AG2006 - Dec 6 - Individual Events Day 2

Discussion in 'Asian Games 2006 - Badminton' started by 2cents, Dec 5, 2006.

  1. badMania

    badMania Regular Member

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    Sigh...Simon is still inconsistent. He lost easily to Ng Wei in straight sets 18-21, 13-21. Ng Wei even had a 10-1 lead in the second set :eek:
     
  2. Baderz_Jas

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    QF- MEN'S SINGLES
    LIN DAN (CHN) vs NG WEI (HKG)
    MUHAMMAD HAFIZ HASHIM (MAS) vs LEE HYUN ILL (KOR)- The Korean is doing well, he prepared well :rolleyes: lol :D
    TAUFIK HIDAYAT (INA) vs BAO CHUNLAI (CHN)- I don't think TH will have enough to beat BCL :rolleyes:
    LEE CHONG WEI (MAS) vs BOONSAK PONSANA (THA)
     
  3. DoublesPlayer

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    Agree with you, but I have a feeling that TH will win, it would be a tight match if TH fights all-out. BCL has been very consistent, but TH must win.

    Hopefully this match will be on-air, and someone would record it. :)

     
  4. DoublesPlayer

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    They should've played Sony instead, poor Sony, he's been there idle as he was the third single in the team event.

    I think Simon's career won't last for too long.

     
  5. Ethan

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    any live stream guys ?
     
  6. wonger47

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    i would also like to know...lol...cctv5 isnt open
     
  7. hcpoirot

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    @indra, your dream for Indonesia to win 4 gold already out!

    In WS, both Nana and Firda lost today.

    Nana lost to ZN. (we already predicted it)

    But Firda lost to Lee Yun Hwa who she beat in team event is really sad.
     
  8. Joel_y

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    I agree with you, except that Lee HI will almost surely beat Hafiz...So I modified the prediction to:
     
  9. hcpoirot

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    For TH, I wonder what excused he can give right now?

    In R16 now he face Park Sung Hwan.

    Now the score is 21-18, (THwin) 19-21 (he lost) and 3 set lead 10-7.

    Really strage considering TH had a day off yesterday and PSH had to fight three sets against CJ yesterday.

    If TH win today, I wonder how about tomorrow match with possibly BCL?
     
  10. bananaboy

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    I wonder what Indra was thinking when he read what you wrote here...:p
     
  11. hcpoirot

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    Mean while Lee Yun Hwa managed to play three set with WMC and she lead the last set 6-4.

    Maybe the KOrean girls got motivated after seeing the boys fight in final against China.
     
  12. hcpoirot

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    TH-PSH 12-10

    Who will had more energy left? TH or PSH?

    Indra probably praying really hard now :D
     
  13. madbad

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    Park is givng TH all he can handle. Close 3rd game so far. As for Simon, well... say no more, steamrolled by Ng Wei. :rolleyes:
     
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    Naw, He's working on his next prediction i bet;)
     
  15. hcpoirot

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    What a tense moment! (For TH fans)

    After reaching 14-11, PSH managed to catch 2 points to 14-13 for TH.
     
  16. DoublesPlayer

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    A tight game for TH, but he should win.

    TH's chance against BCL tomorrow - if he wins today - is 49 - 51 for BCL, but I hope he would win, well, he will have to beat PSH first today, although he's strugling to close the game with a win.

     
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    16-15 for TH. Nail biters moment guys!

    And now PSH lead 17-16! Will this be a suprising moment?
     
  18. madbad

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    Also of note, Xing of SIN too out Mori (JAP) rather comfortably and the 2 scratch MAS XD pairs have moved into the QF.

    TH 15-13 Park
    Hwang 11-9 WMC
     
  19. hcpoirot

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    TH lead back 18-17! He really need to close the match fast!
     
  20. kaylee

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    come on PSH, we want to see an upset! :D :D :D
     

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