Copenhagen Masters 2005 Dec 27 - 29th

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  1. belfastnole2

    belfastnole2 Regular Member

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    nathan/gail win 15-12 15-13:)
     
  2. blckknght

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    too bad for Lars and Mette, they were very close. I dont suppose the Danish coaching staff has any plans for them in the future? Well done Nathan and Gail!
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    TOny Gunawan & Howard Bach won .......... they beat Cai / FU 15-12,11-15, 15-4 ........
    Great job .....tony & Howard
     
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    I second to that.
    From what i've seen at the world cup, cai and fu were in the best form i have seen them. They beat sigit and candra in 2 games. Sure like to see the video of this latest fling between cai/fu and gunawan/bach :)
     
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    looks like tight game, Gade took first game 15-13, in 31 mins??
     
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    not so tight anymore. Peter rushing to 7-0 lead :D
    livescore rocks
     
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    Peter Gade bt Bao Chunlai 15-13 15-5

    I am so happy for him :D :p
    Hopefully someone will share the video at some point ....
     
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    A great effort from Gade. He was very good indeed today.
     
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    Peter Gade deserved to win....it's about time Bao added abit more power to his game...maybe he should change his racquet?:D
     
  10. donpedro

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    I will try to download the video, but I am not able to to that for the nearest couple of days. Busy.
    Gade says that up to 9-2 in the second set was the best he had ever played. Not bad for this 29 year old Dane.
     
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    It seems that Tony & Howard Bach has yet failing to capture any title since the WC. :eek:

    Also feeling bad for Bao, Gade just won't mercy to spare him one 1st place title. :rolleyes:
     
  12. blckknght

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    Tony and Howard won didn't they?

     
  13. Inky2000

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    No! They were beaten in the World Cup semi-final by Chandra & Sigit. Cai & Fu was the champion.
     
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    that was true..i think tony told the reporter that him/howard haven't play together after the worldchamp.
     
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    thank you very much!!!
     
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    Tony and Howard were playing greatly however fu hai feng and cai yun were showing great performance. Hope they may have a chance again to play against. It has been an amazing match that i have ever seen.
     
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    tony is a thinking badder. Got cai/fu figured out, explains the game 3 blowout.
     
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    Where's the waist?

    "Gunawan and Bach started like hurricanes. They led 8-0 after only three minutes in the opening match. But the Chinese came closer and getting better
    into the game. The first game, which was won by the Americans 15-12,
    saw a very funny scene; Cai Yun made a service-fault. Faithless he
    walked to the service judge lifted up his shirt and showed where his
    waist is."

    http://www.worldbadminton.net/Portal/desktopdefault.aspx?tabid=10&ItemID=1909
     
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