Anders Antonsen: “To be completely honest, it feels a little indifferent. I feel I should have beaten Viktor (Axelsen) today in a good match to become European champion.”

“It (European Championships) has been a big fight, but it’s sad. Absolutely wildly sad. We missed the opportunity to see a really cool match and it’s just a huge anticlimax not to be able to play anyway.”

Antonsen became the 2021 European men’s singles champion after his teammate and opponent Viktor Axelsen was forced to pull out of the final after testing positive for Covid-19.

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