Asian Badminton Championships: Quarter-Final (31/03)

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  1. **KZ**

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    chen li won 21-18, 21-11 against trupti murgunde
     
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    wang chen bt eriko hirose 17-21, 21-11, 21-18
    jiang yanjiao bt lee yun hwa 21-16, 21-12
     
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    kaori mori bt seo yoon hee 21-19, 21-13
     
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    LCW bt Sapkul 21-13, 21-16
     
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    LCW beat Poompat 21-13 21-16
     
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    any more news coming?????? :)
     
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    I'm going over the causeway to watch tomorrow..
     
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    Park SW bt Sony 16-21,21-19,21-16

    Chen Yu bt Jang YS 21-14,14-21,21-19

    Boonsak bt Simon 15-21, 21-8,21-11
     
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    Park eliminates Sony 16-21, 21-19, 21-16. Park to meet LCW.

    Chen Yu beats Jang 21-14, 14-21, 21-19.
     
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    Thats bad news for Sony. He now has a 0-3 head-to-head record against Park Sung Hwan. What a waste....
     
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    Simon goes down to Boonsak 21-15, 8-21, 11-21. Indon MS challenge eliminated.
     
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    All results in WS are according to expectations.

    WOMEN'S SINGLES SEMI-FINAL
    Wang Chen vs Jiang Yanjiao (MATCH OF THE ROUND) -- not an easy match...and I pick Wang to win.
    Chen Li vs Kaori Mori -- similarly I pick the more experienced Jap to win, although I won't be suprised if it turns out to be an all-China final yet again.

    Both Sony and Simon lost to Park Sung Hwan and Boonsak Ponsana in 3 sets. Not a good omen indeed for Team Indonesia.

    MEN'S SINGLES SEMI-FINAL
    Lee Chong Wei vs Park Sung Hwan -- shouldn't be a problem for the in-form Lee.
    Chen Yu vs Boonsak Ponsana -- expect a tight match and I pick the Thai to win.
     
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    Any results on the man doubles?
     
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    Too early, not yet started. Now running on women's doubles.
     
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    Though LCW advances, Hafiz's form is worrying. Losing to Indon No 3 is definitely not a good new at this juncture of time.
     
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    WOMEN'S SINGLES SEMI-FINAL
    Wang Chen vs Jiang Yanjiao (MATCH OF THE ROUND) -- not an easy match...and I pick Wang to win.


    .. Jiang Yanjiao is defenitely not a good memory for Wang Chen, remember in the last China Games where Wang Chen left the court crying because everbody (the umpire, the linejudges, the crowd ..) was against her !!.

    WANG CHEN YOU MUST TAKE YOUR REVENGE !!!!
     
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    it is sad for both sony and simon... and me too :(
     
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    is there any news about the md games?
     
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    I think Chen li can beat Kaori Mori no doubt.You still underestimate the chinese girl. I think you should konw Chen li is the fifth place in the china nation games last year. The top 8 is JIANG YanJiao, Gong RuiNa,ZHU Lin,WANG Chen, CHEN Li, LU Lan, ZHANG Ning,GONG ZhiChao. At the semi of the game, JIANG beat WANG Chen.
     
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    I certainly don't underestimate them. But I hope they lose :D
     

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