- Indonesian court game Players
Name: Taufik Hidayat
Date of Birth: West Java, August 10, 1981
Occupation: jock court game
Taufik Hidayat is that the comfort station singles court game player from state. He comes from electrical SGS city club.Son of Enoch Dartilah Aris Haris and this can be a gold medalist for state at the 2004 Athens athletics by defeating Shon Seung Mo of South Korea within the final spherical. On August twenty one, 2005, he became world champion by beating one stratified...Read Full Story
Indonesia’s seasoned shuttler Taufik Hidayat played impeccable badminton and gained access to the pre quarter-final round of Yonex Australian Badminton Open on April 3, 2013.
He locked horns with Scott Evans in local badminton arena of Sydney and their encounter lasted for 27 minutes before ending with final result of 21-9 and 21-13.
The Indonesian player raised his chances of success immediately in the first set and capitalised this initial lead in the following game.
Meanwhile, Scott...Read Full Story
Indonesia’s seasoned campaigner Taufik Hidayat served notice of his class in the first round of Maybank Malaysia Open and secured a pre quarter-final berth on Wednesday, January 16, 2013.
He thrashed Tien Minh Nguyen of Vietnam in a 41-minute match which was played at the local badminton complex of Kuala Lumpur.
Both shuttlers remained head-to-head for three gruelling sets and earned great deal of admiration while piling up decisive figures of 10-21, 21-7 and 21-9.
Former World and Olympic...Read Full Story
Lin Dan, bidding to become the first player ever to win four world singles titles, moved smoothly into the last 16 with another masterfully taken win.The man regarded by many as the greatest of all time was able to play at cruising pace and then move through the gears as he overcame Henri Hurskainen, the world number 49 from Sweden, 21-13, 21-15.Lin was able to give himself court time by coaxing the shuttle around and develop his ability to control it in difficult, fast conditions - yet still...Read Full Story
Lin Dan and Lee Chong Wei, the two finest men's singles players in badminton, made brilliantly emphatic starts to a world championships which augur well for an eagerly-anticipated semi-final on Saturday.The wonderfully versatile Chinese left-hander and the superbly light-footed Malaysian both looked in such good form that ordinarily it would be hard to see anything else than a showdown between them.Lin, the World and Olympic champion, overcame a tenacious Ali Shah Hosseini of Iran by 21-4, 21...Read Full Story