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KOMPAS.com – Indonesian men’s doubles, Marcus Fernaldi Gideon/Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo, will be the first seed at the BWF World Championships or the 2022 World Championships.

On the other hand, Anthony Sinisuka Ginting will compete as the sixth seeded men’s singles.

The 2022 World Championships will be held in Tokyo, Japan, 22-28 August 2022.

The total number of Indonesian representatives who will appear in this year’s World Championships is 15 singles and doubles players spread across five sectors.

Of the 15 representatives, Marcus/Kevin became the only Indonesian representatives with the status of first seed in the 2022 World Championships.

Also read: 2022 World Championship, Fikri/Bagas Opportunity to Get Out of Negative Trends

That status can certainly be used as capital for Marcus / Kevin to end the curse at the 2022 World Championship.

Since being paired seven years ago, Marcus/Kevin have participated in the BWF World Championship three times in 2017, 2018 and 2019.

As a result, Marcus/Kevin’s best achievement in the World Championship was only up to the quarter-finals.

The Minions, nicknamed Marcus / Kevin, of course have to work extra hard if they want to end the curse this year.

Because, Marcus/Kevin have never competed in the last two months.

Not only that, Marcus/Kevin also have to compete with many of the world’s top men’s doubles including three other Indonesian pairs.

Also read: 2022 World Championship Schedule, Marcus / Kevin Comeback!

The three Indonesian men’s doubles who will also appear at the 2022 World Championship are Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan, Fajar Alfian/Muhammad Rian Ardianto and Muhammad Shohibul Fikri/Bagas Maulana.

Just like Marcus/Kevin, the three Indonesian men’s doubles above are also seeded in the 2022 World Championship.

Ahsan/Hendra, who have won three world titles this year, are the third seed.

The Daddies, nicknamed Ahsan/Hendra, are under the defending champion from Japan, Takuro Hoki/Yugo Kobayashi.

On the other hand, Fajar / Rian will later hold the status of the fifth seeded men’s doubles.

Even though they are fifth seeds, Fajar/Rian can be said to be the strongest candidates to win in the men’s doubles sector.

Read also: Ahsan / Hendra’s condition ahead of the 2022 World Championship

Because Fajar/Rian are the men’s doubles with the most consistent performance trend this year.

This is evidenced by the success of Fajar/Rian in winning three titles from the seven finals of the BWF tournament until July 2022.

Meanwhile, Bagas/Fikri as the winners of the All England Open 2022 will be the 15th seeded men’s doubles at the 2022 World Championship.

From the men’s singles sector, Indonesia has placed two players on the list of seeded players for the 2022 World Championship.

They are Anthony Ginting and Jonathan Christie. Anthony Ginting is the sixth seed while Jonathan Christie is the seventh seed.

Anthony Ginting’s capital to face the 2022 World Championship is somewhat better than Jonathan Christie.

This is because Anthony Ginting has just ended his two-year title drought when he won the Singapore Open 2022 last July.

Also read: 2022 World Championship, Men’s Singles and Men’s Doubles Become the Foundation of Indonesia’s Title

However, Anthony Ginting still has to work very hard if he wants to achieve achievements at the 2022 World Championship.

The reason is, Anthony Ginting will compete with many of the world’s top men’s singles ranging from Kento Momota (Japan), Lee Zii Jia (Malaysia), Chou Tien Chen (Taiwan), to Viktor Axelsen (Denmark).

The four names above did not appear at the 2022 Singapore Open when Anthony Ginting won.

The other Indonesian representatives who are also seeded in the 2022 World Championship are Rinov Rivaldy / Pitha Haningtyas.

Rinov/Pitha will later be the 13th seed in the mixed doubles sector.

Here is the complete list of the 2022 World Championship highlights:

(Note: The order has been adjusted to the featured number)

Men’s Singles:

  1. Viktor Axelsen (Denmark)
  2. Kento Momota (Japan)
  3. Anders Antonsen (Denmark)
  4. Chou Tien Chen (Taiwan)
  5. Lee Zi Jia (Malaysia)
  6. Anthony Sinisuka Ginting (Indonesia)
  7. Jonathan Christie (Indonesia)
  8. Loh Kean Yew (Singapore)
  9. Lakshya Sen (India)
  10. BY Ka Long Angus (Hong Kong)
  11. Rasmus Gemke (Denmark)
  12. Kidambi Srikanth (India)
  13. Kanta Tsuneyama (Japan)
  14. Lee Cheuk Yiu (Hong Kong)
  15. Wang Tzu Wei (Taiwan)
  16. Kunlavut Vitidsarn (Thailand)

