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Korea Open Super Series Premier : Day 1 (26-Jan-2011)

Discussion in 'Malaysia Open / Korea Open 2011' started by miksss, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. miksss

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    Here we go....some interesting matches :

    Simon Santosovs Boonsak Ponsana
    Simon was doing good in MO, hopefully Simon can overcome Boonsak.

    Tzu Ying Tai vs Saina Nehawal
    Saina just recover from injure, and tai may spring surprise





    Tine Baun vs Li Xuerui.
    last encounter,Tine lost to Li. This time most likely Tine will redeem it

    Hwang Hye Younvs Eriko.
    support HHY :D

    Wong Mew Choovs Liu Xin.
    Ah choo did well in MO,beat Lu Lan and force Wang Xin into decider game. Support Ah Choo,boleh!

    Bae Seung Hee vs Juliane.
    my bet goes to Juliane

    Maria Febe vs Wang Xin.
    still remember when febe met Wang Shixian at AE 2011 r1,and met Wang Lin at China Open 2010 r1?
     
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    yap.hope simon can do well to in Korea.ha5. anw. is there any chance for febe to win ?
     
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    hard task indeed,but nothing is impossible... hehe :D
     
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    Another interesting match, Ratchanok vs Yihan. Last week, the Thai prodigy lost straight-sets to current world #1.
    Who knows this time Ratchanok may take revenge at same round...
     
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    Robert/Flandy will win in two straight games tomorrow against Ahsan/Septano
     
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    Good luck and all the best for INA Camp tomorrow....:)
     
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    exciting matches. Better bring a heater or blower. So cold... everyone is freezing. Hopefully no excuse...Proper warm up and warm down is important....brrrrr.... quickly eat kimchi or get a beer to warm up... ;)
     
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    2011 Korea Open PSS: The Simon Santoso-vs-Boonsak Ponsana match

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    Looking at our PAW picks, most PAWers (me included) have picked Simon Santoso.

    But I think it should be a close match. :):):)
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    Biao Chai/Zhendong Guo - Mads Conrads-Petersen/Jonas Rasmussen

    should be definitely the most exciting one! simple because both of them were the finalists in the back to back previous super series. In another words, They are supposed to be the best 2 mens doubles, now clash in the first round of the next back to back super series. There is nothing more exciting than that!
     
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    Even the qualifying event for this SS was exicting, usually they are boring and predictable.
     
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    This is going to be a tough late nite for kkk/tbh. Why is it always so late? Can't BWF do something about the schedule? More courts? ;)
     
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    rematch of the Malaysian SS final in round 1 for MD

    Should be interesting, the two new pair have now become the pair to watch in 2011
     
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    Any updates? It' 10:15 am now.
     
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    Looking at their LiveScores, the Game 1 of the Hirokatsu Hashimoto/
    Mizuki Fujii-vs-Nova Widianto/Vita Marissa match is excitingly close.

    Game 1: HH/MZ-NW/VM 21-18

    The biggest lead was by 3 points; And their scores leveled up 8 times.
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    Bad push from Hiro is punished by Vita
     
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    Mizuki hits wide and Nova/Vita level at 1 game apiece
     
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    The Hirokatsu Hashimoto/Mizuki Fujii-vs-Nova Widianto/Vita Marissa match

    Game 1: HH/MZ-NW/VM 21-18
    The biggest lead was by 3 points; And their scores leveled up 8 times.

    Game 2: HH/MZ-NW/VM 16-21
    Their scores leveled up 5 times, but NW/VM finished this game strongly with 5 points in a row.
     
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    Nice down the line smash from Nova. INA 10-6

    Net service kill by Nova (pounced like a jungle cat). INA 11-7

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