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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    from this link : http://www.pb-pbsi.org/app/informati...tail.aspx?/475

    Nama : Wisnu Yuli Prasetyo
    Tempat/Tanggal Lahir : Tulungagung, 11 Juli 1994
    Tinggi/Berat : 170 cm/ 58 kg
    Pegangan Raket : Kanan
    Klub : PB Surya Baja Surabaya
    Ranking Nasional : 11 (Dewasa)

    Prestasi :
    - Juara II Singapore International Series 2011
    - Perempatfinalis Indonesia International Challenge
    - Semi Finalis Brazil International Badminton Cup 2010
    - Perempatfinalis Djarum Sirnas Jakarta Open 2011

    wisnu is very fast improving in last 2 years. i still can recall, when wisnu lost easily to Riyanto and Vito in 2009.
    Now, i dont think riyanto and vito can beat him easily.
    wisnu should work harder for his p[ower and footwork as he is very thin and smaller than other...
    170cm.. similar to LCW
    I hope he can give a good fight against ZZ tomorrow

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    Tomorrow will be different story for INA's champ.

    More than half will "back home" in QF Round.
    Hope my guess is wrong.
    Last edited by Sandy; 11-03-2011 at 08:50 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Tsk, tsk Nelson & Teo were living dangerously till the end of rubber set

    Hope Nelson & Chow still have energy later for XD
    too bad they didnt let xd go

    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Come on Sonia, one more point!
    And she took it at 24-22 in rubber, phew. Good comeback from trailing 5 points

    Nelson/Chow also went to duece, finally winning 23-21.
    Quote Originally Posted by abedeng View Post
    6 pts, you mean. And she saved a total of 8 matchpts - about equal to LCW vs LD in kuching 2006.

    Great fighting spirit, does Sonia have. Too bad she is not as physically tall and powerful as her sister Lydia.

    Always a bane, Malaysia's WS players. Those with the right physique don't have the right mind, those with the right mind and spirit don't have the right physique.
    but sonia is taller than lcw already if i am correct
    haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by abedeng View Post
    6 pts, you mean. And she saved a total of 8 matchpts - about equal to LCW vs LD in kuching 2006.

    Great fighting spirit, does Sonia have. Too bad she is not as physically tall and powerful as her sister Lydia.

    Always a bane, Malaysia's WS players. Those with the right physique don't have the right mind, those with the right mind and spirit don't have the right physique.
    Oh, didnt know that. I went to make a drink when Sonia was trailing 9-14, thought sure lose. Come back, it's 20-20

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    Quote Originally Posted by miksss View Post
    Alfian/Gloria
    I want to give special credit for Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja (born - December 1993)
    For the level of local SIRNAS, she had won several titles with different patners...
    What a flexible player!!

    WD Taruna (U19):
    2009: Winner of SIRNAS Sulawesi with Deasrika Putri Medita
    2010: Winner of SIRNAS Jatim with Nurbeta Kwanrico
    2011: Winner of SIRNAS Jakarta with Khaeriah Rosmini
    XD Taruna (U19):
    2010: Winner of SIRNAS Kalimantan with Praveen Jordan
    2010: Winner of SIRNAS Sumatera with Rizky Susanto
    2011: Winner of Walikota Surabaya Cup with Lukhi Apri Nugroho

    Now, in this WJC 2011, she has new patners:
    with Ririn Amelia in WD and lost very narrowly to KOR pair #3/4 Lee So-hee/Shin Seung-chan (WD winner of German Open Jr 2011);
    and in XD patnering with Alfian Eko Prasetya, they will play in QF...

    Good luck for tomorrow, Gloria!!!
    Last edited by ullisse; 11-03-2011 at 09:27 AM.

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    I'm pretty worried for Zulfadli. He always had problems with Indonesia MS, including last year's WJC (lost to Riyanto), this year's AJC (lost easily to Vito)

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    Wisnu is in good form, and also Vito won all matches easily so far.. I think both of them will give good fight, and hope one of them through to semi.. If I choose, I would rather Vito win and rematch with ZZ..

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    All the best for INdonesia camp...!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post
    so far until QF, we have the following representatives

    ASIA 34
    Korea 5
    Japan 5
    Taipei 2
    Hongkong 3
    Malaysia 5
    Thailand 4
    Indonesia 9
    India 1

    Europe 5
    Spain 1
    Denmark 2
    France 1
    Russia 1

    Pan America 1
    Canada 1

    Asia still dominating the QF
    Yeah! Big congrats to Christin Tsai for knocking off #5/8 seed Yigit from Turkey.

    She takes on the mighty Rat in the QF. Just enjoy the moment. There is no pressure on her at all

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    tomorow is the most important moment for mas player
    hopefully at least 2 will progress
    all the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Trust me, Sindhu will take down Fukushima. Take it to the bank
    Almost made a madbet? Fortunately for you, I wasn't around .

    Quote Originally Posted by ajay1958 View Post
    yes going to be very interesting, and this time it will be the turn of y fukushima to go down
    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    she defeated Sindhu once again. And she was 11-18 in the decider game before she wrapped up the match 15-21, 21-18, 23-21.
    The scores showed that the match must have been indeed interesting. In their earlier encounter, Sindhu must have been conserving energy for the individual events, since the team one was already a lost cause.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    1k us dollar bet,deal?
    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Aiya, I already told him that wasn't possible.
    Lol, I'm not THAT sure. Ok, maybe it won't happen, but I'm sure it will be close to that rank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    she defeated Sindhu once again. And she was 11-18 in the decider game before she wrapped up the match 15-21, 21-18, 23-21.
    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    In the recent All Japan Junior Badminton Championship in September, Nozomi was struggling against Fukushima. Nozomi lost the 1st set 18-21, before she defeated Fukushima 18-21, 21-16 21-18.
    I believe Yuki is stronger than she looks. She has quick feet and her play is deceptive.

    Nozomi always seems to end up as the winner, even after tough matches. It is the hallmark of a champion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phil-mm View Post
    I believe Yuki is stronger than she looks. She has quick feet and her play is deceptive.

    Nozomi always seems to end up as the winner, even after tough matches. It is the hallmark of a champion.
    All physical things being equal, it's the mental capacity that pushes a player across the finish line first. Noz seems to have the desire and mental toughness to pull through. Nonetheless, I've been very impressed with Fukushima and pleasantly surprised by Christin Tsai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phil-mm View Post
    Almost made a madbet? Fortunately for you, I wasn't around .
    If cobalt had been on his toes, he could be 3 meals up on me already. But I knew he wouldn't bet against Sindhu so I was safe anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    lol... there are sooo many chinese WS players haven't ranked in the top 10. Maybe Nozomi will be in the top 10 in the OG 2016.
    There are probably more Chinese players who may be better, but they won't be able to climb up the rankings, since I believe there is probably a maximum number of entries per country that are allowed to participate in the big tournaments. Unless WSX, WYH, WX and JYJ skip major events to allow the lower ranked China players to climb up, it's unlikely that they will end up in the top 10. So it's not that difficult an achievement for Nozomi.

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