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Vietnam Open Grand Prix 2009

Discussion in '2009 Tournaments' started by gerrard778, Sep 2, 2009.

  1. Krisna

    Krisna Regular Member

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    Yuuup yup... Keep Linda, kick the 2 other WS out. The WS National Team composition of 2010 should just be: Firda, Maria Kristin, Maria Febe, and Lindaweni... That's it. :p But in case INA needs extra firepower for the Uber Cup team, the national team can consider either Nana or Pipin as a backup WS... ;)

    And yes, I think Nana's chance of winning is 49%... She can beat Zhang Beiwen, but not an easy task at all.... :p
     
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    UC team..
    1.Firdasari
    2.Maria Kristin (if she can increase her ranking before Februari 2010)
    3.Maria Febe
    4.Linda Weni (eerr...if Pelatnas don't call Febe, Linda Weni will be 3rd WS..just like Sudirman Cup..)..
     
  3. whack_d_net

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    Another casualties in INA camp as Alamsyah Yunus lost to Pakkawat Vilailak in 3 sets
    Meanwhile Hayom quite surprisingly lost to Andreas
     
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    Local fave Nguyen Tien Minh defeated MAS Daren Liew in 70 minutes, tough match for the top-seed and defending champion.
     
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    Nice job Andreas, probably surprising Djarum themselves :)
     
  6. Krisna

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    Meanwhile, Andre Kurniawan Tedjono prevailed over Singapore's Derrick Wong in a rubber set... He will face Tommy Sugiarto tomorrow. INA will surely get a representative in the SF. Also, I think Andreas 'Adit' Adityawarman can beat his sorta unknown quarterfinal opponent... :cool:
     
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    Anyone knows the payout for the winner in VO? Is that enough to pay for a plane ticket home?
     
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    The exact opposite. Both pair lost.
    Edo/Lingga have not shown any improvement... :(
     
  9. badadum

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    $3750 for the MS & WS. Plenty to cover Air Asia ticket and some good investment $$$. :)
     
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    Due to all INA affairs, INA already secured 3 spots for tomorrow SF from WD, MS and MD
    Hope there's still MORE to come :) :)
     
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    Woo Aussies through to Quater Finals for Mixed Doubles GOO AUSSIESSSS!!!!!!!!
     
  12. badMania

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    I am predicting this is Edo/Lingga's last match as a pair. They will surely be split! Lingga Lie has not been performing well since his dad passed away :cool:
     
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    i also quite surprise that the cpc(someone that leave bam this year,but with no issue,no one care about:rolleyes:,dont know should say him lucky or unlucky:p)
    and the aged hch can beat the 3rd seed.:eek:
     
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    MS QF
    Andreas Adityawarman
    [9] vs Chu Han Chou -- I hope Adit wins and progress to the SF.

    Tommy Sugiarto [8] vs Andre Kurniawan Tedjono [2] -- Pelatnas vs Djarum and I believe Tommy was never beaten by Andre.

    WS QF
    Maria Febe Kusumastuti
    [1] vs Tai Tzu Ying -- Febe should take this one and hopefully meet Lindaweni for a place in the Final.

    Lindaweni Fanetri vs Le Ngoc Nguyen Nhung [8] -- a tricky match for Linda, but, she should be able to beat the home player.

    Fransiska Ratnasari [5] vs Zhang Beiwen [2] -- Nana shows reasonable progress since her departure from Pelatnas and has been consistently reaching QFs of GP events. She fulfills her seeding yet again this week and it will be a bonus if she can been the SIN player.

    MD QF
    Wifqi Windarto/Afiat Yuris Wirawan [4] vs Luluk Hadiyanto/Joko Riyadi [7] -- the more experienced Luluk/Joko to progress to SF.

    WD QF
    Annisa Wahyuni/Anneke Feinya Agustine [1] vs Komala Dewi/Keshya Nurvita Hanadia -- the top-seed will progress.

    Nadya Melati/Devi Tika Permatasari vs Chong Sook Chin/Woon Khe Wei [4] -- the MAS pair to progress.

    XD QF
    Raj Veeran/Renuga Veeran vs Tontowi Ahmad/Richi Puspita Dili [2] -- I have a high hope on Towi/Richi in this tourney, but, I think they will lose to Flandy Limpele/Cheng Wen-Hsing tomorrow.
     
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    I have been told that Edo/Wiqgi (if i heard it right, wiqgi,not afiat)performs better in the practice..I wont be surprised and indeed that Edo/Lingga may be playing for last time...
    If Lingga stays at the pelatnas, he may pair with afiat, also Sigit may try them with some of Pratama MD as well...since they have come back to Cipayung since Oct 5....
    Actually it is nothing to do with Lingga's father but mostly he and Edo, for some reason are not communicating well at all....I hardly see them going out together..
     
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    I think Nana has a chance to beat Zhang Bai Wen...the reason is Zhang is unpredictable...sometimes she plays really well, or played very badly as I saw during Japan Open..lets see which side of Zhang will show up today....

    Nadya Melati and Devi will play as a pair again..actually they are quite solid..Vita will partner with Mona for the rest of this year as well as next year...
    We will see Vita/Mona again in Hongkong Open
     
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    And now, only one MS from Mas left in QF.....but i feel satisfied with LDR managed to steal one game off NTM....hope LDR keep improving from now on......and be able to beat more top 20 players in future.

    As for CWF,...he played Arif rubber in 3rd round so the real test for him in this tourney is just begin in QF......lets see what he can do today...
     
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    Looking at Luluk Hadiyanti/Joko Riyadi's latest ranking, they are actually going to break the top 50 by next week if they can beat Wifqi/Afiat today!

    Japan SS R16 (losing to Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen)
    Indonesia SS QF (losing to Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong)

    Chinese-Taipei GP Gold R32 (losing to Hwang Ji Man/Shin Baek Cheol)
    Macau Open GP Gold R32 (losing to Sun Junjie/Tao Jiaming)
    Malaysia Open GP Gold R32 (losing to Mak Hee Chun/Tan Wee Kiong)

    Indonesia Int Challenge QF (losing to Teo Kok Siang/Goh Wei Shern)

    I am wondering if they are going to partner each other again in the next tourney :cool:
     
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    They have 2 yr contract with Yonex.....within a year, they have to be top 32 MD to justify their contract.I think they will make it....they have to perform well in this tourney..then play HKG Open and MAS Challenge...
     
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    Haha, Chow PC & Hong this tourney not bad actually, considering they only partnered this year. Aiyo my bro, Hong not so old lah, should be 25 at most.
     

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