The IBIZA 2022 U15 European Championship already has its finalists

 The two Spanish representatives who opted for the finals settle for bronze.

Ibiza has vibrated again with the European U15 Championship. This Friday has been a great day in which the last matches of the round of 16, the quarterfinals and the semifinals have been played, so the finalists of the last tournament included in the name IBIZA 2022 are already known.

GALLERY | The IBIZA 2022 U15 European Championship, in images.

Spain reached the semifinals with four medal options and finally won two bronzes, Yaidel Gil’s in the men’s singles and María Luisa Jiménez and Mario Rodríguez’s in mixed doubles. In the men’s singles, the first favourite, the Portuguese Tiago Berenguer, fulfilled the predictions and reached the final. In it, Frenchman Arthur Tartanov, executioner of Yaidel Gil, will face a semi-final of maximum emotion.

A similar scenario was seen in the women’s singles, where Aleyna Korkut, second seed, advanced to the final without major problems. On the other side of the draw, the surprise jumped, since the other finalist is the French Leana Laurent. The battle for the gold of the women’s doubles will have among its protagonists the Turkish Demir and Ocakoglu, who defeated the first seeds, against the Romanian Gherasim and Sirbu.

The men’s doubles final will have a Danish accent, as it will face two couples from that country: Bouet – Hinding against Andersson – Roslyng. In mixed doubles there will also be an entirely Danish final, as Andersson and Thornild face Bouet and Landsvig.


The final day of IBIZA 2022 will begin at 9:00 a.m. and can be followed live on the Badminton Spain YouTube channel. The finals will be played on two courts, so you will have to be very careful not to miss anything.

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📋 Schedule and results.

📰 ‘IBIZA 2022’, capital of badminton

Badminton is being breathed in Ibiza during almost the entire month of September, as it is chaining three international tournaments whose grand finale will be the European U15 Championships. Thanks to the invaluable support of the Consell Insular d’Eivissa  and the Eivissa City Council, and the predisposition of the Balearic Badminton Federation and Badminton Ibiza, this city is the Spanish and European capital of badminton.

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