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    Lightbulb Typos do happen

    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    how come you're not there enjoying the australian open, chris? I'm sure it would be a worthy one..

    Btw, since when did Boonsak representing Malaysia, NTM representing Indonesia, Shon wan ho representing china, arif representing ina, and hong ji hoon representing china too? It's crazy though if that's reality
    Someone please tell the tournamentsoftware guy...
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    Hahaha...... Typos do happen.

    Right now, I am following one of my trainees, Gavin Ho, playing against Wong Wing Ki (HKG) [8].

    If Gavin can get half the scores/points of WWK's, Gavin should be prould of himself.
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    I take it it is THE Wang Lin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesd20 View Post
    I take it it is THE Wang Lin?

    Tournament software says it is Lin Wang?
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    In the Western world, the surname/family name always comes last.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    Hahaha...... Typos do happen.

    Right now, I am following one of my trainees, Gavin Ho, playing against Wong Wing Ki (HKG) [8].

    If Gavin can get half the scores/points of WWK's, Gavin should be prould of himself.
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    21-4 21-4 isn't too bad really

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    Takuma senses the bagel, 17-0

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    Takuma!!!!!! 21-2 21-0!!!!!!!

    I feel really sorry for his opponent

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    Cant believe Tommy lost so easily to HJH

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    21-4 21-4 isn't too bad really
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    Yes, it's not too bad.

    But I think he has too much respect for WWK.

    Gavin Ho is very young. He could participate in the Australian Open for the next 15 years, if he is interested to do so.
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    Fatigue could play a part in Tommy's defeat. He was travelling CGK-KUL-CGK-SYD last weekend and played both matches in the Axiata Cup.

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    Arrow The results of last 2 matches on Day 1

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    The results of last 2 matches on Day 1 were quite expected.

    * Sony Dwi Kuncoro [INA] easily defeated Rowan Henderson [AUS] 21-04, 21-06 in 18 minutes.

    * Daren Liew [MAS] easily defeated Daniel Guda [AUS] 21-05, 21-09 in also 18 minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
    Yes, it's not too bad.

    But I think he has too much respect for WWK [8].

    Gavin Ho is very young. He could participate in the Australian Open for the next 15 years, if he is interested to do so.
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    Just 6 hours before their match, Gavin Ho requested to have a photo taken with Wong Wing Ki [8].
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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Takuma!!!!!! 21-2 21-0!!!!!!!

    I feel really sorry for his opponent
    Yup, Takuma Ueda only produced 2 mistakes in whole match, hard to believe

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    Arrow Many Australian players participate in the Australian Open just for the experience

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    Yup, Takuma Ueda only produced 2 mistakes in whole match, hard to believe
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    Many Australian players participate in the Australian Open just for the experience.

    It's not a surprise that they could lose 21-0, 21-0.
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    As Day 1 finishes, let's take a look at Day 2's schedule;

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...CE0&d=20120404
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    One of our BCers is one of the line judges today.

    Let's hope that he could post some comments (later tonight).
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    Thanks Chris. Yes, I will post updates here. As a matter of fact, I was a line judge for Chen Jin's match - I was doing the sideline furthest from the umpire. I gave an out call on one of the early points in the first game - he turned around with a surprised 'huh' apparently in disbelief that he hit out this early in the game. Anyway, the first game was soon Chen Jin's, but then Lin Yu Hsien rallied back and took the second. The third game was actually tighter than the score suggests but eventually Chen Jin got his act together and managed to start getting the points going his way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Yup, Takuma Ueda only produced 2 mistakes in whole match, hard to believe
    Yes, that's right. I did the line judging for his game and was really sorry for Ernest. Actually it was quite a bit embarassing because Ernest gave so many points away - returns of serve into the net, deep corner lifts that he thought was out, but were a foot inside. I think it was nerves - but he really needs to work on his footwork - this was patently obvious - anyway Takuma was trying really hard not to give any points away.

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    Oh no! LXR has withdrawn??
    But's that's good news for Li Han.

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