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Discussion in 'Japan Open / Indonesia GP Gold 2011' started by chris-ccc, Sep 27, 2011.
Ricky/Ulin lead 15-13
Gloria/Khaeriah is chasing 11-12. Savitree/Somsri is "more experience" in international stage.
Ricky/Ulin going to take second game, 17-14
Gloria/Khaeriah 13-13 now!
Vita/Nadya 19-17. 2 more....!
Vita/Nadya on match point 20-17!
[TD="align: right"]Vita MARISSA [/TD]
[TD="align: right"]Nadya MELATI[/TD]
[TD]15-21 21-19 21-17[/TD]
well done Vita/Nadya
Firda knocked out Eriko!!! Wow!!!
Bona/Ahsan just finish their match in only 16 minutes.
ya, very happy with that lets see if she will Yoyo-ing again tomorrow against Nichaon. If no yoyo-ing, she should progress to QF. Quite an open chance for her to cruise until SF.
anyway, photos of Firda when beating Eriko, i think she is wearing the new jersey of INA team
Tomm start early, 9 am. INA time is 1 hour behind Msia right?
that was the fastest game today..
Towi/Lil beat their enemy in 17'
so sad many indonesia young player lose her match
suci/della, gebby/tiara, angga/ryan, ana rovita
Samarinda, where this event being held, in the same time zone with Malaysia.
INA has 3 different zones, WIB (e.g. Jakarta), WITA (e.g. Samarinda), and WIT
wah, I am impressed with ah chan and ah liew.
It is very sad to see SS and SDK of Indonesia eliminated in round 1 of the main draw.
On the other hand it is good to see Liew Darren, Misbun Ramdan MM, Chan Kwong Beng, Mohd Arif AL, Chong Wei Feng and Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin of Malaysia progressing to the 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] round.
The clash between Liew Darren and Misbun Ramdan in the 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] round should be exciting but Liew Darren should prevail unless Misbun Sidek has taught Ramdan some new tricks.
It is doubtful that Mohd Arif AL could get the better of WZM and the same goes for Iskandar ZZ in his clash against TH.
Oooooo, great opportunity for MAS to get into the match-fixing business. No better time for MAS to show they can throw matches with the best of 'em.
This is not a top-notch tournament and these are not top 10 players, so I think match-fixing unlikely and very few people care even if they do. For the players, it is more important to play well and gain real experience in order to beat the top established names in future.
Supposing you throw matches to help your colleague advance and even if he beats Taufik,the best-named player here, it's no big deal as he has been beaten by quite a number of lesser-known players already,eg Darren Liew, Derek Wong.
You should lighten up. It was just a poke at the farce surrounding the recently concluded Japan Open. Notice the smilies.