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    Arrow Saina Nehwal at the 2009 India Open

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    Saina Nehwal at the 2009 India Open

    It should to appropriate to follow [IND] Saina NEHWAL at the 2009 India Open.

    Here, Saina is seeded No.2. She would need to defeat the following players before reaching the Finals, namely;

    Seeded No.5: [MAS] Julia Pei Xian WONG (expected at the Quarter-Finals)

    and then (expected at the Semi-Finals), either
    Seeded No.4: [INA] Maria Kristin YULIANTI or,
    Seeded No.8: [MAS] Lydia Li Ya CHEAH


    Can Saina Nehwal make it to the 2009 India Open Finals?
    I would hope so.

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    Arrow Can Saina Nehwal make it to the 2009 India Open Finals?

    Quote Originally Posted by chris@ccc View Post

    Can Saina Nehwal make it to the 2009 India Open Finals?

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    Having looked at the draw again...

    The biggest hurdle for Saina to clear could be at the Quarter-Finals, where [MAS] Julia Pei Xian WONG [5] is expected to be waiting for her.

    Once clearing the QF, it might be certain that Saina will make it to the Finals.

    All the Best to Saina Nehwal.


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    Chris, why don't you expect Saina to meet ZJJ in the semi final?? Why only LCLY and MKY?? haha...

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    Yup, ZJJ is a tough customer and Lydia is not up there yet. Maria Kristin is supposed to advance from that draw but she herself just returned from injury.

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    Saina Nehwal is India biggest hope to present title at homeground bdm tournament. Let's see whether she can enter finale and win WS title or not...

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    Arrow ZJJ is a tough customer; MKY is one to beat

    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post

    Chris, why don't you expect Saina to meet ZJJ in the semi final?? Why only LCLY and MKY?? haha...

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    suetyan ...... As abedeng said, ZJJ is a tough customer. But MKY is one to beat at the Semi-Finals (depending on how she returned from her injury). But of course, this prediction could be all wrong.

    I am going to PAW this way, anyway. My PAW record is not good at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris@ccc View Post
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    suetyan ...... As abedeng said, ZJJ is a tough customer. But MKY is one to beat at the Semi-Finals (depending on how she returned from her injury). But of course, this prediction could be all wrong.

    I am going to PAW this way, anyway. My PAW record is not good at all.
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    I will go for 'superwoman'

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    Arrow ZJJ = Short Superwoman

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    I will go for 'superwoman'

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    Talking about our short superwoman... Has she has grown taller now?
    LYB doesn't like sending shorties out to play.
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    Arrow Saina Nehwal turns 19; One week before the 2009 India Open

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    Saina Nehwal turns 19; One week before the 2009 India Open

    Yesterday, Tuesday March 17, just 7 days before the start of the 2009 India Open, Saina Nehwal turned 19.

    On her birthday, Saina told Nikhil Taneja of Hindustan Times that she dreams of being World No.1 everyday.

    A candid Saina interview: click here
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    Arrow Saina Nehwal into Boxing and Kick-Boxing training

    Quote Originally Posted by Ningtyas View Post
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    A 10-day Boxing and Kick-Boxing training running parallel to the Indian Open?

    Wouldn't it drain much energy from Saina? Why not before or after the Open?

    Hope that Saina doesn't overdo it; and that she won't get injured.
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    haiya...if u all think lydia cannot beat zjj...then should ask bam not to send mas team there....wait pemuda/dato come and say waste taxpayer money....send lcw can liao next time....when lcw retired....then bam should close shop....stop wasting taxpayer money mah....and then....we will have peace(atleast for malaysia issue)

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    Arrow Lydia Cheah's confidence will increase when MAS sends her to more tournaments

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    haiya...if u all think lydia cannot beat zjj...then should ask bam not to send mas team there....wait pemuda/dato come and say waste taxpayer money....send lcw can liao next time....when lcw retired....then bam should close shop....stop wasting taxpayer money mah....and then....we will have peace(atleast for malaysia issue)

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    limsy ... Don't give up hope on [MAS] Lydia Li Ya CHEAH [8]

    The last time when both Lydia and Saina played well, they got to meet at the Finals. It was at the 2008 Chinese Taipei Grand Prix Gold. Saina defeated Lydia, 21-8, 21-19.

    In Game 1, Lydia made too many unnecessary mistakes. Only in Game 2 that Lydia settled down; and at one stage she was at 18-all with Saina.

    Lydia needs more international tournament exposure. Her confidence will increase when MAS sends her to more tournaments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris@ccc View Post
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    limsy ... Don't give up hope on [MAS] Lydia Li Ya CHEAH [8]

    The last time when both Lydia and Saina played well, they got to meet at the Finals. It was at the 2008 Chinese Taipei Grand Prix Gold. Saina defeated Lydia, 21-8, 21-19.

    In Game 1, Lydia made too many unnecessary mistakes. Only in Game 2 that Lydia settled down; and at one stage she was at 18-all with Saina.

    Lydia needs more international tournament exposure. Her confidence will increase when MAS sends her to more tournaments.
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    haiya....she is my friend...u think is tat posible tat i didnt support her???....hehe....u should clear ur inbox....after tat...pm me....hehe...then i explain...

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    Thumbs up 2009 India Open: It could be a 'Saina Nehwal-vs-Wong Mew Choo" WS Final?

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    haiya....she is my friend...u think is tat posible tat i didnt support her???....hehe....u should clear ur inbox....after tat...pm me....hehe...then i explain...

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    It is now confirmed that [MAS] Mew Choo WONG (Seeded 3) shall be competing at the 2009 India Open.

    So, it could be a 'Saina Nehwal-vs-Wong Mew Choo" WS Final; a final I'm wishing for.

    Perhaps, only [FRA] Hongyan PI (Seeded 1) and [INA] Maria Kristin YULIANTI (Seeded 4) can prevent this match from happening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris@ccc View Post
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    It is now confirmed that [MAS] Mew Choo WONG (Seeded 3) shall be competing at the 2009 India Open.

    So, it could be a 'Saina Nehwal-vs-Wong Mew Choo" WS Final; a final I'm wishing for.

    Perhaps, only [FRA] Hongyan PI (Seeded 1) and [INA] Maria Kristin YULIANTI (Seeded 4) can prevent this match from happening.
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    Although her side of the draw appears to be less tough than the other, it's still packed with enough dark horses to make Wong Mew Choo's entry into the final highly unlikely

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    Arrow Hope that WMC has now recovered well enough to play against Saina Nehwal

    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post

    Although her side of the draw appears to be less tough than the other, it's still packed with enough dark horses to make Wong Mew Choo's entry into the final highly unlikely.

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    It was only 3 months ago, at the 2008 Super Series Masters Finals, when Saina Nehwal, Pi Hongyan and Wong Mew Choo were playing in the same Group Stage.

    There, SN defeated both PHY and WMC. And PHY defeated WMC. However, WMC was playing with her injury.

    Hope that WMC has now recovered well enough to defeat the dark horses, and make it to rematch against PHY at the Semi-Finals, and then against SN at the Finals.
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