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Indonesia Juniors !!

Discussion in 'Indonesia Professional Players' started by fathonezic, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. Licin

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    Lets hope new PBSI team might do some necessary changes for them to be able to challenge the world.
     
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    Good or just so-so in junior actually may not matter much in senior. Attitude and right development will create a good result in senior.

    Anyway, I think the WJC is for experience
     
  3. fathonezic

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    i know it, but many good players in senior are good also in juniors...
    lin dan ... AJC winner 2000
    sony... WJC SF 2000
    bao chunlai... WJC Winner 2000
    Lee Chong Wei... WJC SF 2000
    Lee Yong Dae... WJC winner,
    Markis Kido/Liliyana, AJC Winner 2003
    Chen Long, Maneepong Jongjit, Axelsen, Ratchanok WJC Winner...
    and many more,,,... at least, many of them reach QF in WJC or AJC...

    cmiiw

    but i agree with you, attitude and right development is the most important.
    Junior achievement only show that they were well developed in their junior time
     
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    Yes, exactly what I meant. INA has done well, 7 in QF. Whether they become semifinalists or champions or others, at least by participating in WJC and AJC, they gained the experience.

    We hardly seen players who are not playing in juniors squad in WJC or AJC, becoming very good in senior. But winning in juniors competition not necessary developing into senior level.
     
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    Congratulations for INA juniors for one surely tittle ini WJC 2012. XD once again put 2 pairs ini the final by bertingkat 2 CHN pairs ini semi. Hidup INA Junior!!!
     
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    the result this year is worse compare to last year, with only 1 gold and 1 silver
     
  7. fathonezic

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    congratulation Edi/Melati... big bonus from PB Djarum :)
     
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    Last year, juniors from "that country" didn't participate... ;)
     
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    not much different after they participate:p
     
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    haiyah.. no matter they participate or not, we must be better and better..
     
  11. fathonezic

    fathonezic Regular Member

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    so damn right, rosid !

    bajinguk bener tenan dab !
     
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    Jagdpanther Regular Member

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    Easier said than done, mas... :confused:
     
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    aiyor yor,they won the team event,i thought it would have belongs to japan who won 2 gold and 2 silver in individual tournament.
    but anyhow,they perform even worst than what i expected(which i believe is the most pessimistic)
     
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    next year will be very hard for INA... no world class junior player. only Kevin/Raffi :(
     
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    Wait until they enter CBA and feel LYB midas touch. Roar!!! :p
    But seriously, this is the aspect where CBA really excels. I have to admit (and admire) that. :)
     
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    yes
    i believe pbsi will become like cba soon in term of producing result(without match fixing of couse)
     
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    how can you so confidence, limsy ?
    even, i only feel that we will get better result, but not as good as CBA.
    we dont have the talent they have... our talent in WS and WD are good but not so good like CBA have...

    looking at MS, our talent is not very good as well...
    even, if the coaching staff is still the same as before, i dont think we will make it big.

    actually i prefer rexy to be the head coach in double (WD and MD).
     
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    After the euphoria of retaining the XD title in the WJC, it's time to begin thinking about who are the players we shall send to AJC/WJC 2013. I believe that the quality of players may actually be inferior compared to this year, especially in XD (with Edi, Melati, Alfian, etc all no longer eligible).

    Some of the candidate players:
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    Fikri Ihsandi Hadmadi
    (17) - he will still be eligible next year and hopefully the experience this year will help him. 1 Sirnas title in 2012 and Kejurnas 2011.

    Ihsan Maulana Mustofa (17) - 3 Sirnas titles in 2012

    Jonathan Christie (15) - not sure if he's selected since he will only be 16 next year, but I think we should send him! BNI-Astec title (Taruna) in 2012, 4 Sirnas titles (3 in Remaja+1 Taruna) in 2011.

    BD - we are spoilt for choice here...but need to select the top 3!
    Arya Maulana Aldiartama (17) - he will still be eligible but will he be kept by Djarum and paired with another player? Tough decision! One alternative is to partner Kevin back with Arya and then Rafi with Jeka Wiratama?

    Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo/Rafiddias Akhdan Nugroho (17/16) - both have tasted painful defeat this year and hopefully they will come back stronger next year (esp for Rafi).

    Hantoro/Arsya Isnanu Ardi Putra (17/16) - 1 Sirnas title (Taruna) and India Junior Challenge title in 2012.

    Tedi Supriadi/Yantoni Edy Saputra (16/15) - 1 Sirnas title (Taruna) in 2012.

    R. Eka Fajar Kusuma/Rian Swastedian (17/16) - 2 Sirnas titles (Taruna) in 2012 and 3 more (Remaja) in 2011. But current form isn't exactly that good. Still, I think we need Rian Swastedian in XD!

    GS
    Hanna Ramadhini (17) - she will surely be selected considering her decent achievement in AJC & WJC this year. She's also the Kejurnas 2011 winner.

    Setyana Mapasa (17) - ditto as Hanna. She also won 2 Sirnas titles (Taruna) and the Tangkas-Specs Junior Challenge in 2012.

    Lya Ersalita or Ruselli Hartawan (15) - I feel that they better concentrate in GD and XD maybe.

    Fitriani (14) - she's already winning 4 Sirnas titles (Remaja)+Cilegon Open and BNI Astec titles in 2012. Definitely the most promising of the U-17.

    GD
    Rosyita Eka Putri Sari
    (15) - Rosyita will need a new partner. Masita Mahmudin (16) or Desaula Gendy (17) perhaps perhaps?

    Lya Ersalita/Ruselly Hartawan (15) -1 Sirnas title (Taruna) and Li-Ning Junior International in 2012.

    Berliyan Sudrajat/Meirisa Cindy Sahputri (16/16) - 4 Sirnas titles (Remaja) in 2012.

    XD
    Rian Swastedian/Masita Mahmudin
    (16/16)- 3 Sirnas titles+BNI Astec title (Taruna) in 2012 and 5 Sirnas titles (Remaja) in 2011. So far, they look to be the strongest.

    Aldo Abdillah Harsono/Desaula Gendy (17/17)- 3 Sirnas titles (Remaja) in 2011.

    Tedi Supriadi/Della Augusta Surya (16/17) - Runner-Up in Tangkas-Specs Junior Challenge 2012.
     
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    because hauge is there
    he is passionate!
     
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    i understand... he also the one that make me feel optimistic... :D
     

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