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  • Cheng Shao-Chieh

    2 1.65%
  • Jiang Yanjiao

    4 3.31%
  • Pi Hongyan

    2 1.65%
  • Wang Chen

    1 0.83%
  • Wong Mew Choo

    9 7.44%
  • Xie Xingfang

    47 38.84%
  • Xu Huaiwen

    3 2.48%
  • Yao Jie

    2 1.65%
  • Zhang Ning

    49 40.50%
  • Other (please specify)

    2 1.65%
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    Default Who will win Women's Single in WC2006?

    with the last GP event before the World Championships about to conclude, we have a good idea what the forms of each player are. let's see what everybody think will win the 2006 WC Woen's Single title....

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    C'mon Wong Mew Choo!!!!

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    If Zhang Ning didnt play at WC I would have picked someone wrong...

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    I definitely will choose XXF

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    i'll be boring and go with ZN, though will she recover in time for WC?

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    hmm, with the injury suffered by ZN in the recent HK Open, which I hope it's not serious and she can still compete, my bet will be on XXF...However, she could challenge the up-and-coming JiangYJ..

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    i'm surprised kwun didn't vote for her!

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    Who cares voting for WS, it's a done deal the title will go to someone from CHN.....making this the most boring event in any tournament....you know, lack of competition and lack of surprises...

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    Wong Mew Choo can? oh,my god!!!

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    ZN will pip XXF to glory

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    Hope ZN grabs the title, but not in an all CHN players final.

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    I don't tihnk there needs to be so many options!

    ZN or XXF Can't decide which. Prefer ZN though.

    One upset in an early round could change the whole face of the draw an give oppurtunity to someone.

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    Cool XXF shall be queen again

    Realisticly only Xie Xingfang, Zhang Ning stand a very high chance of winning this title while Wang Chen, Pi Hongyan, Hu are the dark houses. Wong Miew Choo plays as a potential spoiler. My pick : XXF

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    I hope Xie Xingfang will win the title!

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    XXF has a big amibition to repeat her senior success YeZY in consecutive years (1995 & 1997). I guess XXF will do it again!

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    Xie Xingfang of course!!! She will defend her WC! Hope she can!

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    Finals Zhang Ning Vs Xie Xingfang for sure.

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