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Chinese Taipei Open 2006: QF Day (23/06)

Discussion in 'Singapore Open / Malaysia Open / Chinese Taipei Op' started by hcyong, Jun 22, 2006.

  1. Morten

    Morten Regular Member

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    Rajiv Ouseph is the upcoming player on englands team. hes born in 1986 and has improved a lot lately. Hes style is kinda european with a flowing relaxing game and a very smooth technique. Actually i played this dude around 2003 when we met the English national team u 17, but he seems to have improved a little since then. :rolleyes:
     
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    LCW leading 18-16.
     
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    Not convincing. Hope he can dominate in the next set.
     
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    Chen Jin has beaten Lee Hyun Il and will meet Lin Dan yet again in the semi-final. Meanwhile, I thought LCW will take the first easily after leading 15-8, however, Boonsak proved to be a fighter and he managed to close the gap to 17-18. At this point, LCW scored 3 consecutive points to win the first set 21-17.

    The Malaysian needs to focus more as he has this tendency to let his opponent close on him after having such a huge lead.
     
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    Now it's 5-2 in the 2nd set.
     
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    It's Boonsak, you know.
     
  7. elwin81

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    Good news for England team. Looking forward to see him play in the future.
    For ENG team, I think Aamir Ghaffar need to improve more.
     
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    I know, he should be more consistent. Having a big lead but let people chased is not very good.

    Anyway, 2nd set......LCW go go go.
     
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    Once again, Boonsak started poorly and allowed LCW to establish a huge lead at 11-3. LCW was simply too dominant with his fast movement and furious smashes.
     
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    LCW leads 14-4, convincing now eh? :p
     
  11. elwin81

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    absolutely, shouldn't be any problem eh..........;)

    Have Chen Hong's match started yet?
     
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    Lee Chong Wei beat Boonsak Ponsana 21-17, 21-8. He was too dominant in the second set, completely in control and attacked Boonsak whenever he had the chance. Boonsak was obviously frustrated and he simply did not have any chance to fight back like in the first set.

    In the next court, Kendrick appears to do well too as he trailed Chen Hong 13-16.
     
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    Lee Chong Wei, the new world number 1 (next week).
     
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    The live telecast will end in 10 mins...its now Gao Ling/Huang Sui vs Kim Min Jung/Hwang Yu Mi
     
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    He only has this tendency to let opponents catch up on him. If he can somehow reduce this tendency, he is indeed a very good player...and I have a feeling he will meet Lin Dan yet again.

    Meanwhile, it's confirmed by the commentator that Zhang Jun/Gao Ling lost to Lee Yong Dae/Hwang Yu Mi. No news about Nova/Butet though...:cool:
     
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    thanks for the update.

    Hope Kendrick can produce something special today.
     
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    Well, why don't have the MD matches?Do you all know the MD started or finish already?Do KKK/CCM and other malaysian pairs have enter the semifinals tomorrow?Please update the result if anyone know.Thanks.I am so happy that LCW is win today,it was to easy for him to win because Boonsan is still unconsistent.I hope he can do well in tomorrow semifinal and even final and grab the world no 1.:) :)
     
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    For you, it's KKK........... :p
    But they should win.
     
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    I think Chen Hong has taken the first set...but Kendrick is still doing quite well, trailing 12-13 in the second set.
     
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    Come on Kendrick, do something special for ur nation and urself !!!
    Singapore, a nation strong and free...............
     

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