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Thread: Rasmus Fladberg
08-28-2011, 10:33 AM #1
Just released on the Badminton Denmark website, another one of the more promising Danes: Rasmus Fladberg
I think he is registered here as a bc member as well , searching for old videos of his father former World Champion Steen Fladberg (http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...373#post985373).
Profile of the day: Rasmus Fladberg
Published by: Anders Dall
Date: 8/28/2011 12:07:38 PM
Name: Rasmus Fladberg
Date of Birth: 30th of January 1992
Place of Birth: Køge
Right/Left hand: Right
Height: 187 cm
Weight: 83 kg
Event: Men's Singles
Started badminton at age: 9
How I got started: As a youngster my parents brought me to the hall in Køge while I was still playing football and tennis. It was a hard choice for me, but in the end I felt the most for badminton.
Current ranking: www.bwfbadminton.org
Best results: Second place Banuinvest International 2011, third place Estonian International 2011, second place European Junior Championships, Helsinki, Finland, third place World Junior Championships 2010, Guadalajara, Mexico (doubles)
My personal website:
Sponsors: Spar Nord Bank, Badzine
As a person: I’m very sociable and like to spend time with the ones I care about. Sometimes I’ll meet time trouble because I’m trying to reach everything, not familiar with the fact there’s only 24 hours a day. I have just started the education BSc in Economics and Business Administration (HA Almen in Danish) on Copenhagen Business School. I like a life not only based on one thing, which is why I do many things beside badminton. I think I will benefit as a badminton player from that too.
As a player: Ambitious, determined and a “hard worker”. Sometimes my ambitions are too massive, which can cause frustrations on the court. But generally I’m good at dealing with this.
Ambitions with the sport: I really want to be the best in everything I do. In badminton my overall goal is to reach top 7 in the world, and hopefully be able to take some great titles in this period.
Last edited by demolidor; 08-28-2011 at 10:37 AM.
08-28-2011, 10:34 AM #2
10-23-2011, 06:28 PM #3
I know that there seems to be no interest in this thread, but I'm going to post in it anyway...
Fladberg looks to be a good young player, he is still U20, so he isn't too old. Although I think that Axelsen is the better talent (and the player that will take the #1 ranking one day) Fladberg will either become a good back up (top 20 player) or make a full time switch to doubles, in which he could become quite part of a strong partnership. He did well at the Dutch open recently, so he has potential, let's see where it gets him