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11-24-2004, 04:30 AM #1
Malaysia Satellite - 23rd - 28th November
New Straits Times » Sport
BADMINTON: Second stringers to face tough test
Nov 23: THE top national players had a reasonably good outing at the recently concluded Singapore Open and starting today, the second stringers will be on test at the Magnum-ABC Malaysia Satellite badminton tournament in Alor Star. And the best bets to do Malaysia proud in the men's singles are either Lee Tsuen Seng, James Chua or Sairul Amar Ayob.
But it is Englishman Andrew Smith who has been seeded top in the draw which was released by the International Badminton Federation and he is drawn to meet Australian Stuart Brehaut in the final.
Malaysia, who have entered a number of back-up squad and Bukit Jalil Sports School players, should provide the fight to the 30-odd foreign field.
Indonesia's eight players are all from their junior squad and they come with good credential, at least at the junior level international competitions.
England's David Lindley and Kristian Roebuck are the men's doubles topseeds with New Zealanders John Gordon and Daniel Shirley the second seeds.
But they could find the going tough as Malaysia have entered a number of strong pairs, including the scratch combination of Choong Tan Fook-Chew Choon Eng, who finished runners-up in the China Open a fortnight ago, Fairuzizuan Tazari- Lin Woon Fui, who reached the Singapore Open quarter-finals, and the improving pair of Gan Teik Chai-Zakry Abdul Latif.
In the women's section, Indonesia's Selvi Antarini has got top billing and she is expected to meet Malaysia's Woon Sze Mei in the final. Malaysia's Wong Pei Ty-Chin Ee Hui have been ranked No 1 in the women's doubles, while England's Liza Parker-Suzanne Rayappan are seeded second in a field of 20 pairs.
11-24-2004, 08:42 AM #2
apparently andrew smith the top seed was a no show. dont know the details but he just gave a 14 year old malaysian a free trip to the second round. cheers
11-24-2004, 08:52 AM #3
Is there no website where we could follow the results?
11-24-2004, 08:55 AM #4Originally Posted by seven
not that i know of........... im quite bummed out as well
11-24-2004, 06:47 PM #5
11-26-2004, 06:18 PM #6
New Straits Times » Sport
BADMINTON: A breeze for top Malaysians in Alor Star
SIX Indonesians made their way to the women's singles quarter-finals as Malaysia's number two and second seeded Woon Sze Mei fell by the wayside in the ABC Malaysia Satellite badminton championships at the Sultan Abdul Halim Stadium in Alor Star yesterday.
Sze Mei, a Uber Cup player, was defeated by Indonesian newcomer Pia Zabedah 11-8,13-11,11-7 in a match which lasted just over an hour. Only Anita Kaur and Amelia Anscelly carried Malaysia's flag into the quarter-finals and they are expected to be seriously tested by the Indonesian lasses at that stage.
Anita, who defeated fellow Malaysian Lydia Cheah Li-Ya 10-13,13-11,11-5, meets Sylvia Kurniawan, while Alicia plays Pia, the disposer of Sze Mei.
Second seed Stuart Brehaut of Australia crashed out of the men's singles third round when he was defeated 15-4,11-15,15-10 by Malaysia's Raymond Steven.
Malaysia's top ranked players like James Chua, Lee Tsuen Seng, K. Yogendran and Sairul Amar Ayob had a good second round outing yesterday.
In the men's doubles, top seeds David Lindley and Kristian Roebuck of England had to dig deep into their reserves to beat Indonesian pair Rian Sukmawan and Yoga Ukikasah 7-15,15-9,17-15 in a match which lasted 80 minutes.
But second seeds John Gordon and Daniel Shirley of New Zealand were beaten by Indonesia's Rendra Wijaya and Yonathan Dasuki.
Malaysia's new partnership of Choong Tan Fook and Chew Choon Eng qualified for the quarter-finals with relative ease.
