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Archive for April 5th, 2009

TAHUKAN ANDA !? BERAPAKAH USIA MEREKA SAAT INI (Bagian 2)

Posted by SEJAHTERA BADMINTON on April 5, 2009


Algeria

Nabil Lasmari (Feb 08, 1978) 31

Australia

Eugenia Tanaka (Mar 09, 1987) 21
Erin Carroll (Apr 04, 1986) 22
Tania Luiz (Aug 24, 1983) 25
Ross Smith (Apr 11, 1985) 23
Glenn Warfe (Jan 19, 1984) 24
Stuart Gomez (Nov 15, 1982) 26

Austria

Simone Prutsch (Oct 17, 1978) 30
Juergen Koch (Jan 08, 1973) 36

Belarus

Olga Konon (Nov 11, 1989) 19

Belgium

Yuhan Tan (Apr 21, 1987) 21

Brazil

Guilherme Pardo (Oct 13, 1981) 27

Bulgaria

Diana Dimova (Aug 07, 1984) 24
Petya Nedelcheva (Jul 30, 1983) 25

Canada

Anna Rice (Aug 19, 1980) 28
Val Loker (May 01, 1980) 28
Andrew Dabeka (Oct 25, 1978) 30
Mike Beres (May 13, 1973) 35

China

Lu Lan (Oct 17, 1987) 21
Yu Yang (Apr 07, 1986) 22
Zhang Yawen (Mar 09, 1985) 23
Du Jing (Jun 23, 1984) 24
Zhu Lin (Oct 29, 1984) 24
Wei Yili (Jun 24, 1982) 26
Zhang Jiewen (Jan 04, 1981) 28
Xie Xingfang (Jan 08, 1981) 28
Gao Ling (Mar 14, 1979) 29
Yang Wei (Jan 13, 1979) 30
Zhang Ning (May 19, 1975) 33
Wang Yihan (Jan 18, 1988) 21
Wang Lin (Mar 31, 1989) 19
Jiang Yan Jiao (Jun 26, 1986) 22
Chen Jin (Jan 10, 1986) 23
He Hanbin (Jan 10, 1986) 23
Guo Zhendong (Aug 04, 1984) 24
Bao Chunlai (Feb 17, 1983) 25
Fu Haifeng (Jan 02, 1984) 25
Xie Zhongbo (May 22, 1983) 25
Zheng Bo (Nov 26, 1983) 25
Lin Dan (Oct 14, 1983) 25
Cai Yun (Jan 19, 1980) 29

Chinese Taipei

Cheng Shao-Chieh (Jan 04, 1986) 23
Chou Chia-Chi (Aug 21, 1983) 25
Cheng Wen-Hsing (Feb 24, 1982) 26
Chien Yu-Chin (Oct 24, 1982) 26
Chen Hung-Ling (Feb 10, 1986) 23
Hsieh Yu-Hsing (Jul 23, 1983) 25
Tsai Chia-Hsin (Jul 25, 1982) 26
Hu Chung-Hsien (Dec 25, 1975) 33

Czech Republic

Kristina Ludikova (Sep 12, 1988) 20
Martina Benesova (Feb 12, 1985) 24
Petr Koukal (Dec 14, 1985) 23
Jan Frohlich (Mar 15, 1980) 28

Denmark

Lena Frier Kristiansen (Mar 12, 1983) 25
Kamilla Rytter Juhl (Nov 23, 1983) 25
Tine Rasmussen (Jul 21, 1979) 29
Carsten Mogensen (Jul 24, 1983) 25
Mathias Boe (Jul 11, 1980) 28
Jonas Rasmussen (Oct 28, 1977) 31
Thomas Laybourn (Sep 30, 1977) 31
Peter Hoeeg Gade (Dec 14, 1976) 32
Lars Paaske (Jan 18, 1976) 33
Kenneth Jonassen (Jul 03, 1974) 34
Martin Lundgaard Hansen (Oct 11, 1972) 36
Jens Dyrloev Eriksen (Dec 30, 1969) 39

Egypt

Hadia Hosny (Jul 30, 1988) 20

Estonia

Kati Tolmoff (Dec 03, 1983) 25
Raul Must (Nov 09, 1987) 21

Finland

Anu Nieminen (Dec 16, 1977) 31
Ville Lang (Feb 14, 1985) 23

France

Pi Hongyan (Jan 25, 1979) 30
Brice Leverdez (Apr 09, 1986) 22
Erwin Kehlhoffner (Dec 06, 1983) 25

