Anne TRAN, the rising star of badminton, confirms her performances.
On the 10th December 2016 Anne Tran wins the Ireland Open!
On the 15th December 2016 Anne Tran wins the Italian Open in mixed double!
All our congratulations to this rising star of badminton!
The record of this young champion with a bright future:
- Finalist of the French Championship 2014 and 2015
- Silver medal in Europe Junior Championship with the team 2013
- French Women Double Champion 2013
- Finalist French Mixed Double Championship 2013
Amiens 2017 - Double Women Final: Change of hands! Delphine DELRUE and Lea PALERMO leave their title for the pairing of Emilie LEFEL / Anne TRAN to claim with 21/16 21/23 21/19. They seal the deal! The girls ran the show!
Emilie LEFEL from Arras wins the title again after her title in 2015, but this time with her partner Anne TRAN who leaves Amiens with a gold and silver medal (mixed double). A good record at the age of 20, isn’t it.
The reigning champions started badly. Cornered in the back part of the pitch, Delphine DELRUE and Léa PALERMO could not counter the physical challenge posed by Emilie LEFEL and Ann TRAN who win the first set 21/16.
In the following set, Emilie and Anne continue their lead. Even though being behind 11/16, the title holders do not give up. More present in the front of the pitch, they are able to come back to 17/17. The suspense reaches its peak at 21/21. The shuttlecock chooses its side and the public gets a third set!
Sets at 1 all, everything is up for grabs. The mano à mano restarts. Anne and Emilie try and shorten the exchanges. Behind 10/14, they find the force to come back into the game at 16/16. The services get primordial. And at this game, the pairing TRAN/LEFEL have the upper hand to win 21/19!
Amiens 2017 – Double Mixed Final: Labar and Fontaine are named champions. The first final of the French Championship 2017 opposed the winners of the first series, Ronan Labar and Audrey Fontaine (Aix Université Club/Issy les Moulineaux badminton Club) to Anne Tran and Jordan Corvée (Aix Université Club/US Talence). It were the more experienced Ronan Labar and Audrey Fontaine who won in three sets (19/21 21/10 21/15).
Winners against French Pair number 2 Bastian Kersaudy and Léa Palermo, Anne Tran and Jordan Corvée started the match perfectly by bothering the favourites since the beginning and by winning the first set 21/19. They did not take the reaction of the number 1s who showed their experience and equalized with a one way second set, which they won 21/10, into account. In the beginning of the third set, the future winners led early on and were not caught despite a good fight from Anne and Jordan. They finally win the set 21/15. Named French Champions of 2017, Ronan Labar and Audrey Fontaine did let their experience speak for itself!