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    Shuttlers Get More Time to Impress Before SEA Games

    Ami Afriatni | August 31, 2011

    National shuttlers have more work ahead of them to make it into the Southeast Asian Games squad.

    The Indonesia Gold Program (Prima), which oversees training camps for of the Games, has extended the deadline for national sports federations to submit their entry forms from the end of this month to the end of September.

    For the Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI), that means more time to oversee shuttlers’ progress.

    “There is plenty of time for us to carefully select the candidates. We will see their progress in several upcoming tournaments before deciding who will be selected for the final squad,” team manager Maria Fransisca said.
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    Shuttlers Continue Scramble for SEA Games Spots in Taiwan
    Ami Afriatni
    | September 07, 2011

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    With places in Indonesiaís Southeast Asian Games team still hanging in the balance, Sony Dwi Kuncoro needs every win he can get.

    Sony, struggling to return to top form after a back injury, kept pressing his case for inclusion on Wednesday in the first round of the Taiwan Open Grand Prix Gold. He eased to a 21-9, 21-11 win over Taianís Husan Lin-chia.

    ďI think Iím getting comfortable with my body and my game. Iím beginning to be back at my best,Ē Sony told the Indonesian Badminton Associationís (PBSI) Web site. ďI just have to maintain my fitness by stretching properly before each game.Ē

    Sony will face No. 4 seed Hu Yun of Hong Kong or Taiwan Tsai Meng-jui in the second round.

    Another shuttler chasing a menís singles berth is youngster Shesar Hiren Rustavito, who beat Chiang Jiann-Shiarng 21-12, 21-19. Shesar, 18, faces a tough second-round test against compatriot Simon Santoso. The No. 5 seed won 21-18, 21-18 over Hong Kongís Chan Yun Lung.

    ďI just want to do my best here and not think about whether Iíll make it to the SEA Games team or not. I hope I will [be in the team], but thatís the PBSIís decision,Ē Shesar said.

    Eighth-seeded Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka failed to advance, though, losing to unseeded Muhammad Hafiz Hashim of Malaysia 21-15, 21-15.

    The result could put his place in the SEA Games squad in doubt. Hayom has failed to advance out of the first round in his last four tournaments.

    Last month, the PBSI announced its provisional squad for the SEA Games. The menís singles section saw five shuttlers competing for four places on the squad that will compete in Novemberís regional games.

    World No. 5 Taufik Hidayat and Simon almost assured of their places in the national team. That leaves Sony, Hayom and Shesar fighting for the final two spots.

    In mixed doubles, top-seeded Tontowi Ahmad and Liliyana Natsir endured a tough opening match before winning 15-21, 21-13, 21-16 over Yoo Yeon-seong and Jang Ye-na of South Korea.

    Maria Febe Kusumastuti beat American Iris Wang 21-10, 21-12 in womenís singles, but Adriyanti Firdasari fell to No. 6 seed Tai Tzu-ying of Taiwan 21-14, 21-17.

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    That's the problem some Indonesian players fail to do before a match - proper warm up plus stretching . Poor flexibility no good, just like worn out tire skid here and there end up with injury .

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    PBSI DECLARES CIVIL WAR!

    (Done the best I could with Google translate... )

