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2003 Canadian International - Results

Discussion in '2003 Tournaments' started by seven, Sep 7, 2003.

  1. seven

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    Results before the finals...


    Men's Singles

    1st Round / 1ere Ronde
    Sho Sasaki (JPN) BYE - Hong Seung Ki (KOR) defeated Prakash Chand (CAN) w/o Kyle Foley (CAN) defeated Guilherme Kumasaka (BRA) 15-9, 15-6 Rene Nedela (CZE) defeated Sam Smith (CAN) w/o Eric Go (USA) BYE - Lee Yong Dae (KOR) defeated Richard Lee (CAN) 15-0, 15-3 Ardy Wirinata (CAN) defeated Jung Hoon Min (KOR) 15-8, 15-13 Roman Trepp (SUI) defeated Vincent Teo (CAN) no score available Jiri Skocdopole (CZE) defeated Daniel Woo (CAN) 15-6, 15-10 Lee Cheol Ho (KOR) defeated Kyle Hunter (CAN) 15-10, 15-4 Chris Trenholme (CAN) defeated Shinji Shinkai (JPN) w/o Stefan Wojcikiewicz (CAN) defeated Simon Enkerli (SUI) 15-3, 15-3 Raju Rai (USA) defeated Rolf Horn (CAN) 15-10, 15-8 Andrew South (ENG) defeated Andrew Dabeka (CAN) 15-8, 15-9 Ahn Hyun Suk (KOR) defeated Phil Weir (CAN) 15-3, 15-1
    2nd Round / 2ieme Ronde
    Ki (KOR) defeated Sasaki (JPN) 15-12, 15-10 Foley (CAN) defeated Nedela (CZE) 17-14, 15-3 Dae (KOR) defeated Go (USA) 15-9, 15-10 Wirinata (CAN) defeated Trepp (SUI) 15-2, 15-2 Ho (KOR) defeated Skocdopole (CZE) 15-3, 15-1 Wojcikiewicz (CAN) defeated Trenholme (CAN) 15-6, 15-0 (withdrew) South (ENG) defeated Rai (USA) 15-4, 15-8 Suk (KOR) defeated Pardo (BRA) 15-5, 15-2
    Quarter Finals / Quarte de finales
    Hong (KOR) defeated Foley (CAN) 15-9, 15-8 Wirinata (CAN) defeated Lee (KOR) 17-15, 15-6 Lee (KOR) defeated Wojcikiewicz (CAN) 15-9, 15-4 South (ENG) defeated Ahn (KOR) 15-9, 8-15, 15-8
    Semi Finals / Demi finales
    Hong (KOR) defeated Wirinata (CAN) 15-12, 15-4 South (ENG) defeated Lee (KOR) 15-8, 5-15, 15-8
    Final / Finale
    Hong (KOR) verses South (ENG)


    Ladies Singles

    1st Round / 1ere Ronde
    Lee Eun Woo (KOR) defeated Ivana Vilimkova (CZE) 11-2, 11-3
    2nd Round / 2ieme Ronde
    Eun (KOR) defeated Julien (CAN) 11-3, 4-11, 11-2 Prochazkova (CZE) defeated Coleman (USA) 11-2, 11-1 Wibowo (SUI) defeated Setiadi (CAN) 11-1, 11-2 JS Young (KOR) defeated JS Young (KOR) 11-6, 11-9 Lee (KOR) defeated Micheo (GUA) 11-0, 11-1 Patrick (CAN) defeated Mangkalakiri (USA) 11-4, 11-3 MY Kim (KOR) defeated Smith (CAN) w/o Pittard (ENG) defeated Pohl (USA) 11-0, 11-0
    Quarter Finals / Quarte de finales
    Ha (KOR) defeated Prochazkova (CZE) 11-1. 11-1 Jang (KOR) defeated Wibowo (SUI) 13-12, 13-10 Lee (KOR) defeated Patrick (CAN) 11-4, 11-4 Mi (KOR) defeated Pittard (ENG) 11-6, 11-7
    Semi Finals / Demi finales
    Ha (KOR) defeated Jang (KOR) 8-11, 11-4, 11-5 Lee (KOR) defeated Mi Kim (KOR) 11-6, 10-13, 11-2
    Final / Finale
    Ha (KOR) verses Lee (KOR)


