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Rising Sun
Feb 9th, 2004, 06:15 PM
I have been wondering when the 6 $10K tourneys are going to take place this year? :confused:

Pelti's site still hasn't updated with 2004 calendar. :rolleyes:

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 9th, 2004, 11:12 PM
I have been wondering when the 6 $10K tourneys are going to take place this year? :confused:

Pelti's site still hasn't updated with 2004 calendar. :rolleyes:

I saw the schedule at the office of Tabloid Tennis but I did not bother to remember one by one - as I recall, the 1st two are going to be in late April or May - Bandung (West Java) then Tarakan (East Kalimantan/Borneo), 2 more in September - venue still TBA and surprisingly 2 more in December...December is quite bad, I guess - venue also TBA...I assume, all these are still subject to change! I know. PELTI tries to spread the venues not only in Jakarta...Um sure, Surabaya will be one of them!

BTW, I don't think that 50K will be in S'baya this year...It is too late already - If it is going to be held there, maybe in 2005! If I have any news about this, I will let you know...I actually wonder whether this 50K is gonna be in S'baya or not since Angie and Wynne have not been doing well till now - maybe WTA will take such thing into consideration...

Rising Sun
Feb 10th, 2004, 06:40 AM
Thanks Adji. :wavey:

So the tourney in Surabaya won't be a WTA one, but a $50K instead? :confused:
If it's just a $50K event, it won't be too difficult to be added into the ITF Calendar.

I hope it gets confirmed. :)

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 10th, 2004, 01:34 PM
Thanks Adji. :wavey:

So the tourney in Surabaya won't be a WTA one, but a $50K instead? :confused:
If it's just a $50K event, it won't be too difficult to be added into the ITF Calendar.

I hope it gets confirmed. :)

UR correct indeed, Luke...ur Luke, right??? I mixed up with this talk about 50K in which the tennis officials are debating to hold it in S'baya or Jakarta...Yup, it is actually tier 4/TPM US $ 140,000 which is most likely to be sponsored by Wismilak...U know, Wismilak's headquarter is located in S'baya so they want to bring back Surabaya on the world tennis map...So, for 2004 seems far away from reality for this tier 4 but hopefully, it will be in 2005...maybe replacing Tashkent...I don't know just my speculation...Last time I heard, the ball is actually in Wismilak's hands...and they must have a good pool of capable human resources to handle this tier 4 tourney...I know, Wismilak is very committed to tennis even now they are sponsoring other sports such as cycling for example and their cyclist is now doing quite well in Tour de Langkawi in Malaysia...The owners are former tennis players and I will email them to obtain further info then I will update you!!!

Rising Sun
Feb 10th, 2004, 03:47 PM
Hi Adji :wavey:

Yes, I'm Luke. ;)

Wow, so there's talk of both a WTA Tier IV event & a $50K Challenger. :eek:
Reminds me of the good ol' years in 1996 & 1997 when there were 2 WTA events as well as a $50K tourney in Indonesia. :sad:

What do you think are the pros and cons of having the event in Jakarta or Surabaya? How are the facilities, etc for both cities? :confused:

BTW, when it becomes avaible, would you be able to let us know the exact dates for the $10K events? I'm really interested as to which other tourneys they're going to clash with...

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 12th, 2004, 05:18 AM
Hi Adji :wavey:

Yes, I'm Luke. ;)

Wow, so there's talk of both a WTA Tier IV event & a $50K Challenger. :eek:
Reminds me of the good ol' years in 1996 & 1997 when there were 2 WTA events as well as a $50K tourney in Indonesia. :sad:

What do you think are the pros and cons of having the event in Jakarta or Surabaya? How are the facilities, etc for both cities? :confused:

BTW, when it becomes avaible, would you be able to let us know the exact dates for the $10K events? I'm really interested as to which other tourneys they're going to clash with...

Speaking of 50K, it all depends on our PELTI for sure...As far as I know, PELTI want to have any city other than Jakarta to be the host as way to build up international exposure for tennis society out there...Jakarta will be the last choice in this case...Surabaya can attract local fans better than Jakarta on daily basis...If it is in Jakarta, fans are flocking only on SF or Final...In terms of facilities, both cities are almost in par I think...

Okay, as soon as I get the exact dates for 10Ks, I will let you know, mate!

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 12th, 2004, 05:22 AM
Happy belated b-day to Febi Widhiyanto! February 9th, 2004 - all the best in ur tennis career!

Happy b-day to Diana Julianto today! February 12th, 2004 - well, 20 yo is not young anymore maybe...go forward, DJ!

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 12th, 2004, 07:35 AM
Especially for Luke and other fans who are curious about 10Ks in Indonesia, here is the schedule:

1) April 26 - May 2, 2004 in Bandung, West Java - hometown of Angie, Diana Julianto
2) May 3 - 9, 2004 in Tarakan, East Kalimantan/Borneo - I know, they have at least 8 indoor courts there, hopefully they built more! Or else they will use their outside hardcourts!
3) September 20 - 26, 2004 in Jakarta
4) September 27 - October 3, 2004 in Jakarta
5) December 6 - 12, 2004 - city TBA
6) December 13 - 19, 2004 - city TBA

3) is right after Wismilak International/tier 3 in Bali!

I assume Surabaya will host one at least and I believe Nusa Dua in Bali is very ready to host as well! IMO, possible other cities are Makassar, South Sulawesi or Medan, North Sumatra!

Harju.
Feb 12th, 2004, 12:07 PM
I'm hoping Medan will host one too ;)

And cool 6 10Ks.. and I'm pretty sure the one at Kalimantan will have few foreign players :o

Rising Sun
Feb 12th, 2004, 05:58 PM
Thanks Adji! :wavey:

I really appreciate it. :)
It's good to see they're considering other cities to host international tennis events.

I also think it's a very good idea to hold the 2 $10K events after Bali. :)

Hopefully the $50K can be added eventually too. :cool:

Harju.
Feb 14th, 2004, 02:48 AM
Trio Sms + Wynne have confirmed to join 25K Bendigo..
And Sandy said that her target is top 200 :eek: Glad that she has the confidence but I think she's over confidence.. :o All the best

Next, Diana and Liza (:woohoo: Welcome back sweetie) will join SMS at the next two 10K grass tournaments.. All the best

Shine On Silver Moon
Feb 14th, 2004, 03:37 AM
Felix, did you send another email again in Bahasa Indonesia to Tabloid Tennis? Did they ever reply you? I have kept reminding them actually...

BTW, where did you know or maybe read about Sandy's target to be top 200? I read it in the recent issue of Tabloid Tennis in which she mentioned it...I am just wondering...It is tough for Sandy unless she is very very consistent...

I doubt about Liza...I heard the rumor that she is not gonna play Aussie...we will just wait and see...

Rising Sun
Feb 28th, 2004, 05:39 PM
Does anybody know what happened to Sandy at Bendigo?

She won 2 qualifying matches before giving a W/O in Q3. She's also withdrawn from the rest of the Aussie circuit with a MC. :(

I hope it's nothing serious. :sad:

Harju.
Feb 29th, 2004, 01:00 AM
:sad: :eek: I just knew that :(

I'll try to find out from the indonesian website.. thanks though..

I knew Ayu F have a long tourney for March and April for junior.. but seems like she has withdrawn from single for the national competition.. She was in semifinal but lost to Febri Joana 5-7 0-3.. hope nothing's wrong.. And Wukir is in the final facing Febri Jo... Congrats Wukir :hearts:

Harju.
Feb 29th, 2004, 01:04 AM
Ayu had ashtma(sp?) on yesterday's match and her body's temperature is high..

Hopefully nothing's wrong with her :sad:

And I'm yet to know what's wrong with Sandy :(

Harju.
Feb 29th, 2004, 01:07 AM
Someone said that Sandy was admitted to hospital :eek: :sad:..

But nothing's was said about her sickness

Rising Sun
Feb 29th, 2004, 06:10 PM
I wonder what happened to Sandy. :confused:

A real pity as she was playing quite well up until now. :sad:

Harju.
Feb 29th, 2004, 06:27 PM
I wonder what happened to Sandy. :confused:

A real pity as she was playing quite well up until now. :sad:
Agreed..

Poor Sandy.. She's been playing better and her confidence should make her go far.. :sad:

From what I heard from people, among, Sandy, Septi and Maya.. Sandy has the better potential than the rest. Septi hit balls hard and yet a lout of UEs and had bad attitude especially after losing :tape:.. Maya has more varieties in shots but not so hard in hitting... A fragile girl.. while Sandy is more of the smart player.. and hit variety shots..

Seems like Sandy had dengue flu.. Jakarta has been hit by this flu :o And Ayu F got it too :( Get better soon girls :sad:

While on the brighter note, Febri Jo beats Wukir to take the national crown :eek: 6-4 3-0 rtd.. I'm not sure what happened to Wukir though.. hope nothing's wrong, but from people that saw the match said that Jo had made a huge improvement..

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 1st, 2004, 09:44 AM
I read in the sport tabloid that Sandy was admitted to hospital but so far not known yet what she has...most likely dengue fever...also maybe the same with Ayu...

I was told that Jojo played superb despite of Wukir's hip problem...great achievement by Jojo...

BTW, Jojo and Denise Harijanto are officially sponsored by Cigna for their tours...Yay, congrats gals...Denise has to work hard since she is really behind in terms of mental toughness...

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 1st, 2004, 09:53 AM
Ayu as we all know is being sponsored by Wismilak and she is expected by Wismilak to reach top 50 juniors this year...It is good to know that she is on the right track...she will be playing grade 1 and 2...Before last week, she played in National League sponsored by "Gudang Garam" cigarette and she represented Bali, her native land...then as seeded 2 last week at Cigna Open she had to retire due to breathing difficulty and high fever and lost badly 57 03 to Jojo the eventual champion...My worry happened last week...and I don't know how she is doing now...This week, Ayu is planned to play National Junior Tourney called Hemaviton Challenge - which I think she should skip...then next week she will play Grade 2 in Jakarta, then Grade 1 KL, Grade 1 Amata Cup, Grade 2 Manila and Grade 1 Japan Open without any break!!!:(

This schedule is crazy indeed! Just for the sake of climbing up her ranking???:confused: Her coach is insane I think...Ayu is not a robot or machine...I hope since Ayu had to retire last week, her coach would reconsider this schedule...If she is not healthy, forget Grade 2 Jakarta and be ready for KL, Bangkok then skip Manila and go to land of the rising sun!!! Get well soon, Ayu!:wavey:

Harju.
Mar 1st, 2004, 01:36 PM
Adjie!! You are back :hug: Where have you been..

Yeah, poor Ayu.. I still think she has the potential.. and hope she get well soon..

Rising Sun
Mar 1st, 2004, 06:23 PM
Regarding Ayu's schedule, many Asian junior players will be doing the same thing. Yes, 5 tourneys in a row is quite a handful, but there's a wonderful chance to grab a plentiful amount of juicy points to get into even bigger events like the Grand Slams.

I'm sure most players in the region don't want to pass this kind of opportunity up, since their European counterparts already have so many high grade junior events to help with their ranking.

Last I heard, Manila was a Grade 1 as well. :confused:

IMO, Ayu should skip the National tourney next week, and just play the 5 international ones after that. After that, a break until the $10Ks in Indonesia.

Above all though, she needs to be 100% healthy. All the best Ayu. :)

Speaking of the Grade 2 in Jakarta, do you know which players will be competing? Do you plan to watch the action? :confused:

Rising Sun
Mar 1st, 2004, 06:29 PM
BTW Adji, I'm sure you've mentioned it before, but could you tell me who the sponsors are for some of the Indonesian players? :confused:

Ayu - Wismilak
Denise & Jojo - Cigna
SMS - ?
Diana, Liza, etc?

I remember Liza didn't have a sponsor a while back, but it's good to see her travelling from time to time. :)

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 3rd, 2004, 11:51 AM
Felix...um busy as always so not much time to view here...classic story, eh?:)

Luke...my worry about Ayu happened last week when she retired against Jojo...Yup, she is confirmed to have dengue fever so now she is bed rest...so, she is not playing in this week Junior National Tourney called Hemaviton Challenge initiated by Yayuk Basuki - it is a circuit and the next one will be held in Bandung then the final masters in Jakarta I assume...Last year, Lavinia Tananta took the title! So, this week no Ayu and Jojo in Hemaviton and the 2 top seeds are Dian Mayasari - princess from Tulungagung, East Java who has been coached by former national doubles player, Bonit Wiryawan and 2nd seed is our Elena Bovina - Denise "Anis" Harijanto! I really wanna see Anis in better shape this week...Dian has just recovered from an injury...

Sponsorship? Trio SMS are mostly and officially financed by PELTI - our equivalent of USTA but it is vague actually...coz I believe the fund is from personal pocket of Martina Widjaja who is the chairwoman...Maya is also still under Wismilak flag together with Ayu...

Liza is now sponsored by a business man who does not want to be mentioned as well as financed by Diana's very rich father! Diana is surely self-funded!

In the news, Angie will give confirmation to play or not to play Fed Cup in India by mid of March - if she says bye to Fed Cup then Indonesia will field Wynne and SMS just like SEA Games!

I have no entry list yet for Grade 2 - I am gonna post it in junior thread I guess...

News about Wismilak 2004 - Dementieva and Rubin are planned to return...the committee are still negotiating to have Sharapova as well...Wild Card is not applied anymore with correspondence and it is going to be appointed solely by Wismilak based upon the player's future potential...Even Angie has to play qualifying if her ranking is not enough for MD...There will be pre-qualifying for WC in Pattaya and Surabaya prior to the tourney! Interesting development...

Reporting live from Jakarta!:wavey:

Harju.
Mar 4th, 2004, 04:39 PM
Thanks Adjie for the news :worship:

I think Ayu has withdrawn from Salonpas Grade 2 Jakarta ITF :sad: :mad: Hope she's getting better..

and Septi and Maya has withdrawn from the other OZ 10K :(

Harju.
Mar 4th, 2004, 04:43 PM
This is the entry list that I got :

GIRLS
Main Draw
1 CHAN Yung-Jan 17-08-89 Chinese Taipei 10 :eek:
2 HSU Wen-Hsin 13-06-88 Chinese Taipei 37
3 TONGDACH Pichitra 14-04-87 Thailand 59 :worship:
4 MALEK Tatjana 08-08-87 Germany 84
5 THIJSSEN Nicole 05-06-88 Netherland 87
6 SCHUTTE Ghizela 07-01-87 South Africa 121
7 RATH Stefabie 14-01-89 Austria 131
8 NZE Ellah 22-11-88 USA 146
9 WELFORD Julianne 16-07-87 Australia 185
10 BONIFATE Bianca 25-10-88 Romania 197
11 JOANA Febri 03-02-88 Indonesia 217 :woohoo:
12 HARIJANTO Denise 16-01-88 Indonesia 231 :woohoo:
13 WANNASUK Nungnadda 11-11-98 Thailand 243
14 CHIN Seul-Ki 14-11-87 Korea 253
15 MAYASARI Dian 08-05-88 Indonesia 283 :woohoo:
16 MULSAP Porntip 03-04-88 Thailand 284
17 MAROBELA Tapiwa 30-04-87 Botswana 318
18 NANDAKUMAR Asha 09-10-87 India 324
19 TANANTA Lavinia 03-11-87 Indonesia 362 :woohoo:
20 METRIYA Nancy 26-01-88 Indonesia 380 :woohoo:
21 WEI PING Lee 22-11-89 Singapore 406 :woohoo:
22 HOLTZHAUSEN Kelly 13-01-88 South Africa 479
So many from european countries :eek: I'm surprised.

Qualifying
CHAICHANACHAICHAN Ratchaya 24-10-89 Thailand 492
RUBINA Golda 11-07-88 Indonesia 668
SOESILO Patricia 13-04-88 Indonesia 742
SHIVASHANKAR Varsha 09-02-87 India 893
SHEN Shuao-Ya 10-05-87 ChineseTaipei 925
INDAH Natalia 17-12-88 Indonesia 941
ROMPIES Jessy 14-04-90 Indonesia 1006
SACCA Mia 28-05-89 Indonesia 1073
VIETHA Ngo 05-07-90 Vietnam 1073
SUKMAWATI Mega 10-08-87 Indonesia 1205
SEPTRITA Nina 18-09-88 Indonesia 1205
SELES Monica 11-10-88 Indonesia 1279
ARIS BUDIHARTO Lutfiana 30-08-90 Indonesia 1426
LIPOVSKA Andrea 15-12-87 Australia 1481
SILVANI-TONY Fifien 22-08-89 Indonesia 1562
HIDAYAT Rininta 17-10-90 Indonesia 1562
METRIYA Nindya 11-01-90 Indonesia 1562
CLAYTON Missy 27-03-90 USA 1562 :eek:
STEFFIANI Minique 17-04-89 Indonesia 1562
GUNAWAN Marsela 25-11-87 Indonesia
ANIELA Dinda 19-09-90 Indonesia
AZWAR Dina Indonesia
BASUKI Hanna Kartoka 08-04-90 Indonesia
DWI SARI Stephani 03-09-88 Indonesia
FAUNIA Anlika Indonesia
GUMELANG Ginar 13-06-91 Indonesia
GUMULYA Beatrice 01-01-91 Indonesia :eek: Sandy's sister?
JOGASURIA Angelina 26-06-91 Indonesia

Withdrawals
ABEYSINGHE Thyumi 05-04-88 Sri Lanka 925 WD 19/02/04
EKAMAYAKE Thavindra 27-02-89 Sri Lanka 1073 WD 19/02/04
DE ZOYSA Navodi 11-04-89 Sri Lanka WD 19/02/04
JAYATILLEKE Hasini 30-04-90 Sri Lanka WD 19/02/04
POTGIETER Elze 15-03-88 South Africa 226 WD 16/02/04
HWANG I-Hsuan 21-09-88 Taipei 57 WD 21/02/04 :sad:
SEMA Yurika 25-12-86 Japan 166 WD 24/02/04
BHAT Kartiki 05-02-87 India 93 WD 25/02/04
FU Ting 01-09-86 ChineseTaipei WD 27/02/04 Medical
HSIEH Su-Wei 04-01-86 ChineseTaipei - WD 28/02/04 :eek:
DAMAYANTI Ayu Fani 29-11-88 Indonesia 113 WD 28/02/04 Medical :sad: :sad:
KAO Shao-Yuan 11-06-88 ChineseTaipei 510 WD 02/03/04 Medical
HUANG Hsiao-Shan 27-02-86 ChineseTaipei WD 02/03/04
LIU Wan-Ting 16-02-89 China 81 WD 03/03/04
ZHANG Suai 21-01-89 China 89 WD 03/03/04
LOCK Thaddea 23-03-87 Great Britain 497 WD 03/03/04

Rising Sun
Mar 5th, 2004, 04:11 PM
Sad to see Ayu withdrawn. :sad:
She could have really boosted her ranking here...

Rising Sun
Mar 5th, 2004, 04:14 PM
Hi Adji,

Thanks for answering my questions as always. :wavey:

I'd rather Angie skip Fed Cup and play the $75K Dothan Challenger that week instead. ;)

Harju.
Mar 5th, 2004, 06:01 PM
Thanks Adjie for the news :worship:

I think Ayu has withdrawn from Salonpas Grade 2 Jakarta ITF :sad: :mad: Hope she's getting better..

and Septi and Maya has withdrawn from the other OZ 10K :(
I read the news.

Septi and Maya would most probably play ITF Salonpas :eek: which is surprising..
Sandy didn't get dengue fever, she's getting better now and MAY play the Salonpas evet too.