They took just 15 minutes to beat Indonesia's Tommy Sugiato and Achmad Rivai 15-3,15-1. Another Malaysian pair Faruzizuan Tazari and Lin Woon Fui, who made it to the quarter-finals of the Singapore Open last week, were also in good form as they beat Vietnam's Minh Nguyen Quang and Hai Tran Thanh 15-2,15-2. RESULTS, 2nd rd: Men's singles: Lim Kim Wah (Mas) bt Kiw Nyuk Chuen (Mas) 15-4,15-3; Tommy Sugiarto (Ina) bt Chong Kien Ling (Mas) 15-1,15-7; Hazwan Jamaluddin (Mas) bt Quoc Nguyen Anh (Vie) 15-12,15-1; Hafiz Shahruddin (Mas) bt Sitichai Viboonsin (Tha) 15-9,15-8; Sairul Amar Ayob (Mas) bt Andre Kurniawan (Ina) 15-11,15-13; James Chua (Mas) bt Endra Kurniawan 7-15,15-9,15-6; Azrihanif Azahar (Mas) bt Djohan Erwin (Ina) 15-13,1-15,15-13; Minh Nguen Tien (Vie) bt Law Yew Thien (Mas) 15-8,15-12; Achmad Rivai (Ina) bt Beryno Wong (Mas) 15-10,15-10; Lee Tsuen Seng (Mas) bt Indra Vountus Mawan 15-3,15-3; Sigit Wahyudi (Ina) bt Lim Fang Yang 15-4,15-6; Ali Rasmara (Ina) bt Tan Aik Quan (Mas) 15-0,15-1; Lim Kenn (Mas) bt Cholis Nurdianto (Ina) 15-8,15-3; K. Yogendran (Mas) bt Alvin Fu Zhi Hui (Sin) 15-4,15-8; Lim Chen Wet (Mas) bt Chung Kuan Kam 15-12,15-4; Raymond Steven (Mas) bt Stuart Brehaut 15-4,11-15,15-10; Doubles: David Lindley-Kristian Roebuck (Eng) bt Rian Sukmawan-Yoga Ukiasah (Ina) 7-15,15-9,17-15; Gan Teik Chai-Zakry Abdul Latif (Mas) bt Minh Nguyen Tien-Quoc Nguyen Anh (Vie) 15-3,15-5; Hendra Gunawan-Joko Riyadi (Ina) bt Bona Septano-Ali Rastam (Ina) 15-6,15-7; Faruzizuan Tazari-Lin Woon Fui (Mas) bt Minh Nguyen Quang-Hai Tran Thanh (Vie) 15-7,15-13; Choong Tan Fook-Chew Choon Eng (Mas) bt Tommy Sugiarto-Achmad Rivai (Ina) 15-3,15-1; Raymond Steven-Chong Kien Ling (Mas) bt Boyd Cooper-Travis Denney (Aus) 15-9,15-13; Chong Wei Feng-Tan Chun Seang (Mas) bt Lok Chong Chieh-Chqan Kwong Beng (Mas) 15-4,15-13; Rendra Wijaya-Yonathan Dasuki (Ina) bt John Gordon-Daniel Shirley (Nzl) 15-13,9-15,15-13; Women's singles: Silvi Antarini (Ina) bt Megawati (Ina) 11-4,11-9; Adrianti Firdasari (Ina) bt Nhung Nguyen Lee (Vie) 11-9,11-9; Sylviana Kurniawan (Ina) bt Gu Juan (Sin) 11-7,11-2; Anita Kaur (Mas) bt Lydia Cheah Li-Ya (Mas) 10-13,13-11,11-6; Yusfin Pungkas Rosaria (Ina) bt Zhang Beiwan (Sin) 4-11,13-10,11-6.
11-26-2004, 06:19 PM #7
The Star Online > Sports
Final berths in the bag for our boys in satellite tourney
BY LOGANATH VELLOO
ALOR STAR: Malaysia are assured of a place in both the men's singles and doubles finals of the Magnum Malaysian Satellite Badminton Championship at the Sultan Abdul Halim Stadium here tomorrow.
Lee Tsuen Seng and Raymond Steven won their respective quarter-final matches last night to set up an all-Malaysian semi-final in the singles.
In the doubles, Choong Tan Fook-Chew Choong Eng will face compatriots Ng Kean Kok-Khoo Chung Chiat for a place in the final.
Gan Teik Chai-Abdul Latif Zakry are also through to the last four after defeating top seeds David Lindley-Kristian Roebuck of England 15-10, 15-3.
They will play Indonesians Hendra Gunawan-Joko Riyadi in the last four today.
Tan Fook-Choong Eng downed Australians Boyd Cooper-Travis Denney 15-3, 15-3 while Kean Kok-Chung Chiat were stretched to three sets by Indonesians Rendra Wijaya-Yonathan Dasuki before prevailing 15-11, 4-15, 15-3.
Tsuen Seng defeated Indonesia's Ali Rasmara 15-2, 15-7 while Raymond also did not face much difficulties defeating compatriot Lim Kenn 15-9, 15-4.
Tsuen Seng and Raymond have not played each other before today's clash.
“I have never played Tsuen Seng before but realise that it is going to be very tough to beat him. However, I have had a good run so far in this competition and will have nothing to lose by going all out to defeat him,” said Raymond.