Women’s Singles:

  1. Akane Yamaguchi (Japan)
  2. Tai Tzu Ying (Taiwan)
  3. An Se Young (South Korea)
  4. Chen Yu Fei (China)
  5. Carolina Marin (Spain)
  6. Nozomi Okuhara (Jepang)
  7. Pusarla V. Shindu (India)
  8. Ratchanok Intaon (Thailand)
  9. He Bing Jiao (China)
  10. Pornpawee Chochuwong (Thailand)
  11. Wang Zhi Yi (China)
  12. Michelle Li (Canada)
  13. Sayaka Takahashi (Japan)
  14. Mia Blichfeldt (Denmark)
  15. Beiwen Zhang (United States of America)

Men’s Doubles:

  1. Marcus Fernaldi Gideon/Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo (Indonesia)
  2. Takuro Hoki/Yugo Kobayashi (Jepang)
  3. Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan (Indonesia)
  4. Lee Yang/Wang Chi-Lin (Taiwan)
  5. Fajar Alfian/Muhammad Rian Ardianto (Indonesia)
  6. Aaron Chia/Soh Wooi Yik (Malaysia)
  7. Satwiksairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty (India)
  8. Kim Astrup/Anders Skaarup Rasmussen (Denmark)
  9. Ong Yew Sin/Teo Ee Yi (Malaysia)
  10. Choi Sol Gyu/Seo Seung Jae (Japan)
  11. Goh Sze Fei/Nur Izzudin (Malaysia)
  12. Mark Lamsfuss/Marvien Seidel (Germany)
  13. Goh V Sem/Tan Wee Kiong (Malaysia)
  14. Ben Lane/Sean Vendy (England)
  15. Muhammad Shohibul Fikri/Bagas Maulana (Indonesia)
  16. Akira Koga/Taichi Saito (Jepang)

Women’s Doubles:

  1. Chen Qing Chen/Jia Yi Fan (China)
  2. Yuki Fukushima/Sayaka Hirota (Japan)
  3. Lee So Hee/Shin Seung Chan (South Korea)
  4. Kim So Yeong/Kong Hee Yong (South Korea)
  5. Nami Matsuyama/Chiharu Shida (Jepang)
  6. Mayu Matsumoto/Wakana Nagahara (Japan)
  7. Jongkolphan Kititharakul/Rawinda Prajongjai (Thailand)
  8. Gabriela Stoeva/Stefani Stoeva (Bulgaria)
  9. Jeong Na Eun/Kim Hye Jeong (South Korea)
  10. Tan Pearly/Thinaah Muralitharan (Malaysia)
  11. Zhang Shu Xian/Zheng Yu (China)
  12. Maiken Fruergaard/Sara Thygesen (Denmark)
  13. Du Yue/Li Wen Mei (China)
  14. Puttita Supajirakul/Sapsiree Taerattanchai (Thailand)
  15. Rin Iwanaga/Kie Nakanishi (Japan)
  16. Rachel Honderich/Kristen Tsai (Canada)

Mixed Doubles:

  1. Zheng Si Wei/Huang Ya Qiong (China)
  2. Dechapol Puavaranukroh/Sapsiree Taerattanachai (Thailand)
  3. Yuta Watanabe/Arisa Higashino (Jepang)
  4. Wang Yi Lyu/Huang Dong Ping (China)
  5. Seo Seung Jae/Chae Yu Jung (South Korea)
  6. Tang Chun Man/Tse Ying Suet (Hong Kong)
  7. Thom Gicquel/Delphine Delrue (Perancis)
  8. Tan Kian Meng/Lai Pei Jing (Malaysia)
  9. Mark Lamsfuss/Isabel Lohau (Germany)
  10. Mathias Christensen/Alexandra Boje (Denmark)
  11. Goh Soon Huat/Lai Shevon Jemie (Malaysia)
  12. Yuki Kaneko/Misaki Matsumoto (Jepang)
  13. Rinov Rivaldy/Pitha Haningtyas (Indonesia)
  14. Supak Jomkoh/Supissara Paewsampran (Thailand)
  15. Robin Tables/Selena Piek (Netherlands)
  16. Chang Tak Ching/NG Wing Yung (Hong Kong)

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