    http://translate.google.co.uk/transl...%26prmd%3Divns

    (Taipei Open Grand Prix Gold 2011) The three "Civil War" in the Second Round

    (Taipei, 07/09/2011) In the second round of Taipei Open Grand Prix Gold 2011, there are three parties which bring together players with compatriot Indonesia.
    Pemain tunggal putra Simon Santoso akan berhadapan dengan juniornya Shesar Hiren Rhustavito.
    Men's singles player Simon Santoso will be dealing with junior Shesar Hiren Rhustavito.
    Sementara Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan pun akan menghadapi pasangan muda Marcus Fernaldi Gideon/Agripinna Prima Rahmanto Putra.
    While Markis Kido / Hendra Setiawan also will face a young couple Fernaldi Marcus Gideon / Agripinna Rahmanto Putra Prima.
    “Mereka mungkin lebih unggul di fisik, karena tergolong pemain muda.
    "They may be superior in the physical, because of relatively young players.
    Namun dari segi pengalaman, saya dan Hendra lebih unggul.
    But in terms of experience, my superior and Hendra.
    Saya rasa pertarungan akan berlangsung seru” kata Kido.
    I think the fight will take place exclamation "said Kido.
    Sementara itu di nomor ganda putri, pasangan unggulan ketiga, Greysia Polii/Meiliana Jauhari akan menantang Anneke Feinya Agustine/Nitya Krishinda Maheswari.
    Meanwhile in the women's doubles, third-seeded pair, Greysia Polii / Meiliana Jauhari will challenge Feinya Anneke Agustine / Krishinda Nitya Maheswari.
    Sang pelatih, Paulus Firman mengatakan bahwa kedua pasangan sering berlatih bersama dan mengetahui permainan masing-masing.
    The coach, Paul Firman said that the two couples often practice together and learn each game.
    “Mereka sehari-hari latihan bersama, jadi sama-sama sudah mengetahui kelebihan dan kekurangan masing-masing” kata Paulus.
    "They are daily exercises together, so both already know the advantages and disadvantages of each" says Paul.
    Rekor pertemuan kedua pasangan ini adalah 1-0 untuk keunggulan Greys/Meli.
    Record for the second meeting of this pair is 1-0 for excellence Greys / Meli.
    Mereka mengalahkan Anneke/Nitya di Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold 2011 dengan skor 21-15, 22-20.
    They beat Anneke / Nitya in Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold 2011 with a score of 21-15, 22-20.
    “Kita sudah tahu permainan masing-masing.
    "We have known each game.
    Pokoknya siapa yang paling siap besok, dia yang akan menang, peluangnya 50:50” ujar Meli.
    Anyway who is most ready tomorrow, he will win, chances 50:50 "Meli said.
    “Kita akan berjuang semaksimal mungkin.
    "We will fight as much as possible.
    Di luar lapangan kita teman, namun di lapangan kita adalah lawan.
    Off the pitch we are friends, but in our field is the opposite.
    Sama seperti yang diungkapkan Meli, kami sudah sering latihan bersama, jadi kurang lebih sudah tau pola permainan mereka seperti apa,” ungkap Greys.
    Just as disclosed Meli, we often practice together, so more or less already know what the pattern of their game, "said Grey.

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    taken from http://www.pb-pbsi.org/app/informati...tail.aspx?/408
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    The fall in the final round Taipei Grand Prix Gold Open 2011 last week, Greysia Polii suffered an injury to his right arm. After conducting tests MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) discovered the existence of a torn muscle.

    This was disclosed her coach, Paul, who was encountered in the middle of training in Cipayung national training.

    "There was a torn muscle, you could say quite seriously, too. However Greysia has got treatment from a doctor and under conditions of recovery, "said Paul.


    He also explained that the long recovery time depends on the seriousness of the injury and treatment. According to Paul, the injury suffered by their students can be quite serious, but if you look at its development a few days later, he was optimistic Greysia will quickly recover. Meanwhile Greysia plans to consult with the doctor tomorrow regarding the development of the condition of her injury.


    "The hand should be rested Greysia total. But her physical condition is no problem, so Greysia physical exercise remains to this day "adds Paul.


    Jauhari Meiliana Greysia with her partner plan to travel to Japan this week to attend the Japan Open tournament Superseries 2011. When it is confirmed whether Greysia will continue to follow the tournament, Paul said he would see the condition of Greysia until tomorrow.


    "To this day Greysia / Meli is still listed as a participant in the Japan Open, and the plan is still to come. But we'll look back condition through Friday and after consultation with the doctor, hopefully getting better, "said Paul.

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    Indonesiaís Ranks Thin Quickly at Japan Open
    Sandy Pramuji | September 22, 2011

    http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/sport...an-open/467103

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    Menís doubles is Indonesiaís best bet for a title at the Japan Open Super Series as only one other shuttler made the quarterfinals.

    ...Alvent and Hendra face a tough quarterfinal against top-seeded Cai Yun and Fu Haifeng of China, while Markis and Hendra take on Korean qualifiers Ko Sung-hyun and Lee Yong-dae.

    Simon Santoso is the only other Indonesian left in the tournament. His 22-20, 21-16 win over Indiaís Ajay Jayaram set up a quarterfinal against No. 3 seed Peter Gade of Denmark.

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    candidate for Thomas and Uber cup team :

    MS
    1. Taufik Hidayat
    2. Simon Santoso
    3. Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka
    4. Sony Dwi Kuncoro
    5. Tommy Sugiarto

    MD
    1. Mohammad Ahsan/Bona Septano
    2. Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan
    3. Alvent Yulianto Chandra/Hendra Aprida Gunawan
    4. Angga Pratama/Rian Agung Saputro

    WS
    1. Lindaweny Fanetri
    2. Adriyanti Firdasari
    3. Aprilia Yuswandari
    4. Maria Febe Kusumastuti
    5. Fransisca Ratnasari

    WD
    1. Greysia Polii/Meiliana Jauhari
    2. Vita Marissa/Nadya Melati
    3. Suci Rizki Andini/Della Destiara Haris
    4. Anneke Feinya Agustine/Nitya Krishinda Maheswari

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    what??? no lilyana natsir? ....

