Denmark Open 2004 results

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  1. Amateur

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    great! I did not miss it. Thks for your info!
     
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    dammit, yao took the second set 11-8

    COME ON XIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    yes!

    xie won 11-9, 8-11, 11-7!!!

    congrats!!

    it was a great game. both played beautifully.
     
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    wow, LD and XXZ seem to have a fierce competition , based on
    the livescore.
     
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    definitley!! 12-11 in the first set to lin. Only Xia has had a lead of three (Once) otherwise they have been within a point of each other.

    This should be a good game, Lin dan should want to make it faster paced, but longer overall game, Xia should be looking to play more attacking, to finish the points sooner.

    would like to watch this game. My vote goes to Lin because although Xia is more experienced and skilled, lins' speed, fitness should pull through. I rate their mental strength and spirit as about even. They both have something to prove.

    I love them both, I dont know who to cheer?!

    Come on JR/Lars in the MD!! :D
     
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    Me too...hehehe..i like them both...I think JR/Lars can win without much trouble against the young indonesians..:)
     
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    What a game!

    Lin took 1st 15-12

    2nd: I thought it was slipping away from Xia when Lin went 8-6 up after Xia was winning most of the first game, but Xia went 10-9 up, now it is 11-11, and my scorecard has stopped working after 1h!
     
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    What a match!!! :eek:
    current world no. 1 vs current world champ..... a match not to be missed

    anyway Lin Dan won.... 15-12, 15-11 :D
     
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    Lin wins in 1h 6min 15-12 15-11

    Both of them make good comebacks, Lin winning the tournament and Xia Beating gade. I was actually surprised at Xia beating gade in the Semi, but well done to him.

    (Am still cheering for JR in the MD!!)
     
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    Chinadoll, are you watching it live? Is it on TV? Which station? Or on an internet live stream?
     
  11. Bresis

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    Someone must be injured..oh no..hope it's not XXZ..injuries has been plaguing him since last year..

    p/s sorry..my livescore ended at 11-11..so i tot it's a w/o again
     
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    yah i watching it live on singapore cable tv
    i saw yesterday matches too.... Xuanze vs Peter Gade.... good match :D
     
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    Dont have that channel here :mad: :mad: :mad: :crying: :crying:
     
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    Well sky has just finished its coverage with the ladies and gents singles in the 3 hour slot, what happened to the gents doubles?

    I wish they allocated more time to the badminton, only one of the singles went all the way to a third game.

    Oh well, some is better than none!
     
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    I'm sure she is watching from Singapore, not China. That is if she doesn't retire early.

    I enjoyed both the WS and MS. Both were played at a very high standard although in the latter match, Xia wasn't able to capitalise on his earlier lead and let Lin Dan attack him relentlessly without reply towards the latter part of the second game. Therefore Xia lost the match in straight games but certainly acquitted himself well despite his loss.

    Camilla Martin was the darling of the evening, resplendent in her light pale long-sleeve shirt and blue jeans, her shoulder-length blonde hair shining brightly. Short video clips of her past victories and matches, notably the one which she won the silver medal at the Sydney Olympics 2000, were shown. She was interviewed by Thomas Lund, another great Danish player of the recent past, and her pretty face was captured by the camera showing her in different happy moods closeup, watching her own images.

    She certainly deserved the standing ovation by the appreciative spectators, the bouquet of flowers and a giant size 4-photo portrait of her done in 'psychedelic' media.

    And as I write, JR & Lars had just beaten their young, unseeded Indonesian opponents of Setiawan & Kido in straight games to clain their first Denmark Open title. Congrats JR and Lars! And congrats too to our Indonesian pair for reaching this far! :)
     
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    Is there any1 captured this footage? Impressive and unforgetable moment for Camila. Farewell Camila, as we will not see you on the international courts anymore :(

    Loh, you forgot to mention JR's flying kiss to his supporters, esp. BF members watching his match :D
     
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    Hmm... doesn't look much like an MP99 to me. ;)
     
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    Lin Dan switched to AT700. And Bao Chunlai switched to MP99.
     
  20. Dill

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    You could always move to Denmark and play at the same club she does, you'll see her all the time.
     

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