Djarum Indonesia Open Super Series Premier 2013 - Day 3: Round 32 (12th June)

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  1. scorpion1

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    India or indonesia??? You meant INA? Am i right..
     
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    Yup, Tommy's win is unexpected. This upset along with the defeat of Wang Yi Han, both in the very first round, are BIG upsets of the tournament
    The other major upsets are the defeats of Sung Ji Hyun, Wang Shi Xian and Boe/Mogenson.

    Who ever expected them to lost in R32 ?
     
  3. MelvIndonesia

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    Anneke/Della is better than Suci/Jenna i think...
     
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    Honestly i have a doubt with the pairing feinya/della.....they are not big smasher but like what i saw now they have already a good chemistry together
     
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    when i check my Mobile phone after went back from swimming, the TS shows that Chen Long lost, and i said to my self Ow chen long lost, and then my mind start asking Question To whom? and then i check the TS again WHAT Tommy sugiarto??? how the heck this is happening
     
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    TS fans, please come out and celebrate !!!!!
    Let your hair down.
     
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    If only Lee Chong Wei not participate in this tournament Taufik has a good chance of winning this IO for his farewell... And it could be a happy ending for his career.
     
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    you are dramatic man :p


    the last match maybe finish at 11 pm local time
    not to good for taufik
     
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    We will see if he can get past the young Indian player first.
     
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    Day 3 was a day of huge upsets with M Boe/C Mogensen (S1) and Chen Long (S2) bundled out of the tournament by unseeded opponents.
    Other upsets included the defeats of K Tago (S5), Hu Yun (S6), JOJ (S7) and H Endo/K Hayakawa (S4).
    Somehow the Indonesian Open appears to be a graveyard for the big guys and the underdogs just perform miraculously.
     
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    fixed that part for you :D
     
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    taufik doesn't need to win this tournament. he's already won many times.
    why do you care he wins or not?

    lee chong wei? he'd better win olympic and asian games like taufik.
    hahahahaha.
     
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    Wish this will also happen in other Opens where the outcome is not so predictable.
    Like tennis where the outsiders can beat the top 8 seeds.
     
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    *and WC ;)
    It's just a good send off. A player like Taufik deserves to go out on a win rather than a loss.
     
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    You are not making many friends with post like this and this is your very 1st post.
     
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    Good German girls! :)

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    [TD="bgcolor: transparent"]16-21 21-18 21-9[/TD]
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    Are the matches 3 hours behind schedule?
     
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    Congratulation and well done TS........

    For CL..........he is preparing for WC of course !!
     
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    List of Upsets so far : MS 2. Chen Long lost to Tommy Sugiarto 11-21 18-21 5. Kenichi Tago lost to Alamsyah Yunus 22-24 21-16 17-21 6. Hu Yun lost to Takuma Ueda 13-21 21-12 19-21 7. Jan O. Jorgensen lost to Kazumasa Sakai 16-21 19-21 WS 3. Wang Yihan lost to Yip Pui Yin 21-12 19-21 18-21 5. Ratchanok Inthanon lost to Hera Desi walkover 6. Sung Ji Hyun lost to Belaetrix Manuputty 21-16 16-21 19-21 7. Wang Shixian lost to Busanan Ongbumrungpan 11-21 21-9 19-21 MD 1. Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen lost to Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov 17-21 23-25 4. Hiroyuki Endo/Kenichi Hayakawa lost to Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan 22-20 18-21 18-21 6. Kim Ki Jung/Kim Sa Rang lost to Ricky Karanda Suwardi/Muhammad Ulinnuha 1-4 Retired WD 6. Duanganong Aroonkesorn/Kunchala Voravichitchaikul lost to Anneke Feinya Agustin/Della Destiara Harris 16-21 16-21 XD -
     
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    This makes reading easier :

    List of Upsets so far : Numbers denotes seeding.

    MS
    2. Chen Long lost to Tommy Sugiarto 11-21 18-21
    5. Kenichi Tago lost to Alamsyah Yunus 22-24 21-16 17-21
    6. Hu Yun lost to Takuma Ueda 13-21 21-12 19-21
    7. Jan O. Jorgensen lost to Kazumasa Sakai 16-21 19-21

    WS
    3. Wang Yihan lost to Yip Pui Yin 21-12 19-21 18-21
    5. Ratchanok Inthanon lost to Hera Desi walkover
    6. Sung Ji Hyun lost to Belaetrix Manuputty 21-16 16-21 19-21
    7. Wang Shixian lost to Busanan Ongbumrungpan 11-21 21-9 19-21

    MD
    1. Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen lost to Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov 17-21 23-25
    4. Hiroyuki Endo/Kenichi Hayakawa lost to Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan 22-20 18-21 18-21
    6. Kim Ki Jung/Kim Sa Rang lost to Ricky Karanda Suwardi/Muhammad Ulinnuha 1-4 Retired

    WD
    6. Duanganong Aroonkesorn/Kunchala Voravichitchaikul lost to Anneke Feinya Agustin/Della Destiara Harris 16-21 16-21
     

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