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Nov 24th, 2001, 06:24 PM
Hi all,I just founded the first club for Angelique.it's a maling list,not a fan page.if someone likes her,please visit this site:<br /><a href="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/angeliquewidjaja" target="_blank">http://groups.yahoo.com/group/angeliquewidjaja</a>

Please join me,and let me know every Angie's info u have!!

Nov 25th, 2001, 08:07 AM
oh what!? an angie club! i'm gonna have 2 join it! <img src="smile.gif" border="0">

Rising Sun
Nov 30th, 2001, 10:55 AM
Can anybody translate this article?

<a href="http://satusports.com/tenis/22590.html" target="_blank">http://satusports.com/tenis/22590.html</a>

It looks like Angie signed some sort of contract with Samsung.

Gold Coast should be her first tourney, even though I prefer if she played Auckland. <img src="smile.gif" border="0">

Nov 30th, 2001, 12:15 PM
Yeah danker,

I also saw that one. I am sure one of our Indonesian friends will give some details.

My guess is that she has signed a contract for Rupiah 150 to 300 million. I do however not really understand how the tier levels work.

What I do to get an idea of an article content is to translate the key words using the Indonesian - English dictionaries that can be found under the following website :<br /><a href="http://www.yourdictionary.com/languages.html" target="_blank">Various dictionaries</a> <img src="wink.gif" border="0"> You can even get a dictionary Miskitu - English (never heard of Miskitu before <img src="confused.gif" border="0"> ).

As for the Gold Coast, I saw that she was in the alternate list of qualifiers.

[ November 30, 2001: Message edited by: Steveg ]</p>

Rising Sun
Dec 1st, 2001, 01:47 PM
It looks like Angie won't be playing at the Gold Coast after all.

I heard she's one of the 8 playing at the HKG exhibition and the only Asian player there!<br />So no Ai, Wynne or Tammy!

Aus Open will be her first tourney.

I don't think it's too late for Wynne to enter one of the events that week.

Dec 1st, 2001, 03:26 PM
Thanks for the details danker. I always wonder where you get all this information from <img src="wink.gif" border="0"> . However hard I try to surf on the net, I can't get such details that fast.

I am wondering what Yayuk name was for in the article from Satusports.com then.

I believe Ai prefers to play on the Gold Coast.

As for Wynne, I have no particular information but my guess is that she'll be spending Christmas and New Year with her family.

Her calculations being most probably the following :<br />- she will lose points if she does not attend the Gold Coast tourney.<br />- But she'll make up for these points with the Oz Open, where she was not last year.<br />- Overall in the year, she'll be playing more WTA tourneys (she'll most probably be in the States in march - April, as opposed to ITF in Asia in 2001. So she will play in Indian Wells and Miami and most probably Amelia Island) and should therefore get even more points.

So I think she'll be taking a rest before a long and stressful year where huge tasks await her (my guess is that she'll try to crack the top 50 in singles and participate at the doubles Masters at the end of the year).

As she is a fervent Catholic, spending Christmas and the New Year with her family is very important to her.

But these are only personal conjectures <img src="wink.gif" border="0"> .

[ December 01, 2001: Message edited by: Steveg ]</p>

Rising Sun
Dec 1st, 2001, 04:29 PM
I forgot to say, Angie will be having her 17th birthday party on the 22nd Dec, so she won't be playing the Asian Championships. <img src="frown.gif" border="0">

BTW, Fed Cup (Asia Zone) in Guangzhou, China will be held the same time as the 1st week of Indian Wells. Very inconvenient for the "higher" ranked Asians including Wynne, etc. A $25K event in Shenzhen will take place the week after that. I expect a showing for most of the Fed Cup participants there (except those that don't play $25K events).

I wouldn't be surprised if Wynne decided to play in the Middle East in Feb instead of going all the way to the States before Fed Cup, then returning there after Fed Cup. She'll probably play Ericsson after Fed Cup, then the Green clay events like you said.

Dec 1st, 2001, 04:49 PM
Indian Wells is one of the two $2,000,000+ tourneys of the season (with the Ericson Open).

With the Grand Slams events, these are the two tourneys not to be missed in the season due to the new WTA point system.

I agree with you that Wynne decision will be hard to take. I believe it will also depend on her doubles partner decision (whether to play the Fed Cup or not).

Therefore, quite some incertitude on the outcome.

If Janet and Wynne want to make it at the end of the year at the Master Series, it is certain they can not afford to miss Indian Wells.

If I have more information on this issue, I'll let you know. My guess is that it will depend on the team performances in the first tourneys of the year (including The Aus Open).

As for the Middle East tourneys, I hope they will not be canceled due to the present unrest in the area.

[ December 01, 2001: Message edited by: Steveg ]</p>

Blessings And Aloha
Dec 15th, 2001, 10:54 PM
Wow, i was looking at Angie's career junior result and her results on grass is 19-2, but 19-1 this year. She must love the grass.

Dec 25th, 2001, 11:24 AM
Tammy will play in Hong Kong with Angelique Widjaja!!

They'll play with Capriati, Pierce, Schett, Coetzer, Dementieva, and Krasnoroutkaya!!

Dec 30th, 2001, 10:09 AM
have u seen www.angeliquewidjaja.com (http://www.angeliquewidjaja.com )<br />3 jan 2002, angie will play against Capriati.then in the doubles with Tammy,they wiil play against damentieva/krasnoroutskaya.

[ December 30, 2001: Message edited by: PatPat ]</p>

Jan 1st, 2002, 03:56 PM
Lindsayfan/Valeria <img src="smile.gif" border="0"> Thanks for taking care of the mailing list. I've added a link to your site from <a href="http://www.angeliquewidjaja.com/link" target="_blank">my site</a>.

Danker & Steveg <img src="smile.gif" border="0"> Yes the article talks about the financial support Angie will get from Samsung. If you see several numbers there, the article was describing the several version of rumors about the size of the contract, because Angie and Samsung both agreed to keep the number private.

Steveg <img src="smile.gif" border="0"> Me too. I wish I was a fast as Danker in getting information hehe..

Danker <img src="smile.gif" border="0"> have you seen the photos I made at her <a href="http://www.angeliquewidjaja.com/photo/artikel.php?article_id=108" target="_blank">birthday party</a>?

GO ANGIE AND TAMMY AT HONG KONG <img src="graemlins/bounce.gif" border="0" alt="[Bounce]" />

Jan 3rd, 2002, 02:15 PM
I just saw that Angelique lost 6/0 6/1 to Jennifer Capriati in Hong Kong. The score is a bit severe but at least it gives some idea to Angie of the progress she has to achieve to reach the top rankings (which is her target).

I guess that Jennifer played extremely well.

Jan 3rd, 2002, 03:57 PM
I was following the match thru Jiro's score updates...

This match will help Angelique against the top players in the future!

Jan 8th, 2002, 07:34 PM
Here is an article of what I think are Yayuk views on Angelique and Wynne. Any possible short translation from someone (Satya, I understand you are the "official translator" of the official Angelique website. Can you assist for this one, if possible for Yayuk views on both Angelique AND Wynne :) ;) ) :

Yayuk Basuki
Tentang Wynne dan Angie

Mantan ratu tenis Indonesia, Yayuk Basuki pernah berucap harapannya sangat besar agar Wynne Prakusya dan Angelique Widjaja dapat menjadi penggantinya. Bagaimana sebenarnya Yayuk mencermati keduanya?
Satu hal yang ditekankan oleh adalah perlunya kedua pemain (Wynne dan Angie) benar-benar bersikap profesional dalam segala tindakan. Karena hanya dengan sikap itulah, seorang pemain akan mampu meraih dan menjaga kemampuan puncaknya.

Alasan yang paling sederhana adalah karena mumpung mereka punya kesempatan terjun di pro di kala usia masih sangat muda. Sebab, Yayuk sendiri mengakui terlambat menapako dunia tenis pro, yakni di usia 20 tahun. Bandingkan dengan usia Wynne ketika menapaki turnamen pro di 17 tahun dan Angie di usia 16 tahun.

Yayuk setuju pendapat, baik Wynne dan Angie merupakan pemain berbakat. Atas dasar itulah mantan petenis peringkat 19 dunia ini meyakini keduanya bisa menjadi penggantinya, yakni sebagai andalan Indonesia di ajang multievent maupun mengangkat negara melalui arena pro.

"Sudah pasti harus belajar dan selalu belajar agar kita bisa profesional," tandasnya kepada satusports.com, Minggu malam.

Profesionalisme, menurut Yayuk, bukan pada sikap dalam arti sempit. Namun justru mencakup hal yang sangat luas. Di antaranya profesional dalam berpikir, bersikap, dan bertindak dalam banyak hal.

Di mata Yayuk, Wynne adalah pemain yang punya bakat bagus. Namun Wynne pun masih butuh banyak belajar untuk profesional. Salah satu contoh saja perlunya seorang pemain concern pada sebuah permasalahan yang hampir dialami setiap atlet di belahan bumi mana pun, yakni cidera.

"Setiap atlet, terlebih lagi yang profesional, harus memiliki concern pada masalah ini. Karena ini sangat penting," tandasnya. "Berdasarkan berita yang saya baca, Wynne katanya cidera padahal sempat menang di set pertama. Bahkan cidera itu sudah ia ia rasakan sebelum berangkat," katanya.

Dalam hal ini, Yayuk berpendapat, sebaiknya Wynne tidak mengabaikan maupun menganggap sepele cidera (pinggang) yang dialami ini. "Saya juga pernah dengar sebelumnya. Saya kira sudah bagus. Kalau belum membaik atau sembuh benar, sebaiknya dia memang menjalani terapi sampai benar-benar sembuh dulu. Baru kemudian ikut turnamen."

Mengapa Yayuk menganjurkan demikian?

"Masalahnya adalah pada risikonya. Jika tidak ditangani sampai sembuh benar, itu justru risikonya lebih besar lagi. Saya juga pernah mengalami cidera dan tetap main. Tetapi kasusnya lain. Karena saya sudah sampai di Australia waktu itu dan cideranya saya alami di sana."

Memang hak Wynne jika tetap ingin main. Hanya saja, memang banyak hal yang harus dipelajari Wynne. Terutama jika ia memang ingin benar-benar menjadi petenis pro. Tetapi jika penuntasan cidera itu diolor-olor, justru akan berdampak tidak baik.

Bagaimana dengan Angie?

Sebagaimana Wynne, menurut dia, Angie pun petenis berbakat. Juara Wimbledon Junior dan Wismilak Open telah menjadi bukti.

