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JAKARTA (JP): The Badminton Association of Indonesia (PBSI) will set up a fact-finding team to investigate allegations of match fixing during the US$150,000 Sanyo Indonesia Open at the Senayan Tennis Indoor Stadium in July.
PBSI secretary general Leo Chandra Wiranata told reporters Wednesday that the investigators would interview players, coaches, umpires, referees and association officials.
"The letter from the International Badminton Federation (IBF) dated Aug. 4 gave us two days to get all facts about the allegation. It's really difficult for me to fulfill their demand. I told them that I could only reply to them within one or two weeks," he said.