TRIBUNNEWS.COM – Tommy Sugiarto never made sweet memories when he performed at the Thailand Masters.
There are 2017 and 2018 editions to be exact. Tommy Sugiarto managed to become the super 300 level tournament champion.
Now in Thailand Masters 2023, Tommy Sugiarto certainly crossing a steep road to re-engrave those sweet memories.
It is said that because seeing the results of the Thailand Masters 2023 draw this time, he has to duel with some tough representatives.
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Located in the upper bracket, Tommy Sugiarto will face tough opponents like Anders Antonsen (Denmark), Shi Yuqi (China), Lee Cheuk Yiu (Hong Kong), Brian Yang (Canada).
Not an easy thing for Tommy Sugiarto to overtake these players.
The reason is seeing his work lately, which is arguably less charming.
Looking at his actions in 2022, the 34-year-old has often been knocked out in the first and second rounds.
Several times he also had to start the tournament with the qualifying round.
Finally, when he arrived at the 2023 Indonesia Masters, Tommy was unable to pass the qualifying rounds.
Thinking about that, it seems hard for Tommy to repeat his glory in Thailand.
Now scheduled to compete in the Thailand Masters 2023, he is certain to step onto the main stage.
Nevertheless, it is still interesting to wait for the action of these senior players.
Judging by the results of the draw, Tommy will later face qualified players in the first round.
It is possible that Tommy will face his compatriot, Christian Adinata.
With a record, Adinata was able to qualify from the qualifying round.
If Adinata passes, civil war will break out in the first round in the men’s singles sector.
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