Denmark Open 2006: Day 2 (01/11)

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  1. **KZ**

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    21-7 WCH wins 2nd....yes!!!! congrats
     
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    I think someone earlier said that WCH will loose, well WCH is still very good.
     
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    Fransiska's loss is not unpredictable. I think everytime I read a news about her in ANY tournament, she always lose. Best is like third round. The only notable win is during Sudirman Cup against Tine Rasmussen (She is a complete newbie then). If they meet again, I doubt she will beat Rasmussen. Honestly, they way she play does not give any commanding presence at all. She has definitely not lived up to her reputation as no: 1 INA player. I have never watched Maria played, so I can't really comment on her style. Currently I see a player and a pair that have hit the ceiling. One is Fransiska and the other is Luluk/Alvent. Good think Maria can save INA's face.

    Anybody knows how old Maria is? I'm guessing something like 19?
     
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    maria kristin is older then fransisca i supposed.
     
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    No way, Jose. WCH never lose to Kaldau. WCH is several levels above.

    How many players other than China team members has won China open?
    WCH might be the ONLY ONE!
    Everyone knows China players are the best in the world, while Wong CH, he is the one better than the best
     
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    Oh really? She looks pretty young to me.
     
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    Kaldau is not an easy player, that's something for WCH! way to go!

    Good job for PG too!
     
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    The top seed Gail Emms/Donna Kellogg have beaten the scratch pairing of Vita Marissa/Yunita Tetty in straight sets 21-13, 21-15.

    In the other match, Rani Mundiasti/Endang Nur Sugianti are leading 21-16, 12-8 against Joanna Quay Swee Ling/Lim Pek Siah.
     
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    A great start for sure. More to come, WCH! ;)
     
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    Rani Mundiasti/Endang Nur Sugianti have won the match 21-16, 21-16 and will meet Ekatarina Ananina/Anastasia Russkhikh tomorrow for a place in the QF.
     
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    A good start by the no 2 seed, Jo Novita/Gresya Polii as they took the first set 21-11.
     
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    Jo Novita/Gresya Polii won with ease 21-11, 21-14. Up next is an Indian pair who has troubled Jiang Yanmei/Li Yujia last week. It won't be an easy match tomorrow :cool:
     
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    We need WCH back!!! LCW alone cannot shoulder all as Hafiz and KBH still not there yet.

    Roslin is also still quite strong, plus his recent stint in Denmark training with some of the best players in the world can only do him good.
     
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    yeah, go WCH, boleh! :D and PG as well :D
     
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    Rexy: is NOT in Aarhus...
    Fransiska: quite down after her loss...
    Rian/Eng Hian: Interesting pair!!!
    TBS/OSH: So sad they lost... arghhh... hopefully TBS can still win XD tomorrow!!! (keep my fingers crossed)
     
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    thanks yannie.
    keep us update.

    How is WCH, look very sharp on court?
    How about KJ?
     
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    Maria is 21 y.o., Firda & Fransisca are 20.

    Looking pic on Bitburger, Maria isn't much different with I saw her in Sudirman 2003, she looked younger than her age.
     
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    After a long lay-off, WCH must be feeling fresh and eager. It is good to start with playing the 'minnows of badminton' and winning - with two wins, it gives him confidence to deal with PG. Let us hope he will be mean and not give up easy.
     
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    How nice if WCH did not injured himself in Thomas Cup. The 3rd single should be Malaysia's in Semi-final.
     
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    and it will be Mas vs. Chn in final...:)
     

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