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List of Latest Indonesian Badminton Players at the German Open and All England 2022

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The Indonesian badminton team was strengthened by a number of its flagship players in the German Open and All England 2022 / Photo: PBSI

KUALA LUMPUR – The Indonesian badminton team was strengthened by a number of its flagship players in the German Open and All England 2022. Even in one of these European tournaments, the Red and White team did not include one representative in the women’s singles sector.

PP PBSI previously released the names that would appear in the two European tournaments. However, from the latest list of players released by BWF this weekend, several names have been declared withdrawn.

At the German Open, there were 10 names that withdrew. One of them is the Indonesian veteran men’s doubles pair, namely Ahsan/Hendra.

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In addition, there are two women’s singles, Gregoria Mariska Tunjung and Putri Kusuma Wardani. Then there are also three young Indonesian men’s doubles, namely Pramudya Kusumawardana/Yeremia Erich Yoche Yacob Rambitan, Leo Rolly Carnando/Daniel Marthin, Bagas Maulana/Muhammad Shohibul Fikri.

In the women’s doubles sector, Ribka Sugiarto/Febby Valencia Dwijayanti Gani also withdrew from the German Open 2022. As a result, there were only 10 Indonesian representatives on the list of players at the German Open.

Even the women’s singles did not have a single representative at the 2022 German Open. Meanwhile at the All England, a number of Indonesian players also withdrew. Noted, there are seven representatives who withdrew from the list of names.

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In the men’s singles sector, Chico Aura Dwi Wardoyo and women’s singles, Putri KW decided to withdraw. However, the big names of Indonesian players are listed as still performing at the 2022 All England, including the women’s doubles gold medal winner at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Greysia Polii/Apriyani Rahayu.

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