Sudirman Cup 2013: India is difficult to beat Indonesia.

Sudirman Cup 2013: India is difficult to beat Indonesia.

Jakarta : Indonesia | May 19, 2013 at 7:32 AM PDT
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Sudirman Cup 2013: India is difficult to beat Indonesia.

Kuala Lumpur: Sindhu and Akshay Dewalkar / Pranaav Chopra, able to trouble China, although India eventually lost 0-5 to defending champion and tournament favorite in the group stage of the Sudirman Cup 2013, Sunday. India will rely on women's singles, men's doubles PV Sindhu and Akshay Dewalkar / Jerry Chopra Pranaav against Indonesia in Group A championship Sudirman Cup mixed team badminton at Stadium Putra Bukit Jalil Kuala Lumpur, Monday, tomorrow. Antara News reported.

Edwin Iriawan, optimistic that India can conquer Indonesia. Edwin coach India, originated from Indonesia and has coached India since three years ago. He hopes his team can steal victory through to win the women's doubles from Indonesia. That confidence a coach. But it seems an uphill battle for India to win it.

If you look at the composition of the Indonesian forces now. India still had to fight hard, if you see a pullback Saina Nelwal. Because only rely on the power, PV Sindhu, Indian women's singles. Indonesia seems to be hard to beat. Even though Edwin Iriawan, has coached the national team at the National Training Primary Cipayung.

When asked about the strength of India, Edwin Iriawan, refused to explain the arrangement of players against Indonesia because it must be based on the results of a team meeting just before the match. The absence of India's number one player, Saina Nelwal overwhelming impact on India because it is very reliable Saina won one point victory.

5/19/13/Tasch. Antara News, Reuters.

TaschTaufan is based in Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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