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    wmc can still contribute in team events. No harm continue playing since no one can beat her. She need to keep her games in 2. Stamina is a mind block for her. Hopefully the fitness consultant can help out to do the rambo training to keep her fitter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    wmc can still contribute in team events. No harm continue playing since no one can beat her. She need to keep her games in 2. Stamina is a mind block for her. Hopefully the fitness consultant can help out to do the rambo training to keep her fitter.
    she is hardworking but I dont think her knees can take it anymore...

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    Mas really has do something about its womens' singles position.
    WMC is good enough for just two games which she must win; she lacks the stamina for 3 games and invariably loses in the 3rd game as happened in her matches against XAY and SN. She is also not in her early 20s.
    Julia Wong is doubtful after surgery for her injury.
    The Cheah sisters are so so and LC should'nt have lost to the 28 year old player from Scotland.
    The other singles players are unpredictable and have not even been placed as reserves.
    The recently appointed BAM coaching/performance top brass have to find a solution to the dire situation or else Mas WS may lose out for good to its nearest southern neighbor from JB.

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    What happened with Michelle Li of Canada ?
    I read on Gail Emm's Twitter that there was a problem during a match today with this player, nut didn't understand what, and I don't find any news reporting this...

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    Thom_bad, Michelle Li won her match vs Nigeria easily & she's listed to play tomm, so shouldnt be injured.


    Please refer here or the pdf file for the Schedule on Oct 11. R16 & QF will be played :
    http://results.cwgdelhi2010.org/en/C...xpandAll=False
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    what exactly happened ?

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    Li appeared not to be interested of trying, they almost list first end with opponents having two game points

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom_bad View Post
    what exactly happened ?
    She was treating the opponent with a huge amount of contempt. Eyes rolling, seeming incredibly arrogant and as though it was pointless the match even being played. As though they should have just been given the match and the opposition were just wasting her time.

    It wasn't very pleasant to watch, after all the Nigerians would have put in a lot of effort to train to get there, they just don't quite have the badminton coaching system set up yet. What should have been a great and enjoyable occasion for the Nigerians was ruined in my opinion. I've never seen anything like it before, it just really annoyed me, after all these countries look as though they could go a lot further with a bit more coaching.

    In contrast previous very one sided matches at the commonwealth games all players seemed to be smiling (occasionally) and having fun with the side being beaten often having a cheeky grin on there faces whenever they won a point against the "world's greatest". In fact they have been good to watch from a sportsmanship point of view.

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    Wooow that is shocking, dirty and sad for the opponent...disrespectful..

    Gail Emms critiqued her on her Twitter...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    Thanks skyblue for the info.

    I thought Lydia Cheah could defeat Susan Egelstaff of Scotland.

    Oh well, maybe next time.
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    No chance, Susan, could easily beat Lydia Cheah, I didn't see the match, but I am pretty sure that Susan, had some left in the tank for the rest of the tournament.

    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    CPS/Hafiz beat Maldives MD 21-4, 21-8
    Lydia/GLY beat Seychelles WD 21-16, 21-9

    Lydia's lost to Scotland's SUsan Egelstaff, hmmm name sound familiar
    Yes, I am sure it does sound familiar, maybe you will remember AE2010, Susan vs Lu Lan, very very close match.

    Quote Originally Posted by cclau74 View Post
    Scotland has some skillful young players...impressed to see them in action today.
    Yes, plenty more to come, the current generation coming through, are imo, a lot better than the current players. Plenty to watch out for.

    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Do you even know who Susan Egelstaff is? -_______-
    She is already 28, and a very experienced player and known to have given several top players a run for their money before. I wouldn't put my money on Lydia to win this encounter.
    Yep, very experienced, and as mentioned above, gave Lu Lan a run for her money at AE2010.

    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    No need to put money, Lydia already lost. Looking at the match schedule, Lydia's WS & WD matches were quite close together. 1 hr-1.5 hrs difference I think
    Oh come on ! Don't make excuses, she lost fair and square you are starting to sound like, some of the atheletes when they lose

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    got 1 who is quite pretty as well...
    Which one ?

    Quote Originally Posted by skyblue View Post
    I think the Susan had defeat Wong Mew Choo.
    It was Susan Hughes.
    Susan Hughes=Susan Egelstaff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom_bad View Post
    Wooow that is shocking, dirty and sad for the opponent...disrespectful..

    Gail Emms critiqued her on her Twitter...!
    She also criticised her heavily during her commentary of the match, in fact her and the other commentator both aired their criticisms quite vocally. I hope the Canadian badminton association have a quiet word with her, or she'll realise when she watches the match back for herself. I would imagine she will come under fire from her own doubles partner as well, for basically not trying at all and nearly losing them the first game. Emms said if she ever had a partner act like that she would walk off the court and refuse to play.

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    I didn't see the Michelle Li match but she's still young and gaining international experience. I'm sure she and the Canadian coaching staff will erectify this issue and she will learn from her mistake and be a better player in the future.

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    On a positive note, M Li defeated Sinead Chambers of Northern Ireland 10 and 14 and will be playing Xing Aiying of Singapore in rd of 16.
    It will be a huge boost to her if she can beat Xing Aiying. If she can get through Xing Aiying, she should have a easier match in the quarters against either Cann or Rankin but 1st she must overcome the Singapore obstacle.

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    Thumbs up Susan Egelstaff is still playing well

    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    No chance, Susan, could easily beat Lydia Cheah, I didn't see the match, but I am pretty sure that Susan, had some left in the tank for the rest of the tournament.
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    I watched Susan Egelstaff played at our 2006 Commonwealth Games (held in Melbourne). She played skillfully and with great fighting spirit. Susan eventually won the Bronze medal in the Individual WS event here.

    Now, at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, I thought the younger Lydia Cheah (MAS new hopeful) could challenge and defeat the older Susan. Fortunately, Susan is still playing well.

    Perhaps Susan's experience helped her to defeat Lydia, who hasn't have enough of international tournament experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aZn_Popcorn View Post
    On a positive note, M Li defeated Sinead Chambers of Northern Ireland 10 and 14 and will be playing Xing Aiying of Singapore in rd of 16.
    It will be a huge boost to her if she can beat Xing Aiying. If she can get through Xing Aiying, she should have a easier match in the quarters against either Cann or Rankin but 1st she must overcome the Singapore obstacle.
    Another plus is she is a pretty one xD

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    alex pang of canada vs LCW is on youtube now
    thx to the uploader

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9C8RBJaLl1E

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    Sunday, 11 October 2010

    Court 2
    (Starting from 11.30am)
    1. [XD](4)Chan P S/Goh L Y v PHILLIPS J/HARVEY C WAL
    3. [XD]Koo K K/Chin E H v (6)NG T/GAO G CAN
    6. [WD]Cheah L Y/Goh L Y v BANKIER I/MASON E SCO

    Court 3(Starting from 11.30am)
    5. [WS](2)Wong M C v JOHNSON Elena CGY
    7. [MD](1)Koo K K/Tan B H v MORGAN J/PHILLIPS J WAL
    8. [WD]Chin E H/Woon K W v (2)GUTTA J/MACHIMANDA AP IND

    Court 4(Starting from 11.40am)
    2. [MS](1)Lee C W v MUWOWO Juma ZAM

    Court 5(Starting from 11.35am)
    1. [MS](4)Hashim M H v KARUNATHILAKA K. Lasitha Mena SRI
    4. [MD]Chan P S/Hashim M H v SMITH R/WARFE G AUS

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