|Born||16 March 1974|
Cirebon, West Java, Indonesia
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
Wijaya was born in a badminton family, his sibling Candra, Rendra and Sandrawati was a former Indonesian player. Indra Wijaya played for Indonesia between 1995-2000. He was part of the national team that won the Thomas Cup in 1998.
Wijaya started a new career as a coach at the Candra Wijaya International Badminton Centre, after that he was accepted as a men's singles coach in South Korean team. In 2016, he moved to Malaysia as a national men's singles coach, specifically for junior players.
|1997||Yogyakarta, Indonesia||Joko Suprianto||13–15, 10–15||Bronze|
|2001||PhilSports Arena, Manila, Philippines||Xia Xuanze||7–15, 8–15||Bronze|
IBF World Grand Prix
The World Badminton Grand Prix sanctioned by International Badminton Federation (IBF) since 1983.
|1997||Singapore Open||Heryanto Arbi||15–3, 14–18, 9–15||Runner-up|
|1996||Malaysia Open||Ong Ewe Hock||15–1, 1–15, 7–15||Runner-up|
|2002||Singapore Satellite||Ronald Susilo||10–15, 10–15||Runner-up|
|1994||Polish International||C. Arief||15–8, 15–12||Winner|
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