Gregoria Mariska initially had left three points 8-11 in the first interval. But after halftime, the Indonesian women’s singles tried to catch up.
Slowly but surely, Gregoria Mariska finally able to catch up points to 17-17. The match got even more exciting when these two players chased each other for points up to 20-20.
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But fate is still on my side Gregoria Mariska . The reason, the 22-year-old badminton player was able to close the first game with 22-20 in 22 minutes.
In the second game, Gregoria Mariska quick 8-3 lead over Kisona. However, this advantage could not be used because the Malaysian women’s singles were able to equalize to 8-8.
Lucky, Gregoria Mariska able to close the second interval with 11-9. After halftime, Kisona had equalized to 11-11.
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The pursuit of points continues to be 14-14. Unfortunately, Gregoria’s physique began to slacken and Kisona used it to win the second game with 18-21.
In the deciding game, Gregoria finally succeeded in ending Kisona’s resistance 21-19. This positive result made Indonesia versus Malaysia a 1-1 draw.