Turnamen pro memiliki atmosfer yang sudah pasti berbeda dengan turnamen yunior. Masalah ini harus diwaspadai Angie. Adalah sangat bagus ketika Angie bisa meraih gelar di Bali. Demikian pula ketika Angie menjadi salah satu petenis yang diundang dalam turnamen eksibisi di Hong Kong.

"Melihat lawan yang akan dihadapi, tentu kita semua tahulah siapa Capriati. Tetapi hal terpenting yang harus dipikirikan oleh Angie, dan juga saya pun menunggu kabar tentang ini sebenarnya, adalah bagaimana Angie menghadapi Capriati," ujarnya.

Mencari menang, tentu berat. Tetapi hal terpenting adalah membaca permainan Capriati. "Karena bola-bola pemain yang peringkat top ten dan top fifty itu sangat lain."

Soal speed and power, saya yakin kita ini mampu. Pertandingan yang berlangsung 34 menit, tentu waktu yang singkat untuk permainan tenis. Hal inilah yang semestinya menjadi titik awal bagi Angie untuk mencermati dan mengevaluasi dirinya maupun lawannya.

"Saya pernah dikritik orang sebagai orang yang beruntung ketika masuk 50 besar. Jangan sampai dia juga mendapatkan hal yang sama. Saya berharap setelah Hong Kong ini dia mampu mengevaluasi dan bangkit lagi." (apj)

Quite long article but certainly extremely interesting.

Rising Sun
Jan 9th, 2002, 07:00 AM
Satya, thanks for the link with the nice Angie photos. :)

Do you know where she's deciding to play after the Aus Open? Fed Cup?

Yu-lun Wang
Jan 10th, 2002, 09:59 AM
Widjaja, the no. 1 seed in Australian Open qualifyaing draw, lost
1:6 2:6 to an Australian girl Belobrajdic.
:eek: :eek: :eek:

Jan 10th, 2002, 11:12 PM

Just saw on the excellent official site of Angie (congratulations satya and... sorry once again :o ) that IMG Indonesia is trying to contact her to "talk to [her] sometime about advising [her] on your career moves".

IMG is certainly extremely famous but . Am I wrong or is it the company that is in difficult financial situation and has difficulties to manage the Master Series events?

So better be careful if I am right...

Jan 11th, 2002, 11:34 PM
Steveg :wavey: Nice chatting with you on the messenger. Hahaha... "official translator" is a very correct description of what I've been doing lately. hehe..

I haven't got time to do the Yayuk article.. it's basically all postive.. comments and some wise words for Wynne and Angie, the last paragraf is quite interesting though, Yayuk says something like: I was criticized by people to be lucky to be in the Top 50. Hope Angie doesn't get that too. I hope after Hong Kong she can reevaluate and rise again.

Danker :wavey: maybe the Tokyo event. If she's out of AUS juniors, she'll try to enter Tokyo's qual. If she stays long enough in AUS juniors, she'll have to hope for an Asian wild card from Tokyo.

Steveg again :wavey: IMG signed it although they made contact. I'm surprised they wrote an open letter, I guess they're excited. They seemed sincere and really concerned, but thanks for the info/rumor. certainly an interesting topic. Where in this site do we discuss sponsorships?

Jan 12th, 2002, 04:57 AM
:o :o :o

satya, really sorry but my mom told me not to speak to strangers ;) and I had no clue at all about who wanted to start a conversation :confused: .

We'll chat the next time now that I know it's you :) .

I think it is more than a rumour about IMG as I saw it in two tennis magazines (French and American). I am currently trying to find the articles back, which is quite difficult. Anyone having similar information (TBE :) ??).

To discuss sponsorship, the best would most probably be to open a thread in the General forum. Have you seen the movie Jerrie Mc Guyrre? I guess companies like IMG work a bit this way :p . Most important is to know which agent in the company is looking after the player I guess.

Regarding the article I posted, I think there has been something about Wynne injury (waist) and I was told that her injury prevented her from playing well in Sydney. Is my understanding correct?

Jan 27th, 2002, 09:54 AM
It appears everyone has fogotten Angie. This thread was out of the "past 10 days" list :( .

Angie won the junior doubles event with Gisella Dulko ARG

on the tight score of 6-2 5-7 6-4 against

Svetlana Kuznetsova RUS / Matea Mezak CRO who were the #1 seeds.

That's a good victory for Angie, which I hope will assist her to get some confidence for her singles matches.

Jan 29th, 2002, 11:16 PM
Steveg Nice chatting with you on the messenger

Nice chatting with you too Satya :rolleyes: ...

Blessings And Aloha
Feb 12th, 2002, 08:29 AM
Angie qualifies at Doha. She had some impressive wins like 6-0 6-0, and 6-2 6-0. Looks like shes out of her little slump.

Feb 12th, 2002, 08:57 AM

Blessings And Aloha
Mar 3rd, 2002, 04:31 AM
She is now ranked #126 or was it 127. Anyone know her upcoming tournies after Fed Cup? I hope she can break the top 100 soon!

Mar 3rd, 2002, 04:40 AM
Don't know but it will certainly be posted first on her excellent (though some comments regarding Wynne Prakusya should certainly be censored by the webmasters :rolleyes: ) official website first.

What I can tell you before that is that there will be a special ceremony in Guangzhou during which a special award will be given to Angelique by the ITF for her outstanding results last year (Wimbledon Junior, Bali...).

I think this news is not on her website yet ;) .

Mar 17th, 2002, 02:11 AM
I just found out this thread.

:bounce: so that I will remember to check it

Mar 26th, 2002, 03:43 PM
According to Angie's interview recently in Indonesia, her next tournament will be Dubai Challenger $75,000 on 1-7 April 2002.

The after that, she will travel to Europe to play some WTA tournament, including in Hamburg or Croatia, then in Berlin or Warsawa, before going into French Open. Her tour will continue until Wimbledon.

She said she would try to collect as many points as possible to increase her ranking. Her target is Top 110 after the European Tour.

Good Luck, Angelique :bounce: :bounce:

Mar 26th, 2002, 04:02 PM
Thanks for the news kfh_9118 :) .

I think the article was also mentioning something about Su Wei Hsieh :confused: but I could not understand it :sad: .

Could you please kindly let me know what was said :o ?

Mar 26th, 2002, 04:07 PM
Steveg, the article said that if Angie and Su Wei play in the same tournament, they will team up for double (ie for senior events). For juniors (grand slam), Angie will still team up with Gisella Dulko from Argentina.


kfh_9118 :wavey:

Mar 26th, 2002, 06:58 PM
Thanks a lot kfh_9118 :D .

Are you the Henry who mentioned in Ed's website to have had a picture taken with Wynne at the Oz Open? If yes, did you have time to chat with her too?

Mar 27th, 2002, 05:28 AM
Yes, that's me Steve, you have a strong memory :)

I did take a pics with Wynne after her match against Myskina, but I did not talk too much with her, considering she lost the match, and she seemed very tired.

But I did have a chance chat with her during Angie's qualification match against Jenny in the Aussie Open. Wynne watched that match, and after the match, I asked for her autograph, and then asked her condition (which she replied not very bad) and whether she will play mixed double (which she said still waiting for a place in the draw and a partner).

I didn't have Angie's autograph so far, because she lost early and I didn't want to interupt her after her lost. So I didn't have a chance to take a photograph or chat with Angie :sad: :sad: .

Mar 27th, 2002, 09:30 PM
Thanks for the details Henry :) .

It was extremely considerate of you not to talk too long with Wynne after her match against Myskina. I am certain she appreciated it :) . I have seen Wynne in other tournaments and I can tell you that unfortunately not everyone is like you :( . She has great patience though :D .

As for Angie, I am certain you will have many more opportunities to meet her again in future and have a chat ;) .

Apr 6th, 2002, 08:53 PM

Angie is now in the Finals of a the 75k Challenger. Good luck against Asagoe!

Apr 8th, 2002, 01:50 AM
She just Won Dubai! congrats on her title! where is here next stop??

Apr 8th, 2002, 05:25 AM
I think her next stop will be BOL ladies open because the winner of Dubai gets a direct entry to the tournement.

Apr 8th, 2002, 07:57 AM
What is she doing in between Dubai and Bol? practicing in Europe? or going home to Bandung?

Apr 30th, 2002, 05:12 PM
Angie won her first round match in BOL against Seda Noorlander (NED) 6-2, 6-0. Good on her. Next opponent: #1 Seed Elena Dementieva (RUS).

Well, good luck Angie, you still have a chance to win this match, so just have a go and we'll see what happens :)
Nothing to lose against Elena for sure

Good luck in double as well against Tina/Krizan :bounce: :bounce:

Apr 30th, 2002, 06:20 PM
The momentum sure is in Angelique's favour at the moment. Good luck to her against Elena Dementieva.

Angelique certainly can win this match!

May 10th, 2002, 09:02 AM
Well she lost... to dementieve... anyway she won the double.. it's like the consolation prize for her...
the next tournament she's going to play is strasbourg... which the qualifying round will start at 18 may... GD LUCK..

Anyway.. one question.. how to post a pic under our nickname??:confused: :confused:

PS: Indonesia's Uber Cup Team Lost to HongKong 2-3.. well.. Wat to do.. Dun give up.. Next they'll face holland... GD LUCK!!!

May 10th, 2002, 04:26 PM
Hi Angelique_fans :wavey: :wavey:

To put an avatar, just go to user cp, then "edit options" and at the bottom you'll find an avatar thing. You can use some pictures provided or if you have your own, you can upload it from ur computer.

I think Indonesian Uber Cup Team will not make the semifinal. They even lost to the weakest team, Hong Kong, so IMO they're going to lose to both Denmark and Netherland :(

Hope the Thomas Cup Team can do better :bounce: :bounce:

Good Luck to Angelique in Strasbourg :bounce: :bounce:

May 11th, 2002, 04:58 AM
thanks... :wavey: :wavey:
i thought u r in australia... how come u now in indonesia...
i'm felix.. u???? now i'm studying in us.. rhode island.. providence.. ;) ;)
i wanna join the gamws.. cdan teach me... thanks!!

May 12th, 2002, 08:47 AM
Hi Felix,

I am Henry, I live in Melbourne, Australia. Just finished my bachelor degree, still looking for a job here in Australia. I used Indonesian flag, because I am Indonesian, but reside in Australia :)

To join the games, just go to the games forum, choose which one you like (based on the rules). You can find the rules in the thread. To join, just PM the organiser or sign in in the new player thread. Then, you can play :)


May 14th, 2002, 01:24 PM
Nice talkin to you... erm.. thakns for the reply..
hope u got a job there... anyway.. is it possible that we play doubles sometimes in the games i mean...
I'm now studying the bio medical.. hoping to become a pharmatist..
it's difficult...:rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
okie... bye...

