http://badminton-indonesia.com/phpnuke/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=72 They were Indonesian hero and heroine and yet now they will have to come home as "enemies". Mia Audina and Tony Gunawan will be back to their homeland for Thomas & Uber cup but will probably refuse to play against the home team. When Mia's wish--to play for Indonesia and train in the Netherlands a couple of years ago--was refused, she had no other choice but to continue her career under her husband's country's flag. "I will not play against the Indonesian team," says Mia. Mia managed to lift up the dutch women's badminton to win the ticket to the semifinal of the last Uber Cup's final round. They even trashed the Indonesians then. When she was 14, Mia played the decider match of the Uber Cup when she beat Zhang Ning and helped Indonesia to keep the cup at home. "It does not matter, we have Yao Jie and the rest. We could still win even if I don't have to play," says Mia when asked about possibility of playing against the Indonesians. With such long stretch of time being in the world's arena, Mia--at 24 this year--is the one of the players who could stop the Chinese ladies. With Camilla Martin withdrawing soon from the scene, Mia may have to be a single fighter for a while. She said she was born and raised in Indonesia and she does not want the supporters at the stadium to jeer and labelled her as a traitor. Despite a good welcoming in Indonesia Open, Mia still think this occasion will be a very sensitive moment to her. Asked if she regretted to leave Indonesia, Mia only answered it was not fully her fault. She realised that the decision had been partly due to her marriage to a dutch man. But she thinks PBSI shares the load for not granting her proposal to keep playing for Indonesia. Tony Gunawan is now a student at a university in the USA majoring in computer engineering. His move to the States followed his girlfriend's intention to pursue a degree there. Etty was once Indonesia's leading ladies' doubles player paired with Cynthia Tuwankotta--now playing for Switzerland. America did not waste time learning Tony's move to the country. Tony is now the coach, the player, the organiser, team captain and many other functions in the American Badminton Association. When learning the news that USA will be in the same group with Indonesia and China, Tony laughed and said,"Now, that's difficult." "I am not going to play against Indonesia. It's not goint to make any difference. We will lose anyway," says Tony. Once world's top doubles with Candra Wijaya, Tony made a shocking appearance in the Thomas Cup qualification rounds by playing in men's singles too. And he did both well enough to finally take America to the final round. But Tony said his experience and knowledge on Indonesia and the tournament will be more than beneficial to the team. He will be the coordinator for the team and assist them while in the country. Both players will come home, among other Indonesian talents that are now overseas--like Rexy with his England squad. At least it's their chance to see their home town despite their decision not to play against their former team-mates.