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Old Apr 21st, 2003, 09:30 AM   #136
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Nice win by both Wynne & Angie
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Old Apr 21st, 2003, 10:06 AM   #137
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Su Wei was leading 4-1 in the second however Angie managed to take the next 5 It's very ubusual since she usually chokes
Actually Su-Wei is usually a better choker than Angie .
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Old Apr 21st, 2003, 10:17 AM   #138
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Actually Su-Wei is usually a better choker than Angie .
Good luck to both girls tomorrow I hope Hsieh will return to WTA Tour soon. Lin, any sign that she will compete in RG qualifying?
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Old Apr 21st, 2003, 11:41 AM   #139
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Good luck to both girls tomorrow I hope Hsieh will return to WTA Tour soon. Lin, any sign that she will compete in RG qualifying?
No, she won't play RG qualifying as she isn't ranked high enough to get in. Plus she has other plan .

Good luck to Indonesia team tomorrow .
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No, she won't play RG qualifying as she isn't ranked high enough to get in. Plus she has other plan .

Good luck to Indonesia team tomorrow .
What plan does she have?
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Indonesia def. Kazakhstan 3-0
W.Prakusya(INA) def. M.Shpak(KAZ) 6-1,6-0
A.Widjaja(INA) def. K.Jarlkaganova(KAZ) 6-0,6-0
W.Prakusya/A.Widjaja def. M.Shpak/E.Yussupova(KAZ) 6-2,6-1

Indonesia had an easy win today.. hopefully they can win and avoid Japan
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$10K Jakarta entries are now posted in the Challenger forum.

BTW, I'm puzzled at the lousy Fed Cup decision-making regarding the Indonesian team the last couple of days.

Why on earth do they make Angie & Wynne play doubles when they've already sealed both ties?

If you ask me, they're being overworked. Another example is last year when they used Angie & Wynne in an unnecessary tie against Korea. The Koreans were smart in purposely using a weak field to rest their top players, but as for the Indonesian team... They went on to lose in the play-offs.

A message to whoever is making the decisions, give Angie & Wynne a deserved break when the doubles is a dead rubber. Let Sandy & Suzanna play instead!
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Old Apr 22nd, 2003, 02:53 PM   #143
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$10K Jakarta entries are now posted in the Challenger forum.

BTW, I'm puzzled at the lousy Fed Cup decision-making regarding the Indonesian team the last couple of days.

Why on earth do they make Angie & Wynne play doubles when they've already sealed both ties?

If you ask me, they're being overworked. Another example is last year when they used Angie & Wynne in an unnecessary tie against Korea. The Koreans were smart in purposely using a weak field to rest their top players, but as for the Indonesian team... They went on to lose in the play-offs.

A message to whoever is making the decisions, give Angie & Wynne a deserved break when the doubles is a dead rubber. Let Sandy & Suzanna play instead!
maybe, they're searching for first place... and maybe Suzanna can't play...
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What plan does she have?
She will play non-pro events: local high school competition(after Fed Cup) and world high school competition(start at May 27th). She doesn't want to play those events but her school's coaches asked her to play those...
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She will play non-pro events: local high school competition(after Fed Cup) and world high school competition(start at May 27th). She doesn't want to play those events but her school's coaches asked her to play those...
too bad...
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Thumbs up Um back and for always cheering Indonesia!

Hi, guys! Miss u all!!! In the midst of my tight schedule, I could only read the newspaper to find out Indonesia's status in Tokyo over the week and finally, we managed to kick China out! Now, I am anxious to wait who is gonna be Indonesia's opponent in July and I hope, we can be the hosting country. Is it possible? Let us pray SARS will go away! It has been a while since we hosted - last time back in 1996 when we lost 2-3 to Switzerland. Yayuk Basuki was the playmaker when she defeated Hingis! Patty Schnyder was playing also! Indonesia lost in doubles when Yayuk partnered with Romana Tedjakusuma! It is time for Indonesia to host again and please, powerful Martina Widjaja - please use all your authority to make it happen!
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Congrats to Indonesia.

It would be great if the play-off would be hosted in Indonesia. I can't believe Martina Hingis flew all the way last time mid-season!

BTW, too bad Adji you can't go to the tourney this week.
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Old Apr 27th, 2003, 01:33 AM   #148
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Arrow Indonesiana Tennis!!!

Happy belated birthday, Sunu Wahyu Trijati!!! Sunu's b-day was yesterday also - he turned to be 16 yo. Sunu is number one junior player in Indonesia and he is in top 100s ITF ranking! Good luck Sunu, Sandy Purnomo & Anthony Tan in Davis Cup Junior which will begin tomorrow here in Jakarta!

Based on the news, Indonesia had more wins over China in Asian Games but in Fed Cup - head to head btw China and Indonesia is now 5-1!!! So, yesterday Angie & Wynne created history for winning against China for the 1st time!

Head to head in Fed Cup btw China v Indonesia: 5-1

1983 - Switzerland - 2-1 for China
1985 - Nagoya, Japan - 2-1 for China
1998 - Samutpakarn, Thailand - 2-1 for China
2000 - Osaka, Japan - 2-0 for China
2002 - Guangzhou, China - 2-1 for China
2003 - Tokyo, Japan - 2 -1 for Indonesia

Angie's win lose record in Fed Cup: 9-3
The 3 losses from Barbara Schett (Austria), Zheng Jie (China) & Tamarine Tanasugarn (Thailand)

As far as I remember - since I was watching myself here in Jakarta - we have also hosted Argentina when we lost 2-3! Yayuk Basuki won against Gabriella Sabatini who made so many unforced errors during the match! Then we have also hosted Belgium when Appelmans & Van Roost still played and in 1997 we were also trashed 0-5 by Italy here in Jakarta!!! But a couple years before, we won over Italy 3-2 in Rome! Those were the days with Yayuk Basuki & Romana Tedjakusuma! And last time in 2001, we lost to Austria 1-3 in Vienna when Angie played for the 1st time in Fed Cup! So, if in July we get to play Austria again - for sure it is gonna be our turn to be the hosting country! I'd love to see Barbara Schett and Patricia Wartusch to play here in our hot and humid court in Jakarta! Or maybe Colombia, Argentina, Sweden - we'll see the draw next week! Bravo Indonesia!!!

The reason why, Indonesia over the week kept fielding Wynne/Angie for dubs - it was the strategy to win as winner of pool 1B and it worked since Indonesia had more winning matches over Thailand and big thanks to Taiwan for winning over Thailand!
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Congratulations the Indonesian team!!! Hope we (the Japanese) and you (the Indonesians) will both make it to the world group by winning our playoff ties!! I think we both have a great chance to make it happen as the countries which are likely to lose their first round ties seem weaker than us. Anyways, once again Congrats, Wynne, Angie!!!!
By the way, Wynne will you marry me??
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Thanks for the post, it's great as usual
I'm so happy Indonesia finally won over China yesterday. Wynne is a bit disappointed though to lose her single match and on her birthday

And I really thought that Indonesia was going to lose when Angie/Wynne was down 5-7 -0-3 in the double. Lucky that they can pull their games together and win it

Congrats Indonesia and also Japan. Especially for Japan, I think Japan has a very big chance to win the play-off and enter the WORLD GROUP
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