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Xian
Apr 26th, 2006, 06:39 PM
10000$ MITRA Kencana Open, Jakarta


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Jakarta (also Djakarta or DKI Jakarta, formerly Batavia) is the capital (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital) and largest city of Indonesia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indonesia). Located on the northwest coast of the island (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Island) of Java (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Java_%28island%29), at 6°11′S 106°50′E (http://kvaleberg.com/extensions/mapsources/index.php?params=6_11_S_106_50_E_), it has an area of 661.52 kmē and a population of 8,792,000 (2004 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2004)).
The first recorded settlement at what is now Jakarta was the port of Kalapa, near the mouth of the Ciliwung River (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ciliwung_River). Its origin can be traced to a Hindu settlement as early as the 5th century. By the 12th century, it was a major port for the Hindu (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hindu) kingdom of Sunda (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunda). The Portuguese (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portugal) were reported to be the first Europeans (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Europe) to visit the port of Kalapa. A Hindu king granted Portuguese traders permission to build a fort at Kalapa in the early 16th century. Jakarta's port is still called Sunda Kelapa today, after this early settlement.

In 1527, the city was conquered by Fatahillah (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Fatahillah&action=edit) (or Faletehan), a young leader from a nearby kingdom from the north. Fatahillah changed the name Kalapa into Jayakarta (meaning "victorious and prosperous" in Javanese (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Javanese_language)) on 22 June (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/June_22)1527 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1527). This particular date is regarded as the official birth date of Jakarta. The Dutch (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netherlands) came to Jayakarta at the end of the 16th century. In 1619 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1619) the forces of the Dutch East India Company (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_East_India_Company), led by Jan Pieterszoon Coen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jan_Pieterszoon_Coen), conquered the city and renamed Jayakarta to Batavia, the Latin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin) name for a tribe that lived in the Netherlands (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netherlands) during Roman times. On March 4 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/March_4), 1621 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1621) the city government called Stad Batavia was formed. Batavia was the capital of the colonial Dutch East Indies (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_East_Indies). In the early 19th century, the city was expanded as the Dutch began moving to the south, to higher-elevation areas thought to be healthier. The British captured Java in 1811 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1811) and occupied the island for five years while the Netherlands were occupied with the Napoleonic Wars (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napoleonic_Wars) in Europe, before returning it to Dutch control.

With formal, direct rule by the Netherlands expanding to more parts of the archipelago during the nineteenth and early twentieth century, the importance of the colonial Batavia (Jakarta) increased. Dutch tactics to maintain control and tax revenue at times required nearly all exports from anywhere in the region to be shipped through the city, establishing for the city an overwhelming political and economic dominance that it retains today.

Japan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan) took possession of the city in 1942 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1942) during World War II (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_II) and renamed it Jakarta, to gain local favor. Following Japan's defeat in 1945, the Dutch reoccupied the city despite the declaration of independence by the Indonesians on August 17 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/August_17), 1945 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1945). Jakarta was the center of the Dutch effort to retain control over their former colony during the war of independence that ended with the establishment of Indonesia in 1949 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1949)

THE TOURNAMENT:

Surface: Hard
Previous Winners:
2000: Yang-Jin Chung KOR d. Lara van Rooyen RSA 76 75
2000: Kyung-Yee Chae KOR d. Young-Ja Choi KOR 16 63 61
2000: Kyung-Yee Chae KOR d. Sachie Umehara JAP 60 60
2000: Kyung-Yee Chae KOR d. Romana Tedjakusuma INA 54 41 14 41
2003: Chia-Jung Chuang TPE d. Chin-Bee Khoo MAS 75 64
2003: Sania Mirza IND d. Rushmi Chakravarthi IND 63 75
2004: So-Jung Kim KOR d. Liza Andriyani INA 62 62
2004: Liza Andriyani INA d. Sandy Gumulya INA 63 62
2004: Yung-Jan Chan TPE d. Sandy Gumulya INA 67 62 61
2004: Sandy Gumulya INA d. Ayu-Fani Damayanti INA 63 60
2004: Julia Vorobyeva RUS d. Yoo-Mi Jung KOR 36 61 63
2005: Ayu-Fani Damayanti INA d. Nudnida Luangnam THA 64 60
2005: Nudnida Luangnam THA d. Lu-Ling Chen TPE 64 64

