Fredy Setiawan wins Hattrick title at Dubai Para Badminton 2022 –

Badminton News: Badminton from Indonesia, Fredy Setiawan scored a hat-trick for the gold medal in Men’s Singles SL4, Men’s Doubles SL3-SL4 with Dwiyoko and Mixed Doubles SL3-SU5 with Khalimatus Sadiyah at the 4th Fazza Dubai Para Tournament Badminton International 2022.

“I’m happy but now my body hurts more and more. My success is due to the fact that I believe in my abilities. When I was down I said to myself that I could do this and continue a point at a time. time,” said Fredy Setiawan after beating India’s Tarun Dhillon in the men’s singles SL4.

Along with Khalimatus Sadiyah, Fredy Setiawan added the title after their 21-11, 18-21 and 21-9 wins over Japan’s Taiyo Imai and Noriko Ito.

“They have improved since I played them in 2021 in Brazil. Their shots are very accurate, how come they seem to land exactly where they want,” said Khalimatus Sadiyah.

Meanwhile, Malaysia’s Cheah Liek Hou, continuing his winning streak after the singles sector, added to men’s doubles gold with Muhammad Fareez Anuar when they beat Indonesian duo Suryo Nugroho/Oddie Kurnia Dwi Listianto Putra 17-21, 21-15 and 21-9. . .

India remained undefeated in SL3 as Pramod Bhagat and Manasi Girishchandra Joshi triumphed over their teammates.

Joshi conceded the first 21-16 but came back 24-22 and 21-14 to deprive Kaur of the women’s singles gold while Bhagat beat Kumar Nitesh 19-21 21-17 21-17 to retain the singles title male SL3.

“Didn’t I tell you I’m the best?” This time I need more play, but it’s not about technique or strength. I have the ability to keep changing my game to see what works and that’s why opponents don’t know what to do,” Bhagat said.

In Short Stature Mixed Doubles (SH6), Indonesia’s Subhan Subhan/Rina Marlina won their first international gold medal beating Thailand’s Natthapong Meechai/Chai Saeyang 21-19, 22-20.

“We are watching them closely this week. Our coaches teach us what to watch out for and how to anticipate their moves as they can be very tricky. We played a tight game and we were good technically,” said Subhan.

Article tags: Fredy Setiawan, Khalimatus Sadiyah, Dubai Para Badminton 2022

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