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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Sigh...Fernando Kurniawan/Lingga Lie lost to the Japanese pair Takeshi Kamura/Takuma Euda 19-21 in the rubber-set
    R u or ?

    At least I'm not. In fact, the scorelines are quite respectable. We can never underestimate JPN players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerrard778 View Post
    INA players in Final:
    XD : Fran/Pia Tantowi/Richi
    MS : Hayom
    WD :??
    WS :??
    for WS:maria elfira
    for WDia &debby

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    what about the other INA MD?? are they progress to final to face JPN MD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lim'zzz View Post
    my theory only in one tournament,not to be continue,cause 1 player performance not always constant,in 1 tournament maybe she/he who had upper world rank can lose with lower rank player.
    it depends on their performance and their health condition,in this tournament i think AS performance is not to good,so he can lose with HHY,and Hayom in this tournament he make a good performance so he can reach the final,but CKB can't reach the final in this game,so it means in this tournament Hayom is better than CKB!
    in india LCW maybe have a poor performance so he can lose,and in india i can said that Hafiz better than LCW,cause he can reach more better result than LCW.but in next tournament,don't know.must see their performance.
    ur concept is simple,but,reach a few round further in a tournament doesnt mean a better than b. many things need to take in count,luck of draw is one of them. anyway,case closed as u didnt get what i mean.

    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    As for Febe's loss to Ratchanok:
    "The Thai girl is very good for a 14-yo in terms of her power as well as having good control ability."
    badmania,u think she can be another saina?

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    watching how she played, remind me Mia Audina when 14 y.o.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    badmania,u think she can be another saina?
    Honestly, today was the first time I watched her play and I have to say I am very impressed with her as a 14yo badminton player.

    Having said that, I am not surprised either if she can beat Maria Elfira Christina tomorrow, making it 4 out of 4 INA girls being eliminated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    watching how she played, remind me Mia Audina when 14 y.o.
    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Honestly, today was the first time I watched her play and I have to say I am very impressed with her as a 14yo badminton player.

    Having said that, I am not surprised either if she can beat Maria Elfira Christina tomorrow, making it 4 out of 4 INA girls being eliminated.
    and yet,she very humble
    really hope she can enter 2012 og
    her dream.

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    btw,how md result?who is the winner ina or mas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    watching how she played, remind me Mia Audina when 14 y.o.
    Agreed....she will be better than Salakjit or Febe or Fira in the future. IMHO, INA needs to blood the youngsters like Ana Rovita, Febby Angguni and Lindaweni Fanetri.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Agreed....she will be better than Salakjit or Febe or Fira in the future. IMHO, INA needs to blood the youngsters like Ana Rovita, Febby Angguni and Lindaweni Fanetri.
    erm,she tell me that the gap between her and salakjit is closer and closer now.
    expect to surpass salakjit this year

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    wow, this 14 year old girl enter the final?
    umm, congrats to her.
    just woke up koz very tired after back from badminton

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    R u or ?

    At least I'm not. In fact, the scorelines are quite respectable. We can never underestimate JPN players.
    Edo/Lingga bear the target of having to win this tourney. So, I am sure Edo will be very disappointed with the result.

    I personally expect Edo/Lingga to finish as runners-up behind Hendri/Hendra when the draw was made. That's why I commented in the earlier post before the tournament began that it will be hard for INA to win a title in MD. Hendri/Hendra's loss yesterday raised my expectation but to no avail

    Japanese double pairs are certainly starting to rise up to the occassion with the emergence of young pairs like:
    1. Kenta Kazuno/Kenichi Hayakawa -- I am sure nobody heard of this pair before this year, but they are now World No 16
    2. Naoki Kawamae/Shoji Sato -- Sato has been remarkable in MD so far, winning 3 tourneys earlier this year and now WR40.
    3. Yoshiteru Hirobe/Hajime Komiyama -- WR59 and Winner of the Osaka Int Challenge 2009, beating Kazuno/Hayakawa in the SF.
    4. Hirokatsu Hashimoto/Noriyasu Hirata -- WR72 and Runner-Up of the Osaka Int Challenge 2009.
    ...and now perhaps a no 5 with this new pairing of Takeshi Kamura/Takuma Euda?

    Wifqi/Afiat also lost 19-21 in the rubber-set to Hong Chieng Hun/Chow Pak Chuu Well, no INA-Final for MD as well, in fact, both are eliminated much to the disappointment of INA fans

    However, Wifqi/Afiat have exceeded my expectation of QF placement by surprisingly beating Hendri/Hendra yesterday.
    Last edited by badMania; 04-25-2009 at 06:28 AM.

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    Analysis on both INA MD's losses today by the team manager:
    They lost not because of the burden of being the top 2 seeds. It's more due to the lack of judgement in terms of change of tactics (kurang perubahan taktik) in the middle of the game. Actually, the opponents were not that special after all (lawan dua2nya tidak istimewa sama sekali). (*before anyone shot me with "biased" words yet again, note that these were the words of the team manager, not me ).

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    So, no change from the status just now, 1 title in XD and 3 more Finals. No representatives in MD

    1 more title will be welcomed...perhaps from WS or WD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post

    Wifqi/Afiat also lost 19-21 in the rubber-set to Hong Chieng Hun/Chow Pak Chuu Well, no INA-Final for MD as well, in fact, both are eliminated much to the disappointment of INA fans
    cpc have quit bam last year end(december)
    being one of a few talented player,i really hope he can do well in future

    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    So, no change from the status just now, 1 title in XD and 3 more Finals. No representatives in MD

    1 more title will be welcomed...perhaps from WS or WD?
    wd i think

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Analysis on both INA MD's losses today by the team manager:
    They lost not because of the burden of being the top 2 seeds. It's more due to the lack of judgement in terms of change of tactics (kurang perubahan taktik) in the middle of the game. Actually, the opponents were not that special after all (lawan dua2nya tidak istimewa sama sekali). (*before anyone shot me with "biased" words yet again, note that these were the words of the team manager, not me ).
    With the NSS, MD is the most competitive discipline at this moment. I'm not surprised with the losses of INA as any pair can win over any pair at anytime.

    Disappointment from the top 2 seeds are undrestandable as MD is INA's most confident event in this tourney. From my observations in the previous tourneys, Edo/Lingga are not stable yet. I'm not sure about Wifqi/Afiat.

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    anyone know who's the other WD finalist??

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