(All quarter-finals, Malaysians unless stated)
Singles: Tommy Sugiarto (Ina) bt Mohd Hazwan Jamaluddin 15-17, 15-6, 15-9; Minh Nguen Tien (Vie) w/o Sairul Amar Ayob; Lee Tsuen Seng bt Ali Rasmara (Ina) 15-2, 15-7; Raymond Steven bt Lim Kenn 15-9, 15-4.
Doubles: Gan Teik Chai-Abdul Latif Zakry bt David Lindley-Kristian Roebuck (Eng) 15-10, 15-3; Hendra Gunawan-Joko Riyadi (Ina) bt Mohd Farizizuan Tazari-Lin Woon Fui 12-15, 15-7, 15-8; Choong Tan Fook-Chew Choon Eng bt Boyd Cooper-Travis Denney (Aus) 15-3, 15-3; Ng Kean Kok-Khoo Chung Chiat bt Rendra Wijaya-Yonathan Dasuki (Ina) 15-11, 4-15, 15-3.
Singles: Adianti Firdasari (Ina) bt Selvi Antarini (Ina) 12-13, 11-7, 11-5; Sylviana Kurniawan (Ina) bt Anita Raj Kaur 11-7, 11-3; Maria Kristin (Ina) bt Rosaria Yusfin Pungkas (Ina) 11-7, 11-2; Pia Zebadiah (Ina) bt Amelia Anscelly 11-5, 2-11, 11-8.
Doubles: See Phui Leng-Fong Chew Yen bt Woon Sze Mei-Anita Raj Kaur 15-9, 15-12; Gu Juan-Fu Ming Tian (Sin) bt K.Sugita-Ooi Yu Hang 15-3, 15-10; Ooi Sock Ai-Mooi Hing Yau bt Goh Liu Ying-Ooi Swee Wenn 15-0, 15-0; Liza`Parker-Suzanne Rayapan (Eng) bt Lydia Cheah-Amelia Anscelly 15-4, 15-2.
11-27-2004, 10:28 PM #8
The Star Online > Sports
Sunday November 28, 2004
All-Malaysian affair in women’s doubles final
BY LOGANATH VELLOO
ALOR STAR: When all eyes were on the men's shuttlers, the women's doubles players sprang a surprise by securing Malaysia one title in the Magnum Malaysian Satellite Badminton Championships at the Sultan Abdul Halim Stadium here last night.
The See Phui Leng-Fong Chew Yen and Ooi Sock Ai-Mooi Ying Hau pairs set up an all-Malaysian final with straight-game victories in the semi-finals yesterday.
Phui Leng-Chew Yen defeated Singapore's China-born Gu Juan-Fu Mingtian 15-5, 15-3 while Sock Ai-Ying Hau ousted Liza Parker-Suzanne Rayappan of England 15-6, 15-10.
But hopes of seeing an all-Malaysian men's doubles final evaporated when Gan Teck Chai-Mohd Zakry Latif fell tamely to Indonesia's Hendra Gunawan-Joko Riyadi.
The Malaysians had difficulties finding their rhythm and were trounced 5-15, 2-15.
The Indonesians will take on Choong Tan Fook-Chew Choon Eng in the final today.
Tan Fook-Choon Eng were taken to three games by compatriots Ng Kean Kok-Khoo Chung Chiat before winning 15-10, 5-15, 15-9.
Malaysia also have a bright chance to win the men's singles title as favourite Lee Tsuen Seng thrashed Raymond Steven 15-3, 15-3. The national shuttler will now take on the surprise package of the tournament, Minh Nguen Tien of Vietnam.
Nguen Tien ended Indonesia's Tommy Sugiarto's gallant run in the competition with a convincing 15-7, 15-5 victory.
* Malaysians unless stated
Men's singles: Minh Nguen Tien (Vie) bt Tommy Sugiarto (Ina) 15-7, 15-5; Lee Tsuen Seng bt Raymond Steven 15-3, 15-3.
Men's doubles: Hendra Gunawan-Joko Riyadi (Ina) bt Gan Teik Chai-Abdul Latif Zakry 15-5, 15-2; Choong Tan Fook-Chew Choon Eng bt Ng Kean Kok-Khoo Chung Chiat 15-10, 5-15, 15-9.
Women's singles: Adianti Firdasari (Ina) bt Sylviana Kurniawan (Ina) 11-9, 11-2; Maria Kristin (Ina) bt Pia Zebadiah (Ina) 11-3, 11-7.
Women's doubles: See Phui Leng-Fong Chew Yen bt Gu Juan-Fu Ming Tian (Sin) 15-5, 15-3; Ooi Sock Ai-Mooi Hing Yau bt Liza`Parker-Suzanne Rayappan (Eng) 15-6, 15-10.
Mixed doubles: Daniel Shirley-Sara Runesten Petersen (Nze) bt David Lindley-Suzanne Rayappan (Eng) 15-6, 15-5; Kristian Roebuck-Liza Parker (Eng) bt Tan Zhao Rong-See Phui Leng 15-10, 15-13.
