Dutch Open 2006: FINALS (12/11)

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  1. taufik-ist

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    i'll support the winner :)
     
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    This could go to 3 sets....but Rian/Eng Hian are leading right now :cool:
     
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    The Djarum pair is leading 11-7 at the interval of the first set :cool:
    The match goes pretty fast...
     
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    Just 1 smash winner so far from the Pelatnas pair as they trailed 11-16:cool:
     
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    Whoa... this guy so good ah?? Well done man! Taniah mat!
    rgds:D
     
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    looking the statistics, less winner than "other" and other is 29 of 36 :eek:
    is it mean "other" just for unforced error or also forced error?
    I guess it's mean both error
     
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    Rian Sukmawan/Eng Hian take the first set 21-15 :mad:
    They completely dominated from the beginning, never allowing the Pelatnas pair to even come close!
     
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    Once again, the Djarum pair establishes an early lead at 5-1.
    The Pelatnas pair seems to have lost their form??
     
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    The Djarum pair is primed to win their second title this year as they lead comfortably 11-6 at the interval of the second set. The Pelatnas pair is not allowed to attack at all!!!
     
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    Again..again..and again...3 times finalists...and all three lost!!

    The second set was a disaster as the Djarum pair strolled to a 21-10 win! So, Rian Sukmawan/Eng Hian end their European tourney with another title in their collection and a possible top 15 ranking by next week. Meanwhile, Hendra A. Gunawan/Joko Riyadi are still waiting for their first GP title :mad:
     
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    they beat bin shen/soon hock very easily yesterday....adn i think they'll do the same today
     
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    I think the INA young pairs always have a problem of facing a pair with experienced player (like Eng Hian).

    This year, Hendra A.G./Joko Riyadi lost a total of 9 times:
    2 times to Albertus Susanto Njoto/Yohan Wiratama Hadikusumo
    1 times each to Choong Tan Fook/Lee Wan Wah, Sudket Prapakamol/Patapol Ngernsrisuk, Zheng Bo/Gong Weijie, Chew Choon Eng/Hong Chieng Hun, Michael Logosz/Robert Mateusiak, Lars Paaske/Jonas Rasmussen, and to Rian Sukmawan/Eng Hian.

    Let's hope they will mature next year....
     
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    much improvement of Eng Hian/Rian
    in early pairing, they lost to some Pelatnas players easily. I thaught they were good combination (Rian tall with hard smash and Eng Hian with tricky ball in the net), but not suitable.
    Some results in this tournament prove me wrong, they showed better and better.
     
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    message from yannie:
    YAYA!:D Rian won.
     
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    It's a good showing from the Indonesians players maybe with excception of Flandy/Vita. Pressure must have got into them. These are the non-main squad players except for the women's single and they managed to grab 3 titles.

    Rani/Endang should have a good future with the height they had. How old are they btw?
     
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    Endang is 23 or 24 y.o and Rani is older than Endang. I just remember Endang was member in INA Junior squad in Guangzhou 2000 (same with Li Wenyan)
     
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    No....

    This is not first international. Sairul was won NZ International. May be better said this is first title in 1 - 6 stars.
     
  18. badMania

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    Rani Mundiasti is 22 yo (born in 4 OCT 1984)
    Endang Nur Sugianti is 23 yo (born in 29 NOV 1983).
    Both are young and very promising indeed.
     
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    Hendra AG/Joko will definitely be in the main squad soon. As for Rani/Endang, they have the potential to be the no 2 pair. Flandy/Vita should be a main team squad, while Devin/Yunita will probably still remain in the second team.
     
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    Err.. u post my sms to u in here.. lmao..
    Happy for Sairul as well :D
    Good dutch open finals :D :D
     

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