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    Quote Originally Posted by nick.h View Post
    hey guys, how did the thomas uber cup simulation in solo go?is there a thread for it in BC?
    Okay..I do not have score ( I have deleted from my cellphone)

    Thomas cup

    Pelatnas vs Non Pelatnas ( 4-1)
    hayom beat andrei in 2 sets
    Simon beat Andre K in 2 sets
    Sony beat TH in 2 sets ( 21-19, 21-11)
    Nova Ahsan beat Alvent/AG in 2 sets
    Bona/Rian lost to Kido/Hendra S in 3 sets

    Uber cup ( 3-2)

    Febe beat Firda in tight 3 sets
    Maria kristin beat Linda weni in 2 sets
    rena suwarno lost to Aprilia in 2 sets
    nitya/suci lost to annisa/Fenya in 2 sets
    Butet/Shendy beat Mel Greysia in 3 sets..( ,ast set was 22-20)

    Each winner group got 75 Million rupiahs ( or US$ 8000) and losr will get around 40 Million rupiahs

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    Candra will pair with Ronald susilo during SIN Open

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick.h View Post
    hey guys, how did the thomas uber cup simulation in solo go?is there a thread for it in BC?
    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    yes, i'm also wanting to know how was it? i knew it's already over.
    Here's complete score-line (Hauge has posted the overall result) :

    Thomas Cup & Uber Cup Simulation :

    THOMAS Cup (Pelatnas beat Non Pelatnas with 4-1)

    Sony Dwi Kuncoro >< Taufik Hidayat, 21-19 ; 21-11
    Simon Santoso >< Andre K.Tedjono, 21-6 ; 21-12
    D.Hayom Rumbaka >< Andreas Adityawarman, 21-12 ; 21-13
    Bona Septano/Rian Sukmawan >< Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan, 21-16 ; 14-21 ; 14-21
    Mohammad Ahsan/Nova Widianto >< Alvent Yulianto/Hendra AG, 21-16 ; 24-22

    UBER Cup (Rajawali beat Garuda with 3-2)

    Renna Suwarno >< Aprilia Yuswandari, 15-21 ; 14-21
    Nitya Krishinda/Suci Rizki Andini >< Anneke Feinya/Annisa Wahyuni, 19-21 ; 14-21
    Maria Kristin Yulianti >< Linda Weni Fanetri, 22-20 ; 21-18
    Liliyana Natsir/Shendy Puspa Irawati >< Greysia Polii/Meiliana Djauhari, 18-21 ; 21-8 ; 22-20
    Maria Febe Kusumastuti >< Adrianti Firdasari, 13-21 ; 21-18 ; 21-18

    *source : KOMPAS.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    only one tournament i can recall is the one sonia won in ina last year
    but i forget what tournament is that
    Tangkas Alfamart Junior International Challenge 2009..
    i saw her match in final..

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    I dont know what to say regarding the result of Indonesian Juniors in WJC. Look like the other country is far ahead. Our BS also did very bad. Vito lost in preliminary round. Riyanto lost easily in QF from Praneet, although, he had ever beaten Praneet in Tangkas Alfamart.

    And today, I was very very sad looking at Riyanto result. He lost very very easily from Huang Yuxiang and Pisit Poodchalat. What happend with Riyanto ?? He is our best prospect, no one U-20 can beat him now. I became worry no one can compete in future world MS. I think, so far, Evert has the best result going to SF in AJC.
    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    I personally don't agree with the bolded statement.

    Yes, Riyanto Subagja lost in the QF to a player he had beaten before. But you forget that he was involved in a tiring and perhaps emotionally-charged R16 match against Zulfadli Zulkiffli (who is seeded 3/4) Not to mention, he will only turn 17 next week. So, comparing to Riyanto's R16 defeat at the AJC, he has at least improved to QF at the WJC and has secured one ticket to the WJC. Personally, I will still rate Riyanto as INA's best prospect in MS for the next few years and he will definitely be competing in next year's AJC & WJC. Let's see how he perform against Viktor Axelsen next year.
    ...
    ..for Riyanto, as i've already chimed in in the 2010 WJC sub-forum, he needs to improve his conditioning/stamina & being patient and a bit smarter in his shot selections/tactical awareness. His skills are very good nonetheless. I think he ran into a tough opponent in Zulfadli who i'd say is about even with Riyanto, which probably drained Riyanto's stamina going into his QF match on the same day. Riyanto even complained of being tired/fatigue after his match vs. Zulfadli. Of course, in the evening's QF match, he lost pretty tamely to the IND player.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..for Riyanto, as i've already chimed in in the 2010 WJC sub-forum, he needs to improve his conditioning/stamina & being patient and a bit smarter in his shot selections/tactical awareness. His skills are very good nonetheless. I think he ran into a tough opponent in Zulfadli who i'd say is about even with Riyanto, which probably drained Riyanto's stamina going into his QF match on the same day. Riyanto even complained of being tired/fatigue after his match vs. Zulfadli. Of course, in the evening's QF match, he lost pretty tamely to the IND player.
    I agree with your opinion, Chris... Were you in Mexico to watch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    I agree with your opinion, Chris... Were you in Mexico to watch?
    ..check out the 2010 WJC sub-forum...i've posted tons of pics and then videos..

