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Aviva 2005 : Sudket Prapakamol and Saralee Thungthongkam

Discussion in 'Singapore Open 2005 / Malaysia Open 2005' started by storkbill, Jul 2, 2005.

  1. storkbill

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    The scoreline says it all: 17-14, 17-16. Great battle and wonderful never say die spirit from the Thai pairing.
     

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    Up and rising young thai pair.. surely one day they will be no1.
     
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    i agree with ants
     
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    Btw.. they are also using TH rackets :)
     
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    That should proves that TH is no less superior than JP or SP, etc. Btw, how do you know?
     
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    I just happened to meet up with them when i was in Thailand earlier this year.
     
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    have you done any work at all in your business trip :confused: :D
     
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    Well its all work and leisure at the same time :). Work Hard Play Hard!
     
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    I can't agree more. :)
     
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    Actually during one of the matches, I witnessed Sudket's AT800OF clashing with Saralee's MP100 and was 'deformed'.
     
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    Yes they are my favourite mixed doubles pair! IMO very creative gameplay, great fighting spirit and good understanding between the two partners. :)
     
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    which one 'was deformed'?
     
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    Sudket's AT800OF :)
     
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    What are TH, JP, and SP?

    I'm sorry but I am finding it difficult to believe Storkbill's claim to be "photographing a sports event and ... photographing badminton" for the first time. Those photos are amazing!
     
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    ah, then u had jump to conclusion too soon about armortec durability. :p

    there're lots of plausible reasons for that outcome.

    - her MP100 maybe a 2U and sudket's 800OF is 3U or 4U.
    - sudket's 800OF was likely strung at higher tension than saralee's mp100
     

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