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Chen Hong lost to Boonsak Ponsana~@@

Discussion in 'Thomas/Uber Cups 2004' started by jeicegreen, Feb 19, 2004.

  1. jeicegreen

    jeicegreen Regular Member

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    February 19, 2004
    9.00am

    Group A
    Iran bt Macau 5-0
    Ali Shah Hosseie bt Chan Zo Chong 15-12, 15-7 (43 min)
    Arash Abdol Mahamdian bt Lai Kit Hon 15-6, 15-4 (22 min)
    Golam Reza Bagery bt Lo Zon Weng 15-5,15-2 (31 min)
    Eskandery-Arash Abdol Mahamdian bt Wong Keng Hou-Leong Kin Fai 17-15, 15-12 (38 min)
    Ali Shah Hosseie-Golam Reza Bagery bt Chen Lo Chong-Wan Sze Ming 15-9,15-7 (30 min)

    Group D
    Chinese Taipei vs Vietnam 5-0
    Chien Yu Hsin bt Tran Thanh Hai 15-4, 15-1 (25 min)
    Liao Sheng Shiun bt Nguyen Tien Minh 15-9, 15-9 (40 min)
    Chen Chih Hao bt Nguyen Quang Minh 15-17, 15-13, 15-8 (70 min)
    Huang Shih Chung-Chien Yu Sun bt Nguyen Anh Quac-Tran Thanh Mai 15-1, 15-8 (25 min)
    Hu Chung Hsien-Lee Wei Jen bt Nguyen Tien Minh-Nguyen Quang Minh 17-14, 15-12 (30 min)


    7.00pm

    Group A
    South Korea vs India 2-0 (In progress)
    Lee Hyun Il bt Abhin Shyam Supta 15-7, 15-4 (35 min)
    Lee Dong Soo-Yoo Yong Sung bt Rupesh Kumar-Markose Bristow 15-5,15-11 (30 min)
    Shon Seung Mo vs Anand Chetan
    Kim Dong Moon-Ha Tae Kwon vs Sanave Thomas-Diju V
    Park Tae Sang vs Vidhadhar JBS

    Group B
    Malaysia vs Hong Kong 2-0 (In progress)
    Wong Choong Hann bt Ng Wei 15-9, 15-3 (37 min)
    Mohd Roslin Hashim bt Hariyanto Agus 15-12, 15-3 (48 min)
    Lee Chong Wei vs Wiratama Yohan
    Lee wan Wah-Choong Tan Fook vs Liu Kok Wa-Albertus Susanto
    Chew Choon Eng-Chang Kim Wai vs Zheng Yu Min-Wiratama Yohan

    Group C
    Japan vs Singapore 0-1 (In progress)
    Shoji Sato lost to Ronald Susilo 7-15, 4-15 (40 min)
    Hidetaka Yamada vs Kendrick Lee
    Sho Sasaki vs Gerald Ho
    Keita Masude-Tadashi Ohtsuka vs Donny Prasetyo-Aaron
    Shuichi Nakao-Shuichi Sakamota vs Denny Setiawan-Ronald Susilo

    Group D
    China vs Thailand 0-1 (In progress)
    Chen Hong lost to Boonsak Ponsana 8-15, 12-15, 11-15 (87 min)
    Cai Yun-Fu Hai Feng vs Sudket Prapakamol-Patapol Ngernsrisuk
    Lin Dan vs Thiraya Laohathaimongkol
    Sang Yang-Zheng Bo vs Pramote Teerawiwatana-Tesana Panvisvas
    Bao ChunLai vs Adisak Wirayapadungpong

    Last update at 8.30pm
     
  2. jamesd20

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    he lost in three? it says fromthe post he lost 3-0?!

    who the first game?

    good chance for the thais, if doubles perform.
     
  3. jeicegreen

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    hehe~

    It copied a result.

    Probably will be 2-1.
    It appears to be coming out by mistake.
    Result it sees, truth it is difficult. --;;
     
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    Malaysia should sail through now but I am a bit worried for China.

    Singapore and Japan looks close.
     
