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    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.asp?file=/2011/4/20/sports/8513637&sec=sports

    An easy start for Daren in Chengdu

    PETALING JAYA: Liew Daren led the way while three other shuttlers from the elite squad fell by the wayside in the first round of the Asian Badminton Championships (ABC) men’s singles competition in Chengdu yesterday.

    Daren, who is the highest ranked Malaysian singles shuttler in the fray at No. 90 in the absence of world No.1 Lee Chong Wei, defeated Singaporean Ashton Chen 21-18, 21-18.

    However, Daren, who is aiming to break into the top 40 world rankings by the end of the year, will have a tough task in the second round against 15th seed Wong Wing Ki of Hong Kong.

    He is joined in the second round by national back-up shuttlers Mohd Arif Abdul Latif and Goh Soon Huat. Arif defeated India’s Sourabh Verma 21-16, 21-12 while Soon Huat beat Taiwan’s Hsuan Lin Chia 21-14, 21-12.

    But Soon Huat and Arif are not expected to get past their second-round matches against fifth seed Chen Jin of China and Australia Open champion Sho Sasaki of Japan respectively.

    Elite squad shuttler, Chong Wei Feng, who won the domestic Kuala Lumpur Open earlier this month, crashed to a 12-21, 20-22 defeat by world No. 4 Chen Long of China.

    Also eliminated in the first round were Tan Chun Seang and Chan Kwong Beng.

    Earlier in the qualifying rounds of the women’s singles, Julia Wong’s future is now in doubt after failing to make it to the main draw, losing 15-21, 15-21 to Japan’s Mitani Minatsu in a second-round match.

    Julia had earlier questioned her ability to continue playing at the top level after suffering serious knee injuries and said that she would make her decision after her outing in the ABC and Malaysia Grand Prix Gold in Alor Setar from May 3-8.

    Lydia Cheah and Tee Jing Yi made it to the main draw. Lydia beat Hong Kong’s Poon Lok Yan and Vietnam’s Vu Thi Trang 21-10, 21-12 while Jing Yi chalked up wins over Vietnam’s Le Thu Huyen and India’s P.C. Thulasi.

    The mixed doubles pair of Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari-Vivian Hoo also made it to the main draw, beating Syrians Amar Awad-Mahmoud Sana to set up a match against China’s Liu Xiaolong-Bao Yixin.

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    can he win today?? boleh?

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    Chen Jin def. Goh Soon Huat 21-10, 21-8.

    Not much he could do against CJ, I guess...

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    Daren Liew (MAS) beat Wing Ki Wong (HK): 22-20 23-21

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    can he win today?? boleh?
    Wah, this guy really boleh wor. When he say he want to reach third round, suddenly can.

    But no one expects him to get past Du Pengyu tomorrow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Wah, this guy really boleh wor. When he say he want to reach third round, suddenly can.

    But no one expects him to get past Du Pengyu tomorrow!
    Unless he do something extraordinary and no sudden injuries!

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    2 years ago, at the Malaysian Open :

    The 22-year-old Daren, who is not even ranked among the top 100 in the world, dumped
    Thai number one Boonsak Ponsana with a hard-fought 24-22, 19-21, 21-17 win in 69
    minutes. He will take on Taiwanese Hsieh Hsuan-yi for a place in the quarter-finals.
    Daren could have scored a straight-game win over Boonsak, who is ranked 13th in the
    world, after taking a comfortable lead at 19-14 in the second game. But he lacked the
    experience to seal it. He came back more fired up in the rubber game and hung on to win
    the match.


    Daren could have scored a straight-game win over Boonsak, who is ranked 13th in the
    world, after taking a comfortable lead at 19-14 in the second game.
    But he lacked the
    experience to seal it.


    Daren said the win was more than just a good result for him. “I have the problem of
    losing after holding a lead.
    I was on the verge of winning at 19-17 against Chen Hong in
    the Macau Open last year but I lost.
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    And now today, his problem still persists.
    He was leading 20-15 against Wong Wing Ki in the first game, but managed to scrape out 22-20 in the end.
    He was leading 19-13 in the second game, but in the end it was 23-21

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    Sho Sasaki def. Mohd Arif Abdul Latif 21-18, 21-12

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    If Darren Liew beat DPY tomorrow, it is a big breakthrough... I hope he can nail it tomorrow... BOLEH

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    Maybe now is his time. The stars are all aligned nicely for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gicutzu View Post
    Sho Sasaki def. Mohd Arif Abdul Latif 21-18, 21-12
    If I'm not mistaken, uncle Wong lost to Sho Sasaki in a very tight rubber games at Australian Open 2011... but Arif...? He is the same batch with Chen Long and Tago... still BOLEH?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    If Darren Liew beat DPY tomorrow, it is a big breakthrough... I hope he can nail it tomorrow... BOLEH
    I think LDR's stamina will still be his biggest concern besides others short comings............DPY is a very fit and hard working player !

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    Wei Shem Goh / Khim Wah Lim (MAS) beat Songphon Anugritayawon / Sudket Prapakamol (THAI): 21-16 21-10

    very impressive win... keep it up ya... BOLEH BOLEH BOLEH

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    Very impressive fight by Liew Daren today... maybe can open a thread for him soon already...lol. I think we'll be seeing more of him in the SS.

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    亚洲錦標赛男单次圈:
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    16-21 21-19 19-21

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    good and well done Daren... certainly a good fight

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    Looks like Goh Wei Shem/Lim Khim Wah had given CY/FHF the biggest scare in the whole BAC tournament! Keep it up.

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