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“What are you doing now?”

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I often get the question when I meet people I havenโ€™t seen for a while, and therefore this little “blog” on our website ๐Ÿ™‚

Since All England, I have not participated in a normal practice session together with the national team.
There are probably some experts who think I could easily jump around on court, but Christinna and I want to take good care of me and the baby.
It also means that Christinna carries all our shopping bags to the 3rd floor where our apartment is located – I have to enjoy it as long as it lasts ๐Ÿ™‚

4 out of 5 days during the week I join Christinna when she goes to practice. When Christinna practice in the hall I go to the gym and do the strength exercises that suit my level.
The reason I go to the gym almost every morning is to keep my body and mind healthy. It gives me energy to start the day with training, so I will continue as long as I can.
Fortunately Iโ€™m not negatively affected with nausea during my pregnancy, so until now it’s easy to be pregnant.
The next few weeks I’ll be traveling. First I will spend two days in Tokyo where I will attend a business event with Badminton Denmark. I also hope to see some of the Danish players in action during the weekend at the Yonex Japan Open.

After the weekend in Tokyo I will go to Changzhou in China where the next World Tour tournament will be played. I will of course support Christinna and Mathias as much as possible during the tournament. In China, I’ll make another event, this time for one of Badminton Denmark’s sponsors. Last week of the trip goes to Seoul where Korea Open is being played.
I look forward to join the World Tour tournaments and to see all my friends and colleagues on the tour.

When we are back home in Denmark, thereโ€™s 3 months to due date, so time is going fast ๐Ÿ™‚

Kamilla

2017 – funny facts ๐Ÿ™‚

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Do you like numbers and funny facts? Here you can read about our 2017 ๐Ÿ™‚

In 2017 we played 44 ladies doubles in individual tournaments

We won 34 and lost 10
Of the 34 victories, 26 were in 2 sets, and 12 in 3 sets
Of the defeats were 6 of them in 3 sets and 4 in 2 sets.

We have in total played 2250 minutes, giving an average of 51 minutes per match

The longeste match we played lasted for 84 minutes. In fact, there are two of them. The first one was at the world championship and the other in Australia. The funny thing is that both of the matches were against Fukushima and Hirota from Japan. We won one and lost one.

Our shortest match was at the European Championship. We won our first round in 22 minuets against a pair from Scotland.

The country we have faced the most is Korea. 12 times in total, with us as winners 8 times.
Japan are coming right after with 9 matches. 5 of them with us as winners

The pair we have played against the most is Lee So Hee and Ye Na Chang from Korea.ย 4 times have they been on the opposite site on court, and unfortunately we have only got one victory.

The longest winning streak we have had is 12 matches. It started during Singapore Open with 5 matches, then 5 matches at the European championship in Denmark and 2 matches at the Indonesia Open where we lost in the quarter final.

2018 has already startede, and we look forward to more number and funny fact when we reach the new year ๐Ÿ™‚