Denmark Open 2006: Day 3 (02/11)

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  1. badMania

    badMania Regular Member

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    Firda vs Yao (rubber set)
    11-17
    11-18
    11-19
    11-20
    12-20
    12-21

    A total collapse in the closing stages...and Firda has lost to Yao Jie 21-18, 18-21, 12-21. She should have taken the second set.
     
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    What next?.... Dang, this tourney is not really biting
     
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    Susilo lost because he pulled his hamstrings luckily for him it was only a minor injury and he should recover in a few days:)
     
  4. Dreamzz

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    it won't start to get really interesting until the tomorrow at least.
    the best game on offer tonight has to be WCH vs PG.
    it's really because of the absence of the major CHN/KOR/INA/MAS players ...
     
  5. taufik-ist

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    wa... wang lin lost 1st set 19:21 :)
     
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    did CCTV5 showing live
     
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    anyone tell me pls
     
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    the live score is freezing :(
     
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    yeh mine also freezing
     
  10. agNEZone

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    hahaha...im the one who read this score also like having a heart attack. this is way better than reading the result in the newspaper...
     
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    it's been frozen for such a long time
     
  12. taufik-ist

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    egrrhhhh ...... frozen :(
     
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    live score is back.....
     
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    Indonesian WD ( Polii) will meet Chinese WD in quater
     
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    live score is back and results are updated.
     
  16. badMania

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    More bad news...

    In MD, Hendri Kurniawan Saputra/Hendra Wijaya have lost in straight sets to Mathias Boe/Joachim Fischer-Nielsen 13-21, 8-21.

    The Djarum pair Rian Sukmawan/Eng Hian also lost in rubber sets to the Chinese young pair of Shen Ye/He Hanbin 19-21, 21-16, 13-21.

    Thankfully, in WD, the no 2 seed Jo Novita/Gresya Polii have beaten Jwalla Gutta/Shruti Kurien 21-18, 21-14 and will meet Pan Pan/Tian Qing in the QF tomorrow. It's gonna be a tough match as always against the Chinese pairs.
     
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    woah, LTS leading against roslin ...
    21-16 and now 9-12 ...
     
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    Wacha and KJ is very tight in rubber set now. so exciting.........
     
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    I think Roslin and LTS like to play long rallies and their match time is significantly longer than others......in 2nd set already more than half an hour. Still not finish yet........ :D
     
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    KJ and wacha now at 21-21 in the 3rd set!
     

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