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Swiss Open Draw

Discussion in 'German Open / All England / Swiss Open 2005' started by seven, Mar 10, 2005.

  1. jamesd20

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    Good idea

    I think Ha is in there more as a tutor guiding the young ones which is essential since Kim Dong Moon, Lee Dong Soo, Yoo Yong Seng all retired after Olympic. I wish the same thing can be done in Malaysia, split up Chew Chun Eng and Choong Tan Fok and team them up with potential younsters.
     
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    I think Malaysia is aiming to keep as many seeded pairs for the upcoming WC as possible, as some of their star doubles players are injury prone its not time to be messing about. Maybe Sudirman cup we may see some pairs mixed around. Would be nice to see the old Choong and Lee partnership reunited :)

    Korea have already lost Kim Dong Moon, Lee and Yoo, Kim Yong Hyun...I don't think they have a lot of choice. Their youngsters already show much promise, just need some guidance and experience playing the top pairs IMO. ;)

     
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    Why aren't there any Thai players? :(
     

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