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2009 East Asian Games Hong Kong

Discussion in 'East Asian Games / South East Asian Games (SEA Gam' started by vorxaw, Nov 5, 2009.

  1. vorxaw

    vorxaw Regular Member

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    Wow, I have nearly forgotten this event. :eek:

    CHN team squad

    Bao Chunlai
    Cai Yun
    Chen Jin
    Chen Long
    Fu Haifeng
    Guo Zhengdong
    He Hanbin
    Lin Dan
    Xu Chen
    Zheng Bo
    Cheng Shu
    Du Jing
    Jiang Yanjiao
    Lu Lan
    Ma Jin
    Wang Lin
    Wang Xiaoli
    Wang Yihan
    Yu Yang
    Zhao Yunlei
     
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    it looks like china will make a clean sweep in this east asian games hong kong:p
     
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    Zhang Yawen is not in the list. :crying: Miss her in action. :crying: I hope she can find a good partner.
     
  5. vorxaw

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    ya, strange no korean players......
    Mongolia is gonna kick ass
     
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    interesting to know if CHN will send their players to the SS finals that finish on the 6th Dec with only 2 days rest before the start of the East Asian Games on the 9th.
     
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    Similar thread below..

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=60767 (mods to merge?)

    With the event happening in early December, i guess we can kiss goodbye the participation of CHN, KOR, JPN, HK players in the upcoming SSMF. Or will there be some notable names, from the aforementioned countries, competing in the SSMF invitation tourney??..
     
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    I guess they will skip the SS final. :D
     
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    Without KOR players attendance as tough opponent in this region, absolutely they will do it.
     
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    I haven't even bothered with tickets for this event. Instead I have tickets for Wushu and rugby sevens.
     
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    Yes, China will definitely send their top stars to HK. It shows political support. I think SSfinals will also see the China players playing. East Asian games should not be too strenuous...:eek::p
     
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    Might be a wise choice. All matches for china players will only be a training match for them and they can choose when to whitewash their opponent:p:p
     
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    Exactly. However, tickets for the badminton was sold out very quickly on the 1st day. Shows how popular badminton is in HK.

    We really need a bigger venue than the QE stadium for badminton. However, the intimacy is very good.
     
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    On the other hand, this may be a tournament filled with trickshots, which will be entertaining also
     
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    don't think so since no trick shooters there:D they all do prepare for SS finals and chinese don't do that at all :eek:
     
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    been told that Du Jing and Yu Yang will not be in EA Games.
     
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    Any reason given?
     
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    who team INA?.........
     
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