Ginting Discards Opportunities

IMPERIUMDAILY.COM-GUANGZHOU – Anthony Sinisuka Ginting wasted the opportunity to win the BWF World Tour Finals 2019. Had a superior 11-5 in the third game, the only representative of Indonesia’s single-sector man failed to win after losing to Kento Momota 21-17, 17-21 , and 14-21 in the final match in Guangzhou, China, Sunday (12/15).

A fierce duel happened from the beginning of the first game. Anthony Ginting and Momota chase points with a very tight difference.

As reported by CNN Indonesia, Ginting was ahead 8-6, but Momota was able to be equated with a score of 8-8. Anthony Ginting again led the points 17-15, but returned to be pursued by Momota to the same position 17-17.

Anthony Ginting again winning 18-17, even up to 20-17. He finally closed the first game with a victory over Momota 21-17.

Momota tried to play more aggressively in the second game. However, Anthony Ginting did not make room for his opponents to control the game. The second duel badminton was back fierce.

Momota was ahead of Anthony 9-7. The Indonesian single turned superior 10-9, then 11-9.

The score returned as strong as 13-13. Momota then won 15-14, and was equated again 15-15 by Anthony Ginting.

Momota returned to lead the score up to 19-15 over Anthony Ginting. This time Momota had the upper hand and closed the second game with a 21-17 victory.

A fierce duel again occurred in the third game. Anthony Ginting and Momota chase points.

This time Anthony Ginting won 9-5 over Momota. Ginting continues to leave Momota, a score of 11-5.

Momota tried to catch up, but Ginting ahead 12-7. Momota reduced the lag to 10-12, then 11-12. Momota evened the score to 12-12.

Anthony Ginting was ahead 13-12. Momota then evened the score to 13-13, even winning 14-13 even 15-13. Momota again far superior to 17-14.

Anthony Ginting had pulled over because he had to undergo injury treatment in his right toe. He then entered the field.

However, Anthony Ginting seemed to lose concentration so that he was left behind until 19-14 from Momota. The Japanese badminton player won the match with 21-14. (cnn/wan)

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