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Archive for February 27th, 2009

24 TIM IKUTI KEJUARAAN PIALA TELKOM

Posted by SEJAHTERA BADMINTON on February 27, 2009


Surabaya, 27/2 (Sports.Roll) – Sebanyak 24 tim dari perusahaan dan instansi di Jawa Timur mengikuti kejuaraan bulu tangkis Piala Telkom yang berlangsung di Surabaya, pada 27 Februari hingga 1 Maret 2009.

Komisaris PT Telkom, Sartono didampingi “Executive General Manager” Telkom Jatim, Triana Mulyatsa membuka secara resmi kejuaraan tahunan tersebut di GOR Wahana Asah Raga (WAR) Stadium Telkom Jatim di Surabaya, Jumat.

Peserta yang ambil bagian berasal dari berbagai perusahaan dan instansi pemerintah, di antaranya Telkomsel, Indosat, XL, PLN, Pertamina, PT Pos Indonesia, PT Merpati Nusantara Airlines, Universitas Negeri Surabaya, dan Marinir.

Ketua Bidang Pertandingan, Nanang R.Hidayat mengatakan, pertandingan menggunakan sistem gugur dengan memainkan tiga nomor ganda.

“Tidak ada batasan usia, namun pemain yang tampil harus benar-benar karyawan perusahaan, bukan pemain pinjaman,” katanya.

Pemenang pertama kejuaraan tahunan yang digelar Telkom Jatim ini, akan mendapatkan medali emas ditambah uang pembinaan sebesar Rp7,5 juta dan piala bergilir dari Telkom.

Sedangkan posisi kedua dan ketiga, masing-masing mendapatkan medali, piala dan uang pembinaan Rp4 juta dan Rp2,5 juta.

Triana Mulyatsa mengemukakan, kejuaraan ini menjadi ajang silaturahmi dan menjalin keakraban antara Telkom dengan mitra bisnisnya. ***4***

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PBSI Targetkan Indonesia Raih Satu Gelar Juara

Posted by SEJAHTERA BADMINTON on February 27, 2009


Kapanlagi.com – Ketua Umum PB PBSI Jenderal TNI Djoko Santoso setelah upacara pelepasan pemain dan ofisial yang akan berangkat ke All England dan Swiss Super Series, mengatakan para pemain tim Indonesia ditargetkan membawa pulang sedikitnya satu gelar.

“Target realistisnya diharapkan ganda campuran, Nova Widianto/Liliyana Natsir yang menjadi unggulan pertama bisa memperoleh gelar juara, yang lain-lainnya diharapkan masuk final atau semifinal untuk yang masih muda,” ujar Djoko.

Meski demikian, Liliyana yang sejak pekan lalu terserang sakit flu dan sempat absen latihan, masih tampak belum pulih sepenuhnya.

“Tahun lalu sebelum ke All England juga sakit, mudah-mudahan bisa cepat sembuh,” kata Liliyana yang bersama Nova pada All England tahu lalu menjadi runner-up.

Lebih lanjut Djoko mengatakan, salah satu pemain tunggal putra diharapkan dapat menembus final turnamen berhadiah total 200.000 dolar AS itu, sedangkan ganda putri bisa mencapai semifinal.

Pada nomor tunggal putra, pelatnas mengikutsertakan pemain nomor lima dunia Sony Dwi Kuncoro dan peringkat 10 Simon Santoso, sedangkan Tommy Sugiarto berangkat dengan biaya sendiri. Sementara sektor ganda putri mengikutsertakan dua pasangan, Greysia Polii/Nitya Krishinda dan Shendy Puspa/Meiliana Jauhari.

Semula Tommy juga akan mengikuti turnamen Grand Prix Jerman Terbuka yang saat ini sedang berlangsung, namun ia menarik diri dari turnamen tersebut.

Ditanya apakah finalis All England 1999 dan 2000 Taufik Hidayat –yang sudah keluar dari pelatnas– akan menjadi ancaman bagi pemain-pemain pelatnas, Djoko mengatakan, setiap pemain yang berlaga di luar negeri tetap mewakili Indonesia meski sudah tidak termasuk dalam tim nasional.

