2011 Malaysia Open GP Gold: Day 4 (Quarterfinal) Friday 06-May

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  1. chris-ccc

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    Game 1
    KKK/TBH-HE/KH: 15-21

    Game 2
    KKK/TBH-HE/KH: 21-14 (At the 29th minute)

    Game 3
    KKK/TBH-HE/KH: 16-14 (At the 46th minute)
    KKK/TBH-HE/KH: 17-17 (HE/KH are back again)
    KKK/TBH-HE/KH: 19-17
    KKK/TBH-HE/KH: 21-17(Match over at the 51st minute)
     
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    whoa... close call... rtm not full match lah... that machine can now overtake dvd player already. Considered obsolete. ;)
     
  3. eaglehelang

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    Tomm Ah Koo & Ah Tan will vs the Dutch pair. Who is Bosch/Ridder?
     
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    saw half of the match when having my supper at mamak stall
    lol
    in 2nd set,kkk did a few deceptive shot which have a great angle

    but still,many error
     
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    m very happy that saina nehwal won the match today....:D:D:D
    even though i predicted that wang lin is going to win this in PAW game....
     
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    Bosch/Ridder beat Boe/Mogensen at the Swiss Open R32.
     
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    If I am not wrong, I think all PAWers picked on Wang Lin to win. :eek::eek::eek:
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    INA pairs are infamous for throwing away huge leads. Look at Bona/Ahsan and AG/Alvent's matches today. Sigh.....this problem is forever haunting INA MD, WD, or XD pairs.
     
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    Phew...Hendra A. Gunawan/Alvent Yulianto Chandra eventually beat last week's India SS winner Hirokatsu Hashimoto/Noriyasu Hirata 21-15, 17-21, 22-20. The INA pair saved 2 match pts, despite throwing away a 15-10 lead at the third-set. They will face Cho Gun Woo/Kwon Yi Goo for a place in the Final.
     
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    Btw, is Bona or Ahsan injured/sick? Weird that they lost in straight sets to unknown Dutch pair
     
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    NTM beat SDK by default 21-18, 5-1, as the latter retired. Was it due to his back injury resurfacing? I dare venture to say that SDK at this stage won’t be able to beat NTM even if it was a full match. NTM will next meet BCL and it’s 50:50 for one of them to win to go to the final.

    CPS/GLY (6) upset SP/ST (1) 25-27, 21-17, 21-14. This is a belated birthday gift for CPS and it is good for Malaysia for a change.
    Sho Sasaki (11) caused another upset by beating PSH (6) 12-21, 21-8, 21-16. I think he is now the best Japanese MS player. He is dangerous, has the stamina to last 3 games and winning at that.
    Other upsets are the loss of JYJ (3) to SJH (7) and MA/BS (3) to Ruud Bosch/Koen Ridder (U) who will be up against KKK/TBH in the SF. SN should beat SJH and meet WX in the final.
     
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    18 points :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
     
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    Those who wanna watch, RTM 1 showing delayed QF now. Currently is LCW vs Brice
     
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    This is unfair to INA pairs. Koo/Tan are no 1 in throwing away huge leads!
     
  15. limsy

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    i tot it was hafiz who lost when leading 20-9?haha
     
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    Really? when? haha
     
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    hmm
    2006 doha asian games i believe
    not quite remember
     
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    Correct, against Lee Hyun-il in the individual event I think.. He was leading 19-9 but eventually lost 20-22.. lol
     

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