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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    oohh... hayom did very bad result in BAC 2010
    Yeah, unimpressive performance by Hayom.
    After lost to Chen Jin & Chen Long at last month AE & Swiss SS respectively, he gave up to lesser known TPE player Chou Tien Chen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Yeah, unimpressive performance by Hayom.
    After lost to Chen Jin & Chen Long at last month AE & Swiss SS respectively, he gave up to lesser known TPE player Chou Tien Chen.
    At this stage, EVERY badminton players will be known of their CONSISTENCY. Here is where Lin Dan and Lee chong wei different from other players

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    At this stage, EVERY badminton players will be known of their CONSISTENCY. Here is where Lin Dan and Lee chong wei different from other players
    agree...
    but maybe you forget about Peter Gade

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    agree...
    but maybe you forget about Peter Gade
    Agree, although Peter Gade hasn't won any of OG or WC yet, he maintain his performance to stay in top 10 for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Yeah, unimpressive performance by Hayom.
    After lost to Chen Jin & Chen Long at last month AE & Swiss SS respectively, he gave up to lesser known TPE player Chou Tien Chen.
    He need more exposure to international tourneys. He was relatively late to start his SS and GP level journey, but I still put my hope on him

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    Quote Originally Posted by naistav View Post
    He need more exposure to international tourneys. He was relatively late to start his SS and GP level journey, but I still put my hope on him
    I also still put my hope on him

    i dont know, my mind always said that he will be the next star.
    I hope he can prove that my mind is right

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    Despite having lost to Tommy in the selection, Hayom is selected in the TC team 2010. This shows that INA national coaches think highly of Hayom, there must be some potential.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    Despite having lost to Tommy in the selection, Hayom is selected in the TC team 2010. This shows that INA national coaches think highly of Hayom, there must be some potential.
    in selection, it's just for TC qualification.after selection, of course, pbsi chose tommy as 4th MS in TC qualification.
    after that, Hayom shows that he is better than Tommy espescially in training.
    because of that, Coach Agus choose Hayom for TC final

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    in selection, it's just for TC qualification.after selection, of course, pbsi chose tommy as 4th MS in TC qualification.
    after that, Hayom shows that he is better than Tommy espescially in training.
    because of that, Coach Agus choose Hayom for TC final
    Even in it was told that Hayom is also prepared as double player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naistav View Post
    Even in it was told that Hayom is also prepared as double player.
    his back up plan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by naistav View Post
    Even in it was told that Hayom is also prepared as double player.
    are you sure ???
    do you have the report about that ???
    its good i think. his smash is like thunder

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    Quote Originally Posted by naistav View Post
    Even in it was told that Hayom is also prepared as double player.
    i dont think he will play double.the coach said it just fullfil one of BWF's rule.i forget where i read this.but i'm sure what i say

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    Despite having lost to Tommy in the selection, Hayom is selected in the TC team 2010. This shows that INA national coaches think highly of Hayom, there must be some potential.
    Note: around 3 weeks after the TC qualification selection, Hayom defeated Tommy in the INA National Championships in 2 straight games...

    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    in selection, it's just for TC qualification.after selection, of course, pbsi chose tommy as 4th MS in TC qualification.
    after that, Hayom shows that he is better than Tommy espescially in training.
    because of that, Coach Agus choose Hayom for TC final
    Techically, physically, etc. Hayom is superior over Tommy....

    Quote Originally Posted by naistav View Post
    Even in it was told that Hayom is also prepared as double player.
    That will only happen in order to confuse the opponents... Hayom-Alvent maybe?!? Heck, even INA fans will be confused if Hayom plays doubles...

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    Sunday May 2, 2010

    Dionysius is the player to watch in Finals, says Choong Hann

    KUALA LUMPUR: Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka’s name may be quite a tongue twister.
    But according to veteran Wong Choong Hann, badminton fans had better get used to pronouncing it because the Indonesian youngster is set to be one of the bright stars to watch out for at this year’s Thomas Cup Finals, which will be held at Putra Stadium in Bukit Jalil from May 9-16.


    Dionysius, the world number 26, is the reserve player in the Indonesian squad. The others are regulars Taufik Hidayat, Sony Dwi Kuncoro and Simon Santoso.


    He was selected ahead of Tommy Sugiarto and it could be due to his fighting performance against Chen Jin of China before bowing out 16-21, 21-19, 20-22 in the opening round of the All-England in Birmingham in March.


    Tommy, who is son of the legendary Icuk, did not make the cut despite having had the experience of being the reserve in the squad at the last edition in Jakarta two years ago.


    Choong Hann, who will play in the second singles for Malaysia, said that Dionysius had all the qualities needed to go far in the game.


    “Having played so long, players like me can spot those with talent and I am convinced that there is something special about Dionysius. He is skilful and I have not seen one like him for some time,” said Choong Hann.


    “He has a certain quality in him that sets him apart from several youngsters who have come through the pipeline in Indonesia.”


    Besides Dionysius, Choong Hann also expects Japan’s Kenichi Tago, Denmark’s Jan O Jorgensen and Shon Wan-ho of South Korea and China’s Chen Long to take over the mantle from the seasoned campaigners.


    “Some of the senior players have been recalled to play for their respective countries in the Finals. But this does not mean the current youngsters are not good enough but they are just going through a transition process now,” he said.


    “The 21-point rally scoring format has allowed players like me to stay longer than we ought to. But I am confident a new era of players is just waiting to take over.”

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    Interesting that WCH thinks it is the scoring system that has enabled older players to keep going longer. I think he is being polite, if the older players weren't any good the young player would have already took over.

    Anyway I agree with him on Rumbaka & shon wan-ho (how old is shon?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesd20 View Post
    Interesting that WCH thinks it is the scoring system that has enabled older players to keep going longer. I think he is being polite, if the older players weren't any good the young player would have already took over.

    Anyway I agree with him on Rumbaka & shon wan-ho (how old is shon?)
    i think WCH meant it... before the new scoring system... players usually retire around 28...

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    I dont know when i saw Hayom play he is a talented and charismatic at court.
    Keep your spirit Hayom!

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