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The national feathers in Indonesia advanced to the top eight in each individual event

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The national feathers in Indonesia advanced to the top eight in each individual event

  Original title: National Badminton Indonesia Tournament advanced to the top eight in each individual event

Yesterday, the second round of the BWF World Super 1000 event, the Indonesia Open, ended the second round in Jakarta. The Chinese team has players in all five individual events to advance to the quarter-finals.

Former Asian Games champion Jonathan is currently ranked eighth in the world, while Zhao Junpeng is only ranked 35th. However, the two were evenly divided in the previous four encounters. Among them, in the first round of the Indonesia Masters last week, Zhao Junpeng staged a good show of “winning the weak by the weak”, knocking out the rival with a 2-1 upset.

Playing again after a week, Zhao Junpeng was in the first game with great momentum. After the opening game was tied at 1, he has been in the lead and won 21-12. In the second game, Jonathan took an 18-10 lead. Although Zhao Junpeng once narrowed the difference to 1 point, he still lost the game 18-21. The Chinese guy was not discouraged, and scored 6 points in a row in the middle of the tiebreaker, and won another victory 21-14. As Lu Guangzu lost to top seed Ansailong in this round, Zhao Junpeng also became the only Chinese men’s singles player to advance to the quarter-finals.

In the women’s singles competition, China‘s “Xiaohua” Wang Zhiyi also eliminated the seed players. Facing the former Olympic champion and No. 5 seed Marin, who had just returned from injury, the Chinese rookie did not lead the opponent and advanced 21-17, 21-18.

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In men’s doubles, China‘s “Single Miao” who defeated No. 2 seeds Ashan/Setiawan and No. 75 in the world, Ou Xuanyi/Liu Yuchen also went a step further and defeated No. 2 in the world 21-19, 21-15. The 40th Indian combination Arjun/Kapra advanced to the quarter-finals. (Reporter Wang Xiaoxiao)

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