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    Default Swiss Open 2006 QFs (Friday)

    Predictions

    MS
    Lee CW bt Kaldau (clear favourite)
    Lee HI bt Wong CH (WCH has more than a fighting chance)
    Xia XZ bt Shon SM (Shon struggled against Druzchenko)
    Gade bt Kuan BH (clear favourite)

    WS
    Pi HY bt Schenk (clear favourite)
    Zhu Lin bt Seo YH
    Mia bt Lee Hyun Jin (clear favourite)
    Xu HW bt Wang Lin (not so sure, Xu struggled yesterday)

    MD
    Boe/Mogensen bt Fairuz/Lin
    Jung JS/Lee YD bt Rasmussen/Steffensen (both are new pairings, but I favour the Koreans slightly)
    Sang/Zheng bt Logosz/Mateusiak
    Laybourn/Paaske bt Chan/Koo (hard to tell, but I hope to be wrong)

    WD
    Lee KW/Lee HJ bt Schjoldager/Andersen (clear favourite)
    Zhang Dan/Zhao TT bt Augustyn/Kostiuczyk (clear favourite)
    Mia/Bruil bt Wong/Chin (in normal circumstances, I think the Dutch are supposed to be superior anyway, but at current situation, hard to tell, I hope I am wrong for this time)
    Du/Yu bt Chien/Cheng

    XD
    Lee JJ/Lee HJ bt Clark/Kellogg (but may not be easy especially as the Koreans have another match to play)
    Blair/Munt bt Roebuck/Wallwork (clear favourite)
    Zheng Bo/Zhao TT bt Mateusiak/Kostiuczyk (clear favourite)
    Robertson/Emms bt Lee Young Dae/Hwang Yu Mi (clear favourite)

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    Default My predictions

    MS
    Lee Chong Wei bt Niels Christian Kaldau
    Lee Hyun Il bt Wong Choong Hann
    Shon Seung Mo bt Xia Xuanze (match of the day)
    Peter Gade bt Kuan Beng Hong

    WS
    Pi Hongyan bt Juliane Schenk
    Seo Yoon Hee bt Zhu Lin (match of the day)
    Mia Audina bt Lee Hyun Jin
    Xu Huaiwen bt Wang Lin

    MD
    Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen bt Mohd Fairuzuzian Mohd Tazari/Lin Woon Fui (match of the day)
    Jonas Rasmussen/Peter Steffensen bt Jung Jae Sung/Lee Yong Dae
    Sang Yang/Zheng Bo bt Michael Logosz/Robert Mateusiak
    Chan Chong Ming/Koo Kien Keat bt Thomas Laybourn/Lars Paaske

    WD
    Lee Kyung Won/Lee Hyo Jung bt Mette Schjoldager/Britta Andersen
    Zhang Dan/Zhao Tingting bt Kamila Augustyn/Nadiedza Kostiuczyk
    Wong Pei Tty/Chin Ee Hui bt Mia Audina/Lotte Bruil-Jonathans bt
    Du Jing/Yu Yang bt Chien Yu-Chin/Cheng Wen-Hsing (match of the day)

    XD
    Lee Jae Jin/Lee Hyo Jung bt Anthony Clark/Donna Kellogg (match of the day)
    Robert Blair/Natalie Munt bt Kristian Roebuck/Jenny Wallwork
    Zheng Bo/Zhao Tingting bt Robert Mateusiak/Nadiedza Kostiuczyk
    Nathan Robertson/Gail Emms bt Lee Young Dae/Hwang Yu Mi
    Last edited by badMania; 01-05-2006 at 11:05 PM.

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    hey...does anyone of you knows why is the score of yesterdays late night matches not updated yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcyong
    Predictions

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    Lee JJ/Lee HJ bt Clark/Kellogg (but may not be easy especially as the Koreans have another match to play)
    Blair/Munt bt Roebuck/Wallwork (clear favourite)
    Zheng Bo/Zhao TT bt Mateusiak/Kostiuczyk (clear favourite)
    Robertson/Emms bt Lee Young Dae/Hwang Yu Mi (clear favourite)
    hmm.. think the Zheng Bo/Zhao TT vs Mateusiak/Kostiuczyk will be quite close.. the poles are dangerous...

    bit of a drag that there aren't any matches on during the day today - nothing ot distract me from work

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    Quote Originally Posted by coops241180
    hmm.. think the Zheng Bo/Zhao TT vs Mateusiak/Kostiuczyk will be quite close.. the poles are dangerous...
    Agree here !!! The Poles are very good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seven
    Agree here !!! The Poles are very good!
    ye, I like this Polish pair, I watched thier match against Gao/Xie in ChinaMasters and they were impressive even though they lost
    hope they can advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by yuval_ba
    ye, I like this Polish pair, I watched thier match against Gao/Xie in ChinaMasters and they were impressive even though they lost
    hope they can advance
    That explains it then. I haven't seen them play before, while some of you guys have. This is the first time I take notice of a Polish XD pairing.

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    wow...french player gave beng hong some trouble before losing..
    badminton is really catching up in europe..

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcyong
    That explains it then. I haven't seen them play before, while some of you guys have. This is the first time I take notice of a Polish XD pairing.
    aye - mateusiak is an experienced, strong and talented player, he and logosz are a strong MD pair also.. their match against Sang Yang and Zheng Bo should be quite interesting too.. Mateusiak and Bo will be sick of the sight of each other by the end of the day

    hehe - and it seems the same goes for TingTing and Kosticyzk.

    what a fluke that is - for all four players in a XD game to end up against each other in the level double.. bizarre!

    Coops
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    what's the difference between swiss time n m'sian time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcyong
    That explains it then. I haven't seen them play before, while some of you guys have. This is the first time I take notice of a Polish XD pairing.
    They have only been playing mixed doubles for one year and have already been very impressive.
    Mateusiak is a top MD player with Logosz (currently world numer 10) and Kostiuczyk is a top WD player with Kamila Augustyn (currently world number 19 but worth better) and a quite decent WS player (used to be in top 50).

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    Quote Originally Posted by **KZ**
    wow...french player gave beng hong some trouble before losing..
    badminton is really catching up in europe..
    Yes, Kehlhoffner played great from what I heard, leading 14-13 in the second game. He is a young upcoming player...

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    Default Mateusiak/Kostiuczik

    They are a really strong pair, capable to trouble the best pairs in the world.

    They started playing together after the OG'2004. Their ranking is raising now and they should enter top 10 soon. I expect them to win a medal during the European Championships in few months.

    Robert Mateusiak is very fast, talented and creative player. His accuracy and net play is really outstanding. Robert is very experienced - he is in the WGP tournaments for years. He also plays in the German league.

    Nadieżda Kostiuczik is originally from Belarus. She is playing in Poland for many years. She is very consistent and reliable player and she has great defensive skills and vision of the court.

    If they are able to pass the Chinese pair, it would be really great.

    Regards,

    dzgdz

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    Quote Originally Posted by seven
    Yes, Kehlhoffner played great from what I heard, leading 14-13 in the second game. He is a young upcoming player...

    how old is he anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by **KZ**
    how old is he anyway?
    He is 22 (relatively young in a European's career), born on 06/12/1983.

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    matches has started already..
    chong wei almost running away the 1st game against kaldau..
    polish MX pair performing quite well too..

    2nd game kaldau leading 3-1
    polish pair n chinese pair 10-11
    Last edited by **KZ**; 01-06-2006 at 10:18 AM.

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    Laybourn and Paaske are marked as W.O. ??

    About the Poles, well that confirms what we were saying before!

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