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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

0 Axiata Cup 2012 - Preliminary Round

Matchday 1 (23.03.2012)

MALAYSIA LEOPARDS 3 SINGAPORE 0
Misbun Ramdan - Robin Gonansa 20-22 21-12 21-19
Ow Yao Han/Chooi Kah Meng - Terry Yeo/Yi Liu 21-14 14-21 21-19
Zulfadli Zulkifli - Huang Chao 17-21 21-16 21-16

INDONESIA GARUDA 3 VIETNAM 0
Taufik Hidayat - Nguyen Tien Minh 16-21 21-18 21-15
Mohammad Ahsan/Bona Septano - Nguyen Hoang Hai/Duong Bao Duc 21-10 21-16
Sony Dwi Kuncoro - Nguyen Hoang Nam 21-10 21-9

INDONESIA RAJAWALI 3 THAILAND 0
Tommy Sugiarto - Boonsak Ponsana 21-17 23-21
Alvent Yulianto/Hendra Aprida - Maneepong Jongjit/Nipitphon Phuangphuapet 23-21 21-19
Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka - Suppanyu Avihingsanon 21-13 21-17

MALAYSIA TIGERS 3 PHILIPPINES 0
Hafiz Hashim - Marc Zwiebler 21-9 21-6
Lim Kim Wah/Goh V Shem - Paul Jefferson Vivas/Ronel Estanislao 16-21 21-11 21-8
Mohamad Arif AL - Antonio Benjamin Gadi 21-14 21-16

Matchday 2 (24.03.2012)

INDONESIA GARUDA 3 SINGAPORE 0
Taufik Hidayat - Robin Gonansa 24-22 21-13
Hendra Setiawan/Markis Kido - Terry Yeo/Yi Liu 21-12 21-16
Sony Dwi Kuncoro - Huang Chao 21-19 21-6

MALAYSIA LEOPARDS 2 VIETNAM 1
Misbun Ramdan - Nguyen Tien Minh 10-21 15-21
Ow Yao Han/Chooi Kah Meng - Bui Bang Duc/Dao Manh Thang 21-8 21-8
Zulfadli Zulkifli - Nguyen Hoang Nam 21-19 16-21 21-14

MALAYSIA TIGERS 3 THAILAND 0
Hafiz Hashim - Boonsak Ponsana 21-19 21-16
Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong - Maneepong Jongjit/Patiphat Chalardchaleam 25-27 21-9 21-16
Daren Liew - Suppanyu AVihingsanon 21-14 21-18

INDONESIA RAJAWALI 3 PHILIPPINES 0
Tommy Sugiarto - Paul Jefferson Vivas 21-13 21-8
Angga Pratama/Rian Agung Saputro - Mathias Boe/Ronel Estanislao 21-16 21-7
Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka - Antonio Benjamin Gadi 21-9 21-18

Matchday 3 (25.03.2012)

INDONESIA GARUDA 3 MALAYSIA LEOPARDS 0
Taufik Hidayat - Misbun Ramdan 15-21 21-5 21-10
Hendra Setiawan/Mohammad Ahsan - Teo Ee Yi/Nelson Heg Wei Keat 21-7 21-15
Sony Dwi Kuncoro - Iskandar Zulkarnain 21-19 21-12

SINGAPORE 2 VIETNAM 1
Robin Gonansa - Nguyen Tien Minh 8-21 9-21
Terry Yeo/Yi Liu - Nguyen Hoang Hai/Duong Bao Duc 21-14 21-7
Huang Chao - Nguyen Hoang Nam 21-13 21-11

THAILAND 3 PHILIPPINES 0
Boonsak Ponsana - Paul Jefferson Vivas 21-8 21-12
Maneepong Jongjit/Nipitphon Phuangphuapet - Mathias Boe/Ronel Estanislao 21-18 20-22 21-12
Suppanyu AVihingsanon - Antonio Benjamin Gadi 21-13 21-15

INDONESIA RAJAWALI 2 MALAYSIA TIGERS 1
Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka - Hafiz Hashim 16-21 21-18 21-10
Angga Pratama/Rian Agung Saputro - Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong 10-21 21-18 21-13
Shesar Hiren Rustavito - Daren Liew 19-21 13-21

0 Playing Doubles in Badminton

In badminton, playing doubles must be definitely different from playing singles, primarily because you now have a partner, but also you usually have less time to think and react. Doubles tactics are greatly dependent on court position. You will probably enjoy doubles play and have more success if you learn to rotate and play as a team. The rotational system consists of you and your partner rotating from an up-and-back position to a side-by-side position, depending on offense has the shuttle directed downward, and they will change to a side-by-side or defending position when either partner is forced to hit the shuttle upward.

Doubles play in badminton is enjoyable for many reasons. It is a great recreational game that you can enjoy socially and competitively. It allows you to practice teamwork and strategy. Doubles play also gets your heart beating faster, requires that you move quickly, and makes you physical activity possibly aid in allowing you to relax, relieving stress, and providing some physical conditioning. Your position in doubles to a great extent determines the type of return that you and your partner will make and how effectively you will both be able to get your opponents' return.

Communication is important between partners, before, during, and after the game. Partners hould complement each other. You should work in tandem in order to be successful both offensively and defensively. Remember, you win together or lose together. Your actions determine the outcome for the team, success or failure. Short, distinct verbal cues to your partner, such as, "Out!" during a rally, may assist your partner. Verbal commands such as "Take it!" or "Yours!" may help your partner on returns that are not clearly defined as to who should make the potential return. Two key elements must be accomplished if you and your partner are to be successful in doubles play: 1) The server must develop the confidence and ability to deliver a short serve successfully; 2) The server must play aggressively toward the net after the delivery of the serve in order to prevent the opponent from returning the serve with a drop shot.



Trusting your partner plays a significant role in the success of a a doubles team. If you or your partner consistently fool each other or do not do what the other partner expects, there will be an element of confusion, which may lead to mistrust of each other. This lack of trust may lead to a point where it is not fun to play doubles together. At that point in time, criticism may not be well received, no matter how accurate or pertinent it is.

Source: Tony Grice. 2007. Badminton Step to Success. Page 149-153. Human Kinetics: USA.

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