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    Interim Results:

    WS:
    Susan Egelstaff bt Michelle Chan 21-11, 21-9
    Aditi Mutatkar bt Kirsty Gilmour 21-11, 21-17
    Saina Nehwal bt Caroline Black 21-0, 21-2
    Anna Rice bt G Lloyd 21-4, 21-7
    Huang Chia Chi bt Fu Mingtian 21-15, 21-19
    Liz Cann bt Anna Rankin 21-14, 21-13

    MS:
    Rajiv Ouseph bt Niluka Karunaratne 21-5, 12-21, 21-15
    LCW bt Juma Muwowo 21-9, 21-9
    Derek Wong bt Jeff Tho 25-23, 21-16
    Carl Baxter bt Gareth Henry 21-11, 21-14
    Ashton Chen bt Dinuka Karunaratna 21-19, 21-8
    Hafiz Hashim bt K Karunathilaka 21-14, 21-13

    XD:
    Adcock/White bt Thomas/Balan 21-15, 21-18
    Robertson/Wallwork bt Wijaya/Sari 21-19, 21-17
    Koo/Chin bt Toby Ng/Grace Gao 21-7, 21-16
    Chan/Goh bt Phillips/Harvey 21-11, 21-13
    Clark/Olver bt Gleave/Chambers 21-5, 21-4
    Briggs/Bankier bt Tam/Haliday 18-21, 21-6, 21-17
    V Diju/Jwala Gutta bt Rupesh Kumar/Ashwini Ponnappa 21-15, 18-21, 21-16
    Triyachart/Yao bt Mambwe/Siamupangila 21-11, ret

    WD:
    Sari/Yao bt Easmond/Watson 21-5, 21-6

    MD:
    Chan/Hashim bt Warfe/Smith 21-18, 21-12
    Saputra/Wijaya bt Green/Wilkinson 21-4, 21-5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sevex View Post
    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.
    It is very disappointing to hear that. Perhaps some immaturity but I hope the Canadian coaches put her in her place for showing such behaviour. She is hardly good enough to display such arrogance. Who does she think she is? Lin Dan?

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    England is really attacking at the Mixed Doubles title, they have 3 pairs in the quarterfinals and Anthony Clark/Heather Olver looks to be the most promising.

    Against them are 2 Malaysian pairs, and 1 each from Scotland, India and Singapore.

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    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.



    Yes, I am sure it does sound familiar, maybe you will remember AE2010, Susan vs Lu Lan, very very close match.



    Yes, plenty more to come, the current generation coming through, are imo, a lot better than the current players. Plenty to watch out for.



    Yep, very experienced, and as mentioned above, gave Lu Lan a run for her money at AE2010.



    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



    Which one ?



    Susan Hughes=Susan Egelstaff
    At no point did I expect Lydia to beat Susan. Not even a chance. All those who though otherwise, time to give your head a good shake

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    Quote Originally Posted by aZn_Popcorn View Post
    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.
    And rectify as well, I hope

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyblue View Post
    (6)NG T/GAO G CAN

    WR 20, most compete in american tournament or challenge tour, lack of experience in international tournament.
    Really? Where did you get this info?

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    Wong Mew Choo vs Elena Johnson (GGY) 21-5, 21-10..
    she will meet Aditi Mutatkar in Quarter Final.. Go WMC!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    It is very disappointing to hear that. Perhaps some immaturity but I hope the Canadian coaches put her in her place for showing such behaviour. She is hardly good enough to display such arrogance. Who does she think she is? Lin Dan?
    Maybe she is Lin Dan in diguise ..... wakakaka.

    Anyway, Michelle Li had just defeated Xing Aiying 23-21, 21-12.

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    Kasyap had just passed the challenge of Kieran Merrillees 21-12, 21-15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eRa@에라 View Post
    Hmm... I double doubt that... she definitely has what it takes to NOT be the weakest link... as abedeng said, Lydia is more like it...

    I actually watched that match... could see who better suited the 'horrible' - WMC or her sad opponent... WMC played good match, not as tough as the team final but definitely not horrible as well... horrible was Karen, I believed... she was sent all around the court and my oh my I nearly flinched over the sight... and mascara on the badminton court ... that's the first time for me ... perhaps I fail to watch many tourneys to miss out such norms (is it not?)

    p/s: Karen with her good look and her way of playing, oh dear...
    Ok I must be wrong. I watched the match. Defeating somebody from Mauritius with such body language is not a good sign. And scorelines do not always tell the corret story.
    As for the term "weakest link" perhaps I should clarify once again - weakest link among the medal probables". Lydia is there, but is counting her for medal.
    (Note to myself, avoid commenting on popular players, especially if the player is WMC)

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    Quote Originally Posted by abedeng View Post
    Maybe she is Lin Dan in diguise ..... wakakaka.

    Anyway, Michelle Li had just defeated Xing Aiying 23-21, 21-12.
    Xing Aiying must be playing really badly these days

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    Sunday, 11 October 2010

    Court 2
    (Starting from 11.30am)
    1. [XD](4)Chan P S/Goh L Y bt PHILLIPS J/HARVEY C WAL 21-11, 21-13
    3. [XD]Koo K K/Chin E H bt (6)NG T/GAO G CAN 21-7, 21-16
    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 bt JOHNSON Elena CGY 21-5, 21-10
    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 bt MUWOWO Juma ZAM 21-9, 21-9
    Court 5(Starting from 11.35am)
    1. [MS](4)Hashim M H bt KARUNATHILAKA K. Lasitha Mena SRI 21-14, 21-13
    4. [MD]Chan P S/Hashim M H bt SMITH R/WARFE G AUS 21-18, 21-12

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    Huang Chia Chi bt Fu Mingtian 21-15, 21-19

    wow... who is Huang Chia Chi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Xing Aiying must be playing really badly these days
    More likely Xing showed too much of her abilities in the team matches, the Canadian coaches had devised ways to defeat her. Good result for Canada, poor one for Singapore. Especially since Singapore had won the Women's Singles title before 8 years ago.

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    The main problem for Wong M C is didn't enough stamina for set 3.
    due to injury, national doctor had urged her to reduce training time.
    not her laziness.
    Now Wong M C had many "hollywood action" which i found her playing just now on TV1.
    She try to use more skill..more brain. toying her opponent
    But this will lead to unforced error

    in China Open many years ago
    her "weapon" is running.running and running
    and also her great net play
    but now her stamina is low
    age also increase
    so she is using more skill
    like drop shot with "hollywood action"

    She still need time to adjust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    Huang Chia Chi bt Fu Mingtian 21-15, 21-19

    wow... who is Huang Chia Chi?
    Australian import player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyblue View Post
    Sunday, 11 October 2010

    [B]4. [MD]Chan P S/Hashim M H bt SMITH R/WARFE G AUS 21-18, 21-12
    Haha, would like to see HH playing MD. He probably takes his position in front of the net and with his towering 6' frame just hammers down any loose shots. Then again, with his "faster than snails" pace, he would also probably miss just as many of those loose shots...hehe..

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