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Li-Ning Singapore International Series 2012

Discussion in '2012 Tournaments' started by suetyan, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. suetyan

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    Matches involving INA players in MS R32:
    Kuan Beng Hong [7] vs Andre Marteen

    Sho Zeniya [10] vs Seto Danu Kusumah

    Alrie Guna Dharma [3] vs Goh Giap Chin

    Achmad Rivai vs Gerald Ong Soon Lee

    Febriyan irvannaldy vs Akira Koga

    Tan Kian Meng vs Evert Sukamta [8]

    Adi Pratama vs Anup Sridhar [4]
     
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    after soo teck zhi participate in the brainless 2 gold medal tournament,he lost in the 1st round.
    well done bjss!
     
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    I see the scratch pair of Chayut Triyachart (SIN) and Ng Hui Ern (MAS) are doing very well in XD.

    They even beat No.1 seed Singapore's Tery Yeo and Delis Yuliana in three games yesterday.

    Chayut is without his regular partner Yao Lei, who just returned from the Olympics after a very disappointing WD showing with Shinta.

    Let's see whether Chayut and Hui Ern can be as lucky against INA's Alfian and Gloria (#4) in this evening's SF.

    Chayut will also partner Danny Bawa Chrisnanta in MD against TPE's Liang Jui Wei and Liao Kua Hao (#4). But the SIN pair are the top seed.

    It should be an interesting SF evening with many of Singapore's players in action as follows.

    WS - Xing Aiying (2) v Chen Sian Huan (7) TPE
    WD - Aiying & Fu Mingtian (2) v Kugo Asumi & Meumi Yokoyama, JPN
    XD - Chayut & Hui Ern (MAS) v Alfian & Gloria (4) INA
    WS - Fu MT (1) v Pai Yu Po, TPE
    MS - Ashton Chen (1) v Dharma Alrie Guna (3) INA
    MD - Danny & Chayut (1) v Lian & Liao (4) TPE
     
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    witnessed part of the semi final today.

    Wonder anyone has the bio data of this Indonesian-Dharma Alrie Guna? He doesn't look like an Indonesian, he looks like a Chinese. :D Quite good looking though. :p

    Japanese secure the WD final tomorrow. During the match between Miyauchi/Fukushima and the Ng's sisters, a crazy man shouted: "Malaysia Boleh", "Singapore tak boleh" as the next court featuring Fu/Xing from Singapore. :D Everyone was looking at him. I think the guy who was sitting beside me was anti this man, he shouted:"ganbare nippon" :D

    Actually the Ng's sisters are actually more experienced than the Japanese, I never expected the Japanese to win. They made a lot of mistakes today, they should have better mutual understanding compared to the Japanese as they are sisters, but this is not true. They were worsen than the Japanese today. They were leading about 4-5 points after the interval in each game, but they couldn't get it done. Since Fukushima has joined Renesas, I think she wanted to specialized in doubles, instead of singles. I think Okuhara doesn't have to worry. :D

    On the other court featuring another pair of Japanese Kugo/Yokoyama who defeated the second seed easily. After their match, an old lovely Japanese couple sat next to me gave them a present. They looked pleased. :D

    Will phil-mm go to watch tomorrow? :D
     
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    Alrie Guna Dharma, 21 years old (9 july 1991) height 180 cm from Bandung City , he has left PBSI and now stand up / fighting for his own club Guna Dharma, he won Bangladesh International Series in 2011 currently ranking 130 (BWF), Yup he is Indonesian Chinese
    Brother : Adhie Guna Dharma
     
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    Hi Mr.Seafood....you are here too. Thanks for your information. :)
     
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    Actually keeghi came today to watching and support ur brother , but it was a great game dhie
    Hahahahhahahaha
    If u and ur brother have time , please visit SIS tommorow and play with us as not many people playing now because of Hari Raya
     
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    Talked with the Japanese and took a photo with them after the match. They are so kind! I was given a Li Ning N70 racket by Kugo that she won at the final. :D
     
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    additional to that, I also saw Nova Wilianto at there.
     
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    Really thats very nice , but isnt that japanese sponsored by Yonex?
    Can u post the photos , its should be exciting
     
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    yes, they are sponsored by Yonex. I mean the racket they were given as a present during the victory ceremony. Since they are sponsored by Yonex, they can't use Li Ning racket, thus they gave me I believe. :D
     

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    Lucky you sis to get winning racket :D
    Two titles for TPE, one each for JPN, THA and the host.
     
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    I was there during the SF and Finals. Delighted to see so many new players of relatively high standard. Unfortunately did not see Suetyan. :D

    The seating gallery was a long narrow strip against the back wall, with about three rows of seats that could only accommodate a limited number of fans and visitors. Certainly not as ideal as the large badminton halls in Toa Payoh, Tampines, etc, that used to host such tournaments.
     

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    aiya, you have my number, you should have contacted me. :(
     
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    yes yes, so lucky to get the N70 racket. It costs about RMB 1700. :D
     
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    The many faces of Pai

    It was the WS semis and the unseeded Pai Yu Po (TPE) proved to be a very tough opponent for Singapore's Fu Mingtian (#1) before losing in three closely-fought games 14-21, 21-19, 21-18 in slightly more than an hour.

    It appeared Fu was suffering from an elbow injury and this showed when she lost timidly to teammate Xing Aiying in the finals 21-10, 21-8 in just 25 min.

    Pai was the centre of attraction with her 'spunky' hairdo as opposed to Fu's more subdued image. But both ladies put on some other accessories to add more colour to the occasion.

    Perhaps you can make out what are these that make them different. :D
     

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    Xing Aiying beat Chen Hsiao Huan 21-15, 21-15

    Singapore's Xing Aiying (#2), the eventual WS winner, had an easier time with another Taiwanese, Chen Hsiao Huan (#7) during the other WS SF. But Chen showed great fighting spirit and extended the time to 38 min.

    TPE sent quite a strong team, especially in doubles. I was told most of the players came from the clubs, just as many of the Japanese players did.
     

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    Ashton Chen beat Dharma Alrie Guna 21-15, 21-14

    In the MS semis, Singapore's Ashton Chen (#1) managed to beat Indonesia's Dharma Alrie Guna (#3) in straight games.

    Actually Dharma put up a very good and entertaining fight despite what the scores showed.
     

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    XD Chayut Triyachart SIN/Ng Hui Ern MAS beat INA Alfian Eko Prasetya/Gloria Eman (#4)

    The scratch pair of Chayut and Ng caused quite an upset when they beat the Indonesian pair of Alfian and Gloria. However they eventually lost to the Taiwanese in the finals.

    I was told that Chayut's former partner, Yao Lei, will concentrate on WD.
     

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