Indonesia Masters 2022: Ini kunci Apriyani/Fadia menangi laga perempat final


Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indonesian women’s doubles Apriyani Rahayu/Siti Fadia Silva Ramadhanti said the key to their victory in the quarter-finals of the Indonesia Masters 2022 was to play boldly in the decisive game against representatives from South Korea, Friday.

Apriyani/Fadia who faced Lee So Hee/Shin Seung Chan, were left behind in the first game and secured the second game to force rubber games. In the third game, then they decided to play more aggressively and produced a final score of 15-21, 21-16, 21-16.

“Earlier in the third game, we were short on points, then we communicated to add points one by one. We have also started to memorize their patterns and finally we decided to play more daringly,” said Apriyani at Istora Senayan, Jakarta.

Indonesian women’s doubles badminton players Apriyani Rahayu (left) and Siti Fadia Silva Ramadhanti (right) returned to South Korea’s Lee So Hee and Shin Seung Chan in the quarter-finals of the Daihatsu Indonesia Masters 2022 at Istora Senayan, Jakarta, Friday (10/10). 6/2022). Apriyani and Fadia advanced to the semifinals after winning with a score of 15-21, 21-16 and 21-16. BETWEEN PHOTOS/Muhammad Adimaja/wsj.

The women’s doubles, which was playing for the first time in the BWF Super Series, looked impressive against the second-ranked pair in the world. Solidarity is immediately visible even though the two have not been paired for a long time.

Fadia as a junior can also balance Apriyani’s aggressive game, and can execute directions from her seniors. Apriyani said that she was only trying to give moral support to Fadia to fight together.

Cohesiveness and neat coordination have proven to be able to make them superior to partners who are theoretically superior.

South Korean women’s doubles badminton player Lee So Hee (left) helps her partner Shin Seung Chan (right) who fell during a match against Indonesian badminton players Siti Fadia Silva Ramadhanti and Apriyani Rahayu in the quarter-finals of the Daihatsu Indonesia Masters 2022 at Istora Senayan, Jakarta, Friday (10/6/2022). Apriyani and Fadia advanced to the semifinals after winning with a score of 15-21, 21-16 and 21-16. BETWEEN PHOTOS/Muhammad Adimaja/wsj.

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“I told Fadia to just let her spirit out, as much as possible I give her a positive aura so she can play well on the field,” said the athlete who won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics with Greysia Polii.

Not only a matter of cohesiveness, the support from fans in Istora Senayan also affects their fighting spirit when they are under pressure. According to Apriyani, even though they were left behind, the fans continued to pour out their endless support.

“Their support means a lot to us. Thank you very much because every word you say is a prayer, even though we missed it at first, but we still gave support until the end,” he concluded.

Previously, Apriyani/Fadia had just taken the lead again after two strokes from Lee were too far off the field in quick succession. The pair that won the SEA Games Vietnam gold medal finally stopped the Korean doubles in the third game with a score of 21-16.

In the semifinals later, Apriyani/Fadia will meet the Malaysian pair Pearly Tan/Thinaah Muralitharan on Saturday (11/6) tomorrow.

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