Original title: Goodbye to the Taoist priest! Jorgensen on the battle for retirement this week
The 2020 Danish Badminton Open has started the first round on October 13, and he will debut after 24 o'clock tonight Beijing time against Sweden's Brestedt. This event is Jorgensen’s retirement. He bluntly said that due to long-term lack of training, this game did not set any goals.
Jorgensen was born on December 31, 1987 and ranked second in the world. He was the champion of the 2014 European Championship and the third runner-up of the 2015 World Championship. In 2016, he helped the Danish team to win the first time as a main force.
Jorgensen wins the 2016 China Open
After the Rio Olympics, Jorgensen recuperated for more than a year due to plantar fasciitis and heel injury. He missed the 2017 World Championships. He returned to the competition at the beginning of 2018. Since then, he has only won the first and second places in some small competitions, and it is difficult to recover. The state of yesteryear.
In 2016, someone suggested that Jorgensen undergo surgery, but Jorgensen believed that there were tournaments such as the Soup Cup, the Olympic Games, and the Chinese Open that he did not want to miss.
Affected by the epidemic in 2020, Jorgensen, who has been short of training for a long time, lost the confidence to stick to it. Jorgensen said that although he is eager to return to his peak state, his performance in the past three years is doomed to an indefinite goal, so he does not want to stick to it anymore. After leaving the national team, he intends to move to Germany with his handball player's wife.