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

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    Kaldau on matchpoint.

    Japs leading Chinese pair 11-4.

    Gail/Donna at 2-2 after winning 1st set.
     
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    WOW...what a comeback by Wong Choong Hann! I just returned back to see the live score and he won 15-13 in the rubber!

    Emms/Kellogg won the first set easily 15-5.

    The Japanese are also closing in, leading 11-4 in the second set.

    Kaldau ensures there's at least a Dane in the semi-final tomorrow. He won 15-5 in the rubber.

    Wong/Chin is up next against another Jap pair
     
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    Pleasant surprise

    Wow, credit to Wong used the right strategy and won 2 close games. Not sure how much gas left in his tank for tomorrow match against Lee Chong Wei? 3 Malaysians in the 5-star MS semi event, first in our history?
     
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    :p 3 Malaysian, Wong Choong Hann, Lee Choong wei & Muhd Hafiz Hasim move to the semi finals ~!

    Malaysai Boleh ~! .... :D
     
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    Kaldau in semis.

    Next M'sians, Wong/Chin vs 2nd Jap pair Akao/Matsuda.
     
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    Most likely All Malaysian finals in the Mens singles.
     
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    Chin/Wong in trouble, 0-5 down.

    1st Jap pair beat the Chinese.
     
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    Chin/Wong 1-7 down. Gail/Donna about to beat their teammates.
     
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    Ogura/Shiota won 15-10 15-5
    Emms/Kellog also won easily 15-5 15-6
    Eriksen/Hansen leads 5-3 in the first set
    Wong/Chin is indeed in trouble...falling behind 1-8 in the first set
     
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    Gail Emms/Donna Kellogg wins 15-5, 15-6.

    MD, Eriksen/Lundgaard at 5-5 against Jap pair.
     
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    The Japanese pairs are on a roll today.
    Ogura/Shiota just won
    Ikeda/Sakamoto now leads 7-5
    Akao/Matsuda still leads 8-3
     
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    Japs continue leading 9-4.
     
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    M'sians reduce gap to 7-10. Eriksen/Lundgaard also trailing Japs 6-11
     
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    Hmm is Park Joo Bong wielding his magic wand today?

    Shintaro/Ikeda extends lead to 11-6 (I have a hunch they can create an upset)
    Akao/Matsuda also leads 10-7
     
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    13-6 now for Ikeda/Sakamoto
    12-7 for Akao/Matsuda
     
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    Both Jap pairs in good shape, 13-6 for MD, 12-7 for WD.
     
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    Chin/Wong lost 7-15. :mad:
     
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    Park Joo Bong's men win 1st set 15-9.:D
     
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    Akao/Matsuda won the first set 15-7 and currently leads 1-0 in the second.
    Ikeda/Sakamoto just won it 15-9
     
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    Chin/Wong has a good start in the second set leading 4-1
    Eriksen/Hansen also storms to a 6-0 lead.
    Both matches could go to 3rd set.
     

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