A. Ginting Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

At the Tokyo Olympics, Anthony Ginting defeated Chen Long in a head-to-head match.

A. Ginting Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

On Sunday, August 1st, Anthony Ginting, a badminton player from Indonesia, will face off against Chen Long, a badminton player from China, in a semifinal matchup at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

A. Ginting Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

In a Direct Confrontation, Ginting Emerged Victorious.

With Chen Long, Indonesian players had an 8-4 victory margin. Anthony Ginting defeated him 21-15, 21-15 at the 2019 BWF World Tour Finals. This most recent fight was the 13th time Ginting and Chen Long had squared off.

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Hendry Saputra Ho, the coach of the Indonesian men’s singles team, argued that the numbers were not reliable. Even though Anthony was victorious, we still can’t guarantee that we will be.

However, “we must recognise Chen’s physical condition and any other changes in order to create the correct plan,” he added in a written statement released on Saturday, July 3.

We’re Thrilled to have a Player in the Semifinals.

When competing in the Olympics, everyone gives 100% because they want to prove to themselves and the world that they can. On the other hand, to deliver an outstanding show.”

Anthony Ginting defeated Anders Antonsen of Denmark in three sets (21-18, 15-21, 21-18) at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Olympic gold went to Chen Long of China, who defeated Taiwan’s Chou Tien-chen 21-14, 9-21, and 21-14 to claim the title.

Anthony Sinisuka Ginting, an Indonesian Badminton Player, Shot to fame in 2014 after he won a Bronze Medal in the Summer Youth Olympics.

With his current position among the world’s top 6 men’s singles players, Ginting is a player to keep an eye on in the lead-up to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

Ginting, who has been dubbed “Badminton’s giantkiller” for his victories over such luminaries as Kento Momota, Viktor Axelsen, Lin Dan, and Chen Long, is aiming for Olympic gold in Tokyo and is expected to continue his rapid rise in the sport.

Ginting, who was born in Cimahi, West Java, Indonesia, started playing badminton at the PB SGS PLN club in Bandung, West Java, when he was just six years old.

Ginting first competed in tournaments at the age of nine, and two years later, he was seen by a scout.

In 2013, he took part in the Vietnam International Challenge, the Indonesian Masters Grand Prix Gold, the Asia Junior Championships, the Malaysia International Challenge, and the Maldives International Challenge.

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As a Young Shuttler, he made his Impression in International Badminton in 2014.

Earlier in 2014, he made it all the way to the quarterfinals of the Asia Junior Championships and ended the year with a bronze medal in the boys’ singles event at the BWF World Junior Championships in Malaysia.

At the 2014 Summer Olympics, he defeated Aditya Joshi of India to win the bronze medal, easily his biggest achievement of the year.

His 2018 China Open victory over Olympic champion Chen Long cemented his status as a formidable opponent.

With over 765,000 Instagram followers, Ginting is extremely popular in his home nation of Indonesia, and he is now his country’s best chance of winning gold at the Olympic Games in Tokyo.