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Tangkas Alfarmart Junior Challenge Open 2011

Discussion in '2011 Tournaments' started by miksss, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. miksss

    miksss Regular Member

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    Dates: 6/27/2011 to 7/2/2011
    Week: 26
    Category: Junior International
    City: Jakarta
    Country: INA
    Prize money: USD 30,000
    Entry deadline: 6/5/2011
     
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    Last year result

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    Prinyawat Thongnuam[THA] bt Evert Sukamta[INA] 21-15 13-21 21-11

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    GANIS NUR Rahmandhani[INA] bt TAERATTANACHAI Sapsiree[THA] 12-21 21-14 22-20

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    JONES RALFY Jansen/DANDI Prabudita bt IVANDI Danang/HARDIANTO Mub 21-19 21-16

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    ARIS Budiharti/DIAN Fitriani bt DEARISKA PUTRI Medita/GLORIA EMANUELL Widjaja 21-17 14-21 21-16

    XD
    HAFIZ Faizal/SHELLA Devi A bt DANDI Prabudita/DEARISKA PUTRI Medita 22-20 21-19
     
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    #3 miksss, Jun 22, 2011
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    Actually, most of the boys (6 of 8) are different. Only Choi Sol Gyu and Lee Hong Je, from the Surabaya contingent, are going this time. All but 3 girls this time were there last time. 2 of the 'new' additions are the high school girls' singles finalists from the Summer Championships.
     
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    The more foreigners the better! Where are the MAS crowd...? =)
     
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    Well, according to this, there will be Malaysians, along with players from [FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, India, Singapore, the U.S., South Africa, Finland, and Slovakia[/FONT].
     
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    Thanks for your info :), so is KOR sending their best junior to here?
     
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    Basically, yes. A few kids who did well in Andong last week aren't there but figuring out who are 'the best' is so tricky with the juniors, especially when international experience is so hard to come by.
     
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    PB Djarum sends their best team in BD:
    Kenas Adi Heryanto/Sigid Sudrajad [3/4]
    Felix Kinalsal/Rizky Susanto [5/8]
    Jeka Wiratama/Raffidias Akhdan Nugroho [5/8]
    Arya Maulana Aldiartama/Edi Subaktiar [9/16]
    Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo/Lukhi Apri Nugroho [9/16]
    Jusan Ahmad/Mohd Ardiansyah [9/16]
    Yantoni Edy Saputra/Yahya Adi Kumara
     
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    The best.... [outside those going to Asia Juniors]...... :p
     
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    hmm..Hanna Ramadhini, Ririn/Melati, and Gloria/Khaeriah WDN..
     
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    Thammasin sitthikom will win here....
    still 16 yo but already very good.....
    Riyanto lost to Sitthikom in Thai GP Gold.....
    Now, Thailand produces very good BS and GS talents again and again...
     
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    Gestano Ganendra lost to korean, Shoi Sol Kyu
     
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    2nd seeded, Kho Henriko Wibowo lost to M. Gustaf Firdaus
     
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    Kevin Sanjaya won't play at Tangkas Alfamart... He will go to Singapore to compete in an ASEAN school competition...
     
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    The strongest INA GD in this tourney, Anggia Shitta Awanda/Shella Devi Aulia cruise to SF after beat top seeded from KOR Lee So Hee/Shin Seung Chan in 21-11 21-12. Lee So Hee/Shin Seung Chan is the winner of German Junior 2011, and in 2010 Lee So Hee is semifinalist of WJC.

    While Aris Budiharti/Dian Fitriani also progress to SF after beat another KOR pair Kim Hyo Min/Kim Ye Ji in 21-13 21-12. Kim Min Hyo is German Junior 2011 runner up(that time partnering Chan Mi Kim).
     
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    Dian Fitriani cruise to SF after beat Setyana Mapasa in 3 sets, 14-21 21-17 21-17. While, Riodingin Rusydina Antardayu also progress to SF after beat Lee So Hee 18-21 21-10 21-16.

    SF line up
    Ko Eun Byul vs Riodingin Rusydina Antardayu
    Song Min Jin vs Fitriani Dian
     
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    From XD, Top seeded Hafiz Faisal/Shela Devi Aulia and second seeded Putra Eka Rhoma/Aris Budiharti goes to semifinal, both will face KOR pair.

    SF line up
    Hafiz Faisal/Shela Devi Aulia vs Jung Jae Wook/Shin Seung Chan
    Putra Eka Rhoma/Aris Budiharti vs Jung Bong Chan/Kim Hyo Min
     
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    It is good to see Aris Budhiarti/Dian Fitriani defeat the Korean 2nd seed, Kim Chan Mi/Park So Young and Anggia Shita/Shella Devi beat another korean pair Ko Eun Byul/Song Min Jin, to make an All Indonesia Final. One title at hand.
    Aris Budhiarti also make a progress with her partner Eka Putra in XD to make another all indonesia final against Hafiz Faisal/Shella Devi. Two title at hand
    In another departement, indonesia still have representatives, Rusydiana Antardayu will face korean GS who made many upsets during the tourney, Song Min Jin. Will she make any upset again?
    Djarum BD, Arya Maulana Aldiartama/Edi Subaktiar also goes to final to challenge the korean BD, Kim Dong Doo/Lee Hong Je, while Fikri Ihsandi from Tangkas will face though opponent from Thailand, the top seed, Thammasin Sitthikom [1]

    Good luck to all INA players!!!
     
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