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Polish International Championships 2010 (Bialystok, 25th-28th March 2010)

Discussion in '2010 Tournaments' started by CLELY, Mar 23, 2010.

  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    No home player in last round, Asian shuttlers dominate today's final match.
    Top-seed Joachim Persson and WS defending champion Wang Linling lost to Spaniard Pablo Abian and Japanese qulifier Kana Ito repectively in semifinal last night.

    FINAL

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    -- Pablo Abian (ESP) >< Hiroyuki Saeki (JPN)
    WS -- Kana Ito (JPN) >< Chan Tsz Ka (HKG)
    MD -- Yohan H.Wiratama/Wong Wai Hong (HKG) >< Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov (RUS)
    WD -- Shinta Mulia Sari/Yao Lei (SIN) >< Chan Tsz Ka/Chau Hoi Wah (HKG)
    XD -- Chayut Triyachart/Yao Lei (SIN) >< Andrej Ashmarin/Anastasia Prokopenko (RUS)
     
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    HKG seems very clever by sending their players here and conquer here!:p
     
  5. CLELY

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    Unfortunately, HKG players failed to win any title here...

    Congrats to the winners :

    MS -- Pablo Abian (ESP)
    WS -- Kana Ito (JPN)
    MD -- Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov (RUS)
    WD -- Shinta Mulia Sari/Yao Lei (SIN)
    XD -- Andrej Ashmarin/Anastasia Prokopenko (RUS)

    Final result through ts.com -- http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...05B536-028D-409D-A184-626C55F2080B&d=20100328
     
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    Well, apparently the HKG players did not conquer anything today... I see some Russian improvements in MD here... Ivanov-Sozonov?!? Weren't they the guys who gave Rian-Yoke a hard time at the Russian Open a few years ago... Is this their first international title or something?
     
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    Their biggest success ever, indeed...
     
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    Pablo has been impressive, he beat Joachim, Usually pablo isn't a dangerous player, I think he improved dramatically, Must be training hard.....Keep it up.....Good luck
     
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    He played excellent in Poland. Very fast, good defence, good attack; even good right hand and left hand:)
     
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    Wow, it's a surprise to see all hkg representative in the final all lost out.
     
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    jsteve what do you mean by good right hand and good left hand in your previous msg :p, Does Pablo play with both hands :p
     
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    You are right:) an he was right and left (playing).
     
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    OMG, this is so cool indeed:cool:

    any videos, pics?
     
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    Not sure about videos and pics but maybe later. If I find I'll give links.
     
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    One friend who was there told me that Abian defended a smash in the semifinal changing his racket to the left hand and finally he won the point. If I were Persson I would feel very frustrated :confused:
     
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    Exactly so. During semi vs Persson. But Polish TV recorded and showed only final, so it is difficult to find a video or picture. However there are some videos I think but I have got not any:mad:.
     
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    Some in the article here and one more here, though none depicting ambidexterity.
     
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    wow, that was cool!:cool:

    In BWF rules, no foul right?
     
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    We see any tennis player did it too, can hit the ball by left or right hand. It's not against the rules.
    INA had one "the octopussy" in tennis.
     
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    Pablo Abián was impressive in the Polish International

    I think Pablo Abian defended in the final one smash with the left hand and won the point. If someone recorded the final could upload the defense. Thanks
     

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