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2012 Australian Open GP Gold: Qualifications to Quarter-Finals matches

Discussion in 'Australia Open 2012' started by chris-ccc, Apr 2, 2012.

  1. jasonmarc

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    Ueda 16 - 14 CJ
     
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    16 - 16..................................................:d
     
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    Ueda 16 - 18 CJ
     
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    Looks like after they switch sides, Ah How/Ah Siang starting to chase. Ah How perhaps not fit but Ah Siang still young ;)
     
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    Ueda 大姑妈 16 - 19 CJ
     
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    Chen Jin chased & overtake 20-17
     
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    Ueda 17 - 21 CJ first game
     
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    Ah how/Ah Siang still trying to chase 15-18 now
     
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    Somehow, I've got a feeling that Chen Jin will be eliminated. :crying::crying::crying:

    Takuma Ueda is playing in top form.
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    it's over for ah how/ah siang...

    INA and JPN rules MD semifinals...!!
     
  11. eaglehelang

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    Nah, the 2nd set started the same way, Ueda leading, then CJ chase. NOw CJ overtake, making it 10-9
     
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    Only Chan/Goh left in this tournament...:( Even Taufik is out...
     
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    i don't understand why JPN team so d@mn strong?!
    is it because of Park Joo-Bong...?!
     
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    WOW... Chen Jin shifted up one gear. But Takuma Ueda could still have a chance.

    Game 1
    CJ-TU: 21-17

    Game 2
    CJ-TU: 16-all
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    Of course:p

    It's more likely due to their club system though. If you look at the Osaka International Challenge you can see all the Japanese players who are very strong but haven't made their way out to Australia.

    China, Japan, Korea and Denmark all have some form of club system. Malaysia doesn't. Go figure.
     
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    2012 Australian Open GP Gold: The Chen Lin-vs-Takuma Ueda match

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    The Chen Lin-vs-Takuma Ueda match

    Game 1
    CJ-TU: 21-17

    Game 2
    CJ-TU: 16-16
    CJ-TU: 17-17
    CJ-TU: 18-18
    CJ-TU: 19-19
    CJ-TU: 21-19

    Well Done Chen Jin !!!. :D:D:D
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    Perhaps KLRC should play against clubs overseas

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    Malaysia has the KLRC. Unfortunately, KLRC couldn't find other clubs to play against in Malaysia.

    Perhaps KLRC should play against clubs overseas. The closest ones should be in Indonesia.
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    Fang/Lee wraps it up for the day by winning over Sato/Kawanae in rubber
     
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    Yes, but the difference is KLRC is pretty much the only club in Malaysia, and they don't take in players that compete as part of the national squad. Indonesia also have a club system, but again it's different, to what Korea, Denmark, China and Japan have, as if they play for the club, they tend not to be in the national set up.

    Maybe KLRC and clubs in Indonesia should organise player swaps and all their players can train under different clubs. It's detrimental to Malaysia not to have a club system In my opinion.:)
     
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    Wang Lin [Q] and Taufik Hidayat [5] couldn't produce the points for me

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    I am quite happy with my PAW Game so far; I have scored 5 correct out of 7 entries. :D:D:D

    I was going mostly for lower ranked players. But Wang Lin [Q] and Taufik Hidayat [5] couldn't produce the points for me. :crying::crying::crying:
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