Germany

Birgit Overzier (Sep 28, 1984) 24
Juliane Schenk (Nov 26, 1982) 26
Kathrin Piotrowski (Apr 17, 1980) 28
Xu Huaiwen (Aug 02, 1975) 33
Nicole Grether (Oct 17, 1974) 34
Marc Zwiebler (Mar 13, 1984) 24
Bjorn Joppien (Jan 30, 1981) 28
Ingo Kindervater (Jan 01, 1979) 30
Kristof Hopp (Jul 14, 1978) 30

Great Britain

Donna Kellogg (Jan 20, 1978) 31
Gail Emms (Jul 23, 1977) 31
Tracey Hallam (Mar 24, 1975) 33
Andrew Smith (Jun 03, 1984) 24
Nathan Robertson (May 30, 1977) 31
Anthony Clark (Nov 01, 1977) 31

Guatemala

Kevin Cordon (Nov 28, 1986) 22

Hong Kong

Yip Pui Yin (Aug 06, 1987) 21
Wang Chen (Jun 21, 1976) 32
Ng Wei (Jul 14, 1981) 27

Iceland
Ragna Bjorg Ingolfsdottir (Feb 22, 1983) 25

India

Saina Nehwal (Mar 17, 1990) 18
Jwala Gutta (Sep 07, 1983) 25
Chetan Anand (Jul 08, 1980) 28
Anup Sridhar (Apr 11, 1983) 25
Abhinn Shyam Gupta (Oct 22, 1979) 29

Indonesia

Maria Kristin Yulianti (Jun 25, 1985) 23
Liliyana Natsir (Sep 09, 1985) 23
Vita Marissa (Jan 04, 1981) 28
Markis Kido (Aug 11, 1984) 24
Hendra Setiawan (Aug 25, 1984) 24
Sony Dwi Kuncoro (Jul 07, 1984) 24
Taufik Hidayat (Aug 10, 1981) 27
Alvent Yulianto Chandra (Jul 11, 1980) 28
Luluk Hadiyanto (Jun 08, 1979) 29
Nova Widianto (Oct 10, 1977) 31
Flandy Limpele (Feb 09, 1974) 35
Simon Santoso (Jul 29, 1985) 23

Iran

Kaveh Mehrabi (May 05, 1982) 26

Ireland

Chloe Magee (Nov 29, 1988) 20
Scott Evans (Sep 26, 1987) 21

Italy

Agnese Allegrini (Jul 03, 1982) 26

Japan

Eriko Hirose (Mar 16, 1985) 23
Miyuki Maeda (Oct 14, 1985) 23
Kumiko Ogura (Jul 05, 1983) 25
Reiko Shiota (Sep 30, 1983) 25
Satoko Suetsuna (Jan 30, 1981) 28
Shoji Sato (Sep 19, 1982) 26
Shintaro Ikeda (Dec 27, 1980) 28
Keita Masuda (Feb 27, 1979) 29
Shuichi Sakamoto (Jun 14, 1979) 29
Tadashi Ohtsuka (Apr 30, 1978) 30

Korea

Ha Jun-geun (Apr 26, 1987) 21
Kim Min-jung (Jul 29, 1986) 22
Hwang Yu-mi (Mar 18, 1983) 25
Jun Jae-youn (Feb 09, 1983) 26
Lee Hyo-jung (Jan 13, 1981) 28
Lee Kyung-won (Jan 21, 1980) 29
Lee Yong-dae (Sep 11, 1988) 20
Hwang Ji-man (Jul 08, 1984) 24
Han Sang-hun (Oct 27, 1984) 24
Park Sung-hwan (Sep 04, 1984) 24
Park Tae-sang (Jun 20, 1979) 29
Jung Jae-sung (Aug 25, 1982) 26
Lee Jae-jin (Jan 26, 1983) 26
Lee Hyun-il (Apr 17, 1980) 28

