Anthony Sinisuka Ginting (@1.5) vs B. Sai Praneeth (@2.5)

Our Prediction:

Anthony Sinisuka Ginting will win

Anthony Sinisuka Ginting – B. Sai Praneeth Match Prediction | 21-09-2019 02:00

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8 Ginting in 43 minutes. Praneeth continued his stunning run in the Badminton Worlds by defeating World No. The Indonesian looked hapless as the Indian booked his qualification into the quarter-finals, setting up a clash with fourth-seeded Jonatan Christie. The match against the 2018 Asian Games gold medallist will be the most difficult yet for Praneeth who has a 1-2 head-to-head record against him.

He only started to take part in tournaments at around 9 years old, or two years after he was scouted. He is the fourth of five siblings. When he was young, he joined the PB SGS PLN, a badminton club in Bandung, West Java. The Cimahi-born shuttler of Karo descent was introduced to badminton by his father when he was in kindergarten.


Joining the national training camp early year, Ginting began to show his worth with stepping up to cruise into 2014 Asia Junior Championships quarterfinals in Taipei, Chinese Taipei on February. He also competed at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics in Nanjing, China and brought home a bronze medal after beating Aditya Joshi of India in the bronze-final match with a straight games 2117, 2116.[5] In addition to competing in some international challenge tournaments, he also played in the BWF Grand Prix tournaments such as Chinese Taipei Open, Vietnam Open and Indonesian Masters. Ginting then participated at the 2014 BWF World Junior Championships in Alor Setar, Malaysia where he won a boys' singles bronze medal after bowed out in the semifinal to Shi Yuqi of China for 1921, 1521. In the quarterfinals, he was halted with a 1321, 1521 loss to Kanta Tsuneyama of Japan.

He then lost to the defending champion, former world No. Participating in the 2015 Chinese Taipei Open Grand Prix Gold as an unheralded shuttler, Ginting reached the quarterfinals after defeating twelfth-seeded fellow Indonesian Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka with a straight sets 2116, 2114 in the third round of the tournament. In the first round, he surprisingly upset the eighth seed and 2009 BWF World Junior champion Tian Houwei of China with a stunning 2113, 2114 victory.

As far as the head-to-head encounters are concerned, Tai has a 10-4 advantage over the Indian in 14 matchups so far. 2 Tai Tzu Ying. A place in the semi-final, however, would require her to beat the World No. Sindhu created history on Thursday as she became the first women's singles shuttler ever to reach the quarter-finals of the BWF World Championships on all of her first six attempts.

Saina Nehwal, Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy suffered eliminations at the hands of Mia Blitchfeldt, Kantaphon Wangcharoen and Kento Momota respectively, leaving B Sai Praneeth and PV Sindhu as the only two Indians left in the competition. 8 Anthony Sinisuka Ginting to enter the quarter-finals while PV Sindhu secured a dominant win over Beiwen Zhang of United States to seal her passage into the last 8. The results on Thursday saw some of the top Indian shuttlers crash out of the BWF World Badminton Championships 2019. Praneeth had stunned World No.

Performance timeline[edit]

The Indian, who has had success against Anthony at the 2018 Asia Team championship and 2017 World Championship, kept his strangehold to enter the break with a 11-8 advantageAfter the interval, Anthony managed to turn the tables at 14-12 and also threatened to undo the good work of the Indian but Praneeth got his bearings in time to pocket the opening game with three straight points from 18-19.In the second game, Praneeth zoomed to a 6-2 lead but Anthony managed to reduce the margin to 11-8 lead at the breather. They were levelled 5-5 but from there, Sindhu led all the way to pocket the first game.The second game was even better for Sindhu as she led all the way from 1-1, taking five straight points to 6-1 and then another six points on the trot to reach 14-5 before wrapping up the match.In the men's singles, B Sai Praneeth dished out a superlative performance to stun world no. He kept marching ahead as Anthony crumbled.Earlier, Momota dominated the proceedings initially against Prannoy as he moved from a 8-4 lead to grab a 11-7 advantage at the break.Prannoy started putting pressure on his rival after the breather with an attacking game to claw back at 12-12 and kept snapping at Momota's heels.At one stage, after the end of the 57-shot rally, an exhausted Prannoy was left prostrated on the floor following a perfect net return from the World No 1. 1 Kento Momota of Japan.Prannoy showed glimpses of brilliance, especially in the opening game, but couldn't stop Momota from registering a 21-19, 21-12 win, his fifth victory over the Indian in as many encounters.World No 19. The fifth seeded Indian had lost to the ninth seeded American opponent in the Indian Open final last year.Sindhu will face second seed Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei in the quarters.The Indian completely dominated the match, giving no chance to her American opponent. Prannoy tried his best but Momota ensured he had the last laugh as he converted soon after gaining nine match points. Sindhu won 21-14, 21-6 in the women's singles pre-quarterfinals match that lasted just 34 minutes. 8 Anthony Sinisuka Ginting and progress to the quarter-finals, but K Srikanth and H S Prannoy suffered defeats to bow out of the showpiece event.Seeded seventh, Srikanth lost 14-21, 13-21 against Kantaphon Wangcharoen of Thailand in the pre-quarterfinal match that lasted 40 minutes while Prannoy's campaign ended with a loss at the hands of world no. Praneeth, who had reached the finals at Swiss Open this year, took just 42 minutes to dispatch sixth seeded Anthony of Indonesia 21-19, 21-13 to set up a likely clash with another Indonesian Jonatan Christie, seeded fourth and the reigning Asian Games champion.In the opening game, Praneeth quickly erased a 0-3 deficit to move to a 8-5 deficit. The point gave Momota a two-point cushion at 19-17.But the Indian stuck to his guns and a precise straight smash helped him to level at 19-19.Momota, however, upped the pace to grab the game point with a return on the backline and then sealed it with a powerful smash.After the change of sides, Momota once again found his way out of tricky situations to run up a lead of 11-5 at the break. After the break, the Indian reeled off six straight points to make it 14-12.

Starting his journey as a rookie in the BWF Superseries event from the qualifying stage, Ginting moved into the quarterfinals after creating an upset with a rubber games 1421, 2220, 2113 win over India's top shuttler and fourth seed Srikanth Kidambi in the second round of the 2015 BCA Indonesia Open Superseries Premier.[6][7][8] His Indonesia Open campaign was eventually halted after losing to the eighth seed and 2012 BWF World Junior champion Kento Momota of Japan in quarterfinals with a rubber games 2113, 1621, 1521.[9]Ginting was part of the Indonesian men's team that won a gold medal at the 28th Southeast Asian Games 2015 in Singapore after beating Thailand men's team 32 in the final.