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2010 Perak Championships: Dec 16-19 in Ipoh

Discussion in '2010 Tournaments' started by chris-ccc, Dec 5, 2010.

  1. jasonmarc

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    Agree, but will lose earlier than others............Sorry for those players !
     
  2. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    It's not helping them at all

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    True. :):):)

    Sometimes, they appear to be thinking more of providing amusement/entertainment for their spectators than to win their matches.
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  3. undeadshot

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    CPS/GLY vs TWK/WKW - CPS/GLY in good form lately. However, this being their 3rd consecutive tournament might take their toll.
    HTH/TBH vs GWS/TKS - Can HTH/TBH take revenge for their Kedah Open loss to this young pair from Malaysia? Or will GWS/TKS make it 2 wins in a row? I pick GWS/TKS based on their previous win, and they should have improved by then.
    Lydia Cheah vs Sonia Cheah - Big sis to beat small sis. But big sis very inconsistent, lost to Phillipine WS recently. Sonia just finished SPM.
     
  4. eaglehelang

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    You're right on this one. Plus TWK/WKW have not been focusing on XD lately. CPS/GLY won in straight sets
     
  5. undeadshot

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    I got CPS/GLY and Lydia right. Hopefully my remaining one is right too.
     
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    You will find out very soon as LCW only took 23 min to dispose of Arif. Too bad, CWF also lost to yoyo Hafiz, but in rubber
     
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    It will be a Hafiz vs LCW final, after Hafiz defeated CWF in rubber games, 21-18; 15-21; 21-10. Disappointment yet again?
     
  8. undeadshot

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    Maybe HTH/TBH and GWS/TKS play rubber. I remember last time they met also rubber ;)
     
  9. undeadshot

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    I was right on the rubber but was wrong on predicting that GWS/TKS will win. Haiz, GWS/TKS lost to their seniors. HTH/TBH for the title.
     
  10. chris-ccc

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    HH is still proving he is the 2nd best MS player in Malaysia

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    HH is still proving he is the 2nd best MS player in Malaysia. Having said that, I wonder by what score LCW can defeat him tomorrow, at the Finals?
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  11. Dr. Evil

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    Since Habis is usually LCW's room mate during international tournament, LCW will give him some face saving points like 13 or 14
     
  12. chris-ccc

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    For spectators' sake, both LCW and HH should perform their best

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    For spectators' sake, both LCW and HH should perform their best.

    I would guess it to be this outcome;
    * In Game 1: HH will get more than 10 points
    * In Game 2: HH will get less than 10 points
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    normally year end got lots of tournaments. Good to coordinate the schedule so that it doesn't clash with singapore ones, allowing the juniors for more exposure. Malaysia is doing well there. ;)
     
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    CPS/GLY lost to TBH/CEH? CPS/GLY trained full-time longer but still cannot beat scratch pair
    of senior. So much more to learn.
     
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    Oh. good money for the kids to pick up as well. Can enjoy at universal studious. ;) if LWS comes, he could have won it. ;)
     
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    Lydia beat TJY, something to show at the end of 2010 after a fruitless year.
     
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    As expected LCW beat Habis with a give face points to Habis.
     
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    TBH/CEH took revenge for their Kedah Open loss and defeated CPS/GLY. This is disappointing for CPS/GLY as this further shows their inconsistency problems. 22-20 in rubber, huh.
     
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    Wait a sec... How come Chooi Kah Ming is in BD although he's already 19?
     
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    Looks like I predicted well. LCW beat Habis 21-15, 21-13
     

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