May 14th, 2002, 02:40 PM
Hi Felix,

Are u Indonesian??? Because it seems that you like Indonesian players, from Angie to Dea :) If not, thz for supporting Indonesian players :)

Regarding the double for games, unfortunately I have already got a permanent partner for each game. But sometimes, we don't have the same schedule, and in that case, if you and me played the same tournament, I'd love to play double with you :)

You are studying bio medical :eek: :eek: must be hard
I was studying Accounting, Banking & Finance, and hopefully someday I'll become a good accountant or banker :)



May 15th, 2002, 03:12 PM
Yupe.. i'm indonesian.. hehhe.. must be happy.. rite???
Well basically.. i was in s'pore when i was studying in secondary and junior college.. in fact i was thinking to take mass com.. but too bad.. my english is not up to standard.. so my second choice is bio medical... trust me.. it's hard... :fiery: :fiery:
Sure.. anytime.. if u dun have partner.. feel free to pm me.. i'll try to take the same tournament as yours... so it'll be easier...
Feel free to pm me... but i think u just pm me to talk.. not inconvinience...

ok.. got to go

May 24th, 2002, 05:45 PM
The RG main draw has been released and here are the draw for Angie

1st Round: vs Jill Craybas. Angie certainly has a good chance here. I think Jill is not very good in clay. So use this good opportunity, Angie :)

2nd Round: possible match up against Alexandra Stevenson. Alexandra is a tough opponent, but she is not a good claycourter. So Angie still have a chance here :)

3rd Round: most likely will face Jennifer (#1 seed). It will be very good if Angie could make into the third round in her first attempt in a Grand Slam. Jennifer is the first seed and the defending champion. So I'm not dare to dream that Angie could win this match :) Hope Angie could use this good opportunity to improve her experience and at least she doesn't lose by 0 and 1, as she did in HK last year.

I do hope that Angie could cruise into third round, so I could watch her match against Jennifer on TV :)

GOOD LUCK ANGIE :bounce: :bounce:

May 29th, 2002, 02:06 PM
First Round: Angelique Widjaja (INA) def Jill Craybas (USA) 2-6, 7-5, 6-1 :)

Congrats Angie, and good luck tomorrow against Evie Dominikovic (AUS)

:bounce: :bounce:

adlysha babalu
May 29th, 2002, 05:29 PM
i think she got the chance to win!!hope so..all the best:bounce:

May 30th, 2002, 07:09 AM
Originally posted by kfh_9118
First Round: Angelique Widjaja (INA) def Jill Craybas (USA) 2-6, 7-5, 6-1 :)

I'll post my photos of this match on Saturday when back home. Great fight from Angie to come back in the match!

May 31st, 2002, 07:51 PM
Photos posted in the photos forum / Roland Garros gallery.

Jun 3rd, 2002, 02:11 PM
Angelique has now her own photos thread (players section) with 31 photos taken at Roland Garros.

Jun 7th, 2002, 07:18 AM
Thz Steveg..

adlysha babalu
Jun 10th, 2002, 10:08 AM
congrats angie..over her great win..

well, i read her interview on the roland garros website..she mis understood a question about yayuk basuki..and her english is not really very good after all!! maybe she's nervous!

Jun 17th, 2002, 02:43 AM
This week, Angelique is the highest ranked Indonesian player in the WTA :

This week ranking - Last week ranking - Names - Points - Quality points - Next off

93 - (92) - WIDJAJA, ANGELIQUE - 389.75 - 79.00 - 0.00
96 - (89) - PRAKUSYA, WYNNE - 374.00 - 113.00 - 19 - 0.00

The difference of points is 15.75 By reaching the Q3 in Eastbourne Wynne has already secured 18.75 points (6.75 ranking points + 12 quality points). She'll be therefore back at #1 as from next week (no points to defend this week and Angelique is not playing).

Jun 17th, 2002, 01:50 PM
It's great to have two Indonesian in Top 100.
I hope it can be a motivation for Wynne to do well. Hope they can have a positive competition between them :)


Jun 22nd, 2002, 03:51 AM
what's up with angie's official site? i can't open it!

Jul 1st, 2002, 11:42 PM
What will be Angie's new ranking after Wimby? What are her upcoming tournments?

Jul 2nd, 2002, 12:02 AM
I think Angie's site would be the most appropriate place to find an answer to that ;) . I think that Angie schedule is mentioned there, but I am not too certain. As for Angie ranking, it should be in the top #80 after Wimbledon. Most probably around #78 or something.

Jul 12th, 2002, 02:02 AM

Hi ya folks!

i'm an Indonesian too and am very proud of what the Indonesian girls have achieved so far.. :)

Angie's now ranks at #75... that's a huge leap from last year where she was at 500 or sthing...

Just wait for her next action on USA tour until Wismilak in Bali to defend her title...

Go Angie!!

:bounce: :bounce: :bounce:

Aug 4th, 2002, 05:35 AM
Angie qualifies in LA! Wonder where she'll be placed in the draw.

Aug 4th, 2002, 07:26 AM
I think she'll face Lina Dunno-What's-The-Last-Name... :p

J&P Morgan Chase Championship

Qualifying Round

1st round def Mirjana Lucic 0-6 6-3 6-4
Final Round def Alexandra Fusai 4-6 7-6(1) 7-5 :bounce:

adlysha babalu
Aug 5th, 2002, 09:57 AM
sharkkss..she lost..but lina is much more a experinced player..nvm..hope she plays well i canada than!!

Aug 7th, 2002, 09:06 PM
:( .....does anyone know how many points she got for qualifying?

Aug 7th, 2002, 11:08 PM
6.75 points as qualifier + quality points.

Aug 8th, 2002, 02:25 PM
She will be like 72 in the next week rank.. :) :)
Career high so far...
Hope she will do fine in Montreal :bounce:

Aug 11th, 2002, 01:57 PM
Angie lost easily to Sarah in Montreal :sad:
What happens to her???

Rising Sun
Aug 11th, 2002, 04:52 PM
The 2-6 0-6 was certainly something I didn't expect. :eek:

She would have been better off playing $50K Bronx this week...

Aug 13th, 2002, 12:53 AM
Here's a match report from Ed Toombs who watched the match for On The Line : Another fast-rising teenaged newcomer, Indonesias Angelique Widjaja, was making her Canadian Open dbut, and it was as unimpressive as Zvonarevas was impressive. Widjajas game must have been lost in transit to Montreal: she was never competitive in a 6-2, 6-0 loss to American Sarah Taylor.

Taylor is not a bad player at all. The Nick Bollettieri pupil has good size (5'9'' or 1.75 m) and a forehand capable of putting opponents on the defensive with penetrating forehands. But Widjaja made Sarahs life easy, making repeated errors on routine shots and often badly misjudging her opponents shots.

Widjajas problems were mainly on the forehand side. Her forehand can be an effective shot for her, but is too often loose and wristy, and the shot broke down repeatedly for her today. Not even the arrival of countrywoman Wynne Prakusya and Thai star Tamarine Tanasugarn, who came during the second set to join Widjajas support group, could stop the carnage this afternoon.

Aug 15th, 2002, 02:23 AM
I can't connect to Angelique website. Anything wrong :confused: ?

Aug 18th, 2002, 02:50 PM
The connection is better now :) . Any update about Angie results in qualifying doubles at the Pilot Penn tournament :confused: ?

Aug 27th, 2002, 07:41 PM
So noone is cheering after her victory over Anna Kournikova ????

Well, I know it was probably a bit of luck and Anna lost probably first to herslef, but still, maybe little Angelique needs a little bit of confidence ! We'll see what happens next .....

Remember also that Venus made a very impressive foirst match and then took years to make such a good performance, so don't be in a hurry, let her progress :)

Go girl ! :)

Aug 28th, 2002, 09:46 PM
Well, too bad. Second match lost against whatshername. I mean, Stphanie Forretz. ;)

Ok. Better luck next time :)

Aug 29th, 2002, 01:03 PM
She led 5-3 in thet set...But somehow she lost her momentum!! :fiery:

She'll be like in top 70 in the next 2 weeks... around 63 -65...

Good luck in doubles!!!

Aug 29th, 2002, 03:41 PM
Yedah, good luck in doubles ! Playing today !

Go girl ! :)

Sep 1st, 2002, 05:23 AM
Angie/Garbin lost to Gagliardi/Nagyova in straight sets 1-6 4-6...
Wat a Luck :sad: :sad:

Sep 1st, 2002, 11:11 AM
Yeah, I know :(

Too bad, but they're still young. Now, let's focus on the next tournament :)

Rising Sun
Oct 26th, 2002, 07:17 PM
I've noticed that Angie is allowed to play 2 more tourneys until her 18th birthday.

* Pattaya, THA
* ???

Because she missed out on Tokyo (Tier II) qualies, she's entitled to play 1 more. I really hope she maximises this opportunity and play a Challenger event after Pattaya. :)

Nov 12th, 2002, 06:54 AM
Amgie Won Pattaya VOLVO OPEN last week,,,

Nov 12th, 2002, 07:48 AM

And she's back in top 70

adlysha babalu
Nov 14th, 2002, 09:47 AM
heyy dont really like angie webpage now..u know the forum thingy..i prefer the guessbook!

yeahh i agree with danker..i think she should play in cha tournament..

by the way congrats to angie over her success in thailan..

=-spreAd LovE-

Shine On Silver Moon
Nov 25th, 2002, 05:25 AM
In Angie's web site, for a while they closed the guest book...recently, I checked and it has returned!!!:wavey: :wavey: :wavey:

adlysha babalu
Nov 25th, 2002, 09:03 AM
yeah lokamaya..thats a good sign! more ppl will log in..
errmm she seldom post her msgs there even she's in Indonesia right now..
wynne post long mgs to her fans..thats so sweet of her...:)

Nov 30th, 2002, 04:23 AM
Angie's doing pretty well!

She played 17 events this season - is she still under the restriction of number of events playable?

Nov 30th, 2002, 04:25 AM
that win in thailand got her rankings from #91 to #69!
hope it keeps shooting up to the top in '03!

