I was flipping my DVD last nite and dont know why but i took Susi Susanti vs Ye Zhao Ying All England Final match. And as soon as I watch it my memory flock back to one of my childhood fond memories. Watching her was like watching a ballerina performing a butterfly moves on a stage, it was just simply briliant in fact i cant find the right word to descript it. Fantastic at the net where at her time she already used the flick net drop the way MS players play today. She also had that wonderful cross court smash return from both side (forehand and backhand). And above all I think her greatest asset was her foot work, she moves around the court so well and was able to retrieve the shuttle with high degree of difficulties, in fact at one point she did a full split up and her legs were fully stretch front and back (that would crack my balls for sure lol). The way she play just waiting for the opponent to make mistake worked really2 well. Im not too sure about her H2H record againts her main opponents, but my wild guess will be very good. I remember she dominated the game during early 90 towards the end of it, when I think she won everything that can be won. I gather a bit of info about her achievements: Gold medal 1992 OG Bronze medal 1996 OG AE Champion 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994 World grand prix final champion 5 straight times 1990-1994 World Champion 1993 Japan open champion 3 times Indonesia open champion 5 times Uber cup winning team 1994 and 1996 World cup champion 3 times Im sure she won some more titles not listed above. After retired and married to her husband (Alan Budikusuma - also a OG champion) Susi Susanti was added to the BWF Hall of Fame award in 2004, and I heard she is now running a baby clothing business as well as having her own badminton equipment flagship Astec (Alan & Susi technology). I also heard that she involves in some retaurant/food business. This couple have 3 children but unfortunately none of which play badminton seriously. Unfortunately BC did not exist back then. She could have pages devoted for her hahaha. But its better late than never, right? So lets talk about her, I would love to hear any news about her either in the past, her results on the field, her style of play, or more recently about her life or anything about her.