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    Roslin leads way in Taiwan

    By K.M. Boopathy

    2008/09/13
    VETERAN Roslin Hashim outplayed Chen Hong of China to lead the way as two Malaysian back-up pairs and women's singles Lydia Cheah all advanced to the semi-finals of the Taiwan Open yesterday. Roslin, the seventh seed, defeated former World No 1 Chen Hong 21-19, 16-21, 21-12 to reach his first semi-final in a grand prix event since 2006.

    He now has the opportunity to take a step closer to winning the title as he will be meeting Vietnam's Nguyen Tien Minh who beat Indonesian Tommy Sugiarto 21-12, 21-7, in the last four today.

    Young pair Razif Latif-Tan Wee Kiong, playing in only their third tournament as a pair, defeated Indonesia's Hendra Wijaya-Yoga Ukikasa 21-18, 21-16 in the quarter-finals.

    Razif-Wee Kiong, who also reached the semi-finals of the Singapore Open in June, will take on top seeds Carsten Morgensen-Mathias Boe of Denmark today.

    The hardworking Hoon Thien How-Ong Soon Hock, ranked World No 67, edged another Indonesian pair Hendra Gunawan-Joko Riyadi 17-21, 21-18, 26-24 to earn their berth in the last eight.

    The result helped Thien How-Soon Hock set up a repeat of the Indonesia Open semi-final against Candra Wijaya-Tony Gunawan, which the Indonesian-American combination won, today.

    Lydia defeated Mayu Sekiya of Japan 21-18,17-21, 21-13 to reach the semi-finals of a grand prix event for the first time in her career.

    Coach Rashid Sidek, in a telephone interview from Taipei, said Roslin has good chance of advancing to the final.

    "Lydia has done very well in this competition but she must continue battling.

    "She has a 50-50 chance of reaching the final as her opponent Chiu Yi Ju (of Taiwan) is a steady player," said Rashid.

    "Roslin, after beating Chen Hong, has a better chance against Nguyen."

    KLRC Bhd's Lee Tsuen Seng found the going tough and fell 17-21, 15-21 to top seed Simon Santoso of Indonesia in the last eight. ...........................(results)...........


    http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/Saturday/Sport/2348434/Article/pppull_index_html

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    and now...lydia won...a great birthday week for her...^^...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    and now...lydia won...a great birthday week for her...^^...
    and if she win the tournament in 2moro`s final..then it will be a perfect brithday present for her in her whole life!

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    and if she win the tournament in 2moro`s final..then it will be a perfect brithday present for her in her whole life!
    either pia or saina will be tough for her...

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    BUT wee kiong/razif lost...haiz...i tot the score can be closer...T.T...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    either pia or saina will be tough for her...
    the answer is saina nehwal..
    it would be very tough for her though

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    the answer is saina nehwal..
    it would be very tough for her though
    ya...the hardest opponent in this tournament for her...

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    Wanna ask, how old are Tan CS and Arif now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagdpanther View Post
    Wanna ask, how old are Tan CS and Arif now?
    arif same like lydia...19...tcs...wait...i go check

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    Tcs Now 22 Liao...older Than Cwf

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    And one more question.
    Arif, Razif, and Zakry, they're siblings (Abdul Latif Bros.)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagdpanther View Post
    And one more question.
    Arif, Razif, and Zakry, they're siblings (Abdul Latif Bros.)?
    YES, Zakry=25=oldest of the 3, MD specialist. Razif =23 according to one BCer who knows them, MD & XD. Arif =19, MS specialist => the Abdul Latif brothers.

    They have a sister in back-up squad, her age between Arif & Razif, forgot her name, she was Zakry's XD partner in Penang Open.

    Btw, why you asking?? To compare with Indonesia players??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagdpanther View Post
    And one more question.
    Arif, Razif, and Zakry, they're siblings (Abdul Latif Bros.)?
    yeah...thats right

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    YES, Zakry=25=oldest of the 3, MD specialist. Razif =23 according to one BCer who knows them, MD & XD. Arif =19, MS specialist => the Abdul Latif brothers.

    They have a sister in back-up squad, her age between Arif & Razif, forgot her name, she was Zakry's XD partner in Penang Open.

    Btw, why you asking?? To compare with Indonesia players??
    I see. Thank you for the answer.
    Abdul Latif's sis, you mean Nairul Suhada?

    It's nothing important. Just curious, since they have exactly similar last name.

    So, not only INA have siblings in the national team (Kido, Bona, and Pia). MAS has it too.

    Plus, during Penang Open, I saw many players having similar surnames, e.g:
    Mohd. Roslin Hashim,
    Muhd. Hafiz Hasim (these 2 we know well),
    Muhd. Hafifi Hashim,
    Mohd. Hafizi bin Hashim,
    Muhamad Hashim, and
    A'amar bin Hashim.


    Anyone of them is brother of Roslin & Hafiz?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagdpanther View Post
    And one more question.
    Arif, Razif, and Zakry, they're siblings (Abdul Latif Bros.)?
    yes...they are sibling for sure...^^..they have 1 more sister...play wd and xd...zakry patner her in penang open before...have a good fiight with the penang open champion...21-14,22-20...if i not recall wrongly the score...^^...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagdpanther View Post
    I see. Thank you for the answer.
    Abdul Latif's sis, you mean Nairul Suhada?

    It's nothing important. Just curious, since they have exactly similar last name.

    So, not only INA have siblings in the national team (Kido, Bona, and Pia). MAS has it too.

    Plus, during Penang Open, I saw many players having similar surnames, e.g:
    Mohd. Roslin Hashim,
    Muhd. Hafiz Hasim (these 2 we know well),
    Muhd. Hafifi Hashim,
    Mohd. Hafizi bin Hashim,
    Muhamad Hashim, and
    A'amar bin Hashim.


    Anyone of them is brother of Roslin & Hafiz?
    nope...none of them is HH brother...i almost sure...

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    I think 2 of them are their bros....big age diff.....what makes u so sure?

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