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QUEENLINDSAY
Dec 6th, 2003, 04:34 AM
Does anybody know who participating in Vietnam Southeast Asian Games????
Tamarine?
Angelique??
Wynne??

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 6th, 2003, 09:28 AM
Tammy is on holiday for sure! ;)

Angelique Widjaja is participating in Adidas Tennis Camp in Arizona from December 2-10, 2003! You know, Angie is now sponsored by Adidas! She is there to get more things about tennis from Edberg and Hingis! :cool:

Indonesia is fielding Wynne, and 3 juniors - Sandy Gumulya, Septi Mende and Maya Rosa. :bounce:

Thailand is having Suchanan Viratprasert, Napaporn Tongsalee, Wilawan Choptang and Chattida Thimjapo! :bounce:

In women's team event - only 5 nations are participating: Thailand as seeded 1 then seeded 2 Indonesia plus Vietnam, Myanmar and the Philippines!

Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam received byes!

QF: Philippines def. Myanmar 3-0!

SF is being held today, Thailand v Vietnam and Indonesia v Philippines!

Latest news from my friend who is a sport reporter in Ho Chi Minh City:

Indonesia leads 1-0 against Philippines!

Septi Mende def. Patricia Santos 64 62

Sandy Gumulya v Czarina Mae Arevalo 67(5) 64 and at the time I got the news, they just began the final set!

Wynne is partnered with Maya Rosa in doubles!

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 6th, 2003, 10:08 AM
Women:

Thailand def. Vietnam 3-0, Indonesia def. Philippines 2-1 ;)

Tough battle for Indonesia against strong Thailand in final! :fiery:

Men:

Thailand def. Vietnam 3-0, Indonesia def. Malaysia 3-0 :bounce:

Fierce battle for Indonesia against better Thailand in final! :fiery:

kfh_9118
Dec 6th, 2003, 12:21 PM
Go Indonesia :bounce:

Vut
Dec 6th, 2003, 02:38 PM
WOW!!! THAILAND :banana:......... Gold Medal

King Aaron
Dec 6th, 2003, 04:57 PM
Malaysia lost. :sad: But what's new? I didn't expect them to win anyway.

Rising Sun
Dec 6th, 2003, 05:57 PM
What a pity there was no women's team for Malaysia. :mad:

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 7th, 2003, 03:45 AM
After Septi Mende defeated Patricia in the 1st match - Czarina Mae Arevalo had sweet revenge by downing Sandy Gumulya! Sandy outclassed Czarina last month in Manila when both players competed in 10K! In the 1st set, Sandy was actually leading 5-2 but Czarina rallied to level the match and forced Sandy into TB. In this TB, Sandy was also leading 5-4 but then she lost 6-7(5)! :mad: The non-playing captain of Indonesia, Suzanna Anggarkusuma said that Sandy was not tough mentally and she could not handle critical points. While Czarina played very good!

In 2nd set, Sandy regained her control and she made 3 aces then closed the set 6-4! Final set was full of strokes from baseline by both players and over all the match was eventually done in 2 hours or so! Both players broke each other's serve in this final set. In another TB, Sandy was actually leading again 5-2 but she just could not manage her own game and it went on 7 all then finally Czarina won TB, 9-7! Luckily, in doubles' match - Wynne Prakusya/Maya Rosa could win over Arevalo/Santos 75 62 and Indonesia became the challenger against very strong Thailand in final! :bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 7th, 2003, 09:58 AM
Surprising result for Indonesian men!!! :eek:
Yes, yes, yes!!! :bounce: Febi, Prima, Hendri and Suwandi fought courageously to defeat strong Thailand and grabbed the gold medal in men's team event. Indonesia won 2-1! Congrats to the Indonesian men's team!!! Also congrats to Thailand men's team! :cool:

Predicted result for Thailand women's team to defeat Indonesia 2-1 in final and captured the gold medal! ;) With injured and lack of confident Wynne, Indonesia could not ask for more but only to bag silver medal! Congrats to Thailand and congrats to Wynne and trio SMS! Great experience for the young players - Sandy, Maya and Septi! :) :bounce:

Vut
Dec 7th, 2003, 01:18 PM
Team Men FINAL
Indonesia def. Thailand 2-1
Prima Simpatiaji(INA) def. Attapol Rithiwatanapong(THA) 2-0 Set
Danai Udomchoke(THA) def. Febi Widhiyanto(INA) 3-6,6-2,6-3
Hendri S.Pramono / Suwandi Suwandi(INA) def. Sonchat Ratiwatana / Sanchai Ratiwatana(THA) 6-4,7-6(6) :mad: :mad:

