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    Yeah.. SDK ... I hope he can get a good result in Singapore Open....1 more qualification match to go against Belgium MS..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    Yeah.. SDK ... I hope he can get a good result in Singapore Open....1 more qualification match to go against Belgium MS..
    Yup, so many top players had withdrawn.. Hopefully Sony can take that chance

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    Quote Originally Posted by naistav View Post
    SDK has shown his composure by already won 10 matches consecutively (6 in Thailand GPG 2012 and 4 already in INA SSP 2012). One feature that is rare to be found in INA players. Let's hope he can go far to win 3 remaining matches in INA SSP 2012. He did this streak of winnings on 2008 when he won 10 matches in a row in 2 SS (Japan and China Master).
    I think SDK is doing even better than before he got injured right now. He beat LD and Taufik whom he never beat before this. I first noticed SDK when he beat LCW in 2007 and 2009 WC. I always thought he would be one of the best in the world since then. I like his style. His main qualities are being hardworking on the court and playing many drop shots in his game and his far-sightedness in shots.

    It's a shame that his injury lasted so long otherwise we would see him win a few SS tournaments like he won 3 back-to-back in 2008(beating LCW). Here's to hoping he can climb back up the ranking before he gets inconsistent again. He is a player that plays well when least expected to. He plays well as an underdog rather than seeded player.

    Also a pity he didn't qualify for olympics this year. He's just one of those names in badminton that will always remain as an underdog(not a top ranking), despite his qualities on court.

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    SDK is gonna go down in history as the biggest come back man of badminton. I'm guessing he'll be in the top 10 very very soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by julianng View Post
    I think SDK is doing even better than before he got injured right now. He beat LD and Taufik whom he never beat before this. I first noticed SDK when he beat LCW in 2007 and 2009 WC. I always thought he would be one of the best in the world since then. I like his style. His main qualities are being hardworking on the court and playing many drop shots in his game and his far-sightedness in shots.

    It's a shame that his injury lasted so long otherwise we would see him win a few SS tournaments like he won 3 back-to-back in 2008(beating LCW). Here's to hoping he can climb back up the ranking before he gets inconsistent again. He is a player that plays well when least expected to. He plays well as an underdog rather than seeded player.

    Also a pity he didn't qualify for olympics this year. He's just one of those names in badminton that will always remain as an underdog(not a top ranking), despite his qualities on court.
    So I guess you didn't watch badminton yet when Sony got bronze medal in 2004 Olympic

    Quote Originally Posted by pathan View Post
    SDK is gonna go down in history as the biggest come back man of badminton. I'm guessing he'll be in the top 10 very very soon.
    Will be tough competition with Lee Hyun Ill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drquick View Post
    So I guess you didn't watch badminton yet when Sony got bronze medal in 2004 Olympic

    Will be tough competition with Lee Hyun Ill.
    I saw his semi final match which he lost in that olympic , but I did not think he could beat top ranking players until later. The top seeds lost early in olympic 2004.

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    Quote Originally Posted by julianng View Post
    I saw his semi final match which he lost in that olympic , but I did not think he could beat top ranking players until later. The top seeds lost early in olympic 2004.
    Owwhhh ... But at that time he already become INA number one player surpassed Taufik ranks.
    Although I got your point. I also didn't notice any significant result by him before 2007 WC
    I consider Sony as the best INA MS for mental toughness nowadays. Mentally he is much much better than Simon, Hayom, and even compare to Taufik. Honestly I don't think he could rise again as Top world player after his struggle with injury in recent years. But suprisingly he "almost" do it

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    SDK has made a come back from a ranking of 85 to 29 and he's only just begun. With a few top guns from the world about to quit, and with age certainly still on his side, he's gonna very soon be no.1 Indonesian player, and in the top 10 of the world. Lee Hyun Il on the other hand has return from retirement just to get his revenge on Chen Jin at the Olympics, which he did... good for him, but now he's definitely retiring. There isn't anyone left in the currently top ten but Chen Long that SDK hasn't toppled, and that is a really positive indication that SDK is someone to watch out for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pathan View Post
    SDK has made a come back from a ranking of 85 to 29 and he's only just begun. With a few top guns from the world about to quit, and with age certainly still on his side, he's gonna very soon be no.1 Indonesian player, and in the top 10 of the world. Lee Hyun Il on the other hand has return from retirement just to get his revenge on Chen Jin at the Olympics, which he did... good for him, but now he's definitely retiring. There isn't anyone left in the currently top ten but Chen Long that SDK hasn't toppled, and that is a really positive indication that SDK is someone to watch out for.
    It's really that Lee Hyun Il has decided to full retiring ??? He still have his shoot out there

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    I've got a strong feeling that Sony Dwi Kuncoro is gonna win the Yonex Sunrise Vietname Open GP 2012. Top 10 here he comes by end of the year.

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    if anyone here doubts SDK's ability to defeat Tien Minh Nguyen in the semis of the Vietnamese Open... here is a reassuring fact: head to head is 2:1 with 2 victories for SDK. And the only game that SDK lost to Nguyen was one where he was injured. So given the fact that SDK is injury free and in average form, Nguyen is history. Another factor to consider is Nguyen's terrible form and age, which has shown obviously signs of catching up with him. GO Sony!!! GO!!!

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    Head to head between Dionysius and Sony is 0:0 as they have never met in an international circuit (or even local). Putting world and country ranking aside, I don't think any other Indonesian player comes close to beating Sony in his present form, except maybe his main stumbling block, Alamsyah Yunus. So the Vietnamese Open title is pretty much secured for SDK if he can overcome Alamsyah.

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    Yup, come on Sony! You can do it.

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    i think only SDK can beat Nguyen on this competition as Alamsyah lost to Nguyen badly this April Sydney Open.

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    Waiting for clash between Sony and Hayom. I will put my bet on Sony

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    awwww the comeback man of badminton stumbled at semis of the Vietnam Open. Still the tournament wasn't worth too much in ranking points. He climbs the ranking chart a liiiiiitle bit now.

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    I'm hoping SDK will make it to at least the quarterfinals of the Japan Open SS.
    Ranking 30/8/2012 should see him at about 23 or 24 I'm guessing.

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