Shine On Silver Moon
Nov 30th, 2002, 04:48 AM
This year after Shanghai Open, thanks to her SF result, she managed to reach WTA 59...her highest ever! So, after Aussie Open, Angie is possible to return to top 60! If she plays Canberra, she will get new points and in Aussie Open, by entering MD she gets more points since she was defeated in R1 Qualif this year! Good luck, Angie!!!:) :cool: :D :bounce: :bounce: :bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 9th, 2002, 03:26 AM
Angie is practicing hard in Bandung & Jakarta...and she is gonna turn 18 yo soon on December 12th...She has been the star in Sanex ad in Indonesia as well as state owned telecom's TV ad...And she is now an icon for young role models in Indonesia indeed...Go, Angie for smashing result in Australia!:) :wavey:

adlysha babalu
Dec 9th, 2002, 03:41 PM
yeahhh..angie b'day is coming up in the few days time..
so isn't she having a big big party??

Lokamaya: did ya get any information who's going to be her doubles partner..would it be t.Garbin? or some other ppl..

all the best to her!!

Rising Sun
Dec 9th, 2002, 05:22 PM
Oh, so Angie does have a direct sponsorship with Sanex. :cool:

What exactly does she do in the commercials? :confused:

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 10th, 2002, 08:13 AM
Yes, she is chosen based on her achievement and the TV ad has been showing for over 6 months now...In the ad, she is taking shower then she walks out of shower with towelrobe (is it correct?) then she walks gaily to start her day! She looks great! A lot of naughty men give her compliments!:drool: :wavey:

Rising Sun
Dec 10th, 2002, 06:23 PM
Thanks for the explanation. :cool:

What does she do in the Telecom ad? :confused:

BTW, the correct term is "bathrobe". ;)

adlysha babalu
Dec 11th, 2002, 03:15 PM
the adver must be cool than!!

Welll wanna wish her HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! and she's now turning to the wta circuit full time!! all the best!! and many happy returns of the day!!!

Dec 12th, 2002, 12:19 AM
Happy Birthday!

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 12th, 2002, 02:25 AM

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 12th, 2002, 02:27 AM

Dec 12th, 2002, 09:09 AM
Happy B'day Gie :)

Dec 13th, 2002, 11:40 AM
Happy Belated B'day!!!

adlysha babalu
Dec 13th, 2002, 02:40 PM
ppll..do u guys got any imformation where angie celebrated a b'day..last year was in a hotel right..if i am not mistaken in hilton..and she wore a nice dress..am i right?

Dec 13th, 2002, 03:38 PM
Happy Birthday! :kiss:

Dec 13th, 2002, 03:38 PM

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 17th, 2002, 07:43 AM
Actually, I do not pay attention on these, but one fan posted in Angie's forum in her website...so, I thought some of you might be interested to find out...Angie has other titles but not in WTA Tour...

The most OK celebrity of 2001, top 10 potential stars of 2001, top 10 most shining stars of 2002, Hot Stars of 2002, the sexiest young girl of 2002 & the most genuine celebrity of 2002...all these are from different tabloids and magazines in Indonesia...

:) :cool: :D :drool: :kiss: :wavey: :wavey: :wavey:

Dec 17th, 2002, 12:11 PM

Dec 17th, 2002, 12:20 PM
lol :)

- masuk daftar Winner (selebriti paling ok) 2001 versi tabloid Bintang Milenia
- terpilih dalam 10 bintang potensial 2001 versi Bintang Indonesia
- terpilih dalam 10 bintang paling berkilau 2002 versi Bintang Indonesia
- terpilih dalam daftar HOT STARS 2002 majalah GADIS
- masuk dalam daftar CEWEK TERSEKSI 2002 majalah HAI
- masuk dalam daftar selebritis paling ORISINIL 2002 majalah HAI

Dec 17th, 2002, 02:48 PM
pff.. Amri translete them!!!

Dec 18th, 2002, 11:34 AM
pfff, you understand that! :rolleyes:

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 20th, 2002, 04:15 AM
In today's edition of local newspaper "Media Indonesia", it has a special coverage on young role models fo Indonesia and Angie is one of them representing sports together with badminton player, Taufik Hidayat...I am happy to know that Angie is very up to date in various issues such as economy, politics etc...It is no accident that Angie is the ambassador in tennis! Go for the gold, G!:cool: :wavey: :cool: :wavey: :cool: :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 22nd, 2002, 07:49 AM
Angie! Have a Merry Christmas and have a peaceful one! Do not eat too much and keep practicing hard...Australia is down there waiting for your act again! Bring it home, Angie! :) :cool: :D :wavey: :bounce: :wavey: :bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 23rd, 2002, 10:27 AM
Angie has been really busy with practicing in Jakarta. She was also chosen to appear on TV public service ad called "PEACE INDONESIA" together with 6 other public figures such as Indonesian president, famous scholar, chairman of the House, famous poet...She represents young athlete! She has been having nasty flu for 3 days...but now she is fine and she is back in Bandung, her hometown and is ready to celebrate Xmas with family...She is now enjoying the season of mango in Indonesia! She likes it a lot! She will leave for Canberra on January 4th...:) :cool: :D :drool: :wavey: :wavey: :wavey:

adlysha babalu
Dec 23rd, 2002, 04:00 PM
lokamaya: thanks for the news..i read it from her official website too..

hope she did not put on some more weight!!

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 24th, 2002, 12:19 PM
Merry Xmas Angie and wishing u all the best in 2003! Merry Xmas everyone anywhere in this tennis planet! Hohoho...You'd better watch out! Happy holidays!:) :cool: :D :bounce: :wavey: :bounce: :wavey: :bounce: :wavey: :angel: :angel: :angel:

Dec 24th, 2002, 09:26 PM

Have a wonderful christmas celebration :bounce: :bounce:
Don't drink too much ;)

Dec 25th, 2002, 01:53 AM
My new website about Angie! :D http://city.boleh.com/~tiktok2002/

please visit! :)

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 27th, 2002, 04:24 AM
Angie is chosen to appear on "Loving Words on XMas" ...It is a 2 minutes spot on METRO TV - the equivalent of CNN in Indonesia - I saw her 3 times appearance yesterday...She was sitting on chair and with background of so many trophies she has received...They key sentence from her...all what she has achieved now, it is blessing from God! God Bless U, G!:angel: :angel: :angel:

Dec 27th, 2002, 10:40 PM
Good luck in 2003 season,Angie!!

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 30th, 2002, 03:15 AM
Angie is chosen to receive RISNG STAR AWARD by Australian Tennis Magazine and it is based on her impressive performance throughout 2002. She will receive this award over the week of Australian Open in Melbourne. Congratulations, Angie!:) :cool: :D :wavey: :wavey: :wavey:

adlysha babalu
Dec 30th, 2002, 03:35 PM
congrats angie..it's a motivation for her to get even better..

Happye new year to everyone out there!!

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 31st, 2002, 02:07 AM
Angie, keep practicing hard...I saw ur final at Pattaya on Star TV yesterday...You played smart! Keep it up and add more weapons! Happy New Year, Angie!:cool: :D :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 31st, 2002, 11:24 AM
Being the youngest, she spends time with her beloved family at her hometown, Bandung for witnessing new year! She has mixed feelings...she knows she is gonna miss her family but she is also excited to be back on the tour again...She will be away for a long time from home! Actually it will not be that bad for the beginning...her parents will accompany her to watch her play in Australia! I am counting the days when Canberra Classic's main draw will be out...I wish for Angie's good draw! Go Angie...you can do more! Happy New Year!:) :cool: :D :wavey: :wavey:

Jan 3rd, 2003, 06:44 AM
Angie is interviewed by Metro TV, our local station yesterday, she said that she is targetting top 50 for this year, and not interseted in tenniscamp yet, and then she will have about 20-25 tournament this year! :eek:

Jan 3rd, 2003, 06:55 AM
oya! she looks nice with curly hair! :D but she looks a little bit fat! :o

Rising Sun
Jan 3rd, 2003, 11:45 AM
What is tenniscamp? :confused:

20-25 tourneys is a good amount. :)

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 3rd, 2003, 06:43 PM
In local newspaper Sunday edition of "Suara Pembaruan", there was an intw with Angie. She is targeting to reach at least 2ndR in AO and she will play with no burden. But she said, her target really depends on the draw she will have...Deddy, G's coach is focusing on her lackness on upper body and serve. G also practices with several national male players...She has been improving her serve since Pattaya...So, we'll see HOW FAR CAN SHE GO!:cool: :wavey: :cool: :wavey: :cool: :wavey:

adlysha babalu
Jan 4th, 2003, 03:26 PM
good news that she is improving on her serve..
all the best in Aus..

do anyone know howcome she's not partnering Garbin for doubles?? in canberra?

by the way angie is meeting 4 seed Daja and her doubles partner will be clarisa Fernandez

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 6th, 2003, 10:53 AM
Danker...I think, what Angie means by tennis camp...She is not interested yet to attend tennis camp like Van de Merre (wrong spelling I guess), Nick B in Florida...etc...:cool: :cool: :cool:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 6th, 2003, 10:56 AM
Congratulations on ur first win of 2003! Angie won 63 63 against seeded 4, Daja Bedanova...what a sweet revenge...Angie lost to Daja when they were junior...Next, G will face E Loit in second round! Bravo, rising star from INDONESIA!!!:cool: :wavey:

Jan 7th, 2003, 05:06 AM
Go Angie Go Angie Go!!! :D

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 8th, 2003, 09:42 AM
Angie...what a waste, darling! Bad lost...close match indeed...you still need more and more hours of grueling match to make your mental toughness as solid rock...Learn it from YJ Cho!!! Go and sit with Deddy to evaluate it...it is still early in 2003, so have strong prep for AO...I wish you good draw in Melbourne...Love you!:) :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 9th, 2003, 04:52 PM
6 hours to MD's announcement! Well, practice hard...You have been practicing with tax over the week in Canberra...I wish you return with her in double!!! Look forward to getting good news!:cool: :wavey: :confused: :cool: :wavey:

Jan 10th, 2003, 03:43 AM
Angie faces Ai in the first round :( Tough draw, but good luck Angie and play your best :)

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 11th, 2003, 03:53 AM
I have been wanting this duel between Ai & Angie...it is coming true...very bad that it is very early in a tournament...:(

Oh, well...I wish Angie can play without burden...enjoy and relax...If she is to lose, I want her to play close match...a win is awesome definitely...Is she gonna make another surprise like Wimbledon 2002? Bravo, Angie! Ai could be nervous and she has burden not to lose obviously...remember, she has not played well in the last 2 tournaments...:) :cool: :D :wavey:

Jan 11th, 2003, 09:04 AM
Angie was practising with Cho this morning at Melbourne Park, and then Angie left earlier, and Cho continued practising with one Japanese girl (not sure her name, but I'm pretty sure she is not Ai or Shinobu). She has a curly and long hair. Her face is very familiar but I just can't recall her name :(

Angie has a curly hair as well now :) It's good, but I prefer the straight one :) I also had a bit of chat with Angie and her coach, and Angie told me that she'll partner with Clarisa again in AO... Deddy (her coach) said her match-up againts Ai will be an interesting one, and both have a good chance to win... Hopefully Angie can make an upset :)

One good thing here: both of these Asian girls are pretty popular in Australia now... Lots of people watching them practising, took some photos, and asked for autographs :)

I got both of their autographs :) and a pic with Angie :)

Good luck Gie

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 11th, 2003, 09:13 AM
Will you? It will be appreciated! Thanks!:) :cool: :D :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 11th, 2003, 09:15 AM
Clarisa is not good dbl player yet...It is better to be partnered with Tax...Oh, well...it is G's choice!:confused: :rolleyes:

Jan 11th, 2003, 09:33 AM
Originally posted by lokamaya
Will you? It will be appreciated! Thanks!:) :cool: :D :wavey:

Unfortunately I don't have a scanner and I don't even developed the film... It's not finished yet. Sorry lokamaya...