2006 DRAWS


Quali
(1) Yi CHEN TPE vs bye
Golda RUBINA INA vs Jia YUAN CHN 06 57
(2) Wei-Ping LEE SIN vs bye
Diana JULIANTO INA vs Tori KINARD USA 61 64
(3) Tinusha SIVAGANAM MAS vs bye
Maya ROSA INA vs bye
(4) Huan XIA CHN vs bye
Mia SACCA INA vs bye
(5) Shuang WU CHN vs bye
Komang Sri MARYATI INA vs bye
(6) Sasirin BOWORNCHOKCHAI THA vs bye
Aleta SUNGKONO INA vs bye
Listya SUNGKONO INA vs bye
Anggre OKY SUCONONG INA vs bye
Kaori AOYAMA JAP vs bye
Dina AZWAR INA vs bye
2nd round
(1) Yi CHEN TPE d. Jia YUAN CHN 67 63 64
(2) Wei-Ping LEE SIN d. Diana JULIANTO INA 57 75 64
Maya ROSA INA d. (3) Tinusha SIVAGANAM MAS 63 64
Mia SACCA INA d. (4) Huan XIA CHN 67 62 62
(5) Shuang WU CHN d. Komang Sri MARYATI INA 57 75 61
(6) Sasirin BOWORNCHOKCHAI THA d. Aleta SUNGKONO INA 60 62
Anggre OKY SUCONONG INA d. Listya SUNGKONO INA 62 63
Kaori AOYAMA JAP d. Dina AZWAR INA 60 61



MAIN DRAW

(1) Yan-Ze XIE CHN d. LL Komang-Sri MARYATI INA 60 61
q Maya ROSA INA d. Hiromi OKAZAKI JAP 62 62
Sayaka UMEDA JAP vs q Yi CHEN TPE 16 16
(5) Rebecca FONG GBR d. q Mia SACCA INA 63 75
(4) Tomoko SUGANO JAP d. Mutsuko HIROSE JAP 61 61
q Wei-Ping LEE SIN d. q Sasirin BOWORNCHOKCHAI THA 63 61
Septi MENDE INA d. q Anggre OKY-SUCONONG INA 61 61
(8) Pichittra THONGDACH THA d. wc Denise HARIJANTO INA 62 60
(6) Lei HUANG CHN d. q Kaori AOYAMA JAP 61 62
Yi-Fan XU CHN d. wc Beatrice GUMULYA INA 64 62
Luftiana ARIS BUDIHARTO INA vs wc Vivien SILVANY TONY INA 06 16
(3) Thassa VITAYAVIROJ THA vs Etsuko KITAZAKI JAP 67 63 62
Shizu KATSUMI JAP d. (7) Czarina-Mae AREVALO PHI 64 26 60
Sandy GUMULYA INA d. Jessy ROMPIES INA 64 61
Lavinia TANANTA INA d. Yuko KURATA JAP 64 61
(2) Ayu-Fani DAMAYANTI INA d. Mitsuko ISE JAP 62 61
2nd round
q Maya ROSA INA d. (1) Yan-Ze XIE CHN 64 61
q Yi CHEN TPE d. (5) Rebecca FONG GBR 76 26 64
(4) Tomoko SUGANO JAP d. q Wei-Ping LEE SIN 60 60
(8) Pichittra THONGDACH THA d. Septi MENDE INA 64 62
Yi-Fan XU CHN d. (6) Lei HUANG CHN 62 61
(3) Thassa VITAYAVIROJ THA d. wc Vivien SILVANY TONY INA 61 26 62
Sandy GUMULYA INA d. Shizu KATSUMI JAP 63 61
(2) Ayu-Fani DAMAYANTI INA d. Lavinia TANANTA INA 60 63
QF
q Yi CHEN TPE d. q Maya ROSA INA 16 62 61
(8) Pichittra THONGDACH THA d. (4) Tomoko SUGANO JAP 26 64 63
Yi-Fan XU CHN d. (3) Thassa VITAYAVIROJ THA 76 46 64
(2) Ayu-Fani DAMAYANTI INA d. Sandy GUMULYA INA 75 63
SF
q Yi CHEN TPE d. (8) Pichittra THONGDACH THA 62 75
(2) Ayu-Fani DAMAYANTI INA d. Yi-Fan XU CHN 26 75 63
Final
(2) Ayu-Fani DAMAYANTI INA d. q Yi CHEN TPE 63 63

