Asian Group : Indonesian Men and Daughters Compete With Taiwan in The Quarterfinals!

August 12, 2018 thomjer 0

On the third day of the Asian Collection Championship (Malaysia · Arrow · Stars) held on February 8, the male and female refresher leagues were held. The league combination started here.

The Japanese from Group B who have concluded to advance to the final tournament have fallen through the first rank with the powerful Korea · Korea. When the first single was appointed Nishimoto Kenta, he fought against South Korea’s Ace As, Sung Wan Ho. The game entangled with the last match scores points against one is the same and that is a fight near 20 paddles. Finally, Sun Moon Tiger created two dresses in a row, and Japan became a black star.

Then Keigo Sonoda / Takeshi Kamura from the first double was a 2-0 straight victory, Kazumasa Sakai’s second single, Takuro / Kobayashi Yuware Hockey was both a 0-2 defeat in the second double. At this point, the Japanese star was decided, but the third single ‘Momota Ken Do was demarcated by the last game 21-10.

Korea and Japan will continue to the quarter-finals for Group B and Japan will face Indonesia, which is ranked number one in group D. When Japan wins Indonesia, it will fall with Thailand VS Korea winners in the semi-finals.

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【Men’s Final Tournament】

▼ Quarter Final

China (1st in Group A) – India (2nd in group D)

Malaysia (1st in C) – Hong Kong (2nd in Group A)

Thailand (2nd in C) – Korea (1st in B)

Indonesia (first place in group D) – Japan (second place in group B)

Japanese girls fight against Indian group W · enemies who fight three teams. Decorate the win in Hong Kong in the first round of matches, Hong Kong has the final of the Japanese tournament determined by the fact that they feel two eye losses. After it was supposed to aim for the first location to pass, Akane Yamaguchi, who appeared in the first single in India’s first match, lost straight 0-2 to Pusarura · V. Sindhu. But then the singles from Sayaka Sato, and Aya Ohori graced the winning streak, sources AS Koharu / Shiho Tanaka doubles, Japan wins 4-1 Hold Takahashi Reihana / Misaki Matsutomo is victorious. I conclude to pass Group W for the first location and advance to the final tournament.

Japan girls rate the match against Taiwan in the quarter-finals, compete for Indonesia VS India winners and semi-finals if they win.

【Women’s Championship Tournament】

▼ Quarter Final

Japan (1st Group W) – Taiwan (2nd X pair)

Indonesia (first place in group Z) – India (second place in group W)

China (group 2 in Z) – Thailand (group 1 in Y)

Korea (first place in group X) – Malaysia (second place in group Y)

The results of the preliminary round are as follows.


▼ Group A

China (2 wins) 5-0 Hong Kong (1 win and 1 defeat)

※ China and Hong Kong advance to the final tournament

▼ Group B

Korea (2 wins) 3-2 Japan (1 wins and 1 loses)

MS1 Promotes tigers ② [21-11,19-21,22-20] 1 ● Nishimoto KenFutoshi 81 minutes

MD1 Kanemoto ho / Xu UketamawaOsamu ● 0 [15-21,14-21] ② Keigo Sonoda / Takeshi Kamura 34 minutes

MS 2 All-Chen ② [21-17, 21-14] 0 ● Kazuo Sakai 46 minutes

MD2 催 率 Kei / gold 德 永 ② [21-9,21-9] 0 ● Hockey Takuro / Kobayashi Yuware 27 minutes

MS 3 Peng Hui ● 1 [21-13, 18-21, 10-21] ② Momota Kenjo 51 minutes

Kazakhstan (1 win and 2 losses) 5 – 0 Nepal (3 losses)

※ Korea and Japan advance to the final tournament

▼ Group C

Thailand (2 wins and 1 loss) 5 – 0 Myanmar (3 losses)

Malaysia (2 wins and 1 defeat) 5-0 Taiwan (2 wins and 1 loss)

