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Sunday, 26 June 2011

the winner of indonesian open badminton men`s singles


The winner LEE Chong Wei celebrates its sixth championship this year with a sweet note when the chart hat-trick of titles at the Indonesian Open badminton men's singles after defeating Denmark's Peter Gade Christensen at the Senayan Sports Stadium, yesterday.
The world number one, which so far has been four times after they won the Indonesian Open in 2007, 2009 and 2010 real hard to beat by Christensen as easily finished with a 21-11, 21-7 in 31 minutes.
In fact, in the struggle, Chong Wei, 29, only allowing opponents only one lead in the first set at 3-2 positions, before allowing Christensen did not overtake him till the end points, thus maintaining an excellent track record to lead 13 of the 14 meeting with the former World number one 35-year-old. "I played with confidence and not directly affected by the behavior of the audience," said Chong Wei told reporters on the noisy atmosphere of the audience who cheered every time he did smash. "Of course Peter is a good player. .. but we are playing against each other 14 times, so I know how he is shaping his game. " Chong Wei, who reached seven finals this year, has won five titles before - the Malaysian Open, Grand Prix Gold, All England Open India and Masters Final - and the only defeat suffered by the heroes of China Lin Dan in the Korean Open in January. path to the Indonesian Open final is quite simple when you start competing against younger players Tommy Sugiarto host in the first round, beating ranked to 27 from Hong Kong, Wong Wing Ki in the second round, get rid of the seventh selection of Vietnam, Nguyen Tien Minh in the quarter-finals before setting aside the fourth selection from China, Chen Long in the semifinals. Description Chong Wei is seeking his hatriknya be easier when the adversary chief, Lin Dan is expected to be his opponent in the final early exit of a sudden in the second round of the Japanese players, Sho Sasaki.
The victory yesterday Chong Wei to take home a cash prize of U.S. $ 45,000 tournament that offers prize the second most expensive after the Korean Open , while Christensen took home U.S. $ 22.500. Meanwhile, the women's singles, India player, Saina Nehwal failed to defend all occupied two years ago after losing to world number three from China, Wang Yihan 12-21, 23 -21, 21-14.


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