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Tokyo Olympic Viktor Axelsen Biography, Age, Mother, Father, Wife, Girlfriend

Let’s know about Tokyo Olympic Danish Badminton player Viktor Axelsen Biography, Age, education, parents, wiki, date of birth dob, family, wife, sister, gold medal, Olympic Tokyo, girlfriend, Father, Mother, Brother, medals, and much more.

Biography or Wiki of Viktor Axelsen

Viktor Axelsen is a young Danish Badminton player who brought victory to Denmark and has created history by winning the gold medal in the Tokyo Olympic 2020 in Tokyo. During the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Viktor Axelsen won the gold medal in the Men’s Singles event after beating Chen Long in two games in the final.

He has won 1 Bronze medal at the Rio Olympics in 2016.

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Badminton Player Viktor Axelsen was born on 4 January 1994 in Odense, Denmark. He is 27 years old.

Viktor Axelsen with PV Sindhu

Diver Viktor Axelsen Education

Viktor Axelsen did her schooling in Denmark and he is now a graduate also.

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Affairs, Wife and Girlfriends

Viktor Axelsen’s girlfriends: It was rumored that Viktor Axelsen is dating Natalia Koch Rohde who is also a badminton player. Natalia Koch Rohde gave birth to a baby girl named Vega Rohde Axelsen on 15 October 2020.

Family, Caste & Husband

Viktor Axelsen’s father’s name is Henrik Axelsen who runs a small advertising agency and her mother’s name is Gitte Lundager who has a shop in central Odense with a hairdressing salon, cosmetics and fashion clothing. Viktor Axelsen’s mother played a vital role in his career. Initially, he started working to support her mother and family financially. Viktor lived with his father after his parents divorced, then lived alone in Copenhagen at the age of 17 and joined the national team.

Viktor Axelsen with his family

Viktor Axelsen Career

He made his debut in the senior international tournament at the 2009 Denmark Open played in the men’s doubles event with Steffen Rasmussen. He competed at the World Junior Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico, claimed the boys’ singles title by defeated the No.1 seed, China’s Huang Yuxiang in the quarterfinals, India’s B. Sai Praneeth in the semis and Kang Ji-wook of Korea in the final.

In 2017, Axelsen won the World Championship in Glasgow in two sets against Lin Dan and became the third Danish player to ever become a world champion.

Biography of Viktor Axelsen
Profession(s) Badminton Player
Age (as of 2021) DOB Siyi’s DOB is 4 January 1994, 27 Years
Birthplace Odense, Denmark
Zodiac sign Aquarius
Nationality Dainsh
Hometown Odense, Denmark
School NA
Family Father– Viktor Axelsen’s father’s name is Henrik Axelsen

Mother– Viktor Axelsen’s mothers’ name is Gitte Lundager

Viktor Axelsen with his mother Gitte Lundager

Sisters– Viktor Axelsen’s sister’s name is NA

Brother– NA

Viktor Axelsen’s younger brother’s name is NA

Religion Christian
Marital Life and Affairs
Marital Status Single / unmarried
Affairs/Boyfriends NA
Husband Viktor Axelsen wife’s name is Natalia Koch Rohde

Viktor Axelsen with wife Natalia Koch Rohde

Awards won 1. World Championships (1 Gold Medal in Men’s Singles)

2. Tokyo Olympics (1 Gold Medal in Men’s Singles)

3. Rio Olympics (1 Gold Medal in Men’s Singles)

Children NA
Salary (approx.) NA
Net Worth (approx.) NA


Unknown and Interesting facts about Viktor Axelsen

  • Viktor Axelsen could well be one of Denmark’s medal hopes in the next edition of the Olympic Games which will be hosted in Paris in 2024.

  • The last time he grabbed a gold medal was during the 2016 Rio Olympics.
  • Viktor Axelsen of Denmark won the badminton gold for breaking the hold of the Asians.
  • Viktor Axelsen took control early on, beating defending champion Chen Long of China 21-15, 21-12 and did not lose his grip in a consistent performance.
  • When Axelsen tested positive for COVID-19. Consequently, he was barred from playing the final match with his compatriot Anders Antonsen and was awarded a silver medal.
  • He was named as 2004 Player of the Year by the Odense badminton club.

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