Results 2,500 to 2,516 of 3172
Thread: Indonesia Badminton
01-13-2012, 09:33 AM #2500
Reasons given by Simon for the loss:
“Saya bermain under-performed sekali hari ini, dan saya tidak tahu kenapa. Ini sering sekali terjadi pada saya dan saya sadar harus segera mencari solusinya. Kadang kalau hal ini muncul, saya merasa serba salah di lapangan, pukulan tidak akurat dan banyak mati sendiri. Mungkin karena pikiran agak lelah, saya merasa kurang fresh karena akhir-akhir ini begitu banyak mengikuti pertandingan” ujar Simon berusaha menjelaskan penyebab kekalahannya atas Tago.
“Pada gim kedua saya mencoba untuk keluar dari tekanan Tago seperti yang sudah diinstruksikan pelatih, namun sulit, dan saya juga kurang sabar” tambah Simon yang merupakan pemain dengan ranking 8 dunia.
Hey...once again the reason: "kurang sabar" - impatient! Good to know that you realise you have UNDERPERFORMED, against a player who's ranked lower than you!
Last edited by badMania; 01-13-2012 at 09:35 AM.
fathonezic liked this post
01-15-2012, 11:18 AM #2501
is there any news about seleknas result ??
01-15-2012, 12:40 PM #2502
There are 3 good tournaments for our youngsters...
Iran Fajr International Challenge, Austrian International Challenge, and YONEX German Open Badminton Championships....
I hope PBSI will send our youngsters there, at least one of them, or maybe Austrian Challenge followed by German Open....
While the seniors will compete in Thomas and Uber cup qualification....
really hope this plan happend....
Last edited by fathonezic; 01-15-2012 at 12:50 PM.
01-15-2012, 04:34 PM #2503
Injuries Hamper Indonesia’s Team Cup Preparations
January 15, 2012
The rash of injuries forced the Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) to call off Friday’s intersquad scrimmage.
“We canceled the simulated games because it’s more important for the players to recover from their injuries,” PBSI secretary general Yacob Rusdianto said.
...Men’s shuttlers Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka and Mohammad Ahsan suffered injuries while competing in Malaysia. Hayom withdrew from his second-round match against No. 5 Chen Jin of China, while Ahsan was hurt during he and partner Bona Septano’s 15-21, 21-11, 21-16 loss to eventual men’s doubles champions Fang Chieh-min and Lee Sheng-mu of Taiwan.
“[Ahsan] couldn’t play well because he injured his right arm and leg,” Bona said.
On the women’s side, doubles shuttlers Greysia Polii and Nitya Krishinda Maheswari have yet to fully recover from shoulder and hip injuries that slowed them in the Korea and Malaysia Opens.
Qualifying for the men’s Thomas Cup and women’s Uber Cup is Feb. 13 to 19 in Macau. Wuhan, China, will host the finals from May 20 to 27.
01-15-2012, 04:41 PM #2504
Indonesia’s Kids Are All Right, PBSI Assures Worried Fans
Ami Afriatni | January 08, 2012
...Hadi Nasri, head of athletes’ development at the association known as the PBSI, assured fans that youth development efforts were underway.
“We know our senior players have been playing poorly, but trust me that we are trying everything possible for the sake of regeneration, including giving young players more exposure on the world stage,” Hadi said. “We are trying to save our badminton, which has brought pride to the country in world-class competitions, including the Olympics.”
...“Sending them to lower-level tournaments is better for their mental strength. Once they win a tournament, it will grow their confidence to play at a higher level. But if we push them to play in higher-level tournaments, such as the Super Series, and they lose to tougher opponents in the first round, it will hurt their confidence,” he said.
Though perhaps not quickly enough for some observers, green shoots of recovery have started to emerge with youngsters showing well in recent tournaments.
...Bellaetrix said she was excited about having the chance to face more international competition.
“It’s good that the PBSI has started to send us on more international tours,” she said. “I heard that they will send me on 10 tours this year, which is good, though it’s still far less than Thailand. They send their young players to 20 tournaments each year.
“Look at Thailand, which trusts its young players. The benefit of sending youngsters is that they play without pressure, which helps their confidence.”
...The regeneration effort will also include coaches, nutritionists, psychologists and talent scouts, he added, as the PBSI keeps its local and national coaches up to date on the latest techniques through workshops
01-16-2012, 07:08 AM #2505
Last edited by bal-bal; 01-16-2012 at 07:22 AM.
