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Discussion in 'Philippines Open / Singapore Open 2008' started by narnia, Jun 10, 2008.
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See the portion in red in the article.
SG Aviva Open 2008 YY Tshirt (for Samuel). SGD$25.00
Awesome pictures, Oldhand; thanks for posting it....
You know I love them . HHY....yummmmmmmyy
madbad, here's some reason for anxiety
Haha, thanks. That's why I'm selective... very selective
I see my flickr photos have been viewed. You guys can check back for more once I get to processing my semi-finals photos.
Hope you guys enjoyed the coverage of the Singapore Open 2008.
Yeah, nice pics. Looking forward to more
Sorry that I need to tell you that Razif is 23 years old as after Razif is Nairul who is 21.
why not u guys meet up against each other and do a bc gathering there in spore???
and then u guys can take a group pics
yeah nadal does usually wear the green sleeveless tops, but i think he looks better in them than andrew smith. Main reason: hes actually buff...his arms are huuuuuuge
thank you to all the ppl that have taken the trouble to snap up the great photos
yeap, khe wei ia taller than twk.
where are the semifinal pics..?
N final too..
sam...are you going to wear it when you play baddy
Some seriously good photos there. Thanks!
Here's a few of Vitenam's Nguyen Tien Minh at the Singapore Open 2008.
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It's a pity that there are no devices that measure a badminton player's on-court swiftness or speed of reaction. If there were one at the Singapore Open, it would have imploded trying to track the streak of Malaysian lightning named Mohammed Razif.
One of Mohammed Zakry's younger brothers, Mohammed Razif is blessed with lethal speed in addition to a cracker of a smash. China's Xie Zhongbo & Guo Zhengdong discovered this the hard way - by getting beaten time and again by the alternating bursts of speed and ferocity from the young Malaysian.
Worse for China, when Razif was not attacking, he was defending tirelessly. To the hard-hitting Zhongbo and Zhengdong, it was as if Razif's racquet face was as wide as the court itself. Not that young Tan Wee Kiong didn't contribute anything - it was just that his quicksilver partner ruled the points.
My vote for 'Fastest Player of the Singapore Open 2008' goes to Mohammed Razif Abdul Latif.