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Discussion in 'Indonesia Open / Thailand Open 2010' started by Krisna, Jun 21, 2010.
The Legend of Djarum .....
..... as first class tournament sponsors is built up from these ......
But now, the Djarum gals are being challenged by these JNE girls. Luckily for Djarum girls, my camera batteries expired before I could get up close shots of their "main rivals".:crying:
That guy is anek huh...Pollux and I met him at Grand Indonesia along with sudket-saralee,If he recalls,he helped us take pics with sudket-saralee
@ molina & abedeng :
Thanks for photo sharing!
Any other photo of Miyuki Maeda/Satoko Suetsuna -vs- Kim Min Jung/Lee Hyo Jung?
Bakmi (noodle) GM also opens a booth It brings back a lot of memory. The noodle was very delicious. Thanks for the pictures.
Agreed! the noodles are delicious... and I miss the Goreng Gurame...
nice photos guys...... especially the Djarum gals
Mixed Doubles Action .....
..... resulted in a historic victory for Hendra Setiawan and Anastasia Russkikh, but another heartbreak for Nova Widianto and Lilyana Natsir.
Women's Singles Semifinals Action .......
........ was pretty much forgettable, with one match played by 2 error-prone players, and another one very one sided. A pale shadow against the previous round's action.
the babes are pretty... nice...
Sure, some pictures of ultimate frustration from the Japanese .....
more miyuki maeda pics?? =)
Does anyone know why Hendra Setiawan was using Yonex equipment when he was playing Men's Doubles, but switches to Fly Power in the Mix Doubles?
..any pics of the elaborate and intricate face paintings??..
btw, anek999 (maybe the smile) resembles a bit of Liliyana Natsir..
The Warriors in Full Battlecry
I thought you'd never ask ......
The Finals Day ......
....... brought in additional "enhancements" to the City of Badminton. Just the right "medication" for sleep-deprived Badminton fans doing World Cup duties, something not even Kopi Luwak costing hundreds of thousands of local currency per cup could manage.
The organizers beefed up their "strategic attractions", which include among other things, Djarum Dancing Girls and A Sexy Presenter, mingling with the crowd.
1 to 3 - Djarum Dancing Girls, would look good with racquets on court ....... hint to BWF to, ahem, regulate female attire.
4 - The Sexy Presenter
5 - One of the 2 Comment Walls, taller than the average badminton player, and much longer than the longest anaconda/python ever in history
6 - Mascots coming out to play
Women's Singles - Finals Action
Sayaka Sato brought her A game into court, whereas Saina Nehwal dropped to her B- game, barely enough for her to scrape through game 1 although she came out a comfortable winner in game 3.
The problem with Sato is that despite the right tactics, she hasn't been able to master the court conditions. This cost her dearly when Saina pipped past in game 1 victory despite Sato having the upperhand. Saina, on the other hand, used pretty much the wrong gameplan initially and preferred to maintain a power game, even when it didn't work to her advantage. A sign of immature minds on both players.
Luckily, an astute change of tactics from Saina, with more delicate shots kept Sato at an arms length.
Mixed Doubles Final ......
..... was next. Despite the heroic efforts of Hendra Setiawan with his intelligent placements, he and Anastasia Russkikh had to bow to the Polish timber of Robert Mateusiak and Nadiezda Zieba.
The Poles didn't get it all their way, with home support again for their opposition. Mateusiak had to apply as much gamesmanship as legally possible (ala Danish men's players) to break his opponents rhythm. Hendra should have done the same, he's much too nice on court.
A late injury scare to Zieba after falling ackwardly did not affect the independent Poles. They troop up worthy winners having had to take care of their own travel arrangements and with no coaching support.