Aviva Open Singapore 2004 Results

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  1. Loh

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    Round 1

    The 5-star Singapore Open was most unfortunate to see a number of last-minute withdrawals of some of the big names in badminton. It was bad enough when Lin Dan and Sony Kuncoro and some of the Korean big guns did not participate, neither did local hero, Ronald Susilso and Li Li. But when Taufik Hidayat, Gong Ruina and Roslin Hashim, pulled out at the eleventh hour, the tournament could not afford to lose any more of the big names.

    So, it was a happy day for the Singapore Open when all but one of the big names failed to move to Round 2. The following are the results of the selected matches:

    Men's Singles

    Peter Gade (Den) bt Sho Sasaki (Jpn) 15-2, 15-2
    P Gopichand (Ind) bt Pei Wei Chung (Mas) 15-8, 15-5
    Anders Boesen (Den) bt Aaron Tan Wai Kiat (Sin) 15-4,15-1
    Yohan Hadikusuma Wiratama (Hkg) bt Lu Jun (Sin) 15-1, 15-3
    Dicky Palyama (Hol) bt Fu Zhi Hui (Sin) 15-5, 15-5
    Lee Chong Wei (Mas) be Wong Zi Liang, Derek (Sin) 15-3, 15-3
    Augus Hriyanto (Hkg) bt Lee Tsuen Seng (Mas) 15-4, 15-10
    Hafiz Hashim (Mas) bt Huang Chao (Sin) 15-0, 15-3
    Boonsak Ponsana (Tha) bt Sainul Amar Ayob (Mas) 15-2, 15-7
    Wong Choong Hann (Mas) bt Chew Swee Hau (Sin) 15-2, 15-1
    Marleve Mainaky (Ina) bt Jamaes Chua (Mas) 6-15, 15-7, 15-7
    Chen Hong bt Chon Kien Ling (Mas) 15-2, 15-1
    Shoji Sato (Jpn) bt Lim Chen Wei (Mas) 15-7, 15-7
    Michael Christensen (Den) bt Martyn Lewis (Wal) 15-1, 15-1
    Jang Young Soo (Kor) bt Jan Vondra (Cze) 15-3, 15-5
    Andrew Smith (Eng) bt Raymond Steven (Mas) 15-4, 15-4
    Ng Wei (Hkg) bt Abhinn Shyam Gupta (Ind) 15-0, 15-13
    Chen Yu bt Joachim Persson (Den) 15-6, 15-12
    Hu Yun (Chn) bt Stuart Brehaut (Aus) 15-6, 15-6
    Kenneth Johnassen (Den) bt Yousuke Nakanishi (Jpn) 11-15, 15-2, 15-1

    Women's Singles

    Xing Aiying (Sin) bt Anita Raj Kaur (Mas) 11-4, 11-1
    Yao Jie (Hol) bt Camilla Sorensen (Den) 11-0, 11-2
    Zhou Mi (Chn) bt Aparna Popat (Ind) 11-1, 11-0
    Kelly Morgan (Wal) bt Liu Fan (Sin) 11-4, 11-5
    Kaori Mori (Jpn) bt Tatiana Vattier (Fra) 11-2, 11-3
    Tracey Hallam (Eng) bt Shinta Mulya Sari (Sin) 11-6, 11-9
    *Tine Rasmussen (Den) bt Wang Chen (Hkg) 11-9, 11-0
    Pi Hongyang (Fra) bt Kim Mi Young (Kor) 11-2, 11-2
    Chen Li (Chn) bt Salakjit Ponsana (Tha) 5-11, 11-7, 13-11
    Xu Huaiwen (Ger) bt Woon Sze Mei (Mas) 11-1, 11-9
    Lee Yun Hwa (Kor) bt Kellie Lucas (Aus) 11-0, 11-1
    Zhang Ning (Chn) bt Li Wang Youn (Kor) 11-4, 11-1

    Other results not available at press time, except the following writeup.

