2009 AE: Day 4 (Quarter-Finals) Friday March 6

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  1. unixity

    unixity Regular Member

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    Done... in 21-7, 21-17
     
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    Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen show why I pick them as the dark horse. If they can beat Fu Haifeng/Cai Yun today, then, I then they should be looking at the title.
     
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    Same here!
    And, grrrrr... I work Saturdays too :mad:
     
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    finally the danes won... congrat for danes!!
    wht's up with KKK/TBH? injured?
    Come on Devil..do ur best.. we know that ur opponents much better than u (in rank) but upset is possible...:):).hehehe
     
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    Bye2 KKK/TBH...............
     
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    I'm putting my money on the Danes :)
     
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    Congrats to Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen.

    They have been in pretty good form recently.

    Not surprised they managed to win.... but surely it should have been a much closer encounter than this...... in particular the 1st set.
     
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    You're not counting KOR dominating pair (in the making), Sire? :p:D
     
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    that one could be the dark horse :p
     
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    That's just one-half of the dominating duo ;)
     
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    Devin/Lita lost the first set 14-21 as expected.
     
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    Boleh fans have to thank Mr. Villie Lang for his help in keeping the only Malaysian player LCW in this year's AE after quarter finals stage.

    Don't forget to send a get well soon card to Sony.D.K as well... if he wasn't injured, good chance that the entire team of MAS players would have been on a shopping trip tomorrow altogether.;)
     
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    Will China be able to get a clean sweep? Will this be a first in AE history?
     
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    bananakid, firstly, a hearty "Ville Boleh" :D

    Secondly, Sony was in no shape to play in this tournament. His injury was a lot more bothersome than has been let on (who would want to announce it anyway), so if he had decided to play, LCW would have had his way with Sony. So, no, Sony would have been a non-factor.

    Let's not forget LD's path to the final was the easiest of the lot
     
  15. Jagdpanther

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    China, Korea, Denmark, Malaysia, and Indonesia (alright, Russia too).
    Traditional badminton power, indeed.

    Possible. But let's leave one title for other countries. MD is the hardest to predict.
     
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    seems no more upset will happen for the lastmatch...
     
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    Different Class...
    13-4 in 2nd set..:confused::confused:
     
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    yepp. we can see it...
     
  19. Jagdpanther

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    Consolation: 14 + 8 = 22. They virtually steal 1 set.
     
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    ok.. finished all matches for today..
    with some upsets ofcourse.. not an upset for Jutawin for TH (it's reality)...:D:D..
    c u later
     

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