Denmark Open 2006: Day 3 (02/11)

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  1. Baderz_Jas

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    ohhh :( :) :D I thought Wang Lin would win, but I was wrong :( :eek: :p
     
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    PHY wins 2nd game 23-21 :)
     
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    Plus maybe Rani/Endang if they win their match later on :cool:
     
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    Blair/Clark lost first set 16-21 to Wales pair. What???

    After sensational achievement in WC2006, this English pair results in other events so far were mediocre.

    But its the toughest part for every players or pairs: to mantain their consistency play.

    Only a few players and pairs can do that this year mantaining their level of play.
     
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    Jonas Rasmussen/Lars Paaske won 21-19, 21-11 :)
     
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    PHY leading 11-7 in third game
     
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    PHY leading in 3rd set 16-14
     
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    Jens Eriksen/Martin Lundgaard won 21-14, 21-10 :)
     
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    PHY 20-19 in 3rd set :) go PHY, finish it
     
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    :eek: :eek: :eek: PHY lost to Anu Nieminen 16-21, 23-21, 20-22 :eek: :eek: :eek: an upset :eek:
     
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    Another upset Anu won in 3 sets.

    Lately PHY didn't play very well. Looks like Lu Lan will ease into final with ease.
     
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    Blair/Clark won 16-21, 21-13, 21-5 :eek: :D
     
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    Clark/Blair win the match against Wales pair in 3 set.
     
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    Lin/Mohd Tazari won 1st game 21-19 :)
     
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    now they'd won the match..wondering no one update the 2nd n 3rd match though..the score were very exciting in the 2nd match!! congrats to them!! so happy that they'd made it!! hooRAY!!
     
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    I'm suprised no-one has updated :eek: :confused: :D well done to Lin/Mohd Tazari, they lost 2nd game 25-27 :eek: :D they are playing He Hanbin/Shen Ye of China tomorrow :)
     
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    Yeah...

    So happy Lin Woon Fui and Fairuz finally won!!! Omg we were rooting for them!!! *ha
    AND WCH simply hasn't recovered fully yet. Sad.

    www.badzine.info (article from today)
     
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    support Lin Woon Fui/Fairuz
     
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    Rani Mundiasti/Endang Nur Sugianti have also progressed to the QF after beating Ekatarina Ananina/Anastasia Russkikh 23-21, 21-15. They will meet Lena Frier-Kristensen/Kamilla Rytter-Juhl in the QF.
     
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    An excuse given by Hendrawan:

    "Skuad Asian Games sudah ditetapkan dan tidak akan ada perubahan," tandas Hendrawan. Penampilan Fransisca dan Adriyanti, menurutnya, sebenarnya tidak kalah dari Maria. Mereka kalah karena lawan yang dihadapi lebih berat.

    It's clear that he favors Firda and Nana compared to Maria. Looking at the draw for next week Dutch Open, it's likely that Maria will be also the one who will progress further. She will yet again meet Rachel Van Cutsen (whom she had beaten this week) in the first round and then the winner between Anna Rice and Perrine Lebuhanic in the second round. I put my money on Maria to enter the quarter-final and another rendevous with Xu Huaiwen.

    Nana will play a qualifier again in the first round, then either Huang Chia-Chi or Ella Karachkova in the second round. Firda will play Luiz Tania in the first round, then either Anu Nieminen or Pi Hongyan in the second round.
     

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