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“Gift” Jongkolphan Kititharakul and “Vue” Rawinda Prajongjai, the world’s number eighth seed, defeated Debola Gille and Cheryl Zainen of the Netherlands. 2 games in a row, through to the quarterfinals of the Badminton Indonesia Open to meet with the Indonesian Open, the latest world champion from China.

Badminton competition in the “East Ventures Indonesia Open 2022” World Tour 1000 tournament with a total prize pool of US $ 1,200,000 or approximately 41.4 million baht at Istora Senayan in Jakarta. Indonesia On Thursday, June 16, 65, was the second round.

In the women’s doubles second round, “Gift” Jongkolphan Kititharakul and “Wue” Rawinda Prajongjai, the seventh-placed guides of the world’s No. 8 handbook, face Debola Gille and Cheryl Zainen. 41st in the world from the Netherlands

This match was a way of pairing Gift and View who still played superbly, winning 2-0 games 21-12 and 21-12 lasted 36 minutes.

“Gift” Zhongkolphan and “Wue” Rawinda advanced to the quarter-finals to meet Chen Yingchen and Jia Yifan, the world’s No. 1 guides from China who defeated Ash. Winnie Ponnappa and Ziggy Reddy, world number 23 guide from India 21-16, 21-13.

Second round of women’s singles “Jew” Pittayaporn Chaiwan, the world number 21, lost to Nozomi Okuhara, the 6th number of the list, the world number 6 from Japan 0-2 games 16-21 and 8-21 took time Competing for 36 minutes, “Cream” Busanan Ungbamrungphan, the world’s 11th hand, lost to He Bingjiao, the world’s 9th hand from China, in a overwhelming 0-2 game, 9-21,9-21, spending time 32 minutes of competition

Other interesting results in the second main draw are as follows: In the women’s singles category, 14th-ranked Wang Ziyi from China defeated fifth-ranked Carolina Marin from Spain 21-17, 21-18, and 1st-ranked Akane Yamaguchi. Of the list, the world’s number 1 hand from Japan, won through Sayaka Takahashi, the world number 13 from Japan 21-11, 5-1 Retired

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Third seed An Se-yeon of the world number three of South Korea defeated 17th seed Christie Gilmore of Scotland 21-14, 21-11 and fourth seed Chen Yufei. World number four from China defeated world number 31 Zhang Yiman from China 21-10 15-21 21-12.

In the men’s singles category, 6th seed Lee Sijie of the world number 5 from Malaysia defeated 30th seed Samir Verma of India 21-10, 21-13, and 1st-ranked Victor Aselsen of the The list, the world’s number one hand from Denmark, defeated the world’s 25th hand Lu Guansu from China 21-17, 21-9, Anthony Sinnisuka Ginting, the fifth ranked number of the list, the world number six from Indonesia defeated world number one Han Christian Wittinghus of Denmark 21-17, 21-9, ninth seed Low Kiewyew of Singapore defeated 26th seed Toma Popov Jr. of the world from France 21-16, 21-9

In the men’s doubles, world number 16’s Pramudya Kusumawanada and Jeremy Yakop Eric Rambital from Indonesia defeated fourth-placed guides Li Yang and Wang Qilin of the list. World from Taiwan 21-16, 17-21, 21-14, Aaron Chia and So Wuyik, the list’s fifth-placed guide, Malaysia’s seventh-placed world guide, beating Reuben Jillé and T Wanderlek. World number 44 guide from the Netherlands 21-17, 16-21,21-6.

China’s world No. 75’s Liu Yuchen and Wu Xuanyi defeated India’s Ajun M. R. and Daruf Kapila of India 21-19, 21-15, Kim-Ass. World No. 9 guides Denmark and Andres Rasmussen defeated Leo Rolli Canando and Daniel Martin of the world number 23 of Indonesia 21-. 18, 16-21, 21-15

In mixed doubles, world No. 10’s Tom Giesel and Delfin Derroure beat Germany’s Mark Lamfruit and Isabel Lohua 22-20, 21-23, 21-11, 14th seed Gao Sunhuat and Chewon Jamie Lai from Malaysia defeated Hu Bang Rong and Dao Yiwei of Malaysia 21-19, 21-19, Wang Yilu and Huang Dongping, the world’s No. 4 guide, China’s 445th seed, Chang Pengsun and Chia Yisi, from Malaysia 21-11, 21-14,

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Praveen Jordan and Melati Deva Oktavianti Guide #5 of the list The world No. 5 guide from Indonesia won via Chen Tangjie and Valilee Siu of the list, 661 of the world guide from Malaysia, Sow Sonjae and Chae Yoojung of the list, guide number 6 of the list. World number two from South Korea defeated Chang Tak Ching and Ng Winyun, 27 of the world from Hong Kong 21-19, 28-26, Yuta Watanabe and Alisa Itachino, the 3rd seed of the list, 3rd seed. World number one from Japan defeated Sung Juwen and Goh Liu Ying, the 661th world number one from Malaysia 21-17, 21-12.

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