As for Clarisa, I think she is a good player (hopefully for double too), maybe Tax is better but she may already have commitment with other players.. I forgot to ask Angie... And last time they're just unlucky to lost the match to Tax/Emilie...

Rising Sun
Jan 11th, 2003, 01:42 PM
I wonder who this Japanese with long curly could be? :confused:

Anyway, Angie & Ai will be on Court 2 (a showcourt), so hopefully they'll show some highlights on Channel 7...

Australian Tennis Magazine has an Asian news section, so the Australian tennis public is slowly getting aware of Asian tennis. Let's not forget that Angie is mentioned quite often in the mag, and her profile is also featured in the official program. :cool:

I'm glad the Australian Open is now called, "The Grandslam of Asia/Pacific". I originally thought this was just some cheap gimmick, but I know for sure it isn't so as they placed Paradorn Srichaphan on Rod Laver Arena. :eek:

Jan 12th, 2003, 01:28 AM
I'm quite surprised actually that they played angie and wynne's matches on court 2... Well, hope they can show some talents there...

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 12th, 2003, 02:55 AM
kfh_9118...BTW, ru from Jakarta or? Hey, I wanna know...is court 2 anywhere near the center court in MP? Is Rod Laver arena the center court? How about Margaret Court one? If I am not mistaken, there are a couple more...I hope, STAR TV will broadcast it tomorrow...Thanks!:) :cool: :D :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 12th, 2003, 09:50 AM
OMG...anxiously waiting for Monday morning...Angie vs Ai...two talented players from Asia...different experience...the player who plays smart, she will be the winner!!! Gooooo.....Angie...go...fight and win...Angie...NOTHING TO LOSE! ...relax...stay cool!:) :cool: :D :cool: :wavey: :cool: :bounce: :cool: :kiss: :wavey: :hearts: :bounce:

Jan 12th, 2003, 09:50 AM
Originally posted by lokamaya
kfh_9118...BTW, ru from Jakarta or? Hey, I wanna know...is court 2 anywhere near the center court in MP? Is Rod Laver arena the center court? How about Margaret Court one? If I am not mistaken, there are a couple more...I hope, STAR TV will broadcast it tomorrow...Thanks!:) :cool: :D :wavey:

lokamaya, you can call me Henry ;) No, I'm not from Jakarta but Cirebon :) Originally, I was born in small city in Sumatera Island ;) And moved to Cirebon about 12 years ago.

As for Court 2, it's one of the showcourt here in Melbourne Park. Rod Laver Arena is the main and biggest court. Margaret Court Arena is the second biggest one. It used to be Court 1, and they changed the name this year. Then Court 2 and Court 3, all of them are showcourts. Court 18 and 19 is also the big ones, but not as big as 2 and 3. On TV here, usually only these showcourts along with 18 and 19 will be shown, unless there are some Aussies played in the smaller court :)

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 12th, 2003, 10:48 AM
U can call me Adji...Do u like "tahu gejrot"...I think, it is local cuisine from Cirebon...from South Sumatra? Palembang area? I love "empek-empek"...YUM!!! I do not know much about Aussie...I have nver been there...I used to study in USA...When I was there I had the privilege to watch big names in tennis!:) :cool: :D :wavey:

Rising Sun
Jan 12th, 2003, 12:52 PM
Henry, actually Vodafone Arena is the 2nd largest one. It has a 10,000 capacity seating. Margaret Court Arena has 6,000 while Courts 2 & 3 have 3,000 each.

Courts 6, 7 are supposed to be showcourts as well, as there will be a camera stand.

Jan 12th, 2003, 05:48 PM
An article about Angie from "The Age"

Indonesian rising star looks to top seeds

January 13 2003
By Tim Colebatch

The Widjaja family of Bandung had five boys. Then, after a gap of six years, they had a girl. And some girl she is turning out to be.

When little Angelique was just four years old, her brothers introduced her to a tennis court. Within a few years, their kid sister was beating them. Within a few more years, she was beating just about anybody.

At 16, Angelique Widjaja became the first Indonesian player to win junior Wimbledon. Four months later, she entered her first event on the Women's Tennis Association tour and won it, downing Thai star Tamarine Tanasugarn to win the 2001 Wismilak International in Bali.

Now just 18, Widjaja has several more titles to her name and will be one of the new generation out to upset the established order at the Australian Open.

Today she will play 21st seed Ai Sugiyama of Japan in the first round and, if successful, could then face seeded players Conchita Martinez, Patty Schnyder and Daniela Hantuchova.
If Melbourne Park gets hot and humid, she won't mind. Bandung, where her wealthy family runs textile and tourism companies, is in the relative cool of Java's mountains, but she has spent half her life chasing tennis balls in the hot sun.

Last year she won tournaments in Dubai, and Pattaya in Thailand, and reached the semi-finals in Shanghai. Now ranked 74 in the world, she says her next goal is to make the top 50. That could come soon.

A slim 173 centimetres, she names Lindsay Davenport as the player she most admires. Like Davenport, she hits the ball flat and low, but her real strength is her natural athleticism, apparently effortless style, and ability to read the game quickly.

At last year's Australian Open she took home the junior doubles crown, and at the French Open she defeated Russian prodigy Dinara Safina, kid sister of Marat Safin, to win the girls' singles. Then she quit junior tennis for the big time.

At Wimbledon, she whipped 15th seed Anna Pistolesi (nee Smashnova) 6-3, 6-2, and at the US Open she was even more ruthless to Anna Kournikova, wiping her off the court 6-3, 6-0.

If she makes the top 20, Widjaja herself could become one of the pin-up girls of tennis. On court in Canberra last week she was the fashion item.

But she says two things await her back home. She is still a schoolgirl and faces her final exams in mid-year. And after the US Open in September, she will return to Bali to compete in its tournament and show her support for the island, where tourism has collapsed after last October's bombing.

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 13th, 2003, 01:57 AM
The article above was giving wrong info...Angie did not beat Dinara Safina at FO Junior 2002...she did beat "US version of Anna Kournikova" aka Ashley Harkleroad...Angie defeated Dinara in Wimbledon Junior 2001...:o :p

Today's lost was pretty bad for Angie...Angie seemed to make many unforced errors...She did not play her own game...3 sets was expected...So, now you have better prep for Japan Open...coz you have go thru qualifying round first...Some people say, Angie deserves a Wild Card for MD in Tokyo...We'll see...I doubt it though! They will give to Japanese players definitely!:( :eek: :mad: :sad:

Jan 13th, 2003, 02:02 AM
Angie.... :sad:

Jan 13th, 2003, 04:12 AM
Originally posted by danker
Henry, actually Vodafone Arena is the 2nd largest one. It has a 10,000 capacity seating. Margaret Court Arena has 6,000 while Courts 2 & 3 have 3,000 each.

Courts 6, 7 are supposed to be showcourts as well, as there will be a camera stand.

Oh yeah, you are right danker... I forgot about Vodafone Arena :o
About Court 6 & 7, I will check them on Wednesday to see how big they are :)

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 13th, 2003, 04:16 AM
It was obvious...Ai had more winners...but for UEs...they both were sucks...Ai was 63 I heard and Angie was 60? Angie's poor performance - maybe it was due to her coach's instruction to play different strategy...So, Angie did not play her won game then...then she hit many UEs with such different game plan! If Deddy could not bring Angie to top 50 by mid year, he should be fired...:( :o :eek: :mad: :sad:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 13th, 2003, 06:52 AM
Angie, it is time to leave your lost behind...Now, focus on double...who knows? You had great result in junior by having Argentinian Dulko...now, Clarisa...though I do not like your choice, but I will give you this chance to prove that I am wrong...hopefully, you have an okay draw...by not meeting seeded pair in 1st round...:) :cool: :D :wavey: :bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 14th, 2003, 01:41 AM
Angie is not going to partnered with Clarisa...If she is staying with CF, then they must go through qualifying round first so then Angie decided to partner with Kelly Liggan...Kelly/Voracova have won against Angie/Tammy in Pattaya's SF last year...Then, Kelly/Renata won their 1st title after knocking down Lina K/Tatiana P...

Tough draw for Angie/Kelly since they must face seeded 14 - Justine H Hardenne/Elena Bovina..It will be David vs Goliath match! Angie/Tax had the experience to face against Elena B/H Nagyova in the final of Bol Open 2002 and they won it!

Anyway, do your best!!!:) :cool: :D :wavey: :bounce:

adlysha babalu
Jan 14th, 2003, 03:00 AM
howcoma angie is not partnering garbin??anyone??

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 14th, 2003, 05:34 AM
I guess Tax prefers to partner with same level kind of player like Silvia...Angie is still inexperienced for her maybe...For Angie, she actually wants to have partner who is experienced maybe...Just guess...:confused: :cool: :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 14th, 2003, 08:23 AM
Pic by AFP of Angie's 1st round match was on front page of local newspaper today...She was wearing bright but kind of purple pink I guess...do not know what to call...It was tank top...I do not like it...I liked her last year's outfit...I guess, she has to wear it since it is a must as ordered by her sponsor...Oh, well...:( :p

Jan 14th, 2003, 11:05 AM
is this what you mean Adji?


