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    Congrates hayom for your first GPG Final...go and take it!

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    The final i've been waiting for
    Cmon Hayom...!!

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    Hayom must improve his defence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miksss View Post
    Hayom must improve his defence.
    i second that. Hayom net tricks are excelent, smash also not bad, backhand, dropshot are also good. He needs more speed and defence, maybe he should watch how LCW done it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    i second that. Hayom net tricks are excelent, smash also not bad, backhand, dropshot are also good. He needs more speed and defence, maybe he should watch how LCW done it
    LCW is just outstanding in speed and defence... A hard act to follow... Even for Hayom...

    Hayom's smash is more awesome than many people's smash...

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    i've nvr seen this dude play apart from taipei open 2009 against taufik on youtube...but his height and everyone's comments on him are on very positive notes...although at 22, taufik had already reached 2 all england finals and won AG gold...but then again not everyone can fill in those big shoes of his

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    LCW is just outstanding in speed and defence... A hard act to follow... Even for Hayom...

    Hayom's smash is more awesome than many people's smash...
    Yes, agree.. is smash to opponent's body is amazing.. Saw that when he played against taufik yesterday.

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    Default Hayom is now world's rank no:19

    JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - BWF ranking men's singles players, such as Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka, Alamsyah Yunus, and Andre Kurniawan Tedjono, jumped on this weekend.

    Hayom Rumbaka now ranked 19th or up 5 levels from last week's rankings. Meanwhile, Jonah Alam also rose eight-level to rank 31. The PB Djarum players, Andre Kurniawan Tedjono, perched on the rank-33 or up 10 levels compared to last week.

    Jump in greater perceived the men's singles player who is above the top 10. Aris Trisnanto an increase of 48 levels that are now perched on the rank-108. So did former players Pelatnas Cipayung, Tommy Sugiarto, son of former national player Icuk Sugiarto, up 49 levels to rank 115th.

    In addition to the above, ranking the main players are not shifted compared to Indonesia last week. Taufik Hidayat is still the highest at fifth. He followed Simon Santoso, who is ranked the 7th and Sony Dwi Kuncoro in the rankings to 11th.

    A complete list of players Indonesia:
    1. Lee Chong Wei [MAS]
    2. Peter Hoeg Gade [DEN]
    3. Lin Dan [CHN]
    4. Chen Jin [CHN]
    5. Taufik Hidayat [INA]
    6. Chen Long [CHN]
    7. Simon Santoso [INA]
    8. Bao Chunlai [CHN]
    9. Nguyen Tien Minh [VIE]
    10. Boonsak Ponsana [THA]
    11. Sony Dwi Kuncoro [INA]

    19. (5) Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka [INA]
    31. (8) Alam Jonah [INA]
    33. (10) Andre Kurniawan Tedjono [INA]
    94. (-1) Indra Bagus Ade Chandra [INA]
    108. (48) Ari Trisnanto NTO [INA]
    115. (49) Tommy Sugiarto TO [ENG]
    135. (42) Adnan Fauzi [INA]

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    Bravo Hayom,just now he beat Simon in 3 sets.

    Bravo thunder smash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by miksss View Post
    Bravo Hayom,just now he beat Simon in 3 sets.

    Bravo thunder smash!
    It is possible that Hayom will become the official INA #3 next year... Seems like Sony is struggling with his injury a lot lately... And as we can see today on TV, Hayom has more firepower than Simon... In the long-run, Hayom will outshine Simon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    i second that. Hayom net tricks are excelent, smash also not bad, backhand, dropshot are also good. He needs more speed and defence, maybe he should watch how LCW done it
    He needs to be patience as well....as we saw him against Simon, he rushed it many times and made his own errors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    Hayom Rumbaka now ranked 19th or up 5 levels from last week's rankings. Meanwhile, Jonah Alam also rose eight-level to rank 31. The PB Djarum players, Andre Kurniawan Tedjono, perched on the rank-33 or up 10 levels compared to last week.

    19. (5) Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka [INA]
    after a month
    hayom is now the 2nd ms behind taufik,ranked 18
    http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/ra...6&category=472

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    Phew...after skip so many tourney,simon and sony drop to 23 & 27

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    reminds me of joko. late developer. hopefully some malaysians also can follow suit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    reminds me of joko. late developer. hopefully some malaysians also can follow suit.
    Yes it would be a lesser fun without MAS players around

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    Yes it would be a lesser fun without MAS players around
    Yea, true... but I am sure MAS will produce another LCW in a couple of years... Success begets success... We saw in throughout INA, MAS, DEN badminton history...

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