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    Quote Originally Posted by dan92 View Post
    She went to SMPK IV penabur. The school that i went before moving to Canada. well back then, she won some national competition i guess.
    Was bored and found this: http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...A984A86&tid=22

    She was born in 1990, and is playing in German league.. There are many foreign player, like Wong Choon Han, Jen Hao Hsu, Andre Kurniawan, Carl Baxter, Tan Chun Seang (even Kenneth Jonassen) all players and result can be found in the link...
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    Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki has also joined the Bundesliga, playing for B.V. Mulheim.

    Andre Kurniawan Tedjono
    plays for BC Beuel (already secured the playoff spot) and only lost once (in Singles) to Yoga Pratama last year. I believe it has been a good experience for him playing in the German Bundesliga. Not only he can play in the League, but also participate in the several European IC tourneys at a relatively minimum cost.
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    Andre Kurniawan Tedjono [5] beat Misbun Ramdan Muhd Misbun in 3-sets. He will entertain Emil Holst later today. I am rooting for Andre to go far also as he tends to have a better record competing in European tourneys, having won several of them in the past 4 years.

    Andre's achievements:
    2007 - New Zealand Open GP
    2008 - Le Volant d'or de Toulouse, Indonesia IC, Dutch Open GP
    2010 - Austria Int
    2011 - Swiss Int

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    No offence but AKT is the most annoying player to watch or probably play !. If anyone has "perfected" the art of stalling/time wasting it is him ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    No offence but AKT is the most annoying player to watch or probably play !. If anyone has "perfected" the art of stalling/time wasting it is him ...
    Well, INA fans probably wouldn't care that much as long as he wins :P

    I personally think Boe/Moe is also an annoying pair. Plus some CHN ladies too.

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    MS R16
    Emil Holst vs Andre Kurniawan Tedjono [5] - I think Andre can beat the young Danish player.

    MD R16
    Jim Middleburg/Vincent De Vires vs Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki/Dharma Gunawi - Yoke/Dharma should also beat the junior French pair who lost to Lukhi/Kevin in the WJC last year.

    Jorrit De Ruiter/Dave Khodabux [3] vs Jones Ralfy Jansen/Ari Trisnanto - it will be an upset win if the INA pair can beat the more experienced French pair.

    XD R16
    Nelson Heg Wei Keat/Chow Mei Kuan
    vs Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki/Veerle Wijers - although the MAS pair is a junior pair, I think they can beat Yoke and his partner.

    Andrej Ashmarin/Anastasia Panushkina
    vs Jones Ralfy Jansen/Cisita Joity Jansen - ditto....I don't think the Jansen siblings can take this match.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Well, INA fans probably wouldn't care that much as long as he wins :P

    I personally think Boe/Moe is also an annoying pair. Plus some CHN ladies too.
    I want him to win too ... just faster . Every point he takes what seems like a minute to recover ...

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    So Heg/Teo beat Bosch/Ridder in 3 games and saved a match point (21-19 in the 3rd)

    I can only put this loss down to Ruud Bosch new hair cut! Looks unrecognisable like that!

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    MS QF
    Andre Kurniawan Tedjono
    [5] vs Loh Wei Sheng - I believe Andre will beat the MAS player.

    MD QF
    Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki/Dharma Gunawi
    vs Rikkert Suijkerland/Dennis Van Daalen De Jel - ditto for Yoke/Dharma.

    WD QF
    Febby Angguni/Cisita Joity Jansen vs Chow Mei Kuan/Lee Meng Yean - the MAS pair has the edge over the scratch pairing of Febby/Cisita.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan92 View Post
    She went to SMPK IV penabur. The school that i went before moving to Canada. well back then, she won some national competition i guess.
    She won TPI Smash tournament at 2007 or 2006 (Can't recall). But the tournament was more a entertainment with TV rating purpose mixed in.

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    Shocking that Nelson/Teo beat Bosch/Ridder!

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Shocking that Nelson/Teo beat Bosch/Ridder!
    mak/teo beat this pair in copenhagen master on the same year they won wjc
    so nothing surprise

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    Today's matches :
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...C-59CA2B2A7E59

    Nelson/Chow, Loh WS already lost. Sonia won

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Today's matches :
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    Nelson/Chow, Loh WS already lost. Sonia won
    A young Indonesian pair beat that Austrian combination a couple of weeks ago at the Banuvest International... What age are Nelson/Chow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    A young Indonesian pair beat that Austrian combination a couple of weeks ago at the Banuvest International... What age are Nelson/Chow?
    Nelson=19, Chow=18

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    Quote Originally Posted by press100 View Post
    Nelson=19, Chow=18
    hmm but if I recall correctly, the Indonesian pair are younger than this (I think 17-18)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    hmm but if I recall correctly, the Indonesian pair are younger than this (I think 17-18)
    YES. Edi Subaktiar/Melati Daeva Oktaviani are younger than the MAS pair. They beat the Austrian pair in straight-sets in the Banuinvest International 2012.

    Quite surprising to see Febby Angguni/Cisita Joity Jansen beating the AJC runner-up in straight-sets. A SF spot it is for them. Well done gals!

    Andre Kurniawan Tedjono
    [5] also progresses to the SF as expected and will face Dicky Palyama [4]. He last beat the home player in the Belgian Int 2011 in straight-sets.

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