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Malaysia Open 07 - Day 1 (Qualifying rounds)

Discussion in 'Malaysia Open / Korea Open 2007' started by anfan2000, Jan 15, 2007.

  1. anfan2000

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    The seeds of Draw Qualifying round losted at day 1st.

    MSQ : Ronald SUSILO (Seed 1),Bobby MILROY (Seed 3/4) and Roman SPITKO (Seed 5/8) were losted at first match of Draw Qualifying. Here :

    Mohd Nazree LATIFI [MAS] - Ronald SUSILO [SIN - 1] no match
    Kenn LIM [MAS] - Roman SPITKO [GER - 5/8] 21-10 18-21 21-15
    Tien Minh NGUYEN [VIE] - Bobby MILROY [CAN - 3/4] 21-14 21-8


    Seed of MDQ is lost:
    Kien Keat KOO / Boon Heong TAN [MAS] - Vitalij DURKIN / Alexandr NIKOLAENKO [RUS -5/8] : 21-10 21-8
    Daniel A SHIRLEY / John GORDON [NZL] - Peng Soon CHAN / Hun Ping CHANG [MAS - 5/8] : 20-22 21-18 21-14


    Seed of MSQ is bye :
    Sutheaswari MUDUKASAN [1] bye
    Aiying XING [3/4] bye


    Seed of MXQ is lost :
    Sock Ai OOI /Mohd Fairuzizuan MOHD TAZARI - Hoi Wah CHAU / Wai Ho HUI [HKG - 5/8] : 21-13 21-18
    Satoko SUETSUNA /Tadashi OHTSUKA [JPN] - Yanmei JIANG / Hendra WIJAYA [SIN 5/8] : 16-21 21-19 21-8
     
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    jbchiong Regular Member

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    Just curious. Does anyone here know why Ronald Susilo didn't play?
     
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    He was put into the main draw because someone pulled out. So he's safe, not eliminated.
     
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    MSQ1:
    Should be Sony's spot as Ronald got a direct entry to the main draw
    MSQ2:
    Should be Wong Choong Hann (if he is decently fit)
    MSQ3:
    Fight between Anup Sridhar and Nguyen Tien Minh; I predict the Vietnamese
    MSQ4:
    Nakanishi v Dabeka; Tan Chun Seang could play spoiler

    WSQ:
    Due to withdrawal of Zhang, Xie, Jiang and Wang, the top four qualifying seeds (Xing, Mudukasan, Rice, Maria Kristin) got direct entry to main draw. Lee Hyun Jin (WSQ1) and Kim Moon Hi (WSQ4) look set to qualify but toss-up for the other two spots.

    MDQ1:
    Hwang Ji Man/Cho Gun Woo v Hui/Alroy (Hkg); Koreans should take it
    MDQ2:
    Ong SH/Tan BS v Lindley/Langridge; Malaysians favourites
    MDQ3:
    Koo KK/Tan BH v Chew CE/Hong CH; Koo/Tan should have no problems
    MDQ4:
    Shirley/Gordon v Warfe/Smith; Australians seeded to win, but I favour Kiwis

    XDQ1:
    Munt/Logosz promoted to main draw so Maeda/Masuda got this spot automatically (no difference to promotion to main draw, I guess)
    XDQ2:
    Nicholas/Langridge v Ooi SA/Fairuz; close call, think English has more XD class
    XDQ3:
    Suetsuna/Ohtsuka v Andersen/Nielsen; Danes favs
    XDQ4:
    Kim Min Jung/Joen Jun Bum v Fong CY/Gan TK; hard to say, Koreans have better female player, so they are favs
     
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    Oh, I see! So that what's happened. Now, i know. Tnx for the info.
     
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    for now, Tien Minh NGUYEN [Vietnam was beated Muhamad HASHIM 21-10 ,21 -8
     
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    I think it will the Indian to be qualifier. He's not that easy to beat.
     
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    Agree, He's had good matches againts Taufik, LCW and others.

    Chong Wei Feng & Lim Kenn are the stars so far for the Malaysian Juniors. They have scored good wins againts more fancied opponents.
     
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    My money is on the Vietnamese. He's been lurking sinisterly in the last few tournaments and if his Asian Games performance is anything to go by, he could be a threat.
     
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    Ok, I bet 50BCF Dollars :D on Anup taking Q3. Any takers????

    :)
     
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    I take Nguyen and up it to 100 BCF$
     
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    Alright, since I brought up the topic of money, I'm ALL IN for Tien Minh against ANUP :p :p
     
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    wow..nice..chong wei feng finally beat jeffer huh? but lost to lim kenn :D
     
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    BCF$ 200 for Anup.
     
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    anyone knows if the ld vs TH match is broadcasted in webstreaming?
     
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    the fight between Anup Sridhar and Nguyen Tien Minh is best match.
    Anup is seed 5/8 of MSQ.However, I bet for Tien Minh.Because Tien Minh get success at last tournaments.
     
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    Don't understand you. :confused: I thought NTM will face Anup Sridhar in the qualifiers so how can he be beaten by Hashim?
     
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    I think what you mean is:

    Results of MSQ....NOT "Seed of MSQ is lost" :confused:
     
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    He meant "has beaten" instead of "was beaten by"
     
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    He meant to show "the seeds that have lost"
     

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