today there have been high-level, high-tension matches played by the leading international badminton powers in their fight for a place in the finals. From early afternoon until 9:00 p.m., the Gallur Municipal Sports Center and all its attendees have witnessed the best European level, which will display all its splendor tomorrow, Saturday, 30 April.
The Madrid 2022 European Badminton Championships have caused furor in the capital of Spain, which is also the 2022 World Capital of Sport. In addition, it should be noted that the largest continental event in this sport has the support of Iberdrola as the main sponsor, as well as high-status sponsors like Banco Santander and ElPozo.
Carolina Marin jumped into the center court to cheers and applause. Marin prevailed in the first set against the Turkish player Neslihan Yigit  by 21-14. In the second game, Yigit tried to stay on the scoreboard, but Marin showed her wide range of strikes and attacking style to win a very emotional match, 21-13 in the second game. Marin is one step away from making history and achieving her sixth European title. A strong Kirsty Gilmour  (Scotland) awaits the Spanish in the final, who forced the Danish Mia Blichfeldt  to the third set for the pass to the final: 21-19, 19-21, 21-10 . The women’s singles final will be played from 12 pm, and can be seen live on Teledeporte.
Denmark will star in the finals of Madrid 2022. Viktor Axelsen  got rid of the Israeli Misha Zilberman in two sets (21-10 and 21-11), ending his great performance in this European. For his part, his teammate Anders Antonsen  awaits him in the final, who beat Frenchman Toma Junior Popov  in one of the most intense matches of the semifinals: 21-16, 19-21, and 21-15. On the previous occasion, kyiv 2021, it was Antonsen who hung the gold.
In mixed doubles, the Germans Mark Lamsfuss – Isabel Lohau  made it to the final after overcoming the Danish Mikkel Mikkelsen – Rikke Søby , with a final result of 12-21, 21-16 and 21-17 , and with forceful rallies marked by consistency and definition in attack. For its part, the French Thom Gicquel – Delphine Delrue  won the ticket to the final against the Dutch Robin Tabeling – Selena Piek  after settling the match 21-19 and 21-15.
In the men’s doubles, both matches were resolved in two games. For their part, the Scots Alexander Dunn – Adam Hall  signed a great performance against the Dutch Ruben Jille – Ties Van Der Lecq  who unsuccessfully tried to force a third game: 21-10 and 22-20. On the other side of the main draw, the Germans Mark Lamsfuss – Marvin Seidel  won against the English duo Ben Lane – Sean Vendy , 23-21 and 21-17.
In the women’s doubles, the Germans Linda Efler – Isabel Lohau  came from behind against the Danish Maiken Fruergaard – Sara Thygesen  by 20-22, 21-15 and 22-20. The Germans will face the Stoeva sisters who have managed to get into the final round without losing a single set; today they beat the Danish Amalie Magelund – Freja Ravn  21-11 and 21-12.
The finals will be held on Saturday, April 30, and will begin at 10:00. The order of matches will be: mixed doubles, men’s singles, women’s singles, women’s doubles and finally men’s doubles. The award ceremony will be held after each final. The two finals of the individual modality can be watched live on Teledeporte, and the rest of the matches can also be followed from the Teledeporte Web platform and Badminton Europe TV. For Madrid 2022 finals, all tickets have been sold out and the capacity is expected to be maximum to enjoy the best European badminton show live.