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Indonesian Open SS Premier 2012 : Comment on Matches (Qualifying-12th June)

Discussion in 'Thailand Open / Indonesia Open / Singapore Open 20' started by etudiant, Jun 10, 2012.

  1. etudiant

    etudiant Regular Member

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    Last 2 SS before OG begins

    Let's begin the excitement, folks...
     
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    all the best Linda, April, Bella, Melati/Rosyita...
     
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    Many INA players involved in the Qualifying Rounds and I am interested in some matches:

    MSQ
    Evert Sukamta vs Shesar Hiren Rhustavito - if Vito can win this one, it will signal some progress for him and no progress for Evert.

    Sai Praneeth B.
    vs Andre Kurniawan Tedjono - the Indian player has the edge as Andre usually faces problems against Asian opponents in Asian tourneys.

    Anand Pawar vs Sony Dwi Kuncoro - 2 tourneys and 2 Finals including a title for Sony in the past 2 GPG events. I think he can qualify to the Main Draw.

    WSQ
    Lindaweni Fanetri
    vs Salakjit Ponsana - a tough opener for Lindaweni but if she can negotiate this one, I think she can progress to the Main Draw.

    Xing Aiying [3] vs Renna Suwarno - Xing has the edge.

    Febby Angguni vs Chen Jiayuan - Febby might be a serial Sirnas winner, but, I don't think she can beat the Singaporean player.

    Busanan Ongbumrungpan vs Belaetrix Manuputty [4] - I don't think Bella can win this one, even in front of the home crowd.

    Maziyyah Nadhir vs Lianne Tan - the Belgian has the edge.

    Sashina Vignes Waran vs Aprilia Yuswandari [2] - looking at the Qualifying Draw, April has a chance to qualify.

    MDQ - my favorite event and many of the pairs featured in the Qualifying Draws are in my close-watch list.

    The Pelatnas pairs: Ade Yusuf Santoso/Wahyu Nayaka A.P. and Rahmat Adianto/Berry Angriawan [3] should advance to the Main Draw, which will give them valuable pts.

    Chooi Kah Ming/Ow Yao Han vs Edi Subaktiar/Arya Maulana Aldiartama - a tough match for Edi/Arya and they should treat this as a learning experience in preparation for AJC.

    Ronald Alexander/Selvanus Geh vs Robert Blair/Tan Bin Shen - it will be a great upset if the AJC & WJC 2011 Bronze-Medallist can beat the veteran scratch pair.

    Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo/Rafiddias Akhdan Nugroho
    vs Hantoro/Arsya Isnanu Ardi Putra - Kevin/Rafi is my new favorite pair, with 3 titles in a row in the past 1 month. This match is a repeat of Sirnas Jakarta & last Saturday's Candra Wijaya MD Badminton Championships U-19 Finals (both won by Kevin/Rafi). It should be Kevin/Rafi's match to lose. I would like to see how Kevin/Rafi fare against either Ronald/Selvanus or Blair/Tan.

    WDQ
    Likely qualifiers: Melvira Oklamona/Khaeriah Rosmini, Febriani Endar Kusumawati/Ristya Ayu Nugraheny, and Pia Zebadiah Bernadeth/Rizky Amelia Pradipta [2].


    XDQ
    Edi Subaktiar/Melati Daeva Oktaviani
    , INA's main hope in the AJC at the end of June are promoted to the Main Draw. Ditto for Adi Pratama/Nadya Melati.

    Markis Kido/Pia Zebadiah Bernadeth
    and Alfian Eko Prasetya/Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja should also qualify.

    The last spot for the Main Draw will be a contest between 2 newly formed Pelatnas pairs:
    Lukhi Apri Nugroho/Annisa Saufika vs Muhd Rizky Delynugraha/Sri Wulan Sari - Lukhi/Annisa have impressed in their debut performance last week in Thailand. I would like to see them progressing to the Main Draw.
     
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    Lady Pi withdrawn so Firda got promoted to MD but she has to face WYH in R1 :(

    Cai Yun/Fu Haifeng also withdrawn

    Cai Yun injured.....
     
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    And they're off...Mainly INA playing duking it out with the exception of Salakjit, who trails Linda 9-11, and XAY, who leads Suwamo (who??) 13-9
     
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    Wow. Early bird. :D


    Good morning everyone! :)
     
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    Linda leads 21-12 16-14. Good. :D
     
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    not so good..
    it's 18-16...phew..
     
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    She won already laar. :D
     
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    Are sure that Cai Yun injured ?

    OMG....
     
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    3rd set for Shesar vs Evert ...
    Evert vs Vito : 23-21 ; 12-21 ; 2-3

    GO GO Go
     
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    Good job Vito....Please eat more of protein so that you could gain more power....:D
     
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    Wow. Finally "THE TOURNAMENT" has begun. I am an Indian but to me the INA SS is the best tournament for the badminton. See the energy, the ambience and the competition. Will follow religiously. Off to ts.com now.
     
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    Busanan(The Thai girl, 16 years of age) Go Go................
     
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    Is Sony up yet? The badmintonlink feed for court 1 is frozen for me. :crying:
     
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    Sorry. I now see it's back up and Sony's match is only after the Abdul Latif game.
     
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    Wow, edi/arya beat the malaysian pair!
     
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    Sony's looking good....
    but Anand Pawar leads 8-5! :eek:
     
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    Sony is moving very well, but his shot selection is daffy, and he looks a bit loose with his strokemaking...
    Still hungover? :p
    Meanwhile Pawar leads 11-5
     

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