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLLuX View Post
    I do not think they are suitable pair. Both of them is net player. and please remember Sea Games team event final when they got beaten by young MAS pair
    Yeah i know but better than vita marissa i think , but i think can be ok to with nitya

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Here's complete score-line (Hauge has posted the overall result) :

    Thomas Cup & Uber Cup Simulation :

    THOMAS Cup (Pelatnas beat Non Pelatnas with 4-1)

    Sony Dwi Kuncoro >< Taufik Hidayat, 21-19 ; 21-11
    Simon Santoso >< Andre K.Tedjono, 21-6 ; 21-12
    D.Hayom Rumbaka >< Andreas Adityawarman, 21-12 ; 21-13
    Bona Septano/Rian Sukmawan >< Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan, 21-16 ; 14-21 ; 14-21
    Mohammad Ahsan/Nova Widianto >< Alvent Yulianto/Hendra AG, 21-16 ; 24-22

    UBER Cup (Rajawali beat Garuda with 3-2)

    Renna Suwarno >< Aprilia Yuswandari, 15-21 ; 14-21
    Nitya Krishinda/Suci Rizki Andini >< Anneke Feinya/Annisa Wahyuni, 19-21 ; 14-21
    Maria Kristin Yulianti >< Linda Weni Fanetri, 22-20 ; 21-18
    Liliyana Natsir/Shendy Puspa Irawati >< Greysia Polii/Meiliana Djauhari, 18-21 ; 21-8 ; 22-20
    Maria Febe Kusumastuti >< Adrianti Firdasari, 13-21 ; 21-18 ; 21-18

    *source : KOMPAS.com
    Pelatnas still the best .. Lols
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    Thumbs up Indonesia always rise to the occasion

    Datuk Punch Gunalan was the team manager when Malaysia last won the Thomas Cup in 1992. The 66-year-old Gunalan may have been off the scene for about two years now after leaving the Badminton World Federation (BWF) as their deputy president. But he is still a great follower of the sport. The prominent sports figure talks to Starsportís RAJES PAUL and says that it will be a grave mistake for anyone to underestimate 13-time champions Indonesia in a team competition.
    I AM a strong believer that the Thomas Cup Finals somehow bring out the best in Indonesia.


    They may not look very impressive on paper this time but one should never rule them out, especially in team competitions.
    To me, Indonesia and Malaysia are the best two team players in the Finals. That is why it sparks fire when both teams clash. They are a very patriotic lot and so are their fans.
    Datuk Punch Gunalan
    In 1992, Indonesia had more fans in the Stadium Negara than us. And I will not be surprised to see them coming in droves at the Putra Stadium to support their national heroes.
    This time, in order to win the Thomas Cup for a 14th time, Indonesia may have to get one point in the singles and rely heavily on their doubles pairs to deliver.


    But I do not think the first point will come from Taufik Hidayat. The former Olympic and world champion has slowed down and does not look as impressive as before. He has done very well in individual tournaments but he has been beaten before in the team competitions.
    But Indonesia can bank on either Sony Dwi Kuncoro (pic) or Simon Santoso. They are experienced enough to give their opponents a run for their money.


    And one must remember that, Sony has done well on Malaysian soil and he will be their trump card.


    Their reserve, Dionysius (Hayom Rumbaka), is a newcomer. I donít think Indonesia will be brave enough to rest Taufik and field Sony, Simon and Dionysius for the singles matches. But with Indonesia, one must be prepared for the unexpected in the doubles. They can come out with different combinations and still troop out as winners. They have done this in almost every Finals, even during my playing days. They will most likely tweak with a scratch combination for the second doubles.
    Sony Dwi Kuncoro
    They fielded mixed doubles player Nova Widianto and youngster Mohd Ahsan in the team final against Malaysia at the Laos SEA Games and it caught Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari-Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif by surprise.
    The Malaysians lost and Indonesia went on to take the gold medal.
    I think they will field their Olympic champions, Markis Kido-Hendra Setiawan, in the first doubles. And if this pair hit it off well, they are tough ones to beat.


    And one thing unique about the Indonesian team this year is that they seem to have broken the cardinal rule by roping in several independent players Ė Taufik, Markis-Hendra and Alven Yulianto-Hendra Gunawan.
    But whether national or independent, I have never seen division among Indonesian players when they come together for a team competition. They have amazing team spirit.


    It has been eight years since Indonesia last won the Cup. And their recent performances in international tournaments have not been that impressive. But the Thomas Cup is always seen as a revival platform for the Indonesians.


    They use this stage to get back their confidence and reaffirm their status as a badminton power. And I will not be surprised if they make it happen.


    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...823&sec=sports

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    It has been eight years since Indonesia last won the Cup.
    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...823&sec=sports
    Also 2002 edition is the last time that INA Thomas team advanced into finale

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    just found that everk sukamta look like china's fu hai feng..

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilcan View Post
    just found that everk sukamta look like china's fu hai feng..
    Haha..Ihave told him already...he is younger version of FU...but his hair is like Simon..
    We may call him Evert FU...

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    any pic of Evert sukamta?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yan_brot View Post
    any pic of Evert sukamta?
    You can see in here,
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...t=44648&page=2

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    wow evert DOES look like FHF...hows his prospect for the future btw?

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    So sad INA lost to CHN, but they gave a good fight. Some already known weaknesses are again exposed, esp. stamina.

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