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    I think Nitya/Shendy is good enough to challenge other countries WD2(except CHN), they are improving now.. They nearly beat JPN WD2 Mizukii/Reika, and have beaten other countries WD1 like HJE/KMJ,Shinta/Yao Lei,Jenny/Gabrielle. Ya,Feinya is still young so i think it is a good opportunity for her to gain experience here. But anything still can happen i think, anyway Butet is no longer playing in WD, so i think GreyMel and Nitya/Feinya is a good choice already.
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    Bella more deserved in the team than Nana, i think. Yes Nana got a better rank but cant recall when the last time she beat top 20 player? Bella at least has beaten Yippy and CSC this year, and play rubber set with TTY.

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    Bella and Nana are the only Indonesian WS left in this tournament!!
    It seems Bella is in good form lately, especially since she became one the key points of the winning of Indonesian team in the recent Universide Games...

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    Bella and Nana are the only Indonesian WS left in the QF-Indonesian Open GP Gold 2011, despite the absence of many top players...
    It seems Bella is in good form lately, especially after her great performance in the Universiade Games, when she became one of the key points of the winning of Indonesia team inthe team event (gold medal).

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    candidate for Sea Games team :

    MS
    1. Taufik Hidayat
    2. Simon Santoso
    3. Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka
    4. Tommy Sugiarto
    MD and XD
    1. Mohammad Ahsan/Bona Septano
    2. Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan
    3. Frans and Towi ( XD)
    WS
    1. Lindaweny Fanetri
    2. Adriyanti Firdasari
    3. Maria Febe Kusumastuti
    4. Bellatrix Manuputy
    WD and XD
    1. Greysia Polii/Meiliana Jauhari
    2. Vita Marissa/Nadya Melati
    3. Anneke Feinya Agustine/Nitya Krishinda Maheswari ( If Greysia is still injured)
    4. Lilyana Natsir and Pia Zebadiah ( XD)

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    Badminton: Hayom’s Win Adds Twist to SEA Games Debate

    Sandy Pramuji
    | October 02, 2011

    The race for men’s singles berths at the Southeast Asian Games got tighter on Sunday after Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka’s victory at the Indonesia Open Grand Prix Gold.

    Hayom’s 21-16, 21-17 defeat of Tommy Sugiarto, a fellow SEA Games hopeful, at Palaran Sports Hall in Samarinda left the Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) plenty to ponder when selecting the national team.

    Hayom, whose place in the national team had been under fire after losing in the first round in four successive tournaments, showed he still had the talent that brought him to prominence in the first place.

    “I’m overjoyed with this victory, especially because I lost in the final here last year,” he said, referring to a 2010 defeat at the hands of Taufik Hidayat.

    “When I entered the court, I just focused on the match. I didn’t think about winning or losing, but I knew I could beat him. I played a fast, attacking game and I managed to put more pressure on him.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    candidate for Sea Games team :

    MS
    1. Taufik Hidayat
    2. Simon Santoso
    3. Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka
    4. Tommy Sugiarto

    MD and XD
    1. Mohammad Ahsan/Bona Septano
    2. Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan
    3. Frans and Towi ( XD)

    WS
    1. Lindaweny Fanetri
    2. Adriyanti Firdasari
    3. Maria Febe Kusumastuti
    4. Bellatrix Manuputy

    WD and XD
    1. Greysia Polii/Meiliana Jauhari
    2. Vita Marissa/Nadya Melati
    3. Anneke Feinya Agustine/Nitya Krishinda Maheswari ( If Greysia is still injured)
    4. Lilyana Natsir and Pia Zebadiah ( XD)
    What has happened to Maria Kristin Yulianti, the 2008 OG bronze medallist?
    Is it a case of burnt-out for a player who did too well too early and too soon and is now struggling and not even under consideration for selection for the 2011 SEA games.
    She was a shining star and in the 2008 OG she beat players like Lu Lan and Saina Nehwal.
    It is very sad indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skchen View Post
    What has happened to Maria Kristin Yulianti, the 2008 OG bronze medallist?
    Is it a case of burnt-out for a player who did too well too early and too soon and is now struggling and not even under consideration for selection for the 2011 SEA games.
    She was a shining star and in the 2008 OG she beat players like Lu Lan and Saina Nehwal.
    It is very sad indeed.
    She may retire as she still struggles with her knee injuries...she may end up as a coach at Djarum

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    This Sunday's issue of Kompas Cetak has very good article featuring Koh Christian Hadinata, in which he also stated the root problem in Indonesia's training system. Too bad I'm not good in summarizing.

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