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2013 MALAYSIA Open Gp Gold : Qualification to FINAL Round (30th April-4th May 2013)

Discussion in 'India / Malaysia Open 2013' started by CLELY, Apr 29, 2013.

  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    Venue : Stadium Juara, Kuala Lumpur-MAS

    Total prize-money
    : US$120,000

    Order of play & LiveScore : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...B3EE73-7184-441E-A157-6F75976BA730&d=20130430

    MAS time : http://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_MY.aspx

    2012 WINNERS : http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/s...3A8D19-CA18-4F03-A830-B7B78BE1D0A6&d=20120506

    MS : Lee Chong Wei (MAS)
    WS : Busanan Ongbumrungpan (THA)
    MD : Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong (MAS)
    WD : Chin Eei Hui/Wong Pei Tty (MAS)
    XD : Chan Peng Soon/Goh Liu Ying (MAS)

    Here we go, qualifying round is already started (08.30am) local time that stage WS and MD disciplines, MS R/64 will kick off on 02.30pm.

    R/16 and quarterfinals will played on same day (Thursday, 2nd May), this tournament schedule is shortened due to MAS general election on 5th May.
     
  2. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    not sure how many malaysian interested on this.:rolleyes:
    most of us is busying ini kalilah:D
     
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    There is another, ahem, more interesting "Super Series tournament" in Malaysia? ;)
     
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    yeah
    its like a OG in malaysia.
    lcw vs lindan
    one lone ranger,always try his best in every tournament,win some small but lost the big one vs a gang who 'i help u,u help me' but won many big one
    :D
     
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    Any live streaming...tq
     
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    Though Rituparna Das and Rutwika Shivani lost, they have fight brilliantly against japanese girls.. Infact. Rituparna Das went on for three games and in the rubber, she lost it very closely 23-21... She need to concentrate on mental strength during the last stages of the match ... I appreciate both the girls..
     
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    I don't like both of them. Whoever wins is still not going to "solve" cronies problem. Just shifting only. Maybe a change will do slight improvement but need a new hero, someone who can do a big bang. Anyway, just my opinion and this is not the right thread.

    Back to LCW and LD, I also feel there is a need for a new, younger king with different character.
     
  8. limsy

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    hmm,never try never know,after try,hari hari mau:D. i thought u are indonesian:confused:

    for sure not chen long,hehe
     
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    I am Indonesian so I won't vote. Just my observation on Malaysia.

    Same thing in Indonesia, many choices but I think nothing much will change. But there are hopes with some younger people.
     
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    Wow! So, finally Sameer verma is back...I actually have higher hopes for Sameer than Srikanth or Pranoy as the former used to beat the other 2 quote easily in his junior days..
     
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    looks like liew daren rushing home to vote.:D
     
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    He probably wanted to do a marathon run back to KL in order to improve his fitness and make it by Saturday but he changed his mind after the first game :eek:
     
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    loh wei sheng chase from 12-17 down.
    but dont think he will win
     
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    not sure if lcw will appear in his xxx function:p
     
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    Who's this Woon Man Hung? Woon Khe Wei's brother? :D And I think I know who Daren will vote :p
     
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    The experimentation to pair Irfan Fadhilah with Sri Wulan Sari and Alfian Eko Prasetya with Weni Anggraini has failed this week. Both scratch pairings lost.

    Meanwhile, Praveen Jordan/Vita Marissa and Edi Subaktiar/Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja have progressed to R16. Currently, Lukhi Apri Nugroho/Annisa Saufika are engaged in a tight battle with Liu Yi/Yao Lei.
     
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    And Lukhi/Annisa make it to R16 after a tight 21-19 victory in the rubber-set. They will face the senior pair of Markis Kido/Pia Zebadiah Bernadeth [2] for a place in the last 8.
     
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    What an ending in the XD match between Chen Zhuofu/Huang Yaqiong and Markus Fernaldi Gideon/Variella Aprilsasi! The CHN pair was leading 20-14 and had 13 match pts during the last set, only to be saved by the stubborn INA pair and the independent pair eventually took it 30-28! They will face Chayut Triyachart/Peeraya Munkitamorn for a place in the QF.
     
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    What a truly strong fighting spirit by INA pair :)
     
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    MS R32
    Loh Kean Yew vs Alamsyah Yunus [12] - Alam is the only INA player left in the MS draw. He should fulfill his seeding.

    XD R16
    Danny Bawa Chrisnanta/Vanessa Neo Yu Yan [3] vs Edi Subaktiar/Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja - a learning experience for the "new" pairing of Edi/Gloria. It will be a pleasant upset if they could beat the more experienced and higher ranked SIN pair.

    Ong Jian Guo/Lim Yin Loo vs Praveen Jordan/Vita Marissa - it was a near scare for the newly-minted NZ Open Winner in their first match just now. I hope they could progress to at least QF to further boost their ranking. There will still be plenty of GP & GPG events (Thailand, Vietnam, Chinese-Taipei, Korea, Macau, and India) in the region and perhaps all the 3 home events (INA IC, GPG, SSP) and some SS (Singapore and Hong Kong) that they can participate in to increase their ranking to the top 16 (target: 35,180 pts; at the moment, already have 22,790 in just 6 tourneys) by end of this year.

    Markus Fernaldi Gideon/Variella Aprilsasi vs Chayut Triyachart/Peeraya Munkitamorn - if Markus/Lala can win this one, INA is guaranteed a spot in the XD SF.

    Lukhi Apri Nugroho/Annisa Saufika vs Markis Kido/Pia Zebadiah Bernadeth [2] - young guns vs experienced top 10 pair. Lukhi/Annisa will surely climb up to the top 25 soon and this will be another learning experince for them. A rubber-set will be satisfying for me.
     

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