Ayu is still sick and rests on Golda's place right now. She's very upset for not joining the national tournament and Salonpas. Get well soon :kiss:

Denise is in the final of the Hemaviton Challenge to play Nancy. There'll be the second series of the tournament, where the 16 best players of the two tournaments will play in the MASTER Challenge. The winner get the sponsor to play in Australia in 2005. Last year's winner were Sunu and Lavinia. Go Denise.

pcrtennis
Mar 6th, 2004, 05:58 PM
I read the news.

Septi and Maya would most probably play ITF Salonpas :eek: which is surprising..
Sandy didn't get dengue fever, she's getting better now and MAY play the Salonpas evet too.

Ayu is still sick and rests on Golda's place right now. She's very upset for not joining the national tournament and Salonpas. Get well soon :kiss:

Denise is in the final of the Hemaviton Challenge to play Nancy. There'll be the second series of the tournament, where the 16 best players of the two tournaments will play in the MASTER Challenge. The winner get the sponsor to play in Australia in 2005. Last year's winner were Sunu and Lavinia. Go Denise.

So who ever wins the masters challenge gets a AO wildcard? Both womens and mens or how does it work?

Steveg
Mar 6th, 2004, 08:21 PM
So who ever wins the masters challenge gets a AO wildcard? Both womens and mens or how does it work?I would be surprised (positively) that the Oz Open would give two Asian WC (one for this event, the other one for the winner of the Asian Champioships). Could it be rather a WC to play some $25K or lower WTA tournaments in Australia, before the Oz Open :confused: .

Rising Sun
Mar 7th, 2004, 03:53 AM
What happens is that the winner will get the funding ($$$) to travel & play the 3 Junior tourneys in Australia in January. Nothing to do with a WC of any sort.

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 7th, 2004, 12:06 PM
18 yo Girls' Singles Final:

Denise Harijanto d Nancy Metriya 62 62

18 yo Girls' Doubles Final:

Dian Mayasari/Golda Rubina d Denise/Nancy 64 46 60

18 yo Boys' Singles Final:

Elbert Sie d Chris Mayanto 62 63

18 yo Boys' Doubles Final:

Chris Mayanto/Agung Bagus Dewantoro d Elbert Sie/Danurwendo 63 64

14 yo Girls' Singles Final:

Lutfiana AB d Laili Rahmawati Ulfa 61 63

Laili is only 11 yo and she is from lesser known country side, Wonogiri in Central Java!!!

Yup, the 2nd leg will be held in June in Bandung, West Java - yesterday I met Yayuk Basuki as the chairwoman of this tourney!

The winner in final master will receive USD 10,000 to play abroad!

Thanks Felix for posting the entry list of Grade 2 - I had problem to post it in Junior thread!

Yup, Beatrice is Sandy's younger sister!

I talked to Sandy's father - Sandy is out of Grade 2 as well as Ayu for sure...

Did you call PELTI to get the entry list??? Or Martina??? hahaha...

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 7th, 2004, 12:15 PM
Great seeing Denise is finally grabbing title! She is slowly catching-up Ayu & Jojo!

I called them trio AJA - Ayu Jojo Anis! After SMS...so SMS AJA!

I watched her final beside her coach, Agustina Wibisono...Anis was nervous actually as she said to me...but I experienced that she has improved her game...she just did not hit the ball hard all the time like before but she mixed her game with good placements - combination of dropshots, cross courts and mostly FH down the line...It worked out well on clay since Nancy is very good in BH slice! Anis will play also Amata Cup in Thailand, Manila and then finally Japan Open in Nagoya!

Elbert is another talent and after Jakarta Grade 2 and KL Grade 1, he will be in camp again in Europe until June!

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 7th, 2004, 12:19 PM
Boys’ Main Draw:



01. Weerapat Doakmaiklee (THA/64)

02. Luka Ocvirk (SLO/98)

03. Kevin Doh (NZL/136)

04. Naoki Sato (JPN/139)

05. Xiao Peng Lai (HKG/156)

06. Sunu Wahyu Trijati (INA/?)

07. Bogdan Leonte (ROM/173)

08. Takanobu Fujii (JPN/176)

09. Elbert Sie (INA/209)

10. Sandy Purnomo (INA/213)

11. Richard Ruckelshausen (AUT/217)

12. Maxim Filippo (KAZ/238)

13. Ahmad Rabeea (KUW/238)

14. Ayrton Wibowo (INA/367)

15. Kristofer Wachter (AUT/372)

16. Derek Drabble (RSA/399)

17. Jonathan Amdanu (INA/399)

18. Anthony Tan (INA/424)

19. Chris Mayanto (INA/454)

20. Kaushik Raju (IND/464)

21. Karthik Raju (IND/484)

22. Holden Seguso (USA/580)

23. Special Exempt

24. Special Exempt

25. Wild Card

26. Wild Card

27. Wild Card

28. Wild Card

29. Qualifier

30. Qualifier

31. Qualifier

32. Qualifier



Qualifying:



01. Alexander Clayton (USA/580)

02. Armendio Anggara (INA/616)

03. Lopburi Nathasiri (THA/616)

04. Christian Coetzee (RSA/651)

05. Ismail Jaya (INA/783)

06. Agung Bagus Dewantoro (INA/811)

07. Robert Foy (NZL/811)

08. Seno Hartono Suwandi (INA/879)

09. Ned Boone (GBR/942)

10. Ganang Suryaatmaja (INA/1152)

11. Felix Fernandus (INA/1152)

12. Manu Bajpai (IND/1372)

13. Christopher Rungkat (INA/1372)

14. Mark Wilton (AUS)

15. Bani Kohar Harahap (INA)

16. Alvin Putra Kurniawan (INA)

17. Faisal Aidil (INA)

18. Benedictus Budi Alim (INA)

19. Singgih Aryo Soesilo (INA)

20. Ganda Abdillah (INA)

21. Anwar Andika (INA)

22. Dwi Asmara (INA)

23. Fajar Fitrianto (INA)

24. Calvin Hammer (INA)

25. Flegon Koen (INA)

26. Stanley Madelu (INA)

27. Nyoman Magha Putra (INA)

28. Silvano Oktora (INA)

29. Wild Card

30. Wild Card

31. Wild Card

32. Wild Card



Alternates:



01. Ivan Regan (INA)

02. Stefanus Restu (INA)

03. Dion Riyadi (INA)

04. Rizal Sukma (INA)

05. Lenz Theodor (INA)

06. Putut Tri Ario Bimo (INA)

07. Axel Widjaja (INA)

08. Brama Wikanta (INA)

09. Ryan Rahimi (INA)

10. Ryan Adisaputra (INA)

11. Risyal Dicky (INA)

12. Aswin Pratama (INA)

13. Morgan Al Kautsar (INA)

14. Satrio Sumitro (INA)

15. Yudha Prawira (INA)

16. Yulianda Rizkita (INA)

17. Abram Mamahit (INA)

18. Irwan Wijaya (INA)

19. Ivan Mendoza (NZL)

20. Brad Williams (RSA)

21. Martin Redelinghuys (RSA)

22. Charl Wolmerans (RSA)

23. Yu Hsuan Cheng (TPE)



Withdrawals:



01. Kenichiro Nakahara (JPN/219/01/26/04)

02. Amrith Rupasinghe (SRI/405/02/19/04)

03. Udith Wickremasinghe (SRI/1152/02/19/04)

04. Sashivarman Sabamathan (SRI/1372/02/19/04)

05. Matt Fox (AUS/02/21/04)

06. Christoph Hodl (AUT/367/02/23/04)

07. Andreas Haider Maurer (AUT/273/02/23/04)

08. Michael Leong (SOLOMON ISLAND/89/02/27/04)

09. Myles Anthony Blake (GBR/136/02/27/04)

10. Chris Eaton (GBR/193/02/27/04)

11. Fu Min Huang (TPE/02/27/04)

12. Bogdan Djurdjevic (GER/282/02/28/04)

13. Chu Huan Yi (TPE/30/03/02/04)

14. Wei Ting Lin (TPE/567/03/02/04)

15. Ting Lung Chang Chien (TPE/694/03/02/04)

16. Yen Sheng Yu (TPE/919/03/02/04)

17. Keith Meisner (GBR/99/03/03/04)

18. Richard Wire (GBR/161/03/03/04)

19. Andrew Kennaugh (GBR/169/03/03/04)

jirobkk
Mar 7th, 2004, 01:08 PM
Hello Adji, :worship:

Is the above list latest updated ?
Did TRIJATI Sunu Wahyu withdraw ?

pcrtennis
Mar 7th, 2004, 05:54 PM
So how good is this Ayu-Fani Damayanti supposed to be? And also, how good is Maya Rosa supposed to be?

Harju.
Mar 7th, 2004, 05:59 PM
What happens is that the winner will get the funding ($$$) to travel & play the 3 Junior tourneys in Australia in January. Nothing to do with a WC of any sort.
Yeah, I'm sorry for the misunderstanding :o

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 8th, 2004, 07:34 AM
So how good is this Ayu-Fani Damayanti supposed to be? And also, how good is Maya Rosa supposed to be?
Ayu is 15 yo and she is the most talented junior player we have after the departure of Sandy Gumulya, Maya Rosa and Septi Mende...

IMO, she is a bit overweight now...she is not a hard hitter but she can mix her game quite well...she needs to improve her serve, her physical fitness, dietary habit and her attitude off court...she is good in analyzing her opponent's game...

Ayu is lucky to have Wismilak as her sponsor and now she is being trained in Jakarta by Wismilak's consultant, Deddy Prasetyo - a senior coach who has produced some top men players in national level...

Maya is also sponsored by Wismilak but she is very erratic...when she is in her mood, she can be great but when she is emotional, she plays very bad! Sorry to say, IMO Maya will not go too far...maybe as doubles specialist, she is okay...

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 8th, 2004, 07:37 AM
Hello Adji, :worship:

Is the above list latest updated ?
Did TRIJATI Sunu Wahyu withdraw ?
Jiro, it has been updated more I guess by today but I have no info for you...sorry...in Junior Thread, you can find out that Yung Jan Chan has withdrew...she will lose big champion's points! About Sunu, I really do not know...he needs to handle his over weight, I guess...

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 8th, 2004, 07:41 AM
Source from Tabloid Tennis

At the press conference, WI's tournament director - Kevin Livesey - has said that defending champ Elena Dementieva and RU Chanda Rubin are planning to return to Nusa Dua this year...

The committee is trying to have Maria Sharapova to add the flavor in the island of many temples!

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 8th, 2004, 07:47 AM
Lasted on February 6, Indonesia has young players to represent in team events...

Girls - 14 yo: Lutfiana AB, Jessy Rompies & Beatrice Gumulya (Sandy's sister)

Boys - 14 yo: Christopher Rungkat (son of former national player in early 1980s - Elfia Nizarwan), Lenz Theodor and Eko Septian

Girls - 16 yo: Ayu Fani Damayanti, Mia Sacca & Patricia Soesilo

Boys - 16 yo: Agung Bagus Dewantoro, Ayrton Wibowo (son of former national players - Tintus Arianto Wibowo & Suzanna Anggarkusuma) & Faishal Aidil

Good luck girls and boys!

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 8th, 2004, 07:54 AM
Since 2003, tennis in Indonesia is very hot and it is until now...Thanks to Angie, Wynne and trio SMS for their inspiration on the tours...Many cities even small towns are competing to have tourney - either senior level or junior level...

On February 26-29, 2004 in Solo/Surakarta of Central Java - hometown of Wynne Prakusya - eventually Wynne Prakusya Cup was being held and over 100 players came to play...WP Cup was only for junior players - 10 yo group and 12 yo group...Great Solo for making it happened!

jirobkk
Mar 15th, 2004, 08:52 AM
Especially for Luke and other fans who are curious about 10Ks in Indonesia, here is the schedule:

1) April 26 - May 2, 2004 in Bandung, West Java - hometown of Angie, Diana Julianto
2) May 3 - 9, 2004 in Tarakan, East Kalimantan/Borneo - I know, they have at least 8 indoor courts there, hopefully they built more! Or else they will use their outside hardcourts!
3) September 20 - 26, 2004 in Jakarta
4) September 27 - October 3, 2004 in Jakarta
5) December 6 - 12, 2004 - city TBA
6) December 13 - 19, 2004 - city TBA

3) is right after Wismilak International/tier 3 in Bali!

I assume Surabaya will host one at least and I believe Nusa Dua in Bali is very ready to host as well! IMO, possible other cities are Makassar, South Sulawesi or Medan, North Sumatra!Just got official confirmation from The Indonesian Tennis Association that they cancelled to organize these below 2 tournies due to late entry to ITF.

1) April 26 - May 2, 2004 in Bandung
2) May 3 - 9, 2004 in Tarakan

sad :sad: :sad: :sad:

Rising Sun
Mar 15th, 2004, 05:20 PM
Typical. :mad:

Pelti really needs to get their act together in this respect. I remember last year the ITF events were confirmed very late. :(

I hope the remaining four will be confirmed ASAP. :rolleyes:

Rising Sun
Mar 17th, 2004, 06:05 PM
I just checked the ITF Site, and the 2 $10Ks have just been added to the calendar. :eek:

Instead of the tournaments being held in Bandung & Tarakan, it seems that both will be held in Jakarta.

I wonder what's going on? :confused:

jirobkk
Mar 18th, 2004, 08:32 AM
I just checked the ITF Site, and the 2 $10Ks have just been added to the calendar. :eek:

Instead of the tournaments being held in Bandung & Tarakan, it seems that both will be held in Jakarta.

I wonder what's going on? :confused:Just be informed from PELTI that they got the approval from ITF on March 15 to organize Women’s 10K on April 25 – May 1, 2004 City Jakarta and May 2 – May 8, 2004 City Tarakan (East Kalimantan).

PELTI said "Sorry for the confusion" :sad:

Rising Sun
Mar 19th, 2004, 07:59 AM
So that means that the $10Ks will definitely take place? :confused:

That's good news. :)

Rising Sun
Mar 19th, 2004, 07:59 AM
BTW, does anybody know who will join Angie & Wynne in Fed Cup? Sandy & Septi? :confused:

Harju.
Mar 19th, 2004, 02:01 PM
I'm not sure about the 10k Tourneys. We need Adjie here :angel:

For Fed Cup, yeah I guess they are putting Sandy, Septi or Maya. Maya will likely to be in because she will most probably pair up with wynne and maya has a better record in doubles. And I think the next spot wil go to Sandy. Hope that she's fine by now.

Harju.
Mar 19th, 2004, 02:02 PM
And where's Ayu? She has missed two big events. :(

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 24th, 2004, 09:06 AM
:o Typical. :mad:

Pelti really needs to get their act together in this respect. I remember last year the ITF events were confirmed very late. :(

I hope the remaining four will be confirmed ASAP. :rolleyes:
Um back...yup, I agree...Pelti's officials are lazy bums!:( :p

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 24th, 2004, 09:08 AM
Just be informed from PELTI that they got the approval from ITF on March 15 to organize Women’s 10K on April 25 – May 1, 2004 City Jakarta and May 2 – May 8, 2004 City Tarakan (East Kalimantan).

PELTI said "Sorry for the confusion" :sad:
Jiro, where did you find out? Did you fax or call Pelti? I have been busy so I don't bother to call up Pelti...Thanks for the info!:bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 24th, 2004, 09:15 AM
For Fed Cup - as Angie has decided to play recently, I guess Wynne, Sandy & Septi will accompany her - so, same team members as 2003...IMO, since Angie is still working on her dangerous knee injury with a specialist and in the case of she is not ready for Fed Cup. I am going to suggest to her not to go...it is risky for her career...This knee injury began in Pattaya 2003...her ankle is still bothering her also...I don't expect much from low confident Indonesian team - Wynne is still fragile as well while Sandy is still under medication for typhoid and lever...scary indeed...:devil: As for Septi and Maya, they are lack of fighting spirit now...So, if Angie is out then Maya will be in! So sad for Indonesian squad...:sad:

Shine On Silver Moon
Mar 24th, 2004, 09:32 AM
Um sure some of you have heard the news...Yes, NOC of the Philippines has decided not to have tennis in Manila next year! It is an irony because I heard that ATF President is from the Philippines and I don't understand why tennis is out...Tennis is actually only supported by Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam...in order to be contested in SEA Games, there is a rule that at least 5 nations have to support each kind of sport...At ATF annual meeting recently in Doha, Pelti did lobby ATF but I don't know the result yet...In the first place, beside tennis - soccer, badminton, cycling, karate and several others were not included as well...It is very typical of hosting country in SEA Games to field any kind of sport as they wish as ways to grab as many as gold medals...This kind of practice should be eliminated and SEA Games should focus on certain number of sports...mostly those are in Asian Games and Olympics...By not having tennis, it is such a set back for tennis development in South East Asia...SEA Games is a great chance for younger athletes to gain experience...

In anticipating it, Pelti in this case has planned to hold a tennis tourney for SEA nations instead...I heard that Vietnam and Brunei have asked Pelti to train their players as well and Pelti has agreed to do so...Players from the 2 nations are going to begin their training in Jakarta as early as May 2004...

Never say good bye to tennis in SEA!:wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Apr 10th, 2004, 12:50 PM
In Jakarta - As of today - 2nd day of Davis Cup tie Group I 2nd round play off - Indonesia secured 3-0 lead over New Zealand!

1st day:

Febi Widhianto d Matthew Prentice 62 63 64
Prima Simpatiaji d Mark Nielsen 75 67(7) 61 61

2nd day:

Bonit Wiryawan/Suwandi d Mark Nielsen/Lee Radovanovich 61 61 76(3)

Congrats to Indonesian team - thanks God, Indonesia stays in Group I!!!

Sorry Mark...BTW, I chatted with Mark Nielsen and he is really cool!

Shine On Silver Moon
Apr 11th, 2004, 10:18 AM
Last day of Davis Cup 2nd rd play off in Jakarta:

Febi Widhiyanto d William Ward 6-4, 6-3 (Ward replaced Mark Nielsen)

Prima Simpatiaji d Matthew Prentice 6-4, 7-6 (2)

So, INA bageled NZL, 5-0!:bounce: Sorry, Kiwi mates!;)

Good luck to Mark and his team mates to play against Pakistan in the land of Bhutto next September!:wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Apr 16th, 2004, 11:24 AM
I have emailed Wismilak with several questions and here are the answers:

1. For Wismilak Tier IV, the tournament was scheduled to be held in Surabaya in the year of 2001, but due to Bali issue then it was cancelled by WTA and therefore, we returned the ball back to WTA and now we hold only Wismilak Bali tier 3 in which we have added the TPM from 170 thousand to 225 thousand

2. For Wismilak's down load score real time in its live score, we are in the process of improving it and we hope that fans from all over the world will not have problem as they had last year!

3. Maya Rosa is no longer sponsored by us

4. Ayu Fani Damayanti is being monitored by sport pyschologist as well as Patricia Budiono as her coach

Go, WISH ME LUCK!:bounce:

pcrtennis
May 3rd, 2004, 12:21 AM
Can someone tell me about Wukirasih Sawondari? Is she any good? Where is she from in Indonesia and is she Javanese or ethnic Chinese? Can someone answer these questions? Thanks!

NaF
May 5th, 2004, 05:06 AM
Wukir was one of the young talent back in 97 when she won the single gold medal in SEA Games defeating Tanasugarn in the age of 17. She's Javanese ethnic.

But that's all i know... havent seen her play for a very long time now.
Hope she can still play for more years to come...

