Shesar Hiren Rhustavito lost against first seed Kento Momota in the quarter-finals of the French Open 2021. Vito lost straight set 19-21, 11-21.
Playing at Stade Pierre de Coubertin, Paris, Saturday (10/30/2021) early morning WIB, Shesar Hiren Rhustavito gave fierce resistance to the main seed, Kento Momota at the beginning of the first game.
Vito had a 6-4 lead early in the first game. Momota then showed his class by being able to turn things around.
Men’s singles from Japan was able to close the first game interval with an 11-7 advantage. After the interval, Vito can close the distance of the points.
The position even had a draw 15-15. However, Momota could get away with 18-15. The world number one player was able to maintain consistency in his game to close the first game with 21-19.
The duel remained tight at the start of the second game. The pursuit of numbers had occurred up to 8-8.
However, Momota was still able to close the second game interval in a superior position. He leads from Vito 11-9.
After that, Vito seemed to start having trouble stemming Momota. Momota continued to add points to the position 18-11.
Momota was getting more and more unstoppable to then close the match after winning in the second game 21-11. Momota advances to the semifinals to face compatriot Kanta Tsuneyama.
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