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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulYong View Post
    As the matter of pride, LCW has to beat KJ although LCW can afford to lose.
    Malaysia boleh, LCE boleh juga.
    Yup...he "could" afford to lose

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    haha...what if Sairul wins tonight??

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Yup...he "could" afford to lose
    he he, in OG pts, yes, but to avoid any further bashing, must reach at least Finals

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmy3889 View Post
    haha...what if Sairul wins tonight??
    if sairul wins tonight the seas will part and he will be welcomed back to Malaysia and treated like Moses.

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    BADZINE reported quite sarcasticly as follows:
    " the last intra-national match up of the day provided an all-too-familiar results as men's double top seeds Fu/Cai, understandably exhausted from 28-minute epic battle in the first round, granted a walkover to compatriots Xie/Guo "
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    Quote Originally Posted by nmy3889 View Post
    haha...what if Sairul wins tonight??
    That's impossible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyang View Post
    That's impossible.
    Nothing is impossible
    Who would ever expect Fu/Cai to be beaten by Albert/Yohan last week....

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Nothing is impossible
    Who would ever expect Fu/Cai to be beaten by Albert/Yohan last week....
    oh yeah, lin dan supposed to have knee injury, he he.
    but cai yun's injury seems real, he did say he was off form when they lost to the HK pair. this 2 wks, they decided to accompany KKK/TBH

    your heros are world no 1, tdy playing uncles who will not be goin to OG, so, all out they will play

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    BADZINE reported quite sarcasticly as follows:
    " the last intra-national match up of the day provided an all-too-familiar results as men's double top seeds Fu/Cai, understandably exhausted from 28-minute epic battle in the first round, granted a walkover to compatriots Xie/Guo "
    Ah, I remember Cai Yun commenting about his loss to the HK pair, something to do with tiredness ..... must be taking a lot of time to recover ....

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    In BWF's website reported that a lot of people/Media are concerned about the trend of WO........BWF cited" fortunate coincidence " abour Cai/Fu vs Xie/Guo

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    oh yeah, lin dan supposed to have knee injury, he he.
    but cai yun's injury seems real, he did say he was off form when they lost to the HK pair. this 2 wks, they decided to accompany KKK/TBH
    Kawan2...hehe...u lose..I also lose Strangely, they both lost to teammates this week

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Well...looks like these comments (from Denmark and UK...not the usual suspects from INA or MAS ) will irk some ppl here as usual
    Right on, good lad...

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    Quoted from the BWF:
    In another fortunate coincidence, China’s Guo Zhendong-Xie Zhongbo enjoyed Cai Yun-Fu Haifeng’s misfortunate injury - the top seed walked off their meeting and the second best Chinese duo will now have a shot at a semi-final spot when they take on Korea’s Lee Yong Dae-Jung Jae Sung – last week’s winners in Birmingham.
    However, it was a different scenario with the Danes as veterans Jens Eriksen-Martin Lundgaard refused to bow out easily and stretched their compatriots, Mathia Boe-Carsten Mogensen all the way before exiting the Swiss Open.
    In fact, the contrasting wins has set many a tongue wagging amongst members of the media as a worrying trend is emerging with many withdrawals and walkovers whenever players from the same nationality take to court, heightened by the intense competition for Olympic Games qualifying points.


    So, now, even the BWF is beginning to get suspicious Hopefully, they WILL take some action.

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    Taufik game shd be interesting. again see if he can tahan. stamina issue.

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    I predict INA will get 1 title in this Swiss Superseries! 2, if I shout louder!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    I predict INA will get 1 title in this Swiss Superseries! 2, if I shout louder!
    You should shout way LOUDER.....

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    This is a good one here.....
    In fact, the same fans might be cheering for Korea’s Lee Yong Dae- Lee Hyo Jung in the other quarter final, to avoid another all Chinese confrontation and a potential injury in case two Chinese teams are meeting.

    Yup....the MAJORITY of us are with the writer and the fans at St Jakob's Halle.

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