Rising Sun
Jan 14th, 2003, 03:07 PM
That's the same outfit Daniela Hantuchova wore at Sydney last week. :)

Apparently, Angie wore a lime coloured outfit at Canberra. I wonder how it looks like? :confused:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 16th, 2003, 12:58 AM
Angie/Kelly...just give it a shot today against tough pair...Juju/Lena...nothing to lose...:cool: :wavey:

Henry...pls update us with match news on Angie, too...Thanks!:D

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 16th, 2003, 01:05 AM
koj-e...Thanks for posting the pic of G...But this is not the one...This one is fighting expression...which is nice actually...The one that I mentioned...it is truly an upset expression by G...Oh, well...:cool: :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 16th, 2003, 04:45 AM
Oh, well...Angie lost as expected...Is this time to change coach? Maybe not yet...until mid year? So, get ready for Tokyo first and you'd have better chance for Hyderabad...It'd great to play dbl with Wynne as she was intended so...Keep practicing hard!:D :cool: :) :wavey: :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 17th, 2003, 04:20 AM
Angie...it is time 4u to have thorough evaluation with ur coach...For singles as of now 1-2...Doubles is also 1-2...What is it about 1 & 2...Angie played against seeded 21...Ai...Oh, well...keep practicing rigorously...and play at ur best in Tokyo!!!:) :cool: :D :wavey: :bounce:

Jan 17th, 2003, 09:21 AM
Adji, I did see Angie's match yesterday (full match). Angie/Kelly started strong by holding serve and break Elena's serve straight away, then Angie hold serve to lead 3-0. Justine hold and from there, Justine and Elene just playing too great. Angie/Kelly just being fooled by them. Kelly was the weakest player there IMO, she did a lot of DFs and UEs. Angie played well, but it seems that Justine and Elena targeted Kelly all the time :(

Maybe Angie and Kelly just feel the pressure playing such a great player like Justine and Elena. THe second set just gone so quickly. Angie had several chance to hold her serve but she couldn't... Overall, most points were from Justine/Elena's winners and not Angie/Kelly errors. The opponents just too good.

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 17th, 2003, 01:31 PM
Arigatou gozaimasu He-nu-ri-san...Yup, I do speak Japanese 'coz I used to live in a country side out of Fukuoka and I went to school in the city...Again, heap thanks for ur news...So, Angie was not bad...in the 1st set...I used to like Japanese male player, Shuzo Matsuoka...he is retired now...For female players, I used to like Kimiko Date & Naoko Sawamatsu...Back in the good old days before monetary crisis...I have watched Matsuoka, Naoko, Kyoko Nagatsuka, Ai Sugiyama, Miho Saeki, Nana Miyagi, Rika Hiraki, Yuka Yoshida when they all played in Senayan...Now, it is so sad...Jakarta has no more prestigious tournament...This year, if everything works out well, I plan to watch Wismilak Intl in Bali...Too bad, the schedule is not attractive...right after US Open...it is very tough for players to fly from East Coast all the way to the land of bomb attack...I hope, WTA officials can make a deal with Anna Kournikova to play in Bali...Woohoo, that'd be cool!!! I really hope, the quality of players will be higher this year...I want to see at least 3 top 20 players there...Not realistic, I guess...Personally, I want to see Daja Bedanova, Nathalie Dechy, Clarisa Fernandez, Tax, Laura Granville, Sarah Taylor again, Sveta, Iroda, Anca, Anne Kremer, Tatiana Panova, Elena Bovina, Elena Likhovtseva (I saw her back several years ago in Jakarta), Yoon Jeong Cho, Mi Ra Jeon, Akiko Morigami (I saw her in Jkt when she was still junior), Klara Koukalova, Samantha Stosur, Denisa Chladkova, Chanelle Scheepers, Iveta Benesova, Flavia Pennetta, Marion Bartoli, Tammy (I enjoyed to have chat in 1993 & 1994 in Senayan), Barbara Schett, how many already?...Am I greedy? I really wish...these players can come...When you wish upon BALI...make no difference who the players are...Again, terima kasih yah!:) :cool: :D :wavey: :wavey: :wavey:

Rising Sun
Jan 17th, 2003, 03:57 PM
I don't think Angie should start thinking of changing coach yet. She's still improving with Deddy. She should play one full season, and then re-assess at the end of the year... :cool:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 18th, 2003, 08:49 AM
Angie, I know you are the baby in the family...So, your mom and dad are leaving you for home? It'd be better...as you need to mature...I wish you all the best for better drawing in Toray Panpac's qualifying!:) :cool: :D :wavey: :bounce: :kiss:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 21st, 2003, 08:40 AM
In both world class site of Yahoo Sports and WTA Tour, in Angie's profiles...there are some incorrect and missing informations...In Yahoo Sports, it is written there that Angie is from Poland...I bet they cannot differentiate between the two country's flags...or I do not know:eek:

And for title in 2002...Angie is BIG ZERO! How come? She won Pattaya, right? I bet the moderator does not know where Thailand is:rolleyes:

While in WTA web site, it does not say about Angie's performance up to 2nd round of Roland Garros in 2002...:confused:

Oh, well...nothing is perfect!!!:wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 22nd, 2003, 08:28 AM
Angie had a small treatment in the final set match against Sugiyama last week...hopefully, there is nothing wrong with her...Does anyone know?:confused:

By this time, I am sure she has left for Tokyo to be on time for TPP's qualifying round...So, stay focus and be tough mentally...and most importantly stay healthy after playing in hot downunder and now you are in cold Tokyo...I know, you will be playing indoor, right? But still...it is bloody freezing out there! Wishing you all the best that you can do!:) :cool: :D :wavey: :bounce: :kiss:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 22nd, 2003, 08:38 AM
Angie is nominated as Female Athlete of 2002 by national sports tabloid BOLA...(Bola means ball...)...The other contenders are: Wynne Prakusya, Lisa Rumbewas (weight lifter - she won silver medal in 2000 Olympic, gold medalist at Qatar Open 2002 and bronze medalist in 2002 Asian Games) & Uyun Muzizah (cyclist, won 2 silver medals at 2002 Asian Games)...It is a great honor to have 2 female tennis players being nominated! Go, tennis Indonesia!!! Well, we do not need to know why these duo A & W are chosen...:cool: :wavey: :cool: :bounce: It is sponsored by A & W!!!:)

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 23rd, 2003, 01:08 AM
Angie spent 3 days in S'pore for practice with her coach DT...and last night they flew an overnight flight to Tokyo...So, by now they are there in the land of Ai Sugiyama...I guess, the qualifying round will start tomorrow...Does anyone know its quali draw yet? It is gonna be great field of qualifying...Good luck, Angie! It is your first time singles performance as senior player in front of Japanese spectators...Keep rocking!:) :cool: :D :wavey: :bounce: :wavey: :bounce: I am anxioyus to find out Angie's draw and also her double partner!!!:confused:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 23rd, 2003, 12:07 PM
Get on the court there and keep fighting to get into MD! Whatever it takes, Angie!:) :cool: :D :wavey: :bounce: :kiss:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 25th, 2003, 11:22 AM
Angie, please utilize your WC effectively as way to level-up your performance...Keep smashing, G!:cool: :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 26th, 2003, 10:15 AM
Tough draw despite of facing qualifier in 1st round...Any qualifier is good player indeed...So, really focus on this opening round then you can think about Dokic who is absolutely tough! Good luck, Angie!:fiery: :) :cool: :D :wavey: :devil:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 27th, 2003, 12:03 PM
I think, you are being tested and indeed it is very challenging for you...:devil: First tomorrow, focus on your doubles with Irina...tough pair you will play against, duo double L...Just play safe and gain the experience from solid doubles pair!:cool: :wavey: In singles, Mi-Ra is very experienced player indeed...it is going to be another tough battle for you, Angie...:fiery: Just play ur own game and play smart as you can...Go out there and be a fighter! Good luck always!:) :cool: :D :wavey: :bounce: :kiss:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 28th, 2003, 09:09 AM
It is a bad loss today in doubles as expected...Bagel was bad indeed for you, Angie!!!:(

I am sure you could learn this lesson especially you played your fave player, LD...Wow!!!:D

So, give the best of you tomrrow...tomorrow is another day and fight hard and be out there on the court with confident...!!!:) :bounce: :D :wavey: :cool: :bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 28th, 2003, 09:14 AM
Angie appears on quick public service TV ad now several times a day...It is a message to bring back tourism in Indonesia...She appears together with a tourism minister, a scholar, a famous poet and a medical doctor actress...Angie looks very mature in Indonesian official uniform for athlete and her new hair...Bravo, G!:cool: :wavey: :bounce: :wavey: :bounce: :wavey:

adlysha babalu
Jan 28th, 2003, 09:24 AM
thast nice of angie to help her country in some ways..

damn..really wanted to see how she looks like in her new hair style.. :( aus open pic cant really see her hair..

hope she plays well against Mi-Ra as she's a tough player too..

abt her doubles match..ermm..tough draw and try harder next time angie..:)

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 28th, 2003, 11:55 AM
Angie is having allergy and her eyes are swollen...It does affect her play but she will try her best...She has gone to the doctor and she is under medication...best of luck, Angie!:fiery: :cool: :wavey:

IMO, maybe due to weather change? As it happened to me coming from very hot weather and I arrived in Tokyo back in March 1984 it was 32 degrees (Fahrenheit)...so zero centigrade...It was very cold and snowing at that time then I got allergy like her...I do not know!:confused: Rest enough and fight tomorrow!:fiery: :cool: :wavey:

Jan 28th, 2003, 02:02 PM
Originally posted by lokamaya
Angie appears on quick public service TV ad now several times a day...It is a message to bring back tourism in Indonesia...She appears together with a tourism minister, a scholar, a famous poet and a medical doctor actress...Angie looks very mature in Indonesian official uniform for athlete and her new hair...Bravo, G!:cool: :wavey: :bounce: :wavey: :bounce: :wavey:

I didn't see it yet.... :sad:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 29th, 2003, 03:22 AM
koj-e...u watch too much MTV, buddy!!! lol...:) :cool: :D :wavey: :bounce: :p

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 29th, 2003, 03:26 AM
It is a good win over very experienced player like Mi-Ra...You played okay, I think and you need to cut down your UEs still...So, now rest well and you can watch Jelena's doubles match and observe how she plays...Maybe she does not even know who you are...since most of top players are like that...That is fine...You just play nothing to lose as laways and she may have trauma from last year's 2nd round...same being seeded 2 and she lost to Kremer...You can do it, Angel...:angel: :angel: :angel: :cool: :wavey: :bounce: :kiss:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 29th, 2003, 06:34 AM
Hi, there...you can see Angie's pic with new hair style in TPP forum under Angie's post match interview!:D :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 30th, 2003, 08:16 AM
Not bad for the 1st time playing against top 10 player...Good fight and close match!!! U still need to work in different areas, Angie...footwork, serve and others...Rest well now and be ready for Hyderabad!!! Best of luck always!!!:cool: :wavey: :bounce: :) :wavey: :D :bounce:

adlysha babalu
Jan 30th, 2003, 10:21 AM
lokamaya" yeahh i had seen that..
hope to see more pics on her..

felt really proud for angie..coz she lost in 2 tough set against talented top 10 player 'jelena'

all th best in her coming tournaments.. :)

there's a pic on her at our malaysian newspaper 'the star' wearing a red outfit and visor..

