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2017 Indonesian PBSI Sponsorship Athletes

Discussion in 'Indonesia Professional Players' started by clawhammers, Feb 19, 2017.

  1. clawhammers

    clawhammers Regular Member

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    Simple translation.

    Yonex sponsors 75% of Indonesian players now.
    Yonex retains (as co-sponsors) the Indonesia Open and Indonesia Masters

    The main/primary sponsor to Indonesia Open is still BCA (Largest Indonesian Banking institution, a subsidiary of Djarum Group)
    There is no information concerning sponsorship to Indonesia GP Gold

    Victor were being outbid by YY and Lining.

    Li-ning made selective bid to Indonesian stars, i.e., Owi/Butet and Mohammad Ahsan
    They also secure their place by performing a smart bid in supporting PBSI in Thomas/Uber, and Sudirman Cup.
    Last but not least, Li-Ning supports with official mats and prizes for Indonesian National Tournament.

    Flypower provides official shuttlecock to Indonesian National Tournament.


    Note : there is no detail explanation concerning term of contract to each of sponsored players (1 or 2 years)
     
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  2. Espírito Santo

    Espírito Santo Regular Member

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    According to Yoppy Rosimin and Badmintonindonesia.org, the contracts for majority of players is 2 years.

    Big lost for Victor, their star players like Jonatan Christie, Gideon Markus, Kevin Sanjaya, Tontowi Ahmad, Liliyana Natsir signed by Yonex and Li-Ning.
     
  3. necrohiero

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    Probably Victor focused more on bids to the Korean national team?

    Nice to see Li-Ning get more ground
     

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