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    Thumbs up Musica-FlyPower Master Tournament..

    Final Result:

    1. Tri Cahyo/Reony Mainaky,
    2. Effendi Widjaja/Sigit Budiarto,
    3. Rudy Heryanto/Hadi Saputra,
    4. Ade Lukas/Simbarsono Sutanto,
    5. Bobby Ertanto/Antonius Budi Ariantho,
    6. Hariyanto Arbi/Hendri Saputra,
    7. Eddy Hartono/Suganyanto,
    8. Fung Permadi/Harianto Saputra

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    I forgot to write that is Final Standing results of Selection to Pelatnas.

    Some club's coach confuse about PBSI decision in Selection,
    they did'n know how much players to be selected, who are the coaches to train these players and no talent scouter who watched this event

    So far only the winners in every category were safe pass to Pelatnas.
    1. Engga Setiawan (Djarum)
    2. Linda Weni (Ragunan)
    3. Erwin W./Rizky D.H. (Jaya Raya)
    4. Komala Dewi/Debby Susanto (Djarum)

    I think PBSI will select at least 2 pairs..for WS and MS, I hope that PBSI will take 3...Engga, Nandang and Adi Pratama....Linda,Alfa and Tike...

    I saw some matches at Cipayung...they used 4 courts and 2 linemen only for each court.......

    I did not know that Tike has moved from Djarum to Surya Naga....correct me if I am wrong as last Kejurnas, she represented Djarum.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    I think PBSI will select at least 2 pairs..for WS and MS, I hope that PBSI will take 3...Engga, Nandang and Adi Pratama....Linda,Alfa and Tike...

    I saw some matches at Cipayung...they used 4 courts and 2 linemen only for each court.......

    I did not know that Tike has moved from Djarum to Surya Naga....correct me if I am wrong as last Kejurnas, she represented Djarum.....
    Surprised, you watched Seleknas at Cipayung

    Yes, Tike was ex Djarum player, some news wrote she played represent Surya Naga.

    A lot of ex Djarum's players moved to other city by reason continued his/her study to university : Yunita Tetty, Lelyana Daisy Chandra, Anastasia Emaya, Ranny Christina, Dian Novita Sari etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    Surprised, you watched Seleknas at Cipayung

    Yes, Tike was ex Djarum player, some news wrote she played represent Surya Naga.

    A lot of ex Djarum's players moved to other city by reason continued his/her study to university : Yunita Tetty, Lelyana Daisy Chandra, Anastasia Emaya, Ranny Christina, Dian Novita Sari etc.
    Yep..I was there twice....
    I did not realize as I counted more than 2 Djarum players competing but djarum coach insisted that there were 2 players from Djarum....ah..now we know why!!...I hope PBSI will select Gisita Jensen...she is tall and pretty....

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    It has been decided that :
    6 MS
    6 WS
    4 MD
    4 WD

    will be selected for Pratama....

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    It has been decided that :
    6 MS
    6 WS
    4 MD
    4 WD

    will be selected for Pratama....
    Yup, Pelatnas Pratama players probably will participate to 8 national circuits and 3 international tournaments in this year. And who knows your fave Cisita will join that program...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    National Selection
    (for club's players born 1989 to 1991)


    Girl's Doubles

    1. Komala Dewi/Debby Susanto (Djarum)
    2. Ayu R./Agustiawati (Mutiara)
    3. Annisa W./Nimas R. (Djarum)
    4. Weni S./Anneke Feinya (Jaya Raya)
    5. Rizky A./Rufika O. (Jaya Raya)
    6. Reni Rosi/Khrisabella (Djarum)
    7. Stevani/Nella Sari (SGS)

    There is big mistake, The winner is :

    Annisa/Rani followed by deby Susanto/Komala Dewi ( both are from djarum)

    I am glad that Anissa won as she is so petite..if she has not won, n ot sure PBSI will select her or not due to her size...........

    There was mistake on press release....