Team Women FINAL
Thailand def. Indonesia 2-1
Sandy Gumulya(INA) def. Napaporn Tongsalee(THA) 2-0 Set :fiery:
Suchanan Viratprasert(THA) def. Wynne Prakusya(INA) 6-4,6-2 :worship:
Suchanan Viratprasert / Napaporn Tongsalee(THA) def. Wynne Prakusya / Maya Rosa(INA) 2-0 Set :worship:

King Aaron
Dec 7th, 2003, 02:29 PM
Wynne :sad: :sad: :rolleyes: :tears:.

King Aaron
Dec 7th, 2003, 02:32 PM
What a pity there was no women's team for Malaysia. :mad:
Yeah! And I don't understand why they wouldn't send a team. :mad:

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 7th, 2003, 11:04 PM
I just wanted to make the scores complete as informed by Septi Mende via short message service which was forwarded to me by Angie's mother! Thanks, mum! ;)

Team Men FINAL
Indonesia def. Thailand 2-1
Prima Simpatiaji(INA) def. Attapol Rithiwatanapong(THA) 7-6, 6-1 :bounce:
Danai Udomchoke(THA) def. Febi Widhiyanto(INA) 3-6,6-4,6-3 :(
Hendri S.Pramono / Suwandi Suwandi(INA) def. Sonchat Ratiwatana / Sanchai Ratiwatana(THA) 6-4,7-6(6):bounce:

Team Women FINAL
Thailand def. Indonesia 2-1
Sandy Gumulya(INA) def. Napaporn Tongsalee(THA) 6-4, 6-1 :bounce:
Suchanan Viratprasert(THA) def. Wynne Prakusya(INA) 6-4,6-2 :mad:
Suchanan Viratprasert / Napaporn Tongsalee(THA) def. Wynne Prakusya / Maya Rosa(INA) 6-4, 2-6, 6-1 :(

My personal comment:
Prima was a better player along with his big serve! Danai was for sure having higher quality than Febi! The Ratiwatanas have been doing well on tours, but being in multi-event such Sea Games - it was surely different kind of game and they just lack of luck maybe! Good combination of Hendri and very experienced Suwandi! :wavey:

Congrats to Sandy after her loss to Arevalo in SF, she could regroup herself and showed her own form by knocking down Robbee! Robbee must be tired physically after all the tours she had! Another loss for Wynne from Viratprasert again after Fed Cup qualifying in Tokyo earlier this year! Not surprising at all since Wynne is still very much injured physically and she is very very fragile mentally!!! Sorry to say, but Wynne is a total victim of herself as consequence of not standing-up on her own for many years! She must take a long break to heal her injury as well as her personal problem! Come on Wynne, do you wanna hear Coco Lee to sing "Reflection" for you or Cindy Lauper with "True Color"??? :eek:

Vut
Dec 8th, 2003, 09:16 AM
Go! THAILAND

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 9th, 2003, 04:01 AM
Women:
Sandy Gumulya (INA) received 1st rd bye ;)
Czarina Mae Arevalo (PHI) def. Chit Su Yee (MYA) 2 sets - score not known - in QF another clash btw Sandy v Czarina :fiery:
Septi Mende (INA) def. Anna Patricia Santos (PHI) 6-0, 6-3 :bounce:
* In QF, Septi will challenge Khoo Chin Bee (MAS) :devil:
Tran Kim Loi (VIE) def. Kyi Mya Zaw (MYA) 2 sets - score not known

Men:
(1) Danai Udomchoke (THA) def. Vongsouthi Vivongsay (LAO) 2 sets, score unknown
Tu Maw (MYA) def. Jaimito Da Costa (TLS) in 2 sets, score unknown
Prima Simpatiaji (INA) def. Joseph Victorino (PHI) 6-1, 7-6(4) :bounce:
Do Minh Quan (VIE) def. Dannio Yahya (MAS) in 2 sets, score unknown

Attapol Rithiwatanapong (THA) def. Ngo Quang Huy (VIE) in 2 sets, score unknown
Sie Yew Meng (MAS) def. Matias De Sousa (TLS) in 2 sets, score unknown
Johnny Arcilla (PHI) def. Min Min (MYA) in 2 sets, score unknown
(2) Febi Widhiyanto (INA) def. Chanshomphou Vongsavath (LAO) 60 61 :bounce:

Most of the final scores are unknown from the official webiste - I could only find out scores for Indonesian players from our reporters! :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 9th, 2003, 07:55 AM
From the official website - please note that the website is not posting the actual scores! :(

Women's singles - QF:
(1) Suchanan Viratprasert (THA) def. Nguyen Thuy Dung (VIE) 2 sets
Sandy Gumulya (INA) def. Czarina Mae Arevalo (PHI) - Sandy took 1st set then Czarina retired! Not a very nice win! :sad: but ;)
Septi Mende (INA) def. Khoo Chin Bee (MAS) 3 sets :bounce: :eek: What a surprise! :cool: Sorry, Mrs. Menon! :wavey:
(2) Napaporn Tongsalee (THA) def. Tran Kim Loi (VIE) 2 sets

:devil: Wow, another SF battles between experienced Thais and young Indonesians! :fiery: Is the correct spelling Suchanan or Suchanun? Khob khun krub! :confused: I like Thai players but for now I can't help to cheer Indonesian players! :wavey:

Women's doubles - directly into QF:
(1) Wynne Adiati Prakusya/Maya Rosa Ariana Stefanie (INA) def. Tran Kim Loi/Phan Nhu Quynh (VIE) 2 sets :bounce:
Wilawan Choptang/Chattida Thimjapo (THA) def. Czarina Mae Arevalo/Anna Patricia Santos (PHI) 3 sets
Sandy Gumulya/Septi Mende (INA) def. Huynh Mai Huynh/Nguyen Thuy Dung (VIE) 2 sets :bounce:
(2) Napaporn Tongsalee/Suchanan Viratprasert (THA) def. Amy Tun/Kyi Mya Zaw (MYA) 2 sets

* Huynh Mai Huynh is the one half American, right? Her nickname is Noelle since she was born on December 24th, 1984!

Mixed doubles - 1st round:
Zaw Zaw Latt/Amy Tun (MYA) def. Rolando Ruel Jr/Alyssa Anne Labay (PHI) 3 sets
Huynh Chi Khuong/Phan Nhu Quynh (VIE) def. Khin Maung Win/Chit Su Yee (MYA) 2 sets

QF:
(1) Suwandi/Wynne A Prakusya (THA) def. Le Quoc Khanh/Huynh Mai Huynh (VIE) 2 sets - Sweet win for the lovely couple!
Sonchat Ratiwatana/Chattida Thimjapo (THA) def. Zaw Zaw Latt/Amy Tun (MYA) 2 sets
Sie Yew Meng/Khoo Chin Bee (MAS) def. Huynh Chi Khuong/Phan Nhu Quynh (VIE) 3 sets
Hendri Susilo Pramono/Maya Rosa AS (INA) def. (2) Sanchai Ratiwatana/Wilawan Choptang 2 sets - Yesss, Klowor and May!

Men's doubles - 1st round:
Huynh Chi Khuong/Ngo Qung Huy (VIE) def. Min Min/Khin Maung Win (MYA) 2 sets
Adelo Abadia/Johnny Arcilla (PHI) def. Phonepraseuth Eakalath/Vongsouthi Vivongsay (LAO) 2 sets
Tu Maw/Zaw Zaw Latt (MYA) def. Jaimito Da Costa/Matias De Sousa (TLS) 2 sets
Do Minh Quan/Le Quoc Khanh (VIE) def. Mohd Noor Nordin/Dannio Yahya (MAS) 2 sets
Rolando Ruel Jr/Joseph Victorino (PHI) def. Chansomphou Vongsavath/Somchay Phathithak (LAO) 2 sets

QF:
Do Minh Quan/Le Quoc Khanh (VIE) def. Tu Maw/Zaw Zaw Latt (MYA) 2 sets
(2) Suwandi/Hendri Susilo Pramono (INA) def. Rolando Ruel Jr/Joseph Victorino (PHI) 2 sets :bounce: Come on, Sen Sen and Klowor!

IMO, we have to watch Vietnamese players in a couple years!

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 9th, 2003, 09:45 AM
From the official website of SEA Games - no detailed scores reported!