andrewC
Apr 27th, 2006, 11:53 AM
Good luck Xie Yan-Ze, long itme no see, and good luck also to Lee Wei-Ping and other Chinese girls :)

Ellery
Apr 27th, 2006, 12:34 PM
Go Yan-Ze, Wei-Ping and (other) Chinese girls!

Vut
Apr 27th, 2006, 02:39 PM
Go! Thassha, Nungnadda, Pichittra and Sasirin

Xian
Apr 28th, 2006, 10:42 AM
WC Main
Denise Harijanto
Jessy Rompies
Beatrice Gumulya
Vivien Silvany-Tony

New
Apr 29th, 2006, 06:32 PM
Go Lee!!!:bounce:

tobi
May 1st, 2006, 11:37 AM
Singles Qualifying Draw

(1)Yi Chen (TPE) v BYE
Golda Rubina (INA) v Yuan Jia (CHN)

(2)Wei-Ping Lee (SIN) v BYE
Diana Julianto (INA) v Tori Kinard (USA)

(3)Tinusha Sivaganam (MAS) v BYE
Maya Rosa (INA) v BYE

(4)Huan Xia (CHN) v BYE
Mia Sacca (INA) v BYE

(5)Shuang Wu (CHN) v BYE
Komang Sri Maryati (INA) v BYE

(6)Sasirin Borwornchokchai (THA) v BYE
Aleta Sungkono (INA) v BYE

Listya Sungkono (INA) v BYE
Anggre Oky-Suconong (INA) v BYE

Kaori Aoyama (JPN) v BYE
Dina Azwar (INA) v BYE

..ikke..
May 1st, 2006, 12:08 PM
Go Rebecca :)

Xian
May 1st, 2006, 09:43 PM
welcome back Kaori Aoyama :wavey:

Ellery
May 1st, 2006, 09:44 PM
Go Shuang and Huan!

tobi
May 2nd, 2006, 02:04 PM
Singles Qualifying Draw-1st Round

(1)Yi Chen (TPE) v BYE
Yuan Jia (CHN) d. Golda Rubina (INA) 60 75

(2)Wei-Ping Lee (SIN) v BYE
Diana Julianto (INA) v Tori Kinard (USA) 61 64

(3)Tinusha Sivaganam (MAS) v BYE
Maya Rosa (INA) v BYE

(4)Huan Xia (CHN) v BYE
Mia Sacca (INA) v BYE

(5)Shuang Wu (CHN) v BYE
Komang Sri Maryati (INA) v BYE

(6)Sasirin Borwornchokchai (THA) v BYE
Aleta Sungkono (INA) v BYE

Listya Sungkono (INA) v BYE
Anggre Oky-Suconong (INA) v BYE

Kaori Aoyama (JPN) v BYE
Dina Azwar (INA) v BYE

Final Round

(1)Yi Chen (TPE) d. Yuan Jia (CHN) 67(3) 63 64
(2)Wei-Ping Lee (SIN) v Diana Julianto (INA) 57 75 64
Maya Rosa (INA) v (3)Tinusha Sivaganam (MAS) 63 64
Mia Sacca (INA) v (4)Huan Xia (CHN) 67(6) 62 62
(5)Shuang Wu (CHN) v Komang Sri Maryati (INA) 57 75 61
(6)Sasirin Borwornchokchai (THA) v Aleta Sungkono (INA) 60 62
Anggre Oky-Suconong (INA) v Listya Sungkono (INA) 62 63
Kaori Aoyama (JPN) v Dina Azwar (INA) 60 61

