Anders Antonsen was beaten in two sets, as he on Wednesday met Jonatan Christie of Indonesia in sæsonfinalen.

Anders Antonsen got a bad start, as he on Wednesday took a hole in the sæsonfinalen in badminton, which is played in Guangzhou in China.

the Strings on four rackets was broken, when the Danish badminton player lost in two sets to Jonatan Christie of Indonesia with the digits 21-23, 16-21.

Thus it looks difficult for the 22-year-old dane to advance to the semifinals of the World The last tournament of the year.

Sæsonfinalen is carried out with an initial group stage. In each group there are four participants, each through three games. The two go on to the semifinals.

in Addition to Christie are Antonsen in the group with the last Kento Momota from Japan and Tzu-Wei Wang from Taiwan.

Christie com best started Wednesday’s match and was ahead 9-5 along the way in the first set. Antonsen oppede, however, his game and came up on the side of the indoneseren at 11-11.

Away went the two at a highly intense set, along the way costing Antonsen three broken rackets as the strings jumped.

the Dane abused a sætbold at 21-20, and instead he could see indoneseren pick up three points in a row and secure the set.

It seemed to shake Antonsen, who did not found the rhythm in the second set, while Christie took the game forward from the best shelf.

It resulted in a prompt indonesian lead at 11-2.

Behind 5-17 began Antonsen again to find a foothold and began a comeback. He reached at 16-19, before Christie made the work finished, after Antonsens the fourth racket of the match went to pieces.

Thursday, waiting for Kento Momota, and this requires a victory for the Antonsen of the last, if he will advance from the group stage.

Earlier on Wednesday got the other Danish participant in sæsonfinalen, Viktor Axelsen, also a bad start, as it was to defeat in three sets to hjemmebanehåbet Chen Long.

Abreu meetings on Thursday the world’s number-two, Tien Chen Chou, prior to the last opponent in the group, Anthony Ginting waiting for Friday.