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Chinese Taipei Open Day 2 Results

Discussion in 'Hong Kong Open / China Open / Chinese Taipei Open ' started by seven, Nov 16, 2005.

  1. seven

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    Does anyone have any of today's results?
    I can only find yesterday's results on the official website.

    Post here if so! :p
     
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    LIAO Sheng-Shiun 8*(TPE) bt CHANG Ching Hung(TPE) 15-3,15-3


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    CHENG Shao-Chieh(TPE) 2* bt CHOU Yu Ting (TPE)11-8,11-2

    CHANG Kuei-Ching bt RICE Anna (CAN) 6* 13-11.3-11.11-8

    CHIEN Yu-Chin(TPE) bt HUANG Chia-Hsin (TPE) 11-8、11-7

    LIN Chuan (TPE) bt LUIZ Tania (AUS) 11-2,11-5

    CHEN Hsiao Huan(TPE) bt BELLINGHAM Rebecca (NEL) 8* 12-13,11-6,11-6

    XD


    TSAI Chia-Hsin /CHIEN Yu-Chin (TPE) bt COOPER Craig / SHIRLEY Lianne (NEL)4* 15-9,15-9
     
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    LIAO Sheng-Shiun 8*(TPE) bt CHANG Ching Hung(TPE) 15-3,15-3


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    CHENG Shao-Chieh(TPE) 2* bt CHOU Yu Ting (TPE)11-8,11-2

    CHANG Kuei-Ching bt RICE Anna (CAN) 6* 13-11.3-11.11-8

    CHIEN Yu-Chin(TPE) bt HUANG Chia-Hsin (TPE) 11-8、11-7

    LIN Chuan (TPE) bt LUIZ Tania (AUS) 11-2,11-5

    CHEN Hsiao Huan(TPE) bt BELLINGHAM Rebecca (NEL) 8* 12-13,11-6,11-6

    XD


    TSAI Chia-Hsin /CHIEN Yu-Chin (TPE) bt COOPER Craig / SHIRLEY Lianne (NEL)4* 15-9,15-9
     
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    Thanks for posting these results seawell! :)
    It seems to be difficult to get the results once again... :rolleyes::mad:

    And I can't read chinese so this makes things even more difficult! :(
     
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    I agree with you. Even I live in Taiwan, I can barely know the result from press :mad:. Actually there are a lot of people playing badminton. I don't expect sport channels like ESPN, or STAR SPORT will broadcast, but even the local channel won't. :mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:
     
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    What kind of sports do they show on TV in Taiwan :confused:
     
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    email a local sports broadcaster and complain. Seriously! Badminton is big in Taiwan and they don't even broadcast it?
     
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    Dear all,
    HAHAHA...we in Malaysia only got to see it thru Astro and its only for FINAL.
    ESPN and other cables are showing EPL football...too bad for us (badminton fan)..
    Not much action on the last game..
    Take care all..

    regards,
    TC
     
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    Baseball, basketball, tennis, and soccer. Taiwan sucks at all four of them.:p
     
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    STARSPORT'S slogan is "we know your games", actually they don't, they seldom broadcast badminton events, they don't know that badminton is one of the most popular sports in asia :)
     
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    Results are rather catastrophic for all the oceanian seeds!! :eek:
     
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    i live in taiwan too!! yea.. the tv ppl here REALLY dont know how to earn their money. badminton is like the most popular sport in taiwan!! they dong even make an effort to tell their ppl that theres an international badminton tournament going on in taiwan rite now! they do a really poor job with sports. newayz.. yea.. im very disappointed.
     
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    Tony pairs up with Cheng Wen-Hsing and beat Lee Jae Jin/Lee Hyo Jung:eek:

    In the last picture, you can see the Indonesian team (current and ex players). Tony Gunawan, Halim Heryanto, Vita Marissa, some unrecognized young players and team officials were there.

    Note that Team Indonesia is sending only its second-team to Chinese Taipei Open. The first team has already returned back to Jakarta in preparation for the SEA GAMES in Manila.

    So far, Maria Kristin Yulianti and Devin Lahardi/Vita Marissa have advanced to the quarter-final. Only the results for the men's doubles team are not out yet. But, I predict that Hendra Gunawan/Joko Riyadi will advance too. The other 2 young pairs are facing tough matches against seeded players (Jung/Han and Tsai/Hu). Unless they create an upset, I think their involvement will end today.
     
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    中華台北羽球公開賽16日各國好手全數亮相,我國男、女單打名將廖晟勳、鄭韶婕首戰分別以直落二過關,昨天在會外賽連過兩關的簡毓瑾維持好手氣,混雙、女單接連過關,女單16強將碰上大會第五種子黃慧英。

    世界女單排名第16的鄭韶婕名列大會第二種子,首輪碰上自會外賽晉級的周瑜庭,首局鄭韶婕仍在適應場地,一度以0-6落後,經過兩度平手後,才以11-8辛苦搶下首局,換邊再戰鄭韶婕掌握逆風優勢,頻頻扣殺進逼,順利以11-2直落二解決對手。

    「世界杯時就曾因選錯場地吃虧,自己一向不擅打順風球,擔心出界不敢用力殺球,首局才會綁手綁腳。」鄭韶婕說:「全運會(新聞、網站)時的左腿傷勢已逐漸復元,但肌肉還是有點緊,右前跨步仍有障礙。」

    男單第八種子廖晟勳首戰碰上國內選手鄭景鴻,雙方實力有明顯落差,廖晟勳以15-3直落二輕取對手,晉級16強。

    就讀師大體研所一年級的簡毓瑾混雙與蔡佳欣配對,碰上大會第四種子紐西蘭搭檔克雷格/雪莉,最後簡毓瑾/蔡佳欣連續兩局以15比9闖關成功,稍事休息後,簡毓瑾下午碰上世界女單排名第74的黃嘉欣,簡毓瑾輕鬆打沒壓力,反倒以11-8、11-7淘汰黃嘉欣,闖進16強。

    簡毓瑾過去碰上黃嘉欣總是勝少敗多,最近更是從來沒贏過,「或許是對手壓力比我大,加上移位腳步比昨天好很多,才能撂倒黃嘉欣。」簡毓瑾得意的說:「國內女單選手除了已退休的黃嘉琪沒贏過外,包括鄭韶婕在內都曾是我的手下敗將呢!」

    我國選手16日在女單賽事頻頻上演「小蝦米扳倒大鯨魚」戲碼,世界排名在250名外的張桂卿、陳曉歡分別擊敗大會前八種子加拿大選手萊斯、紐西蘭選手柏靈漢,世界排名第278的林涓更是以11-2、11-5輕取澳洲女將路易斯,16強將碰上大會頭號種子崔西。:mad: :mad: :mad: didnt understand
     
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    That was yesterday's results! Lazy to translate too since it does not involve any Indonesian players :p :p

    Anyway, Team Indonesia's performance so far is not so bad. 3 quarter-finalists guaranteed from the second-team. Can they match the 3 final appearances achieved last year? I think Devin/Vita really has an excellent chance to be the champion here. They only have to deal with Tony/Cheng :cool:
     
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    hey sekiray, do u have any idea where the ct open is?? im not sure where 東化北路 is. can u tell me the name of the facility they're playing in in chinese?? thnx
     
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