Dutch Open 2006: QUARTER-FINALS (10/11)

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    Maria seems to play better at the net, with 14 net winners vs 11 for the Chinese.
     
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    Maria lead 13-12 now!
     
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    Maria surges ahead for the first time in the match 13-12.
     
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    Wenyan took back the lead after an error by Maria
    16-15
     
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    Li vs Maria
    13-14
    14-14
    14-15
    15-15
    16-15
    17-15 (dangerous point)
     
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    16-18. Fight Maria.
     
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    17-19.
    Crucial point now.
     
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    3 GPs for Wenyan.
     
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    Maria saved 2 MPs.
    Another one to go.
    Maria lost 16-21 19-21.
     
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    A pity since Maria was playing really well as of late. Ah well.
     
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    Li vs Maria
    18-15
    18-16
    19-16
    19-17
    20-17
    20-18
    20-19
    21-19

    The Chinese player Li Wenyan has won in straight sets 21-17, 21-19. Nevertheless, nice to see the never-die spirit in Maria. She kept her cool even till the end!
     
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    Up next is another tough tie between the Djarum pair Rian Sukmawan/Eng Hian and Rasmus Mangor Andersen/Peter Buur Steffensen.
     
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    wow, these is no hope for INA women. Even their best one lost to a Chinese who trained herself without any sponsorships.
     
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    there are hundreds of players in China better than Li Wenyan, INA may need to import Chinese players to stay in women's competition, sigh
     
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    Tsuen Seng LEE seems in good shape. He is also the best at Denmark Open among all the players here playing the Dutch open. So he's been in good shape for a while. He may take the title this time, just cannot find anyone better :eek: :D :eek:
     
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    Rian Sukmawan/Eng Hian are in fiery form as they completely dominate the game, winning in straight sets 21-14, 21-12. At one stage, they got 12 consecutive points in a row, from leading 15-14 in the first set to winning the first set and leading 6-0 in the second set :eek: They will probably face Tan Bin Shen/Ong Soon Hock tomorrow...definitely a tough match for them!
     
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    Ever heard of off-day? :rolleyes:
    Maria is playing her third week in a row.
     
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    Haha why? Because we Malaysians r the always the noisiest? :p:p:p
     
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    hey, badMania or other experts out there, I got a question for you, is Maria Kristin YULIANTI an ethnic Chinese also? Is Adriyanti FIRDASARI an ethnic Chinese? like Mia?

    Look at the dutch open draw, especially the women singles, there are also all Chinese, except Petra OVERZIER
     
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    haha, Le wenyan is also busy week after week. Nowadays, everybody's busy :cool:
     

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