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 30th, 2003, 11:12 AM
adlysha...Yup yup yup...Her big pic from match versus Jeon is in the newspaper as well here today...Very nice pic, I think...Yup, do not like her new hair style...prefer the old one! :cool: :wavey:

Jan 31st, 2003, 08:07 AM
Originally posted by lokamaya
koj-e...u watch too much MTV, buddy!!! lol...:) :cool: :D :wavey: :bounce: :p

of course not.... :o :o
I'm too busy studying for the National Final Exam... :sad: :sad:

my friends also told me that the ad is already broadcasted since a long time ago... :eek: :sad:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 31st, 2003, 09:27 AM
koj-e...I was just kidding of course!!!:p Well, good luck in your exams...need help?:cool: :wavey: :bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 31st, 2003, 09:31 AM
adlysha babalu...In newspaper today, another photo of Angie when she played against Dokic...Great snapshot!!! And um surpised that in a free copy of "Market Info" here, they always have small section on news of Angie...and Wynne...Wow, tennis really gets in the news!!! Still, its popularity is not matched to soccer yet...:) :wavey: :cool: :wavey: :D :wavey:

Jan 31st, 2003, 10:41 AM
Originally posted by lokamaya
koj-e...I was just kidding of course!!!:p Well, good luck in your exams...need help?:cool: :wavey: :bounce:

need help???? :eek: what can you do?? :rolleyes: :p

Shine On Silver Moon
Jan 31st, 2003, 10:44 AM
Which subject do u hate the most? lol...hahaha...:p :wavey: :cool:

Jan 31st, 2003, 12:57 PM
Originally posted by lokamaya
Which subject do u hate the most? lol...hahaha...:p :wavey: :cool:

Physique and Indonesian.... :mad: :fiery:

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 1st, 2003, 08:13 AM
koj-e not kojak...lol...Where did u play tennis today? Did u wear red T-shirt?:devil:

So did I, I hated physics...!!! :mad: Good luck in ur exams!!!:cool: :wavey: Hey, Angie & Wynne are flying together today...They are ready to rock Hyderabad!!!:p :cool: :wavey: :bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 1st, 2003, 08:23 AM
I just saw it on TV...There is slightly new and different version of Sanex ad with Angie in it...She is very beautiful in it!!! More shots on her! Keep going, my beautiful Angie!!! koj-e...have you seen it?:) :wavey: :cool: :wavey: :kiss: :kiss:

Feb 1st, 2003, 01:47 PM
Originally posted by lokamaya
koj-e not kojak...lol...Where did u play tennis today? Did u wear red T-shirt?:devil:

So did I, I hated physics...!!! :mad: Good luck in ur exams!!!:cool: :wavey: Hey, Angie & Wynne are flying together today...They are ready to rock Hyderabad!!!:p :cool: :wavey: :bounce:

Oh My GOD!!!! :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: you did see me playing tennis TODAY!!! :eek: you stalker!!! :mad: why don't you say hi to me????!! :eek:

were you there this morning?? :eek:

which one are you???? :eek:

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 2nd, 2003, 09:16 AM
koj-dude!!! Of course I was not at the court...I read ur story in different thread...And I just guessed you were wearing red since yesterday was Xin Chia...:cool: :wavey: :bounce:

Where did u play?:confused: Hey...I watched Asia MTV Award last night on cable...Did u see it? Wow, KD was great...!!! I wonder if that it was really her own hair?:D :wavey: :bounce:

Feb 2nd, 2003, 09:18 AM
Originally posted by lokamaya
koj-dude!!! Of course I was not at the court...I read ur story in different thread...And I just guessed you were wearing red since yesterday was Xin Chia...:cool: :wavey: :bounce:

Where did u play?:confused: Hey...I watched Asia MTV Award last night on cable...Did u see it? Wow, KD was great...!!! I wonder if that it was really her own hair?:D :wavey: :bounce:

:eek: *phew* :o I'm so ashamed lol....!!! :p :p

so, are you celebrating Chinese New Year? Gong Xi Fat Choi!

I played in Pondok Indah.... :)

Wanna play sometimes, Adji? ;)

Feb 2nd, 2003, 09:20 AM
yeah of coure KD was great!!! ;) and of course it's her real hair, duh! :p

but poorly her english is not to good... but he looks great when he standing in front of Blue! :D

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 2nd, 2003, 09:23 AM
UR lucky in Hyderabad this time...Since Chanda withdrew and Cho decided not to play here...you are seeded 7...What is about 7 for you? In the same tier IV at Shanghai last year...You were seeded 7, too...:cool: :wavey:

First round against Jelena Kostanic...Wow, you play against 2 Jelenas 2 weeks in a row...Um sure, you can handle Kostanic...JK's 2003 record is 0-3...while you are slightly better at 2-3...So, in second round...it is gonna be interesting match for you whether you play Rodionova or qualifier...Then, if u cruise through...in QF, Tammy waits for you...Tammy is certainly in great shape...and I sure hope, you are too...You have the advantage of defeating her back in Bali 2001...It was tough 3 sets...So, good luck and take it one at a time! Bravo in doubles with Wynne, too!:) :D :cool: :wavey: :bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 2nd, 2003, 09:45 AM
Um-ree...:D I assume u live in PI area...and where is exactly the court there? Near the mall? Thanks for your offer...:cool: :wavey: :bounce:

Feb 2nd, 2003, 09:52 AM
I'm not live in PI area! :p :p

yeah near the mall!

wanna? :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 2nd, 2003, 10:55 AM
Off Clock I do not celebrate Xin Chia at all...I celebrate "Hari Raya Iedul Fitri" by the way...How about u? I will think about ur offer...It must be awful to play in clay during this wet season! Yuk yuk yuk...:p :rolleyes: :wavey: :cool:

Feb 2nd, 2003, 01:14 PM
me too.... I celebrate Ied...! :wavey:

:p you must be win if you accept my offer.... :rolleyes: I'm bad :sad:

It's okay lahhh!! Playing in clay during the wet season will make the surface a little hard maybe... but the worst thing, your shoes will be dirty!! hehehe ;)

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 2nd, 2003, 01:27 PM
Just dump the shoes into washing machine! lol...huahaaahaaa...:p ;)

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 2nd, 2003, 01:28 PM
koj...No books I guess?:cool: :p

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 2nd, 2003, 01:34 PM
I gotta go and grab somethin' to eat...Hungry. boh!!! Do not study too hard...Good luck on ur exams and um gonna busy myself this week...But, sure anxious for Hyderabad...coz Angie and Wynne are there...Go, duo A & W!!! Hasta la bye bye...ter koj-e...koj-e...:p :cool: :wavey: :bounce: :worship: :worship: :worship:

Feb 2nd, 2003, 03:21 PM
Hasta La Vista, pal! :cool:

Yeah.. I'm lazy to study... :o

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 4th, 2003, 08:01 AM
Angie, congrats on ur 1st hurdle yesterday against Kostanic...It was a good lesson as you realized you have made too many UEs in the 1st set...So, either Anastassia or Yulia may surprise you in 2nd round...Just play ur own game and keep attacking first! Good luck tomorrow for both singles and doubles!!!:) :bounce: :cool: :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 4th, 2003, 08:22 AM
Wow...great pic of Angie in newspaper today...She was hitting or returning maybe during the match against Kostanic...Full pic of her body...Great shot! Thanks Indian photographer!!!;) :cool: :wavey: :bounce: :kiss:

Feb 4th, 2003, 10:44 AM
:mad: the picture was blurry and black&white! :rolleyes: :p

Feb 4th, 2003, 04:06 PM
Here's what is available on the net :Widjaja rallies to down Kostanic

By A. Joseph Antony


Indonesia's Angelique Widjaja unleashes a powerful forehand in her opening round encounter against Jelena Kostanic of Croatia in the WTA Indian Open tennis tournament in Hyderabad on Monday. Photo: Mohammed Yousuf

HYDERABAD Feb. 3. Seventh seeded Angelique Widjaja survived a scare against Jelena Kostanic 1-6, 6-4, 6-3 in the opening round of the WTA Indian Open at the Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh tennis complex here on Monday.

In a largely offensive baseline duel, the Indonesian played the waiting game, wearing out Kostanic in exactly 100 minutes. A mentally tougher Widjaja prevailed as she let the Croat go on the charge and make the mistakes too. Rarely did the duo stir from the vicinity of the baseline.

The left-handed Kostanic's big serve saw her surge ahead in the opening set, which she wrapped up in just 21 minutes. In the second, Kostanic's first game loss was a setback from she could never recover. Stretched in her service games, she began to tire too.

Meanwhile, Widjaja continued to play it safe. Her first serve, though not too forceful, remained accurate. Breaking her opponent right at the start of the decider was another blessing for Widjaja. Kostanic's forays to the net were flawed.

After breaks were traded from games four to six, Kostanic's formidable serve failed her in the seventh. Her warding off two match points in the ninth came too late in the day for the Croat. By then the contest was too far out of her reach.

Manisha Malhotra's nerve was her strongest ally in a fairly even match against Korea's Jin Hee Kim. On the big points, the Indian never faltered, fetching her a well-earned place in the main draw.

An absence of a press enclosure on court three prevented descriptive coverage of the action featuring the eighth seed, Silvija Talaja.As you say, one can really see Angelique body on this photo ;) .

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 7th, 2003, 01:43 AM
Since Angie has been playing on senior level, I think Angie's lost to Maria is the worst one! Maria is ranked 330 but it is not certainly meaning that her game level is way below Angie...I think, they are in the same level as Angie just graduated from junior...Um sure, Angie was under pressure as a seeded player, with higher ranking and she still has fragile mental toughness in facing critical points...Come on, Angie...tons of homework u have...mental and skills...big time! Gearing-up for two tourneys in Middle East! Best of luck always!!!:( :D :wavey:

Rising Sun
Feb 7th, 2003, 01:59 PM
Angie needs to learn how to fully take advantage of all her opportunities given. It's easier said than done. Especially her losses to Dokic & Kirilenko the last couple of weeks, she would lose the set after leading considerably. :(

BTW lokamaya, are you looking forward to the 2 $10K events held in Jakarta held in the weeks of 28 April & 5 May? :confused:
It's played on clay! :eek: Don't expect to see many Japanese players though since they clash with $50K tourneys in Japan. :sad:

Feb 7th, 2003, 02:15 PM
I will see it!! :fiery:

I'm thirsty about Tournament in Jakarta! :fiery:

Rising Sun
Feb 7th, 2003, 02:26 PM
koj-e, if you do go, please give reports for us please!!!

loyamaya too. ;)

Feb 7th, 2003, 02:37 PM
okay... I will!! ;) just wish I'll go! ;)

Feb 7th, 2003, 04:09 PM
Too bad for Angie.. leading 5-3 in the second had 4-5 mp but she couldn't win :(

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 8th, 2003, 07:01 AM
Thanks danker...I was excited when I found out about it back in early January, I think...I will do the best I can to post reports here...That's okay not many Japanese or not at all...I wanna see the others like Thais, Vietnamese, Filipinos, Malaysians, Australians, Kiwis, Chinese, Koreans maybe, Indians etc...That'd be great!:cool: :wavey: I'd love to see Akgul Amanmuradova and Ivanna Israilova to come here!

