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Chinese Taipei Open 2005: semi-Final

Discussion in 'Hong Kong Open / China Open / Chinese Taipei Open ' started by seawell, Nov 19, 2005.

  1. seawell

    seawell Regular Member

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    MEN'S SINGLES
    Lee Hyun Il (1) vs Park Sung Hwan (6)
    Shon Seung Mo (4)vs Yohan Hadikusumo Wiratama

    WOMEN'S SINGLES
    Tracey Hallam (1) vs Chien Yu-Chin
    Seo Yoon Hee (3) vs Cheng Shao-Chieh (2)

    MEN'S DOUBLES

    BOE Mathias /MOGENSEN Carste(1) vs Lu/Lin(TPE)

    GUNAWAN Tony /HARYANTO Halim VS Hendra Aprida Gunawan/Joko Riyadi

    WOMEN'S DOUBLES

    CHIEN Yu-Chin/CHENG Wen-Hsing (1) VS CHENG Hsiao Yun/CHANG Yun Ju(TPE)


    WILSON-SMITH Kate/LUCAS Kellie(AUS) VSCHIU Yi Ju /CHIEN Hsui-Lin (TPE)


    MIXED DOUBLES
    Tony Gunawan/Cheng Wen-Hsing vs Wang Chia Min/Wang Pie Rong(TPE)

    Tsai Hsia-Tsin/Chien Yu-Chin vs Devin Lahardi/Vita Marissa(INA)
     
  2. seawell

    seawell Regular Member

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    MEN'S SINGLES

    Lee Hyun Il(1) 2:0 Park Sung Hwan (6)
    Shon Seung Mo (4) 2:0 Yohan Hadikusumo Wiratama

    WOMEN'S SINGLES
    Tracey Hallam (1) bt Chien Yu-Chin

    Seo Yoon Hee (3) 2:0 Cheng Shao-Chieh (2) 11-7,11-7

    MEN'S DOUBLES

    BOE Mathias /MOGENSEN Carste(1) bt Lu/Lin(TPE)

    GUNAWAN Tony /HARYANTO Halim bt Hendra Aprida Gunawan/Joko Riyadi

    WOMEN'S DOUBLES

    CHIEN Yu-Chin/CHENG Wen-Hsing (1) bt CHENG Hsiao Yun/CHANG Yun Ju(TPE)


    WILSON-SMITH Kate/LUCAS Kellie(AUS) bt CHIU Yi Ju /CHIEN Hsui-Lin (TPE)


    MIXED DOUBLES
    Tony Gunawan/Cheng Wen-Hsing bt Wang Chia Min/Wang Pie Rong(TPE)15-7,15-1

    Tsai Hsia-Tsin/Chien Yu-Chin 1:2 Devin Lahardi/Vita Marissa(INA)
     
  3. DinkAlot

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    Tony jia you!

    CSC jia you, better luck next time.

    :D :D :D
     
  4. event

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    Wow. After all those upsets who'd have guessed you'd end up with more Koreans in the finals than Taiwanese (oops, I guess it's 3 each, isn't it but Taiwan only has a chance at 1.5 golds)? I guess the all-Korean MS Final wasn't tough to predict but Yohan Wiratama did some giant-killing in the Hong Kong Open including the elimination of Lee Hyun-il.

    And Seo Yoon-hee over CSC. This is the first time in the last year that the Korean has made it past the quarter-finals in any tournament. I'm hoping for Seo to avenge her compatriots against Hallam, who took to out 3 Koreans in the Korea Open earlier this year and beat one of them again in Malaysia.

    In a way, there are also more Indonesians in the finals than Taiwanese if you count expats.
     
  5. seawell

    seawell Regular Member

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    Not Taiwanese!They are Chinese!
     
  6. peace

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    Hi, seawell, they are Taiwanese though:D ....ooo....I don't understand why CSC lost....hope the Taiwanese pair can win the title again in their home ground....
    And Tony Gunawan....:eek: ...you are still a greaaaattttt player......hope you can win this title.....Jia You.......
     
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    At first I thought you were telling me that one of the teams was actually from the PRC but now I realize that you're saying that members of the "Chinese-Taipei" team should be referred to as Chinese rather than Taiwanese. Fair enough. I stand corrected.

    For the record, though, if the Chinese-Taipei team members are not Taiwanese then that would make the number of Taiwanese left in the tournament zero. Hence, the Koreans and Indonesians are necessarily more numerous. As for Cheng and Chien's gold medals, they would end up remaining on the island of Taiwan so strictly speaking nothing I wrote was incorrect except for the clause "if you count [Indonesian] expats".

    But I was wrong in spirit and I stand by my admission.
     
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  8. Kresso

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    When will the men singles final be played? Tnx
     
  9. alohio12

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    u r absolutely right. i am TAIWANESE and i stand by that name
     
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    Well I'm Chi-Tai-Americanese! :D :D :D
     
  11. Pete LSD

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    Really? Can you prove you are the indigenuous people in Taiwan?

     
  12. alohio12

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    actually i have indigenous blood on both my mother and my father's side, thank you very much. i don't have to prove anything to anyone. as long as i know, thats good enough for me. in fact native taiwanese are more like indonesians and southeast asians than chinese.
     

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