Shine On Silver Moon
May 8th, 2004, 08:51 AM
Wukir goes to college now and she runs a beauty salon in busy Sudirman avenue...She plays for fun...She is still good in the net but forget about her physicall fitness...:cool:

Shine On Silver Moon
May 8th, 2004, 08:52 AM
Uzbekistan F3Namangan, UzbekistanMay 3-9, 2004
Surface: Hard Main Draw : 32 Qualifying Draw: 32 $15,000
Singles/Seeds: (cut: Daniel Kiernan - 725)1. Andrei Stoliarov 2. Aisam Qureshi WD 3. Raven Klaasen 4. Orest Tereshchuk 5. Vadim Kutsenko 6. Jean-Julien Rojer 7. Jonathan Marray 8. Alexey Kedriouk

First Round
(1)Andrei Stoliarov (RUS) d. (q)Alexey Gavrilov (RUS) 6-3 6-7(0) 6-3(WC)Konstantin Kremeshkov (RUS) d. Michail Elgin (RUS) 7-5 6-1
Peng Sun (CHN) d. Oleg Ogorodov (UZB) 7-5 6-0(7)
Jonathan Marray (GBR) d. (q)Dmitriy Makeev (KAZ) 5-7 6-2 6-2(4)
Orest Tereshchuk (UKR) d. (WC)Murad Inoyatov (UZB) 6-3 6-1
Yu Wang, Jr. (CHN) d. (q)Denis Salimsakov (UZB) 6-1 6-2
Prima Simpatiaji (INA) d. Dmitri Vlasov (RUS) 3-6 6-3 6-4(5)
(q)Vadim Kutsenko (UZB) d. (q)Andrei Merinov (RUS) 7-6(0) 7-5
(6)Jean-Julien Rojer (AHO) d. (WC)Sarvar Ikramov (UZB) 7-6(2) 6-1
(q)Pavel Lobanov (RUS) d. (WC)Arsen Asanov (UZB) 6-2 6-4
(q)Mikhail Ledovskikh (RUS) d. Febi Widhiyanto (INA) 1-6 7-6(2) 7-5
Sunil Kumar Sipaeya (IND) d. (3)Raven Klaasen (RSA) 6-3 6-2
(8)Alexey Kedriouk (KAZ) d. Daniel Kiernan (GBR) 7-5 6-4
Dimitri Mazur (UZB) d. (q)Timur Ganiev (UZB) 6-4 1-6 7-5
Kirill Ivanov-Smolensky (RUS) d. Pavel Ivanov (RUS) 6-4 6-1
Vadim Davletshin (RUS) d. (LL)Dmitry Ivanov (UZB) 7-5 6-4 [Ivanov replaces Qureshi]

Second Round
(WC)Konstantin Kremeshkov (RUS) d. (1)Andrei Stoliarov (RUS) 6-3 6-2(7)Jonathan Marray (GBR) d. Peng Sun (CHN) 6-3 2-6 6-4
Yu Wang, Jr. (CHN) d. (4)Orest Tereshchuk (UKR) 6-4 6-3
Prima Simpatiaji (INA) d. (5)(q)Vadim Kutsenko (UZB) 3-6 6-1 6-3
(6)Jean-Julien Rojer (AHO) d. (q)Pavel Lobanov (RUS) 3-6 6-4 7-5
Sunil Kumar Sipaeya (IND) d. (q)Mikhail Ledovskikh (RUS) 7-5 7-6(4)
(8)Alexey Kedriouk (KAZ) d. Dimitri Mazur (UZB) 6-1 6-0
Vadim Davletshin (RUS) d. Kirill Ivanov-Smolensky (RUS) 6-7(6) 6-4 6-4

Quarterfinals
(7)Jonathan Marray (GBR) d. (WC)Konstantin Kremeshkov (RUS) 6-3 6-3
Yu Wang, Jr. (CHN) d. Prima Simpatiaji (INA) 6-1 6-0
(6)Jean-Julien Rojer (AHO) d. Sunil Kumar Sipaeya (IND) 1-6 6-3 6-2
(8)Alexey Kedriouk (KAZ) d. Vadim Davletshin (RUS) 6-4 6-3

Semifinals
(7)Jonathan Marray (GBR) d. Yu Wang, Jr. (CHN) 6-4 6-2
(8)Alexey Kedriouk (KAZ) d. (6)Jean-Julien Rojer (AHO) 6-3 6-3

Doubles/Seeds: (cut: Gavrilov/Lifshits - 2208)1. Daniel Kiernan/Jonathan Marray 2. Michail Elgin/Dmitri Vlasov 3. Alexey Kedriouk/Orest Tereshchuk 4. Raven Klaasen/Jean-Julien Rojer

First Round
(1)Daniel Kiernan/Jonathan Marray (GBR) d. (WC)Gafur Ishmatov/David Kvernadze (UZB/GEO) 6-2 6-3
Vadim Kutsenko/Oleg Ogorodov (UZB) d. (q)Deniss Pavlovs/Yi-Ning Wang (LAT/CHN) 6-4 6-2(4)
Raven Klaasen/Jean-Julien Rojer (RSA/AHO) d. Vadim Davletshin/Pavel Lobanov (RUS) 7-6(4) 6-3
Peng Sun/Yu Wang, Jr. (CHN) d. (WC)Sarver Ikramov/Denis Istomin (UZB) 6-2 6-3
Ajay Ramaswami/Sunil Kumar Sipaeya (IND) d. Kirill Ivanov-Smolensky/Andrei Stoliarov (RUS) 6-3 7-5
(3)Alexey Kedriouk/Orest Tereshchuk (KAZ/UKR) d. (WC)Arsen Asanov/Marsel Khamdamov (UZB) 6-0 6-4
Murad Inoyatov/Dimitri Mazur (UZB) d. Prima Simpatiaji/Febi Widhiyanto (INA) 6-3 4-6 6-3
(2)Michail Elgin/Dmitri Vlasov (RUS) d. Alexey Gavrilov/Mikhail Lifshits (RUS) 6-0 6-1

Quarterfinals
(1)Daniel Kiernan/Jonathan Marray (GBR) d. Vadim Kutsenko/Oleg Ogorodov (UZB) 7-5 6-3
Peng Sun/Yu Wang, Jr. (CHN) d. (4)Raven Klaasen/Jean-Julien Rojer (RSA/AHO) 1-6 6-3 6-1
(3)Alexey Kedriouk/Orest Tereshchuk (KAZ/UKR) d. Ajay Ramaswami/Sunil Kumar Sipaeya (IND) 6-4 3-6 6-3
(2)Michail Elgin/Dmitri Vlasov (RUS) d. Murad Inoyatov/Dimitri Mazur (UZB) 6-2 3-6 6-1

Semifinals
(1)Daniel Kiernan/Jonathan Marray (GBR) d. Peng Sun/Yu Wang, Jr. (CHN) 6-2 6-4
(3)Alexey Kedriouk/Orest Tereshchuk (KAZ/UKR) d. (2)Michail Elgin/Dmitri Vlasov (RUS) 6-3 6-0

Stay cool, Prima!!!:cool:All the best, next week!

Febi, what happened???:mad:

Shine On Silver Moon
May 13th, 2004, 11:59 AM
Uzbekistan F4
Andijan, Uzbekistan
May 10-16, 2004
Surface: Hard
Main Draw : 32
Qualifying Draw: 32
$15,000

Singles
Seeds:
1. Igor Kunitsyn
2. Prakash Amritraj
3. Lee Childs
4. Aisam Qureshi
5. Raven Klaasen
6. Orest Tereshchuk
7. Vadim Kutsenko
8. Jean-Julien Rojer

First Round
(1)Igor Kunitsyn (RUS) d. Timur Ganiev (UZB) 2-6 6-2 6-4
Jonathan Marray (GBR) d. Vadim Davletshin (RUS) 6-3 6-3
Sarvar Ikramov (UZB) d. Dmitri Vlasov (RUS) 6-4 6-3
(6)Orest Tereshchuk (UKR) d. Pavel Lobanov (RUS) 6-1 6-4
(3)Lee Childs (GBR) d. Ajay Ramaswami (IND) 6-3 4-6 6-3
David Sherwood (GBR) d. Kamil Uldanov (RUS) 6-4 6-4
Alexey Kedriouk (KAZ) d. Febi Widhiyanto (INA) 6-4 6-4:mad:
(7)Vadim Kutsenko (UZB) d. Murad Inoyatov (UZB) 1-6 6-4 6-1
(5)Raven Klaasen (RSA) d. Daniar Usmanov (UZB) 6-1 6-0
Dimitri Mazur (UZB) d. Gafur Ismatov (UZB) 6-4 4-6 6-2
Yu Wang, Jr. (CHN) d. Alexey Gavrilaov (RUS) 6-4 1-0 ret.
(4)Aisam Qureshi (PAK) d. Pavel Ivanov (RUS) 6-1 7-6(5)
Denis Istomin (UZB) d. (8)Jean-Julien Rojer (AHO) 6-2 5-7 6-3
Kirill Ivanov-Smolensky (RUS) d. Alexander Koudriavtsev (RUS) 6-3 6-4
Peng Sun (CHN) d. Sunil Kumar Sipaeya (IND) 6-3 6-1
James Auckland (GBR) d. Prakash Amritraj (IND) 6-4 6-2 - Prakash is playing here???:confused: and lost!!!:rolleyes:

Prima is not playing? maybe he is ill...:confused: :(

Shine On Silver Moon
May 14th, 2004, 11:27 AM
Makassar, South Sulawesi is ready to host Men's Future with TPM of 10,000 dollars on August 9-15, 2004...I assume the venue will be at historical Karebosi square in the heart of the biggest city in eastern part of Indonesia...Makassar is a great city with nice beach, great sea food and warm people! From Jakarta, it takes only 2 hours by direct flight but Makassar's time is same as Kuala Lumpur...

Meanwhile, oil town - Balikpapan in East Kalimantan is ready to host women's circuit 10K maybe next year - Balikpapan is the largest city in East Kalimantan with an international airport...great sea food there, too...and it is accustomed to foreigners...

Go, go, go Indonesian tennis!!!:bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
May 14th, 2004, 12:13 PM
Wismilak International 2004 : Its getting better all the time!

http://www.wismilaktennis.com/news/images/20040514foto-1.jpg Jakarta, 13 May 2004
After the success of organizing the 10th Wismilak International in 2003, the tournament management today announces names of WTA top players that will be competing in Wismilak International 2004 (WI 2004). Accompanied by Wismilak International Bali’s Spokesperson, Mr. Ronald Walla and Mr. Stephanus HK, Operation Manager, Tournament Director, Kevin Livesey revealed that top players such as Chanda Rubin (USA/WTA 13), Svetlana Kuznetsova (RUS/WTA 12), Ai Sugiyama (JPN/WTA 11), Nadia Petrova (RUS/WTA 6), Jelena Dokic (SCG/WTA 24) and Conchita Martinez (ESP/WTA 18), are among the serious competitors in WI 2004 who have entered and are confirmed for this years tournament.

Livesey added that in addition to the above players negotiations are on going with Amelie Mauresmo (FRA/WTA 3) and Elena Dementieva (RUS/WTA 10) – 2003 Singles Champion. Both players have had injury problems this year and will not make any final decision before the French Open. Livesey also stated that there is an excellent chance of the popular Arantxa Sanchez returning to Bali to play doubles. And , of course, there is also Angie Widjaja who has not had the best of times recently but I sure will make every effort to be up for the event in Bali.

“I have recently returned from Miami where I met several players and their agents and all have shown a great deal of interest in the Wismilak International Bali. Many players, coaches and managers have heard that the tournament has grown over the past few years to one of the best organized tournaments on the calendar and it seems that everyone wants to come to Bali and with the players that we have already mentioned this could be the strongest field in the history of the tournament,” stated Livesey.

Livesey added, ”it is worth noting that only players named on the WTA Tour Gold and Silver exempt list can enter this early. Under a new rule that was introduced last year entry for the remainder of the players can only be made after the French Open in June”.

Wismilak International Bali 2004 will be held on the tennis courts of the Grand Hyatt Bali starting from September 12, 2004 to September 19, 2004. This year there will be 2 (two) pre-qualifying tournaments. The first will be held in Bangkok, Thailand, from 4-8 August 2004 and the second will be in Surabaya, Indonesia, from 11-15 August 2004. The top 3 (three) players from both the pre qualifying tournaments will win wild card entry into the two (2) WTA tournaments that are Wismilak International and Volvo Open. The 1st place winner will receive a singles main draw wild card into both Wismilak International Bali and the Volvo Women’s Open, Thailand and the 2nd & 3rd place players will receive singles wild card entry into both tournaments qualifying draw.

Ronald Walla confirms that the Wismilak International Bali 2004 will be spectacular. “I’m hoping to see 3 (three) past Champions competing in the tournament. I’m sure that tennis fans would love to watch Dementieva, Kuznetsova and Angie Widjaja playing in the greatest Women’s tennis event in South East Asia,” he added.

Today is also the commencement of Wismilak International LKJOR (Lomba Karya Jurnalistik Olahraga) that was greatly responded by sport journalists last year. Approximately 40 journalists participated in last year’s LKJOR.

About Wismilak International:

Since its first debut in 1994 to 1997 as the tier IV, Wismilak International presents a tennis tournament with a total prize of US$ 107.000,00. Initially the tournament was named ’Wismilak Open’ which changed into Wismilak International in 1996, to reflect the company’s objective of tapping broader international markets for its various product lines. The historical place for the previous tournaments was Embong Sawo Tennis Club in Surabaya which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1997. Up until today, Wismilak International Women’s World Tennis Tour is still the biggest tournament on the WTA calendar in S.E. Asian region. For further information, please access www.wismilakinternational.com (http://www.wismilakinternational.com)

Come to Bali, Indonesia! the island of gods...:wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
May 26th, 2004, 08:36 AM
Two Indonesian junior players, Ayu Fani Damayanti (Bali) and her male fellow, Ayrton Wibowo of Jakarta are selected to be on the tour for 16 yo's matches in Europe. The other players are: Liset Brito (El Salvador), Christian Vitulli (Kenya), Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan (India), Mario Jukic (Croatia), Madura Rangganathan (India), Hwang I Hsuan (Chinese Taipei), Franklyn Emmanuel (Sri Lanka), Shuang Wu dan Hao Zhiu from China.

It will be started with 5 days training under the coaching of appointed ITF instructor and then these players will be touring in Europe. The coaches are: Frank Zlesak (Cze), Clement N'Goran (CIV) dan Tanya Matokhnyuk (Ukraina)

Ayu Fani Damayanti and Ayrton have left Jakarta for Italy on May 25, 2004 and they will return to Jakarta from Paris on July 4, 2004.

All the best, Ayu and Ayrton as well as other players!!!:bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
May 26th, 2004, 08:40 AM
Congrats to Lutfiana AB (Kudus, Central Java), Beatrice Gumulya (Jakarta) & Jessy Rompies for making it to World Group competition later in August. Finished in 3rd place after defeating Korea 2-1 in WG Asia Oceania q-round, Indonesia qualified for WG together with Japan & Australia!!!:bounce:

Keep practicing hard, girls!!!;)

G-O-B
May 29th, 2004, 02:14 AM
good field this year, kuznetsova :hearts:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jun 3rd, 2004, 10:56 AM
It is being held in the city of Yogyakarta from June 6-12, 2004 - birth place of Yayuk Basuki - it is 3 series of national junior tournament and the final master will be held in Jakarta around October...

I think, Mia Sacca is becoming the strong candidate to grab the title! The winner of 1st leg, Denise Harijanto is skipping this since she is choosing to play senior tourney in Blitar, East Java!

All the best to all players!:wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jun 3rd, 2004, 11:01 AM
A national senior tourney is being slated from June 6-12, 2004 in the city of Blitar, East Java - birth town of late president Sukarno - with total prize money of 50 million rupiahs. This tourney is scheduled to have competitions for men's singles, men's doubles, women's singles and women's doubles.

Some known women players are listed: Sandy Gumulya, Maya Rosa, Septi Mende, Denise Harijanto, Lavinia Tananta, Eny Sulistyowati.

Some known men players are listed: Sulistyo Wibowo, Sebastian Da Costa, Surya Wijaya, Edy Kusdaryanto, Sunu Wahyu Trijati, Sandy Purnomo.

Good luck to all players!:D

Shine On Silver Moon
Jun 3rd, 2004, 11:06 AM
It will be held from June 20-27, 2004 in the city of Angelique Widjaja and so far total of 11 countries are confirmed to participate.

Local girls' players are: Febri Joana, Denise Harijanto, Dian Mayasari, Lavinia Tananta, Mia Sacca, Golda Rubina.

Ayu Fani Damayanti is no longer playing in this grade anymore and right now she is in Europe for 6 weeks as member of ITF 16 yo team.

Bandung rocks!!!:bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jun 3rd, 2004, 11:10 AM
It will be held from June 27 until July 4, 2004 in Gelora Bung Karno Tennis Complex in Senayan, Jakarta. Total of 145 players have registered and hailed from 8 countries excluding Indonesia. The foreign nations are: Czech Republic, Great Britain, Japan, Russia, India, Australia, Malaysia, and South Korea. So far, Japan have registered 42 players while South Korea 22 players.:eek:

Come on, players - give ur best shot!!!:cool:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jul 4th, 2004, 08:58 AM
BOYS - SINGLES

1ST RD:
(1) Elbert Sie d Razlan Rawi (MAS) 62 62
(Q) Lin Yu Chun (TPE) d (WC) Brama P Wikanta 64 60
Yuki Yoshioka (JPN) d (Q) Choi Jae Won (KOR) 64 62
Chang Chien Ting Lung (TPE) d (8) Lopburi Nathasiri (THA) 62 62

(10) Sho Aida (JPN) d (WC) Benedictus Budialim 62 61
Alvin Putra Kurniawan d (LL) Ryan Marlo Adrianto 62 64
(Q) Agnel Peter (IND) d (WC) Lenz Theodor 62 60
(7) Stefan Sorani (AUS) d Yuki Katsuki (JPN) 63 63

(4) Ryo Sekiguchi (JPN) d (Q) Kim Sang Kyun (KOR) 61 63
Perakiat Siriluethaiwattana (THA) d Seno Hartono Suwandi 76(6) 46 61
(WC) Mawan Kurniawan d Michael Campbell (GBR) 62 64
(13) Arnav Jain (IND) d Yohanes Indra Tolip 61 75

(11) Hsu Yi Che (TPE) d Aditya Tegar 61 62
Felix Fernandus d (LL) Flogon Koen 63 61
Reza Amrulloh d Cheng Yu Hsuan (TPE) 46 62 63
(8) Jonathan Amdanu d Shorato Suzuki (JPN) 63 60

Lee Tung Han (TPE) d (6) Shuhei Uzawa (JPN) 64 63
Fendy Gunawan d (Q) Chaptong Sungsiri (THA) 46 61 75
Andre Cubung d (WC) Muhammad Gazali 61 64
(12) Huang Chin Yu (TPE) d (LL) Daniel Stamp (GBR) 63 64

(16) Tejesvi Rao (IND) d(Q) Wu Chien Chih 67(4) 62 62
Lim Hyun Soo (KOR) d (LL) Andre Harmunaf 62 64
Masatoshi Sakai (JPN) d Morgan Al Kautsar 62 63
Nick Lindahl (AUS) d (3) Sandy Purnomo 64 75

(5) Peerachat Chaiyapan (THA) d Takero Akaba (JPN) 16 62 61
Takeru Yamamoto (JPN) d Azhaari Zainal (MAS) 62 62
(WC) Toshiya Suzuki (JPN) d (Q) Felix Halim 61 61
(9) Chris Mayanto d Akshay Bajoria (IND) 63 63

(15) Yuichi Sugita d Huang Hsu Chun (TPE) 62 62
Faisal Aidil d (WC) Bani KOhar Harahap 75 63
(WC) Aditya Harry Sasongko d Armendio Anggara 64 64
(2) Kento Takeuchi (JPN) d Jenner Stevenson (CAN) 62 60