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    Latest results

    February 19, 2004
    9.00am

    Group A
    Iran bt Macau 5-0
    Ali Shah Hosseie bt Chan Zo Chong 15-12, 15-7 (43 min)
    Arash Abdol Mahamdian bt Lai Kit Hon 15-6, 15-4 (22 min)
    Golam Reza Bagery bt Lo Zon Weng 15-5,15-2 (31 min)
    Eskandery-Arash Abdol Mahamdian bt Wong Keng Hou-Leong Kin Fai 17-15, 15-12 (38 min)
    Ali Shah Hosseie-Golam Reza Bagery bt Chen Lo Chong-Wan Sze Ming 15-9,15-7 (30 min)

    Group D
    Chinese Taipei vs Vietnam 5-0
    Chien Yu Hsin bt Tran Thanh Hai 15-4, 15-1 (25 min)
    Liao Sheng Shiun bt Nguyen Tien Minh 15-9, 15-9 (40 min)
    Chen Chih Hao bt Nguyen Quang Minh 15-17, 15-13, 15-8 (70 min)
    Huang Shih Chung-Chien Yu Sun bt Nguyen Anh Quac-Tran Thanh Mai 15-1, 15-8 (25 min)
    Hu Chung Hsien-Lee Wei Jen bt Nguyen Tien Minh-Nguyen Quang Minh 17-14, 15-12 (30 min)


    7.00pm

    Group A
    South Korea bt India 5-0
    Lee Hyun Il bt Abhin Shyam Supta 15-7, 15-4 (35 min)
    Lee Dong Soo-Yoo Yong Sung bt Rupesh Kumar-Markose Bristow 15-5,15-11 (30 min)
    Shon Seung Mo bt Anand Chetan 15-7, 15-5 (25 min)
    Kim Dong Moon-Ha Tae Kwon bt Sanave Thomas-Diju V 15-2, 15-10 (30 min)
    Park Tae Sang bt Vidhadhar JBS 15-3, 15-5 (30 min)

    Group B
    Malaysia bt Hong Kong 4-1
    Wong Choong Hann bt Ng Wei 15-9, 15-3 (37 min)
    Mohd Roslin Hashim bt Hariyanto Agus 15-12, 15-3 (48 min)
    Lee Chong Wei bt Wiratama Yohan 15-10, 13-15, 15-4 (70 min)
    Lee Wan Wah-Choong Tan Fook lost to Liu Kok Wa-Albertus Susanto 15-8, 13-15, 13-15 (63 min)
    Chew Choon Eng-Chang Kim Wai bt Zheng Yu Min-Wiratama Yohan (walkover)

    Group C
    Japan bt Singapore 3-2
    Shoji Sato lost to Ronald Susilo 7-15, 4-15 (40 min)
    Hidetaka Yamada bt Kendrick Lee 15-10, 15-8 (53 min)
    Sho Sasaki bt Gerald Ho 15-9, 15-8 (44 min)
    Keita Masude-Tadashi Ohtsuka bt Donny Prasetyo-Aaron Tan 15-3, 15-5 (25 min)
    Shuichi Nakao-Shuichi Sakamota lost to Denny Setiawan-Ronald Susilo 15-6, 13-15, 14-17 (51 min)

    Group D
    China vs Thailand 2-1 (In progress)
    Chen Hong lost to Boonsak Ponsana 8-15, 12-15, 11-15 (87 min)
    Cai Yun-Fu Hai Feng bt Sudket Prapakamol-Patapol Ngernsrisuk 15-11, 15-5 (40 min)
    Lin Dan bt Thiraya Laohathaimongkol 11-15,15-1,15-4 (57 min)
    Sang Yang-Zheng Bo vs Pramote Teerawiwatana-Tesana Panvisvas
    Bao ChunLai vs Adisak Wirayapadungpong
     
  6. wl2172

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    Disappointing lost by Chong/Lee from Malaysia.
     
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    Japan bt Singapore 3-2

    Shoji Sato lost to Ronald Susilo 7-15, 4-15 (40 min)
    Hidetaka Yamada bt Kendrick Lee 15-10, 15-8 (53 min)
    Sho Sasaki bt Gerald Ho 15-9, 15-8 (44 min)
    Keita Masude-Tadashi Ohtsuka bt Donny Prasetyo-Aaron Tan 15-3, 15-5 (25 min)
    Shuichi Nakao-Shuichi Sakamota lost to Denny Setiawan-Ronald Susilo 15-6, 13-15, 14-17 (51 min)
     
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    oops you were faster than me! ;)
     
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    Boonsak Ponsana is having a very good period at the moment!
    I'm only half surprised he won against Chen Hong.
     
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    I am very very very disappointed with Chen Hong.

    If I was LiYongBo, I would not send ChenHong to Athens.

    Many times, Chen Hong always disappointed our hope in the pivotal matches, But he never say sorry, and he always could find much excuse for his defeat.
     
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    Sorry seven...hahahahaha.

    Anyway, close one between Japan and Singapore. China should take it from here after the initial scare, but cannot write off the thais yet, they always surprise.

    Big fight left to take the last place for Thomas Cup: Singapore, India, Taiwan and Hong Kong and possibly Thailand.

    Hong Kong, Thailand or Singapore are my best bets.
     
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    Never mind, They cant win them all. Be thankful that you haveworld beaters.

