Anthony Ginting Wins Again After… 2.5 Years


Anthony Sinisuka Ginting finally tasted the title again after 2.5 years. He won the title when he appeared in Singapore Open 2022.

Anthony Ginting won his first title in Singapore Open this year. He defeated Japan’s men’s singles Kodai Naraoka through a two-game match 23-21, 21-17 in 53 minutes.

This title is also very special for Ginting and especially the men’s singles. However, this title is their proof that the men’s singles cannot be underestimated. They can also win.



Share Anthony Ginting Personally, reaching the number one position in the BWF Super 500 tournament was also his best moment. Especially after 2.5 years, he was often removed before reaping the perfect results.

This world number 6 player last won the Indonesia Masters 2020. Then he lost in the first round of the All England.

While the following year, Ginting’s best achievement was the semifinalist of the Thailand Open 2021. He failed to advance to the final after his pace was stopped by Viktor Axelsen with a score of 19-21, 21-13, 13-21.

After that, won bronze at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (held in 2021), then always eliminated in the early rounds.

This year, achievements Anthony Ginting it’s actually getting better. Of the 10 tournaments he has participated in, the majority of him stopped in the quarter-finals, including the Malaysia Masters, Malaysia Open, Indonesia Open, All England, and the 2022 Badminton Asia Championship.

While in the semifinals, he only won it twice at the Swiss Open and the 2022 Indonesia Masters. After that, Ginting was finally able to break through to the champion at the Singapore Open.

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He also admitted that the perfect result could not be separated from the support of his coach, Irwansyah, PBSI, family, and friends who often support him.

“Grateful for the trust of the coach, PBSI, friends, and family to support until finally, praise God, after half a year, maybe more. I dedicate this to all of you,” said Ginting.


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