Competing on Court 1 of the Jyske Bank Arena, Odense, Denmark, Gregoria actually looked convincing in winning the first game while dominating the points. But in the next two matches, it seemed easier for Sindhu to get runs to close the match.
Match statistics show that Sindhu, from India, managed to score six points in a row before finally winning the second game. After that, Sindhu managed to catch up while scoring 11 points in a row to secure victory in the third game.
Gregoria eventually lost with a score of 21-18, 15-21, 13-21 in 1 hour 11 minutes and failed to keep the Indonesian women’s singles sector’s hopes alive to win the title at the Denmark Open 2023.
“The biggest result was undoubtedly in the second and third games. In pressure moments like that I shouldn’t have made many mistakes myself,” Gregoria said after the match in a statement from PBSI’s media and public relations team.
“Honestly, now I’m still angry with myself, especially in the third game after the break. Why didn’t I realize quickly when I lost 3-4 points in a row,” he said. he adds.
“After the break in the third game, Sindhu felt more pressure and played tactically, while I didn’t put more pressure on her,” Gregoria concluded.
PBSI fielded only two badminton players in the women’s singles at the 2023 Denmark Open, which is classified as a BWF World Tour Super 750 tournament. However, Putri Kusuma Wardani lost the first to third seed China Chen Yu Fei with an overwhelming score of 9-21. , 9-21 in the round of 16.
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