WELCOME TO WATCH & DON’T FORGET SUBSCRIBE The end of Jonatan Christie’s struggle in the 2019 Indonesian Semifinal Masters Jonatan Christie’s defeat came against Anders Antonsen (Denmark) in the Indonesia Masters 2019 match which took place at Istora Senayan, Jakarta Although he had the upper hand at the start of the match, Jonatan finally had to admit to losing two straight games, 18-21, 16-21 Nice start immediately shown by Jonatan Christie at the beginning of the first game when he was able to excel far with a score of 5-1 Even though Anders Antonsen had equalized 8-8, Jojo could close the interval with an 11-8 advantage after his super-thin netting made the opponent not move After the pause, Jonatan continued to get pressure from Antonsen who kept sticking to the points. Even the 20th ranked Danish men’s singles were able to reverse the momentum of the match when they scored 19-16. Anders Antonsen was finally able to win the first game with a score of 21-18 after the placement of his ball failed to reach Jonatan Christie A tough back duel was presented at the start of the second game when Jonatan and Anders shared the numbers at 5-5. But the momentum of the game returned to belong to Anders Antonsen who excelled 11-7 after a smash that was released towards Jonatan Christie’s body went into the field of play After the interval, Antonsen continued to be able to widen the distance of his superiority over Jonatan, who seemed to be stuck in finding his best performance The match finally finished in the second game with a score of 21-16 after serving Jonatan Christie who was immediately struck by Anders Antonsen fruiting points for the Danish representative This result failed Jonatan Christie to follow Mohammad Ahsan / Hendra Setiawan and Tontowi Ahmad / Liliyana Natsir who had already locked the final ticket However, the host has the opportunity to add one slot in the 2019 Indonesia Masters final through Marcus Fernaldi Gideon / Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo. The ticket can be achieved if the Minions are able to win Kim Astrup / Anders Skaarup Rasmussen in the semi-final match.