Weather the storm in Malaysian badminton with long-term measures

Viktor Axelsen

THE weather has been somewhat kind in Odense at this year’s Danisa Denmark Open.

It’s not as bitter cold as previous autumns and it’s nice to see the sun still shining brightly – and it makes all the red and yellow-shaded leaves look even more glorious.

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