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Carolina Marín announces that he will not go to the World Cup

2019-08-05T01:13:15.473Z

Carolina Marín, Olympic champion in Rio 2016, three times world champion and four times in Europe, and her team have informed this Sunday that they have decided not to go to the


Carolina Marín, Olympic champion in Rio 2016, three times world champion and four times in Europe, and her team have reported this Sunday that they have decided not to attend the 2019 Badminton World Championship, which will be played in Basel (Switzerland) from of August 19 because "the circumstances have not yet occurred so that it can compete at the level that is required, both physical and competitive."

"After two weeks training in the CAR of Sierra Nevada, the player and her team have made the decision not to participate in the tournament because the necessary conditions are not met," reports the Huelva press office, which broke down last January. the cruciate ligament of the right knee while playing the Indonesian Masters final on January 26.

"Although the sensations during the process are still optimal, the circumstances have not yet been given so that it can compete at the level that is required, both physically and competitively," he adds. He reports that, "although there is no total certainty in this regard, it is estimated that the recovery deadlines are met for September and may reappear in the Vietnam Open."

On July 18 Marin already announced that he did not know if he was going to participate in the World Cup and emphasized that his goal, after the injury from which he is still recovering, is to win at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics . Marín was proclaimed Olympic champion in Rio de Janeiro 2016. She is also three times world champion (2014, 2015 and 2018) and four times in Europe (2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018). He has also won two Super Series Premier titles: the All England and the Malaysian Open, in 2015.

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