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    Another very good performance by MK in the HK SS. I feel like a fool now making bad comments about him, he has proven me wrong. In fact, it looks like HS lost a bit (not much) of his magic touch. With a bit of more luck they could win HK SS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    Another very good performance by MK in the HK SS. I feel like a fool now making bad comments about him, he has proven me wrong. In fact, it looks like HS lost a bit (not much) of his magic touch. With a bit of more luck they could win HK SS.
    HS was not focus yesterday and HS is still having knee pain since Asian games...He is flying to Japan for final league against Unissys ( Alvent)
    He needs some rests for about 1 week only before SS Final as well as MAS Open and KOR Open...advise him not to take XD seriously in up coming tournaments

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    They have proven that without Sigit, they can still beat their arch-rival Jung Jae Sung/Lee Yong Dae, this time round in straight-sets.

    Having beaten Fang Chieh-Min/Lee Sheng-Mu and Jung/Lee twice in a row, now, it's time to even the scores with Cai Yun/Fu Haifeng and Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen.

    Hopefully, the INA pair can peak at the AE 2011.
    for london game and thomas cup too

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    I am really hoping that this pair can win the Gold Medal in London OG 2012. Since this is the only reasonable chance from INA team....unless for now...

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    How come Markis Kido is not paired with Handra Setiawan in the Copenhagan Masters??? Does anybody know???

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    Who did he partner with?

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    yes, who is the new guy partnering kido?

    i say hs is still the best partner for kido,

    without him, kido is lost

    anyway, to find another player like hs isn't easy

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    Kido partnering with Rian Sukmawan in Copenhagen Master
    HS still in Japan for Japan league

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    I see, thanks for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilcan View Post
    Kido partnering with Rian Sukmawan in Copenhagen Master
    HS still in Japan for Japan league
    Hi there wilcan! How come Kido is not with Hendra in the Japan League? Dont they go together as a pair?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Makunouchi View Post
    Hi there wilcan! How come Kido is not with Hendra in the Japan League? Dont they go together as a pair?
    dunno much more, i read hauge post that said HS play in japan league
    maybe the club only can use one foreign player

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    Default Indonesia's Sigit Shows His Faith in ’08 Olympic Doubles Champions

    Ami Afriatni | December 14, 2010

    Jakarta. After 12 years at the national training camp in Cipayung, East Jakarta, coach Sigit Pamungkas has explained why he felt the need to leave.

    Sigit announced last week that he was leaving the camp in order to focus on preparing Markis Kido and Hendra Setiawan for the 2012 London Olympics.

    He said on Tuesday that he made the decision because he believed in the capacity of the top men’s doubles duo to reprise their Olympic gold-winning performance in 2008, despite their recent poor form.

    “I think they are still Indonesia’s best chance of winning gold at the London Olympics because I don’t think we will have any younger pairs ready in time to take on the responsibility,” said the 48-year-old Sigit, who started his coaching career as an assistant to Christian Hadinata, the national team head coach, in 1998.

    Markis and Hendra have been playing together since 2004.

    Sigit has been their mentor since 2005, helping them to win at the world championships in 2007 and the Beijing Olympics two years ago.

    Currently ranked No. 4 in the world, Markis and Hendra withdrew from the national training camp in January to return to their club, Jaya Raya.

    Sigit decided to quit the camp to train the pair.

    “The discussions with them began in Kuala Lumpur when we played in the Thomas Cup in May,” Sigit said.

    “We reached a deal after the Asian Games, so I’ll start training them again at Jaya Raya in January next year.”

    However, Sigit promised the Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) that he would try to help out at the camp on his days off.

    “I will try my best to visit them at least three times a week,” the coach said.

    Markis welcomed Sigit’s decision, saying: “We’re surprised, but I know he can help us to get back on top again.”

    Despite winning the 2010 Asian Games gold medal in Guangzhou in November, the pair has been struggling on the court for most of the season.

    They are currently facing a winless Super Series campaign for the first time in their careers.

    Their last hope for a title is the season-ending Super Series Finals in Taiwan in January.

    http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/badmi...ampions/411694

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    Ami Afriatni | December 14, 2010

    Jakarta. After 12 years at the national training camp in Cipayung, East Jakarta, coach Sigit Pamungkas has explained why he felt the need to leave.

    Sigit announced last week that he was leaving the camp in order to focus on preparing Markis Kido and Hendra Setiawan for the 2012 London Olympics.

    He said on Tuesday that he made the decision because he believed in the capacity of the top men’s doubles duo to reprise their Olympic gold-winning performance in 2008, despite their recent poor form.

    “I think they are still Indonesia’s best chance of winning gold at the London Olympics because I don’t think we will have any younger pairs ready in time to take on the responsibility,” said the 48-year-old Sigit, who started his coaching career as an assistant to Christian Hadinata, the national team head coach, in 1998.

    Markis and Hendra have been playing together since 2004.

    Sigit has been their mentor since 2005, helping them to win at the world championships in 2007 and the Beijing Olympics two years ago.

    Currently ranked No. 4 in the world, Markis and Hendra withdrew from the national training camp in January to return to their club, Jaya Raya.

    Sigit decided to quit the camp to train the pair.

    “The discussions with them began in Kuala Lumpur when we played in the Thomas Cup in May,” Sigit said.

    “We reached a deal after the Asian Games, so I’ll start training them again at Jaya Raya in January next year.”

    However, Sigit promised the Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) that he would try to help out at the camp on his days off.

    “I will try my best to visit them at least three times a week,” the coach said.

    Markis welcomed Sigit’s decision, saying: “We’re surprised, but I know he can help us to get back on top again.”

    Despite winning the 2010 Asian Games gold medal in Guangzhou in November, the pair has been struggling on the court for most of the season.

    They are currently facing a winless Super Series campaign for the first time in their careers.

    Their last hope for a title is the season-ending Super Series Finals in Taiwan in January.

    http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/badmi...ampions/411694
    Thats diplomatic answer from Kido
    They know that Sigit will coach them

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    Is it true that Hendra is playing in Japanese league now? what team is he in now?

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    It has been reported that they will also play in the Chinese Super League, for the WuHan team.

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    yes,kido and setiawan will play for Hubei team.

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    They are now in China and getting ready to play their first match in the Chinese Super League today.
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