11-28-2004, 05:23 PM #9
Unknown Vietnamese Upset Top Seed To Win Satellite Title
November 29, 2004 00:47 AM
Unknown Vietnamese Upset Top Seed To Win Satellite Title
ALOR STAR, Nov 28 (Bernama) -- A virtually unknown shuttler from Vietnam pulled off a major upset by beating top seed Lee Tsuen Seng to clinch the Magnum ABC Malaysia Satellite title at the Sultan Abdul Halim Stadium in Suka Menanti here Sunday night.
Nguen Tien Minh beat Malaysian top seed Tsuen Seng 15-11, 9-15, 15-12 in a three set encounter which lasted for almost two hours.
Even the presence of the Sultan of Kedah who gave away the prizes later, failed to lift Tsuen Seng's play.
Tien Minh pocketed RM2,660 while Tsuen Seng received RM1,330.
The tournament jointly organised by the Asian Badminton Confederation (ABC) and Magnum Corporation Berhad, saw participation from 197 players from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, England, Australia and New Zealand since Nov 23.
The women's final was an all-Indonesian affair between Kristin Maria and Firdasari Adianti. Maria won the title after another three-set match which ended 8-11, 11-2, 11-8.
In the mixed doubles, New Zealand pair Shirley Daniel and Runesten Petersten comfortably beat England's Roebuck Kristian-Parker Liza 15-10, 15-13 for the title.
11-28-2004, 08:28 PM #10
New Straits Times » Sport
BADMINTON: Nguyen Tien upsets Tsuen Seng for title
IT was a historic moment for young Vietnamese shuttler Minh Nguyen Tien when he knocked out Malaysian shuttler and favourite Lee Tsuen Seng to win the men's singles crown in the Magnum ABC Malaysia Satellite badminton championships at the Sultan Abdul Halim Stadium in Alor Star yesterday.
Nguyen Tien, who came to this competition without any strong credentials, was the toast last night as he defeated the Malaysian 15-11, 9-15, 15-12 in 92 minutes.
This is the first time that a player from Vietnam has won a title in an international competition.
For Tsuen Seng, the defeat by the little known Vietnamese who comes from a country where badminton is not the top priority sport, is a big blow to his career.
"I should have wrapped up the match in the rubber set when I was leading 11-5," said the frustrated Tsuen Seng after the match.
"But all of a sudden I became very tired and allowed the Vietnamese to catch up and beat me in the end."
It was close in the first set and both players scored point for point until 11-11 when Nguyen Tien took the last four points in a row for victory.
In the second set Tsuen Seng raced to a 9-4 lead before the Vietnamese caught up at 9-8. But the Malaysian tightened his game and won the set 15-9 in 28 minutes.
In the rubber, everything looked bright for Tsuen Seng when he led 11-5 but the young Vietnamese university student took ten straight points for this historic win.
"Unlike the Malaysian, I was very relaxed throughout the match as I had nothing to lose, " said Nguyen Tien.
"And that made me play better even when I was trailing in the last set."
Malaysia made up for their loss in the singles when their sctratch doubles pair Choong Tan Fook and Chew Choon Eng easily defeated Indonesian pair Aprida Hendra Gunawan and Joko Riyadi, who are ranked six in their country, 15-11, 15-4.
Maria Kristin won the women's singles title after beating her compatriot Adianti Firdasari 8-11, 11-2, 11-8 in the final.
In the all Malaysian women's doubles final, See Phui Leng and Fong Chew Yen beat Ooi Sock Ai and Mooi Hing Yau 15-3,15-17,15-8.
New Zealanders Daniel Shirley and Sara Runesten Petersten easily defeated English pair Kristian Roebuck and Liza Parker 15-3, 15-3 to win the mixed doubles title.
RESULTS (All finals) — MEN, Singles: Minh Nguyen Tien (Vie) bt Lee Tseun Seng (Mas) 15-11, 9-15, 15-12;
Doubles: Choong Tan Fook-Chew Choon Eng (Mas) Aprida Hendra Gunawan -Joko Riyadi (Indon) 15-11, 15-4.
WOMEN, Singles: Maria Kristin (Ina) bt Adianti Firdasari (Ina) 8-11, 11-2, 11-8;
Doubles: See Phui Leng-Fong Chew Yen (Mas) bt Ooi Sock Ai-Mooi Hing Yau (Mas) 15-3, 15-17, 15-8.
Mixed Doubles: Daniel Shirley-Sara Runesten Petersten (NZ) bt Kristian Roebuck-Liza Parker (Eng) 15-3,15-3.
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