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JAPAN Open SS 2012 (18th-23rd September) : Qualification to FINAL Round

Discussion in 'Japan / Indonesia / Chinese Taipei Open 2012' started by CLELY, Sep 17, 2012.

  1. Bugsy

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    Cant expect KKK to change his style..this pair is going nowhere
     
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    Like many of us BCers been saying after OG, split them
     
  3. george@chongwei

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    mas koo/tan spoilt the party for malaysia as they go home as the runner up although no top pair left in their havles.. lack of the fighting spirit and initiative to go all out can be seen..
     
  4. Bugsy

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    SaRang plays like Yong DAe..quick in the net.but he has power in his smashes
     
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    But BAM still don't want to split them.. :mad:
    They hear and fulfill koo/tan's wish to remain as a pair and took a full U TURN of their initial decision.. damn..
    With this kind of performance, i 100% doubt they can reach at least the FINAL of wc next year...
     
  6. badMania

    badMania Regular Member

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    First SS title for Chan/Goh, Tai, and now Kim/Kim.

    Will it be also the first for HKG's Poon/Tse? I am rooting for them.
     
  7. Bugsy

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    Dunno what is stopping BAM to split them ..their jobs perhaps.??
     
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    Politics, sponsors, scare players leave bam, coaches, etc.... so many excuses ...
     
  9. Bugsy

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    let them turn professional..time for BAM to groom younger pairs..but BAM officials ' rice bowl on the line
     
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    politics, politics and politics..that;s right
     
  11. eaglehelang

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    Yeah George, I know. You asked me a few days ago if Ah Koo & Ah Tan can win the title. I said they should by right. I expected them to win more than CPS/GLY although CPS/GLY are 1st seeds. Ah Soon & Ah Ying are better fighters, even when up against pairs better in talent, skills & experience
    KKK/TBH not interested in following their 'trend' anymore, after Rexy left:p
     
  12. Justin L

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    The HK girls look better in yesterday's outfit, black top with magenta skort. Maybe this yellow top with the magenta skort even better.
     
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    Looks like the HK girls are going to disappoint the Japanese crowd again.
     
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    Yes, different eras. However, even if compared to when Boon Bee was is his 50s, still not as fit as Han Jian, as I have seen him coaching in Ipoh Swimming Club, now already retired as a coach. :D
     
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    The number 1 mother of all reason is this: When KKK/TBH is dismantled, the other combination from KLRC will the highest MD ranking. Now BAM can't allow that. They need face.
     
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    Any updates on the WD match. I cannot see Live Score here. :)
     
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    Hong Kong won!!!!!!!!
     
  18. Justin L

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    What an amazing final matchpoint won by HK with Tse Ying Suet sitting on the floor returning two successive shots before winning the point ! Congratulations to HK, SAR. Well done !
     
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    Disappointment for home fans as their last representative in this final Matsuo/Naito lost to HKG WD Poon/Tse, 17-21 / 20-22. Poon Lok Yan/Tse Ying Suet beat 4 local pairs en route to grab their first ever SS title, wow!
     
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    Wow, also 1st SS title? 3 1st time SS title winner here in Japan then
     

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