Andre Kurniawan Tedjono reserves his berth in Men’s Singles round-of-16 at Dutch Open 2012

by  |  earlier

0 LIKES UnLike

Andre Kurniawan Tedjono reserves his berth in Men’s Singles round-of-16 at Dutch Open 2012
Indonesia’s Andre Kurniawan Tedjono stretches his winning run and reached into Men’s Singles round-of-16 after defeating his local challenger Jerry Natenstedt in second round at Yonex Dutch Open 2012 at Almere, Netherlands, on Wednesday, October 10.
The talented Tedjono, who is the fourth seeded player in Men’s Singles main draw of Dutch Open, was on a different level on court as he played in a controlled and positive fashion and managed to stamp his mark over Natenstedt in a controlled manner.
Tedjono entered into the court in a confident way as he played all of his shots in the whole match without taking any pressure of being higher ranked shuttler and eventually finished off the match in straight games by taking just 26 minutes on court.
The un-seeded Natenstedt, on the other hand, failed to show his class on court while playing against the in-form Indonesia shuttler and eventually left the court without creating a strong impact on the crowd.
In the first game, both shuttlers played to their maximum potential and progressed equally on score board. The pace of rallies was high and the contestants remained positive in the opening points.
The impressive Tedjono played with remarkable precision on court but he failed to push his Dutch opponent on back foot until the one-minute interval and remained slightly behind at 10-11 on score board.
After the one-minute break, Tedjono started to play parallel shots by taking the bird early and pushed his challenger on back foot with his impressive pushes.
Indonesian shuttler played positive and focused game in the ending points of first set and he managed to end it up with a 21-17 score on the board.
In the second game, Tedjono was in commanding position as he played with precision and took an impressive 21-7 score on the board.
After the one-minute break, Tedjono continued employing his impressive craft on board and remained successful in winding up the second game with a good margin of 21-16.
Tedjono emerged as the winner in this Men’s Singles second round clash in two sets with a 21-17 and 21-16 score on the board.



Question Stats

Latest activity: earlier.
This question has 0 answers.


Share your knowledge and help people by answering questions.