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Plan B in Denmark

Monday, October 25, 2021

Failure at the Sudirman Cup motivated the Indonesian badminton team to perform better at the 2020 Thomas Cup. What was the key to their victory?

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Jonatan Christie celebrating with teammates after winning the men’s single match against Li Shifeng from China in Badminton Thomas Cup final in Aarhus, Denmark, October 17. Indonesia won the Thomas Cup after beating China in the final 3-0. Claus Fisker/Ritzau Scanpix via Reuters . tempo : 172188653457.

JONATAN Christie encountered some difficulty when facing off against young Chinese player Li Shifeng in the final of the 2020 Thomas Cup. After winning the first set with a score of 21-14, he lost 18-21 in the second set. Jonatan, the third Indonesian player to compete on Sunday, October 17, would clinch Indonesia’s triumph in Denmark, as Chinese players had lost the two previous matches.

Despite Li being ranked 65th and Jonatan 7th, being


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