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

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  1. badMania

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    The Dane is unstoppable....leading 11-0 now. This one definitely goes to a rubber.
    Chin/Wong also edges ahead 7-2.
     
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    Yeah, both losing pairs are making amends in 2nd set, Chin/Wong leading 7-1, Eriksen/Lundgaard finding their range at 10-0.
     
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    WD topseeds Zhang Dan/Zhang Yawen were given a walkover by Danish pair, possibly because Helle is contesting XD final tomorrow. They will meet Shiota/Ogura tomorrow.
     
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    Chin/Wong extends lead to 10-3, Danes MD leads 12-3.
    Chan/Koo starting their game against Kiwis.
     
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    Chan / Koo's match should be a breeze thru , unless something crazy happen to them.
     
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    Chan/Koo had great start, 8-0
    Chin/Wong leading 12-4. Danish MD at gamepoint.
     
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    Kiwis get 1st pt, 1-10.
    Japs WD trying to get back, 8-12.
    Danes MD still at gamepoint.
     
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    CCM/KKK at game point 14-1
    Both Japanese pairs refuse to give up easily. 4-14 for the men and 9-13 for the ladies.
     
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    Danes md wins 15-4. M'sian girls at gamepoint 14-9. Chan/Koo at 14-3.
     
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    Eriksen/Hansen won the second set 15-4
    CCM/KKK won the first set 15-3 in less than 10 mins :eek:
    Chin/Wong almost won it 14-9 now
     
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    Chan/Koo wins 15-3.
     
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    The Japanese get some crucial pts 13-14 in the second set. The match has been going on for more than 50 mins.
     
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    M'sian girls in bad shape, Japs moving up 13-14
     
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    the gals won 15-13.
     
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    Phew, MAS girls just nick it 15-13.
     
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    CCM/KKK leads 4-2 in the second set
    Ikeda/Sakamoto off to another good start in the third set leading 4-0
    Chin/Wong finally won it 15-13 after a late comeback by the Japanese.
     
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    Ikeda/Sakamoto had new inspiration, leading rubber game 4-0. Chan/Koo given more resistance, 4-2 2nd set.
     
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    Its a lot tougher in the second set for CCM/KKK, with scores at 7-4 for the Kiwis
    The Japanese extends their lead to 6-2.
     
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    Is Koo playing fancy again? Kiwis are leading 7-4:mad:
     
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    CCM/KKK levels it 7-7 in the second set.
    Ikeda/Sakamoto leads 8-2 in the rubber and switch court.
    Chin/Wong has a good start, leading 4-0 in the rubber.
     

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