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JAKARTA (JP): Despite poor results last year, Indonesian women's shuttlers are expected to pass early round tests at the US$250,000 Korea Open starting on Wednesday in Cheju Island, South Korea.
The Badminton Association of Indonesia (PBSI) chairman Subagyo Hadisiswoyo and coach Agus Dwi Santoso shared the same opinion on the women's singles slight chance at the Jan. 10 to Jan. 14 event.
"We must admit the fact that our women's singles have a physical disadvantage as they are much shorter than their opponents, especially young shuttlers from China," Subagyo told The Jakarta Post on Friday. "But it doesn't prevent us from being optimistic of our shuttlers …