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Kumpoo Macau Open GP Gold 2012: Day 6 (2 Dec) - FINAL

Discussion in 'Macau Open GPG / Korea Open GPG / India Open GPG 2' started by badMania, Dec 1, 2012.

  1. badMania

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    MS FINAL
    Gao Huan vs Chen Yuekun - the more senior Chen to win.

    WS FINAL
    Sun Yu vs Busanan Ongbumrungpan [7] - the CHN player has a slight edge.

    MD FINAL
    Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov [1] vs Lee Sheng Mu/Tsai Chia Hsin - the lanky Russian pair has proven their top-billing and progresses to the Final by beating 3 INA pairs! The scary thing is that they are only 25/23 yo and have a real great future ahead! But I think the TPE pair can win the title.

    WD FINAL
    Eom Hye Won/Jang Ye Na
    [1] vs Choi Hye In/Kim So Young - the more senior Eom/Jang to win.

    XD FINAL
    Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir
    [1] vs Mohd Rijal/Debby Susanto [3] - this should turns out to be Towi/Butet's 3rd Macau Open title, although I very much would like Rijal/Debby to win their 2nd GPG title this year!
     
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    So today's final matches will stage 3 encounters from same country through all CHN finals, KOR finals and INA finals in MS, WD and XD respectively.

    Towi/Liliyana on the way to create hat-trick winning in Macau Open :)
     
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    i hope busanan will win.
    sun yu is 2 year older than her
     
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    I'm with you on this one ;)
     
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    because u tasted the thunder 2 days ago?haha
     
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    And lightning as well :p
     
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    hehe
    busanan and sunyu was 0-1
    anyway,i hope to see busanan reach world top 15 along with ratchanok+tai tzu ying+mitani minatsu
     
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    live coverage??
     
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    There isnt one
     
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    I really wonder how come a Grand Prix Gold event dont have live streaming !!!! Even international series events have live streaming. For eg. Welsh international which is happening along side. It has wonderful live coverage for two courts.
    There is no live streaming for even a single court in macau open.
     
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    I think Gao huan is more senior...CMIIW
     
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    Quite accustomed to monitoring matches on Live Scores and watching the matches in YouTube later. Even the Olympics finals were not telecast live or delayed Downunder. Anyway Sun Yu made my day for me. Also happy for Miss Ong of my diaspora for reaching the finals. She is a strong contender for next year's WJC title and may be even the gold in Rio.
     
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    Sun Yu overcame Busanan,21-19 and 21-8, to win her first title after only three attempts at the regular(adult) international circuit, the two previous being the Thai Open and the CHN Open this year. Well done, keep it up.
     
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    I think they both(Chen Yuekun and Gao Huan) were born in the year, 1990.
     
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    Shoud Natsir/Ahmad WO or let their junior win to help them with their rank?/ (Learn from the best, china) :)
     
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    'Unfortunately', they didn't Deby/Rijal to steal their hattrick in Macau as Lilyana/Towi is leading 13-8 at decider.
     
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    correct me if i am wrong
    chen never play in ajc or wjc
    right?
     
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    yeah... hatrick for towy/lily ... 2010, 2011,2012 Macau GPG :)
     
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    Chen Yuekun raced off to 11-2 in G1, he has more international experience than Gao Huan. It's still early days yet, Gao Huan is capable of catching up.
     

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