Ahn Se-young, ‘Injury Fighting Spirit’, Rehabilitation Diagnosed for 2~5 weeks…It won’t affect the Olympics

According to Yonhap News on the 9th, Ahn Se-young underwent a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) examination immediately after returning home the previous day and received medical staff’s opinion that her tendon near her knee was torn.

As a result, Ahn Se-young has a rehabilitation period of as short as two weeks to as long as five weeks.

As he played consecutive international competitions such as the World Individual Championship in August, the Chinese Open in September, and the Hangzhou Asian Games in October, he plans to have enough time to recharge even after rehabilitation treatment.

There is no problem in participating in the 2024 Paris Olympics, which will open in July next year.

Ahn Se-young will not participate in the 104th National Sports Festival badminton match, which will be held from this day.

The Danish Open and French Open, which will be held from the 17th to the 29th, will discuss whether to participate with the national team.

Ahn Se-young injured her right knee in the women’s singles final at the Hangzhou Asian Games against Chen Yu-pei (China) on the 7th.

In the first set, 18-16, he felt knee pain and received medical treatment while trying to scoop up a shuttlecock falling in front of him.

Although the defeat seemed to be deepening, Ahn Se-young struggled with injuries by receiving icing and taping treatments, and eventually won the gold medal dramatically.

Ahn Se-young, who finished the game, explained about the time of the injury, “I felt like I was out of place because my knees made a ‘tap’ sound, and it was hard because of the pain.”

Ahn Se-young won the women’s singles title for the second time as a Korean player and the first time in 29 years since the 1994 Hiroshima Games. 안전놀이터

Ahn Se-young won two gold medals in the tournament, leading the women’s team event.

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