Defending champion and Denmark's top men's singles shuttler Jan O. Jorgensen, who has arrived in Indonesia, has been in fine form despite losing to countryman Viktor Axelsen at last week's Australian Open.
"Yes, I had a tough week last week, but I hope I can maintain a good run. And hopefully it's not the hair that brought me victory last year," Jorgensen joked about his new shorter haircut to the Jakarta Globe.
"I've had a lot of good matches this year. The Indonesia Open as a Superseries Premier is a top competition and it would be likely very tough from the beginning.
“I think the toughest rivals will still be China's Chen Long and Lin Dan," he added.