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    Training in denmark.. nice to see taufik playing doubles..


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    who are they?kido, taufik, hendra AG, and...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick.h View Post
    who are they?kido, taufik, hendra AG, and...?
    At first i dont know,the one who wear white shirt is TH haha..
    Last edited by miksss; 10-26-2010 at 03:52 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick.h View Post
    who are they?kido, taufik, hendra AG, and...?
    Sorry double post
    Last edited by miksss; 10-26-2010 at 03:53 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick.h View Post
    who are they?kido, taufik, hendra AG, and...?
    Mohammad ahsan...

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    Mohammad ahsan...
    hendra setiawan????

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilcan View Post
    hendra setiawan????
    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    Mohammad ahsan...
    i thought trikus wardhana?
    Last edited by miksss; 10-26-2010 at 05:38 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilcan View Post
    hendra setiawan????
    From his playing style, that's mohammad ahsan IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    From his playing style, that's mohammad ahsan IMO.
    ahsan coming to this tourney?? no pelatnas player go to denmark isn't it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilcan View Post
    ahsan coming to this tourney?? no pelatnas player go to denmark isn't it??
    ..Mohammad Ahsan is a Pelatnas player, at least as shown on this list given by Sandy (post #25)..Not all Pelatnas players are preparing for the AG and not all Pelatnas players are playing in the Denmark & French Open SS:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...am-2010)/page2
    *If you can read Indonesian, here's another news:
    http://bulutangkis.com/mod.php?mod=p...cle&artid=6078
    Last edited by ctjcad; 10-27-2010 at 03:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..Mohammad Ahsan is a Pelatnas player, at least as shown on this list given by Sandy (post #25)..Not all Pelatnas players are preparing for the AG and not all Pelatnas players are playing in the Denmark & French Open SS:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...am-2010)/page2
    *If you can read Indonesian, here's another news:
    http://bulutangkis.com/mod.php?mod=p...cle&artid=6078
    ????
    i know ahsan is pelatnas player
    i am asking did he coming to denmark ss??? as i know no pelatnas player coming to denmark

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilcan View Post
    ????
    i know ahsan is pelatnas player
    i am asking did he coming to denmark ss??? as i know no pelatnas player coming to denmark
    here's your answer
    http://tournamentsoftware.com/sport/...AEC58650&c=INA

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    Cool Indonesia’s Pros Take Center Stage at Denmark Open

    Jakarta. As the national shuttlers focus on preparing for the Asian Games, it’s on their professional counterparts to end Indonesia’s misery in international competition when the Denmark Open starts today.

    Citing the amateurs’ poor performance abroad, the Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) decided not to field them in the next two Super Series — in Odense, Denmark, this week and the French Open on Nov. 2-7.

    The PBSI said it would be best if the national team just trained for next month’s Asian Games in China, and left the task of winning in Denmark up to the pros.

    Taufik Hidayat, who is still searching for his first Super Series win of the year, leads the Indonesia squad in Denmark.

    The world No. 5 is also scheduled to participate in the Asian Games, but his training for the Asiad will not be supported by the PBSI.

    “Playing in Denmark will help me develop a competitive edge as the Asian Games approaches,” Taufik said.

    “Since the association caters only to the needs of the national team, the best way for pros like myself to prepare for the Asiad is by joining more tournaments like the Super Series.”

    Men’s doubles shuttlers Markis Kido and Hendra Setiawan, seeded No. 2 in Denmark, are playing together for the first time since the world championships in Paris in August.

    Hendra is fresh off a stint in the Japanese badminton league, but Markis said the duo was ready to end their Super Series dry spell.

    Markis and Hendra take on Japan’s Naoki Kawamae and Shoji Sato in the first round of the Denmark Open.

    “Our main target is to win the gold medal in the Asian Games,” Markis said. “We want to have momentum going to China, and it all starts in Odense for us.”

    Another Indonesian men’s doubles pair, No. 3 seeds Alvent Yulianto Chandra and Hendra Aprida Gunawan, will begin their campaign in Denmark against Adam Cwalina and Michal Logosz of Poland.

    Hendra will also compete in mixed doubles, where he is teaming up with Vita Marissa. Their first-round opponents are Yohan Hadikusumo Wiratama and Tse Ying of Hong Kong.

    Vita will partner with Nadya Melati in women’s doubles, where they open their bid against Amanda Madsen and Josephine Van Zaane of Denmark.

    Although the Super Series offers competitors a lucrative payday, Christian Hadinata, the national team head coach, said he would rather rest the professional shuttlers for the Asian Games.

    “Our biggest concern right now is their conditioning,” Christian said.

    “We just hope our professional shuttlers, who are also joining us to the Asian Games, can stay away from injuries and maintain a high level of fitness for Guangzhou,” he added.

    Indonesia’s best medal hopes for the Asian Games come from the professional side, with Taufik, Markis and Hendra seen as potential gold winners.

    “Some of our top national team shuttlers, such as Sony [Dwi Kuncoro] and Simon [Santoso], are not in their best condition, so our hopes fall mostly on our professional players,” Christian said.

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    Thumbs up Susi-Alan Give Short Course via Video




    JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - Regret with deterioration of performance of Indonesian badminton, Susi Susanti and Alan Budikusuma finally decided to go down immediately provide basic guidance about badminton for the Indonesian people. This is done couple who became icons of badminton through a video.
    Yes,cooperation with Indonesia's largest retailer Carrefour, Alan Susi Technology (Astec), namely brand badminton devices, will provide a package named "Badminton Nations". This package is a marketing tool badminton is planned to be composed of two rackets, a shuttlecock and a video guide.

