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Indonesia Open SSP 2012 (1st/2nd round )

Discussion in 'Thailand Open / Indonesia Open / Singapore Open 20' started by miksss, Jun 11, 2012.

  1. mr.bulutangkis

    mr.bulutangkis Regular Member

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    And Sung Hyun Ji takes it
    18-21, 21-11, 21-18

    While Simon start struggling against HKG young talented player, WONG Wing Ki
    (noticed this HKG player beated Lin Dan)

    see you later..
     
  2. eaglehelang

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    This will be WPT/CEH's last tourney together. Then WPT will retire. CEH dunno, she may or may not continue
     
  3. badMania

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    I am pleased by the performances of the back-up and junior MD/BD pairs from either Pelatnas or PB Djarum. Despite being touted as the pair with the weakest power, Markus Fernaldi Gideon/Agripinna Prima Rahmanto Putra, managed to steal one set from the second-set Jung/Lee and they also beat Shen/Hong yesterday!

    Surprisingly, Rian Sukmawan/Rendra Wijaya also sneak into the QF as they upset KOR's 2nd pair Ko/Yoo in straight-sets! FYI, Rian Sukmawan was partnered with Eng Hian and Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki before and they had won some GP titles. Rendra Wijaya is Candra Wijaya's younger brother and was also partnered with Fran Kurniawan 3 years ago and they were also able to break into the top 30-40 if I can recall correctly. Since both players retired from the National Team, they have been representing PB Djarum in the domestic circuits (Sirnas) and won the White Nights International 2011 + participated in regional tourneys last year.

    We do have a bunch of talents in MD/BD apart from Markus/Agripinna:
    1. Muhd Ulinnuha/Ricky Karanda Suwardi - who beat Mads Conrad Petersen/Jonas Rasmussen. Winner of Vietnam IC 2011.

    2. Andrei Adistia/Christopher Rusdianto - who beat Liu Xiaolong/Qiu Zihan, winner of Bahrain IC 2011 and runner-up of India GPG 2011.

    3. Berry Angriawan/Rahmat Adianto (probably the weakest among the 4 back-up Pelatnas pairs).

    4. Ronald Alexander/Selvanus Geh - Bronze-medallist at the AJC & WJC 2011. They have made a decent progress, despite being a junior pair that was just recruited to Pelatnas early this year!

    5. Ade Yusuf Santosa/Wahyu Nayaka A.P. - also a junior pair that got recruited early this year!

    6. Edi Subaktiar/Arya Maulana Aldiartama - arguably INA's best hope for the AJC & WJC 2012 from PB Djarum. They forced Guo/Chai to 2 tight-sets yesterday!

    7. Hafiz Faisal/Putra Eka Rhoma - one of INA's hope for the AJC & WJC 2012 this year, from PB Jaya Raya.

    8. Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo/Rafiddias Akhdan Nugroho - my new favorite junior pair! If ppl here started to take notice of Agripinna for his trickery, I believe Kevin is also another excellent talent in the making,despite being only 16 this year and this pair already won 3 consecutive titles in BD U-19 in the past 1 month or so! They lost to Ronald/Selvanus in the qualifying round simply due to their lack of experience in the senior-level tourneys.

    Besides, we have Yohanes Rendy Sugiarto, the AJC 2009 winner, who's still looking for the suitable partner.

    I believe INA is not short of talents in MD for the next 5-10 years.
     
  4. etudiant

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    Congrats SJH..

    Besides Schenk she is posses with lovely crosscourt drive that quite unorthodox style
     
  5. sen

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    If it is not the real LD, then it might not be the real CL too this week. All need to be cautious of injury.

    I think the biggest test is tomorrow against DPY because DPY not going to Olympic. If Sony can win, he might be into the final and win unless fatigue from too many matches in the last 10 days.
     
  6. mi_chiamo_joel

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    alamsyah steal G1 from hu yun 21-11
     
  7. etudiant

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    Alam wants to join Hayom and Sony it seems :)
     
  8. etudiant

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    This might be the best results of Ina MS in SS tourney in long time..
     
  9. Licin

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    Chen Long, please do not lose to India MS....I want you to face SDk....
     
  10. Licin

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    hahaha, no it is not that... I mean that CBA wants junior CBA player to have the experience in fighting with SDK...
     
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    Go INA MS, GO GO GO
     
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    Oh good point... i overlook the point that player have to be very careful since OG is around the corner...
     
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    Update score please....
     
  14. Jagdpanther

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    I'm glad that we've got a load of promising young MD (and XD) pairs too. But honestly, what I really wish is two or three exceptionally good, consistent, upset-resistant pairs. Just like CHN and KOR.
    You see, it doesn't matter if we have > 20 good MD pairs, because we can only submit 2 pairs for Thomas Cup. Or maximum 3 pairs for Olympics.
     
  15. Licin

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    CL vs Kashyap : 17-21 ; 1-2
    Alam vs Hu yun : 21-11 ; 20-20
    Simon vs WWK : 15-21 ; 21-16 ; 3-4
     
  16. mi_chiamo_joel

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    Alamsyah 20-21 Hu yun
    simon 3-5 wong
     
  17. mi_chiamo_joel

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    Hu yun take G2 22-20
     
  18. Justin L

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    Yes,all the Olympians have to be careful not to risk injury with the Olympics just a little more than a month away. The non-Olympians can go all out to win.
     
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    another upset moment... CHEN LONG oust!!!
     
  20. badMania

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    Simon overturns a 13-18 deficit and now leads 19-18.
     

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