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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    wow, what a barren MD field. in fact, the MS is not much better. i think the philliphines badminton authority should reconsider their scheduling of events, there's not much point having the PO less than a week from the IO.
    Well, its good for the young pairs to get ranking pts or even win a title here. I fancy Mohd Tazari/Lin to win their first GP title here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania
    Well, its good for the young pairs to get ranking pts or even win a title here. I fancy Mohd Tazari/Lin to win their first GP title here.
    do u know the latest results (day2) ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    wow, what a barren MD field. in fact, the MS is not much better. i think the philliphines badminton authority should reconsider their scheduling of events, there's not much point having the PO less than a week from the IO.
    That isn't the half of it. While it is quite normal to have major tournaments back-to-back, the Philippine Open is at the beginning of a string of 5 big-money events in consecutive weeks. They didn't have a lot of choice, though, as they had to re-schedule their tournament because their president allegeed she was in danger of a coup. The other thing going against the Philippines was likely that it was their first time for this tournament. I'm sure that makes a difference to some teams, for some reason. It's a little like dance clubs. While there are some people who like to go to dance clubs that aren't too busy so they have room to move and do their thang, the majority only seem to want to go to places with long lineups and choosy doormen.

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    I find your comparison interesting.One day soon,the little dance club is gonna have choosy doormen.For the time being let's welcome the Philippines as the latest host for an open tournament.And they start BIG.It' a 4 star tournament.

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    In the men's singles, Markus Wijanu beat Eric Go yesterday and will face Nguyen Tien Minh today. It will be a miracle for him to beat the fastly improving Viet.

    hheehhehe... well.. who knows...
    Last edited by nugroho; 05-25-2006 at 10:32 AM.

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    yes..I think Nguyen will beat Markus based on his current form..

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    oi oi how come there is not scoring update for this four stars tournament... come on, someone pls ...

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    <FONT style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #e5e5e5">
    Hafiz Hashim beat Nguyen Quang Minh of Vietnam 16-21, 21-17, 21-11, while world No. 48 Lee eked out a scary 20-22, 21-19, 21-19 triumph over a taller, long-limbed Anup Sridhar of India.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dugz86
    <FONT style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #e5e5e5">
    Hafiz Hashim beat Nguyen Quang Minh of Vietnam 16-21, 21-17, 21-11, while world No. 48 Lee eked out a scary 20-22, 21-19, 21-19 triumph over a taller, long-limbed Anup Sridhar of India.
    Where do you get the updates from?

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    Thanks. Any updates regarding Indo players? Particularly interested in how the women's singles players fared in their second round matches.

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    It's good to see the Asuncion brother/sister pair qualified for the quarter-final. They have a chance to go even further facing an unknown Indo pair (possibly non-Pelatnas pair) of Puri Setyo/Lili Wang.

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    Kuan Beng Hong fell to Nguyen Tien Minh.. a triller 3rd set.
    Tazari and Fui Lin had a stow start against Kennevic/Raju Rai..but the Msian still win 23-21,20-22,21-10

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania
    It's good to see the Asuncion brother/sister pair qualified for the quarter-final. They have a chance to go even further facing an unknown Indo pair (possibly non-Pelatnas pair) of Puri Setyo/Lili Wang.
    puri setyo, rudy wijaya, kwee tek ming, minarti timur are former pelatnas players brought to the philippines 2 years ago by bingo bonanza to help train the asuncions. wang lili, on the other hand, is from fu zhou, china and was formerly part of the chinese team training pool. she was brought here by coach nelson asuncion also to help train vic and kennie. btw, wang lili and kwee tek ming recently got married.
    their quarterfinal match today should be interesting. they play each other almost everyday. they should be familiar with each others game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Kuan Beng Hong fell to Nguyen Tien Minh.. a triller 3rd set.
    Tazari and Fui Lin had a stow start against Kennevic/Raju Rai..but the Msian still win 23-21,20-22,21-10
    Nguyen Tien Minh again proves himself to be one of the rising star. To beat a Malaysian 3rd Singles is no easy feat. Congrats!

    Wow...that was a close match. Mohd Tazari/Lin better watch out....Hendra/Joko have beaten them in the Singapore Open last year.

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    Well i did mention to not count out our northern neighbours yeah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueagle
    puri setyo, rudy wijaya, kwee tek ming, minarti timur are former pelatnas players brought to the philippines 2 years ago by bingo bonanza to help train the asuncions. wang lili, on the other hand, is from fu zhou, china and was formerly part of the chinese team training pool. she was brought here by coach nelson asuncion also to help train vic and kennie. btw, wang lili and kwee tek ming recently got married.
    their quarterfinal match today should be interesting. they play each other almost everyday. they should be familiar with each others game.
    Thank you for the infos
    wang lili and kwee tek ming recently got married

    puri setyo, rudy wijaya, kwee tek ming, minarti timur are former pelatnas players from Djarum club.

    Glad to see Rudy Wijaya also play in here. I heard only Kwee in here. Rudy/Kwee won some national tournament before recruited to Pelatnas. In Pelatnas Rudy Wijaya paired with Tony Gunawan. Actually Tony/Rudy played well, won some Open Tournament and National Games (PON) beat Ricky/Rexy in their era.
    But PBSI want to find best combination then they split they changed with other Djarum players Victo Wibowo/Seng Kok Kiong. PBSI drop Rudy/Seng dropped from Pelatnas that made Rudy so disappointed and needed hospital care.

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