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Thread: Badminton in SEA games
08-23-2005, 01:37 AM #18
Hey guys, let us just all enjoy the games. No bashing of opponents in this forum, specially the players' natioinalities. We are all related for the love of the sport.
08-23-2005, 01:40 AM #19
Originally Posted by .:Luân Kid:.
NTM will also find it hard to overcome many of Malaysia's top players like Chong Wei, Hafiz and Choong Hann. So NTM will not be able to win every match if he is unlucky enough to meet these players and even Thailand's Boonsak! I think NTM has lost once to our own player, Kendrick Lee.
08-23-2005, 10:51 PM #20
i would hope ronald to take down sea games tough. hahas
08-24-2005, 01:13 AM #21
Originally Posted by restricted_
i think he'll be out for quite a while. it would be great if he could make it for the sea games tho
cheers from neighbour Malaysia
08-24-2005, 06:02 AM #22
Originally Posted by jug8man
08-24-2005, 07:04 AM #23
Originally Posted by Loh
08-30-2005, 01:28 AM #24
Originally Posted by Loh
09-04-2005, 10:47 AM #25
Originally Posted by .:Luân Kid:.
BTW, who is NTM?
09-04-2005, 12:55 PM #26
Originally Posted by genjyo
NTM is known as Nguyen Tien Minh. He is from Vietnam. A young player , very fast.
09-07-2005, 11:53 AM #27
Originally Posted by ants
i hope i can watch his performance sometime
09-08-2005, 09:36 AM #28
yea actually i do think vietnam is a little better in terms of quality than phillipines.but it wont be difficult to beat singapore in the mans team event.just aim our doubles.we are really weak in that.we dont have some heros lik kkk/chan cm or sigit/candra.and without susilo it will really be another blow.dont expect much from singapore this time.just a credible performance will do.indonesia will dominate this whole tournament.but the event to watch will be the surely be xd and md.so guys keep a good lookout for this matches.cheers
11-25-2005, 09:37 PM #29
Philippines arrived later to badminton than other Asian countries, but I predict that as badminton evolves there over the next couple of years, they will be major contenders together with China, etc. As far as I understand, Philippines is already a considerable force in doubles, but have yet to really have an impact in singles.
11-26-2005, 01:20 AM #30
RP shuttle cockers confident of chances
From the SEA Games website
By Starr Corpuz
After its stint in the 2005 Chinese Taipei Satellite Badminton Championships and a month of training in China , the National badminton team is hoping to make an impact in the 23rd Southeast Asian Games.
To boost their chances of surpassing their one medal finish in the 2003 Hanoi Games, Kennevic and Kennie Asuncion, ranked 22nd in mixed doubles, together with 14 other members of team participated in aTaipei tournament held last August 31 to September 4.
Ten days after the event, the 16-member squad flew to Guangzhou , China for their month long training as part of the RP-China sports accord.
Aside from the Asuncion siblings, the only rated Filipino players in the world, the other members of the team include Lloyd Escoses, Rodel Bartolome, Ian Piencenaves, Arolas Amahit Jr., Jaime Junio, Owen Lopez, Mark Natividad, Marlon Villarin, Christopher Flores, Paula Obañana, Irene Chiu, Karyn Velez, Vanessa Tanco and Amada Carpo.
They are joined by coaches Martin Araneta, Antonio Mance, Ronald Magnaye and Allan de Leon.
With the games formally unfolding Sunday, Araneta is confident the team will do better this time with the support given to the athletes.
"I hope many Filipinos realize badminton is a sport where we can excel. Given the proper support, we will be able to move forward,” said Araneta.
The Indons and Malaysians are again expected to dominate every event in Badminton, especially if Athens Olympic gold medalist Taufik Hidayat and 2005 Swiss Open champion Hafiz Hashim will be playing for their respective countries.
Kennevic Asuncion, ranked 82nd in the world men's singles has the best chance of winning a medal in the singles event. He will once again team up with sister Kennie to defend their bronze medal in mixed doubles during the 2003 Sea Games in Vietnam.
* On a personal note I hope the Phil players can take a scalp or two. That would really get the crowd into it and stir further interest in the sport. In any case good luck to all nations but I see only INA, MAS and maybe SIN taking the golds.
11-26-2005, 02:25 AM #31
Originally Posted by madbad
11-26-2005, 02:44 AM #32
Originally Posted by rayneee
11-26-2005, 03:25 AM #33
team event or individual event???
btw. r u guys talking about individual or team event???
if you r talking about team event, we should talk about the strategy of arranging the players thru' Head-to-Head records.
if you r talking about individual event, the prediction is easier as Taufik is not playing in the individual event.
(1)Lee Chong Wei MAS
(6)Lee Yen Hui Kendrick SIN vs (8)Nguyen Tien Minh VIE
(3)Boonsak Ponsana THA
(5)Simon Santoso INA vs Wally Fernandez PHI
(11)Nguyen Quang Minh VIE vs (7)Ronald Susilo SIN
(4)Sony Dwi Kuncoro INA
(9)Poompat Sapkulchananart THA vs (10)Kennevic Asuncion PHI
(2)Mohd Hafiz Hashim MAS
(x) - seeding for this tournament.
11-26-2005, 03:33 AM #34
Nguyen Hoang Hai/Quang Phong VIE
(5)Sudket Prapakamol/Photapol Ngensrisuk THA
(4)Tan Fook/Lee Wan Wah MAS vs Ian Piencenaves/Arolas Amahit PHI
(7)Koo Kian Teck/Alvin Fu SIN vs Jamie Junio/Mark Alvin PHI
(3)Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan INA
Tan Thanh Hai/Quang Minh VIE vs (6)Songphol/Nitipong THA
(2)Chan Chong Ming/Koo Kien Keat MAS
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