2nd rd:
(1) Elbert Sie d (Q) Lin Yu Chun (TPE) 61 61
Chang Chien Ting Lung (TPE) d Yuki Yoshioka (JPN) 36 61 64
(10) Sho Aida (JPN) d Alvin Putra Kurniawan 62 63
(7) Stefan Sorani (AUS) d (Q) Agnel Peter (IND)76(4) 63

(4) Ryo Sekiguchi (JPN) d Perakiat Siriluethaiwattana (THA) 62 60
(13) Arnav Jain (IND) d (WC) Mawan Kurniawan 62 63
(11) Hsu Yi Che (TPE) d Felix Fernandus 60 61
Reza Amrulloh d (8) Jonathan Amdanu 63 62

Tung Han Lee (TPE) d Fendy Gunawan 76(4) 62
(12) Huang Chin Yu (TPE) d Andre Cubung 63 61
(16) Tejesvi Rao (IND) d Lim Hyun Soo (KOR) 63 61
Nick Lindahl (AUS) d Masatoshi Sakai (JPN) 60 61

(5) Peerachat Chaiyapan (THA) d Takeru Yamamoto (JPN) 67(6) 62 61
Chris Mayanto d (WC) Toshiya Suzuk1 (JPN) 61 60
Faisal Aidil d (15) Yuichi Sugita (JPN)26 75 60
(2) Ryo Takeuchi (JPN) d Harry Sasongko 63 62

3rd rd:
(1) Elbert Sie d Chang Chien Ting Lung (TPE) 75 64
(10) Sho Aida (JPN) d (7) Stefan Sorani (AUS) 61 46 64
(4) Ryo Sekiguchi (JPN) d (7) Stefan Sorani (AUS) 61 46 64
(11) Hsu Yi Che (TPE) d Reza Amrulloh 63 61

(12) Huang Chin YU (TPE) d Lee Tung Han (TPE) 63 60
Nick Lindahl (AUS) d (16) Tejesvi Rao (IND) 61 61
(5) Peerachat Chaiyapan (THA) d (9) Chris Mayanto 64 62
(2) Kento Takeuchi (JPN) d Faisal Aidil 63 63

QF:
(1) Elbert Sie d (10) Sho Aida (JPN) 64 64
(4) Ryo Sekiguchi (JPN) d(11) Hsu Yi Che (TPE) 26 76(4) 61
Nick Lindahl (AUS) d (12) Huang Chin Yu (TPE) 62 61
(2) Kento Takeuchi (JPN) d Peerachat Chaiyapan (THA) 63 63

SF:
(4) Ryo Sekiguchi (INA) d (1) Elbert Sie 75 67(6) 64 :( Elbert!!!:sad:
Nick Lindahl (AUS) d (2) Kento Takeuchi (JPN) 63 61

Final:
(4) Ryo Sekiguchi (JPN) d Nick Lindahl (AUS) 63 60

Shine On Silver Moon
Jul 4th, 2004, 09:18 AM
1st rd:

Huang Hsu Chun/Lee Tung Han (TPE) 64 61 d (1) Ryo Sekiguchi/Kento Takeuchi (JPN) 64 61
(WC) Mawan Kurniawan/Muhammad Gazali d Aoi Komatsu/Chaipong Sungsiri (THA/JPN) 75 62
Morgan Al Kautsar/Aditya Tegar d (WC) Flegon Koen/Nyoman Maghaputra 63 61
(8) Jonathan Amdanu/Seno Hartono Suwandi d Shota Iino/Toshiya Suzuki (JPN) 61 60

Masatoshi Sakai/Yuichi Sugita (JPN) d (4) Perakiat Siriluethaiwattana/Shuhei Uzawa (THA/JPN) 62 62
Takero Akaba/Akshay Bajoria (JPN/IND) d Hyung/Tamura (TPE/JPN) 62 75
Bani Kohar Harahap/Nick Lindahl (INA/AUS) d Jan Ito/Lim Hyun Soo (JPN/KOR) 46 64 61
(6) Arnav Jain/Tejesvi Rao (IND) d Benedictus Budialim/Chris Mayanto 36 63 61

(5) Chang Chien Ting Lung/Hsu Yi Chi (TPE) d Andre Cubung/Yohanes Indra Tolip 60 63
Fendy Gunawan/Alvin Putra Kurniawan d Chen Sun Yu/Huang Chin Yu (TPE) 46 76(7) 63
Cheng Yu Hsuan/Wu Chein Chin (TPE) d (WC) Gilbert Sondakh/Lenz Theodor 63 62
Razalan Rawi/Ashaari Zainal (MAS) d (3) Peerachat Chaiyapan/Lopburi Nathasiri (THA) 63 61

(7) Sho Aida/Takeru Yamamoto (JPN) d Armendio Anggara/Aditya Harry Sasongko 76(6) 46 64
Faisal Aidil/Sandy Purnomo d Masakatsu Noguchi/Yuichi Yoshioka (JPN) 63 61
Lin Yu Chun/Chung Chun Min (TPE) d Michael Campbell/Hugh Mc Donald (GBR/AUS) 60 61
(2) Elbert Sie/Stefan Sorani (INA/AUS) d Yuki Katsuki/Shotaro Suzuki (JPN) 60 60



2nd rd:

Huang Hsu Chun/Lee Tung Han (TPE) d (WC) Mawan Kurniawan/Muhammad Gazali 61 64
(8) JOnathan Amdanu/Seno Hartono Suwandi d Morgan Al Kautsar/Aditya Tegar 61 60
Masatoshi Sakai/Yuichi Sugita (JPN) d Takero Akaba/Akshay Bajoria 62 64
(6) Arnav Jain/Tejesvi Rao (IND) d Bani Kohar Harahap/Nick Lindahl (INA/AUS) 62 63

Chang Chen Ting Lung/Hsu Yi Chi (TPE) d Fendy Gunawan/Alvin P Kurniawan 62 60
Razlan Rawi/Ashaari Zainal (MAS) d Cheng Yu Hsuan/Wu Chien Chin 67(5) 64 61
Faisal Aidil/Sandy Purnomo d (7) Sho Aida/Takeru Yamamoto (JPN) 64 63
(2) Elbert Sie/Stefan Sorani (INA/AUS) d Lin YU Chun/Chung Chun Min (TPE) walk over

QF:
Huang Hsu Chun/Lee Tung Han (TPE) d (8) Jonathan Amdanu/Seno Hartono Suwandi 76(3) 61
(6) Arnav Jain/Tejesvi Rao (IND) d Masatoshi Sakai/Yuichi Sugita (JPN) 64 75
Chang Chien Ting Lung/Hsu Yi Chi (TPE) d Razaln Rawi/Ashaari Zainal (MAS) 62 60
(2) Elbert Sie/Stefan Sorani (INA/AUS) d Faisal Aidil/Sandy Purnomo 63 57 63

SF:
Huang Hsu Chun/Lee Tung Han (TPE) d (6) Arnav Jain/Tejesvi Rao (IND) 62 60
(2) Elbert Sie/Stefan Sorani (INA/US) d Chang Chien Ting Lung/Hsu Yi Chi (TPE) unknown score

FINAL:
(2) Elbert Sie/Stefan Sorani (INA/AUS) d Huang Hsu Chun/Lee Tung Han (TPE) 63 ret:bounce:

Congrats, Elbert/Stefan!!! ;) :cool:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jul 24th, 2004, 12:10 PM
In the tourney of Jakarta Governor Cup 2004, Sandy Gumulya went to final after beating Wukirasih Sawondari. In the other SF, Eny Sulistyowati defeated 3rd seed Diana Julianto. Go, Sandy!!!:bounce:

men's final: febi Widhiyanto v Prima Simpatiaji!:devil:

Women's dubs: Wukir/Septi Mende the champ def. Maya Rosa/Sandy Gumulya...

Harju.
Jul 24th, 2004, 04:22 PM
Go Sandy :worship:
Diana :tape: Congrats mama eny :D

Septi lost to Eny :eek:
Maya lost to Sandy
Liza did not play

Ayu lost to Wukir in the quarterfinal :( Well, considering she stretched her to three sets made it better... Adjie, do you know her next schedule???

Harju.
Jul 27th, 2004, 08:10 AM
:bounce: Sandy Gulmuya bt. Eny to win the Jakarta Governor Cup 4/6 6/3 6/3 :worship:

I wonder what are the Indonesian players' next schedule

nana
Aug 8th, 2004, 03:14 AM
Sandy Gulmuya def. Wynne Prakusya 1-6 7-5 7-5 to win the Bandung Governor Cup :tape:

Poor Wynne.

In the doubles. Yayuk/Wukir beat Sandy/Septi in the final.. while Wynne/Maya lost to Yayuk/Wukir.

pcrtennis
Aug 12th, 2004, 12:17 AM
Is Yayuk going to play in Bali in doubles?

Shine On Silver Moon
Aug 12th, 2004, 03:34 AM
National Sport Week will be slated from Sept. 2nd for 10 days...Yayuk is the coach of Jakarta team which is consisted of Wukir, Septi and Sandy...IMO, Yayuk is just playing for fun as coach...But I heard the rumor that Yayuk is gonna play dubs in NSW...Wynne/Maya play dubs in NSW representing Central Java...Liza Andriyani, Dea Sumantri and Novianti Warsono rep West Java...Ayu reps Bali with Nancy Metriya...East Java will be represented by Dian Mayasari, Patricia Soesilo...I think...Mamas Eny & Mimma rep East Kalimantan...

Yayuk may be playing dubs in Wismilak...If she does, I don't like that...:(

pcrtennis
Aug 12th, 2004, 04:37 AM
Why don't you want Yayuk to play in Wismilak??????

Shine On Silver Moon
Aug 28th, 2004, 06:06 PM
She can be arrogant at times...She needs to let the youngsters to take her place, I think...She has been unpredictable as always...:( When people ask whether she plays for money...she answers diplomatically...She lives quite okay, I think...;)

pcrtennis
Aug 28th, 2004, 06:55 PM
Is she well liked as a person in Indonesia?

Shine On Silver Moon
Sep 7th, 2004, 07:39 AM
Is she well liked as a person in Indonesia?
But some sport reporters hate her so much in certain extent...

Shine On Silver Moon
Sep 7th, 2004, 07:46 AM
1st rd:
1. U-1 Sandy Gumulya (Jakarta) vs 2. bye
3. Safarina (Kalbar) lost to 4. Aleta Sungkono (Banten) 36 16
5. Dian Anggraini (Kaltim) def 6. Mia Sacca (DIY) 61 62
7. bye vs 8. U-6 Maya Rosa (Jateng)
9. U-3 Liza Andriyani (Jabar) vs 10. bye
11. bye vs 12. Frederika Girsang (Sumbar)
13. Vivien Silfany (Sumsel) lost to 14. Sediati Merdiningsih (Bali) 46 16
15. bye vs 16. U-8 Febri Joana (Jatim)
17. U-5 Eny Sulistyowati (Kaltim) vs 18. bye
19. Evelyn Rusdianto (Jatim) lost to 20. Dea Sumantri (Jabar) 16 36
21. Nourma Mangunsong (Sumbar) def 22. Komang Sri M (Bali) 64 64
23. bye vs 24. U-4 Septi Mende (Jakarta)
25. U-7 Ida Sutedja (DIY) vs 26. bye
27. Nina Septrita (Sumsel) lost to 28. Nuraeni Batubara (Sulsel) 36 16
29. Neneng Rohwati (Kalbar) lost to 30. Golda Rubina (Banten) 16 16
31. bye vs 32.U-2 Wynne Prakusya (Jateng)

2nd rd :
1. U-1 Sandy Gumulya def 4. Aleta Sungkono (Banten) 62 61
5. Dian Anggraini (Kaltim) lost to 8. U-6 Maya Rosa (Jateng) 57 16
9. U-3 Liza Andriyani (Jabar) def 12. Frederika Girsang (Sumbar) 62 61
14. Sediati Merdiningsih (Bali) def 16. U-8 Febri Joana (Jatim) 61 63
17. U-5 Eny Sulistyowati (Kaltim) lost to 20. Dea Sumantri (Jabar) 26 03 ret
21. Nourma Mangunsong (Sumbar) lost to 24. U-4 Septi Mende (DKI) 46 57
25. U-7 Ida Sutedja (DIY) def 28. Nuraeni Batubara (Sulsel) 61 61
30. Golda Rubina (Banten) lost to 32. U-2 Wynne Prakusya (Jateng) 06 06

QF matches up :
1. U-1 Sandy Gumulya vs 8. U-6 Maya Rosa (Jateng)
9. U-3 Liza Andriyani (Jabar) vs 14. Sediati Merdiningsih (Bali)
20. Dea Sumantri (Jabar) vs 24. U-4 Septi Mende (DKI)
25. U-7 Ida Sutedja (DIY) vs 32. U-2 Wynne Prakusya (Jateng)

Dea Sumantri, Evelyn Rusdianto and Frederika Girsang are imported from USA...These gals are studying in USA's universities...;)

In the team event, in final - Sandy def Wynne 64 63!:wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Sep 8th, 2004, 12:24 PM
QF:
1. U-1 Sandy Gumulya def 8. U-6 Maya Rosa (Jateng) 64 62
9. U-3 Liza Andriyani (Jabar) def 14. Sediati Merdiningsih (Bali) 61 60
20. Dea Sumantri (Jabar) lost to 24. U-4 Septi Mende (DKI) 26 36
25. U-7 Ida Sutedja (DIY) lost to 32. U-2 Wynne Prakusya (Jateng) 16 26

SEMI FINAL'S MATCHES UP :
1. U-1 Sandy Gumulya vs 9. U-3 Liza Andriyani (Jabar)
24. U-4 Septi Mende (DKI) vs 32. U-2 Wynne Prakusya (Jateng)

Shine On Silver Moon
Sep 8th, 2004, 12:26 PM
1ST RD:

1. U-1 FEBI WIDHIYANTO (DKI) vs 2. bye
3. Andery Setyawanto (Jatim) vs 4. Sunu Wahyu Triajti (Grorontalo) 67 (5) 36
5. Cuk Prihatmanto (Jateng) vs 6. Suhendardinata (Banten) 67(6) 62 30 ret
7. bye vs 8. U-7 SURYA WIJAYA BUDI (NTB)
9. U-3 SUWANDI (Jabar) vs 10. bye
11. Yanwar Dwi Putra (Sulsel) vs 12. Dadang AR (Kalsel) 26 06
13. Novi Hendri (Sumbar) vs 14. Elbert Sie (Sumsel) 36 46
15. bye vs 16. U-8 FANDI SUYADI (Jatim)
17. U-6 NESA ARTA (DKI) vs 18. bye
19. Ferdi Fauzi (Sumbar) vs 20. Imanuel Prabowo (Banten) 64 62
21. Naharuddin (Sulsel) vs 22. Abigael Tulak (Kaltim) 16 36
23. bye vs 24. U-4 SEBASTIAN DACOSTA (NTB)
25. U-5 BONIT WIRYAWAN ( Jatim) vs 26. bye
27. Hendri Davin T (Jabar) vs 28. Yuda Raga ( Kalsel) 60 61
29. Samsudin Suduri (Gorontalo) vs 30. Ayrton Wibowo (Sumsel) 06 06
31. bye vs 32.U-2 PRIMA SIMPATIAJI (Jateng)

2ND RD:
1. U-1 FEBI WIDHIYANTO (DKI) vs 4. Sunu Wahyu Triajti (Grorontalo) 61 62
5. Cuk Prihatmanto (Jateng) vs 8. U-7 SURYA WIJAYA BUDI (NTB) 36 26
9. U-3 SUWANDI (Jabar) vs 12. Dadang AR (Kalsel) 26 06
14. Elbert Sie (Sumsel) vs 16. U-8 FANDI SUYADI (Jatim) 64 64
17. U-6 NESA ARTA (DKI) vs 19. Ferdi Fauzi (Sumbar) 63 63
22. Abigael Tulak (Kaltim) vs 24. U-4 SEBASTIAN DACOSTA (NTB) 26 26
25. U-5 BONIT WIRYAWAN ( Jatim) vs 27. Hendri Davin T (Jabar) 61 60
30. Ayrton Wibowo (Sumsel) vs 32.U-2 PRIMA SIMPATIAJI (Jateng) 16 36


QF:
1. U-1 FEBI WIDHIYANTO (DKI) vs 8. U-7 SURYA WIJAYA BUDI (NTB) 61 64
9. U-3 SUWANDI (Jabar) vs 14. Elbert Sie (Sumsel) 61 62
17. U-6 NESA ARTA (DKI) vs 24. U-4 SEBASTIAN DACOSTA (NTB) 26 26
25. U-5 BONIT WIRYAWAN ( Jatim) vs 32.U-2 PRIMA SIMPATIAJI (Jateng) 16 36


SEMIFINAL'S MATCHES UP:
1. U-1 FEBI WIDHIYANTO (DKI) vs 9. U-3 SUWANDI (Jabar)
24. U-4 SEBASTIAN DACOSTA (NTB) vs 32.U-2 PRIMA SIMPATIAJI (Jateng)

Shine On Silver Moon
Sep 8th, 2004, 12:28 PM
2ND RD:
1. U-1 WynnePrakusya/Prima Simaptiaji (Jateng) vs 4. Dewi W / Yanwar D Putra (Sulsel) 62 62
5. Eliza Rustandar / Yusmawan Fahmi (Banten) vs U-5 Mimma Chernovita / Fandi Suyadi (Kaltim) 26 06
9. U-3 Yayuk Basuki/Hendri S Pramono (DKI) vs 12. Novianti Warsono / Andrian Raturandang (Jabar) 61 61
13. Febri Joana/Chrismayanto (Jatim) vs 16. U-8 Frederika Girsang/Edy Kusdaryanto (Sumbar) 46 26
17. U-6 Maya Rosa/Enrico Satria (Jateng) vs 20. Lianasari Batubara/Yusfridar Sangkala (Sulsel) 62 61
21. Matulanda Lumanauw/Abd. Kahar MIM (Banten) vs 24. U-4 Liza Andriyani/Sulsityo Wibowo (Jabar) 06 06
25. U-7 Mudarwati/ Abigael T (Kaltim) vs 28. Nourma Mangunsong/Novi Hendri (Sumbar) 62 75
29. Patricia Soesilo/Peter Handoyo (Jatim) vs 32. U-2 Wukirasih Sawondari/Eko Kurniawan(DKI) 64 76(2)


QF:
1. U-1 WynnePrakusya/Prima Simaptiaji (Jateng) vs U-5 Mimma Chernovita / Fandi Suyadi (Kaltim)
9. U-3 Yayuk Basuki/Hendri S Pramono (DKI) vs 16. U-8 Frederika Girsang/Edy Kusdaryanto (Sumbar)
17. U-6 Maya Rosa/Enrico Satria (Jateng) vs 24. U-4 Liza Andriyani/Sulsityo Wibowo (Jabar)
25. U-7 Mudarwati/ Abigael T (Kaltim) vs 29. Patricia Soesilo/Peter Handoyo (Jatim)

<lenka>
Sep 10th, 2004, 04:44 AM
i wish angelique all luck for the rest of this year

:D

Shine On Silver Moon
Sep 27th, 2004, 02:41 PM
Yup, Yayuk Basuki's proud junior circuit called Hemaviton Challenge Master (final leg of 3 series) will be held from Sept. 28 till Oct. 3, 2004 in Senayan tennis center on clay courts and for winners of boy's singles and girl's singles will be awarded a funding to play abroad...

For girls, all the best to Denise Harijanto, Lavinia Tananta, Jessy Rompies, Lutfiana A Budiharto...:wavey:

Harju.
Dec 21st, 2004, 05:45 AM
bumped.

