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    Quote Originally Posted by hungle View Post
    At the moment, one of assistant of Asep will replace for him. Asep had last lunch today with me, Ms.Lien-Deputy of HCMC Badminton Association and he gave me a new brand of Yonex Shoes, 2 pair of Yonex shocks and leather pen of Yonex! He is my best friend, I was with him from the first time he went to VN! I am very sad when he go back, but that is life! I will arrange time to visit his family and may watch Indonesia open in this year if any! He is now in Airport and will take flight at 8.20pm!
    Cherish those happy memories hungle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Cherish those happy memories hungle!
    Yes, I will! Thank you, Loh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    what will he do in Indonesia ??
    If coaching, in what club ??
    He is now setting up an Badminton Academy name Mega Badminton Camps, he is manager. He want to make this Camps become an Internatioal Academy for badminton! I think he had good mind and ability to make an successful with his camps. In addition, healso make some fusats court (football) in his home also and his family will take care this work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hungle View Post
    He is now setting up an Badminton Academy name Mega Badminton Camps, he is manager. He want to make this Camps become an Internatioal Academy for badminton! I think he had good mind and ability to make an successful with his camps. In addition, healso make some fusats court (football) in his home also and his family will take care this work.
    wow, great !

    do you know in what city the badminton camp will be ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    wow, great !

    do you know in what city the badminton camp will be ??
    In Jakarta!

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    Here are some pics with Asep on 18 Jan, 2012-1 day before he leave VN and let me alone
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    Hello anh Hung I have seen,that NTM s coming to Switzerland. I've written to you a privat message. Thanks for the reading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nismo333 View Post
    Hello anh Hung I have seen,that NTM s coming to Switzerland. I've written to you a privat message. Thanks for the reading.
    Ok, Nismo333, I am going to see your message now!

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    Indonesian player hired to train with Tien Minh
    Last Updated: Friday, May 11, 2012


    http://www.thanhniennews.com/2010/pa...tien-minh.aspx

    The Vietnam Badminton Federation and Ho Chi Minh Badminton Federation have hired a young Indonesian player to help Vietnamís badminton ace prepare for the coming Olympics.

    This is the first time a foreign player has been employed to help a local player practice and sharpen his skills.

    Twenty-year-old Adi Pratama, who advanced to the quarterfinals of the World Youth Badminton event in 2007 and is currently ranked 486th in the Badminton World Federation rankings, will be in Ho Chi Minh City for a month from June 22 till July 22.


    The US$4,500 cost of hiring the Indonesian will be shared by the Vietnam Badminton Federation and Ho Chi Minh City Badminton Federation.


    Explaining the choice of Pratama rather than other, higher ranked players, Hoang Thi Thu Ha, Chairwoman of Ho Chi Minh City Badminton Federation, said, ďAt this time, the strong players in the region are very busy preparing for the Olympics.


    ďAlso, it would cost much more to hire a more famous player.Ē


    Ha said that the Indonesian player will help Tien Minh, ranked 11th in the world, maintain his form for the London Olympics

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    Hmm, that puzzles me slightly...

    Think about it, they could send NTM somewhere abroad to one of the Indonesian Clubs and he would be able to train with a variety of strong players that have different games. The coaching would be good as well as the facilities used.

    Now I know the Vietnam badminton association might want to keep NTM within Vietnam for his training, but it makes sense to send him to a club in another country in order to get him more variety for sparing.

    This deal is more likely to help Adi Pratama, training with NTM all the time, all expenses payed, and access to one of the best players around at the moment.

    So, I would have tried to send him to a club like Djarum, Jaya Raya or KLRC, would have cost a similar amount of money, and he would have more access to sparing. Makes sense to me...

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    i agree with you

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    Congratulations to Nguyen Tien Minh for defending his men's singles title at the Vietnam Open Grand Prix Gold 2012 when he defeated Takuma Ueda of Japan 21-14, 21-19 in a 50-minute battle.

    It was unfortunate that NTM didnít peak at the London Olympics 2012 when he crashed out to Parupalli Kashyap (India) 9-21, 14-21 in the Group D play stage on 31st July 2012.

    The winnings of NTM include the following:-


    11 VIETNAM OPEN GRAND PRIX
    10 AUSTRALIAN OPEN GRAND PRIX
    09 CHINESE TAIPEI GRAND PRIX GOLD
    09 THAILAND GRAND PRIX GOLD


    NTM has never won a super series title but he was a semi-finalist in the following tournaments:-

    09 JAPAN SUPER SERIES
    10 HONG KONG SUPER SERIES
    10 INDONESIA OPEN SUPER SERIES
    10 MALAYSIA SUPER SERIES

    NTMís highest ranking was no. 5 accomplished in November 2010.

    He began playing when he was aged 11, at the Tinh Vo Club in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and trains twice a day.
    His mother initially objected to his decision on pursuing a career in badminton, thinking it would affect his studies and that he had no future.
    Fortunately, his father supported him.
    NTM said at that time he could either take university exams or pursue the sport.
    He chose badminton and has never regretted the decision.
    NTM has shone in the sport of badminton and in the process he has eclipsed many players from countries well established in the sport.


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    He is a genius, which lack of facilities and coaching also can reach this level... Amazing

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    I admire him,it shows what dogged determination,willpower,hard work and a fair amount of talent can do with less than ideal resources. Hope to see a few more like him in Vietnam,including lady players.

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    Congrats to Nguyen Tien Minh winning the Chinese Taipei GPG '12. Off hand,CMIIW, it seems to me he's won the most number of GPGs among the ROW players, literally 'owning' the Vietnam Open, remarkable.

    If only Vietnam has a spread or more balanced mix of players in all disciplines like her next-door neighbour Thailand. Whatever, hats off to NTM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Congrats to Nguyen Tien Minh winning the Chinese Taipei GPG '12. Off hand,CMIIW, it seems to me he's won the most number of GPGs among the ROW players, literally 'owning' the Vietnam Open, remarkable.

    If only Vietnam has a spread or more balanced mix of players in all disciplines like her next-door neighbour Thailand. Whatever, hats off to NTM.
    A geographical oversight, Vietnam and Thailand aren't next-door to each other but separated by Cambodia and Laos,still neighbours nonetheless.

    Anyway, I'm surprised he's not playing this month in the DEN SSP and French SS, unusual for him. Hope he's not injured or something.

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    NTM's ranking has dropped off the top 10 again, swapping places with Jan O. I think he's probably finally feeling the strain of having to wage a long lone battle with his attritional style.

    Another victim of being a player in the age of LCW and LD...

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