Ronan Lebar/Audrey Fontaine are out of the Indonasia Masters 2018 (BadmintonPhoto)
Labar: Very frustrated
Date: 1/23/2018 8:45 AM
Published by : Niels Nedergaard
Ronan Labar/Audrey Fontaine from France lost their first game at Daihutsa Indonesia Masters 2018 in two games with 21-19/21-19.

It was a close game in the first round of Daihutsa Indonesia Masters 2018, when Ronan Labar/Andrey Fontaine from France met Lee Yang/Hsu Ya Ching from Chinese Taipei. In the end Lee Yang/Hsu Ya Ching took the win, and it means that Ronan Labar/Audrey Fontaine are done in the tournament. 

After the game was Ronan Labar very frustrated about the performance today.

- We are very frustrated and disappointed about our performance today. I think that it was a very good chance to reach the next round and we didn't manage to play our regular level. So right now it's a lot of frustration, said Ronan Labar to Badminton Europe after the game and added:

- Now we going back home and I hope that we will be able to play our best for the next tournaments in Swiss and all England before europeans, ended Ronan Labar.

Bastian Kersaudy/Lea Palermo also out of Daihutsa Indonesia Masters
The other French pair Bastian Kersaudy/Lea Palermo are also out of the Daihutsa Indonesia Masters after having lost in two games against the fourth seeded pair from Hong Kong, Tang Chun Man/Tse Ying Suet.

Bastian Kersaudy/Lea Palermo lost the game with 21-12/21-19. On the other hand, are the Danish pair in mixed doubles Mathias Christiansen/Christinna Pedersen into the next round after a win in two games.

The eight seeded Danish pair defeated Lukhi Apri Nugroho/Rihin Amelia from Indonesia in two games with 21-15/21-17.

You can view all the results from Daihatsu Indonesia Masters here
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