Djarum sirnas jakarta open xxv 2011

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  1. zia.ufrida

    zia.ufrida Regular Member

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    There are only 2 Pelatnas player left in SF and tomorrow they will fight each other to fill one spot in Final. Bella and Hera probably will try to prove who is the best in recent Pelatnas's recruitment. Meanwhile ex Pelatnas player Nana will face Singaporean in another SF line. Zhang Bei Wen's participation here makes the competition in WS sector tighter and interesting.
     
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    Good News
    BS U-17, M. Bayu Pangisthu beat Rico Hamdani 13-21 21-12 21-12

    Good lesson to the youngster how to beat the bigger physical & power opponent :cool:
     
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    Go Bellaetrix! :D :D
     
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    zia.ufrida Regular Member

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    Actually it's not tomorrow. It's today and according to TS website it's right now.
     
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    1 out of 4 pelatnas in MS lost in QF,and left Andre Marteen in SF. Actually im hoping them to broadcast BD U-19,GD U-19 or XD U-19 instead of this boring MS
     
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    Djarum is doing right, by recruit him through the scholarship.

    2 of former PB Indocafe player and now stay at PB Djarum, Arinda Sari Sinaga and Bayu Pangisthu are doing well. Arinda lost tightly to Lya Ersalita, 19-21 in the decider.
     
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    Akheeeem, I'm trying to read hidden message by Sandy :D
     
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    Bellaetrix progress to final after beat her team mate Hera Desi 21-18 21-18... go Bella!
     
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    In XD-U19 Top seed Hafiz Faisal/Shella Devi and #2 seed Praveen Jordan/Gloria emanuelle failed to fulfill their seeded after lost to their respective opponents.
     
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    how good is Bayu Pangisthu, Sandy ??
    I saw that he kept losing early in every tournament. just like Andrew Susanto.
    I think Jonathan Cristie perform better than them....
     
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    Bellaetrix will face Zhang Beiwen tomorrow in final.

    Their last meeting in Vietnam GP 2010, Bella beat Zhang Beiwen in 2 easy sets 21-13 21-16. Hopefully Bella could repeat in again. Go Bella!

    I believe this WS final match will in tv court, if no...... :(
     
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    BD U-17 Semifinal line up.

    R. Eka Fajar Kusuma vs Jonathan Christie
    M. Bayu Pangisthu vs Eska Rivan Jaya
     
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    fathonezic Regular Member

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    wowwwwwwww......

    Eska Rivan Jaya is Back !!!

    didn't see him for over 1 year. just come back, first sirnas in remaja division (i think), and went through to Semifinal directly ! Let's see how he fares Bayu Pangisthu tomorrow !!
    can not wait it :D
    3 players from batch 96-97 in semifinal Remaja tomorrow. another great batch after Riyanto, SHesar, Gifar, Evert, Febryan, Wisnu Yuli ?? :eek:
     
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    GS U17 semifinal line up.

    Febtria Adistra vs Intan Dwi Jayanti.
    Setyana Mapassa vs Ruselly Hartawan.

    Setyana should switch to GS U19 like what Berliyan Sudrajat did.
     
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    OMG...the WS match not on tv court and as expected the boring MS will on tv court... yes..GS U-17 and XD U-17 on TV court too. Hope they will change the MS match to WS match :(
     
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    Sigh....the MS Final is contested between two veteran players with similar aka "boring" playing style: Achmad Rivai vs Fauzi Adnan.
     
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    Fernando Kurniawan/Wifqi Windarto [1] cruise to yet another Final appearance and they will face Rendra Wijaya/Rian Sukmawan [5/8] for their 3rd consecutive titles. Praveen Jordan/Didit Juang Indrianto also show progress as they managed to reach SF for the second consecutive times.

    In BD U-19 (Taruna), PB Djarum yet again confirms their supremacy with 4 of their pairs winning all their matches in QF. Line-ups in SF:
    Arya Maulana Aldiartama/Edi Subaktiar [5/8] vs Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo/Lukhi Apri Nugroho [5/8]
    Rizky Susanto/Felix Kinalsal [5/8] vs Kenas Adi Heryanto/Sigid Sudrajad [2]

    As a recap, Arya/Edi won the Indocock-SPECS Walikota Surabaya Cup 2 weeks ago, while Rizky/Felix won the Candra-Wijaya Men's Doubles Championships last week. Kenas/Sigid also won the Pertamina Cup at the end of last year. So, only Kevin/Lukhi have yet to win a title since they are paired up early this year. I am rooting for them to win their first Sirnas title!

    In BD U-17 (Remaja), PB Djarum also has 2 representatives in the SF:
    Jeka Wiratama/Raffidias Akhdan Nugroho [1] vs Rizko Asuro/Wildan A. [3/4]
    Arsya Isnanu Ardi Putra/Hantoro [9/16] vs R. Eka Fajar Kusuma/Rian Swastedian [2]

    In BD U-15 (Pemula), the in-form pair from PB Djarum Yahya Adi Kumara/Yantony Edy Saputra also reach another Final after previously winning the Indocock-SPECS Walikota Surabaya Cup 2 weeks ago and the Candra Wijaya Men's Doubles Championships last week. They will face the M. Vicky/Panji Ahmad Maulana tomorrow.
     
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    I can say this is good progress.
    How to know the player is good or not in early age category is complicated. You must see how far their performance when U-13, U-15 , U-17 then older category.

    I agree that Jonathan is better reffering his performance in Japan last year. In Sirnas he played in Pemula too much but this year he plays in Remaja.
     
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    Djarum BD are very dominant in U-19. Hmm.. I can't say anything. Sigid...sigid.....
     
  20. PoLLuX

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    Much better attitude in court from Kevin. He used to be a lil snob, tried lots of fancy shots and kinda underestimate his opponents. Good jobby the coach. Can't wait to see his development.
     

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