Some good news.


Since Sandy Gulmuya is under Indonesian's ITF, she wa forced to skip Christmas break to train and head to Germany to play 10K in early January and followed by another 10K in France and 25K in France before going to Pattaya. I think she had a WC Qualifying there. Good luck Sandy. Poor her to be playing soooo many tournaments.


Ayu Fani Damayanti will most prolly play 10Ks in NZ in January with Septi Mende [Both are now under the same coach] and she gets a WC in MD for Pattaya and double with Mende. [There was pre-qualifying for this event + Wismilak] After that, she'll head to Nick Bollieteri[sp? :lol:] for 2 weeks under IMG. The only Asian player this year. Hope she learns few things.

Harju.
Dec 21st, 2004, 05:47 AM
I'm still wondering the news of Wynne Prakusya :(. The last I heard was that she lost her sponsor and that she had some injuries on her knee.

Harju.
Dec 22nd, 2004, 12:05 AM
Read somewhere in Angie's forum that we will still be having 6 10Ks tournament.

April/May [2]
September [2]
December[2]

Harju.
Dec 22nd, 2004, 12:10 AM
Saw chellenger forum that Sandy will play in :

10 Jan - 10K Stuttgart
[Current Position : Last player on MD]
17 Jan - 10K Grenoble
[Current Position : 14th player on MD]

A very tough field compared to 10Ks in Asia. Most of the players are around 200s-400s. A nice warm up as Sandy hardly play against Europeans. Good luck Sandy. :yeah:

köj-è
Dec 22nd, 2004, 01:13 PM
yay.. good for Sandy! :)

Harju.
Jan 7th, 2005, 03:13 AM
Sandy's updated commitment

10-16 Jan ITF 10K Stuttgart
17-23 Jan ITF 10K Grenoble
24-30 Jan ITF 25K Belfort
31 Jan-6 Feb WTA Volvo Women’s Open Tier IV
7-13 Feb WTA Indian Open Tier V

:yeah: She said that she wants to reach top 200 by the end of 2005 and play ay least 20 tourneys. Good luck.

pcrtennis
Jan 7th, 2005, 03:19 AM
I hope she does...does anyone who knows her think she has the ability?

Harju.
Jan 7th, 2005, 03:39 AM
She won 4 10Ks tournament. I think she's more like smart player. She was hampered by injury during early 2004. She is now under Indonesia ITF, the only female player after Septi Mende, Ayu Fani and some others withdrew due to the crazy practice schedule. She was injured during the practice too :o. I hope she didnt end up like Dea Sumantri [Angie's best mate and rival] who retired due to injury because of heavy practise.

Here are Sandy's 2004 result. Most are 10Ks tournamet :o


Hyderabad ($10,000 - India) Jan 18 2004
1 S Gumulya - M Vakharia(3) 7-5 6-0
2 S Gumulya - S Sekar 6-75 6-2 7-63
QF S Gumulya - G Mortello(6) 7-64 6-3
SF S Gumulya - A Bhambri 6-3 6-3
F S Gumulya - R Chakravarthi(2) 6-1 6-3

Delhi ($10,000 - India) Jan 25 2004
1 S Gumulya - P Goswami-WC 6-4 6-3
2 S Gumulya - L Tognetti 6-4 1-6 6-2
QF I Lakhani(1) - S Gumulya 6-0 6-2

Bendigo ($25,000 - Australia) Feb 29 2004
Qual 1 S Gumulya(3) - B Williams 6-2 6-0
Qual 2 S Gumulya(3) - K Wlodarczak 6-4 6-0
Qual 3 A Dundas - S Gumulya(3) walkover

Ho Chi Minh City ($25,000 - Vietnam) Apr 18 2004
1 S Viratprasert(4) - S Gumulya 6-1 6-2

Fed Cup Group I Apr 24 2004
I Isroilova - S Gumulya 6-3 4-6 6-1
S Gumulya - I Hwang 2-6 6-3 6-2
A Bhambri - S Gumulya 6-4 6-4

Jakarta ($10,000 - Indonesia) May 2 2004
1 S Gumulya(3) - M Rosa 6-2 6-75 7-60
2 S Kim - S Gumulya(3) 3-6 6-2 6-1

Tarakan ($10,000 - Indonesia) May 9 2004
1 S Gumulya(1) - K Iijima 6-3 6-2
2 S Gumulya(1) - W Setyorini-Q 6-1 6-4
QF S Gumulya(1) - M Rosa 6-4 6-1
SF S Gumulya(1) - N Luangnam 6-1 5-7 7-5
F L Andriyani(2) - S Gumulya(1) 6-3 6-2

Incheon ($25,000 - Korea) June 27 2004
1 S Gumulya - J Kim-WC 6-3 6-2
2 S Gumulya - M Yamamoto(4) 6-3 6-1
QF J Choi-Q - S Gumulya 6-3 6-4

Incheon ($10,000 - Korea) July 4 2004
1 C Chuang(1) - S Gumulya 6-3 7-5

Bali Sep 19 2004
Qual 1 S Stosur(1) - S Gumulya 6-2 6-1

Jakarta ($10,000 - Indonesia) Sep 26 2004
1 S Gumulya(2) - N Horikawa 6-1 6-2
2 S Gumulya(2) - P Buaklee-LL 1-6 6-2 6-3
QF S Gumulya(2) - S Mende(6) 6-0 6-3
SF S Gumulya(2) - A Damayanti 6-1 6-3
F Y Chan(7) - S Gumulya(2) 6-75 6-2 6-1

Balikpapan ($10,000 - Indonesia) Oct 3 2004
1 S Gumulya(2) bye
2 S Gumulya(2) - K Chheda 2-6 6-0 6-3
QF S Gumulya(2) - S Mende(6) 3-6 7-65 7-5
SF T Vitayaviroj(4) - S Gumulya(2) 6-4 7-5

Jakarta ($10,000 - Indonesia) Dec 12 2004
1 S Gumulya(2) - C Barr 6-1 6-2
2 S Gumulya(2) - S Lim-Q 4-6 6-2 6-1
QF S Gumulya(2) - M Lyoo 7-64 6-4
SF S Gumulya(2) - J Vorobieva(4) 3-6 7-67 7-5
F S Gumulya(2) - A Damayanti 6-3 6-0

Jakarta ($10,000 - Indonesia) Dec 19 2004
1 S Gumulya - L Andriyani 6-3 6-0
2 S Gumulya - W Sawondari 6-2 6-4
QF S Gumulya - Y Lee 6-1 3-6 7-65
SF Y Jung-Q - S Gumulya 3-6 6-4 7-64 [big choke :o :tape:]

Harju.
Jan 15th, 2005, 01:29 AM
Sandy break record. She never lost in the first round in a 10K before. Congrats for stepping backward. :mad: Was kinda disappointed of her losing very early.

Harju.
Jan 30th, 2005, 11:22 AM
bumps

Harju.
Jan 30th, 2005, 11:27 AM
Grenoble (Hard - $10k - France - no p.) Jan 23 05
1 Claire Feuerstein-Q - Gumulya(6) 6-4 4-6 6-2

Stuttgart (Hard - $10k - Germany - no p.) Jan 16 05
1 Servane Delobelle - Gumulya 4-6 6-2 6-2


Well I'm not that surprised her loss in Stuttgart in the first round. It was her first match in 2005. Her first match in Germany. Her first match against European.

Her loss against Feuerstein in Grenoble wasn't that bad either considering Feuerstein reached the semifinal before losing to the eventual winner [Mervan Jugic that is in three sets]

Harju.
Jan 30th, 2005, 11:33 AM
Belfort ($25K - France - ??p)

Qual 1 Sandy Gumulya INA def. (10) Gaelle Widmer SUI 2-6 6-3 6-3
Qual 2 Sandy Gumulya INA def. Sandra Zahlavova CZE 5-7 7-5 6-0
Rd 1 Michelle Gerards (NED) def. [Q] Sandy Gumulya (INA) 7-6(3) 2-6 6-3

This time Sandy did a very decent job. She actually beat 2 top 400 players in the qualifying round before losing a three sets to a top 250 player who is eventual semifinalist in that event.

Harju.
Jan 30th, 2005, 11:40 AM
Three players competing in Pattaya Tier IV.

Initially Sandy gets a WC in qualifying round annd Ayu gets a WC in Main Draw. Then I think Sandy managed to squeeze in to the qualifying round with her own rank and decided to give the WC to Septi Mende whom also had a WC in double qualifying round with Ayu.

6-RODIONOVA Anastassia (RUS) def. MENDE Septi (INA) 6-4 6-2
Well, expected result, surprising scoreline just becuase Rodionova is actually quite a decent player. So, hopefully septi does improve somehow after moving to detec. Because as far as I know, Septi basically only knows how to hit HARD. She doesn't have a game plan, so getting 6 games from a top 200 players is considered impressive, isn't it.


Sandy Gumulya def. Katerina Bondarenko 6-1 6-4
A very impressive win by Sandy. Katya is a top junior player and is ranked 315. She had quite a decent result in 50K/75K and even WTA Tournaments. And to be able to win in straight set surprised me. So I really really hope Sandy did get experience from the matches in Europe.

Harju.
Jan 30th, 2005, 11:42 AM
Sandy Gumulya def. Kelly Liggan 6-1 6-4

:aparty: :aparty:

What an amazing result from Sandy. :banana: Hopefully someone from the board watched the match and tell us the details of the match.

pcrtennis
Jan 30th, 2005, 04:56 PM
I'm starting to get really excited about Gumulya!

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Jan 31st, 2005, 01:59 AM
http://www.wtatour.com/global/photogallery/2004/fashion/f_02.jpg

Harju.
Feb 1st, 2005, 12:38 AM
Well, Sandy Gumulya lost to Shahar Peer 26 26 and Ayu FAni Damayanti lost to Marion Bartoli 36 16.

The end for Indonesians.

Harju.
Feb 1st, 2005, 12:40 AM
http://www.jirobkk.com/album/Volvo_Women_Open_2005/30_Jan_2005/A-136.jpg
Sandy G

http://www.jirobkk.com/album/Volvo_Women_Open_2005/30_Jan_2005/Sandy-Gumulya.jpg
Sandy G

pcrtennis
Feb 1st, 2005, 02:05 AM
Great pictures! Can't wait untill she make sit up the rankings!

Harju.
Feb 1st, 2005, 02:17 AM
Great pictures! Can't wait untill she make sit up the rankings!
sadly she wont. she has no tourney to play after Pattaya. :shrug: She commited to Hyderabad but I dont think her rank is enough to play in qualifying round :tape:. that how it is when a player with no sponsor :sad:.

Ayu on the other hand would be flying to Florida to train in Nick Bolettieri Academy for 2-3 weeks. The only Asian that was choosen by IMG this year. Hopefully she learns something there. Heard from her coach that she'd be trained on her physics [which is good because i think she's overweight :tape:]

köj-è
Feb 3rd, 2005, 01:44 PM
wow.. sandy looks so great.. i didn't know she wears FILA.. ;)

balikeena
Feb 4th, 2005, 06:14 PM
Folks,
Sania is another Asian Cutie that is set to rule the tennis world.

Here's a great collection of Sania's pictures:
http://www.indialens.com/sania.htm
http://geocities.com/saniamirz
http://www.indialens.com/sania.htm

rhz
Apr 22nd, 2005, 10:33 AM
Time to bring this thread up !

Shine On Silver Moon
May 9th, 2005, 02:12 AM
2 boys - Agung Bagus Dewantoro and Christopher Rungkat and a gal - Mia Sacca (coached by Yayuk Basuki and her hubby, Suharyadi) are chosen to be in ITF Development Team and they will be on tour for 6 weeks in Europe from late May till early July. Good luck, kiddos!

Shine On Silver Moon
May 9th, 2005, 02:15 AM
He is the only boy from Indonesia will be playing in Roland Garros and Wimby this year. He is now in training in Holland together with Petrova, Ferrero, Dutch players...Go, Elbert!!! He is in top 70s for ITF Junior ranking!

pcrtennis
May 9th, 2005, 04:39 AM
Is Mia Sacca any good?

Rising Sun
May 9th, 2005, 05:53 PM
Does anybody know why Maya Rosa plays so little these days? Does she no longer have a sponsor? :confused:

BTW, what's happened to Joana Febri? She seems to have disappeared...

Shine On Silver Moon
May 10th, 2005, 07:03 AM
Is Mia Sacca any good?

Mia is a talented player and a fighter, too. She likes to play long rallies. Her weakness is mental toughness and she was once injured in her knee. Her serve needs to be improved.;)

Shine On Silver Moon
May 10th, 2005, 07:08 AM
Does anybody know why Maya Rosa plays so little these days? Does she no longer have a sponsor? :confused:

BTW, what's happened to Joana Febri? She seems to have disappeared...

Maya is no longer being sponsored by Wismilak and Martina Widjaja (she used to train in her tennis camp). She still gets financial aid from individuals but not enough to cover overseas journey more often.:(

Jojo has retired!!! Her mother was too involved in her game especially during matches! She chose to be a student! Such a waste of talent!:mad:

Rising Sun
May 10th, 2005, 05:54 PM
Thanks. :)

Too bad about Jojo. What a waste. :mad:

So who are sponsored by Wismilak at the moment? Just Ayu & Septi? :confused: Do they belong to the "Martina Widjaja Camp" too? :p

Does Denise Harijanto have a sponsor? She doesn't seem to be improving much based on results. :sad:

Shine On Silver Moon
May 11th, 2005, 03:03 PM
Thanks. :)

Too bad about Jojo. What a waste. :mad:

So who are sponsored by Wismilak at the moment? Just Ayu & Septi? :confused: Do they belong to the "Martina Widjaja Camp" too? :p

Does Denise Harijanto have a sponsor? She doesn't seem to be improving much based on results. :sad:

No one is under Wismilak now!:mad:

Wismilak released Ayu last February since they thought that Ayu is independent already...which is not actually..she has no sponsor at all now...:( When Ayu was with Wismilak, Ayu was chosen by IMG Europe to be trained at Nick Bolletieri fro a week and another week funded by Wismilak but it is a history now!

Septi was never sponsored by Wismilak. Septi was trained at Martina's camp until late last year she decided to leave along with Maya Rosa. Since December 2004 together with Ayu, Septi is coached by Deddy Prasetyo - Martina's nemesis...Deddy has been producing male players on national level such as Febi Widhiyanto, Prima Simpatiaji, Hendri Susilo Pramono, Sunu Wahyu Trijati...Septi now is under local bank, Artha Graha and FILA...

Denise...she has not shown much progress!:( and no sponsor after one year by Cigna but due to her lack of progress, Cigna did not renew the sponsorship...;)

Shine On Silver Moon
May 12th, 2005, 02:50 PM
From the press conference, WI 2005 right after USO has assured that Angelique Widjaja is the WC receiver in Main Draw. 5 players are confirmed: Svetlana Kuznetsova, Arantxa S Vicario (play dubs with Sveta), Karolina Sprem, Patty Schnyder and Gisela Dulko. Angie is targetting herself to reach QF again.

That's all!:wavey:

Harju.
May 13th, 2005, 03:16 PM
Adji :wavey:. WB to the board. :p

It's a pity about Denise. She has a great body for a tennis play. :(.

Has Ayu improved alot compared to the last time you saw her playing? And how about Sandy? Any news on her?

Rising Sun
May 13th, 2005, 06:02 PM
So how is Ayu able to fund her tennis now? :confused: :sad:

BTW, neither Diana Julianto & Liza Andriyani played the $10Ks lately. Have they both retired? :confused:

Harju.
May 13th, 2005, 06:27 PM
Ayu is now self-funded I guess. She will skip 25K Thailand to play in a local tournament that provides big prize money with no Wynne Prakusya. She has a high chance of winning it.

Diana Julianto is retired as far as I know while Liza Andriyani now works for a local bank.

Rising Sun
May 13th, 2005, 06:41 PM
That's sad. Wasted talents... :sad:

BTW, what's come of Villa Daniella? I assume Aleta Sungkono is studying? :confused:

For those interested in what Eveline Rusdianto is up to:

http://www.drakebulldogs.org/womenstennis/index.php

I hope she turns pro after she graduates. :)

Rising Sun
May 25th, 2005, 10:10 AM
Does anybody have any results from the Hemaviton Challenge this week? :confused:

Harju.
May 25th, 2005, 03:19 PM
Not much result yet.

Diana Julianto lost to Lutfiana Aris Budiarto 67(4) 04 ret. She said she has not practised tennis since forever.

Liza Andriyani and Wukirasih Sawondari will play this event too. Probably because the prize money is big. All first round should have been played but will prolly get result soon.

Harju.
May 28th, 2005, 02:55 AM
The semifinalists are set

Liza Andriyani (beat Denise Harijanto) vs Maya Rosa (beat Septi Mende who is still injured)
Eny Sulistyowati (beat Wukirasih Sawondari) vs Ayu-Fani Damayanti (beat Luftiana A Budiarto)

Same old people. Not so surprised. Hope Liza wins this though Ayu-Fani needs the money.

Sandy is still injured and no news of her. Hopefully Adjie has some news for us.

Shine On Silver Moon
May 28th, 2005, 03:00 PM
WOMEN'S DOUBLES - FINAL:

Ayu/Septi def. Maya Rosa/Denise Harijanto 63 61

Ayu was truly the playmaker...She played smart with some attacking shots and accurate but difficult placements...

WOMEN'S SINGLES - SEMI FINALS:

Ayu def. Eny Sulistyowati 63 61

Ayu was dominating the match with mixed strokes all over the court combined with depth, good angles into the baseline.

Maya Rosa def. Liza Andriyani 63 36 60

Liza was definitely not in good physical fitness! She was urged by Yayuk as the tournament director to play this tourney. Yayuk also urged Diana Julianto to come back and play. Diana is now playing tennis once a week recreationally...

Sandy has resumed her practice but maybe she needs to take at least a month to return on the tour.

If Ayu wins the singles tomorrow, she will get more than 14 million rupiahs!!! Good money to cover her tour expenses!!!;)

I saw Romana at the site as well as Wynne...I congratulated Wynne for her 25K's title. :bounce:

Shine On Silver Moon
May 28th, 2005, 03:04 PM
Yayuk is chosen by ITF to be the coach for ITF Development Team (16 yo players). She will be traveling to Italy and France for 5 weeks. No accident that her student, Mia Sacca is also being selected by ITF to be in this team. All the best to Yayuk and Mia!!!:wavey:

Rising Sun
May 28th, 2005, 04:48 PM
Thanks for the news Adji :wavey:

I'm surprised Maya has done this well this week. :eek:

Do you know the extent of Wynne's knee injury? Hopefully it's not too serious. :sad:

Harju.
May 28th, 2005, 07:40 PM
Thanks Adjie for the news.

Congrats Ayu. 14 million rupiahs is about 1.5K US$, so hopefully, it'll be a good use for Ayu if she wins tomorrow.

Liza :sad:. But yeah I'm surprised too that Maya is able to win. She's been playing horribly this year.

Shine On Silver Moon
May 29th, 2005, 02:54 PM
Maya together with Denise have been coached by Agustina Wibisono (former national player) and now, they are both being coached also by Sebastian Suvek (sorry for wrong spelling of last name) - he used to coach at Martina's camp. Sebastian is an Aussie...He seems a nice guy...Maya is a talented player as I know but she is up and down most of the time...Now, she has new sponsor (Biang Bola - a company with strong commitment in sports) together with Denise...These two have worn very nice costume...Denise looked great today with her hair style...