Ellery
May 2nd, 2006, 02:15 PM
Huan :help:
Shuang :yeah:

tobi
May 2nd, 2006, 02:16 PM
Singles Main Draw-After Tuesday

(1)Yan-Ze Xie (CHN) d. (LL)Komang Sri Maryati (INA) 60 61
(Q)Maya Rosa (INA) d. Hiromi Okazaki (JPN) 62 62

Sayaka Umeda (JPN) v (Q)Yi Chen (TPE)
(5)Rebecca Fong (GBR) d. (Q)Mia Sacca (INA) 63 75

(4)Tomoko Sugano (JPN) d. Mutsuko Hirose (JPN) 61 61
(Q)Wei-Ping Lee (SIN) d. (Q)Sasirin Borwornchokchai (THA) 63 61

Septi Mende (INA) d. (Q)Anggre Oky-Suconong (INA) 61 61
(8)Pichittra Thongdach (THA) d. (wc)Denise Harijano (INA) 62 60

(6)Lei Huang (CHN) d. (Q)Kaori Aoyama (JPN) 61 62
Yi-Fan Xu (CHN) d. (wc)Beatrice Gumulya (INA) 64 62

Lutfiana Aris Budiharto (INA) v (wc)Vivien Silvany Tony (INA)
(3)Thassa Vitayaviroj (THA) v Etsuko Kitazaki (JPN)

Shizu Katsumi (JPN) d. (7)Czarina-Mae Arevalo (PHI) 64 26 60
Sandy Gumulya (INA) d. (wc)Jessy Rompies (INA) 64 61

Lavinia Tananta (INA) d. Yuko Kurata (JPN) 64 61
(2)Ayu-Fani Damayanti (INA) d. Mitsuko Ise (JPN) 62 61

New
May 2nd, 2006, 02:17 PM
Lee!:hearts: :kiss:

tobi
May 2nd, 2006, 02:20 PM
Doubles Main Draw

(1)Y.Chen/Vitayaviroj v (wc)Rubina/Sacca
(Q)Katsumi/Aoyama v (wc)Arevalo/Julianto

(4)Damayanti/Mende v Lee/Wu
Budiharto/B.Gumulya v S.Gumulya/Thongdach

(Q)Borwornchokchai/Kinard v (wc)Rompies/Silvany-Tony
(3)Rosa/Tananta v Kurata/Okazaki

Fong/Jia v Huang/Xie
(2)Kitazaki/Sugano v Harijanto/Sivaganam

Doubles Quali

Aoyama/Katsumi d. H.Xia/Y.Xu 42 42
Borwornchokchai/Kinard d. (wc)Azwar/Maryati 41 53

Foot's Fingers
May 2nd, 2006, 02:21 PM
fong :)

tobi
May 2nd, 2006, 02:34 PM
go Rebecca :)

rated_next
May 2nd, 2006, 02:34 PM
thanks :)

Yan-Ze :) -- welcome back
Wei-Ping :), Sandy :), Ayu-Fani :)

Kaori :sad:, Czarina-Mae :sad: :sad:

rrfnpump
May 2nd, 2006, 03:53 PM
Czarina-Mae :sad: :(

Vut
May 2nd, 2006, 05:52 PM
Go! Thai girls

Ellery
May 2nd, 2006, 08:58 PM
Yan-Ze, Yi-Fan, Lei :D

Czarina-Mae :sad:

CCCP1
May 3rd, 2006, 03:11 AM
Well done

Rebecca Fong
Shizu Katsumi
Ayu Fani Damayanti

tobi
May 3rd, 2006, 02:52 PM
Singles Main Draw-1st Round-Completed

(1)Yan-Ze Xie (CHN) d. (LL)Komang Sri Maryati (INA) 60 61
(Q)Maya Rosa (INA) d. Hiromi Okazaki (JPN) 62 62

