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Junior clashes in the quarter-finals of the Indonesia Masters 2021, Marcus/Kevin Remove Trauma

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NUSA DUA – Marcus Fernaldi Gideon/Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo admitted that they were not afraid to face Pramudya Kusumawardana/Yeremia Erich Yoche Yacob Rambitan at the Indonesia Masters 2021. They are ready to beat their juniors to qualify for the semifinals in the men’s doubles.

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Marcus/Kevin advanced to the quarter-finals after beating Lucas Corvee/Ronan Labar from France 21-13 and 21-19. Meanwhile, Pramudya/Jeremiah defeated the Japanese representative, Akira Koga/Taichi Saito with a score of 21-18 and 23-21.

Now the two pairs will tackle each other, Friday (11/19/2021) to ensure a place for the next phase. You see, men’s doubles so Red and White hope to win the title.

Looking at the rankings, Marcus/Kevin, who are actually the first seeds, are clearly the champions. However, the duo who are usually called Minions were haunted by bad trauma when they met their juniors.

For example, when they were defeated by Bagas Maulana/Muhammad Shohibul Fikri in the last 16 of the Denmark Open 2021. A similar story could have happened if Marcus/Kevin were careless when facing Pramudya/Yeremia.

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However, Marcus/Kevin did not feel traumatized. They don’t want to bother and will try their best to face the quarter-final match.

“I’m not traumatized (meeting juniors), if you meet those whose names are playing, if you don’t win, you lose. I mean, you don’t have to worry about it,” Kevin told the media crew at the Bali International Convention Center.

However, Marcus/Kevin will also remain wary of Pramudya/Jeremiah, who are predicted to appear carefree. However, both of them remained relaxed and ready to be challenged by the world number 34 pair.

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“Against the juniors themselves, of course they will play without a burden. They will fight and fight. Yes, we’ll see how it goes on the field. If you don’t win, you lose,” he concluded.

(mirz)

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