Denmark's Axelsen unhappy with badminton rule changes

Viktor Axelsen during training earlier this month. The Dane is satisfied with how he has improved as a player since winning the world junior title.

KUALA LUMPUR: Reigning world champion Viktor Axelsen has taken a swipe at the Badminton World Federation (BWF) for changing the rules of the game.

The world No. 1 said the world body's decision to make it compulsory for the top 15 men singles players to play in at least 12 tournaments a year was not the right move.

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