Denmark Open 2004 results

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  1. Bresis

    Bresis Regular Member

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    Any1 watching the matches live??
    From the livescore, I gathered Lin Dan and Sony won their matches in straight sets.
     
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    Luo Yigang (CHN) lost to Fangel Kasper (DEN) 4-15 11-15

    Luo Yigang is still playing?? :eek: My gosh..I tot he retired already..he should be quite old by now
     
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    how about the others matches results?
    did u know??????? :confused:
     
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    The livescore is showing the current MS games..u can go check it out :)
     
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    Xia Xuanze just beat Rasmus Wengberg of Sweden 15/2, 15/10. The resultservice from this tournament is very bad. They say that they will update the results one time a day, so if you don't catch the result on the livescore you will have to wait until the day is over. Let's hope that they will do better later in the tournament

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    What happen to Peter Rasmussen ?? seems he's withdraw........ :confused:
     
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    probably still feeling the pain from his US open injury
     
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    Peter Rasmussen is out. It is the injury from the US Open.

    The results are now in the pdf file on the official website.

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    Why many world's top players are Absent?

    I was looking at the Denmark Open MS Draw and was disappointed to discover that many of the world's top players were not represented.

    Conspiciously absent were the stars from Malaysia and South Korea and even Olympic Champion,Taufik Hidayat, was not there, though Indonesia was represented by Olympic Bronze Medalist, Soni Kuncoro and Simon Santoso.

    Thankfully, the World No. 1, Lin Dan and the ever-popular, Xia Xuanze and Denmark's own star shuttlers, particularly Peter Gade and company, were there to grace the occasion.

    I wonder what could be the real reasons and if I'm not wrong, last year's Denmark Open seemed to attract a more illustrious crowd.

    Malaysia's case was reported in The Star yesterday that the BAM had imposed a 2-month suspension on national players from competing in international tournaments for failing to win a medal for the second consecutive time in the Olympics. Our own top shuttler, Ronald Susilo, had to remain at home to nurse some minor injuries and to prepare for the Aviva Singapore Open.

    Could the main reason be that the top players are looking at the more attractive tournaments around the corner, in Asia? ;) I hope so, otherwise the year will end with a limp when we should be expecting high-flying sparks and excitement all over.
     
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    Your right.
    The tournament is not as strong at last year.
    Last year there was a lot of playings who was chasing point for the Olympics.

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    I seem to remember from another thread that he is a coach for the Junior chinese team, and enters a few of the tournaments himself for a bit of fun. I think he reached the 3round/quarter final (not sure which) of a tournament (french open i think) too.

    I like it, its shows he still loves to play and keeps himself in shape. Either that or proof that he didnt train hard enough as a 1st team member!! (j/k) :D
     
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    Come on Nick Kidd, you can beat XIA! 12-10 at the moment

    also Peter Gade won 15-6 in first game,
    Lin won after cruising the first then dipping at the start of the second,
    Soni won after a close first then a much quicker second,
    Kenneth also won his easy 15-2 15-1
     
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    OMG, Xia is trailing!!! Lin also gave me a scare when he was trailing 1-8 agasint the Toru guy....
     
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    Nick took the first 15-12, xia took the second 15-3, id imagine Nick is probably physically gone or Xia has started putting his backside into it ;)

    Gade lost the second 8-15 to Ayob Sairul Amar (mas) and is now leading the third 3-0
     
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    Gade and XXZ finally win their respective games in rubber sets after 1 hour :mad:
     
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    Pi Hongyan wins Mie Schjott Kristensen (DEN) 11-0 11-3 :D
     
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    Boesen won

    Anders Boesen beat Sony Dwi Kuncoro 11-15, 15-13 and 15-1

    Apparently, Boesen was down 13-7 in the second set, but then took over completely.

    Very close I must say, but an impressive win for Boesen.
     
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    Boesen won? Thats good for him.
     
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    15-1 in the third set? :confused:

    whoa! :eek: what happened to the olympic bronze medalist?

    im not taking anything away from Boesen but 15-1 in the rubber might mean that sony was injured.
     
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    No Kuncoro was not injured.

    But maybe not a surprise. As far as i remember is it the third time i a row that Boesen has beaten Kuncoro.

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