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Denmark Open badminton live streaming - Thursday 18 October

Bettingpro Staff in Badminton 18 Oct 2012
Denmark's Peter Gade returns a shot during the men's singles badminton match against South Korea's Son Wan Ho. (credit: MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP/GettyImages)

The career of Danish superstar Peter Gade is over after he was knocked out of the first round of the Yonex Denmark Open.

Watch & bet on the Yonex Denmark Open live at bet365 > live streaming > badminton 

Gade, who will now retire from the sport, received a standing ovation from the appreciative crowd following a 21-18 21-14 defeat at the hands of Sourabh Varma.

The Dane struggled to get to grips with the game and found himself 5-0 down in the first, he managed some form of fight back but it wasn’t enough as he lost that set 21-18.

The second set looked like going right to the wire, until the Indian showed his class at the end to claim the set and the match 21-14.

Hans Kristian Vittinghus and Victor Axelsen was also defeated in their first round matches. Axelsen was up against top seed Lee Chong Wei and after losing 8-21 in the first set it looked like a harsh lesson for the young local player. 

In fact, he improved in the second and gained in confidence and made less errors, he led 16-10 at one stage before Lee Chong Wei found his form to win 21-18.

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