Dutch Open 2006: QUARTER-FINALS (10/11)

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  1. hcpoirot

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    Maria Kristin, Firdasari and Mia. Only Firdasari is from China ethnic if I am not wrong.
     
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    dutch open.

    Malaysia boleh, indonesia bisa and the rest ok oso.:D
    enjoy the games!:D
     
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    I'm sure Mia is an ethnic Chinese even though she looks more like a native Indonesian.

    Then only Maria Kristin left unchecked.
     
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    I remember that Indonesia government used to request Chinese have some special sign on their names, right? How to distinguish Chinese from native Indonesian from their names? Thanks a lot in advance.
     
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    Mia Audina is a Chinese-Indonesian.

    The others are not. Firda is a Muslim.
     
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    That explains why Indonesia women's downhill trends. Where are the new generation of Chinese-Indonesian? INA really needs Susi, Mia... Chinese-Indonesians to join the national team.
     
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    We are getting out of topic here :cool:

    Anyway, there's a number of upcoming junior players like Sylvinna Kurniawan (whom I believe is a Chinese-Indonesian). Sandy is probably the person to ask since he's more familiar with the juniors.
     
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    If I had to pick who won the MS title?

    It will be probably Dicky or Wu Yun Yong.
     
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    is yao jie going to ....????
     
  10. badMania

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    Huang Chia-Chi is a tough nut to crack :cool:
    Maria was quite lucky to have beaten her last week.
     
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    @2cents, out of topic again :D

    Mia is not from Chinese etnic. From what I can remember the top Chinese etnic Indonesia WS were:

    Ivana Lie, Imelda, Verawaty Fajrin, Susi Susanti and Sarwendah.

    After them there awere some promising players but never as good as the above.
     
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    Rani Mundiasti/Endang Nur Sugianti continue their bid to gain their first title as they beat the Danish pair in 2 straight sets 21-17, 21-11. They should meet the top seed Petya Nedeltcheva/Diana Dimova tomorrow.
     
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    sorry out of topic again

    I knew we were talking about live scores, I am just more interested in digging out the deep reason behind those scores, and finding the pattern of them.

    Sorry again, I stop here
     
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    Sylvinna is prolly one of the most promosing junior that i've seen so far. Much better than Pia and yes she's Chinese.

    Rani/Endang won their match in straight sets 21-17, 21-11.
     
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    Err...unfortunately, u are wrong! Mia's Chinese name is Zhang Haili. Susi's Chinese name is Wang Lianxiang.
     
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    Sandy has also mentioned some good stuffs about Sylvinna Kurniawan. Where did you see her play? As I mentioned in the Singapore Satellite thread, I watched a young Chinese-Indonesian player (Melicia Kurniawan) being trained by the ex-Pelatnas coach Liang Chiu Hsia, and probably representing Tangkas. She still looked pretty raw and probably lack the match experience.

    I also saw Djarum's boss in Singapore, Pak Victor Hartono.

    Here's a small excerpt from Bola on his comments regarding the upcoming Kejurnas in Medan (National Championships).


    [SIZE=-1]Semua tahu PB Djarum adalah klub bulutangkis terbesar di Tanah Air. Seperti mata air yang tak pernah kering, klub yang didukung perusahaan rokok ini terus melahirkan pemain bintang. Namun, di kancah Kejurnas Bulutangkis 2006 di Medan, mereka tidak berani sesumbar. [/SIZE]
    [SIZE=-1]
    “Kami terus terang tidak berani sesumbar optimistis bakal juara. Paling-paling berusaha yang terbaik saja,” sebut CEO PT Djarum Kudus, Victor R. Hartono. Mengapa bos Djarum ini tidak berani berkoar pada perhelatan di GOR Unimed, Medan, 14-18 November, karena menurutnya kekuatan klub-klub di Tanah Air sekarang demikian merata. Djarum, Tangkas Bogasari Jakarta, Jayaraya Jakarta, Suryanaga Surabaya, atau SGS Bandung memiliki kemampuan setara.
    [/SIZE]
     
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    tan bin shen and ong soon hock seems to be strugglign a little.....it's been awhile since we've seen them reaching a quarter final....
    good thing is guaranteed m'sian representative in finals as lee tsuen seng faces sairul tommorow....i think if all goes well lee tsuen seng will win his 2nd dutch open........m'sia boleh
     
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    tan bin shen/ong soon hock won it 21-11 21-14.....tough match tommorow but i really hope they can make their first finals in a long time
     
  19. Sandy

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    yes Sylvinna is Chinese Indonesian

    Maria, Firda & Fransisca aren't Chinese ethnic also Sarwendah (some people wrong think about her).
    Some girl's players from this ethnic already out from Pelatnas because of injury : Wiwis Meyliana, Rosaria Pungkasari from Djarum.
     
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    Talking about Djarum club.
    Currently Djarum placed the most player but not the top player. This is effect of 90s Djarum cut the budget of Badminton club because any Trading Regulation by BPPC in "Orde Baru" era.
    Looking the some results in end of 90s and early 2000s, Djarum wasn't as dominate as last 3 years. In that time Tangkas was better than other clubs.
     
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