Gregoria Mariska

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  1. TheNotorious

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    Yes, she won World Junior Championship !
     
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    Congrats Gregoria... next win the GPG.
     
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    Another defeat at R2 in Malaysia International Challenge. I think it is safe to say that she won't reach high level performance until about 21-22, and will take even more time to really become a top player (about 24 maybe). Pretty late compared to WS from other countries which often already reaches the top at about 21. Her motivation to thrive further and be a top player looks questionable though.

    Well, I guess Indonesia can wait for another 10/20 years to have a strong WS player, or even longer
     
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    Previous WJC winner is Girl Single such as WL, WYH, SN, CM, RI, AY, NO is successfull in the senior stage, at least with multiple SS titles and top 5 in the ranking.

    Can Gregoria do so ? ;)
     
  5. indrg

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    Her run in the beginning of 2018 came to end with a loss to Nitchaon Jindapol yet again :(.
     
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    When did exactly Gregoria lost for the second time against Nitchaon Jindapol?

    BTW she won twice against Nitchaon Jindapol at Uber Cup (2016 & 2018). She did it.

    Her 3 of 4 Uber Cup matches were her revenge against her previous defeat:
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...57097B-20D5-4CF4-8E22-7138EE7565DC&player=435
     
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    GMT really badly injured this time. I'm really worried about her bc as rumoured said she's having hnp. Hopefully she get well soon.
     
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    What happened?
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    What’s hnp?

    Edit. I found two diagnoses. Herniated disc or precursor of cancer of the colon
     
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    Yes it's herniated disc, but it's still rumoured. Hopefully it's false rumours or it didn't become serious.
     
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    I hope everything is okay since she's already resumed her training again...
     
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    Gregoria is scheduled to meet RI in the upcoming Malaysia Open. This is their fourth meetings. Under the new INA WS coach, I expect Gregoria to give her best and fight until the end against RI. Han Yue, runner up and her final opponent at WJC 2017, managed to put up a good fight against RI in SF India Open. Now, she is ranked higher than Gregoria. I hope Gregoria can catch up soon.
     
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    Yet she lost again


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    Patience, Gregoria Mariska is only 19 years old, a very promising up-and-comer. Even Fitriani Firtriani and Ruselli Hartawan are not to be underestimated.

    I feel that INA WS are facing a similar problem as the CHN WS, youthful, around the ages of 19 - 21/22, still not experienced enough but have room for progress. I believe its a matter of time, one or the other, most likely GM atm, may make a big breakthrough.

    Notably, badminton is still hugely popular in INA and she has a long and illustrious tradition of producing great players, and the foundation is still rock-solid.I don't think the slump period will stretch for too long, probably going through the kind of ups-and-downs that China is also going through now, a cyclical thing.

    I guess we can only hope while continuing to do our utmost that the down-cycle doesn't last too long or it may be become a depression, so to speak.

    But with your, esp MD, WD and XD doing quite well, and MS already showing signs of healthy regeneration, I trust it won't be long before INA badminton is shining bright again.

    By the way, what happened to Hanna Ramadini, she once caught my attention ?
     
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    Hanna quitted from national team since last year. I don't remember much about the reason. Probably for study reason or unable to keep up the pressure.

    With the new WS head coach, Rionny Mainaky, in the team, I am sure that INA WS will develop even more. INA WS has never been the same since Susi retired. But, with GMT, I believe that INA WS can reach greater heights. Fitriani is also done well lately.
     

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