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03-11-2011, 03:19 AM #2126
Maybe Ina wants to be like China's Deng Xiao Peng who was the main man in China's modernisation.
His famous words " Doesn't matter if the cat is black or white, the cat that catches the rat is a good cat".
Others are still chanting anti-China/Chinese slogans (some veiled) and preaching primitive tribalism and living in self denial and complacency
but still depending and living off others whilst doing so.
03-15-2011, 09:00 PM #2127
Shuttlers Get Chance to Rediscover Winning Habit in Switzerland
Ami Afriatni | March 15, 2011
Competing in a lower-tier tournament might be the perfect way for Indonesia’s struggling shuttlers to regain their form and restore their confidence.
With that in mind, some of the country’s top badminton players are seeing action in this week’s Swiss Open Grand Prix Gold in Basel, hoping to make up for their dismal performance in the top-notch All England Open last week.
No Indonesian shuttler made it past the quarterfinals in the Birmingham tournament, with some of the favorites falling as early as the first round.
The field at the Swiss Open features neither China’s big guns nor most of the world’s top-ranked shuttlers, and that could open up an opportunity for Indonesia’s entries to make some progress in the tournament.
Men’s singles action opened at St. Jakobshalle Arena on Tuesday, while women’s singles and the doubles events begin play on Wednesday.
National team head coach Christian Hadinata said Mohammad Ahsan and Bona Septano have the best shot at winning a title in Basel.
Christian said the duo’s development “has been encouraging.”
“But they still have a lot of work to do. They still need to become consistent,” Christian said.
“They might win over a top pair in one tournament, but then they’ll lose to a lower-ranked opponent in the next. For them to achieve elite status, they need to be consistent.”
Christian has called Ahsan and Bona, both 23 years old, “Indonesia’s best chance for a medal in the 2012 Olympics in London.”
“The way they’re progressing, I have no doubt they can qualify for the Olympics and continue Indonesia’s gold medal tradition [at the Games],” Christian said.
“That’s why the PBSI [Indonesian Badminton Association] plans to send them to more top tournaments around the world.”
Ahsan and Bona, who are seeded No. 5 at the Swiss Open, start their bid against Poland's Adam Cwalina and Michal Logosz on Wednesday.
Another Indonesian men’s doubles pair, Alvent Yulianto Chandra and Hendra Aprida Gunawan, will battle Chen Hung Ling and Lin Yu Lang of Taiwan.
In men’s singles, Simon Santoso and Sony Dwi Kuncoro, who both suffered shocking first-round losses in Birmingham, are hoping to do better this week.
No. 2 seed Simon was taking on Kristian Midtgaard of Denmark on Tuesday after press time, while Sony was playing Belgian Tan Yuhan.
No. 7 seed Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka was scheduled to take on India’s Ajay Jayaram.
wah koh Chris sounds so confidence
03-16-2011, 12:06 AM #2128
03-16-2011, 12:28 AM #2129
Refer to that news..what Sarwendah said is:
1.She resigned because they asked her to train soldiers
2.Pelatnas Cipayung requested Sarwendah to be an assistant women's singles coach, and that the duty to train military,although it was command from Djoko Santoso, it was violated the appointment as she is the coach who should handle the players in Pelatnas.
3.Sarwendah admitted that she can not run the coaching duties because the head coach of Singles Department in Pelatnas,Li Mao could not work together.
4.Sarwendah much silent,do not do anything.The players also asked for additional training but she did not dare to do it,she worried Li Mao disagree with it.
03-16-2011, 12:42 AM #2130
03-16-2011, 12:53 AM #2131
so, now Do Li Mao train the WS players in the right way ??
Is there any news about our young players selection in WS and MS, Hauge ?
03-16-2011, 12:57 AM #2132
03-16-2011, 01:03 AM #2133
03-16-2011, 02:04 AM #2134
Last year when under PB. Djarum she can defeated Wang Shixian in All England 2010 in 1st Round and now WSX is All England 2011 winner.
PB. Djarum's coach know her much better than Pelatnas coach.
03-16-2011, 03:10 AM #2135
03-16-2011, 04:35 AM #2136
03-16-2011, 10:56 AM #2137
Adriyanti, Simon Win In Basel; Struggling Sony Loses
Adriyanti Firdasari gave Indonesian women’s badminton some reason to be upbeat after she advanced past the first round of the Swiss Open Grand Prix Gold on Wednesday.