Liza looked beautiful as ever, too...She has problem with her physical fitness so she can't hardly move well on the court...Her skills are still good...:D

Shine On Silver Moon
May 29th, 2005, 03:00 PM
Ayu managed to beat Maya in the final of Hemaviton Challenge, 6-4, 6-3...IMO, Ayu did not play at her best today with some UEs and DFs...Maya played okay but she also made more UEs...Ayu was smarter in placing her strokes...So, she made more winners!!! Ayu so far never lose to Maya in their head to head!

Her speech was good...Ayu was so happy indeed...I was informed that Ayu has been warned by ITF not to play more than 12 senior tourneys...We all know that Ayu is still junior player actually...ITF said that Ayu so far has played 10 senior tourneys...So, if Ayu cannot get visa to Korea's 25Ks, she is okay with it...Septi is the same since she wants to focus on rehabilitating her wrist injury...:)

Rising Sun
May 29th, 2005, 06:56 PM
Good to hear that Maya has a new sponsor. Will we see her in more international tourneys? :)

Actually, Ayu's played 7 senior tourneys (actually 8 but she lost in the 1st rd of a $10K hence no points). She's allowed to play 11 in total until her 17th birthday. So 4 more... I wonder why the ITF's warned her already. :confused:

Shine On Silver Moon
May 31st, 2005, 12:24 PM
Good to hear that Maya has a new sponsor. Will we see her in more international tourneys? :)

Actually, Ayu's played 7 senior tourneys (actually 8 but she lost in the 1st rd of a $10K hence no points). She's allowed to play 11 in total until her 17th birthday. So 4 more... I wonder why the ITF's warned her already. :confused:

INFO FROM HER COACH, MAYA PLANS TO PLAY 2 10KS IN KOREA NEXT JULY!!!

Rising Sun
May 31st, 2005, 02:53 PM
That's good news. Good luck to her! :cool:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jun 1st, 2005, 01:21 PM
SINCE THEY COULD NOT GET VISA (AS BEING DONE BY THE STAFF OF OUR TENNIS FEDERATION), SO THEY JUST FOCUS ON THEIR TRAINING. AS FOR AYU, SHE HAS TO WORK HARD IN IMPROVING HER VERY WEAK SERVE...BIG HOMEWORK FOR HER! WHILE SEPTI IS CURING HER WRIST INJURY...:cool:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jun 4th, 2005, 04:01 AM
Bakrie Brothers - A National Conglomerate Will Be Sponsoring Men's 25 K In October, 2005...imo, It Is Late By Informing It This Time Of The Year...hope, It Can Fit With Itf Calendar...bb Used To Support Basuki And Andriyani In The Past...later On, They Will Have International Tourneys For Women And Junior, Too...we Will See...um Skeptical!!!

Shine On Silver Moon
Jun 4th, 2005, 04:03 AM
Jubilee School in Jakarta will host Age Group 14 Asian Junior Championships from June 6-12, 2005 at Kemayoran Tennis Center...I know, some junior players are attending this private school...All the best!

Shine On Silver Moon
Jun 5th, 2005, 03:41 PM
List of Acceptance BOYSJakarta, 4 Juni 2005
MAIN DRAW BOYS


1 AIDIL ADCHAN M. Faisal 24-07-88 Indonesia 142
2 XU Jun-Chao 22-09-88 China 186
3 PRAKASH GUPTASumit 27-11-88 India 194
4 WIJEMANNE Ashada 27-07-87 Sri Lanka 207
5 WIBOWO Ayrton 17-08-88 Indonesia 275
6 CHOW Ronald 20-04-87 Hongkong 290
7 CHANG-CHIENTing-Lung 03-07-87 Taipei 361
8 PARK Sonn-Sung 18-12-88 Korea 377
9 NARVAEZMiguel Lorenzo 14-04-88 Philiipine 386
10 SMITH John-Patrich 24-01-89 Australia 427
11 NATRAJ Nithyaesh 13-12-88 India 541
12 GOMES Allan 05-11-88 India 553
13 GLADWIN PETERAgnel 12-03-89 India 554
14 YIN Xiao-Long 18-09-88 China 682
15 OLIVAREZ Pablo II 01-01-90 Philiipine 697
16 WU Chen-Yu 19-01-90 China 701
17 VORSTER Tucker 03-09-88 RSA 720
18 WONG Ambrose 05-04-89 Hongkong 721
19 JACOB Tariq 22-05-89 India 722
20 SUZUKI Toshiya 20-04-89 Japan 755
21 UM Seul-Ki 16-06-90 Korea 755
22 WONGTsz-Chun Gilbert 09-11-88 Hongkong 805
23 JAIN Arnav 26-05-89 India 836
24 THEODOR Lenz 23-10-90 Indonesia 911
25 SUWANDISeno-Hartono 18-12-87 Indonesia 912
26 HARAHAP Bani Kohar 22-03-89 Indonesia 961
27 SINGH Raj Kanwar 11-02-87 India 974
28 PAL SINGH SIDHUNavinder22-05-89 India 1060
29 BELWAL Rahul 08-09'88 India 1081
30 HANDE Siddharta 25-02-88 India 1116
31 WOO Hyo-Dong 26-01-91 Korea 1141
32 KURNIAWAN Alvin Putra 15-03-89 Indonesia 1165
33 RAJAM Vishnu 24-09-88 India 1181
34 VIJAYARAGAVANAshwin India 1197
35 SEPTIAN Eko 10-09-90 Indonesia 1197
36 WANG Ying-Zheng 20-03-89 China 1262
37 LEE Si-Yong 20-08-89 Korea 1289
38 ALAPATI Siddharth 06-06-88 India 1299
39 PUTHONG Krittanu 31-12-88 Thailand 1306
40 SURYA ATMADJAGanang21-06-88 Indonesia 1306
41 GUNAWAN Fendy 21-01-89 Indonesia 1329
42 LEE Won-Hak 11-11-90 Korea 1329
43 WU Chien-Chih 30-08-88 Taipei 1329
44 SRIRAM Mangal 03-02-88 India 1373
45 CHO Song-Jae 20-12-90 Korea 1373
46 ZHOU Zhou-Qing 12-01-89 China 1373
47 HARI SASONGKOAditya 04-07-88 Indonesia 1409
48 GAOLei 12-10-88 China 1421 By Lot 5 point
49 WILD CARD
50 WILD CARD
51 WILD CARD
52 WILD CARD
53 WILD CARD
54 WILD CARD
55 WILD CARD
56 WILD CARD
57 QUALIFYER
58 QUALIFYER
59 QUALIFYER
60 QUALIFYER
61 QUALIFYER
62 QUALIFYER
63 QUALIFYER
64 QUALIFYER

Attention : Sign-In for Maind Draw will held on 20 June, before 4.00 pm in tournament site.

Shine On Silver Moon
Jun 5th, 2005, 03:43 PM
QULIFYING Boys

1 JIANG Chuan 28-06-90 China 1421 By Lot 5 point
2 HUANG Hsu-Chun 14-09-89 Taipei 1549
3 BURMAN Samriddh 04-01-87 India 1777 By Lot 2.5 point
4 JAMALUDIN Abdul Hakim 27-09-91 Singapore 1777 By Lot 2.5 point
5 ISSARA Khunpol 06-05-89 Thailand 1777 By Lot 2.5 point
6 LEONG Chee Jun 18-08-90 Singapore 1777 By Lot 2.5 point
7 HUANG Kai-Yu 19-10-88 Taipei 1879
8 MORREY Tristan 25-06-91 Australia
9 SA Chen 30-01-90 China
10 YANG Zi-Jun 08-02-90 Hongkong
11 GANERIWAL Sanchi 07-06-89 India
12 SINGH SALMINavmassi India
13 SANGWAN Shiva India
14 VERMA Parul India
15 SINGH Raghav Deep India
16 BAJAJ Sunny India
17 KAUSHIK Siddharta India
18 KHANNA Ujjwal India
19 KOEN Flegon Indonesia 16
20 SONDAKH Gilbert 20-04-89 Indonesia 26
21 WILLIAM KURNIAAndre 19-07-91 Indonesia 33
22 RAHMAN Ardi Indonesia 34
23 MAGHA PUTRANyoman 20-01-90 Indonesia 35
24 GODJALI Albert 31-10-91 Indonesia 36
25 ABDILLAH Ganda Indonesia 39
26 PRAWIRA Yudha Indonesia 40
27 ASMARA Dwi Indonesia 41
28 HENDRAWANArief 08-06-88 Indonesia 49
29 SUMUAL Skiva 12-09-87 Indonesia 50
30 SUSANTO David Agung 21-07-91 Indonesia 52
31 SAPOTRO Agil-Fajar Indonesia 54
32 ADRIAN James Indonesia 55
33 SUKMA Rizal 30-12-87 Indonesia 60
34 PRASETYA Wibisana 23/9/90 Indonesia 63
35 GOZALI Calvino Indonesia 67
36 MANDEGANI Danang 05-08-90 Indonesia 68
37 LUKMAN Andreas 06-07-90 Indonesia 69
38 ALFA WIDIARTAErlangga 27-05-90 Indonesia 72
39 DICKY Risyal Indonesia 81
40 PAKPOOMKANOLApidech 02-04-89 Thailand
41 HOSHINO Musashi 05-07-90 Japan
42 KOBAYASHI Kazuma 07-08-88 Japan
43 MORIYA Eiji 17-08-87 Japan
44 NOGUCI Masakatsu 29-07-89 Japan
45 OKABE Shinichiro 14-08-88 Japan
46 KANAGAE Keisuke 31-10-88 Japan
47 SAKAI Yuta 26-10-90 Japan
48 SUGIE Akira 16-10-89 Japan
49 SATO Takashi 19-07-89 Japan
50 KIM Jae-Beom 09-03-89 Korea
51 JOO Young-Whan10-07-90 Korea
52 KIM Won-Yong 09-08-89 Korea
53 WOO Je-Ryang 03-12-89 Korea
54 SON Hyuk-Jae 14-09-90 Korea
55 CHAN Fu-Yen 13-01-90 Taipei
56 TAN HO Joshua Hansel02-04-91 Philippine
57 COETZEN Hendrik 12-08-90 RSA
58 EDWADR STAMDaniel 26-11-87 Thailand
59 YUENGKRAI Thiti 24-02-88 Thailand
60 S. WICKRAMARATNEGreenu Sri Lanka
61 CHUNG Chun-Min 15-07-88 Taipei
62 LEE Wen-Cheng 20-02-88 Taipei
63 LIN Yu-Chun 24-08-90 Taipei
64 CHIA Ryan 10-04-91 Hongkong

Attention :
Sig-in for Qualifying will held on 18 June 2005, before 6.00 pm in hotel Grand Cempaka.

Shine On Silver Moon
Jun 5th, 2005, 03:44 PM
ALTERNATES Boys

1 TEDJO Revel Yehezkia08-03-91 Indonesia
2 SAPUTRA Riyan 12-11-89 Indonesia
3 MASUO Yutaro 23-02-91 Japan
4 LEE Dong-Ju 23-03-91 Korea
5 AMIN BIN MOKHTARAmru 14-01- Malaysia
6 RASHID SAHIBUDEEDHussein15-12-92 Malaysia
7 LIN Keng-Cheng 09-09-90 Taipei
8 FITRIANTO Fajar Indonesia
9 TRI ARIOBIMOPutut Indonesia
10 PURNOMO Sonny 27-02-91 Indonesia
11 NOMOTO Hisashi 16-10-91 Japan
12 LEE Gook-Hee 06-03-91 Korea
13 TAY WHEI ERHNJohn 02-02-91 Malaysia
14 OOI GIM HONGNixon 12-02-91 Malaysia
15 HU Hua-Yang 07-11-91 Taipei
16 ONG Richie 20-09-87 Singapore
17 ERNESTO Matos 01-12-88 Venuzuela
18 RISKITA Yuliandra Indonesia
19 NUGROHO Adji 08-07-91 Indonesia
20 ARSYIL Ervani Indonesia
21 SUZUKI Ko 03-08-91 Japan
22 TADAYAKI Nobuaki 03-01-91 Japan
23 KIM Ki-Seong 18-02-92 Korea
24 RO Young-Min 21-02-92 Korea
25 HUANG Liang-Chi 08-03-92 Taipei
26 LOW Kenneth 15-06-88 Singapore
27 TAN JUN YANGNicholas 26-05-90 Singapore
28 HAMMER Calvin 08-06-89 Indonesia
29 PUTRA Sinatria 06/07/1991 Indonesia
30 WIRANATA Jeremy Ryan 05-01-92 Indonesia
31 KUSUMA Gusti-Jaya Indonesia
32 SONDAKH Gerry 06-12-91 Indonesia
33 LIM WEI MINGNicholas 10-09-90 Singapore
34 YANG Chengjie 30-03-90 Singapore
35 CHIA Jay Min 27-04-91 Singapore
36 TAN Jung YangNicholas 26-05-90 Singapore
37 TRI HADMADANico 18-10-91 Indonesia
38 HARTATO Bangun 12-09-91 Indonesia
39 HISYAM R. M. Ikmal 28-11-92 Indonesia
40 WILLIAM Evander Indonesia
41 DAHANA Faisal Noor Indonesia
42 ARDIAN Yulius Indonesia
43 GANDA SUBRATACarlo 26-09-88 Indonesia
44 GUNADI Christian 05/11/1988 Indonesia
45 PRASTOWO Johan Indonesia
46 SAKTI Dimas Indonesia
47 SAPUTRA Dias Indonesia
48 SETIAWAN Akbar Indonesia
49 ULLY NUHA Fahrizal Indonesia
50 GUO Hong-Bin 29-06-89 Hongkong Late Entry (3 June 05)

Withdrawals
1 KO Ka-Chun 22-11-90 Hongkong Withdrawals 28 May 05
2 OLLSON Jeremy 15-06-88 Hongkong 1421 03 June 05

Harju.
Jun 19th, 2005, 03:35 PM
Last I heard, Denise and Maya Rosa will be playing 10K in Korea. Good luck.

No news about the rest of Indonesian players.

Shine On Silver Moon
Jun 21st, 2005, 08:32 AM
Boys' singles - Main Draw:

Faisal Aidil (INA) vs Arief Hendrawan (INA)
Lee Won Wak (KOR) vs Wang Ying Zheng (CHN)
Yuengkrai Thiti (THA) vs Erlangga Alfa Widiarta (INA)
Gou Hong Bin (HKG)vs Sing Navinder P (IND)
Olivarez Pablo (PHI) vs Sangwan Shiva (IND)
Harry Sasongko Aditya (INA) vs Asmara Dwi (INA)
Suryaatmadja Ganang (INA) vs Hoshino Mushashi (JPN)
Mandegani Danang (INA) vs Park Son Sung (KOR)
Wibowo Ayrton (INA) vs Kim Jae Beom (KOR)
Chen Sa (CHN) vs Purnomo Sonny (INA)
Tanho Joshua H (PHI) vs Morrey Tristan (AUS)
Chandra Chong William (INA) vs Bani Kohar Harahap
(INA)
Um Seul Ki (KOR) vs Wu Chien Chih (TPE)
Issara Khunpol (THA) vs Riskita Julianda (INA)
William Kurnia Andre (INA) vs Kobayashi Kazuma (JPN)
Andrian James (INA) vs Chow Ronald (HKG)
Gomes Allan (IND) vs Jiang Chuan (CHN)
Kurniawan Alvin Putra (INA) vs Chan Fu Yan (TPE)
Prawira Yudha (INA) vs Godjali Albert (INA)
Susanto David Agung (INA) vsWong Tz Chun Gilt (HKG)
Theodor Lenz (INA) vs Zhou Zhou Qing (CHN)
Belwal Rahul (IND) vs Abdillah Ganda (INA)
Matos Ernesto (VEN) vs Edward S Daniel (GBR)
Lee Si Yong (KOR)vs Wijemanne Oshada (SRI)
Narvaez Mieguel Lorenz (PHI) vs Khanna Ujjwal (IND)
Regan Ivan (INA) vs Sondakh Gilbert (INA)
Phutong Krittanu (THA) vs Cheung Ryan (HKG)
Septian Eko (INA) vs Yin Xiao Long (CHN)
Suwandi Seno H (INA) vs Alkautsar Morgan (INA)
Gunawan Fendy (INA) vs Rahman Ardi (INA)
Cho Song Jae (KOR) vs Okabe Shinichiro (JPN)
Gao Lei (CHN) vs Gupta Sumit PRakash (IND)

Shine On Silver Moon
Jul 15th, 2005, 07:57 AM
Beside 2 of 10Ks after Wismilak International, instead of having 2 of 10Ks in December like last year - there will be 25K in East Kalimantan on November 7-13, 2005!:wavey:

Rising Sun
Jul 15th, 2005, 03:13 PM
That's great news. Thanks Adji! :wavey:

Too bad it clashes with the $10K in Philippines & $25K in Australia though. :sad:

Harju.
Jul 17th, 2005, 05:31 PM
oh. thats a shame that it clases with two ITFs. But hopefully Indonesian players are able to capitalize on this especially it's Tarakan.

and i'm just worried that there are no new players that could replace ayu in junior league. so far it's been bleah.

Harju.
Jul 17th, 2005, 05:32 PM
and indonesia lost to china in davis cup.

Shine On Silver Moon
Jul 20th, 2005, 01:03 PM
Budi Basuki, father of former top 20s' player - Yayuk Basuki - passed away this early morning at 03.00 AM (July 20, 2005) in Yogyakarta. Mr Basuki just had surgery for his colon recently. Yayuk has been on his side upon her return from Europe earlier this month after being an ITF coach for junior players. Yayuk's mother passed away about 2 years ago.

Be strong Yayuk!!! I have expressed my personal condolence to her by phone this morning.:sad:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jul 20th, 2005, 01:05 PM
and indonesia lost to china in davis cup.

In September, being held in hot Bangkok maybe...definitely with such players we have Indonesia will be thrown out to Group II easily!!!:lol: :lol: :lol:

Rising Sun
Jul 20th, 2005, 02:01 PM
Budi Basuki, father of former top 20s' player - Yayuk Basuki - passed away this early morning at 03.00 AM (July 20, 2005) in Yogyakarta. Mr Basuki just had surgery for his colon recently. Yayuk has been on his side upon her return from Europe earlier this month after being an ITF coach for junior players. Yayuk's mother passed away about 2 years ago.

Be strong Yayuk!!! I have expressed my personal condolence to her by phone this morning.:sad:
My condolences to the Basuki family. :sad:

pcrtennis
Jul 20th, 2005, 05:45 PM
That's too bad....That's always difficult

Hope she keeps coaching and staying involved in tennis.

Rising Sun
Jul 23rd, 2005, 06:35 AM
Beside 2 of 10Ks after Wismilak International, instead of having 2 of 10Ks in December like last year - there will be 25K in East Kalimantan on November 7-13, 2005!:wavey:
There's now also going to be a $25K in China that week. Since there's going to be a $50K in Korea the preceding week, I'd imagine most players will be play the tourney in China instead.

I'd imagine the field here is going to be extremely weak because of this. Good for the local players, but I can't imagine that the qualifying draw is going to be filled up, especially since it'll be held in East Kalimantan instead of somewhere in Java. :sad:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jul 25th, 2005, 10:37 AM
Instead, she has registered to play at Wismilak Intl and another 10k maybe since she has only 2 tourneys left until her birthday...This week, together with Septi - she plays a national tourney West Java Governor Cup in Bandung, West Java...Ayu is 1st seed for sure...:wavey:

Rising Sun
Jul 25th, 2005, 03:04 PM
Instead, she has registered to play at Wismilak Intl and another 10k maybe since she has only 2 tourneys left until her birthday...This week, together with Septi - she plays a national tourney West Java Governor Cup in Bandung, West Java...Ayu is 1st seed for sure...:wavey:
Only 2? :confused: :eek:

It should be 4.