Malaysia and Thailand advance to the final tournament according to the level of the match

▼ Group D

Philippines (1 win and 2 losses) 5 – 0 Maldives (3 losses)

Indonesia (3 wins) 3-2 India (2 wins and 1 loss)

※ Indonesia and India advance to the final tournament


▼ Group W

Japan (2 wins) 4-1 India (1 win and 1 loss)

WS 1 Yamaguchi Akane ● 0 [19-21, 15-21] ② Psarla · V. Sindu 36 minutes

WS 2 Sato Saeka ② [21-12, 21-12] 0 ● Sri Krishna Prya Kudara Bali 26 minutes

WS 3 Aki Ohori ② [21-14, 21-12] 0 ● Ashwini · Ponnapa 26 minutes

WD 2 Yuan Koharu / Shiho Tanaka ② [21-17, 21-17] 0 ● Sawanto / Golpeed 32 minutes

WD 1 Reika Takahashi / Tomomi Matsumi 佐 紀 ② [21-18, 21-18] 0 ● Ponnapper / Lady 441 minutes

※ Japan and India advance to the final tournament

▼ Group X

Korea (2 wins) 5-0 Taiwan (1 win and 1 defeat)

※ South Korea and Taiwan will advance to the final tournament

▼ Group Y

Thailand (3 wins) 3-2 Malaysia (2 wins and 1 loss)

Vietnam (1 win and 2 losses) 5 – 0 Philippines (3 losses)

※ Thailand and Malaysia advance to the final tournament

▼ Group Z

Indonesia (2 wins) 3 – 2 Chinese (1 win and 1 loss)

※ Indonesia and China advance to the final tournament.

Players appointed for each match participate in the order of the world’s top rankings (January 25). In addition, the order of the game will change depending on the player who is doubly useful as a single player.

This is the final result of the last event

◆ Japanese representative

Men: Nishimoto KenFutoshi, Kazumasa Sakai, Kanta Tsuneyama, Kento Momota, Keigo Sonoda / Takeshi Kamura, Hoki Takuro / Kobayashi Yuware, Hiroyuki Endo / Watanabe IsamuMasaru

Female: Akane Yamaguchi, Okuhara hope, Sayaka Sato, Aya Ohori, Takahashi Reihana / Misaki Matsutomo, Yuki Fukushima / Ayaka Hirota, source of AS Koharu / Shiho Tanaka

Badminton in Asia From 2017 Until 2018

July 16, 2018 thomjer 0

Eighteen students from 6 th to 1 st brilliantly represent the Shanghai French School in the Badminton Asia Championship which took place from 22-25 November in Jakarta, Indonesia.


Girl U12
Emma Dumaret (6 th), Laetitia Lemonnier (6 th) and Amélie Ye (5 th)

U12 Boys
Martin Shan (5), Jonathan Massy (6 th) and Baptiste Girard (5)

U14 Girl
Jade Lescure (3e) Elisa Lemonnier (4 e) and Agatha Merleverde (4 e)

U14 Boys
Ouessant Sourget-Langlois (3 e), Vincent Lu (3 e) and Adrien Gatimel (3 e)

U16 girls
Carla Luciani (1 e), Lucia (Yanxi) Zhou (2 e) and Lea Couvry (3 e)

U16 Boys
Hugo Couvry (1 e), Corentin Davion (2 e) and Alexandre Fabre (2 e)


Very unique results with 5 achievements:

A gold medal for our U14 girls.
Gold medal for our U16 girls
The silver medal for Hugo Couvry in the men’s single, U16 (3 Indonesians in the semifinals)
Bronze medal for single female Jade Lescure U14 (4 th and 5 th place of Elisa and Agathe)
Bronze medal for Amélie Ye U12 double lady (with partner from Jakarta.
Shanghai is 3 è 8, with 5 medals out of 25 potential and not least 4 th and 5 th place.
Jakarta and the local school of the solimbad association that helps “street children” dominate the debate.

