Although the World Badminton Federation has announced that it will not hold the Tangyu Cup badminton finals before the end of the year, and the subsequent Super 750 Danish Open has been cancelled, only one is left, but the men’s singles world ranked second Chinese Taipei brother Zhou Tiancheng still presses The plan is to set off on October 8th for the competition in Odense, Denmark. After the end, they will fly to Thailand to play the remaining 3 Asian events of the season.
Zhou Tiancheng said: "I don't think the epidemic will slow down in a short time, but everyone still has to try to return to normal life, including the players. And next year, the BWF may unfreeze the world rankings and implement the highest epidemic prevention standards. Next, I also want to resume my normal life as soon as possible. After all, it is impossible for a player to stay out of the game."
Aircraft cabin epidemic prevention measures, Zhou Tiancheng and accompanying protector Gao Minshan are also fully prepared, including protective clothing, gloves, goggles, and masks must be packed. Zhou Tiancheng first went to the hospital for a new crown test at his own expense on October 6. After obtaining a negative report, he immediately embarked on a one-month trip to Europe and Asia. He is expected to return to Taiwan on November 16 and undergo a 14-day home quarantine.
According to Thailand's epidemic prevention regulations for entry players, in addition to submitting a test certificate, players must arrive in Thailand 7 days before the start of the game, and then undergo the first test. If they are negative, they can move freely in the designated player hotel and use fitness The equipment includes swimming pools, etc. After that, nucleic acid tests must be done again on the 6th and 13th days. If all tests are normal after 14 days, you can leave the hotel and move freely in Thailand.
During the game, the organizer prepares a dedicated shuttle bus for players, fixed round trips to the stadium and the players’ restaurant, and cleans and disinfects them every day. At present, including the two Super 1000 games and the year-end finals, the audience is not open to the audience to enter the closed-door game, which is very different from Denmark's insistence on opening the audience.