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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Msian players lost except for the 3 MD pairs. Vountus/Lufti should at least reach finals in this tourney & show some results, they are not young juniors anymore.
    how old are they ??
    do they play for BAM or already quit ?

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    without good power, this pair seems struggling against any pair, as they dont know how to kill the shot...
    but it's ok as long as they know how to win the match....

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    how old are they ??
    do they play for BAM or already quit ?
    Hmm, both 23, still with BAM. The other 2 pairs : Yew, Jagdish, Low, Tan YJ are 19 and 20, still young. By right, Vountus/Lufti should be participating in GP and SS level tournaments by now like their peers GVS/LKW, TWK.

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    Belaetrix... lost to unknown player in the very first round of international challenge...

    terrible result

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    So far so good for Team INA, with only 4 losses (2 in MS, 1 in WS, and 1 in MD).

    It will get tougher tomorrow, with 2 rounds being played and there would be plenty of casualties for sure.

    MS R16
    Evert Sukamta vs Keigo Sonoda [3] - Evert should start delivering some results at IC level tourneys.....can he beat the third-seed tomorrow?

    WS R16
    Chiaki Tamura vs Hera Desi [2] - Hera should progress.

    MD R16
    Muhd Ulinnuha/Ricky Karanda Suwardi
    [7] vs Takeshi Kamura/Keigo Sonoda - I expect Ulin/Ricky to progress to at least QF.

    Berry Angriawan/Rahmat Adianto
    vs Takatoshi Kurose/Sho Zeniya [8] - I am hoping for an upset here for Berry/Rahmat.

    Praveen Jordan/Didit Juang Indrianto vs Hiroyuki Saeki/Ryota Taohata [5] - Jordan/Didit have done well in these 2 tourneys and it will be a tremendous achievement if they can reach QF and face Markus/Agri again.

    Shu Wada/Tetsuya Watanabe vs Markus Fernaldi Gideon/Agripinna Prima Rahmanto Putra [2] - Markus/Agri are expected to progress.

    WD R16
    Jenna Gozali/Komala Dewi
    [1] vs Saki Hayata/Sayaka Hirota - the top-seed should take this one.

    Chiang Pei Hsin/Pai Yu Po vs Gebby Ristiyani Imawan/Tiara Rosalia Nuraidah [2] - the TPE pair should be another tricky opponent and I hope Gebby/Tiara can at least reach QF.

    XD R16
    Irfan Fadhilah/Wenni Anggraini
    [1] vs Yuya Komatsuzaki/Aratama Misato - I still expect Irfan/Wenni to progress despite their laboured win today.

    Hiroyuki Saeki/Kugo Asumi vs Riky Widianto/Richi Dili Puspita [2] - ditto for Riky/Richi.

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    Taipei suffered the most losses and China players from club did not do well as expected especially on their WS and WD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    The end of the road for Nick in MSQ

    unfortunately i am not up to the standard of play over here. iit has been a great tour these two tournaments and i just have to keep training hard and push forward.

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    there is no photography allowed in the venue but managed to snap these quickly on my phone tuesday night after a practice session when korea was on the courts. i know you have all seen the inside of the venue before but for those who haven't. Name:  WP_000882.jpg
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    Default Qualification round - 4/4/2012

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    Suetyan: where did you find those pictures if you dont mind me asking? And are there more to browse through like a gallery, I would like to see if there were any more taken of me during my match. Thank you if you can provide me with that information.

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    I believe Liu Qicheng used to be in China National Team many years ago...

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    good...
    will be tougher against the koreans...

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    I believe Liu Qicheng used to be in China National Team many years ago...
    yes, but Lu Qicheng has been kicked back to province team. His father is the head coach of national junior team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    I believe Liu Qicheng used to be in China National Team many years ago...
    Lu Qicheng indeed was part of the National Team before. He was born in 1988 (turning 24 this year) and won the AJC title 7 years ago in 2005. There was no WJC that year...instead it was held on 2006 and Hong Ji Hoon won the WJC title in 2006, while Chen Jin won the title in 2004.

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    Both INA XD pairs progress to QF after straight-sets victories. Tougher opponents will await them for a place in SF later this afternoon.

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    another good result....

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    XD QF
    Irfan Fadhilah/Wenni Anggraini
    [1] vs Lee Sang Joon/Lee So Hee [6] - this will be a tough match for Irfan/Wenni, facing one of the WJC winner last year. I hope they can beat the Korean pair.

    Ryota Taohata/Megumi Yokoyama [5] vs Riky Widianto/Richi Dili Puspita [2] - the 3rd Japanese pair for Riky/Richi this tourney. I think they can progress to the QF.

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