2011 Indonesia GP Gold Finals: Sunday 02-October

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    2011 Indonesia GP Gold Finals: Sunday 02-October

    We arrived at Finals Day.

    The Draw of matches can be found located at;
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...5BDFEC-117C-4CE9-82AA-4D8F6333F5F2&d=20111002

    For time in Samarinda, Indonesia;
    http://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_ID2.aspx

    At our BadmintonCentral PAW Game, Sandy has given these PAW Points for the finalists;
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    After playing so many long previous matches by her, can Pi Hongyan [6] use her experience to defeat Chen Xiaojia (the youngster from China)? I think this will the 'Match of the Day'.

    The other good one to follow should be the Tommy Sugiarto [7]-vs-D.Hayom Rumbaka [8] match. One of them should prove to be the best rising MS star for Indonesia.
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    So, for my PAW selections (on Finals Day), I have picked;

    * WS: Chen Xiaojia over Pi Hongyan [6]
    * MS: Tommy Sugiarto [7] over D.Hayom Rumbaka [8]
    * WD: Bao Y.X./Zhong Q.X. [8] over Vivian K.M.H./Woon K.W.
    * MD: M.Ahsan/B.Septano [1] over H.Endo/K.Hayakawa [7]
    * XD: Xu Chen/Ma Jin [4] over He Hanbin/Bao Yixin
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    hayom vs tommy should be an interesting match..icuk sugiarto vs li mao :p
     
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    So far, there is no mention about Icuk Sugiarto and Li Mao at this tournament.

    Are both of them coaches at court-side to help their charges?
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    Feel there won't be any upset...eventually the titles will be distributed between CHN & INA :p

    btw somehow i get the feel that there's no week without tournament...there are so many nowadays, have not counted it yet how many tournaments in total one year, from Gold Grandpix level to higher, individuals and team events opened to all qualified (excludes all region-limited ones e.g. SEA Games, Asian Games, Pan American Games and so on).
     
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    You're right! Here is a link that will let you browse through all the BWF-run tournaments.
    http://www.bwfbadminton.org/tournamentcalendar.aspx?id=103

    TS provides you information on even smaller "regional" tournaments held all over the world:
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/tournaments.aspx?id=2
    Use the drop-down boxes or filter tabs for more specific information... :)
     
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    this looks better

    ms : Indonesia
    xd : China
    md : Japan
    wd : Malaysia
    ws : France

    will everyone be happy? :)
     
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    Haha.. no..
    Icuk Sugiarto is tommy's father.. (he is also helping tommy on training. Because he is no longer in pelatnas).
    Tommy used to be in Pelatnas (Indonesian national Training), but then, his achievment was not really bright there, and he rarely sent to some internasional tournaments by pelatnas, although he is a good player. So, he was so dissapointed and then he chose to quit and become a professional badminton player.

    While, Hayom is in Pelatnas. Li Mao is his coach now..

    So, this match is about tommy (non-pelatnas) vs Hayom (pelatnas).. Which one is better I think? :rolleyes:
     
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    hahaha... yeah, that sounds fair ;)
     
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    I hope He Hanbin/Bao Yixin win the finals :)
     
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    Fine then....let everyone be happy for once and a while :p :D
     
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    I hope MAS girls win. It would be an achievement to beat the newly crowned JO champions.
     
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    Is there a livestream available?
     
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    Another half an hour to go before the first match starts.

    Players should be now polishing their rackets ready to do battle.
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    Yup...26 mins to go...

    ARE YOU READY ?
     
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    Try harder, for whenever there is a will there is a way

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    I am ready. Hope that Vivian K.M.H./Woon K.W. will be ready too. :):):)

    However, I think Bao Y.X./Zhong Q.X. [8] will be a tough pair to defeat. But as they say "Try harder, for whenever there is a will there is a way". :D:D:D
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