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Summary of badminton results ‘Indonesia Open 2021’ second round of Thai athletes

Summary of badminton Indonesia Open 2021 results of all Thai athletes in the second round here

Badminton Tournament “Indonesia Open 2021” World Tour 1000 Tournament with a total prize pool of $ 850,000 or about 28,050,000 baht in Bali, Indonesia. On Thursday, November 25, 64, was the field for the second round.

Women’s singles, second round, “May” Ratchanok Inthanon, ranked number 2 of the list, hand number 8 in the world, met with Bai Yu Po, 39th hand of the world from Taiwan. The match game was May Ratchanok, who maintained his own playing standards excellently, defeating 2-0 games 21-11 and 21-16, taking 36 minutes to compete, with May Ratchanok passing into the eighth round. Finally, meet with Asuka Takahashi, the world’s 71st hand from Japan, who defeated “Cream” Busanun Ungbamrungphan, the seventh-ranked hand of the list, the world’s number 12, 21-7, 21-7. , 22-20 takes 36 minutes to compete.

On the side of “Mew” Pornpawee Chochuwong, the 5th hand of the list, the 10th hand in the world, can overtake and beat Gregoria Mariska Tunjung, the world’s 25th hand from Indonesia. Can go narrowly 2-1 games 11-21, 21-9, 22-20 takes 60 minutes to compete. Mew Pornpawee has qualified for the final 8 to meet with Akane Yamaguchi, the 1st hand. Of the list, the world number 3 from Japan, who beat 18th ranked Yao Jiamin from Singapore 21-15,19-21, 21-1

As for “Jew” Pittayaporn Chaiwan, the world’s 21st hand, meets with Sayaka Takahashi, the 8th ranked hand of the list, the 13th hand of the world from Japan. This match, Jew Pittayaphon can play in form. Excellent, squeezed to win in a fun way 2-1 games 21-19, 14-21, 21-14 took 55 minutes to compete by “Jew” Pittayaporn through to the final 8 to meet with An Seyong. The list’s fourth seed, the world’s sixth seed from South Korea, has beaten 60th seed Leonis Hured of France 21-8, 21-10.

Women’s doubles, second round, “Gift” Jongkolphan Kititharakul and “View” Rawinda Prajongjai, third-placed guides, the world’s No. 8 guides, meet with Vivienne Ho and Lim Chewxiang, the world’s number 110. from malaysia This game was a pair of gifts and Vue, who missed out on the first strike in the game before striving to come back to win in the last two games 2-1, games 24-26, 21-12, 21-11, taking 78 minutes to play. By “Gift” Jongkolphan and “Vue” Ravinda qualified for the quarter-finals to meet Gabriela and Stephanie Stoeva, the fifth-placed guide of the world’s 11th-ranked guide from Bulgaria at Beats Li Mengyuan and Yap Chengwen, the world number 134 from Malaysia 21-14,21-15.

While “Earth” Putita Supachirakul and “Por Por” Sapsiree Taerattanachai, the world’s No. 17, lost to Nami Matsuyama and Chiharu Shida, the 4th-placed pair of the show. The world’s ninth guide from Japan 0-2 games 17-21, 16-21, playing time 43 minutes.

Finishing off with Dechapol Puavaranukroh and Sapsiree Taerattanachai, the Thai mixed doubles hope will play in the last two rounds of Court 1 against the Malaysian mixed doubles. In the end, there was no problem, defeating Chen Tangjie and Pek Yenwei 2-0 games 21-15, 21-14.

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