Jade RUSSELL and I are proud of our buds for their attitude around living, on and off the field. Thanks to WeChat, we’ve enabled the family to follow the path of competition and we thank them for their insistence and the warmest feedback.

25% of families in schools that receive players from 8 schools in AEFE Asia-Pacific Zone,
An association: ” Solibad ” that helps street children to leverage badminton (the level of the game is really good) but also helps them to practice pursuing a job. Next year, the oldest student of the association must join the Decathlon company at the age of 18,
An expert rivalry led (teacher: Laurent Simon and Jean-Paul) in the badminton living legend (national sport) Taufik Hidayat, 1 st Olympic champion in Indonesia
Lots of activities for the French Lycée staff in Jakarta we received again,
Unforgettable moment!
Good results for LFS.
Jakarta is not uncommon times is a great experience for our LFS badistes and the whole is ready for selection Jakarta 2018/2019.


“The most rewarding experience, I learned is not a bit of sport, the most well-organized meetings and tournaments, thanks to the committee, great sayings to all the LFS teams and thanks to the coaches.”
(Hugo Couvry)

“This is really the Asian Badminton Cup, a super family and students from a different school too, an empirical to have and repeat.”
(Jade Lescure)

Badminton School In Indonesia, Are We Really Ready

July 8, 2018 thomjer 0

The true star in Sukarno’s land, the driving enthusiast has dominated the world’s elite for nearly half a century. They are one of the favorites of the French international who passed by Sunday.

Salle Pierre-de-Coubertin, in Paris, hosted until Sunday, October 28, the French Badminton. Integrated since 2008 in the Superseries world circuit, this stage will have a taste of Indonesia since, although the world number 5 package Simon Santoso, 7 singles players and 13 pairs of doubles come from the country Sukarno. Indeed, in order to the world’s largest archipelagic state, badminton is not an anecdote. This discipline collects 18 out of 25 Indonesian Olympic medals. Six Olympic titles, 18 world titles, 13 Thomas Cup wins, the equivalent of a Davis Cup, badminton Indonesia has a track record along the arm.
Introduced by the Chinese minority of Malaysia in northern Sumatra elements in the late 1920s, badminton in Indonesia has changed from the initial disturbance at local fairs to competitive sporting events where the three clusters clashed. the most dominant ethnic group in the country: Java-Indonesia, China and the Netherlands (former colonial domination). This sport felt a real explosion in the 1950s. “At the time, the best players came from the Chinese minority, this is still happening today, even if different plays a more urgent role than on the parpar. Nt,” said Colin Brown, professor of political and social science at Parahyangan University in Bandung.

While Indonesia is trying to glow in sports competition, driving crazy is the very beginning of the cause of national honor, constantly provoking young guards. In 1959, Tan Joe Hok was the only Indonesian to win All England, Wimbledon Badminton. In the 1960s, Rudy Hartono earned an unrivaled record of winning a prestigious British tournament seven times in a row.


“There are only two countries where badminton is really a national sport: Malaysia and Indonesia,” explained Bertrand Gallet, a former national player and coach who handles all singles. “If you match with football, Indonesia however Brazil is badminton, there is not a bit of supervision, a strict organization of training, the best that will recover after it will be met in the rUe,” he said.

The Rasidi, Weny and Arif, representing these spectacular generations fed these winners and relative anarchy. Installed in France for about ten years, their courses are most important. “My dad was playing with his friends, and I naturally opened at the age of 6 in Kediri, East Java, where I was born, and I practiced as fast as five times a week,” said Weny Rasidi, who defended French colors on an international level. “Badminton appear in each environment and can be played in individual rooms chartered by associations or outside until late,” said the woman who now holds a coach position at Chambly (Oise). Her husband, Arif, who played about two years in the Indonesian national team from 1999 to 2001, was also a product traced from this habit phenomenon. “As soon as you are old enough to use them, we give you snow shoes”, engrossing former training partners of all tricolor players and former assistants of all women and men in Poland. badminton.