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    Ratih Cup 2008 results


    Under-16
    BS : Arief Gifar Ramadhan (Djarum) vs Ichwan Noor Yudha (Jaya Raya) 19-21, 21-12, 21-10
    GS : Elizabeth (SGS) vs Suci Rizki Andini (Mutiara) 28-26, 23-21
    BD : Fadrian Yanuar/Andrio S. (Jaya Raya) vs Bayu Tri/M. Rizal (Jaya Raya) 21-18, 21-17
    GS : Tiara Rosalia/Suci Rizki Andini (Mutiara) vs Aris Budhiarti/Farah Amalia (Jaya Raya) 21-12, 21-15

    Under-19
    BS : Engga Setiawan (Djarum) vs Willy Muliadi (Djarum) 21-13, 21-7
    GS : Ganis (Ratih) vs Tiara Rosalia (Mutiara) 21-18, 21-17
    BD : Budi S./Rendy S (Ratih) vs Berry Agriawan/Didit Juang (Djarum) 24-22, 21-16
    GD : Annisa Wahyuni/Nimas Rani (Djarum) vs Ayu/Gebby R (Ragunan) 21-18, 21-18
    XD : M. Ulinnuha/Jenna (Djarum) vs Didit Juang/Dellis Yuliana (Djarum) 21-14, 21-13

    Open Category
    MS : Budi Santoso (Mutiara Bandung) vs Ardiansyah (Tangkas) 14-21, 21-18, 21-11
    WS : Linda Weni Fanetri (Ragunan) vs Siti Aninda (Ragunan) 21-16, 21-13
    MD : Afiat Yuris Wirawan/Wifqi Windarto (Djarum) vs Rio Wilianto/Davin P (Ratih) 21-18, 21-13
    WD : Riseu Rosalina/Lina (Legale) vs Tan Krissabela/Reni R. (Djarum) 21-7, 21-17
    XD : Ujang Suherlan/Lina (Legale) vs Davin/Sandrawati (Ratih/Jaya Raya) 21-10, 21-13


    New season has been started, and interesting to watch who are INA's Junior squad after shuffle by changing of age limit in every category.

    Under U-16
    Boy's singles & Doubles, come "new" name Arief Gifar (Djarum) & some Jaya Raya players in Single & Doubles.
    Girl's Single & Double Mutiara took domination by Elizabeth, Tiara Rosalia & Rizky who are member INA's U-16 in 2007 too.

    Under U-19
    After left by Nandang Arief & Adi Pratama, the place U-19 BS will give to Engga Setiawan who won National Selection a week before. Engga back to play again after banned for a year by PBSI & Djarum.
    BD, come "new" name Budi/Rendy from Ratih and some Djarum's players like Ulinnuha, Berry Anggriawan, Didit Juang etc
    GS, INA has "old" name like Maria Febe, Febby Angguni.
    New name, posibly Alfa Vivianita, Cisita Jansen (if both still in U-19 category), Ganis (ex Djarum's players who moved to Ratih) or ex U-16 Ayu Pratiwi & Gebby.
    GD, will be fielded by Annisa Wahyuni/Nimas Rani of Djarum.


    Linda Weni & Wifqi/Afiat weren't play in Junior anymore.
    Linda won in Women's Single.
    Good results by Wifqi/Afiat who beat more senior pair, Rio Wilianto/Davin P.
    In the past I thaught Rio/Davin were better than Bona/Ahsan when they trained in Jaya Raya.
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    (2008) All England to expose Indonesia's badminton woes

    Indonesia, once a dominant power in the sport, sees little chance of bringing home some titles from the All England badminton championships, local newspaper said Tuesday.

    Indonesia's last All England champs were Sigit Budiarto and Chandra Wijaya in the men's doubles in 2003.

    The Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) has very few prospects seen as having any chance at upsetting the dominant Chinese and winning a title, said English daily The Jakarta Post.

    Among those few players are men's doubles world champions Markis Kido and Hendra Setiawan and mixed doubles world champions Nova Widianto and Lilyana Natsir.

    "We are slow in finding new talent and grooming them early," two-time All England champion Hariyanto Arbi was quoted as saying.