Lithuania

Akvile Stapusaityte (Mar 25, 1986) 22
Kestutis Navickas (Jan 13, 1984) 24

Malaysia

Wong Mew Choo (May 01, 1983) 25
Chin Eei Hui (Jun 18, 1982) 26
Wong Pei Tty (Nov 11, 1981) 27
Tan Boon Heong (Sep 18, 1987) 21
Koo Kien Keat (Sep 18, 1985) 23
Lee Chong Wei (Oct 21, 1982) 26
Wong Choong Hann (Feb 17, 1977) 31
Choong Tan Fook (Feb 06, 1976) 33
Lee Wan Wah (Nov 24, 1975) 33
Roslin Hashim (Oct 23, 1975) 33
Hafiz Hashim (Sep 13, 1982) 26
Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari (Feb 5, 1983) 26

Mauritius

Karen Foo Kune (May 29, 1982) 26

Mexico

Deyanira Angulo (Mar 03, 1991) 17

New Zealand

Renee Flavell (Mar 28, 1982) 26
John Moody (Feb 21, 1983) 25
Craig Cooper (Feb 28, 1981) 27

Nigeria

Grace Daniel (Feb 24, 1984) 24

Peru

Claudia Rivero (Nov 28, 1986) 22

Poland

Nadiezda Kostiuczyk (May 21, 1984) 24
Kamila Augustyn (Jan 14, 1982) 27
Przemyslaw Wacha (Jan 31, 1981) 28
Michal Logosz (Nov 23, 1977) 31
Robert Mateusiak (Jan 13, 1976) 33

Portugal

Ana Moura (Jan 21, 1986) 23
Marco Vasconcelos (Nov 07, 1971) 37

Russia

Anastasia Russkikh (May 20, 1983) 25
Ekaterina Ananina (Jan 31, 1982) 27
Ella Karachkova (Aug 05, 1978) 30
Stanislav Pukhov (Jun 28, 1977) 31

Samoa

Heseti Mafaufau (Jun 11, 1986) 22

Seychelles

Juliette Ah-Wan (Apr 29, 1981) 27
Georgie Cupidon (Nov 10, 1981) 27

Singapore

Xing Aiying (Aug 02, 1989) 19
Li Yujia (Jan 18, 1983) 26
Jiang Yanmei (Feb 26, 1981) 27
Kendrick Lee (Oct 08, 1984) 24
Hendri Kurniawan Saputra (May 12, 1981) 27
Ronald Susilo (Jun 06, 1979) 29

Slovakia

Eva Sladekova (Dec 17, 1981) 27

Slovenia

Maja Tvrdy (Nov 20, 1983) 25

South Africa

Kerry Lee Harrington (Mar 21, 1986) 22
Chantal Botts (Mar 30, 1976) 32
Michelle Edwards (Jul 11, 1974) 34
Roelof Dednam (Aug 21, 1985) 23
Chris Dednam (Aug 08, 1983) 25

Spain

Yoana Martinez (Nov 18, 1980) 28
Pablo Abian (Jun 12, 1985) 23

Sri Lanka

Thilini Jayasinghe (Jan 15, 1985) 24

Sweden

Sara Persson (Sep 23, 1980) 28
Magnus Sahlberg (Feb 17, 1984) 24

Switzerland

Jeannine Cicognini (Nov 14, 1986) 22
Christian Bosiger (Mar 22, 1984) 24

Thailand

Salakjit Ponsana (Feb 14, 1984) 24
Saralee Thoungthongkam (Jun 13, 1979) 29
Boonsak Ponsana (Feb 22, 1982) 26
Sudket Prapakamol (Feb 08, 1980) 29

Uganda

Edwin Ekiring (Dec 22, 1983) 25

Ukraine

Larysa Gryga (May 31, 1984) 24
Vladyslav Druzchenko (Jan 16, 1973) 36

United States

Eva Lee (Aug 07, 1986) 22
Mesinee Mangkalakiri (Apr 21, 1983) 25
Raju Rai (Feb 03, 1983) 26
Bob Malaythong (Apr 10, 1981) 27
Howard Bach (Feb 22, 1979) 29

Vietnam

Nguyen Le Ngoc (Feb 12, 1984) 25
Nguyen Tien Minh (Feb 12, 1983) 26

Zambia

Eli Mambwe (Jul 18, 1982) 26

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TAHUKAN ANDA !? BERAPAKAH USIA MEREKA SAAT INI (Bagian 1)

Posted by SEJAHTERA BADMINTON on April 5, 2009


Ex-National Team Players

Taufik Hidayat (Aug 10, 1981) 27
Hendra Aprida Gunawan (Apr 06,1982) 26
Alvent Yulianto Chandra (Jul 11, 1980) 28
Luluk Hadiyanto (Jun 08, 1979) 29
Joko Riyadi (Jun 30, 1985) 23
Flandy Limpele (Feb 09, 1974) 35
Vita Marissa (Jan 04, 1981) 28