This precondition and this power contribute to the constitution of solid and varied tips. “You find the basics faster, and even if badminton is an individual sport, the emulation of numbers leads to civilization,” said Weny Rasidi. Various technicians also allow to watch the players thoroughly appear. “Each coach has his own style, which offers so many techniques,” said Arif Rasidi.


The Olympic champion in Athens in 2004, the world champion next year Taufik Hidayat is for many years the ultimate success of the Indonesian model. Brice Leverdez, France’s number 1 and ranked 48th in the world, does not hide his admiration of the current world number 12: “He is a legend in his country, but in the world of badminton Meanwhile, not much behind in recent years, the quality of decline, it hits the hard forehand. “” Hidayat exudes spectacular fluidity and relaxation, it is forged through hard work, all the Indonesian blocks in bina that handle e “stands Brice Leverdez.

Dominator until the 2000s, however, badminton Indonesia clearly lost momentum. At the London Olympics in August, the envoy did not file a medal for the first time since the introduction of discipline to the 1992 Olympic program in Barcelona. The Chinese are obviously on top of the wind by sweeping the five titles involved. “He remains the main nation, but power the Indonesian school is the property of the past, “Judge Bertrand Gallet, the French technician believes to support some of this decadence.” Indonesian players have relied on their body and base. They are satisfied too not infrequently fai re last exchange, wheels in the field n “he said the Chinese school is, he’s new to .to develop his specialist game:” China has evolved. They mastered the technique, the intermediate game that created the difference today. In extreme conditions, this allows them to attempt to photograph. “Badminton remains a sport that, in Indonesia, has not yet completed the transition to business, requiring a scientific approach to games to rationalize might win,” said Australian researcher Colin Brown Although they are not needed from the 1950s until the end of the century, the unique investment, keeping and teaching the best is inevitable to race with the Chinese fleet and with a willingness to move forward. “The best players prefer to join the teams in Zealand New, the United States, Singapore, Hong Kong or Taiwan, which offer them better play, teaching and financial conditions, “said Colin Brown. Given the difficulty at the moment, French badminton has moved away from the Indonesian model.” It is difficult to note the Asian method, you will never find the same results, “said Brice Leverdez agonals are now in the making of a clean style. “Indonesia is no longer an inspiration, but I am more interested in Denmark, it is a real school, not a few Danish people and they are the only ones competing with Asia” added Bertrand Gallet. If the criticism is harsh, optimism does not exist: “The Indonesian players’ groups are similar to the foreclosure with a harsh acknowledgment to their followers:” When the French players are still trying to cope with one or two rounds in the main rival, the failure of Indonesia means to write a quarter or a half … “

17 Reasons Why Badminton is Very Popular In Indonesia

July 1, 2018 thomjer 0

Badminton in Indonesia is one of the great sports to come in a world that is played with rackets and shuttlecock. This sport is very popular and adored in Indonesia.

Almost everyone knows what it is and how to play it. There are many reasons for its increasing popularity in the world and prestige in Indonesia. Here are 17 Reasons Why Popular Badminton in Indonesia you should know.

1. Affordable

Badminton can fit into an affordable category. You do not need to spend a lot of money to buy what you need to play it. The cost you have to spend to buy two rackets and some fairly low shuttlecock especially if they do not have high quality. So, many people can definitely play badminton without too much commotion.

2. Easy Access

Indonesians can easily play badminton everywhere. Those who are not athletes do not need a special building to play it. They can only play it on the street in their neighborhood. In addition, they can also play it in an empty field near their home. Even if the vehicle happens to be passing by, they can step aside and start playing again.

3. Not Discriminatory

Badminton is very popular in Indonesia because it is not discriminatory. Due to low cost and easy access, this sport can be played by almost everyone. The rich and the poor can play badminton. People who do not have the equipment can borrow from their generous neighbors if they can.

