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Djarum Sirnas 2012 - Indonesia National Circuit

Discussion in '2012 Tournaments' started by miksss, Jan 20, 2012.

  1. badMania

    badMania Regular Member

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    Tedi Supriadi is 16 and Yantoni Edy Saputra just turned 15. PB Djarum just keeps churning out talented young BD pairs. They already won the Pertamina Open 2011 (BD U-17), ditto for Hantoro/Arsya Isnanu Ardi Putra (17/16). Just promoted to Taruna (U-19) and they already won the Sirnas Makassar 2012 title and reached the Final of Sirnas Jakarta 2012.
     
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    they also beat vita/nadya last week in jakarta..
     
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    down 3-7. Fitriani turn to lead 11-9. she is going to win back to back title for sure
     
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    Fitriani 15-10
     
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    Edi Subaktiar/Melati Daeva Oktaviani won their second back-to-back titles in Sirnas Jakarta & Bandung 2012. They will definitely be INA's no 1 XD pair for the AJC & WJC 2012.
     
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    Vito takes the first-set 21-14. In WS, Pelatnas girls once again returns home without a title.
     
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    Vito is in absolute control...leading 11-1.

    Next week will also be a big test for Vito as he faces Qiao Bin in R64 of the Thailand Open GPG.
     
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    Wisnu shows his never-die spirit yet again as he's now only trailing 3 pts.
     
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    From 12-1...to 12-9. Wisnu deserves to be in the AJC team (if he's still eligible).
     
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    From 13-9 to now 13-12. What happens to Vito?
     
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    13-12
    16-12
    17-16

    Wisnu simply never gave up.
     
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    Finally, Shesar Hiren Rhustavito wraps it up 21-14, 21-17. Wisnu deserves praises for his never-to-die spirit.
     
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    Congratulation Vito !!
    deserve to be no 1 Pelatnas MS Back Up now !!
     
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    In the BD U-19 Final, Kevin/Rafi are in control. They should take the first-set.
     
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    And in MD, surprise surprise, the scratch pairing of Hardianto/Mohd Rizki Delynugraha take the first-set 21-17.
     
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    An easy 21-12 for Kevin/Rafi as expected.
     
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    looks like hardianto is a good talent.....

    seriously, i never expect that all of new INA MD pairs can perform really well in the last 3 tourneys...!!
     
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    It's 16-8 to Kevin/Rafi now. Their level (mainly due to Kevin's experience I believe) is simply above the other pairs in U-19, including their team-mates Hantoro/Arsya and Tedi/Yantoni.
     
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    Unfortunately, I heard that Ivandi Danang will not be roped into Pelatnas.
     
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    In a blink of an eye, it's all over as Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo/Rafiddias Akhdan Nugroho confirm their status as PB Djarum's hottest rising pair now with 2 titles in 2 tourneys. It's another easy win today...21-12, 21-12. What can I say abt Kevin now.....too bad we couldn't watch the livestream :(

    In the past 10 matches, they were only stretched to 3 sets once...in today's SF match against Aldo Abdillah/Alfian Sangaji.
     

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