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French Open 2007 - Day 1 - Oct 30 - Qualifying

Discussion in 'Dutch Open / Denmark Open / French Open 2007' started by oyl928, Oct 29, 2007.

  1. oyl928

    oyl928 Regular Member

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    any 1 know the schedule for French Super Series Qualifying? i checked tournament software, the schedule still not out yet...
     
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    did lcw play?????i heard his injured..
     
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    hopefully that lcw can play...
     
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    It starts tomorrow............
     
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    Lin Dan has a difficult draw. first sony, then hopefully WCH, and then taufik. I hope taufik can beat him, if sony or WCH doesn't...:p
     
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    Any idea what time (M'sian time) the match starts? It will be tomorrow right?
     
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    For Lin Dan, there's no such thing as hard draw, he take cares of his business as usual, we hardly see him fail. The hard draw are for those who have to face him not the other way around. Don't you think so? I don't see anyone can actually beat him.
     
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    Wah lin dan face sony again:eek: chen hong will also had a tough 1st round against boonsak hopefully chen hong can make it....
     
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    anybody here know what is the time difference between France and Malaysia???? we are ahead of them in how many hours????
     
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    Malaysia is 7 hours ahead:)
     
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    All relative to what happens on the day. The sun might not come out - a knee problem such as LCW's or a stomach muscle tear, all could contribute to LD being beatable.:D

    Of course I agree he is in terrific form. So is LCW, bar the knee problem.
     
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    Only 1 INA pair is involved in the Qualifying Round today, with Lita Nurlita/Nitya Krishinda facing Lim Pek Siah/Haw Chiou Hwee for a place in the main draw. It will be a tough match, but, given the good showing by Lita/Nitya at the Denmark Open, I hope they will qualify today.
     
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    thx a lot!!!!:D:D
     
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    the winner for this qualifying wasn't that lucky, whoever won this qualifying round will need to face seed #1 from china, Yawen Zhang, Yili Wei [1] in the 1st round.
     
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    Disagree. Look at who he played on his way to collect all his titles this year.There's nothing wrong with winning under the lucky stars but it's unconvincing. There are quite a few who can beat him and LD knows it too.
     
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    That's true. LD has compatriots like BCL, CH, CJ & CY to help him clearing the path. But poor LCW has to fight alone.

    LCW would have collected more titles if he were in LD's shoes.
     
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    Well some might opine that LD is 'favored' & therefore enjoy a little more success than others in the tournaments. To get to that 'favored' position in the first place requires discipline & hardwork. I just hope envy will not lead to resentment as have appeared with some in this forum.

    My opinion is that the men's single has always been competitive. You can have a good draw but if you are not up to the mark on that final day (for whatever reasons), you will still fall.
     

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