    Men's Doubles

    1st Round / 1ere Ronde
    S.Foster/P. Trueman (ENG) defeated CH Lee/YD Lee (KOR) 15-6, 13-15, 15-13 T. Reidie/A. Wirinata (CAN) defeated S.Enkerli/R. Trepp (SUI) 15-10, 15-7
    2nd Round / 2ieme Ronde
    Kumusaka/Pardo (BRA) defeated Eng/Chang (CAN) 15-0, 15-3 Hwang/Jung (KOR) defeated Bourret/Goyette (CAN) w/o Beres/Hunter (CAN) defeated Raghaven/Kumar (IND) 15-7, 15-2 Foster/Trueman (ENG) defeated Mullaly/Vandervet (CAN) 15-3, 15-13 Yoo/Jeon (KOR) defeated Reidie/Wirinata (CAN) 15-6, 15-8 Sasaki/Shinkai (JPN) defeated Lee/Horn (CAN) 15-1, 15-4 Hong/Ahn (KOR) defeated Woo/Teo (CAN) 15-1, 15-1 Milroy/Chan (CAN) defeated Skocdopole/Nedela (CZE) 15-4, 15-2
    Quarter Finals / Quarte de finales
    Hwang/Jung (KOR) defeated Kumusaka/Pardo (BRA) 15-8, 15-3 Foster/Trueman (ENG) defeated Beres/Hunter (CAN) 15-8, 15-13 Yeon/Jun (KOR) defeated Sasaki/Shinkai (JPN) 15-5, 15-11 Milroy/Chan (CAN) defeated Seung/Hyun (KOR) 13-15, 15-12, 15-6
    Semi Finals / Demi finales
    Hwang/Jung (KOR) defeated Foster/Trueman (ENG) 7-15, 15-10, 15-8 Milroy/Chan (CAN) defeated Yoo/Jeon (KOR) 15-11, 11-15, 17-15
    Final / Finale
    Hwang/Jung (KOR) verses Milroy/Chan (CAN)


    Ladies Doubles

    Quarter Finals / Quarte de finales
    Prochazkova/Vilimkova (CZE) defeated S.Pohl/F. Setiadi (USA/CAN) 15-0, 15-0 Kim/Jang (KOR) defeated T. Sun/D. Julien (CAN) 15-8, 5-15, 15-10 Lee/Ha (KOR) defeated V. Loker/S. MacMaster (CAN) 15-3, 15-6 Micheo/Coleman (GUA/USA) defeated M.Mui/L. Lee (CAN) 10-15, 17-14, 15-1
    Semi Finals / Demi finales
    Kim/Jang (KOR) defeated Prochazkova/Vilimkova (CZE) 15-11, 15-3 Lee/Ha (KOR) defeated Micheo/Coleman (GUA/USA) 15-1, 15-0
    Final / Finale
    Lee/Ha (KOR) verses Kim/Jang (KOR)


