2011 Korea Open PSS: Day 3 Round of 16 (Thursday 27-Jan)

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    2011 Korea Open PSS: Day 3 Round of 16 (Thursday 27-Jan)

    Few would have expected Wong Mew Choo to defeat Liu Xin yesterday, in the Round of 32. But WMC won 21-18, 21-15 in 37 minutes.

    WMC will be facing the No.1 seed, Wang Xin, today.

    Can WMC win again today?
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    2011 Korea Open PSS: The Simon Santoso-vs-Rajiv Ouseph match

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    Yesterday, Simon Santoso also showed good form to defeat the No.7 seed, Boonsak Ponsana, 21-16, 21-14 in 44 minutes.

    SS will be facing unseeded Rajiv Ouseph today. It looks like SS can move into the Quarter-Finals.
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    2011 Korea Open PSS: The Lee Chong Wei-vs-Park Sung Hwan match

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    I think the Lee Chong Wei-vs-Park Sung Hwan match would be interesting.

    Why? As explained by jasonmarc;
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    Back luck for PSH!!
     
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    Why 'back' luck for PSH?; or do you mean 'bad' luck?
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    2011 Korea Open PSS: Matches played between same countrymen/countrywomen

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    There will be a few matches played between same countrymen/countrywomen in the Singles events today (Round of 16);

    * KOR: Bae Youn Joo[8]-vs-Sung Ji Hyun
    * CHN: Wang Yihan[3]-vs-Lu Lan
    * CHN: Chen Jin[5]-vs-Wang Zhengming(Q)
    * CHN: Bao Chunlai[8]-vs-Du Pengyu

    Will there be match-fixing in any of these matches? :p:p:p
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    Yes, I think WMC is starting doing better lately.
    But, to defeat #1 seeded, Wang Xin, its little bit difficult.
    She has to have great strategy and keep focusing on her game...!
    Good luck for WMC :D :D
     
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    INA : Towi/Butet vs Fran/Pia.
    I pick Towi/Butet.
    H2H is 2-0 for Towi/Butet.

    Macau GPG 2010 :
    Towi/Butet def Fran/Pia 21-13 21-11.

    INA GPG 2010 :
    Towi/Butet def Fran/Pia 21-11 25-23.

    But lately Towi/Butet dont play their 100% game.
     
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    Fran/Pia ain't much better either....:eek: In AG they almost beat HH/MJ...in MO, good battle in 1st set, self destruct in 2nd....
     
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    Will anyone be surprised if Wang beats Chen Jin or Du beats Bao? Unless CJ wants his ranking badly.

    Wang Yi Han wont let anything get in her way.
     
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    I have a feeling that WZM will win over CJ and by entering to QTR final, WZM does not need any qualification,,,he wil be ranked inside top 30
     
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    hahaha...just posted at the same time....
     
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    The Towi/Butet-vs-Fran/Pia match

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    If our PAW Game has the Towi/Butet-vs-Fran/Pia match, I would have PAWed for Towi/Butet. I think they can win. But my guesses are usually only 50% correct. :eek::eek::eek:
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    Our huangkwokhau has answered your Mens' question. :):):)

    For Wang Yihan's match, I think she should defeat Lu Lan easily today. Why? Lu Lan has been inactive for quite a few months now. Lu Lan almost lost her 2nd game to qualifier Ayane Kurihara yesterday.
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    on paper, simon is very likely to enter QF, but rajiv has the potential to injure players like he did last year.
     
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    will KKK/TBH able to exert revenge from their 1st round defeat in MAS SS last week? BAM is impatient with them already.
     
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    the match between chen long & tago will be very interesting. a battle between youngsters.
     
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    2011 Korea Open PSS: The Chen Long[4]-vs-Kenichi Tago match

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    A few people think that this Chen Long[4]-vs-Kenichi Tago match could be won by KT. Anyway, both of them needed to play 3-games matches yesterday (Round of 32). If their match today is to go to another 3 games, surely the winner will be tired for the Quarter-Finals.
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    Indeed... among the youngsters, these two players are the most outstanding... I pick CL to seal the win in tight straight games
     
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    Where is our Korean BCer, event?

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    Anyone know where is our Korean BCer, event? :confused::confused::confused:

    Just hoping to get some reports from court-side. ;););)
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