Peter Gade (1976 – )
With an HPI of 54.51, Peter Gade is the most famous Danish Badminton Player. His biography has been translated into 30 different languages on wikipedia.
Similarly, is badminton famous in Denmark?
Surprisingly, given their success and the fact they have reigning world champion in Axelsen, badminton is not even as popular in Denmark as gymnastics, golf or handball if judged in terms of participation numbers, said Meibom.
Considering this, does Viktor Axelsen have a child?
Copenhagen: The 2020 Tokyo Olympic men’s singles gold medalist, Viktor Axelsen of Denmark is a proud father to his cute 10-month-old baby girl, Vega Rohde Axelsen.
Who is No 1 badminton player in the world?
BWF World Rankings
|RANK||COUNTRY / TERRITORY||PLAYER|
|4||TPE||CHOU Tien Chen|
Lin Dan. World number three player Lin Dan is from China. He is regarded as the greatest single player. He is 33 years old now however, he completed the Super Grand Slam by completing all major 9 titles in badminton world.
Denmark’s national dish: Stegt flæsk
A few years ago, Danes voted on their national dish, and the winning dish, a classic pork recipe called ‘Stegt flæsk med persillesovs’, was no surprise. The crispy pork with parsley sauce and potatoes is a very old dish that has won the hearts, and tummies, of Danes for centuries.
Handball – Danish invention, Danish passion
Invented in Denmark in 1898, the game of team handball is a Danish passion. Professional team handball draws large crowds in arenas and on television, and amateur handball facilities can be found all over Denmark.
Viktor Axelsen’s greatest strength is his offensive play with his steep and powerful smash. Other elements that make his offensive play so good are his cross court net shots and ability to cut off a lot of push shots.
2011. In the first tournament of the new season, Chen Long was convincingly beaten by world number 1 Lee Chong Wei in the semi-final of the Malaysia Open.