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05-26-2012, 09:38 AM #18
again, congratulation to fitriani for the 2nd consecutive sirnas U-17 title...
and also 1st XD sirnas U-17 title...
i hope you can become top 15 in the next 10 years... seriously, we need a talent in GS....
05-26-2012, 10:23 PM #19
05-26-2012, 11:02 PM #20
no lah... she just won 2 sirnas... but she hasn't met any djarum WS...
met once with Devi Yunita, and she lost....
her titles is the same as aida's titles... if she win sirnas again 1-2 times...
maybe yes, taruna is better for her... but she should really dominate remaja first... try to beat the best, like all djarum girls...
dont be too hurry....
we dont need any player like ratchanok inthanon who can be in top so early....
what we need is a stable player, and mature well to challenge the world
no need to rush....
Last edited by fathonezic; 05-26-2012 at 11:06 PM.
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05-27-2012, 10:44 PM #21
the sibling stars Fitriani/Rohmat also won XD U-17 title.. Fitriani so cute
07-01-2012, 01:43 AM #22
now Fitriani start to dominate the U-17. she won Sirnas Jateng 2012 . Its mean her third back to back titles in Sirnas..
07-01-2012, 01:52 AM #23
OMG... I am really amazed with Fitriani! Her footwork and "kuda-kuda"(i don't know how to mention it in English ) is so steady.
11-12-2012, 03:51 AM #24
Congrats for the 6th sirnas titles U-17 this year...
time to move up to U-19... but i think, in surabaya, she will play in U-17 again....
i want her to play in U-19, she need to adapt and start to get result in U-19 so that she can go to AJC....
3 GS for sure go to AJC/WJC next year is Hanna, Setyana, and Ruselly...
1 spot is still open... she has to compete with Berliyan, and many Djarum girls....
but with her improvement which is so fast, i think, she can make a mark in U-19 so fast...
she learn a lot from her experience.... and also, talent is there, combine with the will... and never say die attitude, i start to think that Fitriani is the best GS talent we have in the last 5 years or so...
11-12-2012, 04:00 AM #25
her smash also quite good... i rarely seen INA GS players who has a very good attacking skill like fitriani. most of them only play rally and rally without any weapon to kill the rally and get a point.fitriani has to keep healthy and keep her will, train harder and harder, look at how she does the serve, similar like how Susi Susanti dance when she served, right ?
11-27-2012, 05:34 AM #26
Back to back title for Fitriani in Sirnas Bali and Sirnas Jatim. She should try to compete in U-19 next year
11-27-2012, 08:24 AM #27
If Marleve still play her in U-17, then i will say that Marleve is so stupid...
02-20-2013, 05:00 AM #28
ok, this year will be a good year for Fitriani to show her worth.
She should play in U-19.
If she can get 1-3 titles (U-19), then she will surely be in Pelatnas next year.
03-31-2013, 11:47 AM #29
wow! Finally she won her first U-19 title. She beat Arinda, Rena and Febtria in straight games! Keep it up.
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03-31-2013, 11:47 AM #30
03-31-2013, 09:35 PM #31
04-01-2013, 04:59 AM #32
source : http://www.djarumbadminton.com/djaru...-dan-berbakat/
Young, polite and talented. Maybe three words that adequately describe the figure of Fitriani. At the young age, she has become the spotlight due to her achievement on the green carpet.
Various national championship circuit titles (SIRNAS) was in her pocket since 2009. She had been the 3rd rank at Singapore International Challenge U-17 at the age of 14 years.
"The quota of the player in U-15 were already full. So I registered to U-17. It was so experience the most memorable match for the first time met foreign players," she said.
In Djarum Sirnas Kalimantan Open 2013, it had gone up to the level of U-17 to U-19. Unmitigated, she immediately took the title.
"Really excited. Especially in the arlier of second games my opponent attacked more, but eventually i won," said Fitriani who won two straight games, 21-10 and 21-17 of Arinda Sari Sinaga in the final.
Fitriani's badminton career began at the age of six years. The girl born in Garut, December 27, 1998 is seeing his brother doing the exercises and instantly fell in love with the game.
The Fitriani's father send her into one of a badminton club in Serang. However, because the cost is considered much enough, eventually Fitriani drawn and trained by his father.
He taught me the basic techniques of badminton," she said.
One of his colleagues who saw the potential of Fitriani then offered her to play on PB Ganesha. From there she was sent to Sirnas. Until finally in mid-2011, she was invited to join the PB Exist who nurtured by Marleve Mainaky.
Despite having to train six days a week, but she never complained. Her passion for badminton make her joy undergo an intensive training schedule.
"The training from monday till friday full, morning and afternoon. If Saturday half-day. But should exercise extra," she said.
Diligent and disciplined in acknowledgment as the practice should she take to achieve success. In addition, the blessing of both parents is also very important. Fitriani who idolized Susi Susanti want to make Indonesia proud.
"If god allow, I want to be world champion and make Indonesia and my parents proud ," he said.
Fitriani also known as a polite and smiling. She did not hesitate to say hello and greet the elders. One of the messages parents always etched in her memory.
"My parents always told to not overbearing. Especially when we have a success. Such rice science, the higher the duck," she concluded.
04-01-2013, 05:04 AM #33
I am not sure if the Pelatnas coaches will choose her for the AJC & WJC. 2 names are guaranteed so far: Hana Ramadhini (her maiden title in Vietnam surely seals her ticket) and Ruselli Hartawan (the fact that she's in Pelatnas is one major indication). One more spot is available and I think Fitriani and Setyana Mapasa (if she's still up for it) could grab it.
04-01-2013, 05:06 AM #34
oh, only 3 spots ? i thougt 4 spots ??