As bad as it was was, there were still only three years to the next Olympics.
Being a gold medalist at Rio 2016, and a three-time World and five-time European champion, Carolina Marin, has made an impressive start to the season, in which she had won four out of the five championships, making her an eligible contender to defend her title in Tokyo Olympics.
The Spanish player has confirmed via her social networking handle.
Carolina Marin pulls out of Tokyo Olympics due to knee injury
The recent outburst of the global pandemic and subsequent postponement of the Olympic Games had given Marin a new room in regards to retain her title in Tokyo this year.
Staying abreast of each other, both the Japanese and the Spaniard have split their wins equally, having won 8 matches each out of their 16 clashes.
Carolina Marin pulls out of Tokyo Olympics due to knee injury, to undergo surgery
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Carolina Marin, a Rio Olympic badminton champion and one of Spain’s most accomplished athletes, will miss the Tokyo Games after tearing the ACL and meniscus in her left knee, according to the World Badminton Federation. “This is another blow that I have to deal with, but I will certainly be back,” was posted on Marin’s social media on Tuesday.
After beating India’s P.V. Sindhu to become the first female athlete outside of Asia to win badminton singles gold, we give 10 fun facts about Spain’s Carolina Marín. 1. Marín got into badminton by accident when – at the age of eight – a friend asked her to come to the local sports hall and take part in a new sport. 2.
- Carolina Marin to El Pais on her recovery And Marin posted on instagram that after 130 days away from the game, she's hitting shuttlecocks once more. The flamenco dancer who became queen of the badminton court and Olympic champion at 23 is working harder than ever, even though she pulled out of the BWF World Championships in Switzerland in August 2019, almost exactly a year before the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Carolina María Marín Martín (born 15 June 1993) is a Spanish professional badminton player. She is an Olympic Champion, three-time World Champion, six-time European Champion, and the former World's No. 1 in BWF rankings for the women's singles discipline, holding the World No. 1 title for 66 weeks. Widely regarded as one of the greatest.
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