All England Results

Discussion in 'German Open / All England / Swiss Open 2005' started by seven, Mar 8, 2005.

  1. jamesd20

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    8-4 up now.

    Overconfidence and toying with his opponent is Lin's weakness. However it stops his rivals seeing his playing weaknesses, because if you play your best every time then people can see your weaknesses, and learn to combat them.

    14-12 to WCH against CY

    Chen hong through 11&10

    Archer/Clark lost 2nd set to swedes!

    Sato losing:(
     
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    Yeah, WCH won the first game..15-13
     
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    Ooo..Lin Dan only leading by 1 point..8-7
     
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    nice work Oedum..some months ago he quited the national training and concentrated on his study.
     
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    Lin Dan probably screwing around and not playing seriously. i saw he did that to Boesen once. this guy needs to learn his lesson... definitely deserves a big whack in the head by Li YB.
     
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    that's true..im not the only person who watches his previous matches;)

    WCH takes first set 15-13..blair and robertson come back and take the second set from 6-3 down...

    mm..sato's marathon first day comes to a rather quick end..LD is 12-7 up, should be able to wrap it up:)

    sigit and chandra are up agaisnt a french pair...mm..wonder how quick these guys will take seeing as its getting close to bed time:D
     
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    mmm..he can screw around on his serve if he wants, so as not to give too many points away....but don't screw on the opponents seve:mad:
     
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    I think and hope that Gade will teach little Lin Dan a lesson if they are going to meet in a rematch. Lin needs some sportsmanship, but Oedum is not unknown, he has before troubled great players into three sets. Almost a player like Saurul from Malaysia
     
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    Wong CH beat Chen Yu. At one point, he was losing 10-6 in the second, but apparently he stormed back to win 15-10 to advance to the third round.

    It has been a very good day for Malaysia. Barring any upsets later in the night/early morning, only Lee TS went out, and event that went down fighting against Peter Gade. There is no need for a 6-month probation. For me, I think he has shown his commitment and determination.

    I was checking on the XD event and only just realised that Koo/Wong did not participate. But actually, they don't have to. Qualifying for the World Champs is not a problem for them at all.
     
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    A very good day for Japan as well. Hirose was troubled but still advanced. Yu Hirayama defeated Chen Li, making a further statement for the Japanese ladies. But the outstanding player must be Shoji Sato. Defeating both Boonsak and Kenneth on the same day, and both are supposedly on form, is a great feat that even the topmost players will be proud of.
     
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    About 15 mins to midnight now, and the last match is being played. At the same time, an exciting battle between Bach/Gunawan and Kidho/Setiawan. They are tied 1-1, the score being 15-13, 13-15, the Indons drawing first blood.
     
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    Howard and Tony won the last game by 15-5. Well done.
     
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    any chance, this telecast is available to US

    by any means, is this telecast available in the US. I mean either thru live feed on the web, or thru some PPV on dish ??

    If not it might be a good business for someone in their respective countries to provide live feed of the matches and charge some fee.
     
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    wow, Tony and Howard were able to survive their match in 3 sets. Their next match against Candra/Sigit should be a pretty good one; ex- teammates playing against one another.
    Win or lose, they'll have some needed experience playing in big tournaments in their preparation for the WC, esp. for Howard Bach.
     
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    with all due respects to Bach, but imho, it would be an awesome sight if the 4th person is Halim instead. ah. the good old days...
     
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    Like THE 2001 AE final? :)

    -Sean
     
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    yes. that was an awesome match. :)
     
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    Yes, I consider this is the best MD match ever. :)
     
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    Too bad, Kenneth Jonasson lost. Now that he is gone, i see a quarterfinal matchup between WCH and Hafiz Hashim. I hope WCH does not delibarately lost to Hafiz Hashim, due to the latter's low ranking. Ok i could be wrong, we shall see ;)
     
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    Though they are still rather young (21 or so), they are the new french national champions and they are a good pair for future...
    Apparently they didn't manage too badly only losing 15-10 15-3 to the great Candra&Sigit!! :)
     

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