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    Default Polish International Championships 2010 (Bialystok, 25th-28th March 2010)

    Venue : Sports Hall in Bialystok
    Category : International Challenge
    Total prize-money : US$15,000
    Official website : www.polishopen2010.pl
    Drawing, Match schedule & live-score : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...4-626C55F2080B

    2009 Champions
    MS -- Dicky Palyama (NED)
    WS -- Wang Linling (POL)
    MD -- Chen Hung Ling/Lin Yu Lang (TPE)
    WD -- Diana Dimova/Petya Nedelcheva (BUL)
    XD -- Michal Logosz/Olga Konon (POL)

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    No home player in last round, Asian shuttlers dominate today's final match.
    Top-seed Joachim Persson and WS defending champion Wang Linling lost to Spaniard Pablo Abian and Japanese qulifier Kana Ito repectively in semifinal last night.

    FINAL

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    -- Pablo Abian (ESP) >< Hiroyuki Saeki (JPN)
    WS -- Kana Ito (JPN) >< Chan Tsz Ka (HKG)
    MD -- Yohan H.Wiratama/Wong Wai Hong (HKG) >< Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov (RUS)
    WD -- Shinta Mulia Sari/Yao Lei (SIN) >< Chan Tsz Ka/Chau Hoi Wah (HKG)
    XD -- Chayut Triyachart/Yao Lei (SIN) >< Andrej Ashmarin/Anastasia Prokopenko (RUS)

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    HKG seems very clever by sending their players here and conquer here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    HKG seems very clever by sending their players here and conquer here!
    Unfortunately, HKG players failed to win any title here...

    Congrats to the winners :

    MS -- Pablo Abian (ESP)
    WS -- Kana Ito (JPN)
    MD -- Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov (RUS)
    WD -- Shinta Mulia Sari/Yao Lei (SIN)
    XD -- Andrej Ashmarin/Anastasia Prokopenko (RUS)

    Final result through ts.com -- http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...80B&d=20100328

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    HKG seems very clever by sending their players here and conquer here!
    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Unfortunately, HKG players failed to win any title here...

    Congrats to the winners :

    MS -- Pablo Abian (ESP)
    WS -- Kana Ito (JPN)
    MD -- Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov (RUS)
    WD -- Shinta Mulia Sari/Yao Lei (SIN)
    XD -- Andrej Ashmarin/Anastasia Prokopenko (RUS)
    Well, apparently the HKG players did not conquer anything today... I see some Russian improvements in MD here... Ivanov-Sozonov?!? Weren't they the guys who gave Rian-Yoke a hard time at the Russian Open a few years ago... Is this their first international title or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    Well, apparently the HKG players did not conquer anything today... I see some Russian improvements in MD here... Ivanov-Sozonov?!? Weren't they the guys who gave Rian-Yoke a hard time at the Russian Open a few years ago... Is this their first international title or something?
    Their biggest success ever, indeed...

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    Pablo has been impressive, he beat Joachim, Usually pablo isn't a dangerous player, I think he improved dramatically, Must be training hard.....Keep it up.....Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by geebees90 View Post
    Pablo has been impressive, he beat Joachim, Usually pablo isn't a dangerous player, I think he improved dramatically, Must be training hard.....Keep it up.....Good luck
    He played excellent in Poland. Very fast, good defence, good attack; even good right hand and left hand:-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    Well, apparently the HKG players did not conquer anything today... I see some Russian improvements in MD here... Ivanov-Sozonov?!? Weren't they the guys who gave Rian-Yoke a hard time at the Russian Open a few years ago... Is this their first international title or something?
    Wow, it's a surprise to see all hkg representative in the final all lost out.

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    jsteve what do you mean by good right hand and good left hand in your previous msg :P, Does Pablo play with both hands :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by geebees90 View Post
    jsteve what do you mean by good right hand and good left hand in your previous msg :P, Does Pablo play with both hands :P
    You are right an he was right and left (playing).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsteve View Post
    You are right an he was right and left (playing).
    OMG, this is so cool indeed

    any videos, pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    OMG, this is so cool indeed

    any videos, pics?
    Not sure about videos and pics but maybe later. If I find I'll give links.

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    One friend who was there told me that Abian defended a smash in the semifinal changing his racket to the left hand and finally he won the point. If I were Persson I would feel very frustrated

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    Quote Originally Posted by reifmaister View Post
    One friend who was there told me that Abian defended a smash in the semifinal changing his racket to the left hand and finally he won the point. If I were Persson I would feel very frustrated
    Exactly so. During semi vs Persson. But Polish TV recorded and showed only final, so it is difficult to find a video or picture. However there are some videos I think but I have got not any.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    any...pics?
    Some in the article here and one more here, though none depicting ambidexterity.

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