    "That's why we lack outstanding players now," said the 34-year-old shuttler-turned-businessman.

    Meanwhile, 58-year-old Ade Chandra, also has won twice in the world's oldest badminton tournament, said that early training for younger shuttlers was needed to make them shuttlers.

    "They (the association) should start grooming talented shuttlers from the time they are nine years old instead of the current policy of after 17 years old," said Chandra.

    He said many parents now were reluctant to send their children to badminton clubs because they were concerned that badminton could not provide a good future.

    "Life for many shuttlers is difficult after they retire because they don't have any other skills but playing badminton," he said.

    He said even he preferred his children focus on their studies rather than join a badminton club.

    He called on the association to retain former badminton stars to help coach young players across the country and to provide those former shuttlers decent salaries.

    Many former prominent players -- including two-time All England men's doubles champion Rexy Mainaky and doubles specialist Tony Gunawann -- left Indonesia to coach or play abroad for more money.

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    Default ^^Sounds like..^^

    ..an old record playing, again..

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    Contrary, I think INA has good chance in MX & MD. Hopefully GL/ZB rift continues and smoothen the path for Nova/Butet or Flandy/Vita.

    MD will be more of a problem with MK/HS dismal record against KKK/TBH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..an old record playing, again..
    We shall see in 10 years time whether the same old record is playing... INA badminton is more resilient than what many people expect...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kidosetiawan View Post
    we have a talent pool.....most of sportsmen in Indo the best ones are badminton players so statistically speaking compared to China we should be better as China only about 30% of their samples of the best athletes are actually badminton players while the rest is basically gymnast and table tennis players.......while Indo if u take a stratisfied sample of 200....170 would be badminton players........so we have the talent pool is politics that ruins the badminton.......

    PBSI should be run by private enterprise not the government....pay higher wages to players and coaches.....this way is a win-win solution for both parties....now is win-lose solution....PBSI is losing out and Sutiyoso is gaining everything more chance for corruption more publicity (I have disliked that guy forever.....as a governor and as a PBSI head...all he does is shout try playing it yourself then u fatass) but with private enterprise is a win-win solution...these guys would want to bring about new badminton superstars that would be good for their marketing purpose....so PBSI would be managed in a very efficient way....look at Djarum Kudus....they have better training ground compared to the ones that PBSI have right now...I heard it has the best facility in the world...

    SO Sutiyoso please step down with all due respect.......its no use u won't win any elections like this.....

    Should be 3% of good athelets in China play badminton. Badminton is not a big sport in China. Less popular than baskeball, football, pingpong, gymnastics. diving, swiming, field and track. I believe 95% people in china did not play badminton in a badminton court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    We shall see in 10 years time whether the same old record is playing... INA badminton is more resilient than what many people expect...
    ..i or we will be waiting when that time comes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by badadum View Post
    Contrary, I think INA has good chance in MX & MD. Hopefully GL/ZB rift continues and smoothen the path for Nova/Butet or Flandy/Vita.

    MD will be more of a problem with MK/HS dismal record against KKK/TBH.
    I really hope they do better than AE 2008, I was very disappointed from start when MK & HS lost but SDK and Taufik (as usual) losing made it even worst... but good news I got to see Nova and Lilyana play but they didn't perform that well.

    Hope they do better in OG 08

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    I hope they perform better in Swiss Open...they will arrive late in Basel ( around 9.30 pm on Monday)

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    I don't find Seleknas results yet, any info ?

    Djarum will send their players to Laos & Thailand

    MS :

    1. Hendri Aprilianto
    2. Bayu Sukmo Pamulang
    3. Riyanto Subagja

    MD :

    1. Rizky Yanu Kresnayadi / Albert Saputra
    2. Wifqi Windarto / Afiat Yuris Wirawan

    WD :

    1. Luluk Maria Ulfa / Jenna Gozali
    2. Annisa Wahyuni / Nimas Rani Wijayanti


    It's mean they send non Pelatnas players ?
    no Debby, Engga and some WS players but Afiat/Wifqi and Annisa/Nimas in the squad

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