I think it is also important to be realistic when setting targets. That does not mean that once you reach the target, you don't try to go beyond. In this instance, I am not that satisfied because I know he has it in him to beat Kenneth (no disrespect to Kenneth). But then again I was also very relieved that he went past Ronald Susilo in the second round, so if I knew before the tournament that he would reach the quarterfinals, I would have happily taken it. Maybe it's just me and my under-achieving mental attitude, but it would do not good to keep failing to reach your target.