Macau Open: Lindaweni Fanetri topples Ya Ching Hsu to surge into Women’s Singles quarter-final
Indonesia’s aggressive player Lindaweni Fanetri stretched her incredible winning streak and reached into Women’s Singles quarter-final after defeating Chinese Taipei’s Ya Ching Hsu in round-of-16 contest at Kumpoo Macau Open Badminton GP Gold 2012 on Thursday,
November 29, in Macau.
The spirited Lindaweni, who has been showing a spectacular performance in all of her matches in Macau Open, continued showing up a stunning performance and easily ousted her Taipei challenger in an authoritative fashion.
Indonesian lady impressed the crowd with her remarkable skills on court as she did not let her rival to even get closer at any stage and managed to end up the match in just 35 minutes in straight games.
On the other hand, Ya Ching remained unable to put up strong show as she executed negative shots because she failed to take the bird early. She tried her best to play attacking badminton but failed to live up to the expectations and lost the battle in lopsided
In the first set, the lofty Lindaweni showed her elite skills from the opening rallies by playing with precision which helped her to stay in complete control of the game.
The top class skills of Indonesian shuttler enabled her to remain in commanding position in the opening half and she grabbed a huge lead on the board until the one-minute break.
After the mid-game interval, the impressive Lindaweni did not show any confusion in her attacking play and remained successful in staying in lead without facing any considerable trouble.
Lindaweni did not lose her focus at any stage and remained successful in claiming the opening game with a stunning 21-10 total on the board.
In the second game, the Taipei shuttler tried her best to increase her speed and play good badminton but she failed to disturb the rhythm of her Indonesian challenger and stayed miles behind on the board until the break.
After the interval, the planned and composed play of Indonesian shuttler enabled her to claim the set with a superb margin of 21-14.
The incredible Lindaweni emerged as the winner in this Women’s Singles pre-quarter-final battle in straight sets with a remarkable 21-10 and 21-14 score on the board.