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    Post Chong Wei the only singles shuttler left in the fray

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    SURABAYA (Indonesia): Lee Chong Wei was the only Malaysian shuttler left standing in the menís singles after the first day of action in the US$250,000 Indonesian Open here yesterday.

    Chong Wei, the top seed and world number two, got off to an excellent start when he disposed of Chen Chi-hao of Taiwan 21-10, 21-8 in the first round.

    In the second round, which was also played yesterday, Chong Wei eliminated Indonesian Alamsyah 21-14, 21-17.

    The 24-year-old Chong Wei will face Chinaís Chen Yu for a place in the last eight.

    Back-up shuttler Yeoh Kay Bin also got off to a good start when he defeated Indonesian Budi Santoso 15-21, 21-16, 21-19.

    But his challenge ended in the second round when he went down 12-21, 5-21 to Kenneth Jonassen of Denmark.

    Lee Tsuen Seng, K. Yogendran and club player Pei Wei Chung, however, suffered first-round exits.

    Tsuen Sengís misery in international tournaments continued when he was sent packing by former Indonesian great Icuk Sugiartoís son Tommy Sugiarto 12-21, 11-21.

    Yogendran lost 16-21, 12-21 to Germanyís Bjoern Joppien while Wei Chung went down 16-21, 8-21 to Thailandís Boonsak Ponsana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
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    Tsuen Sengís misery in international tournaments continued when he was sent packing by former Indonesian great Icuk Sugiartoís son Tommy Sugiarto 12-21, 11-21.
    A great result for Tommy. I believe he also won yesterday night to make it to Round 3. He should face Lee Hyun Il next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
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    June 1 06
    SURABAYA (Indonesia): Lee Chong Wei was the only Malaysian shuttler left standing in the menís singles after the first day of action in the US$250,000 Indonesian Open here yesterday.

    Tsuen Sengís misery in international tournaments continued when he was sent packing by former Indonesian great Icuk Sugiartoís son Tommy Sugiarto 12-21, 11-21.

    Yogendran lost 16-21, 12-21 to Germanyís Bjoern Joppien while Wei Chung went down 16-21, 8-21 to Thailandís Boonsak Ponsana.
    You would wonder why Tsuen Seng carries on playing when he keeps losing. I think it must be time to hang up the boots.

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    Yeah, his fitness level is going down. Not so focused anymore. But i can see that Pei Wei Chung still has it. Just that he is not good enough.

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    You would wonder why Tsuen Seng carries on playing when he keeps losing. I think it must be time to hang up the boots.
    Not boots but rackets

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    Quote Originally Posted by X Ball
    You would wonder why Tsuen Seng carries on playing when he keeps losing. I think it must be time to hang up the boots.
    BAM shud bring out the cane as ample chance had been given to him....and still hanging on his historic credential

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry
    Not boots but rackets
    It was a simile.

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    Regarding Tsuen Seng, his presence in BAM more good or bad???

    Good :
    - provide sparring to lift jrs ,
    - assist in training with the seniors,
    - Not Axeing ppl going through a rough spell, will reduce athelete stress on 'job security'. perhaps allow other athletes to perform better under reduced stress.


    Bad :
    - If he is un motivated & showing bad attitude, it might rub off on the Jrs,
    - To many chances to someone not holding their own might send wrong messages to everyone else.
    - is he taking up someone else's place / spot???

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    keep moving on LCW....you have all my supports.

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    LCW is OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cxytdn
    LCW is OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    what u mean out?
    on the court now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
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    June 1 06
    SURABAYA (Indonesia): Lee Chong Wei was the only Malaysian shuttler left standing in the menís singles after the first day of action in the US$250,000 Indonesian Open here yesterday.

    Chong Wei, the top seed and world number two, got off to an excellent start when he disposed of Chen Chi-hao of Taiwan 21-10, 21-8 in the first round.

    In the second round, which was also played yesterday, Chong Wei eliminated Indonesian Alamsyah 21-14, 21-17.

    The 24-year-old Chong Wei will face Chinaís Chen Yu for a place in the last eight.

    Back-up shuttler Yeoh Kay Bin also got off to a good start when he defeated Indonesian Budi Santoso 15-21, 21-16, 21-19.

    But his challenge ended in the second round when he went down 12-21, 5-21 to Kenneth Jonassen of Denmark.

    Lee Tsuen Seng, K. Yogendran and club player Pei Wei Chung, however, suffered first-round exits.

    Tsuen Sengís misery in international tournaments continued when he was sent packing by former Indonesian great Icuk Sugiartoís son Tommy Sugiarto 12-21, 11-21.

    Yogendran lost 16-21, 12-21 to Germanyís Bjoern Joppien while Wei Chung went down 16-21, 8-21 to Thailandís Boonsak Ponsana.
    Poor YKB, KJ is a tough opponent.

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    Damn!!! I am looking forward to seeing MAS as world number 1 in the IBF ranking.

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    what do you mean....he lost????

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    Sad to hear on Lee Chong wei lost.....i was hoping he could win this game......that's the end of the road for malaysian in indonesia open....

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    Quote Originally Posted by malaysiangirl
    Sad to hear on Lee Chong wei lost.....i was hoping he could win this game......that's the end of the road for malaysian in indonesia open....
    yes.......just left MD now.
    anyone got the score for LCW match?
    did he played badly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malaysiangirl
    Sad to hear on Lee Chong wei lost.....i was hoping he could win this game......that's the end of the road for malaysian in indonesia open....
    hopefully not the end. We still have Zakry Latif/Gan Teik Chai in MD

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