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ANA Badminton Asia Youth U17 & U15 Championships 2010

Discussion in '2010 Tournaments' started by Sandy, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. Sandy

    Sandy Regular Member

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    Venue: Chiba Port Arena
    1-20 Tonya-cho, Chuo-ku, Chiba-shi, Chiba-ken 260-0025
    Tel: +81 43-241-0006

    Tournament Date: 29th October to 1st November 2010

    Referee: TBC
    D. Referee: Mr. Sano Tomoharu (JPN)
    Mr. Kojima Hiroyuki (JPN)

    Events: Boys’ Singles [U17, U15]
    Girls’ Singles [U17, U15]
    Boys’ Doubles [U17, U15]
    Girls’ Doubles [U17, U15]

    Eligibility: For under 17 years old; born on 1994 onwards
    For under 15 years old; born on 1996 onwards
    The minimum age for all players is 10 years old.
     
  2. Sandy

    Sandy Regular Member

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    INA's team list (Only the names from PB. Djarum, from the other clubs didn't know yet)

    BS U-15 :
    1. Andrew Susanto
    2. M. Bayu Pangisthu

    BS U-17 :
    1. Kho Henrikho Wibowo
    2. Thomi Azizan Mahbub

    GS U-15 :
    1. Syafitri Nur Azizah

    BD U-15 :
    1. Jeka Wiratama/Rafiddias Akhdan Nugroho

    BD U-17 :
    1. Edi Subaktiar/Felix Kinalsal
     
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    Andrew Susanto, Hermawan & Sarwendah's son is a Djarum player ? Good to see him playing in international tournament.
     
  5. Krisna

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    Yes, Andrew is the 3rd generation player in his family who went to play badminton at Djarum Badminton club...
    Agus Susanto, Thomas Cup team member in the 1960s
    Hermawan Susanto, Thomas Cup team member in the 1990s
    Andrew Susanto, Thomas Cup team member in the 2020s?!? :)
     
  6. Krisna

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    Indonesia will send a total of 20 players to Chiba...
    9 from PB. Djarum (4 BS, 4 BD, 1 GS)
    6 from PB. Jaya Raya (2 BD players, 4 GD players)
    4 from PB. Tangkas Alfamart (3 boys, 1 girl)
    1 from PB. Suryanaga (1 GS)

    All tickets and expenses [other than 5 free rooms provided by the Japanese organizers] are paid by the individual INA clubs...
     
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  7. Sandy

    Sandy Regular Member

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    Just guessing the names,

    PB. Jaya Raya :
    U-17 : Anggia Shitta Awanda, Shela Devi Aulia, Hafiz Faizal, Putra Eka Roma
    U-15 : Lya Ersalita, Ruselly Hartawan

    PB. Tangkas
    U-17 : Fikri Ikhsandi. Ari Januari, Setyana Mapasa
    U-15 : Jonathan Christie

    PB. Suryanaga
    U-15 : Meirisa Cindy Sahputri

    I heard Berliyan Sudrajat (U-15) also called for Selection in Jakarta, just sound weird the deadline was closed on October 5th, 2010. If her club (PB. Semen Gresik) don't have money, poor her.
    Hanna Ramadhini (U-17) won't be sent there, maybe she still injury.
     
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    what is the consideration of player who is sent to this tournament?

    i only saw top 4 big club in indonesia.

    i think, pbsi should make selection first before they sent the players to this tournament. so, some player from small club also can compete.......:):):)
     
  9. Krisna

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    There is no logic in making a selection if PBSI won't fund anyone... :pWhen PBSI announced to not give out travelling funds to whomever is going to Japan, the small clubs without adequate funds support just withdrew... The 4 big clubs of INA [who probably have more money than PBSI] stepped in... :p
     
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    haha, it was a good reason:D whereas some cost of the tournament will be paid by japan itself, but pbsi still cannot give funds....so pity they are:p
     
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    The victim of this system is Berliyan Sudrajat who qualified on U-15, GS & GD paired with Meirisa Cindy. She failed to go because of her club (PB. Semen Gresik) no money to send her, it so pity.
    Look liked badminton isn't the priority of Semen Gresik (Goverment's Cement Company), they prefer to Soccer & Volleyball.
     
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    whoaaaaa, actually she is good player in my sight. she will get more exp if she can go to japan. i believe some player from others clubs also facing sam problems....haha. nothing to say....!!
     
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    haiya. why don't they make it on december?
     
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    Entry list is out

    Chiba city has a suspended monorail transportation system. Very interesting.
    I've only heard of Wuppertal in Germany having a similar network. Wanted to go there to ride on it, but unfortunately, I'm not free during the duration of this event

    Chibaa.jpg
     

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    Wow my guessing are right, maybe I'm suitable to sit on Junior Player Selection Team, he he :cool: :D
     
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    NO CHINA juniors here. Edi Subaktiar/Felix Kinalsal should grab a title here.
     
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    You are a genius, Sandy! :D

    I don't know who those 2 KOR BD are..... but any BD doubles from KOR should be good... :p That's their reputation... Like any GD and GS sent by China cannot be too weak...
     
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    I noticed that Iran sent way more girls than boys to Chiba... :eek:

    2 years ago, PBSI officials had to kick several Iranian girls out of Riyanto Subagja's room... They were being aggressively flirtatious towards him, swarming him like groupies... Wearing head scarf in the courts, seemingly conservative Muslim in public, .......but when not in public, they behave like any other flirty teenagers from the more liberal parts of the world... :D hahaha...
     
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    This year whose player need the bodyguard ?
    Thomi Azizan or "King" movie star, Jonathan Christie? :D
     
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    Hahahaha! True!!!! Indonesian badminton is lucky to have some good looking players... One day, they will attrack hoards of female fans...
     
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