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Discussion in '2009 Tournaments' started by bh185008, Jun 4, 2009.
Draws file of Australian Open GP 2009,
Australian Open Grand Prix 2009
Australian Open Grand Prix 2009
....too bad Adit have to face Andre so soon...
Maybe we shall see Yippie vs. Febe in the finals! Ultra offensive vs. counterpuncher!
Barring any upset, MS discipline also will stage HKG player vs INA player at finale, Chan Yan Kit vs Andre KT as top-seed and second seed respectively...
tournamentsoftware link of this tournament.
will tickets be sold at the venue on quarter final night? i understand they r $10, is that right?
Get more info by phoning 03-9686-4777 (Melbourne)
It's pre-sold spectator seating only.
You could get more info by phoning 03-9686-4777 (Melbourne). Matt Hill and Andy Chew (of Badminton Victoria) are handling the tickets sale.
ah ic, thanks mate. Looking forward to the finals
pratama is not here?
Adi Pratama or the Pelatnas Pratama players?
If u are talking abt the Pelatnas Pratama players, they have been scheduled to participate in the Domestic Tourneys in Tegal and Surabaya, plus the Astec Indonesia Int Challenge in Jakarta for the next 3 weeks.
not sure about which pratama..but the prataman who won the ajc md title yesterday
Hayom (INA) beat Luke C (AUS) 21-11 21-6 and he will facing Gurusaidatt (IND) at Round 32
Gosh! Early exit for second seed Andre K.Tedjono, he lost to Hongkong player Wong Wing Ki, 21-13 ; 17-21 ; 18-21.
Unexpected exit really for the second-seed
Now, Andreas Adityawarman will have a chance against Wong Wing Ki for a place in the last 8. Alamsyah Yunus should also beat Simon Maunoury, while Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka will have a tough match against the fourth-seed Andrew Smith.
In the WS, both Fransiska Ratnasari and Maria Febe Kusumastuti should at least reach QF. Nana will be tested by the top-seed Yip Pui Yin, while Febe will face either Tse Ying Suet or Nguyen Nhung Le Ngoc in the last 8.
I am very dejected that Andre lost to that HK teenager... The match lasted 59 minutes! With Andre's speed and power, he should have overwhelmed Wong Wing Ki within 30 minutes...
Hayom can beat Andrew... as long as he keeps controlling the game as he should, Andre should be his... Adit can also win against WWK... just bore the HK player to death with his usual boring rallies...
Yup, quite surprise to find out Andre lost this morning. I left after he won 1st set. I thought it's going to be a quick finish for Andre. Skill, speed and power wise, Andre is at least one level above WWK. Should have stayed and watch this exciting match.
Both Adit and WWK are tall and skinny. Would be fun to watch these 2 players fork it out.
AndrewSmith played very well last night. He was toying with the the NZL player. Hayom will have to play his best. Hope Hayom will find a lot inspiration to 'crush' a player who likes wearing bright pink color shirt on court.
But I think, overall, some players (especially IND and MAS) might be affected by the freezing condition inside the hall, especially late at night. Yesterday was a good example of the famous Melbourne 4 season weather, bright and sunny in the afternoon. Rain a bit later. Then turning cold to freezing into the night.
Well Done to Organizers
Before I forget, job well done to the organizer. This is definitely unexpected. They have transformed a pretty dark and congested hall into ....errrr......WOW!!! Hall is bright and shuttle hitting sound is very acoutic. This is what I call a REAL badminton hall. Nice.
I feel like taking my rackets there and have a few hits after the tournament finishes on Sunday, before they start turning it back into norm.
Luke is from NZ not AUS.
Lets hope Jeff Tho and Joe Wu can step it up a notch and play brilliantly through to the Quarters.
Wait a minute, that's not our Luke ...
Are these matches being Televised?:crying:
Free to air...Foxtel....