“Semua atlet itu atlet Indonesia, namun ada dua jalur, melalui PBSI dan jalur profesional. PBSI tetap memfasilitasi mereka seperti mendaftarkan untuk mengikuti turnamen, membantu memesan tiket, hotel dan lain-lain,” papar Djoko.

Selain Taufik, beberapa atlet non-pelatnas yang akan bertanding di Birmingham antara lain, pasangan Alvent Yulianto/Hendra AG, Candra Wijaya/Joko Riyadi dan Jo Novita/Rani Mundiasti. (kpl/zul)

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Tracey announces her retirement

Posted by SEJAHTERA BADMINTON on February 27, 2009


TRACEY HALLAM today brought down the curtain on a glittering badminton career – just days before the start of the Yonex All England Championships in Birmingham.

The 33-year-old left-hander from Burton-on-Trent bows out with a string of successes to her name.

Topping the list is the Commonwealth Games gold medal she won in Melbourne in 2006 to make up for her disappointment in Manchester 2002 when she had to settle for the silver.

But she also won two English Nationals singles titles and one women’s doubles crown as well as titles on the international circuit to go with her 81 England appearances.

On the international circuit she won titles in France, Vietnam, Romania and Israel as recently as 2007 and Taipei in 2005. But perhaps her best performance at Open tournaments was in finishing runner-up at the 2006 Malaysian Open.

In 10 years at the top she climbed to No 7 in the world and reached the last eight in three consecutive world championships – 2005 in Anaheim, 2006 in Madrid and, after being sidelined for six months with a career-threatening ankle injury, the 2007 championships in Kuala Lumpur.

Tracey’s comeback was complete when she qualified for Great Britain’s Olympic squad in Beijing and her second Olympics, having reached the quarter-finals in Athens in 2004 when she beat Denmark’s former world champion Camilla Martin for the first time in the second round. In Beijing she reached the third round before bowing out.

She also helped England win the bronze medal at the Sudirman Cup world mixed team championships in Glasgow in 2007.

England head coach Ian Wright said: “We are sorry to lose Tracey. She has led the way in women’s singles for the last eight years. She has been a credit to the sport, particularly with the way she fought back from her 2006 injury. She will be a hard player to replace but it has been a pleasure working with her.”

Tracey said: “Since the Olympics in Beijing I have had chance to take stock and I think now is the right time to stop. I have a lot of happy memories, particularly winning my first English National title by finally beating my great rival Julia Mann and then winning the Commonwealth gold medal. That made up for the disappointment of losing in 2002 against a player I had beaten in the team event.

“Having won a women’s doubles title at the 2008 English National Championships without any preparation, I would have like to have carried on playing doubles but it wasn’t to be.”

Tracey, who will be watching many of her former team-mates at next week’s Yonex All England Championships at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham, said: “It’s a great tournament – it attracts the world’s best – and brings back many happy memories. But there are other tournaments which are also special. I have fond memories of my success in Taiwan and Vietnam and of reaching the Malaysian Open final.”

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Chong Wei takes on big role as Unicef ambassador

Posted by SEJAHTERA BADMINTON on February 27, 2009


By RAJES PAUL

KUALA LUMPUR: World number one men singles shuttler Lee Chong Wei has been appointed as the National Goodwill Amba­ssador for United Nations Children Fund (Unicef) Malaysia.

And the Beijing Olympic Games silver medallist is determined to begin his duties as a role model for children with good performances in the back-to-back Super Series tournaments in Europe – the All-England and Swiss Open.

He leaves with the Malaysian team today for Birmingham. The All-England begin on Wednesday and the Swiss Open will be played in Basel from March 10-15.

The 27-year-old Chong Wei, who has yet to win the prestigious All-England title, said that he was honoured to represent Unicef Malaysia.

“I am truly honoured to leave tomorrow for the All-England as an Unicef ambassador. As a badminton player, I would like to bring good cheer to the children by doing well,” he said.

“I am determined to maintain a good image and be a good role model. Hopefully, I will be able to inspire many children along the way.”