(1) Danai Udomchoke (THA) def. Tu Maw (MYA) 2 sets
Prima Simpatiaji (INA) def. Do Minh Quan (VIE) 2 sets :bounce:

Tough match for Prima against Danai in SF! :fiery:

Attapol Rithiwatanapong (THA) def. Sie Yew Meng (MAS) 3 sets
(2) Febi Widhiyanto (INA) def. Johnny Arcilla (PHI) 3 sets - another 3 sets win for Febi over Pinoy Johnny! ;) Watch out Attapol, Febi! :eek:

Another clash between Thais and Indonesians in SF! :devil:

Steveg
Dec 9th, 2003, 10:57 AM
Prima won 64 46 against DO Minh Quan

Steveg
Dec 9th, 2003, 12:52 PM
Tuesday photos

Steveg
Dec 9th, 2003, 12:57 PM
* Huynh Mai Huynh is the one half American, right? Her nickname is Noelle since she was born on December 24th, 1984!You are confused.

Noelle is American : she has the American nationality. Her parents had formerly the Vietnamese nationality but migrated and changed to American.

Vietnam has decided to give her a Vietnamese passport so that she can play team events for them (Fed Cup, Asian Championships, SEA Games). Though she is by far the best player in Vietnam (she breathed through the national championships), she was not selected to play singles during these SEA Games :rolleyes: . Go figure why :mad: .

Noelle is her given name. Huynh is her surname.

Mai Huynh is her Vietnamese given name.

köj-è
Dec 9th, 2003, 02:30 PM
Indonesia will get the mixed doubles gold tomorow since Suwandi/Wynne and Prima/Maya get the ticket to the Final! ;)

Sadly in the women's doubles.. Sandy/Septi has lost to Suchanun/Napaporn.. they will face Wynne/Maya in Final.. at least silver in hand! ;)

Septi and Sandy should do better in single!

King Aaron
Dec 9th, 2003, 02:51 PM
Tuesday photos
Thanks Stephane. :)

Did you see any of Chin Bee's matches? I'm very sad that she lost in the singles and mixed doubles. :tears:

Vut
Dec 9th, 2003, 03:06 PM
Go! THAILAND :D

Steveg
Dec 9th, 2003, 03:14 PM
Thanks Stephane. :)

Did you see any of Chin Bee's matches? I'm very sad that she lost in the singles and mixed doubles. :tears:
She lost both after winning the first set :bigcry: . And easily.

In singles, she was leading something like 4-0 in the first set. And finished 6-4. In doubles, she and Yew-Ming took the first set 6-1 I think.

Each time, they tensed up and did not hit their shots through. Which lead the opponents to come back into the match.

Chin-Bee :sad: .

Steveg
Dec 10th, 2003, 02:31 AM
Danai UDOMCHOKE vs. Prima SIMPATIAJI 62 30
Attapol RITHIWATANAPONG vs. Febi WIDHIYANTO 62

Second match is however closer than it looks like.

Vut
Dec 10th, 2003, 02:52 AM
Go! Danai and Attapol :yeah:

Chai
Dec 10th, 2003, 04:19 AM
Yesssssssss...........Thailand
Come on........Danai & Attapol

Chai
Dec 10th, 2003, 06:41 AM
Women*Individual*Single**************

Semifinal;
- SUCHANUN VIRATPRASERT*(THA) def. SANDY GUMULYA*(INA)*2:0*
:eek: :bounce:

- NAPAPORN TONGSALEE*(THA) def.*SEPTI MENDE*(INA)*2:1*
:bounce: :hearts:

Final match;
SUCHANUN VIRATPRASERT*(THA) vs. NAPAPORN TONGSALEE*(THA) :eek: :eek: :kiss: :kiss:

Yeah.... Thailand and Thai girls

King Aaron
Dec 10th, 2003, 03:48 PM
She lost both after winning the first set :bigcry: . And easily.

In singles, she was leading something like 4-0 in the first set. And finished 6-4. In doubles, she and Yew-Ming took the first set 6-1 I think.

Each time, they tensed up and did not hit their shots through. Which lead the opponents to come back into the match.

Chin-Bee :sad: .
Thank you. :)

I guess the pressure did get to Chin Bee and Yew Ming :sad:. I read in the papers that Yew Ming didn't play too well in the mixed doubles. Is that true? :confused:

gorecki
Dec 10th, 2003, 11:12 PM
Has the mixed doubles final been played?
Suwandi/Wynne :) :bounce:

Steveg
Dec 11th, 2003, 03:24 AM
Mixed doubles final will be last match today.

1st match : women doubles
2nd match : men doubles
3rd match : mixed doubles

Prakusya / ROSA vs. TONGSALEE / VIRATPRASERT 64 46

Third set starting.

I'll be going soon. Not certain I can post the final score.

The match is of very low quality. In particular Rosa and Tongsalee are not playing very well.

Prakusya is OK but not hitting the ball as hard as she used to, in particular on her forehand.

Steveg
Dec 11th, 2003, 04:50 AM
Prakusya / ROSA d. TONGSALEE / VIRATPRASERT 64 46 61

RATIWATANA x 2 vs. PRAMONO / SUWANDI 61 22

Steveg
Dec 11th, 2003, 05:20 AM
RATIWATANA x 2 d. PRAMONO / SUWANDI 61 76(4)

kfh_9118
Dec 11th, 2003, 05:30 AM
Wynne/Maya :D :bounce:

Pramono/Suwandi :sad: :mad:

Gold Medal in Tennis so far:
Thailand: 3 golds: Women's Team, Women Single, Men Double
Indonesia: 3 golds: Men's Team, Mixed Double, Women Double

Hence, Men single will decide which country gets the most gold medals. Go Febi, although I am pretty sure Danai will win easily :fiery:

gorecki
Dec 11th, 2003, 05:35 AM
thanks for the match updates Steveg! :yeah:
r u watching any other sport?

well done Wynne :)
so Wynne and Suwandi have to play two finals today!?! :eek: best of luck! :)

NaF
Dec 11th, 2003, 08:18 AM
All the best for Feby then..!! :D

Congrats Wynne and Maya for the WD gold. How many SEA Games gold medal has Wynne won? ;)

Steveg
Dec 11th, 2003, 08:23 AM
Mixed doubles :

Prakusya / Suwandi : 75 62

(I think :o) . They saved at least one set point in the first set.

Steveg
Dec 11th, 2003, 08:24 AM
thanks for the match updates Steveg! :yeah:
r u watching any other sport?
Welcome.

And I am watching only tennis ;) .

kfh_9118
Dec 11th, 2003, 09:28 AM
Wynne/Suwandi :bounce:

2 gold medals for Wynne ;)

King Aaron
Dec 11th, 2003, 03:23 PM
:bounce: :D 2 gold medals for Wynne.

gorecki
Dec 12th, 2003, 12:50 AM
:) Wynne/Suwandi

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 12th, 2003, 03:22 AM
Viratprasert def. Tongsalee 62 64 in final! Congrats to both of them! ;) :bounce:

Steveg
Dec 12th, 2003, 04:45 AM
Danai won 60 61

Chai
Dec 12th, 2003, 04:52 AM
Yeah! Thailand :worship:

Danai win, and score....wow :eek:
Very good job for Thai girls; Suchanan&Napaporn :bounce:

Steveg
Dec 12th, 2003, 06:01 AM
Suchanan was down 02 in the first set and won the next 6 games :eek: . Very good and smart play, forcing Napaporn to move, hit mostly backhand and varying long and shorter balls (Napaporn is having difficulties to move forward).

The beginning of the second set was tight but Suchanan broke in the last game of serve of Napaporn.

I am very happy for Suchanan because she is a sweet girl :D . I hope that this medal will boost her confidence, if she needed more.

Steveg
Dec 12th, 2003, 06:04 AM
Danai was so focused today. He hit amazing backhand down the line (return of serve, baseline rallies, passing shots). This is weapon I did not know him at the last Challenger. He has really worked on it.

Danai was extremely focused since yesterday. He knew his opponent would go on his backhand and he worked on his down the line shot yesterday during nearly his whole training session.

It paid off today :D . Great performance today!

jirobkk
Dec 12th, 2003, 06:42 AM
Suchanan was down 02 in the first set and won the next 6 games :eek: . Very good and smart play, forcing Napaporn to move, hit mostly backhand and varying long and shorter balls (Napaporn is having difficulties to move forward).

The beginning of the second set was tight but Suchanan broke in the last game of serve of Napaporn.

I am very happy for Suchanan because she is a sweet girl :D . I hope that this medal will boost her confidence, if she needed more.

Thanks Stephane :worship: foe the report and comments.

:kiss: Thailand :hearts:

jirobkk
Dec 12th, 2003, 06:44 AM
Danai was so focused today. He hit amazing backhand down the line (return of serve, baseline rallies, passing shots). This is weapon I did not know him at the last Challenger. He has really worked on it.

Danai was extremely focused since yesterday. He knew his opponent would go on his backhand and he worked on his down the line shot yesterday during nearly his whole training session.

It paid off today :D . Great performance today!

Thanks :worship:
Did you have chance talking to Danai ? Did he say "Thank you" to you regarding your VCD ?

Well done Pik. :kiss: This is your last SEA GAMES. Great work. :hearts:

King Aaron
Dec 12th, 2003, 01:41 PM
Thanks for the comments Stephane. :)

Rising Sun
Dec 12th, 2003, 04:34 PM
Well done Jan on the Gold Medal. :D

Steveg
Dec 13th, 2003, 03:59 AM
Did you have chance talking to Danai ? Did he say "Thank you" to you regarding your VCD ?Danai was very busy (and stayed alone most of the time, to keep his focus during the tournament) but he found the time to thank me ;) .

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 13th, 2003, 09:01 AM
Thailand deserved big congrats for sparkling performance as predicted! Thailand has better players now! Febi Widhiyanto was simply one level below Danai in terms of game quality - Danai has been playing more challengers while Febi is still struggling in Futures! That's the difference! Febi was physically worn out as well since he played 3 sets continuously in singles as well as being in doubles! IMO, over all Indonesian players are not in good shape physically! BTW, great win for Danai after 2 years ago in KL, he lost to Suwandi in final! :bounce:

Indonesia began to participate in SEA Games 1977 in KL along with the Philippines and Brunei. SEA Games used to be called SEAP Games (South East Asian Peninsula). As first timer in 1977, Indonesia shocked other countries since at the end Indonesia came out as the overall champion based on the most number of medals taken. But since 1999, Indonesian sport has been declining drastically due to internal multi dimension crisis!!! But tennis has been contributing medals since 1977 until 2003 with its topsy turvy!

1977 Gold 6 Silver 4 Bronze 2
1979 6-2-2
1981 2-4-2
1983 3-3-3
1985 5-1-3
1987 7-1-2 when Wukirasih Sawondari defeated Tammy in final!
1989 4-4-2
1991 2-3-2
1993 3-1-6
1995 3-1-7
1997 5-0-7
1999 2-3-5
2001 5-5-1
2003 3-4-4

It is gonna be interesting to see who is gonna be in the squad in 2 years period - I hope, I can see Sandy, Maya, Septi and Ayu in Manila! Go, girls! Or maybe Denise and Jojo?

rhz
Dec 16th, 2003, 07:21 AM
Thailand deserved big congrats for sparkling performance as predicted! Thailand has better players now! Febi Widhiyanto was simply one level below Danai in terms of game quality - Danai has been playing more challengers while Febi is still struggling in Futures! That's the difference! Febi was physically worn out as well since he played 3 sets continuously in singles as well as being in doubles! IMO, over all Indonesian players are not in good shape physically! BTW, great win for Danai after 2 years ago in KL, he lost to Suwandi in final! :bounce:

Indonesia began to participate in SEA Games 1977 in KL along with the Philippines and Brunei. SEA Games used to be called SEAP Games (South East Asian Peninsula). As first timer in 1977, Indonesia shocked other countries since at the end Indonesia came out as the overall champion based on the most number of medals taken. But since 1999, Indonesian sport has been declining drastically due to internal multi dimension crisis!!! But tennis has been contributing medals since 1977 until 2003 with its topsy turvy!

1977 Gold 6 Silver 4 Bronze 2
1979 6-2-2
1981 2-4-2
1983 3-3-3
1985 5-1-3
1987 7-1-2 when Wukirasih Sawondari defeated Tammy in final!
1989 4-4-2
1991 2-3-2
1993 3-1-6
1995 3-1-7
1997 5-0-7
1999 2-3-5
2001 5-5-1
2003 3-4-4

It is gonna be interesting to see who is gonna be in the squad in 2 years period - I hope, I can see Sandy, Maya, Septi and Ayu in Manila! Go, girls! Or maybe Denise and Jojo?


Adji, Wukir didn't beat Tammy in 1987.. I think it was in Jakarta 1997. Both Wukir and Tammy should be very small to compete in Sea Games in 1987 :)

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 16th, 2003, 08:01 AM
Shame on me! :o LOL at myself...I wrote it wrong...ur right, it was 1997! LOL LOL LOL... :lol:

Vut
Dec 16th, 2003, 10:48 AM
:yeah: 4 Gold Medals for THAILAND !!!