Coventry badminton star Fontaine Chapman is aiming to sign off in style at BUCS Nationals

Published on March 13, 2015 15:21:58 PM
Coventry badminton star Fontaine Chapman has her sights determined to exiting with an extravagant flair at her third and last BUCS Nationals in Sheffield. 

The 25-year-old has appreciated an occupied most recent 12 months, including making her World Championships make a big appearance in Denmark last August where she barely missed out to Commonwealth champion Michelle Li in the first round. 

Most as of late, England's number one made the ladies' singles last at the English National Championships a month ago before tumbling to Nicola Cerfontyne in straight sets. 
She will expect to return to winning ways not long from now at the BUCS Nationals which get in progress in Sheffield today, and with one final excursion at the Championships before moving on from Leeds Beckett University, Chapman is pointing huge.
"I might want to win the BUCS Nationals not long from now, its my last year so I need to go out on a blast," said Chapman, a previous student at Ernesford Grange Community Academy. 

"There are a great deal of great contenders not long from now, there are a couple of national singles players so it is not going to be simple however sick make it my absolute best. 

"My structure in the previous year has been awesome; I am the most elevated positioned English singles number one in England. 
"It was extraordinary to play in the World Championships, clearly despite everything it damages to lose, everybody needs to win yet I lost to a Commonwealth champion so it wasn't excessively terrible.
"I got into the European Mixed Team Championship and simply passed up a great opportunity in the last of the National Championship - it’s been a decent year so far and ideally that can proceed at BUCS." 

Chapman parts her time between her home in Leeds, while considering reporting at Leeds Beckett University, and the national badminton preparing focus in Milton Keynes where she prepares for Team GB and England. 

Regardless of being a climbing star on the England badminton circuit, Chapman has had a blended couple of years at the BUCS rivalries, passing up a major opportunity for a long time because of harm before sacking singles gold and women pairs bronze in 2013.
A year ago she made it the distance to the singles last yet needed to haul out through weariness, in spite of the fact that she is resolved to turning the tables this time around, with her attention primarily on the singles rivalry. 

"A year ago at BUCS I was heading off to the European Championships for England and I was simply depleted and I was playing a young lady from Leeds University, we prepared together so I was similar to its fine, you can have this one yet I need to win this time around," she included. 

"My arrangement for when I've completed at Leeds Beckett is to move down to Milton Keynes and turn into a full-time proficient badminton player."