As a 16 year old, she's played 8 tourneys so far but only 7 of those are counted since she lost in the 1st rd of a $10K (no points) in China. From this year, 16 year olds are allowed to play 11 events (1 more than previous years).

Shine On Silver Moon
Jul 25th, 2005, 03:39 PM
Only 2? :confused: :eek:

It should be 4.

As a 16 year old, she's played 8 tourneys so far but only 7 of those are counted since she lost in the 1st rd of a $10K (no points) in China. From this year, 16 year olds are allowed to play 11 events (1 more than previous years).

I remember you have mentioned about this before...Ayu's coach said that to me...Let me reitirate it again tomorrow when I see him...:wavey:

Shine On Silver Moon
Jul 27th, 2005, 07:06 AM
Latest news, after she went through training again apparently Sandy had to face 2nd surgery on both her knees recently. Poor gal...get well soon, Sandy!!!:wavey:

Rising Sun
Jul 28th, 2005, 02:55 PM
Poor Sandy. She had been playing quite well prior to her injury too... :sad:

Rising Sun
Jul 28th, 2005, 02:56 PM
According to the latest ITF schedule, 2 $10Ks have been added to the calendar in December! :yeah:

http://www.itftennis.com/shared/medialibrary/pdf/original/IO_5837_original.PDF

Harju.
Aug 2nd, 2005, 06:04 PM
Ayu-Fani Damayanti won another local tournament last week, beating Maya Rosa in the final 6-3 3-6 6-0. She won the double tournament too, pairing with Septi Mende, defeated, Denise Harijanto/Maya Rosa 6-4 6-2.

There is another local tournament this week in Jogjakarta. Ayu-Fani, Maya Rosa and Septi Mende are playing here. I'm guessing Romana Tedjakusuma might play here since she's not playing in China with Wynne next week.

Harju.
Aug 2nd, 2005, 06:08 PM
SEMIFINAL 1-Ayu Fani Damayanti d. 3-Eny Sulistyowati 60 75
4-Maya Rosa d. 2-Septi Mende 63 16 75


Someone from Angie's forum who watched the match said that Maya had improved from the last he saw her. Her serve and backhand were great but she's still very inconsistent and her footwork is rather weak.

Harju.
Aug 2nd, 2005, 06:12 PM
BTW, if anyone is interested. Suwandi won the men's event beating Bonit Wirawan. Elbert Sie surprisingly beat Febi Widhiyanto in the quarter final before losing to Bonit.

I'm very concerned with the women's though. The semifinalists are always the same and none of the juniors are good enough to make it big.

Harju.
Aug 2nd, 2005, 06:16 PM
I remember you have mentioned about this before...Ayu's coach said that to me...Let me reitirate it again tomorrow when I see him...:wavey:
Thanks Adjie. At least Ayu gets to play 2 more events for the year. I'm thinking, she, Wynne and Romana are going to play the Asian Championships.

I read somewhere that Ayu-Fani has already been granted a WC in Wismilak (without the pre-qualifying thingy). And pretty sure it's for qualifying events which IMO is good. MD is not her level yet.

Harju.
Aug 7th, 2005, 09:07 AM
Ayu-Fani reached yet another final of local tournament. She beat Maya Rosa 6-1 6-1 in the semifinal to meet her double partner, Septi Mende, who beat Lavinia Tanata in straight sets too, 6-1 6-1.

Both Ayu-Fani and Septi Mende also reached the final to meet Lavinia Tanata and Maya Rosa.

Rising Sun
Aug 7th, 2005, 10:46 AM
Do the players receive any prizemoney for these local tourneys? Any incentives for playing them? :confused:

BTW, who's likely to get the MD WC at Bali? :confused:

Harju.
Aug 7th, 2005, 04:00 PM
Do the players receive any prizemoney for these local tourneys? Any incentives for playing them? :confused:

BTW, who's likely to get the MD WC at Bali? :confused:
No incentives but only prize money. I'm guessing Ayu-Fani played here for the prize money and for the sake of playing since she can't play ITF tournaments :shrug:. She specially needs the money for playing more tournaments since she is without sponsor atm, I believe.

Harju.
Aug 9th, 2005, 03:07 AM
Ayu-Fani won the title, beating Septi Mende in three tough sets 6-4 3-6 6-2. She won the double title too with Mende, winning 6-1 7-6(4).

Harju.
Aug 9th, 2005, 04:33 PM
Ayu-Fani and Septi Mende will be participating another local tournament on 22nd August. It's an inter-state competition. Ayu, Septi, Liza Andriyani and Mia Sacca would play for Jakarta.

Then they said that their next schedule would be Wismilak. Based on the news that I read, seemingly Septi Mende too gets a qualifying WC.

Rising Sun
Aug 9th, 2005, 05:51 PM
That's good news. :)

It sux that it's only a 16 player qualifying draw. :mad:

Imagine how many more Indonesians could make it in with their own ranking if it was a 32 player draw. :rolleyes:

Shine On Silver Moon
Aug 11th, 2005, 10:12 AM
Number one male player, Prima Simpatiaji (183 cm/65 kg) known as a big server here has signed 2 years contract with Head. He is now using Head Flexpoint Radical OS just like Agassi, Ferrero, Safin and Myskina...Not only racquette but all including the apparel...With his current ATP 661, he is aiming to be below 400s by the end of 2005...All the best, Primbon!!!;)

Harju.
Aug 24th, 2005, 04:01 AM
The 4 Indonesians taht are playing @ Islamic Games are Ayu-Fani, Wynne Prakusya, Septi Mende and Maya Rosa.

Romana Tedjakusuma was supposedly playing, however, she had to take care of some documents @ US or something.

Harju.
Aug 24th, 2005, 04:16 AM
Inter-State competion aka Gudang Garam League results :

(1) DKI Jakarta def. D.I Yogyakarta 3-0
Ayu Fani Damayanti def. Wine Pramestiningrum 62 61
Septi Mende def. Astri Purnawati 61 63.
Ayu Fani Damayanti/Mia Sacca def. Ida Sutedja/Tita 61 61.

(2) Jawa Barat def. Riau 3-0.
Maya Rosa def. Reno Fitriasari 60 60.
Denise Harijanto def. Norma Mangunsong 63 16 03 ret.
Doubles scores unknown.

Jawa Timur def. Jawa Tengah 3-0.
Patricia Soesilo def. Iliana I 62 36 62.
Dian Mayasari def. Elfa Pahlevi 61 60.
Patricia Soesilo/Widhi Setyorini def. Iliana I/ Hening W 62 61.

Harju.
Aug 26th, 2005, 06:54 PM
Two top seeds are meeting in the final.

(1) DKI Jakarta def. Sumsel 2-0
Septi Mende def. Vivien Silvany 6-2, 2-6, 6-4. :retard: @ Septi losing a set.
Ayu Fani Damayanti def. Lutfiana AB 6-4, 6-2.

(2) Jabar def. Jatim
Maya Rosa lost to Patricia Soesilo6-4 0-6 4-6 :retard:
Denise Harijanto def. Dian Mayasari, 7-6(3) 6-4. :banana: (Dian is a decent player)
Eny Sulistyowati/Maya Rosa def. Patricia Soesilo/Rukmini 6-0 6-1

Yayuk Basuki is the captain for DKI Jakarta. And she said that Liza Andriyani will be playing in the final tomorrow. :banana: So excited to see Liza playing again.

DKI will win, hands down. Ayu will seal 2 matches from single and doubles. I really really hope Denise would win her match.

Harju.
Aug 26th, 2005, 07:01 PM
There are 2 WCs in MD and 2 WCs in QD @ Wismilak. I know Wynne would get one WC for qualifying. And pretty sure that Ayu is getting one too, but I'm not too sure which one she's gotten. Most prolly is qualifying.

Harju.
Aug 27th, 2005, 03:58 PM
(1) DKI Jakarta def. (2) Jabar 2-0

Septi Mende def. Denise Harijanto, 6-1 7-5
Ayu-Fani Damayanti def. Eny Sulistyowati 6-2 6-4.

I'm surprised Maya Rosa didn't play :shrug:. And that Liza is not playing either :sobbing:.

Now good luck @ Wismilak Ayu and Septi :aparty:

Harju.
Aug 31st, 2005, 07:49 PM
Well apparently, there are also individual matches for the League.

Surprise, surprise. Ayu-Fani and Septi Mende played here.

(1) Ayu-Fani Damayanti def. Denise Harijanto 6-0 6-4.
Eny Sulistyowati def. (4) Lavinia Tananta 6-4 6-4.
(3) Maya Rosa def. Lutfiana A Budiharto 7-6 1-6 6-1.
(2) Septi Mende def. Vivien Silfany 3-6 6-2 7-5. (Vivi lead 5-3 at final set; Septi had back injury)

The same players OVER and OVER and OVER again, though at least the score was a tad closer.

Harju.
Aug 31st, 2005, 07:57 PM
Just found out that Islamic Games clashes with the 10K in Jakarta :(

Ayu-Fani and Septi are on the commitment list but the news that I read about the local tourney just now stated that the two are playing at Islamic Games.

I hope Ayu-Fani sticks with the 10K cause it'd do good for her rank since she hasn't played competitive tennis for months. And I wonder whether her coach has known about her being able to play 4 more tourneys instead of 2. I think not since the coach would have thought she only have 1 tourney left after Wismilak :(.

Anyway the commitment list for the 10K @ Jakarta :

Main Draw

Pos Name Nation Ranking Special Points Priority Information

1 HSU, Wen-Hsin TPE 343 1
2 CHAKRAVARTHI, Rushmi IND 384 2
3 DAMAYANTI, Ayu-Fani INA 469
4 LUKIC, Vojislava SCG 503 4
5 REDDY, Punam IND 561 1
6 VANNESTE, Charlene FRA 608 4
7 SZATMARI, Agnes ROM 609 1
8 LUANGNAM, Nudnida THA 638 2
9 HWANG, I-Hsuan TPE 644 2
10 VENKATARAMAN, Archana IND 689 1
11 MENDE, Septi INA 749=
12 ROMA, Geraldine SWE 760 3
13 KITAZAKI, Etsuko JPN 764 3
14 THONGDACH, Pichittra THA 780 1
15 PHADKE, Sonal IND 796= 1
16 HORIKAWA, Naoko JPN 820 1
17 KIM, Hae-Sung KOR 835 2
18 DZIEDZIC, Julia AUS 856 1

Harju.
Sep 1st, 2005, 04:03 PM
Ayu-Fani Damayanti vs Septi Mende final.

(1) Damayanti def. Sulistyowati 6-1 6-2
(2) Mende def. (3) Rosa 6-3 6-4.

Ayu-Fani cut her hair. Here's Ayu and Septi pic.

http://www.pelti.org/images/news/img2327_b.jpg?1125589865

Harju.
Sep 2nd, 2005, 03:44 PM
Ayu-Fani and Septi have withdrawn from the 10K.

OTH, Ayu-Fani should concentrate on 25K or even 50K this season.

Harju.
Sep 3rd, 2005, 04:12 PM
Final :

(1) Ayu-Fani Damayanti def. Septi Mende 6-0 6-1
(1) Ayu-Fani Damyanti/Septi Mende def. Denise Harijanto/Maya Rosa 6-2 6-1.

Ayu has swept all the titles again for the third time within a month. Hope somehow it boasts her confidence.

Next schedule : Wismilak Bali. :woohoo:

Harju.
Sep 5th, 2005, 07:54 PM
Another local tournament.

Seeds :

1. Ayu-Fani Damayanti
2. Septi Mende
3. Maya Rosa
4. Lavinia Tanata

Makes me wonder, aren't Wismilak qualifying rounds played this week? :shrug:. Does that mean Ayu-Fani gets a MD WC or she's not getting any? Pffft.

Harju.
Sep 8th, 2005, 08:12 AM
:shrug:

4 top seeds reached SF. I still have no idea what is Ayu doing here. Wismilak qualifying is starting on Friday/Saturday.

(1) Ayu Fani Damayanti def. (7) Denise Harijanto 6-1 6-3
(4) Lavinia Tanata def. Luftiana AB 1-6 6-2 6-2
(3) Maya Rosa def. Jessy Rompies 6-7 6-4 6-1
(2) Septi Mende def. (5) Eny Sulistyowati 6-3 7-5

Doubles
(1) Ayu Fani Damayanti/Septi Mende def. Mutiar Praditta Debbi/Pricilia Anggraeni 6-0 6-0.
(4) Golda Rubina/Lavinia Tananta def. Beatrice Gumulya/Lutfiana A Budihardjo 6-7(5) 6-4 7-5 .
(3) Denise Harijanto/Eny Sulistyowati def. Agustina Wibisono/Dewi Fortuna 6-2 6-1.
Jessy Rompies/Marieke Gunawan def. (2) Maya Rosa/Patricia Soesilo 7-6(5) 2-6 6-4.

Jessy Rompies was the talk of the tournament. She beat Lee Wei Ping of Singapore (coached by Dedy P aka Ayu's coach) and Patricia Soesilo (sixth seeded).

Rising Sun
Sep 8th, 2005, 08:50 AM
Does Bali qualies start on Friday/Saturday? Maybe it starts on Sunday since it's a 16 player draw... :confused:

Or perhaps Ayu's received a MD WC now? :confused:

Harju.
Sep 8th, 2005, 11:39 AM
The Wismilak director wanted to give a surprise about who's getting the MD WC. And the chance of Ayu getting it is pretty high since the WC was meant for Angie. :shrug:. Not too sure though.

A QD WC is definately better for Ayu than MD just to test how far she can stretch against top 200 players. So far, on WTA level, she's been beaten by ALG, Dulko, Bartoli. All are top 50 players on that time. And by Wynne for the last 2 tournaments.

If Ayu wins this tournament, she has already clinched at least US$7,000. Good for her since she has no sponsor.

Harju.
Sep 8th, 2005, 04:03 PM
Ayu Fani lost to Lavinia Tanata 2-6 0-6 :eek: :smash:. I knew it. She's overplayed and was tired throughout the whole match. I hope she rests well for Wismilak.

Lavinia will face Septi Mende in the final who beat Maya Rosa 6-4 6-2.

Pic of Lavinia :

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v314/felixk/img2340_b.jpg

Rising Sun
Sep 8th, 2005, 08:23 PM
Thanks for the pic of Lavinia. First time I've seen how she looks like. :)

I don't want to speculate here, but perhaps Ayu lost on purpose to get to Bali early? :confused:

Regarding the WC, I also agree that the qualifying WC would be better for her. Wynne is better off receiving the MD WC (although I think the qualifying WC is good enough at this stage), IMO.

jirobkk
Sep 9th, 2005, 02:10 AM
The Wismilak director wanted to give a surprise about who's getting the MD WC. And the chance of Ayu getting it is pretty high since the WC was meant for Angie. :shrug:. Not too sure though.

A QD WC is definately better for Ayu than MD just to test how far she can stretch against top 200 players. So far, on WTA level, she's been beaten by ALG, Dulko, Bartoli. All are top 50 players on that time. And by Wynne for the last 2 tournaments.

If Ayu wins this tournament, she has already clinched at least US$7,000. Good for her since she has no sponsor.

Thanks for the news.
I just noticed that Ayu withdrew from 10K Jakarta. Do you know why ? I think she ahs a good chance to do well in her hometown tourney.

Rising Sun
Sep 9th, 2005, 04:41 AM
Thanks for the news.
I just noticed that Ayu withdrew from 10K Jakarta. Do you know why ? I think she ahs a good chance to do well in her hometown tourney.
She is playing the Muslim Women's Games. :(

jirobkk
Sep 9th, 2005, 06:11 AM
She is playing the Muslim Women's Games. :(

I see. Thank you :wavey:

Harju.
Sep 10th, 2005, 10:34 AM
Lavinia Tanata won the event beating Septi Mende 6-3 7-5. Congrats to Lavinia for winning her first ever senior event in Indonesia. :worship:

Ayu-Fani was really sick during her match against Tanata, she called medical time-out and was throwing up. :(. She and Septi won the doubles event though.

Stupid decision IMO. She is playing her qualifying match like tomorrow and she had to fly all the way to Bali. :banghead:

Harju.
Sep 10th, 2005, 10:37 AM
(1) Martina Muller (GER) bye
(7) Sophie Ferguson (AUS) v Clare Curran (GER)

(2) Li Ting (CHN) v Ayu Fani Damayanti (INA)
(5) Zi Yan (CHN) v Septi Mende (INA)

(3) Ryoko Fuda (JPN) v Trudi Musgrave (AUS)
(8) Leticia Sobral (BRA) v Tomoko Yonemura (JPN)

(4) Sun Tian Tian (CHN) v Denise Harijanto (INA)
(6) Maria Jose Agreri (ARG) v Mayumi Yamamoto (JPN)

Tough tough draw me thinks especially against the Chinese. The WC given to Denise is a big question mark to me. They are at least 2 better players than her : Lavinia Tanata and Maya Rosa.

Rising Sun
Sep 10th, 2005, 01:28 PM
I'd assume neither Lavinia nor Maya turned up for the sign-ins. The reason why Denise was able to get in is because there were no other players. :o

Pierce4ever
Sep 10th, 2005, 04:47 PM
Will Romana Tedjakusuma get a WC for MD?

pcrtennis
Sep 10th, 2005, 06:42 PM
Will Romana Tedjakusuma get a WC for MD?


ooooh....good question!

Harju.
Sep 10th, 2005, 06:47 PM
Highly unlikely since the last I heard Romana was busy taking care of stuffs in USA.

Rising Sun
Sep 10th, 2005, 06:54 PM
Highly unlikely since the last I heard Romana was busy taking care of stuffs in USA.
What do you mean by stuff in the US? Like visas, etc? :confused:

Romana's entered some US Challengers anyway. :)

BTW, does anybody know if Lavinia Tananta plans to make a career in tennis? She seems to have some talent...

Harju.
Sep 10th, 2005, 06:58 PM
I'm not too sure about what were the stuffs. I just knew that Romana was supposed to play @ Islamic Games too but had to fly back to US and thus was replaced by Maya Rosa.

Oh, she has? What tournaments? Good to hear.

I don't know about Lavinia. I don't really have much news since I'm not in Indonesia. Maybe Adjie could help or something. All I know she's 18 and a small girl and improved alot since last year.

Rising Sun
Sep 10th, 2005, 07:08 PM
Thanks anyway. :)

Romana's so far entered:

- $75K Albuquerque, USA (Week of 19 Sep)
- $25K Pelham, USA (Week of 26 Sep)

I assume she'll play a few more after those too. :D

Harju.
Sep 10th, 2005, 07:15 PM
That's great to hear. I thought Mama Martina would dump her after the Fed Cup. But I think she was already nominated to play @ SEA Games together with Wynne Prakusya.

Everything turns out great now. Romana playing again, Wynne starts to play WTA tourneys again. Ayu and Septi rocking local tournaments :tape: and Angie will mostly start to play next season. Someone said on Angie's forum that Angie looked FAB when she was presenting an award last month.

Rising Sun
Sep 10th, 2005, 07:24 PM
Yeah, things are looking good. All I hope is that they all stay healthy...

Do you think that Mama Martina will dump Romana once Angie comes back onto to the scene? I hope not. :sad:

I can understand why Ayu's playing these local tournaments as she's still under a restricted schedule, but why on earth is Septi not playing overseas? She hasn't done so since $25K Hochiminh. :mad:

As for Angie, I hope she starts off with $10Ks. She should definitely not jump into WTA events straight away since she has a year to use her PR.

Shine On Silver Moon
Sep 11th, 2005, 12:00 AM
:shrug:

4 top seeds reached SF. I still have no idea what is Ayu doing here. Wismilak qualifying is starting on Friday/Saturday.

