Chinese Taipei Final Result

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  1. double

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    MD: Kim/Ha bt Limpele/Hian 15-4, 15-1

    WD: Ra/Lee bt Lee/Huang 15-9, 15-8

    MS: Wong bt Sony 3-15, 15-7, 15-4
     
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    Wong wins his first (and last) title of 2003.
    Kim/Ha have no peers, except perhaps Choong/Lee :D
    And who is Lee/Huang?
     
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    Lee Hyo Jung/Hwang Yu Mi.
     
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    Look like Wong lose the 1st round intentionally and started playing 'real' in the 2nd round.
     
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    This might not be his last title yet wilfredlgf, he is taking part in China Open soon.

    Anyway, well done to Wong, he deserves at least a title having missed out in Birmingham so narrowly.
     
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    Ah, my apologies. I didn't remember about China Open. But I don't think he missed out that narrowly at all in Birmingham - the way I look at it, if WCH were to slacken by just a bit, he'd lose in straight sets.

    Anyway, good job WCH.
     
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    WS: Mia bt Pi 10-13, 11-2, 11-3

    MX: Kim/Ra won (again:D) 15-7, 15-5
     
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    Don't forget....

    Wong CH won China Open Before... Beating Chen Hong In The Finals....................



    just think of all the chinese challengers in china open... Wong CH made it into the finals and beat Chen Hong.........
     
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    Does he have enough left in him to go that distance in China this time? To be realistic, I don't think so.
    Beating 1 Chinese player is already an achievement, to beat 3 - 4 in a row takes herculean effort. Hope he can turn in a good performance by getting into last 8 or semis.
     
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    Well i hope he will make it to the Finals in China Open! Well done WCH in CT Open.
    We will see how he fare in China open now.
     
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    The defense of kim/Ha is really amazing.
     
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    China will be harder for Wong CH. Theoretically, he could meet Xia who he has never been able to beat.

    Good play Wong :) Didn't I tell you guys it would not be by luck that he wins?;)
     
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    I just don't believe Kim and Ra.:eek:
    Considering their age(28, 27 respectively) and the fact that
    they've been playing two disciplines almost all season long,
    you'd think they would run out of gas at some point, but they just
    keep winning and winning and winning.... they are worse than the energizer bunny!
    Whatever the reason is for Ra's decision to skip China Open,
    I hope she gets some deserved break.
     
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    it will be a tough task.

    but i believe there are only a handful of Chinese player who is capable of beating Wong. many of the entries are 2nd team players who are there to gain experience.

    from the result, Xia may be going through a low period after his injury...
     
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    WONG will meet the the world junior championship ChenJin in the third round of China open.I think it is frist tough match for Wong!Chen jin plays like Baochunlai.
     
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    Women's doubles

    How come there was no Chinese finalists in the Women's doubles? Did Gao/Huang, Yang/Zhang and Wei/Zhao not attend this tournament or were they knocked out in the earlier rounds?

    I can't believe at least one of them didn't make it to the final.
     
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    I hope the Malaysian fans will be more realistic in their expectations on Wong CH, and not to over-pressure him! China Open will be a different ball of game, and we should be proud if Wong could qualify for the semis. Anything more shall be considered as bonus!:)
     
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    Re: Women's doubles

    Team China didn't send any representatitves to play in this tournament.
     
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    I have to agree with whizkelv, lets hope Lee TS and Lee Chong Wei performs as well, but somehow I am apprehensive.
     

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