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    Default US Open GP Gold 2012 - Comment on Matches (2nd-7th July 2012)

    ts link : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...056&d=20120702

    2011 Winners

    MS : Sho Sasaki (JPN)
    WS : Tai Tzu Ying (TPE)
    MD : Ko Sung Hyun/Lee Young Dae (KOR)
    WD : Ha Jung Eun/Kim Min Jung (KOR)
    XD : Lee Young Dae/Ha Jung Eun (KOR)

    Quite similar with previous week RUS GP, this tourney also lack of participants particularly for doubles category.

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    Finally the LiveScore appears R/64 MS matches are almost finished.

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    Anyone knows what happened to these 2 matches?
    There are still no 'results' yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy_Goh View Post
    Anyone knows what happened to these 2 matches?
    There are still no 'results' yet.

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    Jimmy, Wan Chia-Hsin and Michael Lahnsteiner won in rubber games and straight-sets respectively. Coincidentally, I follow last game of those two matches

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    Day-2 is over, 8 matches result are still uncertain as something wrong with live-score

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    Second seed Ivanov/Sozonov is too powerful for home pair Lo Chun Lok/Jonathan Shee, 21-0 / 21-5. The Russian pair even didn't produce any mistake/unforced error at first game, wow...

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    So few BCers are following the 2012 US Open GP Gold.

    I wonder why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    Simple reason chris, lack of top names, so many unfamiliar players/pairs

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Second seed Ivanov/Sozonov is too powerful for home pair Lo Chun Lok/Jonathan Shee, 21-0 / 21-5. The Russian pair even didn't produce any mistake/unforced error at first game, wow...
    In a GPG tournament. One wonders...

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    I am only interested in following Jenna Gozali/Komala Dewi, Vita Marissa/Mona Santoso and Tony Gunawan/Vita Marissa.

    All 3 pairs have progressed to QF. Jenna/Komala are likely to be stopped by the top-seeded Japanese pair tomorrow. Not too bad though 3,850 pts for winning 1 match. They will also compete in the Canada Open GP next week and they should target at least in reaching the Final to make the trips worthwhile.

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    so far so good for MAS players, let's c whether they can get through the quarter-final stage.

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    A bit of side news:
    from what i was told, the INA ladies are staying with a local BCer (also Indonesian). From what i was told, they will be staying here/North America region for abt 2+ more weeks...also was told they will go on a much anticipated & must-not-missed trip to Sin City aka La$ Vega$ before flying back to INA..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    A bit of side news:
    from what i was told, the INA ladies are staying with a local BCer (also Indonesian). From what i was told, they will be staying here/North America region for abt 2+ more weeks...also was told they will go on a much anticipated & must-not-missed trip to Sin City aka La$ Vega$ before flying back to INA..
    Mona? She's lived in the US for quite a bit already :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by CantSmashThis View Post
    Mona? She's lived in the US for quite a bit already :P
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    She did live here for a while but if not mistaken she went back to INA a while back and hasn't returned since til now.

    A bit more to add:
    Was told they enjoyed an evening BBQ partey y'day after their morning/afternoon matches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Simple reason chris, lack of top names, so many unfamiliar players/pairs
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    And making our PAW Game not easy to play.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    I am only interested in following Jenna Gozali/Komala Dewi, Vita Marissa/Mona Santoso and Tony Gunawan/Vita Marissa.

    All 3 pairs have progressed to QF. Jenna/Komala are likely to be stopped by the top-seeded Japanese pair tomorrow. Not too bad though 3,850 pts for winning 1 match. They will also compete in the Canada Open GP next week and they should target at least in reaching the Final to make the trips worthwhile.
    Yup, Tony/Vita & Vita/Mona prevail. Jenna/Komala journey ended here.

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    Anyone see what happened in this match?! Local player had 10 game points and couldn't win one of them. Remarkable.

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...9B056&match=48

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