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Sanyo Indonesian Open 2002 seedings.

Discussion in 'Indonesia Open 2002' started by kwun, Aug 23, 2002.

  1. kwun

    kwun Administrator

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    here are the seedings of the Indo Open '02

    Men's Singles:
    1 XIA Xuanze CHN
    2 LIN Dan CHN
    3 Kenneth JONASSEN DEN
    4 BAO Chunlai CHN
    5 SHON Seung Mo KOR
    6 ONG Ewe Hock MAS
    7 Taufik HIDAYAT INA
    8 LEE Tsuen Seng MAS
    9 Agus HARIYANTO * HKG
    10 Boonsak POLSANA THA
    11 Marleve MAINAKY INA
    12 James CHUA MAS
    13 Anders BOESEN DEN
    14 CHEN Yu CHN
    15 Bjoern JOPPIEN GER
    16 Richard VAUGHAN WAL

    Women's Singles:
    1 Camilla MARTIN DEN
    2 ZHOU Mi CHN
    3 Chen WANG ~ HKG
    4 ZHANG Ning CHN
    5 Mia AUDINA TJIPTAWAN ~ NED
    6 DAI Yun CHN
    7 KIM Kyeung Ran KOR
    8 Kanako YONEKURA JPN

    Men's Doubles:
    1 Jens ERIKSEN (1837) & Martin LUNDGAARD HANSEN (4108) DEN
    2 HA Tae Kwon (4767) & KIM Dong Moon (5745) KOR
    3 Lars PAASKE (7575) & Jonas RASMUSSEN (9578) DEN
    4 LEE Dong Soo (4273) & YOO Yong Sung (4766) KOR
    5 Jim LAUGESEN (4110) & Jesper LARSEN (5791) DEN
    6 Pramote TEERAWIWATANA (830) & Tesana PANVISVAS (7058) THA
    7 Halim HARYANTO (4392) & Tri KUSH ARYANTO (4510) INA
    8 ZHANG Wei (7195) & ZHANG Jun (8598) CHN

    Women's Doubles:
    1 Pernille HARDER (6347) & Mette SCHJOLDAGER (8494) DEN
    2 GAO Ling (9706) & HUANG Sui (50193) CHN
    3 Deyana LOMBAN (8025) & Marisa VITA (10360) INA
    4 RA Kyung Min (4781) & LEE Kyung Won (8245) KOR
    5 ZHANG Jiewen (50253) & WEI Yili (50925) CHN
    6 HUANG Nanyan (8349) & YANG Wei (10647) CHN
    7 Ann-Lou JORGENSEN (10106) & Jane BRAMSEN (10534) DEN
    8 Shizuka YAMAMOTO (11240) & Seiko YAMADA (50659) JPN

    Mixed Doubles:
    1 Jens ERIKSEN (1837) & Mette SCHJOLDAGER (8494) DEN
    2 Michael SOGAARD (521) & Rikke OLSEN (4789) DEN
    3 Chris BRUIL (729) & Lotte JONATHANS (9288) NED
    4 Jonas RASMUSSEN (9578) & Jane BRAMSEN (10534) DEN
    5 Tri KUSH ARYANTO (4510) & Emma ERMAWATI (8850) INA
    6 Nova WIDIANTO (7934) & Marisa VITA (10360) INA
    7 Bjoern SIEGEMUND (3945) & Nicol PITRO (6854) GER
    8 Frederik BERGSTROM (6979) & Jenny KARLSSON (10469) SWE
     
  2. Qidong

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    Hmm. Kim/Ra will be there but not playing mixed doubles. Interesting.
     
  3. Cheung

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    It remains to be seen if the chinese are really going to turn up at the tournament.....
     
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    Why? You expect another boycott, Cheung?:confused:
     
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    When was the last time a top chinese player actually turned up at the Indonesian Open?

    Why should they change now?
     
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    Cheung, the same exact thought came across when i saw the draws. however, i think this time they might actually show up as it will give them the preparation for the Asian Games.

    but we will just have to wait and see.
     
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    Hmm... security reasons??
    I still remembered last year's incident where Lee Tsuen Seng admitted that he played in the final against Marleve with fear. The stadium's atmosphere was simply unbearable.
     

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