2010 Commonwealth Games - Individual Events, Oct 11 to 14

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  1. simonlovers

    simonlovers Regular Member

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    she got first ever Super Series title for Singapore..
    dont be greedy :p
    first WD & WS Title for India...and 2 golds in Badminton CWG :)

    and vpshing support Indonesia (sometime).. so, i support India..:D
     
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    the trio will be surpass by the youngster in 2 years time
     
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    Yes, very true Abedeng............
     
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    congrates for malaysia and india
    winning most of the medal:D
    too bad wmc cant retired with a cwg gold:crying:
    she did her best
    well done to malaysia team:)
     
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    Yes, Singapore's President also 'Nathan' ......
     
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    wah... kkk hatrick... ask him to treat all the bcers man... ;)
     
  7. SibugiChai

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    Nathan or Nanthan?
     
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    It had been an enjoyable Women's Singles final. It was the feature of the day, which saw Saina Nehwal fully deserving of victory, yet shows how well the attributes of the fighting spirit could bridge the talent gap between victor and losing finalist. It was a critical Gold for India too, and England is left in 3rd position overall.

    I would be very sorry to see WMC retire one day. Although her skills are limited and she didn't have many notable achievements, the bar she set to her younger teammates is probably too high for them to achieve for a while.

    It took 2 and a half decades from the retirement of our last
    world class player, Sylvia Ng, before WMC burst into the scene. It might take just as long to find a comparable successor to WMC.
     
  9. abedeng

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    Just checked the tournament stats, the WS match took 72 minutes, that's almost 15 minutes more than their match during the team event final.
     
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    Come on, not all of them are immigrants! Derek Wong Zi Liang was born in Singapore and he is the son of Wong Seng Kiat, the coach of Monfort Sec School.
     
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    Pity wmc again on the stamina issue. She could have nailed it if she didn't let go on the second game. ;)

    Good try. Too bad. No energy again. ;) She could have come in for kill after smashing. Also no punching ability. These should have given her a few valuable points. ;)
     
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    All final matches finished in straight-sets except WS, save the best for last ;)
    Congrats to all medalists :)
     
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    I'm suite desapointed with England's performance...
    They were 6th at last the Sudirman cup......
    While India is only in the second group right ?

    And no win for them in their 3 finals....
     
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    Well, India showed more hunger to win second position overall than England. Although Saina Nehwal won the decisive gold that separates the two teams, it was the victory of Ashwini Ponnappa/Jwala Gutta that made it possible. Had they lost, England would be second based on number of silver medals.

    Nathan Robertson could have performed better to nick one of the two Gold Medal matches he was involved in.
     
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    Yep but for the ranking of medal tally we usually use the number of Gold, then Silver, then Bronze, no matter the overall number of medals..
     
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    Uncle aiyah reverse psychology mah:DNot many people can upset you more than me:pAnd what's the bull about the 2nd or 3rd citizenship thingy LMAO;)The rackets are not in my hands, SIN shuttlers destiny rest on themselves mah, take care of your temper and EQ also, hehe. 4 years later, we will cross sword again.:)
    "what goes around, what comes around" someone said
     
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    Justin Timberlake said "what comes around comes back around" :D
     
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    I think he means the overall table for all sports combined ;)
     
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    ..concur. And for those who didn't get a chance to watch the exciting WS Gold medal match, you can see the last 1.5 of that match here (see last post):
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?89977-2010-Commonwealth-Games-India
     
  20. SibugiChai

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    i wish to see more medals from china & Indonesia in 4 years time..
     

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