And when he is free from preparing and playing in international tournaments this year, Chong Wei wants to be involved in helping children and supporting the Unicef programmes.

“It is one of my responsibilities as an international player to help those in need and to promote children programmes,” he said.

As one of Unicef’s sports personalities, Chong Wei joins the ranks with soccer greats David Beckham, Marcel Desailly and Francesco Totti; tennis champion Roger Federer and Ana Ivanovic; and cricket legend Ravi Shastri. On his chances in the All-England and Swiss Open, where Olympic champion Lin Dan of China is the heavy favourite, Chong Wei said that he was well prepared, both physically and mentally.

He is seen as a good bet to end Malaysia’s six-year drought of All-England men’s singles title since Mohd Hafiz Hashim emerged as the champion in 2003.

“I am more relaxed in my approach. I am the top seed in both the tournaments but I do not want to do the mistake by putting undue pressure on myself,” said Chong Wei.

“It will give me great joy if I can live up to my top billings in these two tournaments but I know that it will be easier said than done. I have challenging draws and tough battles ahead.”

In the All-England, he faces a tricky first-round encounter against China’s youngster Lu Yi. He has in his half of the draw the top three Indonesians – Taufik Hidayat, who is out to nail an elusive All-England title, Sony Dwi Kuncoro and Simon Santoso.

Also in the same half are Denmark’s Peter-Gade Christensen and Thailand’s Boonsak Ponsana.

Lin Dan and two compatriots Bao Chunlai and defending champion Chen Jin are in the other half of the draw.

In the Swiss Open, Chong Wei has a better route to the final. All the four Chinese players – Lin Dan, Chunlai, Chen Jin and Lu Yi – are not in his half of the draw.

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KEJUARAAN BULUTANGKIS ANTAR PERUSAHAAN SE-JATIM TERANCAM BATAL

Posted by SEJAHTERA BADMINTON on February 27, 2009


Surabaya, 26/2 (Sports.Roll) – Kejuaraan bulu tangkis antarperusahaan dan instansi se Jawa Timur yang dijadwalkan berlangsung 7-15 Maret 2009, terancam batal karena jumlah peserta yang ambil bagian sangat minim.

Informasi yang diperoleh wartawan di Surabaya, Kamis, menyebutkan hingga berakhirnya batas waktu pendaftaran pada Rabu (25/2), peserta yang memastikan ikut hanya sebanyak 15 perusahaan dan instansi.

Padahal, PBSI Kota Surabaya selaku panitia penyelenggara sempat menargetkan 100 peserta, kemudian direvisi menjadi sekitar 40 peserta.

Sejumlah perusahaan dan instansi yang sudah memastikan ikut dalam kejuaraan berhadiah total Rp50 juta itu, antara lain PTPN X, Pelindo III, BNI ’46, Koarmatim, Surya Baja, Koperasi Warga Semen Gresik (KWG), dan PBSI Kota Probolinggo.

Minimnya jumlah peserta ini diduga karena pada saat hampir bersamaan Telkom Divre V Jatim juga menggelar kejuaraan serupa. Kejuaraan tahunan Telkom Cup yang berlangsung akhir pekan ini, diikuti sebanyak 24 perusahaan dan instansi.

Sekretaris Panpel Kejuaraan Antarperusahaan PBSI Surabaya, Wayan Parna yang dikonfirmasi terpisah mengatakan salah satu alasan minimnya peserta karena perusahaan atau instansi kesulitan mendapatkan pemain.

“Bahkan ada beberapa perusahaan yang sebelumnya ingin ikut, tiba-tiba mundur karena sulit dapat pemain bagus. Awalnya mereka ingin pakai pemain dari karyawan sendiri, tapi takut kalah bersaing,” katanya.

Wayan mengakui tidak menutup kemungkinan kejuaraan yang baru pertama kali digelar PBSI Surabaya ini akan diundur pelaksanaannya, apabila jumlah peserta tidak ada penambahan.

“Pendaftaran kami perpanjang hingga Jumat (27/2). Kalau pesertanya masih tetap seperti sekarang, mungkin kejuaraan ini akan diundur,” ujarnya.