Indonesia National Team

Men’s Singles
Sony Dwi Kuncoro (Jul 07, 1984) 24
Simon Santoso (Jul 29, 1985) 23
Tommy Sugiarto (May 31, 1988) 20
Nugroho Andi Saputro (Oct 8, 1989) 19
Yoga Pratama

Women’s Singles

Maria Kristin Yulianti (Jun 25, 1985) 23
Adriyanti Firdasari (Dec 16, 1986) 22
Pia Bernadet Zebadiah (Jan 22, 1989) 20
Aprilia Yuswandari
Rizky Amelia Pradipta
Lindaweni Fanetri

Men’s Doubles

Markis Kido (Aug 11, 1984) 24
Hendra Setiawan (Aug 25, 1984) 24
Rian Sukmawan (Nov 21, 1985) 23
Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki (Nov 21, 1985) 23
Bona Septano (Sep 22, 1987) 21
Mohd Ahsan (Sep 07, 1987) 21
Fernando Kurniawan (May 05, 1988) 20
Lingga Lie (Jul 15, 1986) 22

Women’s Doubles

Meiliana Jauhari (May 07, 1984) 24
Shendy Puspa Irawati (May 20, 1987) 21
Gresya Polii (Aug 11, 1987) 21
Nitya Krishinda Maheswari (Dec 16, 1988) 20
Annisa Wahyuni (Feb 17, 1990) 19
Anneke Feinya Agustine
Komala Dewi

Mixed Doubles

Nova Widianto (Oct 10, 1977) 31
Liliyana Natsir (Sep 09, 1985) 23
Devin Lahardi (Jul 28, 1983) 25
Lita Nurlita (Nov 1,1983) 25
Fran Kurniawan (Apr 01, 1985) 23
Debby Susanto (May 3, 1989) 19
Akhmad Tantowi (Jul 18, 1987) 21
Richi Puspita Dili
Mohd Rijal (Oct 02, 1986) 22

Players waiting in the wings for possible call-up to National Team:

Andre Kurniawan Tedjono (Dec 07, 1986) 22
Rendra Wijaya (Nov 1, 1984) 24
Jenna Gozali (Mar 24, 1990) 18
Wifqi Windarto (Jun 09, 1989) 19
Afiat Yuris Wirawan (Sep 17, 1989) 19

PB Djarum’s promising BDs :

Rizky Yanu Kresnayandi (Jan 25, 1989) 20
Albert Saputra (May 12, 1990) 18
Mohd Ulinnuha (Sep 05, 1991) 17
Berry Angriawan (Oct 03, 1991) 17
Darmiko (Jan 05, 1992) 17
Jones Ralfy Jansen (Nov 12, 1992) 16 — watch out for this kid…he’s very exposive for his age!

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ASIAN CHAMPS PREVIEW – Chinese Assault on Suwon Fortress

Posted by SEJAHTERA BADMINTON on April 5, 2009


The Happy Suwon Badminton Asia Championships are set to kick off Tuesday with top flight badminton from some of the best the continent has to offer.  Most hotly contested will be the women’s singles, where all but one of the 14 Asians in the world’s top 20 – led by All England champion Wang Yihan (pictured) – have signalled their intention to play for the title in Korea’s historic walled city.

Spring has taken its time arriving in Korea but it is expected to finally warm up this week, just in time to greet Asia’s top shuttlers with an eruption of cherry blossoms and other flora as they arrive in Suwon for the Badminton Asia Championships.

The men’s events should have been a happy occasion in Happy Suwon for three Koreans trying to defend their Asian titles.  However, with Jung Jae Sung and Park Sung Hwan still missing in action following the start of their military duties, their younger teammates will be soldiering on to try to keep a title at home.

Lee Yong Dae and Shin Baek Cheol (pictured) will attempt to find the magic that helped them win the German Open title but they will face an uphill task with world #1 pair Kido/Setiawan in the race and in their half of the draw.  Before a potential semi-final with the top seeds, Lee/Shin will likely face either their German Open final opponents Hayakawa/Kazuno or China’s Chai Biao / Liu Xiaolong.

