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2009 Swiss Open: Day 5 (Semi-Finals) Saturday March 14

Discussion in 'German Open / All England / Swiss Open 2009' started by chris-ccc, Mar 13, 2009.

  1. chris-ccc

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    2009 Swiss Open: Day 5 (Semi-Finals) Saturday March 14

    For match results as they are progressing live: click here
    For current time in Switzerland: click here

    What a great Quarter-Finals match between TH and LCW just hours ago.
    Congratulations to LCW
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    Today, LCW will need to defeat Jan O Jorgensen to progress to the MS Finals. LD should expect to be the winner of the bottom half of the draw.

    Therefore it could be another LCW-vs-LD match at the Finals on Sunday 15-Mar-2009.

    chris-ccc
    :):):)
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  2. leonardklh

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    why all malaysians live at 2am? y not 7pm?
     
  3. extremenanopowe

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    Another frustration for LCW if he goes into finals again. Another stroll for CJ and LD game. Injury my foot. ;)
     
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    The LD-vs-CJ match will be held before the LCW-vs-JOJ match

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    extremenanopower ... So you are expecting another Walkover at the bottom half of the MS draw? :p:p:p

    An interesting schedule at this 2009 Swiss Open Semi-Finals:
    The LD-vs-CJ match will be held before the LCW-vs-JOJ match.
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  5. eaglehelang

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    Dont injure your foot or toe (like PG) in the frustration :p
     
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    LCW has not much a problem going to final. And his opponent will be LD again or CJ? Btw what a speedy recovery from his injuries for Chen Jin..Have been doing so well so far huh :eek:
     
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    Looking at the SF list.....there's still great chance for Chn to make another big sweep in this Swiss Open....after AE.
     
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    No Indonesia player this time..
     
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    eh guys so is there any telecast from tv1???
     
  10. eaglehelang

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    According to TV Guide, NO, RTM 1 & RTM 2 also not showing live.
     
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    Have to depends on GDTV or Shanghai Sport.....?? :rolleyes:
     
  12. george@chongwei

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    go mamak stall la..order a teh tarik while watching badminton match:D
     
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    hmm, all the best to chong wei later
     
  14. george@chongwei

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    koo/tan vs cai /fu wil surely be a tough one /..
    imo, fu/cai have the upper hand..;):(
    anyway, kope koo/tan can beat the chinese though.
     
  15. george@chongwei

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    huh? what 7pm and 2 am over here?
    u are confusing me:confused:

    let me summarize it out..
    the 1st session of the semi final is starting from 2pm LOCAL TIME, mas time about 9pm;)

    2nd session of the semi final is from 7PM local time, MAS TIME 2AM..

    hope im not wrong..;)
     
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    yes i know.. but all malaysians live at malaysian time 2am.. not live at 9pm!!
     
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    oh, you mean malaysians players in action is it?
    omg..
     
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    When any chinese players playing each other in semi finals. My foot gets injured automatically. ;)

    May be lcw just give a walk over. This will test the sponsors response as well as bwf. He also can claim injured. On the foot of course. ;)
     
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    1. Starting at 2:00 PM XD
    Chen XU / Yunlei ZHAO [CHN] - [KOR] Yong Dae LEE / Hyo Jung LEE [2]
    I'm rooting for the Koreans and hoping for a rematch with ZB/MJ.

    2. Followed by XD
    Bo ZHENG / Jin MA [CHN] - [THA] Sudket PRAPAKAMOL / Saralee THOUNGTHONGKAM [7]
    The Thai pair really surprised me by beating HHB/YY in straight sets yesterday. But undoubtedly ZB/MJ have proved that they can be one of the top XD pairs too.

    3. Followed by WS
    Lan LU [3] [CHN] - [CHN] Yihan WANG
    Despite the H2H, WYH is the much better and fitter player.

    4. Followed by MS
    Jin CHEN [3] [CHN] - [CHN] Dan LIN [2]
    Obvious, no?

    5. Followed by WS
    Yanjiao JIANG [CHN] - [FRA] Hongyan PI [4]
    Barring from injury, JYJ should beat PHY.

    6. Starting at 7:00 PM MS
    Chong Wei LEE [1] [MAS] - [DEN] Jan O JORGENSEN
    Anyone betting on JOJ?

    7. Followed by WD
    Hyo Jung LEE / Kyung Won LEE [3] [KOR] - [KOR] Jung Eun HA / Min Jung KIM [5]
    Another walkover? Skill wise, the seniors are much better.

    8. Followed by MD
    Yun CAI / Haifeng FU [6] [CHN] - [MAS] Kien Keat KOO / Boon Heong TAN[2]
    CY/FHF seem not as sharp as last week while KKK/TBH are nowhere near their best. The Chinese pair is still the favorite.

    9. Followed by WD
    Wen Hsing CHENG / Yu Chin CHIEN [1] [TPE] - [CHN] Jing DU / Yang YU [4]
    Based on the H2H, the Olympic champions should nail this one.

    10. Followed by MD
    Yong Dae LEE / Baek Choel SHIN [5] [KOR] - [DEN] Mathias BOE / Carsten MOGENSEN [3]
    The Danes are a bit off this week and I can see LYD avenging his loss at Korea Open.
     
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    For today's SF : LCW Vs JOJ 55 : 45
    LD Vs CJ 100 : 0
    CY/FHF Vs KKK/TBH 65 : 35
     

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