    Yestersday's Round 1's most shocking result as reported in "Streats":

    November 18, 2004

    Hendri, Li steal show

    Singapore unseeded mixed doubles team scalp World No 2 Chinese pair

    By Gary Lim

    HE was sacked by the Singapore Badminton Association (SBA) earlier this year for being unfit.

    Last month, Hendri Kurniawan Supatra, 23, and his brother Hendra Wijaya, 19, were given a second chance to prove their worth.

    Yesterday, the Indonesia-born Hendri repaid the SBA's faith when he partnered Li Yujia to score the biggest upset in the opening round of the Aviva Open Singapore 2004.

    The unseeded mixed doubles pair (above) played the match of their lives to defeat China's world No 2 Zhao Tingting and Chen Qiqiu 15-9, 7-15, 17-16 in an energy-sapping battle that lasted 69 minutes.

    They will take on the English pairing of Anthony Clark and Donna Kellogg in the second round.

    Said Li: "We were under no pressure because our opponents were stronger and more experienced. We were thinking of learning from them.

    "The win was unexpected, but we are not overconfident. We will take one match at a time."

    The action on Court Four at the Singapore Indoor Stadium was as tight as the scoreline suggested.

    The controversy off the court added spice to the match.

    At 16-16 in the rubber set, Hendri went for the kill with a forehand smash.

    The shuttle cock appeared to skim the line, and the line judge ruled it in, much to the chagrin of the Chinese players.

    They promptly protested to the umpire, but he upheld the line judge's decision.

    The incensed Chinese players and officials stormed off the court, and declined to comment after the match.

    SBA technical director Zheng Qingjin preferred to downplay the incident.

    He said: "I was sitting in the stands, so I didn't have a good view of where that shot landed. It certainly looked like it was very close.

    "I don't want to discuss the call, but these things happen in badminton all the time."

    Zheng was more keen to praise the duo's spirit against their world-class opponents.

    He said: "Hendri just resumed his pairing with Li a few weeks after returning from Indonesia, so the performance was really heartening.

    "What impressed me most was the fact that they never gave up, despite trailing 7-13 in the final set.

    "In matches like these, the mental strength of the players will determine the result and I'm really happy that they fought till the end to earn their win."

    SBA executive director Jacqueline Lim was also delighted with the win.

    She said: "The boys realised that they lost a golden opportunity when they were sent back.

    "They have come to terms with that and they told us they want to come back to play badminton.

    "They will be on probation and have until February to pass their fitness tests.

    "But Hendri and Li played an exceptionally good match today, and we are pleasantly surprised."

    It also helped that Hendri and Li, 21, have played together before. So it did not take much time for the pair to gel.

    Last year in September, they won the mixed doubles title at the Singapore Pools Asian Satellite tournament. One month later, they helped themselves to the India Satellite 2003 title.

    If they can maintain their form, this won't be the last that one will hear of them.
     
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    it's certainly a little upsetting that chen/zhao lost. but reconsidering it, it's not THAT shocking. i've noticed that this pair can become complacent when they are playing a little ahead of their opponents. i think that is something they need to be on guard against in the future.
     
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    Peter Gade has beaten Gopichand 15-10 15-3 in just 34 minutes:cool: ...He'll play team mate, Anders Boesenin the third round tmr..
     
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    ROUND 2

    Men's singles

    CHEN Hong (CHN) bt LAW Yew Thien (MAS) 15-4, 15-4
    WONG Choong Hann (MAS) bt PARK Sung Hwan (KOR)2-15, 15-9, 15-10
    CHRISTENSEN Michael (DEN) bt SAMEON Salim (MAS) 15-6, 15-3
    HARIYANTO Agus (HKG) bt JANG Young Soo (KOR) 8-15, 15-11, 15-13
    SATO Shoji (JPN) bt KHRISHNAN Yogendran (MAS) 15-12, 2-15, 15-6
    HASHIM Muhd Hafiz (MAS) bt POLSANA Boonsak (THA) 17-16, 15-7
    BAO Chunlai (CHN) bt SMITH Andrew (ENG) 15-7, 7-15, 15-4
    LEE Chong Wei (MAS) bt YEOH Kay Bin (MAS) 15-1, 15-10
    KUAN Beng Hong (MAS) bt ENDO Hiroyuki (JPN) 15-3, 15-2
    GADE Peter (DEN) bt GOPICHAND Pullela (IND) 15-10, 15-3
    BOESEN Anders (DEN) bt WIRATAMA Yohan Hadikusum (HKG) 15-6, 15-6

