Imelda Wiguna (also known as Imelda Wigoena, Chinese: 黃祖金, born 12 October 1951) is a former badminton player from Indonesia who played at the world class level from the mid-1970s through the mid-1980s.
|Birth name||Mustika Imelda Wiguna Kurniawan|
|Born||12 October 1951|
A doubles specialist, Wiguna's two most impressive years in badminton were 1979 and 1980. In 1979 she won both doubles events, women's doubles with Verawaty Wiharjo and mixed doubles with Christian Hadinata, at the prestigious All-England Championships. The following year she reached the final of both events at the then triennial IBF World Championships in Jakarta, losing the women's doubles with Verawaty but winning the mixed doubles with Christian. Thereafter, though Wiguna continued to play at a high level, the demands of motherhood and strong competition from Chinese Mainland players made winning the biggest tournaments more difficult. Her other titles included women's doubles at the Asian Games (1978), the Danish Open (1978), the Canadian Open (1979), and the Southeast Asian Games (1979, 1985); and mixed doubles at the Canadian Open (1979), and the Southeast Asian Games (1979, 1981, 1985).
Wiguna played in five consecutive Uber Cup (women's international team) competitions for Indonesia between 1974 and 1986. She helped her nation to capture its first world title (over Japan) in 1975, and to reach the final round in 1978, 1981, and 1986.
|1975||All England||Theresia Widiastuti|| Machiko Aizawa
|15–12, 12–15, 9–15||Runner-up|
|1975||Denmark Open||Theresia Widiastuti|| Lene Køppen
|3–15, 15–3, 15–10||Champion|
|1978||Denmark Open||Verawaty Fadjrin|| Emiko Ueno
|15–8, 8–15, 15–4||Champion|
|1979||All England||Verawaty Fadjrin|| Atsuko Tokuda
|15–3, 10–15, 15–5||Champion|
|1979||Badminton World Cup||Verawaty Fadjrin|| Emiko Ueno
|1979||Canadian Open||Verawaty Fadjrin|| Mikiko Takada
|7–15, 15–12, 15–7||Champion|
|1980||BWF World Championships||Verawaty Fadjrin|| Nora Perry
|1985||Thailand Open||Rosiana Tendean|| Guan Weizhen
|1986||Indonesia Open||Rosiana Tendean|| Ivana Lie
|1986||Badminton World Cup||Rosiana Tendean|| Li Lingwei
|1979||All England||Christian Hadinata|| Mike Tredgett
|1979||Canadian Open||Christian Hadinata|| Ade Chandra
|1980||All England||Christian Hadinata|| Mike Tredgett
|1980||BWF World Championships||Christian Hadinata|| Mike Tredgett
|1981||All England||Christian Hadinata|| Mike Tredgett
|15–10, 14–18, 10–15||Runner-up|
|1981||Denmark Open||Christian Hadinata|| Mike Tredgett
|1984||Denmark Open||Billy Gilliland|| Mike Tredgett
- Pat Davis, The Guinness Book of Badminton (Enfield, Middlesex, England: Guinness Superlatives Ltd., 1983) 95, 108.
- Davis, 110.
- Davis 134, 135.