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Japan Open result

Discussion in 'Korean Open 2004 / Japan Open 2004' started by hcyong, Apr 6, 2004.

  1. hcyong

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    Looks like Taufik is missing from the main draw.
     
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    Taufik got injured in the Korean Open.
     
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    unauthentic ws qulified result!

    It's too tired to play 3 matches in one day for women's single player.So some results may be unauthentic.

    For examples, WOON Sze Mei lost to KOYANAGI Tomoko after WOON Sze Mei beat PERMANA Lenny roughly 11-10,11-8 while KOYANAGI Tomoko get a bye.

    CHIEN Yu-Chin lost to IMABEPPU Kaori after CHIEN Yu-Chin has played 5 games while IMABEPPU only played 2 games.

    others maybe inclued ANTARINI Silvi lost to KOMURO Kyoko, CHENG Shao-Chieh lost to SEO Yoon Hee.
     
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    Although these Japanese girls are unknown, I think Japan has a lot of very good young players so maybe it's not just a question of their opponent being tired...

    Have a look at recent junior results, Dutch Junior and German Junior for example...
     
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    They play in the qualifying matches on wooden court? Hey.. take note of the player from Mongolia - Enkbath Olonbayar. Mongolia just had their first international win.
     

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