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World No. 1 and Olympic boss Viktor Axelsen has pulled out of the following week’s Singapore Badminton Open.

His nonappearance is a further lift for Singapore’s Loh Kean Yew, who is looking to turn into the occasion’s most memorable neighborhood men’s singles champion since Wee Choon Seng in 1962, as Axelsen was a possible last rival.

On Monday (July 5), a day in the wake of winning the Malaysia Open, Axelsen declared via virtual entertainment his choice to skirt the July 5-10 Malaysia Masters and July 12-17 Singapore Open.

The 28-year-old Dane said: “I would have wanted to contend again here in KL this week and afterward in SG, but when I got up today my body and my head was letting me know that now is the right time to rest and re-energize before I step on the court once more.

“I want a few days off to rest, praise my new wins with my family and afterward develop towards new objectives.”

Axelsen’s withdrawal is the most recent for the Singapore Open men’s singles occasion. Others skipping it incorporate his comrades Anders Antonsen (world No. 3) and Rasmus Gemke (No. 12), who are harmed, while Malaysian Lee Zii Jia (No. 5) and Indian (No. 10) Lakshya Sen chose to zero in on the July 28-Aug 8 Commonwealth Games all things considered.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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