Marcus Fernaldi Gideon is the son of former national badminton player, Kurniahu. Who has won the 2017 All England Open Superseries Premier. He was playing with his current partner Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo. We bring Live Badminton for you.
Marcus Fernaldi Gideon born on 9 March 1991 in Jakarta. He is an Indonesian badminton player from Tangkas Intiland Jakarta.
Gideon having Men’s doubles records results against
#World Tour Level 2–4 finalist.
#World Tour Finals semifinalists
#Olympic quarter finalists pair
#World Superseries finalists
#World Superseries Finals semifinalists
He and Sukamuljo were recognizes as the most outstanding players. And awarded as the 2017 BWF Best Male Players of the Year. He collected seven Super-series titles.
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Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo is a doubles specialist from PB Djarum. He is an Indonesian badminton player. Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo is born on 2 August 1996 in Banyuwangi. He join the club since 2007. Sukamuljo and Gideon were recognised as the most outstanding players.
He won the 2017 All England Open Super-series Premier. Kevin Sanjaya won with his current partner Marcus Fernaldi Gideon. He get award as the 2017 BWF Best Male Players of the Year. He got seven Superseries titles.
Manu Attri partners with Jishnu Sanyal for men’s doubles events. And previously partner with B. Sumeeth Reddy. He was born in 31 December 1992. And Also an Indian badminton player who currently plays doubles and mixed doubles.
He also won Canada open grand prix in 2016. Also won Mexico grand prix in 2015. Attri was runner up of dutch open in 2015. All tournaments mention here play by him alongwith B. Sumeeth Reddy.
Though Reddy finish at the Rio Summer Olympics in the men’s doubles event In 2016. He is an Indian badminton player who currently plays men’s doubles. B. Sumeeth Reddy born on 26 September 1991.
Also His partners Manu Attri for men’s doubles events. He previously pair with T. Hema Nagendra Babu. He competed at the 2014 Asian Games.
Though They have the distinction of being the only Indian pair. They play to qualify for Olympics in Men’s doubles