Ketua Umum Pengkot PBSI Surabaya, Abdul Chodir mengaku belum bisa memastikan apakah kejuaraan ini akan diundur atau tetap dilaksanakan sesuai jadwal semula pada 7-15 Maret mendatang.

“Saya masih harus rapatkan masalah ini dengan panitia. Awalnya kami memang optimis pesertanya akan banyak, tapi tidak tahunya di Telkom ada kejuaraan yang sama,” katanya. ***4***

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JADWAL PEREMPAT FINAL YONEX GERMAN OPEN 2009

Posted by SEJAHTERA BADMINTON on February 27, 2009


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Results Day 3 German Open GP ’09 All Danish Out, China Lead The Way

Posted by SEJAHTERA BADMINTON on February 27, 2009


By Ferry Irawan

(Bulutangkis.com) – The Danish team came with their 2nd level of players to this tournament, now out of luck without any shuttler in the quarterfinals round. Hans Kristian Vittingus (12) as the last envoy of Danish player, lost from seeded #2, Chetan Anand in the third round. Meanwhile, all of China players have better luck to advance the next round.

Men’s Singles

The first upset of Day 3 German Open Grand Prix 2009 opened by the world #54 from Korea, Hong Ji Hoon who destroys seeded #12 the winner of Swedish International Challenge 2009, Jan O Jorgensen in rubber set, 22-20, 21-23, 21-19 for the longest match more than one hours. Both players have equal skills but Jorgensen has less of luck at the end of first and third set. Hoon finally took his quarterfinal ticket after beating another seeded from Japan, Kenichi Tago (4) , 21-14, 11-21, 22-20 in the third round.

The other Japanese shuttler, Sho Sasaki (6) take an advantage from his junior, Kazushi Yamada in the second but considerably lost from China’s, Gong Weijie 15-21, 18-21 in the third round.The England’s Rajiv Ouseph still make his impresses in the second round when he stopped the winner KLRC Australia Open 2008, Tan Chun Seang, 21-18, 17-21, 21-15 but then surrender so easily from the Chinese youngster, world #213, Chen Long 12-21, 14-21.

The last shuttler from Denmark in Men’s Singles event, Hans Kristian Vittingus (16) might progressed to the third round after beating his junior, Kasper Ispin but have no luck over India’s Chetan Anand (seeded #2) in the last match of day 3. Vittingus could leveled Anand’s attractive game in the 2nd set 21-18 after went down 14-21 in the first. But he lost his focus and power in the third set and blew his chance to the quarterfinal 12-21.

Women’s Doubles

The upset from women’s doubles created by Japanese ladies, Mizuki Fujii/Reika Kakiwa who crashed seeded #8 from Singapore, Yu Yan Vanessa/Fan Frances Liu 21-19, 18-21, 21-12. Fujii/Kakiwa had less experienced but they could manage their errors and play effectively with their placing in front of net.

Seeded #2, Ha Jung Eun/Kim Min Jung from Korea have to play rubber to stop Japan’s pair, Shizuka Matsuo/Mami Naito, 18-21, 21-12, 21-15 when their youngster, Jang Ye Na/Kim Mi Young not strong enough to face Singapore’s Yao Lei/Shinta Mulia Sari (6) and lost their game 19-21, 11-21.

Another interesting match represented by host ‘new collaboration’ pair, Birgit Overzier/Sandra Marinello. Although they have to face two Chinese, Pan Pan/Tian Qing, both of them plays so relax without any scarify. The China thumb down 18-21 in the first set after making so many mistakes when the Germany came with their attack and netting, But in the next two set, both of players plas effectively with less of errors and beautifully placing and netting. Pan/Qing changes their strategy in the last two set and plays aggressively before took it 21-10, 21-19.

Men’s Doubles

Three senior players originally from Indonesia, Halim Haryanto, Flandy Limpele and Tony Gunawan still have their clinging edge. Halim/Flandy continued to quarterfinals after stop England’s 1st seeded, Richard Eidestedt/Andrew Ellis 21-10, 21-17. In the other match, Tony Gunawan who partnering with Howard Bach breezed Danish pair, Mikkel Delbo/Rasmus Bonde 21-13, 21-16. But unfortunately in the next round, both of these pairs should against each other to wrest semifinal ticket.