(Q)Yi Chen (TPE) d. Sayaka Umeda (JPN) 61 61
(5)Rebecca Fong (GBR) d. (Q)Mia Sacca (INA) 63 75

(4)Tomoko Sugano (JPN) d. Mutsuko Hirose (JPN) 61 61
(Q)Wei-Ping Lee (SIN) d. (Q)Sasirin Borwornchokchai (THA) 63 61

Septi Mende (INA) d. (Q)Anggre Oky-Suconong (INA) 61 61
(8)Pichittra Thongdach (THA) d. (wc)Denise Harijano (INA) 62 60

(6)Lei Huang (CHN) d. (Q)Kaori Aoyama (JPN) 61 62
Yi-Fan Xu (CHN) d. (wc)Beatrice Gumulya (INA) 64 62

(wc)Vivien Silvany Tony (INA) d. Lutfiana Aris Budiharto (INA) 60 61
(3)Thassa Vitayaviroj (THA) v Etsuko Kitazaki (JPN) 67(2) 63 63

Shizu Katsumi (JPN) d. (7)Czarina-Mae Arevalo (PHI) 64 26 60
Sandy Gumulya (INA) d. (wc)Jessy Rompies (INA) 64 61

Lavinia Tananta (INA) d. Yuko Kurata (JPN) 64 61
(2)Ayu-Fani Damayanti (INA) d. Mitsuko Ise (JPN) 62 61

tobi
May 3rd, 2006, 02:54 PM
Doubles Main Draw-1st Round

(1)Y.Chen/Vitayaviroj v (wc)Rubina/Sacca 60 61
(Q)Katsumi/Aoyama v (wc)Arevalo/Julianto 64 64

(4)Damayanti/Mende v Lee/Wu 60 62
S.Gumulya/Thongdach d. Budiharto/B.Gumulya 61 62

(wc)Rompies/Silvany-Tony d. (Q)Borwornchokchai/Kinard 62 61
(3)Rosa/Tananta v Kurata/Okazaki 26 60 61

Huang/Xie d. Fong/Jia 62 46 60
(2)Kitazaki/Sugano v Harijanto/Sivaganam 63 63

Ellery
May 3rd, 2006, 04:09 PM
Yi/Thassha :D
Lei/Yan-Ze :yeah:

Vut
May 3rd, 2006, 04:29 PM
:yeah: Thai girls

CCCP1
May 4th, 2006, 04:31 AM
Well Done

Katsumi/Aoyama
Damayanti/Mende
Xie/Huang

Shine On Silver Moon
May 4th, 2006, 08:20 AM
(q) Maya Rosa (INA) d (1) Xie Yan Ze (CHN) 64 61;) :bounce:
(q) Chen Yi v (5) Rebecca Fong (GBR) did not get the scoreline yet, later will post
(4) Tomoko Sugano (JPN) v (q) Lee Wei Ping (SIN) same reason, later will inform
(6) Huang Lei (CHN) v Xu Yi Fan (CHN) same reason
(7) Pichittra Thongdach (THA) d Septi Mende (INA) 64 6?
(3) Thassha Vitayaviroj (THA) d (WC) Vivien Silvany T (INA) 61 26 6?
Sandy Gumulya (INA) d Shizu Katsumi (JPN) 63 61
(2) Ayu Fani D (INA) d Lavinia Tananta (INA) 60 63

I have been at the site for the last 3 days but only today I got the opt to post. Today, it has been overcast then finally after Sandy's match vs Katsumi - it was sprinkle for a while. Later dubs' QF to be played.

Mia Sacca showed a good fight against Fong the other day. Lutfiana just recovered from a month of chicken pox and she played poorly against Vivien yesterday. Lutfi made many errors and Vivien surely was playing well and agressively.

