Denmark Open 2005: Men's Singles, Men's Doubles, and Women's Doubles Quarter-Final

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  1. **KZ**

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    choong hann seeems to be out of steam
     
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    Eric responds, 4-6 now. WCH takes first pts, 2-8.
     
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    no 3 game man.
    2-8 climbing slowly but surely
     
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    Chen is leading 11-3 now and looks set to win the 2nd. Choong Hann will stand little chance if it goes to 3 sets.

    It does increasingly look like its going to be a Hafiz vs Chong Wei final showdown.
     
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    Yeah, WCH is throwing the 2nd set, 3-11 now. Eric running close, 5-6.
     
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    WCH is slow but sure, but CJ is faster and sure:p

    3 sets=more entertainment for the crowd (usually)
     
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    Chen won the second game. Pang-Kaldau 6-6 in the second set...very tight.
    The fast-improving Japanese women pair is leading 5-1 now
     
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    Chen Jin wins 15-3.
     
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    3 games indeed. but nevertheless, WCH!! COME ON!!!
     
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    Pang slowly pulling away....8-6 now.
     
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    Yeah, the Japs are taking advantage of Cai's tiredness. She had little time to recover.
     
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    Kaldau levels again...8-8.....its going to be a long long game if Pang can somehow win this tight second set.

    Ogura/Shiota vs Cai/Qian 6-3
     
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    Pang gets another 2 points.....10-8 now. Still same scoreline in other courts. The third set between Wong and Chen is starting now.
     
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    Chen has a good start...leading 3-0. It looks to be over for Wong.
    Ogura/Shiota leads 7-3
    Pang leads 10-9
     
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    First 2 points for Wong.....2-4
    Kaldau levels it again at 10-10
    Chinese pair catching up....7-7
     
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    Jap now trailing 8-9
    Wong also trails Chen 3-5
    11 all now between Pang and Kaldau
     
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    Chen leads 6-3, Kaldau and Pang at 11 all.

    What is happening to Jap pair?
     
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    Pang inches ahead 13-11
    Jap get 6 points in a row and looks set to clinch the first set 13-9
    Chen still leads Wong 6-4
     
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    Well, Japs regain control 12-9.

    Eric leads 13-11, WCH tries to reduce gap, 4-6.
     
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    Pang wins it 15-11. Another rubber needed.
     

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