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    Wei Feng gota chance to create upset today against Thai junior Vilailak , who stretched WCH into 3 sets during TC Qualifying in February. Its gona be very tough for Daren to topple against current Thailand MS2 Tanongsak..

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    it was tanongsak who stretched choong hann to three sets during the TC qualifying

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    Yahuuu! It's an all-INA affair in the XD final!

    Er... Are Lingga/Keshya and Viki/Lita members of Pelatnas squad, or are they going under their club's flag?
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    Of course those players are under Pelatnas, esp Lingga Lie, Fernando Kurniawan and Nathalia Poluakan. Viki Indra Okvana joined Pelatnas sometime last year or in 2006 if I am not wrong, while Samantha Lintang, Keshya Nurvita Hanadia, Syahmie Syarif Radhitian/Adi Chrisna Wijaya should be new members.

    Wifqi Windarto/Afiat Yuris Wirawan will be playing under Djarum banner for the last time as they have been recruited to Pelatnas too this year.

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    and it was Vilailak who stretched WCH into 3 sets during Macao Open in October 2007

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    Meanwhile, MAS failed to create an all-MAS MS final as
    Pakkawat Vilailak beat Chong Wei Feng by straight sets: 21-15 21-12.
    Vilailak will go against Daren Liew, who beat Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk by rubber sets: 21-18 15-21 118-21( ? Now that's strange...)

    Quote Originally Posted by yannie View Post
    Yeah, that's right! Luckily somebody still remembers their achievements!

    Pic 1: Liew Daren
    Pic 2: Tan Chun Seang
    Pic 3: Chong Wei Feng
    Which INA MS is about the same age as them?
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    Tournamentsoftware has revised the result, and the outcome is quite sad for MAS fans:
    It turns out that Tanongsak beats Daren, as the third set was 21-18 for for him.

    These THA juniors are quite dangerous. How old are they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagdpanther View Post
    Meanwhile, MAS failed to create an all-MAS MS final as
    Pakkawat Vilailak beat Chong Wei Feng by straight sets: 21-15 21-12.
    Vilailak will go against Daren Liew, who beat Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk by rubber sets: 21-18 15-21 118-21( ? Now that's strange...)
    Which INA MS is about the same age as them?
    no, they all lost.
    21-18 15-21 18-21

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    Quote Originally Posted by KlasseE View Post
    no, they all lost.
    21-18 15-21 18-21
    Yep, I noticed that as well.
    The score is quite close. It was a good match, I can tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagdpanther View Post
    Meanwhile, MAS failed to create an all-MAS MS final as
    Pakkawat Vilailak beat Chong Wei Feng by straight sets: 21-15 21-12.
    Vilailak will go against Daren Liew, who beat Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk by rubber sets: 21-18 15-21 118-21( ? Now that's strange...)



    Which INA MS is about the same age as them?
    Same age? Andre Kurniawan, Ari Yuli Wahyu, Tommy Sugiarto etc.

    Haih.. Why MAS jrs lost..

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    Japan has a chance to create an all-WD final tomorrow. I wonder if both pairs are pretty.

    I've just realised that Thailand Badminton Association has its own website, although still in Thai language. And it looks like BA of THA is under a Thai Royal's patronage.
    Compared that to PBSI... Last time I checked its website at www.pb-pbsi.net, it was an error.

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    hiyaaa, all Msians lost. WD & MD also

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    All games have finished, and INA will surely take 2 titles since Wifqi/Afiat beat MAS' Mak HC/Teo KS 21-19 21-10 and Lingga/Fernando were given a walkover by THA's Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk/Bodinth Issara.
    Whatever reason of the walkover is, I hope it's not because one of THA shuttlers suffered injury.

    However, unfortunately there'll be no MAS representatives tomorrow since its only WS hope, Saniru Sannatasah, lost to the first seed, THA's Porntip Buranaprasertsuk (goodness!) in rubber-set 21-16 14-21 12-21 and WD Saniru/Vivian Kah MH lost to JAP pair, Ayaka Takahashi/Koharu Yonemoto 21-16 16-21 20-22. They will meet their compatriots Yukina Oku/Megumi Taruno, who beat home pairs Savittree Amitpai/Vacharaporn Munkit 21-16 18-21 21-18.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagdpanther View Post
    All games have finished, and INA will surely take 2 titles since Wifqi/Afiat beat MAS' Mak HC/Teo KS 21-19 21-10 and Lingga/Fernando were given a walkover by THA's Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk/Bodinth Issara.
    Whatever reason of the walkover is, I hope it's not because one of THA shuttlers suffered injury.

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    Linga/Fernando are from Djarum too and both are 21...so Djarum vs Djarum tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    Linga/Fernando are from Djarum too and both are 21...so Djarum vs Djarum tomorrow
    Both are also in Pelatnas. Mission accomplished with 2 titles back in the pocket. Wifqi/Afiat to win another Int Series title perhaps?

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    Hmm, what a weird line-up of final match! Only WS match which will be played by two finalist from different country meanwhile the other four will show : all-INA-final (XD & MD), all-THA-final (MS) and all-JPN-final (WD).

    Two titles for INA, Japan and host Thailand will use their last chance to add one more title through WS.
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    Lingga Lie collected 2 titles today in the XD (with Keshya Nurvita Hanadia) and MD (with Fernando Kurniawan).

    Too bad, Wifqi Windarto/Afiat Yuris Wirawan couldn't win their second titles in two weeks.

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