Denmark Open 2005: Men's Doubles

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  1. abedeng

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    So far at q-final stage, we have 2 danish pairs, 1 M'sian, 1 Japanese.

    8 more pairs are battling it out.
     
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    Fairuz/Lin took 1st set against their Dutch open Japanese conquerers 17-16

    Rasmussen/Paaske are closing in on 1st game

    NZ pair took 1st set, leading Eng pair in 2nd set

    The Poles are about to finish of the 3rd Japanese pair
     
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    Is the Malaysian pair Lee-Choong?/?
    What about Chan-Koo? Lost already?
     
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    Choong/Lee lost today, after a 90 minute battle with Mogensen/Boe. Nothing to be ashamed of, the danish pair is a decade younger than them, and taking over from Rasmussen/Paaske & Eriksen/Lundgaard.

    I am more concerned with Fairuz/Lin, can't seem to kill off the Japs. If they win, they'll be meeting Mogensen/Boe.

    Koo/Chan only needed 18 minutes to book q-final spot.
     
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    Yep, the Poles and the Kiwis have booked their spot, Jonas/Lars are about to follow them shortly.

    Fairuz/Lin leading in 2nd game 13-6
     
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    Yes, Fairuz/Lin have redeemed themselves against Ohtsuka/Masuda 17-16, 15-6
     
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    Q-final lineup

    Eriksen/Lundgaard vs Ikeda Sakamoto
    Mogensen/Boe vs Fairuz/Lin
    Chan/Koo vs Gordon/Shirley
    Rasmussen/Paaske vs Mateuziak/Logosz
     
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    lol again....:D
     
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    I guess KKK/CCM will win this
     
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    I guess not. :p

    My guess is that Lars/Jonas will want to prove themselves one last time on home ground. If they have that extra motivation they will win.
     
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    haha, ok.... i watched kkk/ccm train and play from monday - thursday... and i certainly think they have the biggest possibility to win.
     
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    Your prediction had come true, yannie!!
     

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