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Thread: Men Doubles : Indonesian Style
08-12-2011, 07:37 PM #1
Men Doubles : Indonesian Style
"Our opponent playing with Indonesian style and we know, it is difficult to develop our own pattern. They are very talented players especially Ahsan" said him
"We are playing badly today, while Bona/Ahsan played really well, Today they are playing with "Indonesian Style" and our condition is not 100%, we know this is very difficult" said Mathias Boe
Source : http://www.pb-pbsi.org/app/informati...tail.aspx?/351
Indonesian style, what does it mean? Hehe Is INA MD style really famous and have their own way?
08-13-2011, 02:47 AM #2
INA=rarely lift up the cock, love to play netting and drift..
Kor=counter attack style, defend first and then put the cock to open place..
CHN=full mode ATTACK
that's why CHN vs Kor always interesting
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08-13-2011, 03:18 AM #3
different people mgiht have different definition of Indonesian style badminton.
for me, the traditional type of Indonesian MD is not relying on constant power smashes. but instead, focuses a lot of drives, if you watch the great Candra / Sigit / Tony / Halim play, they don't go bang bang bang at first, they drive you left right, up down, everywere, poke you around, finds the weakness and then they go off and kill you. while they do it, it is still not complete power, a lot of fast smash and blocks and drive mixed in.
Chinese style and old Korean style is the 100% boom boom boom smash till they make a hole in your body.
Korean has since evolved into a much more complete style, with a mixture of defense mixed in with fast attack.
Chinese style in the past year or two has also evolved with a lot more variation in defense (which has been their weakness), as well as offensive at the front of the court.
Malaysian style is a more stronger defense. it used to be impossible to smash through Malaysian defense, and while at the same time, the offensive isn't the best so Malaysian style has more component of smart defense and placement. these days though Malaysian style mainly become impressive first game, add in some useless trick shots and showmanship and then suddenly lose focus and lose the match.
08-13-2011, 03:49 AM #4
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08-13-2011, 05:38 AM #6
The pionner Ricky/Rexy bring a new style of MD games which is very fast stroke and drive and combination of deceptive in front of net play and powerful smash from backcourt.
As much I remember the KOR pairs (LDS/YYS & HTK/KDM) were who bring the MD games more to be the battle of drives play at the end of 90's. There's less smashes and more drives.
But their approach was succesful to tame the INA & MAS pairs who was looks invincible before by the time. At the beginning of 2000's especially after the rule of 21 points, MD games back again to be less fast but more power.
08-13-2011, 05:40 AM #7
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08-13-2011, 05:39 PM #11
Malaysian style- have all the shots/power/fitness but no nerve to perform when counts
08-15-2011, 03:12 AM #12
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