Denmark Open 2006: Day 2 (01/11)

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  1. ehooh14

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    yes,
    now mas won the 2 set
     
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    TBS/OSH drag the match to rubber set!
     
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    Rian Sukmawan/Eng Hian have progressed to the next round where they are expected to meet the Chinese young pair Shen Ye/He Hanbin. They have beaten Ross Smith/Glenn Warfe 21-14, 21-19.

    Meanwhile, Tan Bin Shen/Ong Soon Hock have levelled it at one set a piece. The third set is currently underway and Hendri/Hendra have a slim 6-5 lead. Will this be the start of a revival of the Malaysian pair's career?
     
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    aiksss,TBS/OSH lost the 3rd game 18-21.
     
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    Expected...given the fact that they have been MIA for so long.

    Hendri/Hendra now have a good chance of reaching the semi-finals, with possible matches against Mathias Boe/Joachim Fischer Nielsen and Anthony Clark/Robert Blair.
     
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    Where can i see it live anyone tell me please
     
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    now is playing women single?
     
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    Do your homework and read the posts!
     
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    Fransisca Ratnasari has taken the first set 21-15. Go Nana!
     
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    Nana is down 3-11 at the interval of the second set :eek:
     
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    :eek: :eek: :eek: is this the lowest so far? :D c'mon Nana! :D
     
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    The Chinese player has taken the second set very easily at 21-7 :cool:

    It's still tight at the moment, with scores at 6-6 in the rubber set.
     
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    is the Chinese player Guo Xin? :) jia you Guo Xin :D
     
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    nana is going to lost.. no turning back....
    :(
     
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    seems Nana will lose for sure
     
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    Oh my....the unknown Chinese player Guo Xin has won in 3 sets.

    It's indeed a waste of money sending Nana to play in the Denmark Open and losing in the first round :mad: I think Maria Kristin is playing better than her at the moment!
     
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    :D well done Guo Xin too :D jia you :D
     
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    dunno what happen with her... is she really a national player?
    of INDONESIA?
    what a curse....
     
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    Fransisca wasn't only national player but best WS INA player on Hendrawan's view. I noticed she always have chosen 1st priority in important moment like Sudirman Cup, Asian Games or WC.

    Don't ever under estimate for lower ranking WS CHN players. Too much good player in there and waiting be sent to International tournament.
     

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