The bottom half of the draw is very difficult to predict, stacked as it is with dangerous, second-tier pairs such as Kumar/Thomas, Fang/Lee, Ikeda/Sakamoto, and China’s Guo/Xu.  Korea has a more than fair chance of producing a finalist there, too, as veterans Han Sang Hoon / Hwang Ji Man are in a separate quarter from Ko Sung Hyun and Yoo Yeon Seong.  Ko won the last tournament held in Suwon while Yoo recently signed on with the Suwon City Hall pro team.

The men’s singles draw is seriously under-strength, especially with the recent announcement that Bao Chunlai will miss the event due to knee surgery.  Still, China will be well-represented with Chens Jin and Long as well as Lu Yi, Du Pengyu and Qiu Yanbo.

Boonsak Ponsana (pictured), who has made early exits in all but two tournaments since last year’s championships, is seeded second and will attempt to challenge the Chinese might.  Hafiz Hashim of Malaysia will hope to keep his edge over Chen Long in their likely, second-round showdown and Malaysia will have a legion of youthful challengers to complement their crafty veteran.

The best Korean chance, on paper, is 15th seed Hong Ji Hoon.  He could take advantage of Bao Chunlai’s withdrawal but first he will have to get past Vietnam’s Nguyen Tien Minh in the round of 16.  Osaka finalist Shon Wan Ho will have to show very early that he can play with the big boys as he is set to meet Chen Jin in the second round.

The women’s singles has by far the strongest field.  Even the qualifying rounds look more like a Super Series with stalwarts like Zhu Jingjing, Kim Moon Hi, and Kang Hae Won waiting in the wings.  Minus the Indonesians, all of Asia’s best are in the draw, including China’s formidable top 7.  Two of China’s best, Wang Yihan and Zhu Lin, are crouched to take out Korea’s top two shuttlers – Hwang Hye Youn and Bae Youn Joo respectively – in the first round while Yip Pui Yin and Saina Nehwal are two others with the unenviable tasks of facing the likes of Wang Lin and Jiang Yanjiao in the first round.

If they all make it through their tricky first rounds, Malaysia’s two Wongs will face off against China’s two Wangs and the other major factor is Hong Kong.  Wang Chen and Zhou Mi (pictured), both of whom were semi-finalists in Seoul in January, will be gunning for Wang vs. Wang and Zhou vs. Zhu quarter-final matchups.

Korea’s Lee/Lee have won two Asian women’s doubles titles together and another one each apart.  However, they will have to be in top form this week when they face Zhao Tingting / Zhang Yawen (pictured below) in the second round with the winner likely having to go on to face Zhang’s former parter Zhang Dan, now playing with another Zhang under the Macau flag.  Zhang/Zhang made their debut together in Suwon two years ago and were embarrassed by a couple of teenagers but they have since been to a Super Series final and are not to be taken lightly.  The pair that emerges from that chamber of horrors must face Korea Open champions and top seeds Cheng/Chien of Chinese Taipei.

The bottom half of the draw promises some interesting second round China-Korea matchups, too as India Open champions Ma/Wang take on second-seeded Koreans Ha/Kim and Eom/Jung get a chance at a rematch against former Olympic champions Yang/Zhang, who were given a surprisingly competitive match by the Korean teens in Seoul this winter.

On the face of it, the mixed doubles might seem to be all about the quarter-final between Lee Yong Dae / Lee Hyo Jung and Indonesia’s Flandy Limpele / Vita Marissa in a repeat of the Olympic semi-final.

However, the bottom two quarters may be even more hotly contested, if less likely to produce a title pair.  Chinese Taipei’s Fang/Cheng, Thailand’s  Prapakamol/Thoungthongkam, and Korea’s (and Suwon’s) Yoo Yeon Seong / Kim Min Jung (pictured below) all go at it for one quarter-final spot.

Also, surprise All England finalists Ko Sung Hyun / Ha Jung Eun will get a good chance to show their result in Birmingham was no fluke  They are in perhaps the weakest quarter but must take on Hong Kong’s fourth-seeded Chau/Wiratama in their quarter-final.

The dark horses in the mixed draw are from China as veteran Zhang Yawen teams up with 19-year-old Chai Biao.  Swiss Open champion Ma Jin also has a temporary partner and she may get a chance to see if her winning streak over Olympic Champions Lee/Lee was due to more than just Zheng Bo.

Badzine will be on site in Suwon all week to bring you the action complete with live photos.

To download the complete draws, please CLICK HERE

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