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DRAW of HONGKONG Open SS 2012

Discussion in 'China Open / Hong Kong Open 2012' started by CLELY, Nov 6, 2012.

  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    Last updated from ts.com, some players/pairs have been pulled out : Sourabh Varma (IND), Bae Youn Ju (KOR), Jenna Gozali/Komala Dewi (INA), Anneke/Nitya (INA), Songphon/Kunchala (THA).
     
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    what happen? injuries?
     
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    btw, what happen to Zhang Nan / Chai Biao at HK SS? can't find their name in the list. CBA already give up on them?
     
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    woww... how can it be they aren't lethal enough when both of them become champions in two successive tourneys.... which is, denmark pss 2012 and french open 2012... :eek:
     
  5. rahuldarga

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    Seems like nowadays Boonsak seems pretty determined, like Sony, to turn around his fortunes. But I dont think he will beat LCW though. The best he can do is provide a good fight. Do not want to offend any fans here. Its just my IMHO.:)
     
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    There is an article in the newspaper today. In it, Yu Yang claims she never said she was retiring in the aftermath of the Olympic disqualification.
     
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    She's technically right. In her blog, she was saying goodbye to her beloved badminton .......
     
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    Feel for Boonsak. There's news about a month ago that his mom was rushed to hospital due to a stroke.
    Fortunately, she's safe now. He's the family's breadwinner. Wish him all the best.
     
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    Yah, that just meant badminton shall no longer be her beloved, didn't mean she will not play it again. i.e., she may hate badminton or no passion about it, but still play it, and maybe hit it harder... :D
     
    #49 Jonc108, Nov 20, 2012
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