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    Any videos of previous matches? Camon bwf...

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    It's gonna be another long night for us in MAS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    It's gonna be another long night for us in MAS.
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    It's even longer in Melbourne, Australia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luvina View Post
    Phew... Finally INA have 4 representative in Quarter Final.
    Good luck guys!
    Yeah, better than last year
    And who will cruise into last four?
    On paper, only our XD (if not blunder) who has best chance compared the other three who will face heavy-weight opponents.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jagdpanther View Post
    Is this the same Shen Ye who used to partner with He Hanbin 3-4 years ago?
    If so, then he's not that young anymore. Gonna be 25 *officially* next Sunday.
    Yup, the same person
    I guess Jung/Lee will learn their last week losing and take revenge this time, interesting clash indeed.

    Looking at tv schedule, only first five matches at TV court (court 1) will be aired LIVE.

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    First five matches are very interesting already. Astro will show a delayed second five.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngkt67 View Post
    Shen Ye is shorter player while Hong Wei is much taller player, this remind me the long time legend Cheah Soon Kit and Yap Kim Hock who they are tall-short pair...
    Ha, but you may not heard of Tan Yee Khan and Ng Boon Bee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    Any videos of previous matches? Camon bwf...
    you can check this out http://www.facebook.com/badmintonlink

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Yeah, better than last year
    And who will cruise into last four?
    On paper, only our XD (if not blunder) who has best chance compared the other three who will face heavy-weight opponents.

    ......

    I agree with you sis. That's why I said, 'Good Luck'.

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    Run by a bunch of incompetent people. That is why if the players don't unite, they themselves will suffer. Many are self centered, ignorant or so called 'bo-chap' players. Even the asian fans are left fuming with the late games.

    FORMER World No 1 Peter Gade launched a furious attack on world badminton chiefs after making a first round exit at the All England championships in the early hours of Thursday.

    The 35-year-old Dane had hoped for a farewell climax at the world's oldest tournament but instead was made to wait for several hours before suffering a 17-21, 21-16, 21-14 defeat to England's Rajiv Ouseph.It was the first time Gade had ever lost to Ouseph and afterwards he condemned the system imposed upon the tournament by the Badminton World Federation (BWF)."Why are we not in the same league as tennis or golf? Well, this is why," the former All-England champion fumed, referring to the use of four courts instead of five and the schedule's calculation of only 40 minutes for each match."To finish in the first round at 2.30 in the morning in my last All-England is very disappointing," said Gade, by far the longest lasting top level singles player in the history of the professional game."At my age you can be very vulnerable if everything is not right," he went on. "I have to give everything and everything has to be perfect. This is not what you want at the All-England."But no matter how crazy it sounds I expected this to happen. When you see they are planning only 35-40 minutes per match -- that's impossible. It tells you everything. It shouldn't be possible to happen."It left Gade finishing at the famous tournament with hardly anyone watching and made to depart almost unacknowledged.Earlier another famous name, Taufik Hidayat, the former world and Olympic champion, also complained about the scheduling imposed on the All-England after suffering a scare in the first round.In a match starting almost three hours late, Taufik had to save two game points in the first game and to recover from 13-15 in the second game before surviving 25-23, 21-17 against Kevin Cordon of Guatemala."I was too hungry because I had had to wait so long," the Indonesian legend said. "We need to eat at the right times, and I had to wait almost three hours to play. My hand was shaking.""They also have too much delay between matches," said Taufik.He next plays Chen Jin, the 2010 world champion from China with the winner facing a possible quarter-final with Lin Dan.Another player clearly affected by the late finish -- almost 3am in the case of the last women's singles -- was Wang Xin, the second seeded Chinese player, who was also beaten.The Asian Games champion from Shenyang showed little desire to cope with the lack of nutrition and debilitating delay caused by the schedule and went down 21-8, 21-13 to the unseeded Korean Sung Ji Hyun. AFP

    Read more: Gade furious after exit - Badminton - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/sports/badmint...#ixzz1ob47OAnl

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    I would love to see many upsets in MS..

    TH beats LD
    Rumbaka beats LCW
    Darren Liew beats HIL
    and KT beats CL

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    i'm all eyes in the match between jung/lee and shen ye/hong wei...
    another exciting md match awaits us

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    i'm all eyes in the match between jung/lee and shen ye/hong wei...
    another exciting md match awaits us
    This match is aired in just about right time.. I am looking forward to watch a powerful Hong Wei smashes in a much details view...Hoping they make an upset to LYD/JJS again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    I would love to see many upsets in MS..

    TH beats LD
    Rumbaka beats LCW
    Darren Liew beats HIL
    and KT beats CL
    What are the odds...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    I would love to see many upsets in MS..

    TH beats LD
    Rumbaka beats LCW
    Darren Liew beats HIL
    and KT beats CL
    We all love 'upsets'...dont we...?

    And in the SF LDR beat Rumbaka and LDR beat TH in the Final...

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    The final should be LD v LD, haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    The final should be LD v LD, haha
    should be LD vs DL...!!

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    There's going to be one upset in the MS QF tomorrow. I just sense it.

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