Asia Badminton Championships - Day 3 - 17-April-2008

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  1. sweetlover

    sweetlover Regular Member

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    won ady aaa???
    fuhhh...
    lege le...:D
     
  2. V3i HoN6

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    It's not that hard really for the error and service part.
    If the opponent are way below class and do not know how to intimidate, then you can cut down every risky low net serve and play safe clear to wait for opponent to make error instead. And most importantly you have the "confident", then the execution will be almost perfect.

    Anyway the name Shinta sound like Japanese. lol
     
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    First major upset of the day: Yanjiao Jiang (Chn) won over Eriko Hirose (Jpn) [4], 21-10, 21-12.
     
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    No. They should be applause for their sportsmanship and courage.
     
  5. Birdwood

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    I think the opponent should let the losing pair win a few points under such circumstances to encourage players of TKM and other countries from quitting baddy altogether. Not sure if or how this has been done by player(s) in the past, but not happening here in ABC :confused:
     
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    TKM for Turkmenistan, and TUR for Turkey.
     
  7. badMania

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    I won't call it an upset :eek: Jiang used to be ranked in the top 4 before she slid down the ranking table.
     
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    Thanks for the correction, I wasn't sure before. We should call it Jiang's resurgence...
     
  9. badMania

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    Jiang Yanjiao won the Denmark Open 2006 and BAC 2007 previously. She was ranked no 6 (not 4, my mistake) this time last year.
     
  10. Dato A

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    Nothing to be proud of it. :(

    Since you have secure the winning in the game, why dont u give some ''encourage points'' to the opponent?

    I personally think that sg pair's perfect winning over Turkmenistan's pair are without sportsmanship. :mad:
     
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    Matches involving Team INA in the evening and night session:

    Mixed Doubles R16
    Nova Widianto/Lilyana Natsir [1] vs Hwang Ji Man/Kim Min Jung -- a tough match for Nova/Butet....hopefully they take this one!

    Hendri Kurniawan Saputra/Li Yujia vs Mohd Rijal/Greysia Polii -- Grace is fresh and they should have a chance of beating SIN no 1's pair.

    Chen Hung-Ling/Chou Chia-Chi vs Flandy Limpele/Vita Marissa [4] -- the first of two possible CT pairs to face in the route to the Final. If they play normally, I think Flandy/Vita should prevail.

    Anggun Nugroho/Endang Nursugianti vs V. Diju/Jwalla Gutta -- Endang will be free to concentrate on XD now as she lost her WD match earlier. Anggun's experience will probably be helpful to beat the unpredictable Indian pair.

    Men's Singles R16
    Chen Jin [4] vs Simon Santoso [4] -- a preview of possible Thomas Cup encounter later next month. Chen Jin to win...but I hope Simon can surprise us.

    Hsieh Yu-Hsin vs Sony Dwi Kuncoro [5] -- shouldn't be too big a problem for Sony to reach yet another QF.

    Women's Doubles R16
    Vita Marissa/Lilyana Natsir [4] vs Aki Akao/Tomomi Matsuda -- stamina might be a factor as both Vita and Butet are involved in an earlier match. A tricky one too..but I think Vita/Butet have an edge.

    Yao Lei/Shinta Mulia Sari vs Jo Novita/Greysia Polii -- likewise for Jo/Grace, they should secure their ticket to Beijing with another QF finish here.

    Men's Doubles R16
    Luluk Hadiyanto/Alvent Yulianto [4] vs Duong Bao Duc/Pham Cao Hieu -- should be a breeze for Luluk/Alvent.

    Shuichi Sakamoto/Shintaro Ikeda [7] vs Nova Widianto/Candra Wijaya -- a huge match for Nova/Candra....but I don't think they can beat Park Joo Bong's mens.

    Hendra A. Gunawan/Joko Riyadi vs Jung Jae Sung/Lee Yong Dae [2] -- another huge match for AG/Joko...and probably another early exit yet again.
     
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    It's ''consolation'' not ''consolidation'':D:D:D

    An expensive rackets can produce good results? Or u just simply look down on the goods that r sold in CARREFOUR and the TKM'S PAIR?:confused:
     
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    Wang Lin made it 2 out of 2 for the Chinese WS as she just edged out Cheng Shao Chieh 21-16, 19-21, 22-20. What a match....
     
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    Lin Wang over Shao Chieh Cheng [5] 21-16 19-21 22-20

    Hmmm.... sadly, the score shows Wang Lin has not improved much recently. Most CHN players would have won more comprehensively.
     
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    common wong mew choo.. score so long.. should be rubber set...
     
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    Lin Wang (Chn) won over Shao Chieh Cheng (Tpe) [5]: 21-16, 19-21, 22-20, in a close match. I refrained from using the word: "upset" this time :)
     
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    wong mew choo vs china wang lin tomorrow...
     
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    I will play you with a racquet from Carrefour and will still give you a run for the money. ;)
     
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    Wong Mew Choo made it home after a tough 19-21, 21-15, 21-16 victory over Porntip Buranaprasertsuk.
     
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    What a tournament.
    First day there was an IRAQIS player disqualified
    And today there is a unbelievable scoreline 21-0, 21-0 for Turkeminstan Lady
    Coming up next ?
     

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