Konstantin Dobrev thrashes Francesco Paolillo at European Senior Championships
Konstantin Dobrev, an experienced player from Bulgaria, played remarkable badminton in the opening round of Men’s Singles 35 category when he easily tamed Francesco Paolillo of Italy at European Senior Championships 2012 in Bulgaria, on September 17.
Konstantin did not disappoint his fans as he displayed his impressive skills by playing with precision and managed to overpower his challenger in a completely commanding fashion.
The in-form Bulgarian player was at his best as he played fast and controlled badminton while taking the bird early and managed to end up the contest in two games with a lopsided difference on score board.
In the meanwhile, Francesco failed to show his brilliance on court as he failed to play aggressive badminton and eventually lost to his local opponent with a one-sided margin in 44 minutes.
Konstantin started his run in the opening game in a dominating fashion as he played with wonderful precision and planning which helped him to establish a decent lead in opening rallies.
The local shuttler was perfect in all departments of the game as he did not waste any time on court and easily took a staggering lead until the mid-game interval.
In the concluding half, the impressive Konstantin did not commit any mistake as he continued playing attacking badminton and stretched his lead without dropping down his speed.
The Bulgarian player kept Francesco moving in all areas of the court and managed to win the first set with a killing margin of 21-7.
In the following set, Konstantin again played attacking badminton and did not face any trouble in setting up a comfortable gap in opening points.
The Bulgarian hero remained positive all the way in the opening half and remained dominant until the mid-game interval.
At the ending phase of second game, Konstantin remained consistent in his positive play and he remained successful in winning the battle with a huge 21-9 score on the board.
Konstantin emerged as the winner in this Men’s Singles battle in a lopsided fashion with a crushing margin of 21-7 and 21-9.