Hendra/Ahsan Lose in India Open 2022 Final due to…


Hendra Setiawan/Mohammad Ahsan have to be satisfied with the results of the runner up in India Open 2022. Hendra / Ahsan admitted that it was difficult to anticipate the attacks of opponents who appeared bolder.

Hendra/Ahsan actually have a chance to win their first title in 2022. Unfortunately, they lost to the host pair, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty in the final round of the India Open with a score of 16-21, 24-26.

The result made them reach second place in the BWF World Tour Super 500. After the match, both Hendra and Ahsan explained the reasons behind their defeat.

“Today they (Rankireddy/Shetty) are more daring to apply counter-attack defense. From there we are even less prepared to anticipate it,” said Hendra in the PBSI release.

“Once they hit back, the pressure was quite inconvenient. It just so happened that the ball was slower today,” he said.

Entering the second gym, Hendra/Ahsan actually also have the opportunity to force a third game after winning game points first. However, the momentum was not maintained until finally there was chasing each other at important points.

“At critical points in the second game, they were more daring. Then we also died on our own,” said Hendra.

Even if you’re just a runner up, Hendra/Ahsan still grateful to be able to pass the first tournament in 2022 with satisfactory results. They hope to continue to be stable at the top of the world badminton competition.

“Yes, I’m happy for sure, hopefully the achievements can be stable this year. The target is to stay in the top 4 and be able to maximize at the World Championship later,” said Hendra Setiawan.

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