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SUPER DEFENSE | Anthony Ginting vs Lin Dan

Anthony Sinisuka Ginting (born 20 October 1996) is an Indonesian badminton player.[1] He first rose when he won the bronze medal at the Badminton at the 2018 Asian Games

2019-2020 :Finalists in five tournaments and Second title in Indonesia Masters
Ginting kicked-off the 2020 season in Malaysia Masters as eight seed. Unfortunately, he was defeated by unseeded player Huang Yuxiang in the first round in straight games.[9] A week later, in home soil Indonesia Masters tournament, he finally clinched his first title since the 2018 China Open. Ginting defeated the defending champion Anders Antonsen of Denmark in the final.[10] In February, he helped the Indonesian men's team defend the Asia Team Championships title.[11] Ginting reached a career high as world number 3 in the world ranking on 18 February 2020.[12] In March, the fourth seed Ginting, fell in the early round of Super 1000 tournament All England Open to Rasmus Gemke of Denmark. This is for the fifth time, he has defeated in the early round of the historical tournament All England Open, since his debut in 2016.[13]

In 2021, Ginting competed at the 2020 Asian Leg tournament held in Thailand as a fifth seed. At the Yonex Thailand Open, he lost to Viktor Axelsen of Denmark in the semi-finals,[14] while in Toyota Thailand Open he lost to Lee Cheuk Yiu of Hong Kong in the second round.[15] Ranked as number 9 in the season-end ranking, Ginting then secured a spot to compete at the World Tour Finals.[16]

Lin Dan (born 14 October 1983)[1] is a Chinese former professional badminton player. He is a two-time Olympic champion, five-time World champion, as well as a six-time All England champion.

Widely regarded as the greatest badminton player of all time,[3][4][5] by the age of 28 Lin had completed the "Super Grand Slam", having won what some consider to be the nine major titles in the badminton world: Olympic Games, World Championships, World Cup, Thomas Cup, Sudirman Cup, Super Series Masters Finals, All England Open, Asian Games, and Asian Championships, becoming the first and only player to achieve this feat.[6][7] He also became the first men's singles player to retain the Olympic gold medal by winning in 2008 and defending his title in 2012.[8]

In 2004, he was dubbed "Super Dan" by opponent Peter Gade after winning the All England Open final, and the nickname has since been widely used by his fans as well as the media to refer to him, in recognition of his achievements.[9][10

At 35, Lin Dan won his second Malaysia Open title in 2019, beating higher ranked compatriots Shi Yuqi and Chen Long in the semifinals and finals respectively.[169] However, he withdrew from the Singapore Open during the first round against Viktor Axelsen, citing a "thigh injury", but only after being visibly upset by early line calls.[170] In April, he lost in the semifinals of the New Zealand Open to Ng Ka Long. In September, he lost in the finals of the Korea Masters tournament to Kanta Tsuneyama.[171] On 4 July 2020 Lin Dan announced his retirement,[172] saying "at 37, pain and injuries no longer allow me to fight with my teammates. I have gratitude, a heavy heart and unwillingness."[173] After his retirement, he joined Instagram to stay connected with his fans all over the world.[174

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