The world No. 38 got off to a slow start but recovered in time to beat Pai Hsiao Ma of Taiwan 16-21, 21-18, 21-17 in the $125,000 tournament at St. Jakobshalle Arena in Basel.
It was a morale-boosting win for Adriyanti, who failed to make it into the main draw of last week’s All England Open Premier Series. She lost to Gu Juan of Singapore during the qualifying round in Birmingham.
Up next for Adriyanti will be the winner of the match between Thailand’s Inthanon Ratchanok and Sung Ji-hyun of South Korea
Indonesia’s women shuttlers haven’t enjoyed much success in recent years.
This month alone has seen the resignation of two women’s singles coaches — head coach Marleve Mainaky last weekend and assistant coach Sarwendah Kusumawardhani on Tuesday — on the grounds that the Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) was preventing them from doing their jobs properly.
“I resigned because the PBSI told me to also coach the military,” said Sarwendah, the 1990 women’s singles world champion.
She said the PBSI’s directive was not part of her contract and that she refused to comply even though the order came from the association’s chairman, Djoko Santoso. Djoko is a retired four-star general and former military chief of staff.
Sarwendah joined the national team in January when the PBSI asked her to help Li Mao, who oversees all the singles players.
“But Li told me that he couldn’t work with me,” she said.
read the full news here : http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/sport...y-loses/429564
03-16-2011, 03:32 PM #2138
03-16-2011, 09:11 PM #2139
So old man Li has been in Pelatnas for a month and he already cause some rippling waves? Fine with me, but ultimately we want to see results!
03-16-2011, 09:53 PM #2140
Yes. Results results results please sifu Li Mao, otherwise we'll circumcise you!
03-17-2011, 11:02 PM #2141
‘Rudderless’ PBSI Drove National Coaches to Quit
The resignation of two national coaches this month apparently had more to do with the Indonesian Badminton Association’s “lack of direction” than a rumored rift with a Chinese colleague.
Women’s singles coach Marleve Mainaky quit the team on March 6 before his assistant, Sarwendah Kusumawardhani, followed suit on Tuesday.
Both of them said the national training camp in Cipayung, East Jakarta, was in disarray and the working conditions did not allow them to do their jobs properly, prompting them to leave.
“It seems like everyone is walking in different directions, everyone is making their own decisions without consulting each other,” Marleve said on Thursday.
“PBSI [Indonesian Badminton Association] does a lot things that are not its main responsibility,” she added. “There’s too much overlapping of tasks. And the policy constantly changes. That’s why I decided to resign.”
Sarwendah said she took issue with PBSI president Djoko Santoso’s instruction to train members of the military.
“According to my appointment letter, I only needed to focus on preparing athletes for tournaments,” she said. “But early this week, I was told to train the personnel at Seskoal [Indonesian Naval Command and Staff College] in Cipulir. I’m wondering what the main focus is — to train the athletes or the officers?”
Marleve and Sarwendah denied they left the PBSI because of Li Mao, but acknowledged that it wasn’t easy working the Chinese coach. Li is the first foreigner to work with Indonesia’s national shuttlers.
“I can work with him, for sure,” Marleve said. “It just seemed like he didn’t want to share responsibilities in training the athletes.
“He wants to do things by himself. [PBSI] seems to agree with all the things he wants to do without discussing them first with us, the local coaches.”
Sarwendah said it was hard to communicate with Li.
“He’s never discussed anything with me,” she said. “At the camp I only did what he told me to do, that’s why I couldn’t really develop my coaching ability.”
Sarwendah said she would consider returning to the PBSI only if Marleve returned to the camp. Marleve had said he didn’t plan to go back to Cipayung.
Djoko said the PBSI was not making “a big deal out of the coaches’ resignation, and both are welcome if they want to return.”
Meanwhile, on the court, Simon Santoso easily advanced to the men’s singles third round at the Swiss Open Grand Prix Gold with a 21-8, 21-15 victory over Canadian Stephan Wojcikiewicz on Wednesday.
In the women’s singles, Lindaweni Fanetri upset No. 8 seed Cheng Shao-chieh of Taiwan 21-17, 16-21, 22-20 in the $125,000 tournament at St. Jakobshalle Arena in Basel.
03-17-2011, 11:11 PM #2142
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