French Open 2007 - Day 3 - Nov 1st

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  1. huangkwokhau

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    I hope Simon has more motivation to win this match.....;) cant wait to see tonight's livescore...;);)
     
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    wong mew choo upset wang chen~~
     
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    Hau-Ge, please update me on the scores...hehe...thanks :D
     
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    cool down guys,...;)
    i hope that 2day malaysian player will through to the next round...
    Lee Chong wei BOLEH!!
    KKK/TBH BOLEH!!!
    CTF/LWW BOLEH!!!
    Wong Mew Choo BOLEH!!!
    Hafiz BOLEH!!!
    SAIRUL boleh!!!
    MALAYSIA BOLEH!!!!!!:D:D
     
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    A hard day fro Malaysian player, probably half will be gone by today.
    Simon, Boonsak, Chan Yan Kit are hard player to beat.
     
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    Day 2 of the action:

    Park Sung Hwan vs. Lin Dan
    Park has been ruthless in demolishing Wong Choong Hann yesterday, but he faces an uphill challenge from the reigning world champion and world number 1 'Super Dan'. While Park beat Lin Dan in this year's edition of the Malaysian Open, Lin Dan has been in invincible ever since, winning 4 Super Series Tournaments. However, after the dodgy second set by Lin yesterday against Kuncoro, it did put some doubts in my mind about this match. However, after Lin completely demolished Kuncoro in a 21-7 scoreline, I am confident that Lin will win this match. Lin Dan in 2 sets, unless Park has some special formula for beating Lin.

    Xie Xingfang vs. Tine Rasmussen
    The current world number 1 faces up against Tine Rasmussen, the Japan Open champion, who upstaged Xie on her way to the Japan Open title. Xie will be eager to gain revenge here, and I believe she will succeed in doing so. Xie in 2 sets.

    Mew Choo vs. Anna Rice
    After Mew Choo's shock victory against World Championship runner up Wang Chen, there is no doubt that she is playing at a confidence high. Anna Rice, the little known Canadian, probably won't pose a great threat to her. Wong in 2 sets.




    full article here: The Badminton Blog - French Open Day 2 Predictions
     
  7. Han

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    Have faith and aim high

    Come on, Chong Wei is world #2 and Simon is ?? I am not saying Simon is not a good player but if Chong Wei can't even beat Simon then what hope do have to count on him on the Olympic 2008? Use to think meeting the Chinese is tough draw now Simon and Chan Yan Kit too? Either these two players have improved tremendously or we have lost faith on our ace :mad:
    I think Chong Wei will storm into Semi Final, that's what I expect as he's playing near to his top form!
     
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    TH vs Wacha,.,.,.,.

    hmmm.,.. Its a So So
     
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    I will do one for Malaysian players.

    KKK/TBH v Blair/Lindley - unfamiliar with Lindley; noticed a lot of changes in the English camp recently, especially the sharp increase of ENG/SCO partnerships; maybe for the sake of Olympics; remember there is no ENG or SCO in the Olympics, only GBR, and it is to GBR's interest if the best of ENG and SCO can form good partnerships.

    CTF/LWW v Sun/Xu - is this the new CHN third MD; wonder what is happening to Shen/He.

    Sairul v Boonsak - no chance

    WMC v Anna Rice - what upsets by both these players yesterday; scoreline showed WC and Nedeltcheva could have been hampered by injury or something

    Hafiz v Chan Yan Kit - Hafiz's defeat of Persson was a little surprising to me. Chan is not Hafiz's class, but it all depends on Hafiz's mood.

    LCW v Simon - the best match today involving Malaysians; the Indo second-string players (Sony and Simon) have been showing improvements this past year; LCW too has bounced back from his WC setback; it's a good matchup.
     
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    still, anything could happen.. hard to predict.. :D
     
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    for me, realistic chance of our players goin thru is LCW, HH, CTF/LWW, KKK/TBH, WMC.. sairul basically will be brought to a rough ride by the superman
     
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    i had compile the fixture for Round 2 in my blog.Here is the list of matches where Malaysia's player are taking part and my prediction in bold:

    Men's Singles:
    Boonsak Ponsana[​IMG]-[​IMG]Sairul Amar Ayob
    Muhd Hafiz B Hashim[​IMG]-[​IMG]Yan Kit Chan
    Simon Santoso[​IMG]-[​IMG]Chong Wei Lee [2]

    Men's Doubles:
    Kien Keat Koo [1], Boon Heong Tan[​IMG]-[​IMG]Robert Blair, David Lindley [PFQ]
    Tan Fook Choong [5], Wan Wah Lee[​IMG]-[​IMG]Junjie Sun, Chen Xu

    Women's Singles

    Mew Choo Wong[​IMG]-[​IMG]Anna Rice
     
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    Oh don't worry about that -- Simon will definitely be motivated, anyone playing the likes of LD or LCW will step up. It is like trying to knock someone off at the 'OK Coral' to become the 'fastest draw'.:D

    The only reason why I did not think he will win is because he lost to Taufik in the Danish Open without too much fight (but maybe Taufik knows his game well).

    Wish I were in Paris.
     
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    Here is the list of matches where China's player are taking part and my prediction in bold:

    Men's Singles
    Dan Lin [1][​IMG]-[​IMG]Sung Hwan Park
    Chunlai Bao [4][​IMG]-[​IMG]Shoji Sato
    Wei Ng[​IMG]-[​IMG]Jin Chen [3]

    Men's Doubles
    Tan Fook Choong [5], Wan Wah Lee[​IMG]-[​IMG]Junjie sun, Chen Xu
    Zhendong Guo, Zhongbo Xie[​IMG]-[​IMG]Luluk Hadiyanto [7], Alvent Yulianto Chandra

    Women's Singles
    Xingfang Xie [1][​IMG]-[​IMG]Tine Rasmussen
    Yun Hwa Lee [Q][​IMG]-[​IMG]Lan Lu [4]
    Mi Zhou[​IMG]-[​IMG]Ning Zhang [2]

    Women's Doubles
    Yawen Zhang [1], Yili Wei[​IMG]-[​IMG]Lena Frier Kristiansen, Kamilla Rytter Juhl
    Shruti S Kurian, Jwala P Gutta[​IMG]-[​IMG]Tingting Zhao [5], Yang (F) Yu
    Liliyana Natsir, Vita Marissa[​IMG]-[​IMG]Wei Yang [2], Jiewen Zhang

    Mixed Doubles
    Ling Gao [1], Bo Zheng[​IMG]-[​IMG]Lita Nurlita, Devin Lahardi Fitriawan
    Yang (F) Yu [8], Hanbin He[​IMG]-[​IMG]Nadiezda Kostiuczyk, Robert Mateusiak
    Yawen Zhang [3], Zhongbo Xie[​IMG]-[​IMG]Yujia Li, Hendri Kurniawan Saputra
     
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    Here is the list of matches where Indonesia's player are taking part and my prediction in bold:

    Men's Singles
    Taufik Hidayat [8]
    [​IMG]-[​IMG]Przemyslaw Wacha
    Simon Santoso[​IMG]-[​IMG]Chong Wei Lee [2]

    Men's Doubles
    Tadashi Ohtsuka, Keita Masuda[​IMG]-[​IMG]Hendra A Gunawan, Joko Riyadi
    Markis Kido [3], Hendra Setiawan[​IMG]-[​IMG]Michal Logosz, Robert Mateusiak
    Zhendong Guo, Zhongbo Xie[​IMG]-[​IMG]Luluk Hadiyanto [7], Alvent Yulianto Chandra

    Women's Doubles
    Yanmei Jiang [7], Yujia Li
    [​IMG]-[​IMG]Endang Nursugianti, Rani Mundiasti
    Jo Novita, Greysia Polii[​IMG]-[​IMG]Gail Emms [8], Donna Kellogg

    Mixed Doubles
    Ling Gao [1], Bo Zheng
    [​IMG]-[​IMG]Lita Nurlita, Devin Lahardi Fitriawan
    Jenny Wallwork, Kristian Roebuck[​IMG]-[​IMG]Vita Marissa [4], Flandy Limpele
    Min Jung Kim, Yeon Seong Yoo[​IMG]-[​IMG]Liliyana Natsir [2], Nova Widianto
     
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    hmmm.. I tot he was having knee problem when loosing to BCL.. looks like the trouble is gone.. shd he risk the injury? Whos the doctor? or is it just an excuse for loosing to BCL? Interesting strategy.

     
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    weldone to WMC. Is this another giant killing tournament for her? The heat is on...
     
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    I think his injury is not serious, as long as the game doesn't go into rubber then he will be OK. Simon strategy is simple, prolong the game and Chong Wei shall to the opposite. Lets see who can execute their game plan better.
     
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    Hey man, obviously you did not believe he had one.

    Many people play with injuries, some injuries more serious others are recoverable. We still do not know how well he will be able to play. If he recovers then what we are saying is Simon will not have a chance.

    And don't do insinuating questions like yours -- it shows the worse side of you.
     
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    At their levels, it is easier to prolong a match than to do the opposite. But Simon must think of his own fitness also.
     

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