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    yes...and du/yu commits 55 errors so take wong/chin almost win that game...hehe...just joking...dun angry ya...^^...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    uncle robin...do u saw the miscalculation???...the CO1 points...
    Yeah. I just saw it. How can they make this type of error?
    It should be 5040 instead of 3600 in China Masters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    Yeah. I just saw it. How can they make this type of error?
    It should be 5040 instead of 3600 in China Masters.
    maybe bwf should hired u and me to do the job............

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    The Star Online > Sports
    Monday November 10, 2008

    Top pair skip Johor Open to allow Eei Hui’s injury to heal

    By RAJES PAUL


    KUALA LUMPUR: Women’s doubles top seeds Chin Eei Hui-Wong Pei Tty have decided to skip the Johor Open, which begins tomorrow in Johor Baru.


    And Eei Hui will use the one-week break from competition to allow a painful ankle to heal.


    After enjoying a great two weeks in Europe, Eei Hui-Pei Tty are looking at continuing their good run in international tournaments at the China Open in Shanghai from Nov 18-23.


    Eei Hui-Pei Tty nailed their first Open title in Odense, Denmark, two weeks ago. And in the French Open in Paris last week, they went down fighting to Olympic champions Du Jing-Yu Yang of China in the final.


    Their good performances in Europe saw them moving three rungs to the fifth spot in the latest world rankings.


    Eei Hui said that a short break would do them good ahead of the China Open.
    Great run: Chin Eei Hui and Wong Pei Tty won the Danish Open two weeks ago and were the beaten finalists in the French Open last week.


    “I twisted my ankle during training before the trip to Europe. I had to take a lot of painkillers and fortunately, it did not affect my game too badly,” she said.


    “My ankle is now swollen. It is not serious but it is best to stay home to polish up on our game rather than pushing ourselves in the Johor Open.”


    Eei Hui is happy that national doubles chief coach Rexy Mainaky would be staying back too to spend more time preparing them for the China Open in which they hope to reach at least the semi-finals.


    “We have several new Chinese pairs in our path to the semis. We cannot underestimate them because new talent from China are certainly no pushovers,” she said.


    Eei Hui-Pei Tty are the second seeds in the tournament and there are five unknown Chinese pairs in their half of the draw — Chen Zhuo-Wang Yan, Deng Yuting-Tang Jinhua, Xie Jing-Zhong Qianxin, Wang Siyun-Zhang Jinkang, Hu Minyu-Ying Chun Liu.


    Skipping the Johor Open will mean that Eei Hui-Pei Tty will not have sufficient points to qualify for the National Grand Prix Finals in Alor Star. And it will be the third consecutive year that they will not feature in the premier domestic championships.


    In their absence, two new combinations — Ng Hui Lin-Goh Liu Ying and Woon Khe Wei-Sabrina Chong — will have a chance to nail their first local women’s doubles title.


    http://thestar.com.my/services/print...asp&sec=sports


    No wonder CEH sometimes looked blur during Denmark & France SS.

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    CEH looks blur?hmm i x notice that.maybe i not observant enuff.nway hope she can handle well in CO. wong/chin boleh

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    Hehe...world Number 3 In Making...

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    how is their new matches?any news?newspaper too slow la..

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    they beat chn young pair today n is against korea no 2 tomorrow, head 2 head stands at 0:1. mas lost to the koreans in sg open.i think 2mr mas can win

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    they will win...the justify their new world ranking...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    they will win...the justify their new world ranking...
    Hopefully, but dont look down on the Korean pair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dato Asbullah View Post
    Hopefully, but dont look down on the Korean pair.
    hehe...i know this korea wd is good...but we are better...after og...as far as i remember...only china wd beat wong/chin...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    hehe...i know this korea wd is good...but we are better...after og...as far as i remember...only china wd beat wong/chin...
    all the best to chin/wong in the semi final today

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    all the best to chin/wong in the semi final today
    u better greet mas junior in mas ic...they not looking good...hope they have 3 title......

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    congrats to wpt/ceh for making it to the china open finals!

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    YES ! They make it another final w/o beating LHJ/LKJ OR the china "TOP" pairs.

    Lets Celebrate BESAR (BIG)

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    Quote Originally Posted by samuel882 View Post
    YES ! They make it another final w/o beating LHJ/LKJ OR the china "TOP" pairs.

    Lets Celebrate BESAR (BIG)
    But who are LHJ/LKJ or the Chn 'top' pairs?They are already showing signs they are on the decline.
    CEH/WPT have always been solid.Their main problem was the lack of self belief.Also, they have changed to a safer if longer 3G strategy;take the G1,'rest' to conserve energy while draining opponent energy during G2 and go all out in G3.In the past when they couldn't win in 2, they usually had nothing left for G3 so they lost.It's a safer strategy against strong WD but unnecessary for weaker WDs.

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    KAK pjswift
    ...no lar...uncle sam is correct...wong/chin buy their final spot using money 1...they dont have ability...opponent gifted all the point by error for them to win...even they win tomorow...also wont statisfy uncle sam...u know???...they need to beat someone like du/yu or lee/lee with a 21-0,21-0...then uncle sam will post a positive one here...^^...

    relax...joke only...

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