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    Just came from the games. forgot the scores but latest results are as follows:

    WS QF
    Xu Huaiwen v Saina Nehwal(winner in 3 sets) - Xu was very disappointed after the match that she threw her racket to the sidelines. racket bounced several times ending up on the adjacent court. this was a result of a dubious call made by the chair umpire during the 3rd set calling Xu for over reaching on her net shot. score at that time was 19-18 in favor of nehwal.

    Francisca v Ai Goto(winner in 3 sets) - francisca had too many unforced errors. goto was in fine form. her net shots were excellent.

    Chie Umezu(winner in 2 sets) v Anu Nieminen

    Yip Py v Julia Wong(winner in 3 sets) - good close game all the way. long rallies and superb offense and defense by both players.
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    again, sorry i forgot the scores but results are as follows:

    MIXED DOUBLES

    Songpol Anukritayawon/Kunchala Vorawichitchaikul vs Tri Kusharyanto/Minarti Timur (winner in 2 sets)

    Kennevic Asuncion/Kennie Asuncion (winner in 2 sets) vs Puri Setyo/Lili Wang

    Mohd Rizal/Greysia Polii (winner in 2 sets) vs Tran Thanh-Hai/Le Ngoc Nguyen Nhung

    Klaus Raffeiner/Agnese Allegrini vs Sudket Prapakamol/Saralee Thoungthongkam (winner in 2 sets)

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    how about Women Doubles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowflake
    how about Women Doubles?
    doubles events will be played at 7pm local time. there was a 2 hour break so i decided to go home and update you guys with the news. will see if i can get the results for the doubles events later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueagle
    Just came from the games. forgot the scores but latest results are as follows:

    WS QF
    Xu Huaiwen v Saina Nehwal(winner in 3 sets) - Xu was very disappointed after the match that she threw her racket to the sidelines. racket bounced several times ending up on the adjacent court. this was a result of a dubious call made by the chair umpire during the 3rd set calling Xu for over reaching on her net shot. score at that time was 19-18 in favor of nehwal.

    Francisca v Ai Goto(winner in 3 sets) - francisca had too many unforced errors. goto was in fine form. her net shots were excellent.

    Chie Umezu(winner in 2 sets) v Anu Nieminen

    Yip Py v Julia Wong(winner in 3 sets) - good close game all the way. long rallies and superb offense and defense by both players.
    Well, this is indeed a pleasant surprise - Saina defeated the highly ranked Xu! Watch out more for this fearless young lady who has created shock after shock during the Melbourne Commonwealth Games. BAI should be congratulated on sending her there, or is it Saina has her own sponsors?

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    how about MD? Update, update pls... Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh
    Well, this is indeed a pleasant surprise - Saina defeated the highly ranked Xu! Watch out more for this fearless young lady who has created shock after shock during the Melbourne Commonwealth Games. BAI should be congratulated on sending her there, or is it Saina has her own sponsors?
    Wow, I took for granted that Xu will easily win the title. I thought Saina was good, but not that good. WS is getting very interesting (especially if we take out the Chinese, but we can't do that, can we?)

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    [QUOTE=blueagle]Just came from the games. forgot the scores but latest results are as follows:

    WS QF
    Xu Huaiwen v Saina Nehwal(winner in 3 sets) - Xu was very disappointed after the match that she threw her racket to the sidelines. racket bounced several times ending up on the adjacent court. this was a result of a dubious call made by the chair umpire during the 3rd set calling Xu for over reaching on her net shot. score at that time was 19-18 in favor of nehwal.

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    OMG,Huaiwen lost to Saina Nehwal!

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    Well, this is indeed a pleasant surprise - Saina defeated the highly ranked Xu! Watch out more for this fearless young lady who has created shock after shock during the Melbourne Commonwealth Games. BAI should be congratulated on sending her there, or is it Saina has her own sponsors?
    what do you mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowflake
    what do you mean?
    During the MCG preliminary team events she beat much higher ranked players than her like Li Li (SIN), past CG champ; England & CG Champ, Tracey Hallam; NZ's Bellingham, etc.

    Her part in beating Li Li, prevented Singapore from being placed in the medal standings.

    Now beating Xu is her best achievement so far. But this is not the end, for you may now find a growing up talent able to take on the formidable Chinese!

    I have also paid tribute to Saina Nehwal in another post. Search the Melbourne Commonwealth Games thread for more information.

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    Too bad Firda lost to the Japanese girl Wow...Saina again proves her talent by beating Xu Huaiwen. I have written down earlier in my predictions that she could surprise us....and she indeed pulled off the biggest upset of this open.

