Aviva Open Singapore 2004 Results

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  1. mirrura

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    It kinda reminds me of the 2004 Thomas Cup where Flandi Limpele - Eng Hian defeated Koo Kien Keat and his another partner in a very, very close match, and it was the moment when KKK became quite "famous".

    This time, with the victory on the Malaysia's side, I guess KKK must be real pleased because he has taken revenge on them :D

    Anymore results?? ;)
     
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    That is true but beng hong will win if he could play to his true form..he has amazing speed...
     
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    Another Malaysian pair made it to last 8 - Lin/Fairuzizuan who sent Cai/Fu packing in the opening round.
    However, the other younger pair of Tan/Ong lost to their Korean junior peer in rubber set. Pretty close in the third set 17-16.
     
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    Looks like the Malaysian younger players are finally making their mark. It is about time as the seniors are gettting too old.

    Ron
     
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    Wow. Yap Kim Hock's boys are on fire. Ong and Tan narrowly lost 17-16 in the final set against Korea. Otherwise there would be three Malaysian pair sin the last eight. Defending Thomas Cup champion, China has none.
     
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    Cheah Soon Kit's girls are even more fiery.. :D :D
     
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    yup,agree
    well done for him
     
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    i watched the match between fu haifeng and the malaysians.... i think fu is really irriitated by their serves and keep telling the service judge to check for faults... He is sooooo irritated that he imitated their server ( for fun ) !! I think they were on their worst...Their attack could not seem to break thru the malaysian's defence...but can see fu haifeng jump super high..very impressive thou...but still got returned by the malaysians..
     
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    wow, you mean he copied their serves just to make fun of the Malaysians? Aww...funny though by the way you wrote it :D

    Which means the Malaysians won it with their own effort. Really impressed!!
     
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    Hahaaa...knowing Kien Keat, he'll be jumping for joy after having his revenge n beating the indonesian pair...he's sure improving VERY fast...:cool: completely different player from the time he was with the state team only... KEEP IT UP MAN!!
     
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    So miserable for china double players.
    From XD-CHEN/ZHAO, to MD-CAI/FU, ZHENG/SANG, and now is WD-WEI/ZHAN.
    I can't believe what hanppened!Something must be wrong!
     
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    Most shocking result of the day: Chin/Wong bt Wei/Zhao
    Runners-up: the defeat of Cai/Fu and Sang/Zheng
    Most exciting match of the day: Ng Wei bt Shoji Sato (Sato was applauded loudly after the match)
    Revelations of the day: Young Malaysian and Korean men's doubles players
    Biggest thrashings of the day: Candra/Sigit bt Tan/Au (Mas) 2 and 0, Yao Jie bt Chen Lanting 0 and 0.
    Cutest lady of the day: Zhou Mi
     
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    indeed..sigit/wijaya won in 11 minutes!!... that totals 28 mins in 2 matches..very very fast!!
     
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    That seems to be a problem with the Malaysian players. They can perform well at small to medium level tournament but when it comes to the big ones - the olympic games and world championships, nothing.

    Not to be-little their acheivment in the Singapore/China opens but winning/doing well in these tournaments mearly serve to raise expectation of more to come in the important tournaments.

    In the past 10 years only Wong Choong Han and Cheah Soon Kit/Yap Kim Hock have reached a final of something big. That's a poor record for a nation that considers itself a giant in world badminton.

    Still having said that I am glad to see that the Malaysians doubles are doing well and I wish them all the best in this tournament.
     
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    Don't forget the 'late' pair of Choong and Lee :)
     
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    No la...He did it only once..not really serving but when he was about to return the shuttle to them la..but the malaysians doen't seemed to care....
     
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    Feedback on Aviva Open Singapore e-news/results

    Hi Guys

    Are you happy with the LIVE SCOREs and other internet info provided by the Aviva Open Singapore?

    I'm sure you're relieved as I am to be able to following the proceedings live and keep track of your favourite player and team. Remember we had some problems with the China Open but since Singapore is basically an English-speaking nation, much of the language obstacles are non-existent.

    As with all things, improvement can be made and if you can think of some suggestions, do make them here so that I can relay them back to Aviva.

    For our overseas friend, do continue to enjoy the coverage. Tomorrow morning, quite a number of us will converge first at the Bedok Sports Hall for badminton Fun Games. Incidentally, the 2 courts we had were all sponsored by the S'pore Sports Council. We only need to bring ourselves and our badminton gear, plus shuttles. Wished you are with us! :)
     
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    hey Loh,

    pretty much satisfied with the live scoreboard. except that the page failed to refresh a couple of times in the middle of the day, and pressing F5 didn't help. otherwise, very neatly presented. might i suggest that each completed match be placed right at the top of the list; and not slotted randomly between other completed matches that were played awhile ago.

    hope i'm not being too fussy :)
     
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    The live score provided by the Aviva Open is good. Well i hope all of you guys enjoy yourself at the FUN GAMES! :)
     

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