The Badminton Association of Thailand (BAT) President, Khunying Patama Leeswadtrakul, sent an email to the Danish Badminton Association thanking the Danish players and association for adhering to safety protocols since their arrival in Thailand.

Reported by Aiyuke, a Danish media house shared the contents of the email from Khuying that stated that she was happy to see the Danes sharing their daily activities through social media with positive messages, which helped publicize the efforts of the organisers and sent out a positive message to the public.

The email from Khuying mentions HK Vittinghus, Anders Antonsen, Mia Blichfeldt and Viktor Axelsen for their support to the organisers.

The Danish players continue to share their daily experiences every day without the slightest protest. It looks like they have quickly adjusted to the rules seamlessly after their home tournament last October.

Top Danish player Viktor Axelsen has been consistently sharing his experiences since arriving in Thailand. He updates his social media with the activities and training done in the hotel room and he shares videos and images from the training courts as well.

Like Axelsen, Anders Antonsen has not shied away from sharing the life in bubble system and Green Zone. He updates photos and videos on his social media, he updates the similar activities on his YouTube channel as well.

Most of the Danish players have been sharing their activities done in the bubble system. They seem to have adjusted well to the new rule. Meanwhile, men’s doubles player Anders Skaarup Rasmussen has been documenting the lives of three pigeons he spotted from the window of his hotel room on his social media. He has found something delightful to do in the tight bubble system.

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