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    yup as it shows on the drawsheet, the nepalese team has withdrawn

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    Quote Originally Posted by aZn_Popcorn View Post
    matthew wins by the same way, so it most likely means that the opponent didn't show up.
    shudn't it be a walkover...

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    Thanks Popcorn. Quite a few of my friends and people I play against/with are playing. I should just drive down and cheer them on...but traffic is a hinderance.

    Panda ponders whether or not to go...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tehsham View Post
    shudn't it be a walkover...
    It should be, that's why we're wondering. Actually, I'll call over there and confirm...right now...

    ...nobody picked-up, left a message to call back. Hopefully we'll now shortly.
    Last edited by DinkAlot; 07-08-2008 at 01:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Cheng is BC's very own, "Lefty", why did he get DQed?
    Lefty is another "Cheng", but not Cheng Che Chang.

    Cheng Che Chang (aka. "OA") is a ex-national player from Taiwan who coaches in SmashCity. i actually saw him in SmashCity last night coaching. maybe he just decided not to show up in the US Open.

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    Wow, thanks for the clarification. Small world, having such similar names (at least English spelling-wise).

    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    Lefty is another "Cheng", but not Cheng Che Chang.

    Cheng Che Chang (aka. "OA") is a ex-national player from Taiwan who coaches in SmashCity. i actually saw him in SmashCity last night coaching. maybe he just decided not to show up in the US Open.

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    Default Action is starting to heat up..

    - WS matches are still on going now...Spotted our smashie54 sporting a nice blue/white sleeveless outfit...Still looking a bit jet-lagged, perhaps..
    - Yes, quite a few W/Os/no shows/DQ. Even Holvy De Pauw is not here (perhaps still jet-lagged/tired after a long honeymoon??)..And i was hoping to see him play..
    - The entire Nepalese squad is absent.
    - Lots of young faces on court.

    Chinese Taipei's Hung just won in straight sets over USA's Thum. Scoreboard is still stuck..
    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Thanks Popcorn. Quite a few of my friends and people I play against/with are playing. I should just drive down and cheer them on...but traffic is a hinderance.

    Panda ponders whether or not to go...
    ..Dan, there are no bamboos here, but plenty of action...Come on over; i met our friendly Polar Panda earlier today...

    ..be back later..
    Last edited by ctjcad; 07-08-2008 at 04:59 PM.

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    well actually there is 1 Nepalese player here, Balram Thapa who advanced to the 2nd rd.

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    lee hock lai looks good to final???...i think

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    Who is he? A private club player? Referring to lee hock lai

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    lee hock lai looks good to final???...i think
    I saw LHL play twice at SGVBC and was trying to get in a game with him this past Friday but didn't get the chance.

    I saw LHL play mixed style (with Priscilla) against two experienced players. One of them was one of SGVBC's fastest players and LHL made him look slow.

    LHL reminds me of smaller version of Lee Chong Wei. I hope LHL wins it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    I saw LHL play twice at SGVBC and was trying to get in a game with him this past Friday but didn't get the chance.

    I saw LHL play mixed style (with Priscilla) against two experienced players. One of them was one of SGVBC's fastest players and LHL made him look slow.

    LHL reminds me of smaller version of Lee Chong Wei. I hope LHL wins it.
    Sounds quite impressive. He did beat up and coming Danish youngster Thomsen in straight games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Sounds quite impressive. He did beat up and coming Danish youngster Thomsen in straight games.
    I didn't get to see LHL play singles but from the doubles and mixed play, he's extremely fast, has a very tight drop and is quick to the net. Of course, not to mention he has all the standard shots a professional has and a respectable smash.

    It's not easy to play him mixed as his partner Priscilla understands to stay at the net and just let him run in the backcourt. Essentially, when LHL plays mixed, he's playing singles without having to worry about getting the drops. Makes it easy for a guy with that much speed to do a lot of damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Who is he? A private club player? Referring to lee hock lai
    hmm...i think he is a state player before...but i dont know his condition currently...maybe eagle can help...as i am just new in mas badminton compare to her...ants maybe can aswer too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    I didn't get to see LHL play singles but from the doubles and mixed play, he's extremely fast, has a very tight drop and is quick to the net. Of course, not to mention he has all the standard shots a professional has and a respectable smash.

    It's not easy to play him mixed as his partner Priscilla understands to stay at the net and just let him run in the backcourt. Essentially, when LHL plays mixed, he's playing singles without having to worry about getting the drops. Makes it easy for a guy with that much speed to do a lot of damage.
    Thanks for the summary

    If you get a chance to see him tomorrow in Singles, let us know how he stacks up against the seeded players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    I saw LHL play twice at SGVBC and was trying to get in a game with him this past Friday but didn't get the chance.

    I saw LHL play mixed style (with Priscilla) against two experienced players. One of them was one of SGVBC's fastest players and LHL made him look slow.

    LHL reminds me of smaller version of Lee Chong Wei. I hope LHL wins it.
    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    I didn't get to see LHL play singles but from the doubles and mixed play, he's extremely fast, has a very tight drop and is quick to the net. Of course, not to mention he has all the standard shots a professional has and a respectable smash.

    It's not easy to play him mixed as his partner Priscilla understands to stay at the net and just let him run in the backcourt. Essentially, when LHL plays mixed, he's playing singles without having to worry about getting the drops. Makes it easy for a guy with that much speed to do a lot of damage.
    thanks for the information...so...he did looking good for a title right???...it was impressive when he just spend one hour for 3 matches...^^......good...hope he can get at least one title...

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Thanks for the summary

    If you get a chance to see him tomorrow in Singles, let us know how he stacks up against the seeded players.
    huh???david yuan(lhl opponent today)is not a seeded player...

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