BTW, I heard that Angie got into main draw in Qatar since Eleni and Anne Kremer withdrew! Not bad at all in a way, but she has to defend 7.5 points and I really wish her for good draw so that at least she can reach 2nd round...Last year, she was a qualifier and lost to Husarova in 1st round! Have u guys checked out angelique.widjaja.com here in wtastarz? I know, koj-e and aaron did...It's cool!!!:) :wavey: :D

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 9th, 2003, 05:11 AM
For 2nd week in a row, she is playing another Croat - this time Silvija...It is gonna be tough for Angie but she has a slight chance, I think...It is getting tougher if she faces Pratt...So, 2nd round maybe the most for Angie...Better than last year, I hope...So, go for it, Angie!!!:cool: :wavey: :bounce: :kiss:

adlysha babalu
Feb 9th, 2003, 04:18 PM
i have faith in angie that she can do it..pass talaja!!!
so prove it to me angie!!
all the best in ur doubles too..
keep the asian spirit alive!!!!!!!!!!!

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 11th, 2003, 10:45 AM
A little more than an hour to your 1st round match against Talaja...Do your best, Angie!!! Stay focus and be tougher this time!!!:cool: :wavey: :bounce: :kiss:

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 12th, 2003, 03:43 AM
Good work, Angie! You have shown ur determination back now...That's a good sign! It seems that you still have many UES but you have grown mentally step by step...Keep it up, young gal...Your next opponent is toughie, but I know u can give her a fierce fight! If Sun Tian Tian could make the match tight, um sure u can do it, too!!! Just play ur best and who knows you will create an upset...Good luck first in ur dubs with the darling of this tourney, Maria Alejandra Vento-Kabchi!!! Tough match for sure!!! Bravo, Angie!:) :cool: :D :wavey: :bounce: :wavey: :bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 15th, 2003, 11:54 AM
Angie in dubs final at Doha with Maria and play against Wynne/Janet...Historical for Indonesia!!! And she gets WC, too for Dubai! Yippeee!!!:wavey: :bounce:

adlysha babalu
Feb 15th, 2003, 01:43 PM
yahhooo happy for her..hope angie/maria win this tittle..and hope they can be long-time partner..angie needs one!!

lokamaya: is angie very famous down there in indonesia?

adlysha babalu
Feb 15th, 2003, 01:43 PM
yahhooo happy for her..hope angie/maria win this tittle..and hope they can be long-time partner..angie needs one!!

lokamaya: have u spoken to angie before??

Feb 18th, 2003, 06:32 AM
Originally posted by adlysha babalu
yahhooo happy for her..hope angie/maria win this tittle..and hope they can be long-time partner..angie needs one!!

lokamaya: is angie very famous down there in indonesia?
Adlysha 1st of all congrats to u 4 Hafiz Hashim to claim the first All England mens singles title for Malaysia in 37 years. Yeah Angie's very famous in Indonesia alongside other athletes such as Taufik Hidayat, Utut Adianto and Ade Rai. We had Tennis euphoria in the Yayuk era...and we want 2 repeat that. Our country have the greatest players in badminton with Rudy Hartono and Susi Susanti. But the world knows Yayuk better than them. So we hope Angie can do the same...if not better than the great Yayuk Basuki :wavey:

Feb 21st, 2003, 02:34 AM
(Dubai Duty Free Women's Open) Indonesian star Angelique Widjaja was presented with Australian Tennis magazine's 'Asia/Pacific Rising Star' Award on Thursday

She looked so sweetie when I met her in Pattaya last year. Now her new hair style make her looks different.

Hope Angie can get into top 30 soon.

:hearts: :hearts: :hearts:

Feb 21st, 2003, 07:50 AM
i thought she received it in Australia Open... :confused:

adlysha babalu
Feb 23rd, 2003, 12:24 PM
amri: hello!! nope she received the throphy in dubai

royirman: yeahh thanks..we are proud than hafiz won the all england championship..our country had wait for a VERY VERY long time..hope angie can be like the next yayuk basuki..and i guess she can make it..matter or time..she's still young..long more way to go..keep the asian spirit alive angie!!!!!

Feb 24th, 2003, 06:39 AM
:( I dun like her new hair-do though

but congrats

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 25th, 2003, 10:13 AM
Originally posted by kj-
i thought she received it in Australia Open... :confused:

Yes, she supposed to receive it at AO but the committee did not give it until the final day of AO and as you may aware, at that time, Angie had to leave for Tokyo to be on time for Toray Pan Pacific Open!!! So, she did not attend the officila ceremony then...UM back after a trip to the city of WISMILAK!!!:D :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 27th, 2003, 10:47 AM
Angie got more value of sponsorhip from Samsung...it is doubled this time...She just got it yesterday and she will leave for US on Saturday I think! Go, Angie!!!:cool: :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 7th, 2003, 09:28 AM
Angie is not "Miss 2nd round anymore"...Good work, Angie over top 20 players! Keep it up!

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 8th, 2003, 10:13 AM
Give ur best game, Angie against Serna!!! Keep fighting!

Mar 9th, 2003, 04:40 AM
Angie lost to Serna 5-7 2-6 :mad: :mad:

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 9th, 2003, 11:52 AM
Another classic way of losing by Angie!!! Big win then lost after French Open, Wimbley, USO, Canberra & now IE!!! :sad: :mad: Better next time, Angie! :D :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 10th, 2003, 08:52 AM
From the newspapaer today, I found out that after Angie's bad loss in 3 rd round then she packed up and she went to San Francisco for her practice while she is waiting until Nasdaq Miami begins...Come on, Angie...keep practicing hard!!! :cool: :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 11th, 2003, 08:25 AM
After Miami, Angie is scheduled to play Sarasota, Charleston and Key Biscaine...Wow, I wonder if she is gonna play all of them! Then, she flies straight to Tokyo for Fed Cup, I think...Go, Angie!!!

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 11th, 2003, 08:26 AM
oops, not Key Biscaine or Biscane...pardon my spelling...it is actually, Amelia Island!!!

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 13th, 2003, 05:07 AM
There is new development in Angie's website, Angie has withdrawn from all clay courts' tourneys in USA - Sarasota, Charleston & Amelia Island...I guess, she returns to Jakarta and gets ready with the rest of the Fed Cup team! Go, Angie!!! :cool: :wavey:

Mar 13th, 2003, 09:49 AM
what :eek: (o.O)? Why?

Mar 13th, 2003, 12:17 PM
:mad: :mad:

But maybe some rest will do some goods for Angie's physic and ready for Fed Cup and Roland Garros :D

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 14th, 2003, 08:22 AM
Henry, I certainly agree with you...She needs rest and get ready for Fed Cup...I think, by playing green clay courts in USA is not helping for her prep as an achor in Fed Cup team...Fed Cup will be held at Ariake Colliseum - hard court - so, she can practice on HC back in Jakarta with the other team members and also to have sense of togetherness...Wynne is indeed more experienced player than Angie, but now Angie is number one player in Indonesia so she may want to prep better then...Just my guess! After Fed Cup, then she will go to Europe...prior to RG, she has points to defend in Bol/Croatia & Strasbourg/France...Go, anchor!!! :cool: :wavey:

Mar 14th, 2003, 08:26 AM
I think she had to defend points in Dubai Challengers..

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 14th, 2003, 08:33 AM
UR absolutely correct, Felix...but Angie has decided not to defend her title...so, she is gonna lose 77 points next month!!! :mad:

Mar 14th, 2003, 08:47 AM
why? I thought she will be having break :o

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 14th, 2003, 09:03 AM
why? I thought she will be having break :o

I do not get it...what do you mean?

Rising Sun
Mar 14th, 2003, 06:32 PM
Angie's made the right choice by deciding to withdraw from all green clay tourneys! :D

Apart from $$$ & points, there's nothing to gain from playing them just before Fed Cup. I'm sure she'll go to Europe early after Fed Cup in order to play the Red Clay events. ;)

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 15th, 2003, 05:34 AM
Angie still practices in San Francisco and she leaves for Miami tomorrow. Angie is confirmed to play again with Maria Vento Kabchi. It is kind of surprising since Barbara Rittner is playing Miami, too. I guess, they have made such a deal!

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 15th, 2003, 10:58 AM
Organized by "Suara Pembaruan" daily, Angie has been voted as Best Female Athlete of 2002...Congrats, Angie! The award was given to her mother since Angie is now in SF...Angie won the votes and left behind Uyun Muzizah (winner of 2 silver medals for cycling in Asian Games 2002) and Wynne Prakusya! Bravo, Angie! :bounce: :wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 17th, 2003, 09:16 AM
Congratulations on your new ranking this week! 56th, Angie...ur highest ever! You are behind than the youngsters like Vera, Sveta and others...That's okay...each of you has your own way of progressing...Keep going, Angie! :cool: ;) :wavey: :bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 18th, 2003, 09:00 AM
Watch out against "red hot" Pennetta! She has been performing better than you so far this year...So, go out there and play ur own game...what matters on the court that moment! Just give it a shot! :cool: :wavey:

Mar 18th, 2003, 09:11 AM
Good luck in Miami, G :D

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 20th, 2003, 04:44 AM
It is dissapointing but expected since Flavia is progressing so much recently and G is still erratic with her lack of mental toughness and her physical rigor! So, lot of homeworks to do back in Jakarta, Angie!!! :sad: :mad: :eek: :(

Mar 20th, 2003, 04:52 AM
Better luck next time, Angie.

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 20th, 2003, 05:04 AM
I heard that Miami has slower surface which is not suitable for players like Angie...Maybe? Oh, well...get back in ur spirit and play tougher in dubs with Maria... :cool: