Dutch Open results

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  1. seawell

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    Thomas LAYBOURN / Kamilla RYTTER JUHL 15-7 15-6Eric PANG / YAO Jie

    Peter STEFFENSEN /Lena FRIER KRISTIANSEN 8-15 17-15 15-13 Ingo KINDERVATER /Kathrin PIOTROWSKI

    Michael LAMP / Pernille HARDER 2-15 15-6 17-15 Jesper LARSEN /Anastasia RUSSKIKH

    Women's Singles
    XU Huaiwen 11-1 11-2 Brenda BEENHAKKER


    PI Hongyan :) 11-6 11-1 Ragna INGOLFSDOTTIR


    Judith MEULENDIJKS 11-0 11-9 Elizabeth CANN
     
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    Hi,
    more important (at least for me):
    Marc ZWIEBLER - Dicky PALYAMA 15-8 15-12

    Zwiebler is in good shape right now, winning against German No.2 Jens Roch (WR 41) and Dicky Palyama (WR 19). By The way, his World Ranking is currently 112. Maybe Jonassen/Kaldau is next.
    :rolleyes:

    MFG
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    Fischer Nielsen/Larsen beat Logosz/Mateusiak 15-12 15-11

    Tony Gunawan and Howard Back are through easily 15-10 15-3 against Claes/Mawet...

    Kenneth Jonassen is leading 12-5 against Niels Kaldau and Pernille Harder/Helle Nielsen seem to be having an easy job against Carola (Kournikova?) Bott/Karin Schnaase 10-2 in the first game...
     
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    Tony & HOward are meeting the pair they beat in the US OPen recently 2 straight sets. Hopefully they will repeat the same performance and go all the way. G O T O N Y G O H O W A R D !!!!!!
     
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    if both of them are <a target="_blank" href="http://searchmiracle.com/text/search.php?qq=Health">health</a>y, I believe they will win the Dutch Open's Men's Double title(as this is a 1 star tournament like the US Open). The big test will come next week, when they <a target="_blank" href="http://searchmiracle.com/text/search.php?qq=Travel">travel</a> to Denmark for the Denmark Open. Will they have enough energy and gas left in the tank?? Are they <a target="_blank" href="http://searchmiracle.com/text/search.php?qq=Travel">travel</a>ing to Germany in 2 more weeks for the German Open??..And when they come back to the U.S., will they be <a target="_blank" href="http://searchmiracle.com/text/search.php?qq=Health">health</a>y and fortunate without any injury. I know Tony wants to qualify to play for the World Championship next year..Let's hope for the best..
     
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    Thomas LAYBOURN ï¼Kamilla RYTTER JUHL 15-12 11-15 15-5
    Michael LAMPï¼ Pernille HARDER
    Peter STEFFENSEN ï¼ Lena FRIER KRISTIANSEN 15-3 15-6
    Simon MOLLYHUS ï¼Karina SORENSEN
    Women's Singles
    YAO Jie 11-13 11-1 11-3 XU Huaiwen

    PI Hongyan :D 13-11 11-5 2 Judith MEULENDIJKS
     
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    MARC ZWEIBLER!

    Does anyone have any information about his performance at the tournament. I was very impressed to see that he is continuing to produce results after winning the European Junior Championship.

    Congrats MARC!
     
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    go Thomas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Thomas will be playing with Peter Steffensen against TonyG and HowardB in the MD.

    and then Thomas will face Peter in the mixed final!

    make us proud Thomas, take home the gold!
     
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    Yeah, the 2nd one! :D
     
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    Tony Gunawan All The Way!!
     
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    pi hongyan 2:0 yao jie! :D
     
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    Congratulations Tony & Howard !!!!!
    Go have some rest coz the real test will come next week at the Denmark Open, 5 star event !!!! We all hope you will do well as well to prove yourself that your partnership is someone they will have to deal with if not fear to.
     
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    was watching MD finals with a friend. he pointed out to me that most of the US points came when Tony served and that Bach's service was easier to tap and often put him and his partner in compromising positions.

    but they won anyway :)
     
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    these 2 arent in the same level that's why
     
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    but im sure Bach would like to think otherwise :D

    at least he's bringing something to the table when he's at the back :)
    and at least he's a lot better than that Malaythong guy i saw him pertnering in the Thomas cup
     
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    my statement still hold tho.
     
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    I must agree on what Cooler says that Gunawan is the best of them, and that he is the one who wins the most points for them. I played Howard 2 times before when he played together with Kevin Han, and i won the matches easilly. Tony is very good at the moment, he is probally one of the best in wolrd on the net, it is very difficult to get the ball "away" from him, and when you do Howard is very quick to get the next ball to keep the pressure.

    the ones who saw the game maybe noticed that me and Peter were playing good until 7-7 in both sets, when Tony "wins" 4-5 point on his serve. That is really worldclass!!! We were very frustrated with this and couldn´t get back in the game. And i must also say that it was me and Peter´s 8th game in 4 days on a hard floor, so our legs were maybe a little tirred, so we didn´t had the same speed as in the semi´s, were we played one of our best games ever.

    Well i big congrats to Tony and Howard for there 2 wins in a row, i hope i will get a new match against them soon...

    Thomas
     
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    Thanks for these details Thomas, and congrats again! :D
     

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