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Indonesia Badminton

Discussion in 'Indonesia Professional Players' started by kidosetiawan, May 15, 2007.

  1. otidh

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    I think the target for Simon to reach semifinal is very very very hard since he will have to start from qualifications. :(
     
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    Losing Fran and Rijal will hurt the men's side on XD.... I'm surprised PBSI keeping Debby and pairing her with Jordan though. She really hasn't accomplished much.
    I remember having high hopes for Jenna when she was a junior. Too bad she stalled in the senior level.
     
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    Jenna basically chose the wrong discipline. Instead of XD, she chose WD.
     
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    Aprilla Yuswandari and Hera Desi just lost in the R32 of Korea Super Series, 1st SS event in year 2014. Losing pretty bad to Sayaka Takahashi and Xue Yao in straight set. Indonesian WS looks very weak and no improvement in sight. Indonesian WS is way below JPN, KOREA, CHINA, THAI. What is still missing?
     
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    Talent .... perhaps.... :D
     
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    Missing is youth development. Physical training from early age.

    We have seen that some INA MS or MD players can achieve more with the right training even though they are "less talented" than others.

    I think PBSI realize that and they start correcting the mistakes but it will take some time.
     
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    Finally the new fresh of hope has come just in time! PBSI announced that there will be new coaches for WD and WS. The Mainaky brothers are finally coaching the WD and WS departments. Reony Mainaky finally will be in charged of WD Yipppeeee!!! and Marleve WS.

    There will be 19 coaches in PBSI.
    http://olahraga.kompas.com/read/2014/01/10/1532046/19.Pelatih.Siap.Kawal.Pelatnas.Bulu.Tangkis.2014

    Give Rexy a big thumbs up!!! How can he pull it off since Reony last heard was still coaching in Japan since renewing his contract and Marleve was at Exist, a Badminton Club in North Jakarta.
     
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    Pelatnas Prestasi (Main / Senior)

    MS

    Joko Suprianto
    Didit Suluh Patria (Asisten)

    WS

    Marlev Mainaky
    Sarwendah Kusumawardhani (Asisten)

    MD

    Herry Iman Pierngadi
    Aryono (Asisten)

    WD

    Riony Mainaky
    Endra Mulyajaya (Asisten)

    XD

    Richard Mainaky
    Edwin Iriawan (Asisten)


    Pelatnas Potensi (Potential / Junior)


    MS

    Imam Tohari
    Budi Santoso (Asisten)

    WS

    Bambang Supriyanto

    MD

    Chafidz Yusuf
    Dimas Indra Prasetyo (Asisten)

    WD

    Eng Hian
    Namrih Suroto (Asisten)

    XD

    Nova Widianto
    Enroe Suryanto (Asisten)


     
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    Hendra Setiawan / Mohammad Ahsan received the 2013 MVP bonus of 1 Billion Rupiah from the Chairman of PBSI!!

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    Proud but not yet satisfied => http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2014/03/12/proud-not-yet-satisfied.html

    An interesting article from The Jakarta Post, two All England titles hopefully will boost INA shuttlers to do well in bigger target in this year, Thomas-Uber Cups, World Championships and Asian Games.

    2012 is the nightmare for INA badminton, for the first team INA Thomas team stopped by JPN at quarterfinal and zero medal in London Games.
     
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    So we are losing 2 MS from MS Prestasi but add Simon to MS Prestasi. It is time to move the MS Potensi to MS Prestasi. None of the players in the Pelatnas now can match Simon. Jonatan should have a breakthrough quickly.

    In the women side, 3 WS are booted out from WS Prestasi. Something have to change to jumpstart Lindaweni and the rest of the ladies. Can Hendrawan step in without side-stepping Marlev Mainaky?
     
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    We desperately need to start over and rebuild MS and WS. Take the example the like of Japan.
     
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    i believe, it is better for hayom to be back to Djarum.
    He is now out of comfort zone. and MUST PERFORM.
     
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    like this.

    edited:
    I don't see the like button. where is it?
     
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    Time is running out for Rexy to find at least 1 more top 8 pair for MD and XD. I think many players are capable to be in the Olympics 2016. There is just less than 1 year to before the start of the qualification.
    No doubt Towi/Butet and Hendra/Ahsan should be there. But who else. I think Kevin should be there too. Give Kevin/Selvanus a few more months, if they can't, only another few months to try a different pairing.

    As for XD, I think it should be Jordan and it is the same, another few months with Debby. Then only a few months left if they want to try a different pairing.

    WD is also not impossible to have 2 pairs in the top 8 but still unlikely at the moment.
     
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    Not sure if this has been posted anywhere, but it makes for interesting news. I'm sure [MENTION=25150]huangkwokhau[/MENTION] could provide us with some more interesting information.

    Indonesia Starts Korean Exchange Badminton Training Program

    http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/sports/indonesia-starts-korean-exchange-badminton-training-program/

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    Indonesian badminton players and administrators are determined to honor its pledge to promote the sport internationally despite a tight competition schedule.

    After signing an agreement with Nigeria to help develop players in the African country as part of the Badminton World Federation’s Adoption Program, the Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) signed an exchange program agreement with South Korea.

    Under the agreement, PBSI and the Badminton Korea Association will establish an exchange program for shuttlers.

    The program, which officially began on Friday, involves holding joint trainings for both junior and senior shuttlers, to be held in both countries in order to share experience in implementing sports sciences.
     
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    Indonesia-Korea Agree on Exchange of Young shuttlers
    Friday, June 20, 2014 | 17:20 pm

    *JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - Badminton Association of Indonesia (PBSI) and Badminton Korea Association (BKA) signed a memorandum of understanding about the development of coaching junior athletes. Such cooperation, in addition to improving the quality of young athletes, aiming to strengthen its dominance in the Asian badminton.

    "Currently, there is no such thing as dominance. Strengths each country has been uneven, both in Asia and outside Asia. However, shall remain the property badminton Asia. Cooperation as one of the businesses that still dominate force Asian badminton , "said Secretary General of the Executive Committee of the PBSI Anton Subowo a news conference in Senayan, Jakarta, Friday (20/06/2014).

    In such cooperation, there are five points agreed. First, the young athlete exchange program that was implemented on June 20, 2014. Secondly, a joint exercise between the Indonesian and Korean team comprising national team, reserve team and youth team (U-19, U-17, U-15).

    Third, training host must provide accommodation, food, transport, and training facilities for athletes. Fourth, PBSI and mutually supportive when BKA both hosted international tournaments. Fifth, PBSI and BKA collaborate in terms of sports science badminton at all levels.

    "With the exchange program, the young players will know the life of the Korean athletes. Moreover, they can also learn the local culture," said Anton.

    In addition to working with the BKA, PBSI also intend to collaborate with the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM). Previously, the BKA has signed a memorandum of understanding with the BAM. Anton added, later on between the three institutions will be established triangular cooperation.

    *Courtesy of Kompas.com with google translation to English*
     

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