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Exclusive interview with one of the greats Fung Permadi , one of the first players who played for 2 nation

by andrew
(malaysia)

Fung Permadi born December 30, 1967 in Purwokerto, Indonesia is a former male Chinese Indonesian badminton player. He was a singles specialist who played first for Indonesia and later for Chinese Taipei. Though Permadi had demonstrated impressive ability by 1990, he was often passed over in selection for international play at that time when Indonesia had such elite world class singles players as Ardy Wiranata, Alan Budikusuma, Joko Suprianto, Hariyanto Arbi, and Hermawan Susanto.


Moving to Taiwan in the middle of the decade, Permadi played perhaps his best badminton in the late 1990s, after his thirtieth birthday. He won a number of significant international titles, and at thirty-one years old he was runner-up to China's Sun Jun at the 1999 World Championships. He talks about the standard between Europe and Asia during the past and the present. He also shares about the best player he ever played with.





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Dear Sir/Madam, there is too much background noise during this interview. So it is difficult to listen. Perhaps you could have shown Fung's best play videos and his advice to young players on how to keep physically fit.

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