Failed to sharpen the record, Marcus/Kevin admits Takuro/Yugo has changed a lot

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NUSA DUA – Marcus Fernaldi Gideon/Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo failed to sharpen their unbeaten record against Takuro Hoki/Yugo Kobayashi, after the Japanese pair won in the final match of the Indonesia Masters 2021 with the rubber game 11-21, 21-17, 19-21, Sunday (21/21). 11/2021). The defeat was the Minions’ first against his opponent.

Marcus/Kevin previously had an unbeaten report card in 10 meetings against Takuro/Yugo. But the shiny record was finally stopped at home.

Of course, Marcus/Kevin felt that there was a difference from Takuro/Yugi compared to previous meetings. Especially since the Covid-19 pandemic, his opponents have increased sharply.

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This can be seen in the last few tournaments, where Takuro/Yugo began to show consistency. In addition to the Indonesia Masters, they also successfully won the Denmark Open 2021 Super 1000.

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The slick performance of Hoki/Kobayashi was also recognized by Marcus/Kevin. They say the pressure on the world number 10 pair is starting to develop on and off.

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“They really play really well, compared to playing before Covid and now the changes are a lot. They put more pressure on them, especially left-handers who hit harder,” said Marcus to the media crew at the Bali International Convention Center, Sunday (11/21/2021).

The defeat of Marcus / Kevin also ensured that the Red and White Team failed to win the title at the 2021 Indonesia Masters. Because Marcus / Kevin were the only representatives of Indonesia in the top party.


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