I was not impressed with Xie Yan Ze the other day when she won over our junior player, Komang S Maryati of Bali. Xie did not show her quality as former top 200s. At noon today, my prediction was right. I knew well that Maya was able to down Xie. I have been following Maya's training with Deddy Tedjamukti (coach of Angie Widjaja, Lavinia Tananta) and she is returning step by step to her form. Maya was not in her best form yet but it was good enough to outplay Xie today. Maya was better in her serve and variety of groundies. Maya was really dominating 75% of the match vs Xie. In 1st set, Maya still had UEs but in 2nd set, she was solid and almost bageled Xie. Bravo, Maya!!! I told her yesterday that if she could be persistent then she could defeat Xie and thanks God, she did it!!!

IMO, Sandy so far has been playing just okay. She should be better against Ayu, I hope. Lavinia made so many UEs vs Ayu in 1st set despite of her good serve. After all, Ayu showed her better performance than Lavinia and came out as the winner.

Mam Thongdach played very well against error prone Septi. Always great seeing Mam and Gift around. Wow, Gift with hair extention???:eek:

Also wonderful to meet Yayuk Basuki, Ei Iida (now Japanese coach) and Angie Widjaja around. Angie has been practicing hard at Hilton before her clay season next week in Africa and Europe.

Vut
May 4th, 2006, 08:30 AM
:yeah: Man and Gift

Nicky_608
May 4th, 2006, 08:56 AM
Mam and Gift :)

Ellery
May 4th, 2006, 12:45 PM
Yan-Ze :help:

jisung
May 4th, 2006, 01:22 PM
Yan-Ze :fiery: :o :mad:

Shine On Silver Moon
May 4th, 2006, 02:10 PM
(q) Chen Yi d (5) Rebecca Fong (GBR) 76(5) 26 64
(4) Tomoko Sugano (JPN) d (q) Lee Wei Ping (SIN) 60 60:eek:
(6) Huang Lei (CHN) lost to Xu Yi Fan (CHN) 26 16
(7) Pichittra Thongdach (THA) d Septi Mende (INA) 64 62
(3) Thassha Vitayaviroj (THA) d (WC) Vivien Silvany T (INA) 61 26 62

Dbl - QF:

(q) Shizu Katsumi/Kaori Aoyama (JPN) d (1) Chen Yi/Thassha Vitayaviroj (TPE/THA) 64 46 63 - the longest match until almost 6.30 pm so the lights were on
(4) Ayu Fani D/Septi Mende (INA) d Pichittra Thongdach/Sandy Gumulya (THA/INA) 64 61 - in 1st set, Mam & Sandy led 4-1 but then lost!
(WC) Jessy Rompies/Vivien Silvany (INA) d (3) Maya Rosa/Lavinia Tananta (INA) 60 46 64 - good show by the junior pair! Jessy, Lutfi and Beatrice will leave for Thailand to compete in junior Fed Cup this Saturday!
Huang Lei/Xie Yan Ze (CHN) d (2) Tomoko Sugano/Etsuko Kitazaki (JPN) 64 16 62

I had a chance to talk with Mark who admitted that it is the 1st time he is coaching Chen Yi. Very nice and smart man! After long dbl match, Chen was being drilled again! Mark has been coaching Chen's older bro - Chen Ti in the last 4 years. I have met Chen Ti 2 years ago.

Gift asked me to support her tomorrow!;)

paul_masterton
May 4th, 2006, 02:28 PM
Becky :sad:

Rising Sun
May 4th, 2006, 04:19 PM
Thanks for the results & info Adji! :wavey:

Is Mark Taiwanese? I also wonder if Yi has managed to find a sponsor... :confused:

tobi
May 4th, 2006, 08:06 PM
Thassa :)

Rebecca :help:

Kasumi
May 5th, 2006, 11:46 AM
(7) Pichittra Thongdach d (4) Tomoko Sugano 2/6 6/4 6/3

Well done

Ellery
May 5th, 2006, 01:37 PM
Pichittra :yeah:
Yi-Fan :D

tobi
May 5th, 2006, 02:31 PM
QF Results

(Q)Yi Chen d. (Q)Maya Rosa 16 62 61
(8)Pichitrra Thongdach d. (4)Tomoko Sugano 26 64 63
Yi-Fan Xu d. (3)Thassa Vitayaviroj 76(5) 46 64
(2)Ayu-Fani Damayanti d. Sandy Gumulya 75 63

Doubles SF

(4)Damayanti/Mende d. Aoyama/Katsumi 61 61
Huang/Xie d. Rompies/Silvany-Tony 62 62

wawanaza
May 5th, 2006, 03:45 PM
go ayu..

