Denmark Open 2005: Mixed Doubles Semi-Final

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  1. badMania

    badMania Regular Member

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    Predicted winners in bold:

    Nathan Robertson/Gail Emms vs Thomas Laybourn/Kamilla Rytter-Juhl
    Koo Kien Keat/Wong Pei Tty vs Lars Paaske/Helle Nielsen
     
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    i have a sneaky feeling we could see an all danish final.. don't ask me why, it's a hunch.. the new pairing of lars and helle seem to be causing problems (as new pairings always do because they're an unknown factor)

    thomad and kamilla are a good pair and might just see off nathan and gail if nathan isn't fully fit (not that we've seen any sign of that tho.. )

    Coops
     
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    Lets go Lars lets go Helle!
     
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    Hmm, they just started the live score feed.

    Mixed doubles in progress, Lars/Helle won 1st set 15-9.

    In the other match, Laybourne/Juhl beat Robertson/Emms 15-1 in 1st set.

    At this pt, all-Denmark final looks likely.
     
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    Come on, Koo/Wong!!
    Turn on the spoilers!!
     
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    Nathan/Gail almost caught up in 2nd game, 6-7. Koo/Wong are running behind, 4-7.
     
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    Nathan/Gail had overtaken Laybourn/Juhl 10-9. Impressive, they were trailing 1-7 at one pt.

    Koo/Wong behind at 8-10.
     
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    Laybourne/Juhl retakes lead 13-10. Lars/Helle leading Koo/Wong 13-9.
     
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    Koo and partner lost. :(
     
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    Lars/Helle beats Koo/Wong 15-9, 15-9.
    Laybourn/Juhl also progress 15-1, 15-11.
     
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    So sad... Koo/Wong lost! :crying: :crying: :crying: :crying: :crying:
     
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    all i can say is

    I TOLD YOU SO!!! :D

    Coops

    how's that for male intuition..
     
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    wow denmark are really impressing in doubles:)
    (women's doubles doesn't really count:p)

    the new.....against the new
     

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