2011 Macau Open GPG: Quarter-Finals Fri 02-Dec

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  1. kelana

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    The newbie, Luo SISTERS :) (what a name, what a pair!) failed to make an upset... lost in a razor-thin match

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    [TD]21-9 17-21 22-20[/TD]
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    MD: Bona/Ahsan are trailing Fang./Lee 12-14 in G2 after losing in G1
     
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    Hafiz makes it in straight!

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    [TD]21-14 21-19[/TD]
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    Hafiz Hashim must be in good form; defeating Kenichi Tago [8] 21-14, 21-19 in 43 minutes.
     
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    The Han Li-vs-Chen Xiao Jia match

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    PAWers are all cheering for Han Li (playing against Chen Xiao Jia). :D:D:D

    Game 1
    HL-CXJ: 11-08 (Interval at the 9th minute)
    HL-CXJ: 21-17 (Game over at the 21st minute)
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    PAWers are still cheering for Han Li.

    Game 1
    HL-CXJ: 11-08 (Interval at the 9th minute)
    HL-CXJ: 21-17 (Game over at the 21st minute)

    Game 2
    HL-CXJ: 11-05 (Interval at the 27th minute)
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    how come Bona/Ahsan lost again?
     
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    Han Li, with the maximum of 23 PAW points, has won. :D:D:D

    Game 1
    HL-CXJ: 11-08 (Interval at the 9th minute)
    HL-CXJ: 21-17 (Game over at the 21st minute)

    Game 2
    HL-CXJ: 11-05 (Interval at the 27th minute)
    HL-CXJ: 21-14 (Match over at the 34th minute)
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    Han Li is indeed a force to be reckoned with, CSC, watch out tomorrow.
     
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    Hafiz,a one-title player - the All-England - has taken Tago and me too by surprise. If his present form continues, Taufik will be in for it tomorrow.
     
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    is Lee Hyun Il vs Taufik televised somewhere? Would love to see a replay, hope they are both playing well.
     
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    Sorry, I jumped the gun not realsing Taufik has another hurdle to clear afterwards, Lee Hyun-Il.
     
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    The Taufik Hidayat [3]-vs-Lee Hyun Il [6] match

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    The Taufik Hidayat [3]-vs-Lee Hyun Il [6] match

    Game 1
    TH-LHI: 11-06 (Interval at the 5th minute) :eek::eek::eek:

    TH is sure wanting to finish this match quickly.
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    Wang ZM retired in G2 after being routed 21-6 in G1? Wonder what happened to him, Du PY couldn't have trounced him so badly?!
     
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    lets see, i paw on LHI this time ...
     
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    I don't think so... I am following how the matches are progressing only via TS.
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    I believe that TH can win. ;););)
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    i can not remember Taufik and LHI playing against each other, so i am interest to see how they match. Of course both are old now ...
     
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    Game 1
    TH-LHI: 11-06 (Interval at the 5th minute)
    TH-LHI: 21-12 (Game over at the 15th minute)

    The second 16 points took twice as long to be played.
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    Yes, he can, but i paw LHI. I guess Taufik will be close to winning this but LHI will take over in the end ;-)
     

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