(1) Ayu Fani Damayanti def. (7) Denise Harijanto 6-1 6-3
(4) Lavinia Tanata def. Luftiana AB 1-6 6-2 6-2
(3) Maya Rosa def. Jessy Rompies 6-7 6-4 6-1
(2) Septi Mende def. (5) Eny Sulistyowati 6-3 7-5

Doubles
(1) Ayu Fani Damayanti/Septi Mende def. Mutiar Praditta Debbi/Pricilia Anggraeni 6-0 6-0.
(4) Golda Rubina/Lavinia Tananta def. Beatrice Gumulya/Lutfiana A Budihardjo 6-7(5) 6-4 7-5 .
(3) Denise Harijanto/Eny Sulistyowati def. Agustina Wibisono/Dewi Fortuna 6-2 6-1.
Jessy Rompies/Marieke Gunawan def. (2) Maya Rosa/Patricia Soesilo 7-6(5) 2-6 6-4.

Jessy Rompies was the talk of the tournament. She beat Lee Wei Ping of Singapore (coached by Dedy P aka Ayu's coach) and Patricia Soesilo (sixth seeded).

Wei Ping used to be coached by Deddy Tedjamukti (Angie's coach) and not by Deddy Prasetyo...;)

Shine On Silver Moon
Sep 11th, 2005, 12:06 AM
She is a small gal from Semarang, Central Java...I knew since she was junior, she could be a dark horse...She reminds us of Wynne when she is on court but actually Vivin is truly a baseliner...She can hit hard with top spins into the baseline...While Angie is not active, in the last few months - Deddy Tedjamukti has been Vivin's coach...She has improved so far with her good defense as well...I still doubt her physical fitness though...:confused:

Harju.
Sep 11th, 2005, 04:33 AM
Yeah, things are looking good. All I hope is that they all stay healthy...

Do you think that Mama Martina will dump Romana once Angie comes back onto to the scene? I hope not. :sad:

I can understand why Ayu's playing these local tournaments as she's still under a restricted schedule, but why on earth is Septi not playing overseas? She hasn't done so since $25K Hochiminh. :mad:

As for Angie, I hope she starts off with $10Ks. She should definitely not jump into WTA events straight away since she has a year to use her PR.

I'm not too sure about dumping Romana, however, Mama Martina only have Angie, Wynne, Sandy and Romana now. There rest of the players have flown out of PELTI

Well Ayu and Septi are under the same coach, and usually when they travel, the coach isn't with them. So I understand why Septi doesn't want to travel alone.

Last I heard, Angie is too nominated for SEA Games. So she would start playing there.

Harju.
Sep 11th, 2005, 04:35 AM
Wei Ping used to be coached by Deddy Tedjamukti (Angie's coach) and not by Deddy Prasetyo...;)
:lol: I got confused. There are too many Dedys. :p

Any news about Sandy :wavey:

Harju.
Sep 11th, 2005, 04:37 AM
Li Ting def. Ayu Fani Damayanti 6-4 6-1. Kinda expected that :o. Not a very wise decision from Ayu to play at the local tournament IMO. Wismilak should be her priority.

pcrtennis
Sep 11th, 2005, 04:47 AM
Poor Ayu....Indonesian players who seem to have so much talent and potential always reach this point of stagnation where they don't seem to imporve on their results anymore....it happened with Angie over the last few years and now with Ayu....it's very frustrating cause there's so much talent there.

Harju.
Sep 11th, 2005, 04:57 AM
Lol, Ayu is still improving and is the next upcoming player from Indonesia. She is still 16 and she has won a couple of 10Ks this year and reached QF @ 25K Ho Chi Minh before losing to Wynne. She's been playing local tournaments (and winning them) because she's under this Age Restriction Rule. (And she's supposed to have 3 more but her coach thought she only has one more since ITF has sent a wrong warning :smash: ). She's in top 500 and considering that last year at this time of the year she was unranked, is pretty remarkable.

pcrtennis
Sep 11th, 2005, 04:59 AM
Lol, Ayu is still improving and is the next upcoming player from Indonesia. She is still 16 and she has won a couple of 10Ks this year and reached QF @ 25K Ho Chi Minh before losing to Wynne. She's been playing local tournaments (and winning them) because she's under this Age Restriction Rule. (And she's supposed to have 3 more but her coach thought she only has one more since ITF has sent a wrong warning :smash: ). She's in top 500 and considering that last year at this time of the year she was unranked, is pretty remarkable.


Oh I guess your right......I just rarely hear her results....hope she keeps improving!

Harju.
Sep 11th, 2005, 05:05 AM
Ayu is without sponsor as of now which is sad. I guess that's why she's been playing these local tournaments. To get more money and also to play more matches. But she's overplayed herself (4 full weeks since she's won the singles and the doubles) and thus, the loss. According to the match report, Ayu was already running out of gas by the second set. And I think this loss should teach her a thing or two about scheduling.

pcrtennis
Sep 11th, 2005, 05:06 AM
Shouldn't her coach know something about that already?

Harju.
Sep 11th, 2005, 05:15 AM
About what?

pcrtennis
Sep 11th, 2005, 05:19 AM
Scheduling?

Harju.
Sep 11th, 2005, 01:45 PM
Scheduling?
:shrug: Beats me.

Sun Tian Tian def. Denise Harijanto 6-1 6-0 :o. Not so surprising. Still at least a game then double bagels. :tape:

Ayu-Fani Damayanti/Septi Mende lost to Ryoko Fuda/Aiko Nakamura 8-9(7). So close. :(

Only left Septi Mende and Wynne Prakusya in the draw. Good luck. Wynne Prakusya will face a qualifier in the MD.

Harju.
Sep 12th, 2005, 09:47 AM
Septi Mende lost 1-6 2-6 to Zi Yan. Expected though :shrug:

Harju.
Sep 12th, 2005, 06:18 PM
I have the first report of Ayu's match against Li Ting from Angie's forum.

The beginning of the match was really close. Ayu, who likes to combine her top spin with backhand crosst court, was able to confuse Ting. At 4-4, Ayu made a fatal mistake by losing her chance to take a lead in the match. Ayu couldn't convert the point even though she had constructed her shot nicely with a forehand to the corner right which was returned with a lob that Ayu should have smashed easily. Unfortunately, the overhead shot that Ayu made to the left was out. Ayu looked really down after that and Ting took the set easily.

Ayu's disadvantage was her weak serve. Other than that, Ayu is still very inconsistent, as she constantly made easy errors. On the other hand, Ting has a great serve and her footwork is good as she was able to match Ayu's play which was making her run from one corner to the other corner.

If Ayu wants to have a better ranking, she needs to improve her serve.

Sorry for the sucky translation. My Indonesian is a little rusty and my English isn't that good either.

pcrtennis
Sep 14th, 2005, 06:31 AM
Anyone who is familiar with Indonesian tennis know anything about Eveline Rusdianto? Was she good? What was the deal with her and where is she now??

Rising Sun
Sep 14th, 2005, 10:45 AM
Eveline is playing NCAA tennis now.

http://www.drakebulldogs.org/womenstennis/roster.php

pcrtennis
Sep 14th, 2005, 03:37 PM
Was she any good?

Rising Sun
Sep 14th, 2005, 05:03 PM
Was she any good?
Here are her career results:

http://photo910.tripod.com/cgi-bin/wta.pl?p1=1656

Why the sudden interest in her? :)

Harju.
Sep 24th, 2005, 06:42 AM
Thanks anyway. :)

Romana's so far entered:

- $75K Albuquerque, USA (Week of 19 Sep)
- $25K Pelham, USA (Week of 26 Sep)

I assume she'll play a few more after those too. :D
Romana is now on the qualifying list of $50K Troy. The week after Pelham.

Romana lost in the QF of Albuquerque (after having to qualify) to Drake in straight sets 4-6 1-6. A good result from Romana who is now ranked ahead of Ayu-Fani. :worship:

Harju.
Sep 25th, 2005, 06:26 PM
Romana is on alternate list on 50K San Fransisco. That'd be her forth week in a row. Good for her. She's in the double final with Tongsalee. Hopefully she can win.

Harju.
Sep 25th, 2005, 06:33 PM
Women Islamic Games

Indonesia def. Azerbaijan 2-0
Ayu Fani Damayanti def. Shukufa Adbullahyeva 6-0 6-0
Wynne Prakusya def. ?? 6-1 6-0.

Wynne was complaining about the unprofessionalism of the umpire, lines(wo)men and the ball girls. She said that the umpire often made mistakes about the scores and serves. And also the ball girls were so slow that the players had to pick the ball themselves. There were also no scoreboards and stuffs.

Indonesia is at Group B with Sudan, Cyprus, Kuwait, dan Azerbaijan.
While Group A consists of Iran, Senegal, Turkmenistan, Armenia, dan Pakistan.

The competition is so weak that I think even Denise would have won :o. Wasted opportunity for Wynne, Ayu, Septi and Maya to play ITF/WTA since there are 10Ks in Indonesia and 25Ks @ OZ and also WTA tournaments @ China.

Rising Sun
Sep 25th, 2005, 07:17 PM
Thanks for the news. :)

I guess the unprofessionalism isn't surprising. :o

I really hope the lower ranked Indonesian players get an opportunity to play instead of using Ayu and Wynne unnecessarily for all the matches, just like Fed Cup in the past. :rolleyes:

Harju.
Sep 28th, 2005, 03:23 PM
The individual matches :

Septi Mende def. Gayov Tunyan 6-1 6-1.
Wynne Prakusya def. Asse Berthe 6-0 6-1.
Ayu Fani Damayanti def. Kanyan Nansyuk 6-1 6-2.
Arghavan Rezai def. Maya Rosa 6-2 6-4. :help: :cuckoo:.

Septi will face Wynne in the SF while Ayu will face the Iranian, Arghavan. I don't know why on earth is Martina thinking to send them to play here :help:. Even on badminton, they sent the third-class atheletes.

Harju.
Sep 28th, 2005, 03:28 PM
K, the news that I read said that Rezai is first seeded. So it's either they made mistake or it was France's Aravane Rezai who's playing. (most prolly it's france's since i know that countries like US and UK are participating @ this game)

pcrtennis
Sep 28th, 2005, 07:06 PM
Ummm....it is rediculous that Wynne is wasting her time her....does she have to play here?

Rising Sun
Sep 28th, 2005, 07:57 PM
If it really is Aravane Rezai, then it was a good effort for Maya to get 6 games off her. :)

Felix, do you know how many rounds of individual matches there were before QF? :confused:

kfh_9118
Sep 28th, 2005, 10:44 PM
Poor Wynne, she would have prefer to play the real tour so much.

Stupid decision from the INA tennis organisation :mad:

Harju.
Sep 29th, 2005, 04:38 AM
Ummm....it is rediculous that Wynne is wasting her time her....does she have to play here?
Wynne is under Martina (the head of Indonesian Tennis Federation), so she had to play when instructed.

Harju.
Sep 29th, 2005, 04:40 AM
If it really is Aravane Rezai, then it was a good effort for Maya to get 6 games off her. :)

Felix, do you know how many rounds of individual matches there were before QF? :confused:
Yep, if it's France's Rezai, the it wasn't that bad loss. :o

I think there's only one round before QF. I'm not too sure cause I remembered only seeing the news of first round results (which are mostly double bagels :o) and then after that is already QF results. Could be wrong though.

Harju.
Sep 29th, 2005, 05:11 AM
Arghavan Rezai def. Ayu Fani Damayanti 6-3 6-3. :bigcry:
Wynne Prakusya def. Septi Mende 5-7 6-1 6-2.

On the team competition, Indonesia also reached the final beating Kuwait 2-0.
Wynne Prakusya def. Behbahani Sara 6-0 6-0
Septi Mende def. Ebstade Ghozlan 6-0 6-0.

sandg
Sep 29th, 2005, 06:05 AM
K, the news that I read said that Rezai is first seeded. So it's either they made mistake or it was France's Aravane Rezai who's playing. (most prolly it's france's since i know that countries like US and UK are participating @ this game)

maybe this link can answer it,

http://www.wtatour.com/players/playerprofiles/PlayerBio2.asp?PlayerID=311791

Harju.
Sep 30th, 2005, 04:40 PM
Indonesia won one gold medal, one silver and one (two) bronzes @ Islamic Games.

Indonesia def. Iran 2-1
Ayu Fani Damayanti def. Shahrzab Shahnazari 6-1 6-1
Wynne Prakusya lost to Aravane Rezai 2-6 6-7.
Wynne Prakusya/Ayu Fani Damayanti def. Aravane Rezai/Shadi Tabatabai 6-0 6-0.

Wynne Prakusya lost her final match to Aravane Rezai 2-6 6-4 2-6.

Harju.
Sep 30th, 2005, 04:41 PM
maybe this link can answer it,

http://www.wtatour.com/players/playerprofiles/PlayerBio2.asp?PlayerID=311791
thanks for the link :wavey:

Harju.
Sep 30th, 2005, 05:12 PM
Some interesting reading translated roughly.

Indonesia team clincehed the gold medal after beating the home country, Iran in the final at Women Islamic Games 2005.

On the first tie, the first single, Ayu Fani Damayanti won her match easily against Iranian, Shahrzab Shahnazari 6-1, 6-1, however Iran took the second tie when Indonesian, Wynne Prakusya lose to Arghavan Rezai 2-6 6-7, and hence the doubles had to play to determine the winner. On the decisive tie, Prakusya who teamed up with Damayanti, clinched the gold when they defeated the Iranians, Rezai/Tabatabai in a whooping 6-0 6-0. Armenia took the bronze, beating Azerbaijan.

The match between Rezai and Prakusya was very tensed as the umpire kept on making mistake that was seen to disfavour Indonesia. Indonesia team captain Jeanine Marieke questioned the umpired several times but they were ignored or unaccepted.

Septi Mende thought that the umpire did not meet the standard because she did not understand some of the rules.

"She made mistakes, the ball that was supposed to be in was called out and vice versa. She did not want to go down to the court to see the mark whereas it is the clay court. The marks are visible," said Septi.

Even on the last point of the double match, Indonesian's first serve was unable to be returned because it hit the opponent's foot, however the umpire took it as a fault.

"Actually we should have won that point," said Wynne who protested the umpire however, went along with the umpire's asking for second serve.

Even though she managed to snatch the gold, Wynne failed to take the gold at the individual match when she was beaten by the first seed Arghavan Rezai of Iran. In a match that lasted for more than 2 hours, Wynne lost 2-6, 6-4, 2-6.

The match that was played late for almost than half an hour took place in the unpleasant way for Indonesian, as the Rezai's father was screaming with loud tones and was pointing (middle fingers?) at the Indonesian team.

The captain team questioned the behaviour to the umpire but instead of getting a satisfactory answer, they were asked to keep calm.

Even though the match is supposed to be closed for men, Rezai's father was admitted to the court.

:haha: As far as I know, Rezai's dad has always been ass but the umpires were being unfair. And how come Rezai represented Iran? :confused:

Harju.
Sep 30th, 2005, 05:15 PM
On the other news, Luftiana AB reached SF this week @ 10K Balikpapan before losing to Wen-Hsin. A week earlier, she reached QF and lost to Mam (Pichittra). Those were her first official ITF senior tour. Not a shabby result at all ;).

Romana Tedjakusuma reached the QF of $25K Pelham and would face Rossana de-los Rios. While Wynne Prakusya would begin her WTA question @ Tashkent qualifying where she would face Ksenia.

Rising Sun
Sep 30th, 2005, 06:55 PM
OMG, how unprofessional. If only Mama Martina was there to see what a big mistake she made by sending them there. :o :(

I guess Aravane must have dual citizenship. Perhaps she's not allowed to play Fed Cup for France? :confused:

Harju.
Oct 1st, 2005, 06:07 AM
:shrug: Why would Mama Martina care about this matter. So long she sent the best team and brought some medals for Indonesia, she'd be rewarded.

Indonesian Sea Games Team :
Angelique Widjaja
Wynne Prakusya
Romana Tedjakusuma
Ayu-Fani Damatanti

Septi Mende will replace Angie in case Angie isn't ready for Sea Games.

Rising Sun
Oct 1st, 2005, 07:33 AM
Good SEA Games team. :)
Perhaps Angie should play a couple of $10Ks in Asia just before the SEA Games? :confused:

Rising Sun
Oct 3rd, 2005, 09:52 PM
Any idea what Dea Sumantri is up to these days? :confused:

She's finished with NCAAs so I thought she would have turned pro by now...

Harju.
Oct 10th, 2005, 04:06 PM
Confirmed. Angie will withdraw from Sea Games. :bigcry:.

Rising Sun
Oct 29th, 2005, 03:00 AM
The $10Ks in December have been cancelled. I wonder why? :mad:

Harju.
Nov 3rd, 2005, 12:11 PM
No idea about this. Let me try to get some info.

BTW, Sandy will be playing next week's 25K in JKT :banana:. Welcome back Sandy.

Harju.
Nov 10th, 2005, 12:54 PM
Maya Rosa and Lavinia Tanata is now under Deddy T (Angie's coach). Maya is now sponsored by a big businessman from Indonesia, however, Maya might further her study in US next year if she doesn't improve her result. Maya still has the best serve amongst the Indonesians.

Ayu, Wynne and Lavinia reached the $25K of Jakarta beating Yung-Jan Chan, Hwang I Hsuan and Patricia Soesilo respectively. Great result for the locals.

Rising Sun
Nov 10th, 2005, 01:36 PM
Thanks for the news. :)

Good to hear that Maya has a sponsor, but I don't think she should give up on the pro tour until she plays a full year on the ITF circuit, which she has not done yet. She's only played 5 tourneys this year! :eek:

Any info regarding the $10Ks? :confused:

Harju.
Nov 13th, 2005, 06:48 AM
No news regarding the 10Ks yet. :shrug:.

Updates for the week :

I don't know about Maya. She should have played in Manilla this week. The juniors would be competing in Solo this week. Romana will play @ 75K Tuscon. Ayu-Fani still has a limited schedule though someone said that her serve still stunks. Lufti is also under Dedy T now apparently. Angie will not use her SR @ AO :shrug:.

Harju.
Nov 27th, 2005, 02:34 PM
Lutfiana AB won her second consecutive ITF Junior title this week. :banana:.

It's been such a long time that there's junior winning title after title after Sandy/Septi/Ayu time, so it's kinda a good news for us. Moreover the 4 semifinalists this week are all Indonsians.

The most potential junior is definately Lutfi. She's now under Angie's coach. And she's 15 years old. She has moved from her hometown to Jakarta to train. Her posture is pretty small though, so hopefully she still can grow a little more. Mia Sacca was hyped and was coached by Yayuk's husband, then she was injured and then didn't live up to her expectations.

The next crop of juniors [The 91s] are Jogasuria twins and Beatrice Gulmuya. The rest haven't showed much potential yet.

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 31st, 2005, 02:56 AM
Lutfiana AB won her second consecutive ITF Junior title this week. :banana:.

It's been such a long time that there's junior winning title after title after Sandy/Septi/Ayu time, so it's kinda a good news for us. Moreover the 4 semifinalists this week are all Indonsians.

The most potential junior is definately Lutfi. She's now under Angie's coach. And she's 15 years old. She has moved from her hometown to Jakarta to train. Her posture is pretty small though, so hopefully she still can grow a little more. Mia Sacca was hyped and was coached by Yayuk's husband, then she was injured and then didn't live up to her expectations.

The next crop of juniors [The 91s] are Jogasuria twins and Beatrice Gulmuya. The rest haven't showed much potential yet.

FYI, Lutfiana is not being coached by Angie's coach. Lutfiana is being trained in Martina's camp...;)