French Open 2007 - Day 2 - Oct 31 - Round 1

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  1. FU4EVA

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    trouble for the danish in the 2nd set
     
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    18-10 now.
    For sure MK/HS take this game.
     
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    Easy stuff... I think HKG players are really sleepy now.. Maybe recovering from jetlag slower than INA players.. hahahaha
     
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    Game Over !!!
    21-18, 21-13 for MK/HS
     
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    Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan progressed to R16 after a 21-18, 21-13 victory over Albertus Susanto Njoto/Yohan Hadikusumo Wiratama. They will meet the tricky Polish pair Michal Logosz/Robert Mateusiak next.
     
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    Such a poor schedule. The players have to play till so late.
    Aiyoh, why Fu/Cai's match is the last one tomorrow. Have to watch the match in the middle of my sleeping time. Haih...
     
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    It took 29 minutes only.. Good night everyone in France and Europe, good morning everyone in Asia and good afternoon everyone in USA/Canada........
     
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    Wah..

    .."easy stuff", heh??..ceh, ceh, ceh, such confidence from our yannie..:p:rolleyes::D;)
    ..and good night to everyone in Denmark:)..Btw, east coast USA/Canada is already night-time (past 7 pm in east coast)..:);)
     
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    Hahahaha, good to be confident ... Errrrrr.. KOM SÅ DANMARK in the last match.. Go go go Denmark~~~~~
     
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    It's 1016AM in Melbourne :p Can't believe the matches have been going on for nearly 12 hours...
     
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    Seems like the japanese and the danish pair will not go back to their rooms yet. The japanese is fighting hard to drag the match into the 3rd set.
     
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    Huh wrong .. good evening to USA/Canadians.. and Morning to Aussies.. I'm off now......... Seeeeee you guys tomorrow maybe..
     
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    Danish pair will have advantage.. My guess is they're less sleepy.. Ooopssssss
     
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    What does these words mean?
     
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    Means COME ON Denmark.. Hehehehehe
     
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    The Rubber set is starting... 1-0 for LP/JR
     
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    Probably you are right because the japanese should have just woke up from their bed. But, not here. They must be tired for being awake for a day.:pAnd, the danish is just about time for party. Haha...:D
     
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    Seems like only ZL is the big casualty for the chinese team. Great achievement by the chinese on day 1 of the FO.Good luck for tomorrow...
    ZHONG GUO DUI JIA YOU... JIA YOU... JIA YOU
    Good night for those at the west side of the earth and morning to those at the east.
     
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    It will be better for AG/Joko if the Japanese pair were to win the match. Chance of reaching QF is quite high.....
     
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    The Danish pair are in real danger of exiting the tournament as they trail 15-16 in the rubber-set.
     

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