2010 Canadian Open Finals - July 18th

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  1. kuwichert

    kuwichert Regular Member

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    c'mon girls, finish the game and let the boys out for the show!
     
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    21-10, it's over,
    Taufik go go go now,
     
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    So will our friend, Brice get his title today?
     
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    Come on Brice !
     
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    5-0 solid start Brice
     
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    10-11 at interval
     
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    Well, congratz for Zhu Lin for her first title at 2010 at her first international tournament. Amazing!

    And it is time for Brice to make an upser since Taufik performances kinda shaky.

    Go Brice go!
     
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    Taufik leading 18-12...
     
  9. lcleing

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    Our friend Brice done some nice saves there.
     
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    Just keep Taufik working Brice.
     
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    Brice's smashes are so armless :(
     
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    lmao brice got rocked :rolleyes:
     
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    Congrates taufik and zhu lin..
     
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    Fang Chieh-Min/Lee Sheng-Mu won their 3rd titles in a row and they could make it 4 at the US Open. They are fast becoming a credible dark horse for the WC this year.
     
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    any TS link for CAN Open plsss
     
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    It's great to see Singapore's scratch pair of Hendri Kurniawan Saputra/Chayut Triyachart managing to beat #1 seed Howard Bach/Tony Gunawan of USA narrowly in the SF 21-15, 20-22, 21-17 although they also lost to Howard/Tony's Singapore Open victors Fang Chieh Min & Lee Shuen Mu of Taipeh in the final in straights games of 21-16 each .
     

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