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    Results at the Vietnam IC 2012 show that our GS U-19 players are just not good enough to challenge even young WS players from Chinese-Taipei (and they are not Tai Tzu Ying or Cheng Shao Chieh), Thailand (not even Ratchanok Intanon), Malaysia, and Vietnam.

    It's even surprising to see Milicent Wiranto's name in Australia GPG Qualifying Draw when she cannot even get past the qualifying round in Vietnam, despite being seeded 1st.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    I'm encouraged but still very worried about the state of INA's WS... We're still terrible! Compared to Thailand, Korea and Japan we're inferior... I won't even mention China. I believe, today, even Singapore and India can beat us 2-1 in singles if we meet them in Uber Cup...
    This post strikes the nail. Don't mention those countries lah....we struggled even to get past players from MAS or VIE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    now i am not too worry about our future in WS

    improvement after improvement from them makes me smile.... really glad....
    Seriously??????? Honestly, I hardly pay attention to GS/WS in Sirnas because these so called talents are just not good enough! I would like to be proven wrong though.

    Setyana Mapasa, Hanna Ramadhini, Dian Fitriani, even Elizabeth Purwaningtyas (the reigning World Junior runner-up) couldn't even get past qualifying rounds!

    Forget about WS for the moment....juniors from countries like Thailand and Chinese-Taipei already surpass us!

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    OMG, Ho Yen Mei (MAS) who beat Hana Ramadhini 21-15 22-20 is junior player.
    Ho also played in Dutch & German junior 2012, she lost to
    Soraya De Visch 9-21 21-17 13-21
    Lee Jang Mee 6-21 10-21

    Really extra hard work for in WS, our best junior WS still nowhere compare to some neighbour countries.
    Last edited by Sandy; 03-27-2012 at 09:27 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Seriously??????? Honestly, I hardly pay attention to GS/WS in Sirnas because these so called talents are just not good enough! I would like to be proven wrong though.

    Setyana Mapasa, Hanna Ramadhini, Dian Fitriani, even Elizabeth Purwaningtyas (the reigning World Junior runner-up) couldn't even get past qualifying rounds!

    Forget about WS for the moment....juniors from countries like Thailand and Chinese-Taipei already surpass us!
    Hard words, but I agree with you. Local clubs like Djarum don't even bother sending any GS abroad to Dutch and German Junior, because they know the current GS would not be able to compete well...

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    Don't even talk sending players to Vietnam IC or Osaka IC lah.....Pelatnas are just wasting their money (once again).

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    I maintain that only Bella and Hera Desi deserve to be sent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Seriously??????? Honestly, I hardly pay attention to GS/WS in Sirnas because these so called talents are just not good enough! I would like to be proven wrong though.

    Setyana Mapasa, Hanna Ramadhini, Dian Fitriani, even Elizabeth Purwaningtyas (the reigning World Junior runner-up) couldn't even get past qualifying rounds!

    Forget about WS for the moment....juniors from countries like Thailand and Chinese-Taipei already surpass us!
    ha
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    i have said it badMania... and i also has forgot all about INA WS today... what i have said is not for now... we will probably see a sign after olympic 2016.... and get some result after 10 years from now... too far ?? too long ?? yes...

    i know it... but what can we do ?? we dont have any talent right now, and then we lost hope and stop the work ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    OMG, Ho Yen Mei (MAS) who beat Hana Ramadhini 21-15 22-20 is junior player.
    Ho also played in Dutch & German junior 2012, she lost to
    Soraya De Visch 9-21 21-17 13-21
    Lee Jang Mee 6-21 10-21

    Really extra hard work for in WS, our best junior WS still nowhere compare to some neighbour countries.
    yes she is just around 16 yo...

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    I guess Hanna is exhausted.. She entered Sirnas final which just concluded in this sunday. Remember she also beat Ana Rovita and Putri there.. I mean.. Errr.. But yeah defeat is a defeat. Let's see how she can do in next tourney

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    As feared, Riyanto Subagja lost to the seeded Pakkawat Vilailak. Another WS players also will return home early. 3 days in Vietnam is enough for them.

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    Sirnas Jambi is relatively quiet......less players too. No Jeka/Raffi and Rian/Fajar here.

    BD Taruna will probably have a new winner as the elite pairs from Jaya Raya and PB Djarum are not competing. I will be keeping an eye on Tedi Supriadi/Yantoni Edy Saputra [8]. They lost in a close match against Rian Swastedian/R. Eka Fajar Kusuma last week. Ditto for Hantoro/Arsya Isnanu Ardi Putra [4].

    The main challenge will be from Bagus Haryanto/Firman Ramadhan [5], Rizko Asuro/Wildan Atmaja [2]. I am not sure about the top-seed here though.
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    I will be keeping an eye on Arinda in GS U19, hehehehe... and Bayu Pangisthu in BS U19... Both have to meet seeded players soon...

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    I think Djarum's GS U-17 : Aida Arum Amanah, Syafitri Nur Azizah & Marsha Indah Salsabila are better to play in U-19.
    The quality of our GS are so low, need to push some younger age to compete on higher age category.
    Let Fitriyani, Devi Yunita Sari, etc are compete in U-17.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    I think Djarum's GS U-17 : Aida Arum Amanah, Syafitri Nur Azizah & Marsha Indah Salsabila are better to play in U-19.
    The quality of our GS are so low, need to push some younger age to compete on higher age category.
    Let Fitriyani, Devi Yunita Sari, etc are compete in U-17.
    If they are too dominant in U17 in the next few Sirnas... That would be a logical step.

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    Arinda is through to the GS U19 Quarterfinals in Sirnas Jambi Open. Sehe will face Lya Ersalita [7] next... Last week in Sirnas Sumatra Selatan Open, Arinda was defeated by Setyana in the quarterfinals.

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    I guess Arinda Sari Sinaga will beat Lya in QF. And Arinda will probably face Febtria in SF. While Berliyan will face Putri in QF.
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