Hendra Setiawan/Mohammad Ahsan restore the supremacy of Indonesia by becoming winner in men’s doubles All England Champion 2014. In the final, Hendra/Ahsan, who was seeded in the first place beating Japan, Hiroyuki Endo couples/Kenichi Hayakawa, with 21-19, 21-19, on Sunday (9/3/2014).
Match first held tight and suspenseful. Hendra/Ahsan was depressed and lagging up to 14-16. However, in this position, they were like a second wind and was able to get turned around superior before winning 21-19.
In the second match also held tight. Hendra/Ahsan superior first 11-9. However, the couple of Japan does not want to surrender and pursue the score to 15-15. Finally, a pair of Indonesia 21-19 win.
This title is the 17th title for Indonesia in All England men’s doubles number. Indonesia captured the men’s doubles championship was first in 1972 on behalf of Christian Hadinata/Ade Chandra. After that, the continued supremacy of Tjuntjun/Johan Wahyudi, Kartono, Heryanto/Ricky Subagja/Rexy Mainaky, to 2003 on behalf of Candra Wijaya/Sigit Budiarto.