JAKARTA - Jonatan Christie will accompany Anthony Sinisuka Ginting in the quarter-finals of the men's singles Yonex Thailand Open after making it through the second round which was held at Impact Arena, Bangkok in less than 30 minutes.
Jonathan successfully threw Canadian men's singles Jason Anthony Ho-Shue with a score of 21-10, 21-9 in just 27 minutes.
Unmitigated, the world number seven player immediately opened the first game by scoring six points without reply.
Ho-Sue, who was trying to catch up, was helpless in the face of Jonathan's repeated attacks. There were no significant obstacles from the opponent, Jonathan's advantage was getting further until the first interval was 11-3.
Jonathan, who is the fifth seed, is increasingly unstoppable. The far-adrift points margin occurred again (16-9, 17-9, 18-9) after the first interval.
As a result, the man who is familiarly called Jojo closed the first game with a score of 21-10 in just 13 minutes.
Ho-Sue had opened the scoring in the second game. However, Jonathan was able to equalize to 3-3.
After that, Jonathan took over the lead again. Ho-Sue really made no move, even when the score was 15-9, Jonathan stepped on the gas scoring six consecutive points to finish the second game with a score of 21-9.
In the Thailand Open quarter-finals, Jonathan will face a tough test. He has been awaited by the Danish 2020 All England champion Victor Axelsen.
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