The German Open 2022 will continue until Sunday (13/3/2022). One of these Super 300 tournaments seems less friendly for the top players and representatives from Indonesia.
Of the five representatives who competed in the second round, the Red and White team only left two representatives in the quarter-finals (quarter-finals) or round of eight. Here are the complete results of Indonesian players:
1. Rinov/Phita advance to the quarter-finals
Rinov Rivaldy/Phita Haningtyas Mentari managed to secure a ticket to the quarter-finals. The Indonesian mixed doubles mainstay successfully defeated the Japanese pair, Yuki Kaneko/Misaki Matsutomo.
Rinov/Phita won in straight sets with a score of 21-9 and 21-16. The pair ranked 22 BWF became the first Indonesian representatives to advance to the quarter-finals of the German Open 2022.
2. Jonathan lost to young Thai players
Jonatan Christie failed to go further in the German Open 2022. The men’s singles, which is seeded in sixth place, must recognize the superiority of a young Thai player, Kunlavut Vitidsarn.
Had chased in the first set, Jonathan lost by a thin score 20-22. Unfortunately, Jonathan didn’t manage to force it to happen rubber sets. Jonathan lost 9-21 in the second set.
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3. Ginting also lift the suitcase
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Indonesian men’s singles, Anthony Sinisuka Ginting, also failed to get a ticket to the quarter-finals of the German Open 2022. The fourth seed was defeated by India’s representative, Lakshya Sen.
Ginting lost in straight sets with a very landslide score of 7-21 and 9-21. With this result, it is certain that Indonesia no longer has a representative in the men’s singles sector.
4. Fajar/Rian failed to reach the quarter-finals
Fajar Alfian/Muhammad Rian Ardianto had to stop in the second round of the German Open 2022. The Indonesian men’s doubles, which was seeded in fourth place, were defeated by the Chinese pair, He Jiting/Zhou Hao Dong.
The only Indonesian men’s doubles match lost in three sets with a score of 15-21, 21-17, and 14-21. With this result, Indonesia has been confirmed without a representative in the men’s doubles sector.
5. Adnan/Michelle followed by Rinov/Phita
Adnan Maulana/Mychelle Chrystine Bandaso successfully followed his partner, Rinov Rivaldy/Phita Haningtyas Mentari, to the quarter-finals. The Indonesian mixed doubles won over the Danish pair, Mikkel Mikkelsen/Rikke Soby, in straight sets with a score of 21-13 and 21-14.
Three representatives from Indonesia had to stop in the second round of the German Open 2022. There were only two representatives who managed to advance to the quarter-finals. With this result, Indonesia only relies on the mixed doubles sector.
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