Badminton celeb Viktor Axelsen found out on Friday that he might be out of competitive movement indefinitely because of “chronic pain” in his leg. World No. Five had missed European Games in June due to Asthma issues.
Axelsen took to social media to announce his selection and added he’s past disillusioned as he doesn’t recognize while he may be able to go back to movement.
Axelsen became scheduled to take part in the BWF Tour Super a thousand event in Indonesia from July 16 and the Super 750 tournament at Japan Open within the final week of the month. The Danish star has now shown he could be lacking the two tournaments. Axelsen becomes scheduled to stand India’s Sai Praneeth within the opening spherical of Indonesia Open in Jakarta.
“Hi, all. I desire this message might be coming on a high-quality notice, however. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. It’s with exquisite disappointment that I let you know that I had been experiencing continual pain in my leg for a few weeks now. After being assessed by using more than one professionals, I have been cautioned no longer to compete in any tournaments at this moment,” Axelsen wrote.
“Coming off bronchial asthma problems which avoided me from competing at the European Games, I changed into extremely searching forward to being lower back on match courts — in particular competing in Jakarta and Tokyo that are of my favorites cities. I am beyond disillusioned and do no longer how long I will be out. But do not worry, I will do all I can to come back as soon as viable, better, and stronger than earlier than! Thanks for all of your support. Viggo,” he added.
Axelsen has been one of the regular performers on the excursion within the current past. The 25-yr-vintage is No. 1 on the BWF World Tour ranking. Axelsen had gained the India Open and the Spain Masters and completed runners-up at the prestigious All England Open Badminton Championships in March.
The winner of the World Championships in 2017 has been a superstar in India’s Premier Badminton League as properly. Having represented Bengaluru Blasters inside the preceding variations, Axelsen performed for the Ahmedabad Smash Masters within the 2018-19 version of the badminton league. A rather common opinion about badminton is that it is one of the safest games possible-a fun, family game innocent of malice and devoid of any real danger of injury. Such notions are highly probable, given the immense popularity of the game worldwide, as entertainment for children during playtime as well as a serious Olympic sport.
However, contrary to popular opinion, badminton players are also prone to injury-some so intense in nature that they may take months to heal completely. According to one study conducted by a Denmark-based group of doctors and published in 2006, badminton injuries occur at an average rate of 2.9/person every 1000 hours of playtime. Despite being a non-contact sport, where there is no physical contact between the opposing players, badminton injuries happen frequently-mostly due to overuse of certain parts of the body and sometimes because of accidents happening suddenly and painfully. Mostly they occur in players who wear the wrong shoes, do not warm-up, warm up more than required, sport bad technique, are overweight, or generally unfit. Injuries are witnessed in players who have not indulged in the sport for a while, as well as in seasoned players who have overused body parts such as wrists, ankles, knees, and elbows, to name a few.