Bitburger Open 2006: Day 2 (26/10)

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  1. badMania

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    Some interesting matches for today:

    MEN'S SINGLES ROUND OF 32
    Sairul Amar Ayob vs Tommy Sugiarto -- the Malaysian top seed has the experience and edge. I will be surprised if Tommy can beat him :cool:

    Kaspar Oedum vs Wu Yunyong

    Richard Vaughn vs Saman Ismail

    Ronald Susilo vs Chen Long

    Lee Tsuen Tseng vs Ville Lang

    Sagar Chopda vs Kendrick Lee Yen Hui

    MEN'S DOUBLES ROUND OF 16
    Rian Sukmawan/Eng Hian vs Brice Leverdez/Mathieu Lo Ying Ping -- another easy match for Rian/Eng Hian!

    Matthias Boe/Joachim Ficher Nielsen vs Matthew Hughes/Martyn Lewis

    Hendri Kurniawan Saputra/Hendra Wijaya vs Hendra A. Gunawan/Joko Riyadi (MATCH OF THE DAY) -- a huge match for Hendra/Joko! If they can win this one, they have a chance to go all the way!

    Mike Beres/William Milroy vs Roman Spitko/Michael Fuchs

    WOMEN'S SINGLES ROUND OF 16
    Xu Huaiwen vs Adrianti Firdasari -- it's a miracle if Firda can beat the top seed.

    Lin Sen vs Maria Kristin Yulianti -- a tricky match against an unknown Chinese player. I hope Maria can win and progress to the quarter-final!

    WOMEN'S DOUBLES ROUND OF 16
    Rani Mundiasti/Endang Nur Sugianti vs Li Xian/Wang Linling --ditto for Rani/Endang...a tricky match as always against Chinese opponents. Again, I hope they can win!

    Jiang Yanmei/Li Yujia vs Shruti S. Kurian/Jwala P. Gutta -- with the absence of top pairs, Jiang/Li is the clear favorite to take the title!

    MIXED DOUBLES ROUND OF 16
    Robert Mateusiak/Nadiezda Kostiuczyk vs Hendra Wijaya/Jiang Yanmei -- the Singaporean pair could surprise us!

    Devin Lahardi/Yunita Tetty vs Jorrit De Ruiter/Ilse Vaessen -- an easier task for Devin/Yunita, compared to yesterday's. They should progress at least to the semi-final!

    Shi Yang/Chen Zhuo vs Hendri Kurniawan Saputra/Li Yujia -- shouldn't be a problem for the seeded Singaporean pair.

    Mike Beres/Valerie Loker vs Daniel Shirley/Joanna Quay Swee Ling -- the Kiwi/Malaysian pair has been doing pretty well lately. They are a dark-horse for this tournament.
     
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    tommy is leading....
    11-6 first set
     
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    tommy took the 1st set 21-13
     
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    wow, is sairul facing an early upset?
    is there any live scoring for this?
     
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    Yup...just accessed the site and find this suprising but pleasant news :D
     
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    excellent, cheers for that!
    i don't understand why some of the bigger tuornaments don't have better livescores, this one looks brilliant.
     
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    Sairul takes the second set 21-17. Tommy was 19-12 down and staged a late fightback, but, it was too late. Let's see if his stamina can last 3 sets. It will be a tremendous achievement if he can win this one :cool:
     
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    ayub took the 2nd set 21-17
     
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    surely.. he is leading 8-6
     
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    tommy won.............
    hoera!!!!!!
     
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    Tommy Sugiarto has unexpectedly beaten the no 1 seed Sairul Amar Ayob in rubber-sets 21-13, 17-21, 21-18. He now has a chance to progress to the quarter-final!
     
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    I am watching the live-streaming. Tommy looks pretty good with some nice attacking play. Definitely better when I watched him play at the Singapore Satelitte. This bodes well.
     
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    hahaha...do you think he wil replace sonny and simon within a short time ?
     
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    He has a good chance. Nevertheless, it has been a good tournament for him so far! He will play again later tonight in the Round of 16 with a very good chance of entering his first quarter-final or even semi-final in a grand prix event.

    So far, he has lost to Lee Hyun Il, Chen Yu, and Peter Gade in his 3 GP tournaments (Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia Opens).
     
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    Go go Ronald Susilo....:D
     
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    Ronald is playing currently, leading 21-18, 4-2.
    He should win :D
     
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    I certainly hope so...it's about time he started winning some competition....
    1st Set: 21-18 :D
    2nd Set: 14-11 (in progress) :D
     
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    Ronald Susilo has won!
     
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    Devin Lahardi/Yunita Tetty are safely through to the quarter-final after an easy 21-9, 21-9 win over Jorrit De Ruiter/Ilse Vaessen. Their possible opponent tomorrow is also unlikely to pose any problems :cool: The next real test will possibly be against the top seed Robert Mateusiak/Nadiezda Kostiuczyk.
     

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