Sabrina Jaquet fully lives her last competitions at the world level. The 33-year-old badiste chaux-de-fonnière will put away her rackets and shuttlecocks at the end of this season. Due to the health crisis, however, it must adapt and respect the rules in force. Despite everything, some tournaments were able to resume and she had the opportunity to reconnect with world competition by participating in two tournaments in Thailand as well as in the Swiss Open in Basel last week. Despite a defeat in the first round, the player of BC La Chaux-de-Fonds remains optimistic and keeps the motivation.
On Sabrina Jaquet’s program for this final season, the European Championships at the end of April in Kiev, Ukraine, where she wishes to reiterate her 2017 bronze medal. But above all, her third and last Olympic Games in Tokyo next July. For now, she does not yet have her ticket in her pocket since the selection for qualification is held until June. These next three months will therefore be decisive and the badiste believes in her chances:
The next tournament for the player of BC La Chaux-de-Fonds, will be held from March 17 to 21 in Birmingham during the All England Open. / mad