01-16-2012, 08:49 AM #2506
01-16-2012, 09:12 AM #2507
pelatnas squad 2012 :
MS : Sony, Simon, Hayom, Shesar, Evert, Riyanto Subagja, Wisnu Yuli, Andre Marteen, Arief Ghifar, Panji Akbar, Siswanto
WS : Linda, Firda, Aprilia, Febe, Bella, Hera Desi, Renna S, Millicent W, Maziyyah Nadhir, Yeni Asmarani, Elizabeth Purwaningtyas
MD : Ahsan/Bona, Rian/Angga, Afiat Yuris/Rendy, Agripina/M.Fernaldi, Andrei Adistia/Christopher Rusdianto,M.Ulinuha/Ricky Karanda,Berry Anggriawan/Rahmat Adianto, Selfanus Geh/Ronald, Hardianto/Putra Eka Rhoma, Wahyu Nayaka/Ade Yusuf Santoso
WD : Greys/Mel, Nitya/Feinya, Suci/Della, Gebby/Tiara, Komala/Jenna, Ririn/Melati, Anggia/Shella, Deariska/Melvira
XD : Towi/Butet, Rijal/Debby, Irfan/Weni, Fran/Shendy, Ricky W/Richi Puspita, Rizky Delynugraha/Yayu Rahayu, Alfian Eko/Gloria, Lukhi/Anissa
01-16-2012, 10:10 AM #2508
01-16-2012, 06:07 PM #2509
Maziyyah Nadhir?? Millicent IW?? And Rizky Delynugraha is still in Pelatnas?
01-16-2012, 10:11 PM #2510
Speechless really at the SO MANY back-up players in MS, WS, and MD.
01-16-2012, 10:21 PM #2511
Realistically speaking, take for example MS:
How on earth PBSI is going to allocate tourneys for 8 back-up players? What's the rationale for recruiting 8 back-up players when funds are supposedly limited?
Ditto for WS and in particular MD, with the new additions of 3 pairs. Even with the 4 back-up pairs in 2011 (Agripinna/Markus, Ulin/Ricky, Andrei/Christopher, and Berry/Rahmat), they were sent to less than 10 tourneys.
Good luck to the junior players/pairs....they really need it as most of them may well end up rotting in Pelatnas.
01-17-2012, 01:15 AM #2512
In Point Scale 0 to 10, I give my opinion to these decision.
XD : 8 pts
Good Decision to hire Alfian/Gloria & Lukhi/Saufika
I will give 9 pts if PBSI cut one or two less progress pair.
MS : 7 pts
I agree those decision except Siswanto, he doesn't have any progress during 3 years in Pelatnas.
WS : 5 pts
I don't see any reason keep Milicent Wiranto in Pelatnas plus cut more than a half the number of WS players. Too many players in there while we don't have any promising talent.
WD : 4 pts
Too much players and the composition are mostly small build & chubby players. Deariska/Melvira looked similar style, big power but less trick. Looking the composition, I just take hope to Anneke/Nitya and XD player who play in WD.
MD : 4 pts
The new promotion players simply aren't the best.
01-17-2012, 02:02 AM #2513
MS - 11 players are simply too much! The ideal case is 6-8 players.
WS - also 11 players. The ideal is around 6. No pt spending too much money keeping the underperforming players in Pelatnas!
MD - 10 pairs or 20 players! How are you going to manage them? Geez. The ideal is around 6-8 pairs. Names like Hardianto, Wahyu Nayaka, Ade Yusuf Santoso are really not the best talents we have in MD! However, I think it's good news for the Djarum players that they were not selected. It's better for them to be trained in Djarum by Sigit Budiarto!
WD - 8 pairs or 16 players! Again, the ideal number should be around 6 pairs.
XD - 8 pairs of 16 players! I agree with Sandy that this is probably the field which offers the most potential. But again, it would be ideal to have around 6 pairs.
Total = 74 players! I thought PBSI once said that they could only accomodate at most 64 players?
01-17-2012, 03:08 AM #2514
dont know what to say.....
everything seems going to be worse....
looking to the list, not convincing at all....
01-17-2012, 12:21 PM #2515
yes I agree the total players should be reduced.
should ask mr huangwokhau about promotion/degradation thing
the players who are not performing well, should take their way back to the club
01-17-2012, 12:37 PM #2516
I guess, Siswanto and Maziyah Nadhir are still needed as sparring partner because they are left-handed. No other reason to let them stay in pelatnas.
By icon03 in forum Coaching ForumReplies: 2: 02-02-2011, 08:55 AM
By Loh in forum Indonesia Professional PlayersReplies: 56: 06-23-2009, 08:25 AM
By alonzo in forum Chit-ChatReplies: 0: 05-19-2008, 10:21 PM
By elepin in forum Chit-ChatReplies: 0: 08-31-2005, 12:19 AM
By Mag in forum General ForumReplies: 1: 08-28-2002, 08:16 PM