Vut
May 5th, 2006, 05:22 PM
go! mam!!!!
better luck next time GIFT!!!

CCCP1
May 6th, 2006, 02:33 AM
Well Done

Ayu Fani Damayanti
Damayanti/Mende

rrfnpump
May 6th, 2006, 09:57 AM
Semifinals

(Q)Yi Chen (TPE) d. (8)Pichittra Thongdach (THA) 62 75
(2)Ayu-Fani Damayanti (INA) d. Yi-Fan Xu (CHN) 36 75 63

Doubles Finals

(4)Damayanti/Mende (INA/INA) d. Huang/Xie (CHN/CHN) 64 64

Shine On Silver Moon
May 6th, 2006, 10:25 AM
SF - sgls:
(1) Ayu Fani d Xu Yi Fan (CHN) 36 75 63
(Q) Chen Yi d (7) Pichittra Thongdach (THA) 62 75

F - dbls:
(4) Ayu/Septi Mende d Huang Lei/Xie Yan Ze (CHN) 64 64

Final for sgl at 9 am tmrow

Comments:

From yesterday's matches, I had to move around ebtween 4 courts. Mostly I watched matches of Maya vs Chen, Gift vs Xu and some of Ayu vs Sandy and Mam vs Suagno. Maya played well in 1st set only to lose due lack of physical fitness. Maya made so many errors. The longest match was btw Gift and Xu. They both played great but Xu fought harder. It took over 3 hours! Gift was emotional at times. Xu was cool all the time. I kept cheering on Maya and Gift as well as Mam. Mam played well after easy lost in 1st set. Mam trailed 0-5 and won impressively in the final set despite of her medical break. She had strain on her back which affected her right hand. This matter happened again today in SF vs Chen. Mam was actually had better power game but she hit it wide 55%. A good friend of Mam, national player - Sunu W Trijati came to support along with Gift and me. Ayu was being intimidated by a fighter, Xu in the 1st set. Ayu did not play at her best but she kept on fighting to be in the final again. I was informed by Ayu's coach that she plans to go to California, USA for challengers by late June. Chen seemed to have a sponsor, coz she wore Yonex - for visor, racket, shoes, uniform. Yes, to answer Luke's question - Mark is a Taiwanese but with post grad degree in Indiana, USA in Philosophy of Sport. I hope I can watch the final tomorrow coz I must be at my cousin's wedding nearby Hilton.

It was a great final match for dubs today. The two pair leveled at 3 all with service game in 1st set. Then Indonesian pair managed to break! In 2nd set, Ayu/Septi led 5-3 then they closed it out 6-4! The Chinese pair did play power game but the Indonesian pair managed to play good defense several times. Xie was hitting strong strokes indeed. Septi's serve worked well today along with dangerous BH down the line several times. Ayu's serve was okay with a couple of DFs. In her sgls' sf - Ayu created an ace though. Her serve was slightly better but she needed to work hard for it to be better and better. Ayu/Septi played better strategies after all with more variative strokes.

