Saturday, 31 October 2020 | 14:04 WIB

Jonatan Christie Wins All-Indonesian Final of Australia Open

Jonatan Christie Wins All-Indonesian Final of Australia Open (pbsi)

SIDNEY, NETRALNEWS.COM - Indonesian men's singles badminton player Jonatan Christie ha won the Australian Open badminton tournament on Sunday after defeating compatriot Anthony Sinisuka Ginting in the All Indonesia final.

Jojo who is the third seed in the tournament takes 1 hour 7 minutes to reduce Ginting, as the second seed, in three games 21-17 13-21 21-14, according to the official website of BWF on Sunday (06/09/2019).

That result became Jojo's third victory against his compatriots in five meetings.

The win also won Jojo's title for the second time this year after previously winning the New Zealand Open in May.

In the all Indonesia final match, Jojo looks more prepared. From monitoring through the official turnanen page, Jojo in the first set immediately won 6-0.

Ginting, who was late in the heat then foisted off, but until the break of the first set, Jojo took the lead 11-6.

After the break, Jonatan continued his dominance over Anthony by picking point by point to lead a score of 14-8 and 18-12.

Anthony passed several attacks then diluted the margin points to 16-18. However, Jojo again locked the Ginting game and closed the first set with a score of 21-17.

In the second set, it was Ginting's turn which was 3-0 ahead at the start of the second game. Jojo then tried to compensate.

The match had been fierce until the break. But the game of attacking Ginting after that could not be dammed to close the second set with a difference of eight points with a score of 21-13.

Entering the third set, Ginting had won 2-0 and 3-1 before Jojo could equalize the score to 3-3 and Jojo winning 11-8 at the interval.

After the break, Jojo picked four points in a row to widen the margin score to 15-8. Ginting tried to provide resistance, but Jojo's points were unstoppable.

A straight Jojo smash to the right of the field Anthony finally closed the third set with a score of 21-14 while ensuring Jojo as the 2019 Australian Open champion.