    Mixed Doubles

    1st Round / 1ere Ronde
    J.Mullaly/S.MacMaster (CAN) defeated S.Enkerli/S. Pohl (SUI/USA) 15-5, 15-13 K. Chan/V.Loker (CAN) defeated R.Nedela/I.Vilimkova (CZE) 15-3, 15-8 HM Jung/SY Jang (KOR) defeated J.Vandervet/V. Loker (CAN) w/o YS Yoo/JE Ha (KOR) defeated W.Milroy/T. Sun (CAN) 15-9, 15-7
    2nd Round / 2ieme Ronde
    Bourret/Julien (CAN) defeated Teo/Mui (CAN) 15-3, 15-4 Hwang/Lee (KOR) defeated Mullaly/MacMaster (CAN) 15-6, 15-6 Rai/Mangkalakiri (USA) defeated Lee/Satiadi (CAN) 15-4, 15-0 Chan/Loker (CAN) defeated Jeon/Kim (KOR) 15-12, 15-8 Jung/Jang (KOR) defeated Trepp/Coleman (SUI/USA) 15-2, 15-8 Beres/Patrick (CAN) defeated Weir/Micheo (CAN/GUA) 15-8, 15-2 Yoo/Ha (KOR) defeated Foster/Pittard (ENG) 15-8, 15-6 Skodopole/Prochazkova (CZE) defeated Woo/Lee (CAN) 15-8, 15-10
    Quarter Finals / Quarte de finales
    Hwang/Lee (KOR) defeated Bourret/Julien (CAN) 9-15, 17-14, 15-8 Rai/Mangkalakiri (USA) defeated Chan/Loker (CAN) 15-7, 15-9 Beres/Patrick (CAN) defeated Jung/Jang (KOR) 15-11, 15-10 Yoo/Ha (KOR) defeated Skodopole/Prochazkova (CZE) 15-9, 15-11
    Semi Finals / Demi finales
    Hwang/Lee (KOR) defeated Rai/Mangkalakiri (USA) 15-5, 15-5 Beres/Patrick (CAN) defeated Yoo/Ha (KOR) 15-8, 15-8
    Final / Finale
    Beres/Patrick (CAN) verses Hwang/Lee (KOR)
     
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    Korean second stringers doing rather well!! :)
     
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    From their appearance I'd say none of the Korean players were older than 18. I heard a friend mentioning the youngest in the girls squad was a 14 year old. Considering the girls beating Canadian (senior) national players, one can imagine the big difference in the level of play.

    I watched the Koreans during warm up and some mock matches before the games. I was impressed by their level of skills, particularly the younger players. Their base skills are very good.

    The last time I saw similar level was long time ago in a Chinese provincial team. There a 13/14 year old girl beat a local men champion in singles.

    Another group of players that I really like to watch were the guys from England. They played very well but did not watch the games on the day they lost. Have to say in terms of technique it's much different from the other English players that I used to watch. Their play style is much similar to the 'East'. The doubles team was very good, smashing well and covering the net with good stroke technique - where intercepting, pushing and killing. Have to say I like them better than the ones that came last year. Even the singles player, though lost to a Korean player (I think), I liked his technique. Seems like England going the right direction.
     
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    Can anyone please post the results of the Cdn Open? BC didn't post the final results yet! Thanks!:confused:
     
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    Is this the same tournament as the Canadian Open? If so, then it has been downgraded as last year's CDN Open was 1* and now it's only A-grade.

    Some of those Korean players could be even third string and/or juniors. Pretty sad the difference in play level between these Koreans and the top senior players from Canada and elsewhere. Imagine if some of Asia's first string players were sent!!!:eek: :eek:
     
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    Don't have results as they are still not posted. From someone who watched yesterday finals, all matches were won by the Koreans:

    MS - Hong Seung Ki (KOR) vs Andrew South (ENG)
    LS - Jung Eun Ha (KOR) vs Eun Woo Lee (KOR)
    MD - Man Hwang Ji/Min Jung Hoong (KOR) vs Milroy/Chan (CAN)
    LD - EW Lee/JE Ha (KOR) vs MY Kim/SY Jang (KOR)
    XD - JM Hwang/EW Lee (KOR) vs M.Beres/J.Patrick (CAN)

    If not in mistake, these 2 girls were the youngest in the Korean team - 15 and 14 years old respectively.
     
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    which 2 viver? the LS or LD?
     
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    The 2 girls in LD. I think SY Jang, from her appearance is the youngest.
     
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    One comment from a friend who watched the Koreans play was that the girls looked like boys. ;D
     
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    I was discussing with my cousin and 2 other foreign players if the Korean player was whether a boy or girl. All guessed that the player was a boy, I guessed a girl (because of more delicate features), and was right.

    Saw this young girl playing later, and WWC, I am afraid even we 2 combined would not be able to beat her in a singles game. :eek: :p
     

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