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    how about MD?
    any result?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica
    Wow...LD lose one set to the opponent...
    it's typical, he is kindda slow starter

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    susilo backed out last min, injury.... i feel sad for him.. very unlucky

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    Quote Originally Posted by jermaine
    susilo backed out last min, injury.... i feel sad for him.. very unlucky



    Wow how unlucky man...

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    Who he lost to???

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbro88
    how about MD?
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    2 HOURS BEHIND SCHEDULE. CAI/FU WILL NOT PLAY UNTIL MIDNIGHT

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    did SATO shoji play? no right

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica
    Wow...LD lose one set to the opponent...
    That is what LD does all the time in the early rounds, took his time to fooling with the opponent. At the same time to get used to the environment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by event
    Wow, three Indonesian pairs are out of mixed doubles already but none of them went down without a fight. Rijal/Polii, Nugroho/Marissa, and Limpele/Nurlita all lost in 3 games.

    Wang Chen has disposed of half the Korean women's singles lineup and will have a crack at the other half, Lee Yun-hwa, tomorrow. You may remember that Lee took Xu Huaiwen to 3 games at home but tomorrow she will face Wang Chen on the latter's home ground.
    The other 2 Indonesian mixed pairs squeaked through though. All matches took 3 games.

    Another rematch yesterday was another first-round meeting between Luluk/Alven and Lindley/Langridge of England. It took them 3 games but the Indonesians won this time. Sigit/Flandy lost to Gan/Zakry of Malaysia, who will face much stronger Indonesians in the next round since Markis/Hendra beat the Americans, predictably.

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    Quote Originally Posted by event
    The other 2 Indonesian mixed pairs squeaked through though. All matches took 3 games.
    hmm, which 2nd INA pair squeaked thru top the Rd of 16??..all i saw is the Nova/Lilyana pair passing thru and yes in 3 sets..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad
    hmm, which 2nd INA pair squeaked thru top the Rd of 16??..all i saw is the Nova/Lilyana pair passing thru and yes in 3 sets..
    Minarti Timur is still Indonesian and Tony Gunawan, I suspect, is still of keen interest to Indonesian fans. Oops, my mistake, though. They lost in 3 games to Sudket and Saralee. I must say that surprises me. With all the success Tony has had playing with anybody, to lose every match when he's playing with a former champion like Minarti. I guess in each case it was to a top pair, wasn't it? I just checked. The last time he lost with Minarti was also in 3 games and to Zhang/Gao of all people! I guess Sudket/Saralee and Zhang/Gao don't get the jitters like Lee/Lee of Korea, whom Tony beat in the first round of the Chinese Taipei Open last year playing with Cheng Wen-Hsing, ostensibly for the first time ever.
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    Default Keep going Ajay

    Ajay Jayaram of India beat Eric Pang of Netherland score 21:14,19:21,21:17.
    Eric Pang is 12 in World Ranking.19 year old Ajay who new to this International Circut has shown great promise. Honk Kong Open is the 2nd international tournament he is playing after Korea Open.In the 2nd round Ajay will play against Yeon Kay Bin of Malaysia.

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    Just got this news from Bola.

    According to Hendrawan, Firda and Nana lost their matches on Tuesday due to fatigue and lack of fitness as they just arrived to HKG at night the previous day. Apparently, both players missed their flight to HKG at 9am in the morning which was supposed to be on Garuda. Reason given: they had to travel to the airport with the same batch of Pelatnas players who are competing in the Singapore Satelitte. Therefore, they had to take the Cathay flight in the afternoon (I take this flight most of the time when I return to HKG from JKT). They arrived in HKG at night and eventually managed to check in to the airport (another 1 hr ride from the airport) close to midnight

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