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ANTHONY SINISUKA GINTING

Indonesian men's singles champion Anthony Sinisuka Ginting, fought with Taiwanese
badminton, Chou Tien-Chen in the semi-finals of the men's singles badminton in the
2018 Asian Games.

The 21-year-old badminton player strolled into the last four rounds of the 2018 Asian
Games badminton, after winning 21-19 and 21-11 over Chen Long. Meanwhile, Chou broke
through the semifinals thanks to 21-18 and 21-18 wins over Ng Ka Long Angus.

I haven't really thought about all the Indonesian final, because in the semi-finals the
opponent is quite heavy. So, I just want to focus on facing the match against Chou,
"Anthony said.

Based on statistics on the Tournament Software website, Anthony Ginting has faced Chou
Tien Chen four times. Of the four meetings, Anthony won three wins and only lost one.

"To face the game against Chou, I focus more on myself because it is based on the
experience in the previous match," continued Anthony.

"I also do not want to think about what to play, I just want to look loose and focus on
myself, keep the mind, maintain mental, physical, and food," said Anthony Ginting.
JONATHAN CHRISTIE
Jonatan Christie successfully recorded history. He won the gold medal in the men's singles
sector in the number one individual badminton in the 2018 Asian Games.
Jonatan won the gold after successfully defeating Chou Tien Chen from Taiwan in a fierce
battle of three games in the final which took place at Istora GBK, Tuesday (08/28/2018)
afternoon WIB. The first Asian Games Gold in Jonatan's career.
The match has been running tight since the beginning of the first game. That was evident
from the score of 5-5 that was displayed. After that Jonatan was able to excel, but Chen
managed to keep the score tight. Luckily, at intervals, Indonesia succeeded in winning 11-8.
Strict scores still adorn the beginnings of this third, second single game in succession. But,
when the score was 4-4, Jonatan was able to take the momentum to excel and even lead
with a score of 11-7 at the interval.

After that, the Indonesian single continued to take control of the game and was able to maintain
its superiority. Chen, who was seen exhausted, was also overwhelmed by the Jontanan game. In the
end, Jonatan was able to win the third game with a score of 21-15 and continued his superiority
over Chen.
LALU MUHAMMAD ZOHRi
Indonesian runner, Lalu Muhammad Zohri, was not disappointed with the failure to present the
2018 Asian Games medal from the men's 100 meters running number. Zohri said he wanted to
make this failure as a lesson to be better in the future.

In the race that took place at the Gelora Bung Karno Main Stadium (SUGBK) on Sunday
(08/26/2018) night WIB, Then Muhammad Zohri started from the seven track grid. The athlete
from West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) was seen to have been left behind since starting.

Zohri finally finished seventh with a time of 10.20 seconds. This record is actually better than Zohri's
in the qualifying and semi-final rounds.

"Hopefully this (failure) will be a meaningful lesson for me. Hopefully in the future I will keep the
spirit of training and improve the less, I am not disappointed, because I am not targeted to win
medals at the 2018 Asian Games. Because, maybe senior runners are strong, let alone there are
world champions, record holders, this may be an experience for me," Lalu Muhammad Zohri said after
the race.