    Did you watch the match?
    Was Chen Not intrested, or boonsak brilliant.

    Lin also went to three as well (but won), surely that isnt great either.
     
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    Yes, should not penalise Chen Hong for one loss. Chen has done for China a great deal already, cannot expect him to be at the top forever.
     
  14. jeicegreen

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    game result*^^*

    7.00pm

    Group A
    South Korea bt India 5-0
    Lee Hyun Il bt Abhin Shyam Supta 15-7, 15-4 (35 min)
    Lee Dong Soo-Yoo Yong Sung bt Rupesh Kumar-Markose Bristow 15-5,15-11 (30 min)
    Shon Seung Mo bt Anand Chetan 15-7, 15-5 (25 min)
    Kim Dong Moon-Ha Tae Kwon bt Sanave Thomas-Diju V 15-2, 15-10 (30 min)
    Park Tae Sang bt Vidhadhar JBS 15-3, 15-5 (30 min)

    Group B
    Malaysia bt Hong Kong 4-1
    Wong Choong Hann bt Ng Wei 15-9, 15-3 (37 min)
    Mohd Roslin Hashim bt Hariyanto Agus 15-12, 15-3 (48 min)
    Lee Chong Wei bt Wiratama Yohan 15-10, 13-15, 15-4 (70 min)
    Lee Wan Wah-Choong Tan Fook lost to Liu Kok Wa-Albertus Susanto 15-8, 13-15, 13-15 (63 min)
    Chew Choon Eng-Chang Kim Wai bt Zheng Yu Min-Wiratama Yohan (walkover)

    Group C
    Japan bt Singapore 3-2
    Shoji Sato lost to Ronald Susilo 7-15, 4-15 (40 min)
    Hidetaka Yamada bt Kendrick Lee 15-10, 15-8 (53 min)
    Sho Sasaki bt Gerald Ho 15-9, 15-8 (44 min)
    Keita Masude-Tadashi Ohtsuka bt Donny Prasetyo-Aaron Tan 15-3, 15-5 (25 min)
    Shuichi Nakao-Shuichi Sakamota lost to Denny Setiawan-Ronald Susilo 15-6, 13-15, 14-17 (51 min)

    Group D
    China vs Thailand 4-1
    Chen Hong lost to Boonsak Ponsana 8-15, 12-15, 11-15 (87 min)
    Cai Yun-Fu Hai Feng bt Sudket Prapakamol-Patapol Ngernsrisuk 15-11, 15-5 (40 min)
    Lin Dan bt Thiraya Laohathaimongkol 11-15,15-1,15-4 (57 min)
    Sang Yang-Zheng Bo bt Pramote Teerawiwatana-Tesana Panvisvas 8-15, 15-13, 15-13 (76 min)
    Bao Chun Lai bt Adisak Wirayapadungpong 15-5, 16-14 (40min)
     
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    16-14 for Chunlai, that's another funny score! ;)
     
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    Looks like the Thais came prepared. They deserve the last place to Jakarta.

    They could have beaten other strong teams apart from China.
     
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    If Singapore hadn't dropped the indonesian born twins they might have had a better chance. And what of Indra Wijaya?

    Or are they not eligible to play Thomas Cup for Singapore?

    But Ronald is???
     
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    Sang and Zheng did alright too, that pair can be pretty good at times.

    I think Lin Dan losing a game to thiraya ? is a worse result than Chen hong losing to Boonsak. Boonsak, is alreay a Champion this year.
     
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    I think Chen hong is very good for winning long tournamentsbecause he is very fit.

    Unable to play brilliantly in one-off matches in Thomas Cup or Sudirman.

    Wont be surprised if he doesnt play in actual finals.
     
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    I think Singapore quite rightly is using this TC to expose our local boys to prepare for subsequent team and individual events. The stated objective of the SBA is to enter the final rounds of the TC in 2012, I think. So the fact that our local lads put up quite a good showing in the singles is a good sign.

    Ronald is a Singapore Citizen now and his future is with S'pore. I think the Indonesian twins were PRs (Permanent Residents) and because they were unfit, they were dropped from the national team and could have returned to Indonesia. But the team still relies alot in Ronald who has contributed two points in this TC, one in first singles and the other, surprising in second doubles. So he has redeemed himself somewhat for his recent poor outings.

    Regarding Indra, as you may know he is the elder brother of Candra and is pretty old for a singles player. At the last S'pore Satellite tournament, he was defeated by the young, up-and-coming Simon Santoso.

    As I have said, the coaches must have considered the form and performance of the players in training and with the TC Finals goal in 2012, I think they did the right thing to expose our young players.

    Although S'pore still has a chance to enter the final rounds, I will be surprised if they did as Hong Kong and Thailand are the favourites.
     

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