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Indian Team for Doha Asian Games 2006

Discussion in 'Asian Games 2006 - Badminton' started by Arun V, Nov 10, 2006.

  1. Arun V

    Arun V Regular Member

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    The Following Indian Team announced by Badminton Association of India will be participating in the Asian Games 2006 to be held at Doha between 30th November to 9th December 2006.

    MENS:-
    1)Chetan Anand
    2)Anup Sridhar
    3)Arvind Bhat
    4)P.Kashyap
    5)Rupesh Kumar
    6)Sanave Thomas
    7)V.Diju
    8)J.B.S.Vidyadhar


    WOMENS:-
    1)Saina Nehwal
    2)Trupti Murgunde
     
  2. cao ci dan

    cao ci dan Regular Member

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    only sending MS and WS??....only CA will make it far!!
     
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    Asian Games

    Hi
    The men singles are - 1)Chetan Anand, 2)Anup Sridhar, 3)Arvind Bhat, 4)P.Kashyap
    Doubles are - 5)Rupesh Kumar & 6)Sanave Thomas, 7) V.Diju & 8)J.B.S.Vidyadhar

    WOMENS singles are - 1)Saina Nehwal 2)Trupti Murgunde
    Ciao
     
  4. cooler

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    gave a good fight

    India knocked out of men's badminton

    December 01, 2006 17:22 IST

    Indian shuttlers paid heavy price for their wayward display as Indonesia took an unbeatable 4-0 lead against them forcing the South Asian giants to make an early exit from the Badminton team competition of the 15th Asian Games in Doha on Thursday night.

    India had lost to China 0-5 in their first league match in the morning and then gave a patchy performance against Indonesia.

    Indonesian challenge was spearheaded by former World number one Taufiq Hidayat.

    Hidayat, the Olympic gold medal winner, was however given a tough fight by Anup Sridhar. The Indian battled it out against his formidable rival but committed unforced errors at crucial moments, which cost him the match.

    Sridhar matched Hidayat stroke by stroke but could not hold on to his nerves when required. The two fought superbly, dishing out fast and engrossing display of badminton but at the end of 35 minutes, it was the experienced Indonesian who prevailed.

    Hidayat won 23-21, 1-16 to give his side 1-0 lead.

    The second match, doubles contest between Rupesh Kumar and S Thomas and Mariks Kido and Hendra Setiwan was a tense affair.

    Rupesh and Thomas displayed good understanding to win the first set and were leading 8-5 when Thomas failed with his service and then Rupesh committed unforced errors, following which the Indians' game disintegrated.

    The third seeded pair seized the moment and made it 8-8 and after that never looked back. The Indians gave up without much fight in the third set to lose the match, they should have won, 21-19, 18-21, 21-13 in 32 minutes with the last set ending in just nine minutes.

    In the crucial third match of the tie, Parupalli Kashyap let go the golden chance to win the match. He had the match in his grip and rival Simon Santoso at his mercy.

    Kashyap won the firs set and led 13-7 in the second before he lost his concentration and grip over the match. Santoso made full use of his rival's tentative display and raced to win the second set and then easily won the third to give his country an unassailable 3-0 lead. Santoso won 15-21,21-13,21-17 in 43 minutes.

    In the fourth match, V Diju and S Vihyadhar lost to L Hadiyanto and A Y Chandra 21-19, 19-21, 15-21.
     
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    Why wasn't Chetan Anand playing MS in the team events? I thought he was their best.
     
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    Chetan Anand is out

    Oh, that explains it. The whole story, knife included is on BZI.
     
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    With Anand, India's challenge ends in men's badminton


    Doha, Dec 6: It took Lee Hyun of South Korea just 18 minutes to despatch India's Chetan Anand in a prequarter-final match of badminton in the 15th Asian Games here Wednesday. With this defeat ended India's challenge in the men's competition.

    Lee did not give time to Anand to settle down and beat him 9-21, 6-21. It were the Korean's superb drop shots and neat game play that played havoc for the Indian.

    Anand was outclassed in first game in just nine minutes. The deft placements by Lee were simply too hot to handle for the Indian who was forced to commit mistakes.

    Anand, who along with his wife Jwala Gutta are training under former All England champion Morten Frost in Denmark, was completely off the mark Wednesday.

    "I was not able to anticipate the judgements at baselines and some air on the court also disturbed me," said Anand, while conceding that Lee was a much better player.

    --- IANS
     
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    it's not over yet.. the indian top pair just beat the best hongkong pair in straight sets, they will face luluk/alven on the top 8...
     
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    not luluk/alven BUT kido/hendra:)
     
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    ow yeah.. you right.. hihihihi
     

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