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Indonesia Open SSP 2012 - Final

Discussion in 'Thailand Open / Indonesia Open / Singapore Open 20' started by kwun, Jun 16, 2012.

  1. cobalt

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    The BWF video for the Finals of the IO SSP 2012 has already received 9,161 views/hits!
    In less than 24 hours after the finals were complete!
    Awesome!!!! Congratulations, PBSI and Djarum and all the organisers, for once again giving us a week to remember and cherish! :)
     
  2. huangkwokhau

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    This is frist time that reporters, players and public gave so much positive feedbacks including BWF....one of BWF official admitted that even AE is was really good in term of stadium and, clean and nice lighting but INA Open is so standout with many many things....our Players Lounge had never been quiet and been extended like cafe style...something new and hopefully I will share with you guys with some pictures.
     
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    I support Hendra AG because he and Alvent have improved so much over the last 2 years but are always just runner-ups, even though they reached so many finals. I always hope that this kind of players will get their breakthrough some day.

    Simon and Sony because of their injury problems. Simon showed great sportsmanship after the match where he quickly shaked Du Pengyu, the umpire and the service judge's hand before running off to his coaches, I think that is what every player should do!
     
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    all stadiums should provide free wifi.. kekeke.. ;)
     
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    Yes, exceptional awareness of who he should acknowledge first for his victory. Delighted for Simon.
     
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    Conspicuous by their absence were China's top coaches XXZ for MS, and ZN for WS.
    Absent from the IO PSS? Because it has no bearing on the OG qualification?
    But they've learnt something very disturbing here as a result... :D:D:D
     
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    there is a first time for everything, i think that's what some people saying? :D

    btw, yesterday MD final match, i remember JJS/LYD went to their coaches 1st before shake hands with Denmark MD players. no comment from GC on that as she commented chinese players at TUC finals?
     
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    ,..she's still missing titles from bigger events ala WC, AE & OG..

    btw, all of her accomplishments are available on the web, search & ye shall find..
     
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    How do you know,have you done a survey? On what basis do you say that? What makes you think you can speak for "other countries ...like India does"? Are you sure "it's all good"?
     
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    I also don't like JJS attitude of celebration. No respect for opponents. I like is bangging tho. ;)
     
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    To the coaches' credit, they did seem a bit put out and sent their boys back to the net. I liked that.

    Can't really blame anybody for going mental when they win a SS Premier title, but I can put myself in the losers' shoes as well.
     
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    too nerve to watch the England game, mark?
     
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    What England game?:D They're going to lose to Italy or Spain next; this is merely the middle bit of Titanic.
     
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    so you think they may top the group then!
     
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    Very sporting of Simon, nice to see a player do the classy thing.
     
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    They did!
    ............
     
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    What a great tournament this was; great atmosphere from the crowd, some incredible games, multiple countries as winners. The mascots were suprisingly amusing and the colour and presentation of the venue was first rate. I'm currently working my way through the games I missed on the bwf channel...I enjoyed it that much :)
     
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    WIsh I'd had money on that - beating the #3 seeds at home? Incredible result.
     
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    If not wrong, the 5 SS she won was 3 IO, 1 SO & 1 HKO. So all at SEA, mainly at Ina. WJC is a big junior event? GPG / GP / Commomwealth? Perhaps you are right, these are big for an Indian player. Better doing big than talking big. :D
     
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    hko is SEA?haha
    u might just get caught by zhong nan hai,ur beloved and supporting country agent.lol
     

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