Juliane Schenk, the top shuttler form Germany, showed her lofty skills on court and easily gave a severe lesson to Larisa Griga of Ukraine in Women’s Singles Group N showdown at Olympic Games 2012 at Wembley Indoor Arena, in London, on July
The aggressive Schenk, who has been positioned at number six in the Women’s Singles world ranking, put up staggering performance against Larisa and easily grabbed victory in an emphatic fashion.
The higher ranked Schenk showed no mercy to Larisa in the entire fight as she played aggressive and controlled badminton and ended it in two sets with a lopsided margin.
On the other hand, the un-seeded Larisa found herself helpless against her aggressive German opponent as she failed to put up strong resistance on court and eventually lost the fight without snatching any set from Schenk.
In the first game, the in-form Schenk, who has been playing tremendous badminton for the last few months, played with great confidence against Larisa and easily took an impressive lead on score board until the one-minute break.
The sixth-seeded German shuttler continued her roller-coaster performance after the break and remained in complete control of rallies.
In the meanwhile, Larisa remained struggling on court as she failed to effectively return the shots of Schenk who easily took the opening set with a superb 21-12 margin on score board.
In the second set of this Women’s Singles contest, Schenk continued her killing performance without showing any respect to her rival and remained successful in maintaining an upper hand over Larisa.
Schenk remained positive and composed in her elevated play as she did not committed mistakes and took a wonderful lead until the mid-game interval.
The higher ranked Schenk continued her smooth run after the one-minute break while keeping her rival under pressure all the way to end up the game with a superb margin of 21-14.
The impressive Schenk proved her superiority in the arena by putting up superb show of dominating badminton and ending up the group contest in straight games with a smashing 21-12 and 21-14 margin on the score board.