Ivana Lie

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Ivana Lie Ing Hoa (Chinese: 李英華; pinyin: Lǐ yīnghuá; born 7 March 1960 in Bandung) is a former female Indonesian badminton player who played at the world level from the late 1970s to the late 1980s.

Ivana Lie
Personal information
Birth nameIvana Lie Ing Hoa
Country Indonesia
Born (1960-03-07) 7 March 1960 (age 60)
Bandung, Indonesia


In the 1980 IBF World Championships in Jakarta she earned a silver medal in women's singles, losing the final to fellow countrywomen Verawaty Wiharjo, after defeating defending champion Lene Koppen in the semifinal.[1] She won singles at the Taiwan Open in 1982, the Indonesia Open and the Southeast Asian Games in 1983, and at the Chinese Taipei Masters Invitation in 1984. She was runner-up at the 1984 World Badminton Grand Prix to China's formidable Han Aiping. Though primarily a singles player early in her career, she eventually achieved success in the other games; winning mixed doubles at the quadrennial Asian Games (1982), the Badminton World Cup (1983), and the Indonesia (1983, 1984) and U.S. (1988) Opens, all with Christian Hadinata; and winning the Indonesia Open twice (1986, 1987), the first China Open (1986), and reaching the final of the World Badminton Grand Prix (1986) in women's doubles . She played on four Indonesian Uber Cup (women's international) squads, three of which (1978, 1981, and 1986) finished second in this world team competition. Attractive and popular, she became a badminton commentator after her playing career was over.


World ChampionshipsEdit

Women's singles

1980 IBF World Championships – Women's Singles
Round Opponent Score Result
First round - - Bye
Second round   Liselotte Blumer 11–1, 11–5 Win
Third round   Sally Leadbeater 11–0, 11–5 Win
Quarterfinal   Hiroe Yuki 11–3, 11–2 Win
Semifinal   Lene Køppen 12–11, 11–2 Win
Final   Verawaty Wiharjo 1–11, 3–11   Silver

Open TournamentsEdit

Women's singles

Year Tournament Opponent Score Result
1979 India Open   Tjan So Gwan 11–1, 11–12, 10–12   Runner-up
1980 Denmark Open   Yoshiko Yonekura 8–11, 11–12   Runner-up
1980 Swedish Open   Yoshiko Yonekura 12–10, 5–11, 8–11   Runner-up
1981 Swedish Open   Hwang Sun-ai 2–11, 8–11   Runner-up
1982 Chinese Taipei Open   Sally Podger 12–10, 3–11, 12–10   Champion
1983 Indonesia Open   Qian Ping 12–11, 11–2   Champion
1984 Chinese Taipei Open   Helen Troke 12–11, 11–9   Champion
1984 World Badminton Grand Prix   Han Aiping 3–11, 2–11   Runner-up

Women's doubles

Year Tournament Partner Opponent Score Result
1979 India Open   Tjan So Gwan   Karen Bridge
  Paula Kilvington
15–9, 15–12   Champion
1985 Indonesia Open   Rosiana Tendean   Han Aiping
  Li Lingwei
7–15, 8–15   Runner-up
1986 Indonesia Open   Verawaty Fadjrin   Rosiana Tendean
  Imelda Wiguno
17–15, 15–2   Champion
1986 China Open   Verawaty Fadjrin   Kim Yun-ja
  Yoo Sang-hee
15–8, 15–10   Champion
1986 Japan Open   Verawaty Fadjrin   Wu Jianqiu
  Lin Ying
4–15, 8–15   Runner-up
1987 Indonesia Open   Rosiana Tendean   Verawaty Fadjrin
  Susi Susanti
15–4, 17–16   Champion
1987 Hong Kong Open   Rosiana Tendean   Kim Yun-ja
  Chung So-young
14–18, 15–11, 2–15   Runner-up
1987 Singapore Open   Rosiana Tendean   Hwang Hye-young
  Chung Myung-hee
5–15, 4–15   Runner-up

Mix's doubles

Year Tournament Partner Opponent Score Result
1979 India Open   Rudy Heryanto   Hariamanto Kartono
  Tjan So Gwan
9–15, 2–15   Runner-up
1983 Indonesia Open   Christian Hadinata   Martin Dew
  Gillian Gilks
18–17, 15–9   Champion
1983 Badminton World Cup   Christian Hadinata   Martin Dew
  Gillian Gilks
8–15, 15–9, 8–15   Runner-up
1984 Indonesia Open   Christian Hadinata   Martin Dew
  Gillian Gilks
15–12, 15–7   Champion
1984 Badminton World Cup   Christian Hadinata   Thomas Kihlström
  Nora Perry
18–15, 13–15, 8–15   Runner-up
1985 Badminton World Cup   Christian Hadinata   Steen Fladberg
  Nora Perry
15–11, 18–17   Champion
1983 Japan Open   Christian Hadinata   Martin Dew
  Nora Perry
15–5, 10–15, 6–15   Runner-up
1988 US Open   Christian Hadinata   Lee Xiong
  Yang Xinfang
9–15, 15–0, 15–14   Champion


  1. ^ Craig Reedy, "Indonesia Take Four Titles." World Badminton, June 1980, 10, 11.