Friday, March 11, 2022 – 01:38 WIB
VIVA – Indonesian men’s singles, Anthony Sinisuka Ginting was forced to lift his suitcase from the 2022 German Open. He was defeated by India’s representative, Lakshya Sen in the second round match which took place on Friday morning WIB, 11 March 2022.
Lakshya Sen plays confidently against Ginting. At the beginning of the first game, he had a 5-2 lead.
Ginting tried to put up a fight and cut the gap. However, there was a moment when Lakshya Sen won eight points in a row.
Behind 5-15 makes Ginting depressed. He had tried to give resistance to the world number 19 badminton player, but in the end gave up 7-21.
The advantage in the first game added to Lakshya Sen’s confidence. He wanted to maintain the momentum in the second game.
The superiority of points over Ginting can be maintained by him. At the beginning of the second game, he had won with a 7-2 position.
Ginting tried to give resistance to cut the gap between the two points. But Lakshya Sen was able to find his best rhythm again.