    Mixed doubles
    ERIKSEN Jens/ SCHJOLDAGER Mette(DEN) bt NUGROHO Anggun/ YUNITA Tetty (INA) 15-8, 13-15, 15-4
    BLAIR Robert/ MUNT Natalie (ENG) bt MOHD. TAZARI/ OOI (MAS) 15-10, 8-15, 15-2
    SAPUTRA Hendri/ LI Yu Jia(SIN) bt CLARK Anthony/ KELLOGG Donna(ENG) 17-14, 9-15, 15-6
    KIM Yong Hyun/ LEE Hyo Jung(KOR) bt BOE Mathias/ NIELSEN Helle(DEN) 15-14, 15-12
    KOO Kien Keat/ WONG Pei Tty (MAS) bt MOGENSEN Carsten/ OLSEN Rikke 15-11, 15-9
    ROBERTSON Nathan/ EMMS Gail (ENG) bt HWANG Ji Man/ LEE Yun Hwa (KOR) 15-7, 15-13
    ZHANG Jun/ GAO Ling (CHN) bt DJOHAN Erwin/ NEO Yu Yan (SIN) 15-8, 15-2
    WIDIANTO Nova/ NATSIR Lilyana (INA) bt PRAPAKAMOL Sudket/ THUNGTHONGKAM Saralee (THA) 15-8, 15-4

    right now, CHEN Yu is playing Simon SANTOSO and is one game behind him.
     
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    chen yu wins. 4-15, 15-6, 15-12. :)
     
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    sigit/wijaya just won 15-0, 15-5 in 17 mins!!!!
     
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    cai yun/fu haifeng are trailing 6-11 in the third game against an unknown pair (MAS). i can't believe how this can happen. unbelievable! what's wrong with them?
     
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    all is lost for the chinese pair.

    jonas/lars move on to round 2 after beating MAS pair 15-3, 14-17, 15-3
     
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    Cai/Fu lost

    What happened to both of them in their recent appearance? They lost to newcpmers in both the China and Singapore Oen, unabelieavable? Anyone watched the match live?
     
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    what happened to cai yun and fu hai feng??? they lost in early rounds again!
     
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    jonassen beat hu yun-15-5,15-9

    lars and jonas win too

    good jobs danish players!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
     
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    omg!!!!!!!!

    malaysian pair LIN WOON FUI&MOHD TAZARI MOHD FAIRUZIZUA has beaten CAI and FU by three sets-------15-13,1-15,15-6

    :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:

    malaysian pairs keep up the work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
     
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    They lost to a very good pair u know..
     
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    but it's just too shocking...the malaysia's pair are back up squad:eek:

    nway its goog though...hehehe another good pair coming up!!
     
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    another malaysian pair won!!!!!!!

    chan and koo has beaten hughes&lewis---15-7,15-4!!!!!!!!!!

    COME ON MALAYSIA!!!!!!!!!
    :p
     
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    haha.............BOE and MOGENSEN has just won!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    well done.................. :D :p ;) :)
     
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    i regret to say, i've not the fortune of hearing their names before.

    the other two chinese doublles pair are not doing at all well, unfortunately as well. i;m afraid chinese MD are sinking back to the old days.
     
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    Do you guys think beng hong will win tonight????
     
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    Ya i knew that most of u guys never heard them before but i think that there
    are really good...
     
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    Another chinese pair losing on the cards?????????
     

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