TheBoiledEgg
May 6th, 2006, 11:11 AM
Ayu-Fani :) :D

jisung
May 6th, 2006, 02:02 PM
Xu Yi Fan
what a pity,but still well done

Huang Lei/Xie Yan Ze ,too bad

DolceVita
May 6th, 2006, 02:29 PM
SF - sgls:
(1) Ayu Fani d Xu Yi Fan (CHN) 36 75 63
(Q) Chen Yi d (7) Pichittra Thongdach (THA) 62 75

F - dbls:
(4) Ayu/Septi Mende d Huang Lei/Xie Yan Ze (CHN) 64 64

Final for sgl at 9 am tmrow

Comments:

From yesterday's matches, I had to move around ebtween 4 courts. Mostly I watched matches of Maya vs Chen, Gift vs Xu and some of Ayu vs Sandy and Mam vs Suagno. Maya played well in 1st set only to lose due lack of physical fitness. Maya made so many errors. The longest match was btw Gift and Xu. They both played great but Xu fought harder. It took over 3 hours! Gift was emotional at times. Xu was cool all the time. I kept cheering on Maya and Gift as well as Mam. Mam played well after easy lost in 1st set. Mam trailed 0-5 and won impressively in the final set despite of her medical break. She had strain on her back which affected her right hand. This matter happened again today in SF vs Chen. Mam was actually had better power game but she hit it wide 55%. A good friend of Mam, national player - Sunu W Trijati came to support along with Gift and me. Ayu was being intimidated by a fighter, Xu in the 1st set. Ayu did not play at her best but she kept on fighting to be in the final again. I was informed by Ayu's coach that she plans to go to California, USA for challengers by late June. Chen seemed to have a sponsor, coz she wore Yonex - for visor, racket, shoes, uniform. Yes, to answer Luke's question - Mark is a Taiwanese but with post grad degree in Indiana, USA in Philosophy of Sport. I hope I can watch the final tomorrow coz I must be at my cousin's wedding nearby Hilton.

It was a great final match for dubs today. The two pair leveled at 3 all with service game in 1st set. Then Indonesian pair managed to break! In 2nd set, Ayu/Septi led 5-3 then they closed it out 6-4! The Chinese pair did play power game but the Indonesian pair managed to play good defense several times. Xie was hitting strong strokes indeed. Septi's serve worked well today along with dangerous BH down the line several times. Ayu's serve was okay with a couple of DFs. In her sgls' sf - Ayu created an ace though. Her serve was slightly better but she needed to work hard for it to be better and better. Ayu/Septi played better strategies after all with more variative strokes.


Thx MoonShine for the commentary. Great Tournament.

firehorse
May 7th, 2006, 02:36 PM
still no news? where are my indonesian ppl? call and get the result

tobi
May 7th, 2006, 03:53 PM
Final

Damayanti d. Chen 63 63 :)

TheBoiledEgg
May 7th, 2006, 04:13 PM
Ayu-Fani :)

Rising Sun
May 7th, 2006, 04:14 PM
Eva :sad:

Congrats Ayu :)

Vut
May 7th, 2006, 04:18 PM
:yeah: Ayu

wawanaza
May 7th, 2006, 04:28 PM
ayu...congrats...

rated_next
May 7th, 2006, 06:05 PM
Well done Ayu-Fani :) :D :yeah:

Ellery
May 7th, 2006, 07:22 PM
Ayu-Fani :yeah:
Yi :sad:

Shine On Silver Moon
May 8th, 2006, 08:40 AM
I did not get to see the finals btw Ayu and Chen coz I had to be at my cousin's wedding and I was too tired to be in the net:o . I was informed by friends who watched the match, Ayu was dominant with her surprisingly good serve and usual variative strokes. IMO, after a week seeing Chen's game - she is sure potential with good posture, good and strong serve and strokes but she is still inconsistent plus sometimes being emotional. I think, she needs to be friendlier to fans. I knew she was tired after she won over Maya in QF, when I congratulated her she did not even smile at all. I guess she was shocked to get congratulation from local fan like me. FYI, Indonesian fans are objective. If we see foreign players play well, we will applaud them of course. Her coach was cooler.:wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
May 8th, 2006, 08:43 AM
both Ayu and Chen...Last year, Chen lost to our junior player, Lutfiana AB in 3 sets so Ayu's victory over Chen was meant to be. Good luck, Ayu in Tarakan and good luck Chen in Taiwan's tourney.;)