Chico qualified, opportunity for all Indonesians in the men’s singles final, JAKARTA — Chico Aura Dwi Wardoyo surprised by qualifying for the semi-finals of the tournament badminton Daihatsu Indonesian masters 2023.

This sweet note was achieved after Chico defeated Canadian representative Brian Yang in the quarter-finals of the 2033 Indonesia Masters.

The 2022 Malaysian Masters champion earned a ticket to the last four after defeating Brian with an identical score of 21-16, 21-16, in a match at Istora Gelora Bung Karno, Senayan, Jakarta on Friday (27/ 1/2023) evening.

In this match, the men’s singles player born on June 15, 1998 admitted that he really liked playing on the court.

Unsurprisingly, in this match, Chico seemed able to control his opponent on the court and won in 43 minutes.

“I’m grateful that I was able to win and finish the match without injury. In this match, I tried to control the game of the opponent, thank God the strategy worked well,” said the ranked men’s singles 23rd in the world.

Chico claimed to appear in the BWF World Tour Super 500 tournament without any burden. As a result, the badminton player from Jayapura was able to appear enjoy and bring out the best game in every game.

“So far I have been able to go far until the semi-finals meet expectations. In the future, I just want to focus on each game. Also, I play at home with a lot of supporters “, said Chico.

With this result, Chico Aura Dwi Wardoyo will advance to the semi-finals and challenge Ng Ka Long Angus (Hong Kong), who previously beat Kanta Tsuneyama (Japan) 21-19, 21-19.

Before Chico qualified for the semi-finals, Jonatan Christie had already won a ticket for the last four. Jojo, as Jonatan is nicknamed, qualified for the semi-finals after defeating Lakshya Sen (India) in a 15-21, 21-10, 21-13 draw.

In the semi-finals, the 2018 Asian Games gold medalist will be challenged by China’s representative, Shi Yu Qi, who beat Anthony Sinisuka Ginting.

With this result, Indonesia was recorded as having passed their three representatives in the semi-finals of the US$420,000 tournament.

In addition to the two men’s singles, the representative of the men’s doubles Leo Rolly Carnando/Daniel Marthin also qualified for the semi-finals.

The duo dubbed The Babies qualified for the last four after beating the Japanese representatives, Keiichiro Matsui/Yoshinori Takeuchi.

The 2021 SEA Games gold medalist won back-to-back matches against the men’s doubles from the land of the rising sun with a score of 21-13 and 21-11.

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