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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo
    I was so dissapointed to watch the Mr.Yoyo aka Hafiz vs Boonsak match. Yoyo played badly and his movement on the court seemed "heavy". Boonsak aint a good player, and I tot Yoyo could "eat" him and progress to the next round. Very sad to see my fellow kelantanse played at such a low level game. After beating LCW, I tot he had regained his fitness and confidence, and on the trail for another All England title, but alas, I was damn stupid to believe his remarks after beating LCW.
    I am pretty sure his heaviness was a result of his 3 sets with LCW. Hafiz does not have inner strength, either he eats too much of the wrong food or he is not putting effort in his stamina workouts. He needs to go jogging often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh
    There is one guy in this forum by the name of Tommy something (probably an Indonesian residing in the UK) who used to make fun of, and pass unkind remarks on, Kendrick at every opportunity. I hope he gives Kendrick some respect from now onwards and stop his uncalled-for irritations.
    ..Loh, i think you must be referring to Tommy Susanto. Yeah, he's from London, as that's what's stated on his profile..But i think he was just teasing, eventhough a bit on the harsh side..

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    I have been pondering, for these superseries events. what is the cost to be an audience of these live events? and for tickets, is it like an all day pass , where you can just stay there and watch. is there specific seating? are the tickets valid for only one match? like how and what are the tickets sold by?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznjjchan
    I have been pondering, for these superseries events. what is the cost to be an audience of these live events? and for tickets, is it like an all day pass , where you can just stay there and watch. is there specific seating? are the tickets valid for only one match? like how and what are the tickets sold by?
    aznjjchan, here's more info on the Singapore Open tickets and tournament schedule. You can either buy a one-day ticket or season pass for normal/premium seats (free seating). You can purchase the tickets online or at the ticketing booth located at the Singapore Indoor Stadium (SIS).

    http://www.singaporebadmintonopen.co...c=119&ssec=322
    http://www.singaporebadmintonopen.co...c=125&ssec=331

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    Quote Originally Posted by yuqiu
    This included covering 50 laps of a 200-metre track which lasted almost two hours
    i don't see how a 10 kilometer run would take kkk almost two hours to complete. that is absolutely rediculous unless he is very out of shape. and we all know that kkk being out of shape is horribly untrue.

    and i dont' see how running 10 kilometers is a punishment. its not an outrageous distance at all!

    the news guys got it wrong...

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    Quote Originally Posted by X Ball
    I am pretty sure his heaviness was a result of his 3 sets with LCW. Hafiz does not have inner strength, either he eats too much of the wrong food or he is not putting effort in his stamina workouts. He needs to go jogging often.
    too bad misbun didnt employ the LYB rule, hafiz must yield to lcw since lcw won the first game. Instead, hafiz blew his energy beating lcw and has nothing left for later

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    too bad misbun didnt employ the LYB rule, hafiz must yield to lcw since lcw won the first game. Instead, hafiz blew his energy beating lcw and has nothing left for later
    Precisely, thanks for echoing my statement !

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    Aviva S'pore Open... LOL!! Most of the INA players come to the hall in SLIPPERS!! Salute to them!! Especially, Flandy, Sigit n Fran that in the end influenced Nova to wear slippers too.... -_-"

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimpe_bultang
    Aviva S'pore Open... LOL!! Most of the INA players come to the hall in SLIPPERS!! Salute to them!! Especially, Flandy, Sigit n Fran that in the end influenced Nova to wear slippers too.... -_-"
    They all bought SLIPPERS on discount!!!

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    Maybe it was the hotel's slippers???? LMAO!!! So embarrasing.. Champions with no money...

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    Those are expensive slippers called Havaianas.

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    LMAO!! What the.. You actually asked them?? LOLz... Still, it's so funny.. Indo's tradition.. Come in slippers..

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    Never thought ants will pay attention to players' footwear.. LMAO!!!

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    Haha haivannas are super comfy okay...they are one of the best slippers...

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    They are flipflops
    The popular brand is Brazil's Havaianas

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    now then i see this post, sorry for missing out this as i seldom come in this thread...

    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Please confirm your attendance below for our Makan Party:

    Date: Sat, 5 May, 2007 (Semi-Finals evening)
    Venue: Lau Pa Sat (Robinson Rd/Shenton Way)
    Time: To meet at LPS about half an hour after the semi-finals matches end.


    All the Singapore playing group leaders, please nominate your representatives to make it an eventful evening:


    4. Jurong (Cengsc)

    See you guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cengsc View Post
    now then i see this post, sorry for missing out this as i seldom come in this thread...


    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Please confirm your attendance below for our Makan Party:

    Date: Sat, 5 May, 2007 (Semi-Finals evening)
    Venue: Lau Pa Sat (Robinson Rd/Shenton Way)
    Time: To meet at LPS about half an hour after the semi-finals matches end.
    Transportation: Could BC Members who are driving, please give a lift to those who are not. Please volunteer by informining me at hp 91790791.

    Could I just list down some names who would most likely join us. Please add or delete accordingly. But we hope you will consider twice before you delete your name because we want you to be with us.

    1.Ants
    2.Terry
    3. Loh
    4. badMania
    5. kktan
    6. wood_22_chuck
    7. magical pheonix
    8. kyiyu
    9. hFang
    10. jimbo
    11. Sealman
    12. netasia
    13. modious
    14. storkbill
    15. pjswift
    16. alfa-2
    17. moonsilk
    18. abedeng
    19. mongoose
    20. X Ball

    All the Singapore playing group leaders, please nominate your representatives to make it an eventful evening:

    1. Bukit Batok (theforceisback)
    2. Bukit Gombak/CCK Sports (lightsmash)
    3. Hougang (thambest)
    4. Jurong (Cengsc)
    5. North Int-Adv Group (Iwan)
    6. Toa Payoh (surge)

    See you guys!

    Oh dear..... my name in there too! I missed this thread last year.


    This year perhaps? Should we include a badminton session as well?

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