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

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    MAS girls start off with 4-0 lead on opening serve.

    Koo/Chan back at 7-7. Ikeda/Sakamoto hold advantage at 8-2.
     
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    Still level at 7-7 in Ct 1.
    Ikeda/Sakamoto looks good leading 9-2 in the rubber. 6 more pts for an upset.
    Akao/Matsuda levels it 4-4 in the rubber
     
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    Finally, CCM/KKK takes a pt and now leads 8-7.
    Eriksen/Hansen got back a few pts and trials 4-9.
    Akao/Matsuda now leads 8-4 in the rubber. Not a good sign for the Malaysian pair
     
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    Things are looking bad for MAS girls.
     
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    Level again between the Kiwis and CCM/KKK at 8-8.
    Ikeda/Sakamoto nearly clinches it, leading 13-4 now.
    Akao/Matsuda still leads 9-4.
     
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    CCM/KKK leads 9-8
    Hansen/Eriksen got a pt 13-5 now for the Japanese
    Akao/Matsuda is also 1 pt away from victory, leading 14-4 now.
     
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    MAS girls are just too tired, especially Wong.
     
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    The Kiwis are definitely tough to break in the second set, they lead 10-9.
    Fightback by Eriksen/Hansen....8-13.
    Chin/Wong also trails 5-14.
     
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    Chan/Koo are not imposing their game on the Kiwis.
     
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    Match pts for both Japanese pair.
     
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    Ikeda/Sakamoto beat the 1* pair! 15-9 4-15 15-8
    Late fightback by Chin/Wong? They still trail by 6 pts, 8-14 in the rubber.
     
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    Kiwis inching ahead, 12-9 in the second set.
     
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    It's a close game in Ct 1: 12-11 to the Kiwis.
    Change of service back to the Kiwis
     
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    I must say the MAS girls are not giving up easily. They are keeping the Japs on court for very long time.

    As for Chan/Koo, better get a move on.
     
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    Japanese have a good outing today. All three pairs won.
    Meanwhile, its 12-12 in Ct 1. Paaske/Rasmussen is up next in Ct 2 playing against the Polish pair.
     
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    2 more pts for CCM/KKK. They lead 13-12 in the second set.
     
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    Finally, Chan/Koo win 15-12
     
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    Paaske/Rasmussen are Poles apart, 7-0.
     
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    CCM/KKK won 15-12.
     
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    Boe/Mogensen leading MAS pair 7-6.

    Paaske/Rasmussen at 13-3
     

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