Another upset in this sector created by Japanese pair, Naoki Kawamae/Shoji Sato who dust off seeded 4 from Denmark, Simon Mollyhus/Anders Kristiansen, 21-14, 21-15. Park Joo Boong also succeeded to carry his new pair, Kenichi Hayakawa/Kenta Kazuno who advanced to quarterfinal after beating Malaysian, Chang Pen Soon/Mohd Razif, 21-23, 21-15, 21-18.

Women’s Singles

Elizabeth Cann leads three upset to Japanese ladies who started from Megumi Taruno, 22-20, 21-14. Bae Youn Joo who plays very great in the previous round and breezed Juliane Schenk now continue her dignity over Masayo Nojirino 24-22, 9-21, 19-15. Masayo stop her game after get injury in the third set. A giant killer, Ai Goto seems lost her spells and surrender to Wang Yihan (6) in easily match 13-21, 7-21.

The Netherland, Judith Meulendijks having no problems to stop Bulgaria’s rising star, Petya Nedelcheva 21-19, 21-10 when Xu Huaiwen as the second seed have to fight 64 minutes to eliminate Singapore’s Xing Aiying, 19-21, 21-15, 21-14.

Mixed Doubles

Two Chinese pair Zheng Bo/Ma Jin and Xu Chen/Zhao Yunlei progressed to quarterfinals after both of them make impresses European pair, Mikkel Delbo/Mie Schjoett (8) 23-21, 21-9 and Kristof Hopp/Birgit Overzier, 21-15, 21-11.

Flandy Limpele who partnering with Anastasia Rushkikh also advanced to quarterfinals after took their winning from Japan’s Noriyasu/Shizuka but his partner, Halim Haryanto who duets with Peng Yun lost from India’s Diju/Jwala (seeded #4), 21-10, 21-12.

The new Malaysia collaboration, Mohd Razif/Woon Khe Wei not having their good luck to make an upset over Korean, Ko Sung Hyun/Ha Jung Eun and get lost in the rubber game 21-19, 13-21, 8-21.

(Fey, http://www.bulutangkismania.wordpress.com)

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70 PEBULUTANGKIS IKUTI SELEKNAS

Posted by SEJAHTERA BADMINTON on February 27, 2009


Jakarta, 26/2 (Sports.Roll) – Sebanyak 70 pebulutangkis muda akan mengikuti seleksi nasional untuk mengisi pemusatan latihan nasional (Pelatnas) Pratama.

“Seleksi akan berlangsung 10-15 Maret, tanggal 16 tes IQ dan EQ dan tes kesehatan pada 17 Maret,” ujar ketua Bidang Pembinaan prestasi PB PBSI Lius Pongoh di Jakarta, Kamis.

Lius mengatakan, seleksi akan dilaksanakan dalam bentuk pertandingan dengan sistem setengah kompetisi di Pelatnas Cipayung, yang juaranya dipastikan akan diambil masuk Pelatnas.

“Untuk tunggal akan diambil sesuai kebutuhan, jika yang dibutuhkan tiga pemain berati yang diambil adalah mereka yang menempati peringkat satu hingga tiga, sementara untuk ganda hanya juaranya saja yang mutlak diambil,” papar Lius.

Untuk Pelatnas Pratama tersebut, usia pemain dibatasi maksimal 21 tahun.

Dari 70 peserta yang ambil bagian, akan diambil masing-masing tiga tunggal putra, dua tunggal putri, empat pasang ganda putra, tiga ganda putri dan dua ganda campuran.

Para pemain yang menghuni pelatnas pratama tersebut nantinya akan ditangani oleh pelatih yang ditentukan kemudian.

“Jadi setelah seleknas dan diumumkan siapa yang terpilih masuk pelatnas, mereka akan dipulangkan untuk dipanggil lagi kemudian,” tambahnya.

Saat ini asrama Cipayung telah dihuni 35 pemain yang menghuni Pelatnas Utama hasil pemanggilan pemain tahap pertama dan kedua. ***4***

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