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Indonesia Badminton

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

  1. whack_d_net

    whack_d_net Regular Member

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    Unfortunately from JOSS we only manage to bag one title from MD as TH lost to BCL :(
    TH crumbled again in finale and he need to wait a lil longer to finally get his 1st ever SS title :p
    Well this is 1st SS title for MK/HS after Kido's illness as well as for INA camp since quite a long time
    This year, overall we only get 2 out of 40 SS titles from total 8 SS tourneys
    Quite dissapointing, though :(
    Hope INA will get the better outings in the rest of SS tourneys (Denmark, France, China, HK)
    Good luck for all INA players!
     
  2. whack_d_net

    whack_d_net Regular Member

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    Btw i'm a bit afraid bout SDK and Greysia Pollii's injuries. Any recent news?
    Esp. for SDK, he already lost lots of WR pts as he unable to defend his titles in Indonesia, China Masters and Japan Open SS
    His WR already dropped to outside Top 10, rite?
    Hope his marriage didn't really start to take a toll on him, though :rolleyes:
    LOL, just kidding
    Hehehe :D :D
    If he unable to get back in best shape right in time, i'm afraid his WR will "terjun bebas" furthermore,
    Just like what happened to MKY :( :(
     
  3. Jagdpanther

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    Psst, some 'friend' will respond, "Haiyah, Kido/Hendra can only win because LYD/JJS didn't participate..." :rolleyes:

    Oh, c'mon! At least we got 1! Better than nothing.
    Gen. Djoko must be quite relieved by this result. :p
    Let's see. We got 1 title... and 2 players injured. :(



    Hmm... 'That thread' got locked, meh? :eek:
     
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    Yeah, SDK WR is #12 now (per 24th September/09). And more painful is Maria Kristin, her WR is #52, decline so fast:mad:
     
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    Sony, MK/HS with KKK/TBH and Tago will go to 3 cities (one of them is Osaka)for exhibiton until Thursday..Sony,replacing LCW....
     
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    i wish i could watch them live in Japan, KKK/TBH and MK/HS...
     
  7. whack_d_net

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    Well if that's the case,
    then we may have slight hope too from MD in Denmark Open SS, rite?
    as LYD/JSS and CY/FHF also skip that tourney
    LOL :D :D
    ...
    Yup with what so called better preparations (+luck +some withdrawl) finally we able to end the title drought :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
    But, a title is still a title, regardless :p :p
    Hmm, no comment bout what Gen. Djoko may feeling bout this, though
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    Hahaha you naughty boy! Look what you've done :D :D
    "that thread" become so hot and full of various stuffs just like "Pasar Tumpah" :D :D
    Fortunately, that thread already CLOSED by TS (chris@ccc) :) :)
    I wonder what'll show up next had it ain't closed yet
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    ...
    As for SDK, i guess his condition is okay, then?
    Well, he can use this exhibition trip as a honeymoon w/ his wife as well
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    Hehehe just kidding :D :D
     
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    at least markis kido/ hendra setiawan can back with their business ...
    have a title in men doubles ....
    lol ...
    now indonesia have 2 title from lilyana natsir/nova widianto and markis kido/hendra setiawan ...
    i hope indonesia badminton can win many title ,,,
    lol
     
  9. jug8man

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    Am wondering what our Indonesian neighbours think of the current hot topic in Malaysian Badminton. the national player Tan Chun Seang banned from BWF tournaments for 2 years for quiting badminton because of 'personal problems'.

    What are your reaction? is it any of the following????

    1) totally not fair to the player
    2) Laugh out loud. Malaysian players are so spoiled and immature
    3) Who's Tan Chun Seang????
    4) Don't care

    Do share your thoughts if ok. Sorry if I sort of hijack. But just want to know our negihbour opinion. Thanks.
     
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    Compare to PBSI done, I chosed #1
    PBSI let Hendra/Alvent & Vita Marissa played independently without any fee transfer.
    As for Taufik Hidayat & Flandy Limpele, I think their dedication is enough, no need fee transfer.
     
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    I'm divided between 1 & 4...

    Still, I don't know the true story why TCS quit. Really family problem or...? :confused: If he indeed lied and used this reason as an excuse to quit national team so that he can play under a club's wing, then perhaps... I consider the ban as a punishment by BAM. I mean, if only he was a little more honest.
     
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    I know the whole story of TCS....to make story short..TCS did not tell the truth to begin with...pretending to be sick and did not attend the training and got caught doing "someting" ( I cant tell the activities )....next day..he announced he quit due to family problem....I do not know it is fair or not..I cant decide
     
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    5) Let TCS pay some sort of transfer fee to get out of his "contract" with BAM.
     
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    If TCS is fair and just say he does not like the training methods of the MAS National Team [too hard, ineffective, whatever...] or he doesn't like the overall management [lack of clarity, chemestry, or fairness...], then: he should just plainly resign and BAM allow him to play outside the MAS national team, but still represent MAS, similar to Taufik, Vita-Hendra, etc. still representing INA despite not being in the INA national team... :cool: A democratic country should just do this to respect everyone's right.

    If, on the other hand, [from what I heard] he is not disciplined and somewhat a troublemaker within the MAS 2nd tier squad, then went on to make up stories such as personal family problems etc and being dishonest about his real intentions of quitting, then I agree with BAM: ban him for 2 years! :p Let that be a lesson for everyone in MAS! ;) I think the PBSI management should do the same if this was a case in INA... :)
     
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    Thank you for the fwwdback so far. I'm very happy with everyone's argument and opinion here. I should make more Indonesian friends to talk to. haha.
     
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    I agree. I Think that option is stated in his contract. I don't think he is willing and tried to get out of it.

    I'm sure I don't have ALL the facts tho.
     
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    actually is 6
    both are wrong
    haha
     
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    INA combined forces of Pelatnas, club (Djarum), and independent shuttlers make us proud by winning 3 1/2 titles (WS, WD, MD, and XD) in Vietnam Open GP.

    Maybe it's nothing compared to SS titles, but, any victories will always be appreciated. Congrats for all the winners! :)
     
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    INA badminton's fengshui in Vietnam tend to be good over the last few years... :D
     
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    Lol yes, Ina has been good even if the national team isn't in his best form this year.
    Perhaps the indonesian badminton is showing us the way to the high level : the end of nationals teams and the start of the independant era, like in tennis !

    Congrats to the old Flandy, still winning !
     

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