    "This is a form of our effort to promote badminton back to the community. What can make me have to start from scratch with went to the people directly," says Susi, who met on the sidelines of a press conference Carrefour Astec Badminton Tournament 2010 in Jakarta, Friday (10/29/2010).
    These efforts were well received by the Secretary-General (Secretary General), Yacob Rusdianto. "I feel proud of concern for badminton. This will certainly help to promote fur PB PBSI tears throughout Indonesia, which PBSI has not been able to do so," said Yacob.
    While Susie explained, the video guide will contain directions and tips on basic techniques of playing badminton for the laity. The direct peragaannya done by Alan and Susi.
    "We have to start from the basic like how to hold a racquet, how to hit. Because our target is children and people who have never played badminton," he explained.
    Aside from this video, Carrefour also provide support as main sponsor in Badminton Tournament Open 2010 and Carrefour Astec Astec product marketing.
    Government Relations Manager Carrefour, Satria Hamid Ahmadi S, hoping that through this cooperation, Carrefour can support the return of Indonesian badminton supremacy.
    "We hope that through this cooperation can appear sons and daughters of the nation in the field of badminton. There must be a nation of children who continue the trail Susi and Alan," said Satria.


    http://olahraga.kompas.com/read/2010...gkat.via.Video
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    Thumbs up Susi-Alan Held Astec Open 2010



    JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com -The Legend Couple of Indonesian badminton, Susi Susanti and Alan Budikusuma, again held the badminton competition titled 'Carrefour Astec Open 2010' in Asia Africa Stadium (1-3 November 2010) and in Soemantri Brodjonegoro Stadium (1-7 November 2010).
    Implementation in these two places associated with membeludaknya number of participants as much as 1675 athletes from 137 Club in Indonesia and China. Thus, it is not possible for the committee to hold the 1696 games in one location.

    The participants are divided into five categories: children (9-11 years), novice (11-13 years), adolescents (13-15 years), youth (-18 years) and adults. Tournaments that have become part of the calendar PB PBSI will be a total prize valued at Rp.150 million.
    Chief executive, Susi Susanti expect this competition will be a means of creating a potential victory over the young. "The interest of the tournament Astec most are children. Therefore, I hope the seeds will emerge that will replace the senior-seniors in PB PBSI," Susi said in a press conference at the Institute of Carrefour Indonesia, Jakarta, Friday (29 / 10/2010).
    Susi added, the participants who excel in this arena, especially for categories of children, beginners, youth and cadet will receive points and recommendations for the opportunity to enter pelatnas PB PBSI. One of the senior athletes who are graduates of this competition is Maria Febe Kusumastuti.
    In addition, at this time penyelengarannya, Astec also has the support of the largest retail prime Indonesia, Carrefour, as the main sponsor, in addition to other supporting sponsors namely Sanken, Cannon and Buavita. This tournament will also be colored by the action of the Olympic pairs gold medalist, Susi and Alan, who returned to compete in the field.


    my question: anyone know will pratama players participate here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    yes as he not going to denmark,so the guy in video above isn't ahsan
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    Cool PBSI Expect Surprises from Tontowi




    JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - Executive Board of the Badminton Association of Indonesia (PB PBSI), expect any surprises from a new partner in mixed doubles number Liliyana Natsir / Tontowi Ahmad, at the XVI Asian Games in Guangzhou, China, 12 to 27 November 2010. This was revealed by the Secretary-General PB PBSI, Yacob Rusdianto, told reporters in Jakarta on Friday (10/29/2010). "I believe the presence of Tontowi bring more value because of his ability has not been read by opponent. During this time everyone already knows how the game Nova Widianto / Liliyana Natsir. Tontowi While with her yet, "said Yacob.Been reported previously, Tontowi decided to replace the position of senior players in Nova Indonesian badminton team for the Asian Games XVI. Although the new pairing, Liliyana / Tontowi has shown a convincing performance.
    They successfully won the title at Macau Open Gold Grand Prix early last September, and the runner-up in the Taiwan Open Gold Grand Prix (a week after the championship in Macau). Last title, no less brilliant is the tournament champion Grand Prix Gold Open 2010 in Samarinda Indonesia in October 2010 then.
    "That's what we expected. Hopefully Tontowi able to make surprise at the Asian Games later," said Yacob.
    While the certainty of the names of the badminton squad, which will be flown to Gungazhou, Yacob sure will not be amended again. "This is final, so it will not change again," he said.
    As for the Asian Games badminton squad consists of players pelatnas XVI: Simon Santoso, Sony Dwi Kuncoro, Dionysius Hayom, Adriyanti Firdasari, Maria Febe Kusumastuti, Aprilia Yuswandari, Lindaweni, Fran Kurniawan Teng / Pia Zebadiah, Shendy Puspa Irawati / Krishinda Nitya Maheswari, Meiliana Jauhari Greysia Polii, Liliyana / Tontowi and Mohammad Ahsan. As for non pelatnas player who is currently competing in the Denmark Open Super Series tournament is the Markis Kido / Hendra Setiawan, Taufik Hidayat and Alvent Yulianto.

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