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Djarum Sirnas 2012 - Indonesia National Circuit

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

  1. Sandy

    Sandy Regular Member

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    Final TV court, GS U-15 replaced by XD U-19
    It's ok since Devi Yunita & Meirisa Cindy were out in SF.

    Praying hard, Pleasssse MS replaced by GS U-19. Berliyan vs Setyana match is more more interesting than we watch Fauzi Adnan, Senatria, etc again and again boooring :mad:
     
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    Well done Berliyan Sudrajat!! She knocked out the top seed Rina Andriani in 3 sets eventhough she hold match point at 20-19 in second set. And the dream final happen, Berliyan vs Setyana in final ;)

    Will support Berliyan to clinch her first U-19 title in Sirnas!
     
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    While in GS U-15, Gregoria Mariska continue her gallant run, top seed Sarah Christin is out, will Gregoria win the title? Let's see.
     
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    Yeah, Devi has height advantage. First time to saw Fitriani, agree that her smash is powerful,got sharp dropshot, and fast footwork too, hope she will grow taller :D
     
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    The BD Taruna Final is as expected, the big clash between the top 2 seeds from Jaya Raya vs Djarum. Let's see if Jeka Wiratama/Rafiddias Akhdan Nugroho can lift their first Taruna title this year.

    Results against R. Eka Fajar Kusuma/Rian Swastedian last year:
    - WIN at Sirnas Jakarta Open U17 FINAL (21-18, 21-15)
    - LOSE at Sirnas Jatim Open U19 QF (21-23, 18-21)
     
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    in term of attacking play, i think Jeka/Raffi is better than Fajar/Rian. but in term of defensive play and skill, Fajar/Rian is better.

    whether Jeka/Raffi win or not tomorrow, i still think Jeka/Raffi has better future compare to Fajar/Rian. Let see their development years ahead. I am a fan of Fajar actually, he has a very good skill, but has height problem.

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    As i expected, Eska Rivan Jaya have made 2 upsets so far. Let see how he fare against Endrue Tampi tomorrow.
     
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    It's interesting to watch how Fikri Ihsandi play against Feby Ardiansyah Ramadhan.
    Fikri looks to have a good improvement.
    now he has many variations in his shots and looks much better in attacking play.
    More powerful compare to last year in my opinion.
    It will be better if Fikri can overcome his weaknesses in defence.

    Regeneration in MS looks very good in years ahead.
    It will boost the competition for Pelatnas spot and push Pelatnas player to give a performance every time they are given an opportunity because there are plenty of players who are ready to take their Pelatnas spot if they do not perform.
     
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    looks like mutiara bandung continues to produce some excellent seeds in GS, in the name of Linda Mutiara Pertiwi and Sinta Arum

    Good to see that.
     
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    fathonezic Regular Member

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    Yes, looking at how Shinta Arum defeated Devi Yunita quite easy, she should be very good. According to PBSI website, Shinta Arum was born in 1997.
    Another promising talent from 1997 batch ??

    I think, Mutiara start to be a "real" big club. not just a mediocre club as before.
    Would like to see another AJC and WJC medalist from Mutiara after Suci Rizki Andini/Tiara Rosalia Nuraidah.
     
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    Wow, congratulations on Berliyan's success in U-19 (so far).... But frankly, Setyana will be too difficult for her to beat (for now)...
     
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    I start to like Serena :D From these pictures, seems like she have good physical, still 12 y.o anyway. How tall is she?

    (pictures taken from pbdjarum website)
    pic2b907c9.jpg pic6cbc055.jpg serena2.jpg
     
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    Berliyan lost first game 17-21, now 6-5
     
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    Berliyan nearly seal second game. 19-15

    come on.. 19-16

    two more!
     
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    and yess.. Berliyan take second game 21-16.

    heading to rubber!
     
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    GS U-19 much more interesting to watch rather than MS. Countless how much Fauzi Adnan broadcasted in 2 hours Sirnas by TVRI.
     
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    TVRI probably knows nothing about badminton....and they thought MS is the most prestigious event in the list of the all the Dewasa events.
     
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    Good to see Maria Elfira Christina and Ari Yuli Wahyu Hartanto starting to coach the youngsters already.
     
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    Gregoria is trailing 7-13 against Melisa Andesti.. any info of Melisa?
     
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    wow, Gregoria fight back, 15-17.
     
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    Strong mentally, Gregoria Mariska far left behind and win 21-19. Some people said, she plays like "Bulls"
     

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