Greysia Polii : “So many people, not just me, have been through adversity and unforgettable moments as well. I guess the London Olympics taught me to never give up on your dreams. And I know I’m not just saying it, I want to mean it every day of my life. I just really go day by day, it’s just bonus from God that I could be here and in the final of the Olympics in 2021.”

Apriyani Rahayu : “I kept telling Greysia, don’t quit, just play with me. And I was convinced by her motivation, her hard work every day, her grit, and her desire to be a champion.”

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