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  1. LazyBuddy

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    Zhang/Gao lost 1st set, but advanced to 2nd round after 3 sets. The current #1 seed seems going downhill from WC. Don't know how far they can go here.

    Xia vs Park for the next round, seem Xia could bounce back from the early exist in Den Open.
     
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    Their defeat wasn't to unknown players. Lee Tseun Seng lost to the 1992 Olympic Gold medalist...a former Indonesian star.
     
  3. seven

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    Not exactly! it's his brother, and he never became a star!

    (the olympic winner was Alan Budi Kusuma)
     
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    They probably are not going downhill. They just had a very tough first round opponent in Simon Archer and Donna Kellog.
     
  5. seven

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    Candra & Halim have withdrawn! :(
     
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    Wong Choon Han, Gopichand, Xia Xuanze , Lin Dan , Shon Suen Mo ,Ayob Sairul Amar advances. :) I hope this time Wong Choon Han will go far.. hope he will beat Polsana Boonsak.
     
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    is the 2nd round going to be played tonight or tomorrow??
     
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    Aim high

    Beating Bonsak is not the problem, facing Lin Dan is a big challenge for Choon Hann. However, I think it's time for the Choon Hann to live up to his world ranking statue, can't be giving the same excuse everytime facing Chinese players. If he's as good as he supposed to be then he should win ove Lin Dan or else malaysia players will always be dark horses in any tournament.
     
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    Yeah Wong Choon Han must win .. i think 2nd will be play tomorrow.
     
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    If anyone is going to watch this competition, can they please PM me asap.
     
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    Re: Aim high

    :) I think it's the other way round. Wouldn't Wong be a big challenge for Lin Dan?
     
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    Phew, I'm just looking through the MD and many of the matches have gone to 3 sets and some close games as well.

    Main surprise is Zhang J/Chen QQ being pushed by the German pair (who are they??) and Wang Wei/Cheng Rui being beaten by HK pair!
     
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    Serious! HK pair is getting better huh?
     
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    Mens Doubles

    FuHai Feng/Chai Yun , Erikson /Lungard , Limpele and Flandi advances.. It seems that Tan Fook/ Wan Wah will have hard time against Tae Won/Dong Moon pair. All the best to them.
     
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    Yes, have world ranking of 20.

    Position ID Surname First Name Ctry
    20 7134 LIU NJOTO * HONG KONG
    50498 Kwok Wa Albertus Susanto HONG KONG
    I/C Ind Pts T/C T/Pts Comps Points
    9 1554 1 160.92 10 1,714.92

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    Date Event Points Won (A) Comp. Type
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    1. 3/11/02 Realkredit Danmark Open 2002 264 I
    2. 3/8/03 World Championships 2003 240 I
    3. 6/4/03 Yonex Open Japan 2003 192 I
    4. 14/9/03 Australia Kawasaki International 2003 180 I
    5. 7/9/03 PROTON EON MALAYSIA OPEN 2003 168 I
    6. 23/3/03 Sudirman Cup 2003 160.92 S
    7. 23/2/03 Swiss Open 2003 144 I
    8. 29/6/03 New Zealand Waikato International 2003 126 I
    9. 13/4/03 Korea Open 2003 120 I
    10. 24/8/03 YONEX-SUNRISE SINGAPORE OPEN 2003 120 I
    11. 17/11/02 JVC Asian Champs 2002 105 I
    12. 8/12/02 BMW Open Int 2002 Results 96 I
    13. 31/8/03 SANYO INDONESIA OPEN 2003 48 I
    14. 16/2/03 Yonex All England Open 2003 42 I
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    Total = 1714.92
    PROTON EON MALAYSIA OPEN 2003
    2 Sep 2003 - 7 Sep 2003 Kompleks Sukan Likas,Sabah
    Round Scores W/L Opponent
    1/32 1/15,15/11,15/9 W Kim Wai CHANG (MAS), Woon Fui LIN (MAS)
    1/16 15/10,4/15,11/15 L Dong Soo LEE (KOR), Dong Moon KIM (KOR)

    SANYO INDONESIA OPEN 2003
    25 Aug 2003 - 31 Aug 2003 Gor Indoor Stadium,Batam Island
    Round Scores W/L Opponent
    1/64 W Kwok Wa LIU (HKG), Albertus Susanto NJOTO * (HKG)
    1/32 17/15,7/15,6/15 L Pramote TEERAWIWATANA (THA), Tesana PANVISVAS (THA)

    YONEX-SUNRISE SINGAPORE OPEN 2003
    19 Aug 2003 - 24 Aug 2003 Singapore Indoor Stadium,Singapore
    Round Scores W/L Opponent
    1/32 16/17,8/15 L Lars PAASKE (DEN), Jonas RASMUSSEN (DEN)

    World Championships 2003
    28 Jul 2003 - 3 Aug 2003 NIA,Birmingham
    Round Scores W/L Opponent
    1/64 15/7,15/3 W Kian Teck KHOO (SIN), Yong Joo CHUA (SIN)
    1/32 W Dong Soo LEE (KOR), Yong Sung YOO (KOR)
    1/16 13/15,6/15 L Candra WIJAYA (INA), Sigit BUDIARTO (INA)

    Swiss Open 2003
    17 Feb 2003 - 23 Feb 2003 St Jakob Sport Hall ,Basel
    Round Scores W/L Opponent
    1/32 15/0,15/3 W Joachim TESCHE (GER), Jochen CASSEL (GER)
    1/16 15/12,4/15,4/15 L Jens ERIKSEN (DEN), Martin LUNDGAARD HANSEN (DEN
     
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    The German Open web site has live scores for the german players (only) :
    at the moment, Petra Overzier vs Julia Mann, 11-8 for Overzier in the first set...
     
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    Xia out!

    Xia lost again to Park from Korea 2-15 5-15. Xia is perhaps tired after his succes in WC and needs time to recover, lets hope so..Another surprise came when Polsana won against Wong Choong Hann...And for a dane like me it was great to see Gade back winning 15-7 15-4 against Chen Yu. Very impressive by Gade...

    Its also great to see that the livescore is on the website now :D
     
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    I just can't see any live scoring on the German Open site. Where do you find it?
     
  19. seven

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    it is only for some of the matches, when a german is playing...

    earlier there was Overzier vs Mann and Schenk vs Martin, but none at the moment...
     
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    Just now only German players's match has live scoring.Now nothing!

    I also glad to see Gade's recover.I think he is a talent player all along.
     

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