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Discussion in 'Korea Open / Malaysia Open 2012' started by chris-ccc, Jan 2, 2012.
Linda trying to salvage something for the beleaguered INA WS team, pulls even with Tee 12-12
If Linda can win this game, she will win the match. TJY looks so tired. Going for winners. TJY 17-15
Linda Vs Tee 15 - 19...
can Linda be the first INA player to brighten up the day?
Nice touch from TJY. Delicate drop shot that has Linda reaching. Linda pushes long. 19-15
Linda blocks the smash wide. 20-15
TJY drops wide. 20-16
Good early push from Linda into the forehand corner. 20-17
TJY bending over
It's over for INA WS girls already. All 3 were eliminated in the first qualifying round.
TJY smashes down the line and wins 21-17. She was on her last legs.
INA's WS day of misery is complete
Finally Tee won the match in straight game... Bye bye Linda
Tee screams so loud when she won the match
Linda lost to Tee Jing Yi and none of INA shuttlers could step up into next round of qualification, terrible start
Miserable day for INA team, Indeed..
Poor INA lost both their XD matches too. So no INA players will make it from Qualifying
That was 10 years ago. Many would have retired already, but it's great to find HH still playing.
And he is still holding the No.2 MS ranking for Malaysia. IMHO, he has done well.
still enjoying the game... even in that level for long time... respect!... #2 in Malaysia is not bad at all)
That's exactly what I meant - HH is still doing well and is commanding respect from all MAS MS players who are still unable to catch up with him.
Only non-players make fun of him.
Luckily, there is Dato LCW in Malaysia..Therefore HAfiz has LCW as his sparring partner...
Thanks for the link.
I was watching the tough fight between Chou TC (TPE) and S Avihingsanon (THA). Unfortunately your countryman lost by close margins of 19 and 20.
any news from GOH/LIM's latest match?
Oh... Just found out that Olga Konon is participating here.
Good for her.
Unfortunately, she was eliminated in her first match;
Jang Soo Young defeated Olga Konon  21-18, 21-18 in 31 minutes.
They are just coming on court