4. Generate Many Winners

Currently, Indonesia has the most badminton champions in international competitions. The country has produced many talented athletes who have won medals at various sporting events. The most prominent champions from Indonesia include Taufik Hidayat, Tontowi Ahmad, Liliyana Natsir and Sony Dwi Kuncoro.

5. Dream Being the Next Champion

Due to the high number of high quality badminton players produced by Indonesia, many Indonesians also dreamed of becoming one. These Indonesians want to become the next badminton champion to win medals at international sporting events. So, many of them take seriously badminton or as a hobby.

6. Undying Enthusiasm

The people of Indonesia always have a spirit that never breaks up for badminton. If there are televised matches across the country, they will watch and support their athletes from afar. Although they can not play the sport well, they still want to take root for their competing athletes for their country.

7. Easy for Beginners

In addition to being a relatively inexpensive sport to play, badminton is also easy for beginners. There are some rules in playing sports but many people can quickly understand and memorize it. As long as you take the time to play it, then you will be good in no time.

8. Good for Health

Badminton is a kind of sport that is good for health. First of all, it can help those who are waiting to lose some of their weight. Indonesians love the kind of exercise that will help them maintain ideal and healthy weight. In addition, playing badminton is very helpful in tightening the muscles in your body. It can also increase body strength.

9. Teaching Reflexes

Although playing badminton seems easy at first, it can be difficult. However, Indonesians love this challenge. They like badminton because it teaches people to train their reflexes. Someone must be good at controlling their reflexes to play badminton because they must immediately hit back shuttlecock to the opponent.

10. Focus Exercises

In addition to providing methods to Indonesians to train their reflexes, badminton can also help them practice their ability to focus. Badminton requires a high concentration. Any minor annoyance can cause players to make mistakes and lose. A player must really get their head in the game so they can win the game.

11. Can Provide Scholarships

The next reason why badminton is very favored by Indonesian people related to education. There are many companies in Indonesia that will offer some scholarships to potential badminton players. The company will provide professional trainers and pay all fees for their education. It gives them the dream to become a professional player, the opportunity to turn dreams into reality.

12. Bring People Together

Badminton brought Indonesians together. Through sports, people from all corners of social status can unite despite differences. They are united in one thing they love to exercise. The Indonesians are great believers in unity. This is something they really are uphold in this country.13. Create a Positive CommunityBadminton creates a positive community throughout Indonesia. From this positive community, there can be fewer conflicts arising from each other. Society gives those who love badminton a safe place to express their dreams and aspirations.14. Fun Indonesian people think playing badminton as a very fun sport. It takes a quick reflex to reflect the shuttlecock back and forth in the field. In addition, games can also cause people to laugh because of silly mistakes or jokes they throw at each other.15. Healthy LifestyleBadminton can offer a healthy lifestyle for the people of Indonesia. Besides working and sitting around all day, Indonesians can actively take the time to play it. Healthy lifestyles for Indonesians can improve their overall health for years. You may want to read about Healthy Lifestyle in Indonesia16. The Family Influence of Babbling is often popular because of influence in the family. There may be parents or grandparents who love badminton so they influence other members to like it too. As a result, some family members will find themselves also loving badminton.17. Bring PrideLast but not least, badminton is a sport that brings pride to many Indonesians. Badminton provides an opportunity for Indonesia to show its greatness to the world through its talented athletes. Indonesians always have special pride for those who make people proud.

Badminton Institution in the State of Indonesia

June 17, 2018 thomjer 0

Badminton in Indonesia is controlled by Badminton Association of Indonesia (PBSI). The name is also given meaning for who will be responsible for the game Badminton. Formation PBSI was formed on May 5, 1951 in Bandung. PBSI’s first head is A. Rochdi Partaatmadja.

Although established in Bandung, PBSI’s headquarters are based in Jakarta. Before PBSI existed, badminton orgnanization moved itself. Like there are organizations at regional and branch level. When PBSI is formed, badminton eventually has a national organization. The main function of PBSI is to unify the entire organization in badminton. Then, there is no gap between each area. The regional, branch, and center levels unite under the PBSI.

Badminton Institute logo

Badminton badge logo in Indonesia has meaning. Each color has its own distinct characteristics among others. Here the explanation:

Green: The Welfare Symbol
Red: Symbol of Courage
Yellow: Victory Symbol
White: Honesty
Black: Loyalty and Eternal
Meanwhile, every picture there also has its own meaning, as follows:

Letter of PBSI: Denoted as 1945 years
Picture Shield: Strong, persistent, and low self-esteem but resilient
Picture Shuttlecock: Represents 8 which is August, Independence day.
Picture Cotton: consists of 17 seeds representing the date of Independence Day
Rice Image: symbolized as the birth of PBSI in 1951.

National Training Camp

There are other facilities for badminton players that require daily training. for selected athletes from all over Indonesia can stay in national training camps to become bigger players. The National Training Camp for Badminton is located in Cipayung, East Jakarta. Meanwhile, the National Badminton Training Camp owned by Indonesia has been recognized as the best training camp that provides the best quality among others.

Later, the training camp was built on 4 hectares of land. The facilities are very complete. Starting from 21 carpet training places, office space, fitness center. As well as athletes dormitory, dining room, swimming pool that spent t0 3.6 million rupiah even jogging track.

Badminton Indonesia in the New Era
Li Yongho is a badminton trainer in Indonesia. He became the head of badminton for about 24 years. But now, his position was replaced by Xia Xuanze and Zhang Jun. The replacement is not a problem. Recently, the performance of Indonesian badminton decline. Unlike a few decades ago, when Indonesia won the medal.

This fast performance is corrected by PBSI. After realizing the main problem, PBSI began to monitor players at a young age. Not only in the central area but also in the branches. Thus, thew gets nutured and is trained by proffesional trainers to improve their skills while playing. Not only that, PBSI also asks players to often follow many competitions. These ways automatically improve their experience. By doing this, hopefully Indonesia can become champion in badminton world.


There are some outstanding achievements of Badminton Players Indonesia. As:

All the British World Championships in 2014, Gold Medal in the Double Category of Men (M. Ahsan / Hendra Setiawan).
All the British World Championships in 2014, Received Gold Medal in Double Mixed Category (Tontowi Ahmad / Liliyana Natsir).
Asian Games in Incheon 2014, Received Gold Medal in Dual Women Category (Nitya Krishinda Maheswari / Greysia Polli).
India Open Super Series 2016, Received Medal in Men’s Doubles Category (Marcus Gideon / Kevin Sanjaya).
Australia Open Super Series 2016, Received Medal in the Male Double Category (Marcus Gideon / Kevin Sanjaya).
China Open Super Series 2016, Received Medal in Men’s Doubles (Marcus Gideon / Kevin Sanjaya).
All England 2016, Received Medal in Mix Doubles Category (Praveen Jordan / Debby Susanto).
China Open 2016, Received Medal in Double Mixed Category (Tontowi Ahmad / Liliyana Natsir).
All England 2017, Received Medal in Men’s Doubles (Marcus Gideon / Kevin Sanjaya).
India Open Super Series 2017, Received Medal in the Male Double Category (Marcus Gideon / Kevin Sanjaya).
Malaysia Open Super Series 2017, Received Medal in the Male Double Category (Marcus Gideon / Kevin Sanjaya).
Thailand Grand Prix Gold 2017, Got Medal in Women Doubles Category (Greysia Polli / Apriani Rahayu).
Thailand Grand Prix Gold 2017, Got Medal in Men Doubles Category (Berry Anggiawan / Hardianto).