Indonesia Badminton

Discussion in 'Indonesia Professional Players' started by kidosetiawan, May 15, 2007.

  1. yuquall

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    Good news. His test just came out negative.

     
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    Wow, that's really slow in testing!

    But if he had spots in his lungs, I think it's still better to be careful as the test could have false negatives
     
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    He had a negative from the rapid test. And another negative from the swab test (after some days). They didn't mention anything about the spot in his lung but seemed to think it was a pretty accurate result.
     
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    Hope the rest of the country stays safe.
     
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    The new BWF schedule is pretty tight.
    1st priority: full squad for Thomas & Uber cup on 3-11 Oct.

    2nd: INA Open, 17-22 Nov.

    3rd: French Open, 20-25 Oct.

    4th: BWF World Tour Final, 16-20 Dec.


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    Limpele is no longer with Indian National Team?
    Strange, he brought them their first ever MD superseries title last year.

    Also never know Firman was head coach of Mixed Doubles, always seen him with Chia / Soh. Thought he was MD coach
     
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    yes, Firman before this was MD coach for MAS team, right now after Covid-19 pandemic, the MAS team's coach management was reset last month and have most of the coaches reassigned to respective department......
     
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    Smash ability is the strong point of Indonesian players. they always occupy the position in the top 10 of the players with the best smash
     
  10. indrg

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    Is there a free live stream of MolaTV PBSI Home Tournament?


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    Wow, this is a very good quality

     
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    Putri Kusuma Wardani (18 yo) and Komang Ayu Cahya Dewi (17 yo) is ready for International tournaments next year, imo. If they work hard, INA should be able to get top 3 seeds in the 2024 UberCup. They have good up and coming talents and with Korea/Thai/Taipei doesnt seem to have good WS coming anymore, well Korea have ASY.
     
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    Putri kusuma is a great talent. I saw her in last WJC. If nurtured well, she could be a nice prospect for INA in coming years. She looks like a younger version of WYH looks wise, we'll see if she could replicate her in play style or not.
     
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    Do you think she looked like WYH or LXR more? I think she can be the 1st seed soon and GMT is also strong playing 2nd or 3rd singles.

    the win against ZhouMeng in the team Final is surely one of her career highlights. I'm not sure last year if she was really the best in the team. I believe she is the youngest in the whole team at that time (2019)
     
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    We'll see her performance in 2021 WJC Auckland if she participated. Gregoria Mariska actually is potential star, 2017 World Junior Champion is the best evidence but sadly she looks stagnant at the moment to soar in senior stage, needs longer time to polish her talent.
     
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    After such a lengthy layoff for all players, it is anybody's game. Stay tune for some surprises.
     
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    No to Denmark and Yes to Asia Open I and II in Thailand? Does Thailand pay the insurance to cover covid?
     
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    all tournament organizer/hosts have always required 'hold harmless' injury waivers. players are covered by their teams or have individual private insurance. also:
    1. why would c-19 be classified differently from any other virus you might contract at a tournament like the common cold, other corona based flus, or hepatitis?
    2. how would you pinpoint exactly where you caught it? plane\train\taxi, hotel, restaurant, or anywhere else... host\organizer is only liable for negligence while you are inside the venue.
     
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    While Watching Denmark open that just ended 2 days ago and I was amused at the 2 Denmark singles : Anders Antonsen & Rasmus Gemke. When Victor is back, these trio are fantastic & I don’t know how INA can stop them in Thomas Cup. Our third single, Shesar is still below Gemke’s level.


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    Denmark always has good line up of MS palyers. It's almost a similar situation as Thomas Cup 2016, Denmark won by getting 3 wins in MS, while losing to Indonesia in 2 MD matches. Only this time, Ginting has improved and can go toe to toe with either Antonsen or Axelsen. In fact, Ginting has great head to head with Antonsen (3-0) and Axelsen (4-2).

    Either way, best scenario for Indonesia to win over Denmark is to get at least 1 MS win and get 2 wins in MD matches. I'd say the odd is still stacked against Denmark since they are a lot weaker in MD department now that Boe, Mogensen, Duo Mads have retired.
     

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