    All the other results are pretty much expected. So Team Indonesia will have 2 pairs each in MD, WD, and XD. The pair with the highest chance to qualify for the final is the veteran pair of Tri Kusharyanto/Minarti Timur.

    It will be a magnificent result if Hendra/Joko could beat Mohd Tazari/Lin. They had done it last year at the Singapore Open. Meanwhile, 2 bitter rivals await Jo/Greysia. Can they win their first open title by beating both Saralee/Sathinee and possibly Wong/Chin in the next 2 days?

    As for the other pairs, Yoga/Yonathan still awaits their rival in the final. Rani/Endang have done well to reach semi-final in their first grand-prix. They are expected to lose to Wong/Chin. Similarly, Rizal/Greysia have fulfilled their semi-final target and will now face Sudket/Saralee.

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    DAY 3 - RESULTS UPDATED DAILY (CHECK OUT "DRAW & RESULTS" TAB)

    Xu Huaiwen upset by Sania Nehwal in 3 sets! Sania pulls the biggest upset of the tournament so far by taking a close match against Xu. Jumping for joy after match point, this was probably Sania's biggest match victory of her career. She will now face Ai Goto in the Semi Finals tomorrow. The other Semi will feature Chie Umezu of Japan vs Julia Wong of Malaysia. On the Men's side, Hafiz Hashim will face Thai ace Boonsak Ponsana and brother Roslin Hashim will play Ng Wei of Hong Kong.

    The Mixed doubles will feature Filipino darlings, the Asuncions, facing Minarti/Trikus from Indonesia and Polli/Rizal vs Thai 2nd seeds Saralee/Sudket. Women's doubles will see Malaysian #1 seeds taking on Endang/Mundiasti from Indonesia and on the other side, Gresya Polli will play in her second Semi Final with partner Jo Novita against Sathinee/Saralee from Thailand. Men's doubles will see #1 seeds Tazari/Lim vs Gunawan/Riyadi of Indonesia and compatriots Yoga/Yonathan going against the winner of the final match featuring Njoto/Wiratama vs Sudket/Patapol (in progress).

    All the top seeds in every category will be in action today including: Hafiz Hashim, Ng Wei, the Asuncions...

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    Xu Huaiwen was REALLY REALLY UPSET about LOSING. She said and i quote
    "i can accept losing to other players.. but HER?! This is not fair"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricksakti
    Hey,hey, winning a title is not everything. Taufik won the wc, but he did not persistent like Ponsana . Considering Ponsana from Thailand, country that is estabelishing them self in Badminton, he is my favorite . If you watch his game, he is so creative. He did beat Taufik in qual. of Thomas Cup. Last Abc he is beaten by LCW, but it is because it was LCW home ground.
    It is plain idiotic to say that LCW won because it its his home ground. He is the current world number 2 player. He have every right to win by pure skill over a much lower ranked player and not necessary by home ground advantage. You are implying that LCW's victory is some miracle. This has to be the stupidiest thing I ever heard.

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    Again, defending their fav players with heart not with the player skill.[BIG SIGH}

    I had to admit that Boonsak is a talented and good player but comparing him with LCW and Taufik?

    Boonsak still had a lot to achieve if he wanted to landed on the same stage level with LCW and even higher with Taufik.

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    Saina Nehwal in quarter-finals

    May 26, 2006


    Saina Nehwal scored a thumping victory over Sachiyo Imai of Japan to storm into the quarter-finals of the Philippines Open badminton championships at Pasig City.

    The 16-year-old promising starlet, who came up with a giant-killing performance in the first round, beating world No. 31 S. Mudukasan of Malaysia, took just 29 minutes to overcome Sachiyo 21-15, 21-14 and clinch a berth in the last-eight round.

    The 86-ranked Saina, coached by All England champion Pulella Gopichand, now faces the toughest challenge in the tournament when she takes on top seed and world No. 4 Xu Huaiwen of Germany in the quarters.

    Saina is the lone Indian contender in the singles draw as the others, including Chetan Anand who lost to Roslin Hashim of Malaysia in the pre-quarterfinals, already bowed out of four-star event.

    Sayali Gokhale, who sprung a surprise by scoring a major upset over world No. 29 Anna Rice of Canada in the first round, lost the plot as she went down 14-21, 13-21 to Ai Gota of Japan in 29 minutes in the next round.

    India's top male shuttler, world No. 24, Chetan Anand was completely off-colour while going down to lowly-ranked Roslin 9-21, 21-18, 15-21.

    Anand, seeded fifth in the tournament, had moved into the last 16 by beating Saman Ismail of Malaysia 22-24, 21-7, 21-12.

    Arvind Bhat lost 21-13, 21-11 to world No. 13 Wei Ng to make a quiet exit in the pre-quarters.

    Bhat had taken 15 minutes to post a 21-3, 21-4 win over Jamie Junio of Tthe Philippines in the previous round.



    Saina in semifinals



    HYDERABAD: India's Saina Nehwal shocked World No. 4 Xu Huaiwen, the Chinese-born shuttler representing Germany, 12-21, 21-15, 21-17 in the women's singles quarterfinals of the Philippines Open badminton tournament in Manila on Friday, according to information received here.

    Saina has become the first ever Indian woman to enter the last four stage of a four-star international event, according to Gopi Chand.

    A delighted Saina told The Hindu over telephone that this was the biggest and the most satisfying win of her career. "This should go a long way in boosting my confidence. I was not at all tense," she said. She will be meeting Japan's unseeded Ai Goto.

    The results: Women: Quarterfinals: Saina Nehwal bt Xu Huaiwen 12-21, 21-15, 21-17; Pre-quarterfinals: Saina bt Sachiyo Imai 21-15, 21-14; Sayali Gokhale lost to Ai Gota 21-14, 21-13.

    Men: Chetan Anand lost to Roslin Hashim 21-9, 18-21, 21-15; Arvind Bhat lost to Wei 21-13, 21-11; Anup Sridhar lost to Yen Hui Kendrick Lee 20-22, 21-19, 21-19; Anand Pawar lost to Boonsak Ponsana 21-15, 22-20; P. Kashyap lost to Beng Hong Kuan 21-11, 21-16.

    Men's doubles: Pre-quarterfinals: Rupesh Kumar & Sanave Thomas bt Nattapon Naktong & Songpol Anukritayawan of Thailand 21-17, 21-18. — Principal Correspondent
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    Asuncions barge into semis


    Kennie and Kennevic Asuncion dazzled Puri Setyo and Lili Wang of Indonesia with superb shotmaking to pull off a remarkable 21-12, 21-19 victory Friday, clinching for the Filipino pair a seat in the semifinals of the mixed doubles event in the $120,000 Bingo Bonanza Philippine Open Badminton Championships at the Philsports Arena.

    Egged on by an appreciative crowd that included top badminton officials Ming Ramos and Edgar Aglipay, the Filipino sibling tandem unleashed a variety of shots to startle their Indon rivals.

    But it was their drop shots that hurt their rivals the most for the win that kept the host country’s campaign going in the event presented by PLDT Business Solutions.

    "We varied our shots well and they were bothered by it," said Kennie, whose mixed doubles world ranking with brother Kennevic dropped from 22nd last year to 69th owing to a lack of tournaments abroad.

    But the staging of the RP Open, the first four-star, International Badminton Federation-ranking tournament to be staged here, could be the start of something big for the Filipino shuttlers in terms of exposure and level of competition.

    All Filipino bets but the Asuncions, however, took the early exit after bowing to superior, more experienced rivals.

    The victory lined the Asuncions up against the tandem of Tri Kusharjanto and Minarti Timur, also of Indonesia, who shocked top seeds Songpol Anukritayawan and Kunchala Vorawichitchakul of Thailand in a pulsating 21-18, 21-18 win.

    The Asuncions, who have assured themselves of at least $2,640 (P137,280) for making it to the last four, know they’re in for some rough sailing.

    "They’re more experienced than us, they’re a veteran pair," said the 26-year-old Kennevic in referring to the Indonesians, the silver medallists in the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

    "We need to improve our shots and play smarter and better for us to have a chance in beating them," he added.

    The crowd could be also be a factor, as the Asuncions are sure to draw inspiration from an expected big number of local fans out to cheer up the last Pinoy bets standing in the tournament sponsored by Bingo Bonanza, JVC (Philippines) Inc. PLDT and Smart.

    The Asuncions and the Indons dispute the first finals berth at 2 p.m.

    Tickets are pegged at Category 1 (P500); Category 2 (P350); Category 3 (P250); Category 4 (P150); Gallery (P20).

    Games Saturday and Sunday’s final matches will be aired live on RPN 9 and Solar Sports.

    Second pick Sudket Pra-pakamol and Saralee Thoung-thongkam of Thailand and sixth seed Muhammmad Rizal and Gresya Pilii of Indonesia also hurdled their respective rivals to set up the other semis duel.

    Prapakamol and Thoun-thongkam downed No. 8 Klaus Raffeiner and Agnese Allegrini, 21-7, 21-12, while Rizal and Pilii stunned No. 4 Tran Thanh Hai and Le Ngoc Nguyen Nhung of Vietnam, 21-8, 21-9, to complete the semis cast.
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