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2012 Malaysia Open GP Gold: Comments on matches

Discussion in 'India Open / Malaysia Open 2012' started by chris-ccc, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. badMania

    badMania Regular Member

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    As expected, the SIN pair took the second and third-sets comfortably....typical of INA pairs.
     
  2. badMania

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    A horrible start once again by April as she lost the first-set easily 10-21.
     
  3. fathonezic

    fathonezic Regular Member

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    oh yes... thx for correction...
     
  4. badMania

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    Despite losing the first-set, I still expect April to beat the HKG girl.
     
  5. ngkt67

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    no, they just came back and won it...!!

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  6. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    You could be right. :):):)

    Aprilla Yuswandari [4] came back to win Game 2 (21-17 over Cheung Ngan Yi).
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  7. ngkt67

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    Tee Jing Yi lost... and thus prove MAS WS is back to old time as the weakest department of all time...(thanks to WMC's retirement)

    and then maybe MAS MS will follow up when LCW does retirement...
     
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    We will need WMC to coach the younger MAS WS players to catch up with overseas players. :):):)
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  9. limsy

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    bam never ever put any resources to any of the ws except wong mew choo
    just like bam never ever put any resources to any of the ms except lee chong wei

    who to blame?
     
  10. badMania

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    As expected, Bella lost while April advanced.
     
  11. badMania

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    3 more WD, 1 MD, and 2 MS matches involving INA players.
     
  12. ngkt67

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    none other than the pxxxxxxxxxn cxxxxxs who manage and control entire BAM... and that's why BAM also need to be BERSIH...
     
  13. badMania

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    Pia/Rizky take the first-set 21-18.
     
  14. undeadshot

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    Wow, Goh Soon Huat and Chong Wei Feng are really fighting hard for that QF spot, 24-22 for GSH in the first game.
     
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    I can't believe it. Minatsu Mitani [2] lost so easily to Xing Aiying.
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    BAM has this mentality that if they are to put the emphasis on WS one of them must have a breakthru first.. so that is why we have to pray hard that in this group one of them will breakthru b4 they recognised the need to improve in this area

    WMC have tried her level best for this recognition and she achieved in a small way b4 her retirement but once she retired BAM forgotten that department again.

    It is sad that no emphasis are given to these talented girls who could have make it. The girls in the single department are actually the best in Malaysia and the best will eventually fizzle off because lack of attention in this department. Most of the Junior girls best are actually in the GS
     
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    WMC is already coaching the BJSS youngsters
     
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    Never give up; Give all you have in your match

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    Thank goodness for it. :):):)

    Hope that her trainees would learn from her - "Never give up; Give all you have in your match". :):):)
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  19. badMania

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    Pia/Rizky lost in 3-sets, despite leading 15-11 in the late stage of the rubber-set :(

    Jenna/Komala are also looking like a lost cause in the rubber-set. Once again, I believe Jenna is better suited to play XD instead of WD. But I heard it was her choice in playing WD ....her loss...not the XD dept's loss considering INA has quite many prospective pairs in XD.

    Suci/Della also lost the first-set 19-21, despite leading as much as 11-6.

    So, I think ALL 4 INA WD pairs will be eliminated today. Great.
     
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    Wow, the giant-killers Low Juan Shen/Tan Yip Jiun are eliminated by world junior champions Nelson Heg/Teo Ee Yi
     

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