Morten Frost

Written by Geoff Hinder

Morten Frost


Badminton England has announced that Morten Frost from Denmark, the four times Yonex All-England men’s singles champion will become their Performance Director starting in April 2022.
For those who were not lucky enough to see him play at his best playing standard, the National Badminton Museum has chosen a film from their film library of Morten Frost winning his last Yonex All-England men’s singles title in 1987.
In the final Morten is playing against Icuk Sugiarto from Indonesia. Morten wins 15-10, 15-0. in a 40 minute final.

Photos: – Peter Richardson and Louis Ross                                                                                           Click on images to enlarge

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