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Badminton AJC 2023: Live a Dramatic Match, Pearl to the Semifinals

– Women’s singles player Mutiara Ayu Puspitasari showed a heroic struggle when advancing to the semifinals of the 2023 BNI Badminton Asia Junior Championships (AJC). The women’s singles born in Ngawi (East Java), May 17 2006 advanced to the top four after overcoming the resistance of China’s representative, Huang Lin Ran with a score of 17-21, 21-19, 21-19.

In the match that was held at the Amongraga Sports Hall, Yogyakarta, Friday (14/7/2023) evening, Mutiara admitted that she was tense at the end of the third game. Understandably when it entered the points game, the opponent had approached 19-20.

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Luckily at the end of the match Mutiara was able to control the game so that they won with a score of 21-19 in 1 hour and 12 minutes after the opponent made an unforced error. His smash hits the net.

“Today’s match was dramatic because I made a lot of unforced errors in the third game. I was careless when I lost focus,” said Mutiara.

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“Luckily at the last time when the ball was returned, the opponent did not succeed in smashing it, so I was happy and welcomed this victory with great fanfare,” said Mutiara.

In this match, Mutiara considered that she had difficulty getting up when she was under pressure from her opponent. Luckily, with his composure, the 2022 Indonesia International Series champion won and advanced to the semifinals.

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“I was inconsistent in this fight. In such conditions I talk a lot to myself and try to control my emotions so I don’t make unnecessary mistakes,” added Mutiara.

With this result, Mutiara Ayu Puspitasari stepped into the semifinals of the AJC 2023 tournament. In the top four, Mutiara will face China’s representative Shou Qun Yu, who defeated Sirada Roongpiboonsopit from Thailand, 21-17, 21-16.

Facing the top four, Mutiara Ayu Puspitasari wanted to focus more on controlling her emotions and keeping her mind from losing concentration.

“Entering the semifinals now is no longer talking about how to play. Now is the time to control your emotions and keep your mind under control,” Mutiara concluded.

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Mutiara’s triumph was sadly not followed by Ruzana. The women’s singles born in Lubuklinggau, April 22, 2005 surrendered with a score of 10-21, 5-21 to the representative of South Korea, Kim Min Ji.

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Badminton AJC 2023: Live a Dramatic Match, Pearl to the Semifinals

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