India Open 2008: Day 2 (Apr 2nd)

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  1. singhzico

    singhzico Regular Member

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    What a blow?

    :crying::crying::crying: What a dissapointment?
     
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    wow, singhzico, 6 posts in a row...

    Lu Yi is a strong chalenger, but I think WCH can seal a victory

    Wei Feng another Chong Wei? I remember Chong Wei amazed us years ago with an upset against Chen Hong, and has amazed us ever since. Lets hope its not a flash in the pan.
     
  3. badMania

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    Results involving Indian players:


    Men's Singles R32
    Chetan Anand bt Sairul Amar Ayob (MAS) 24-22, 21-15;
    JBS Vidyadhar bt Chan Yan Kit (HKG) 21-14, 21-18;
    Park Sung Hwan (KOR) bt Arvind Bhat 21-17, 20-22, 21-14;
    Sho Sasaki (JPN) bt P Kashyap 21-9, 18-21, 21-12;

    Women's Singles R32
    Saina Nehwal bt Yu Hirayama 21-7, 21-14;
    Eriko Hirose (JPN) bt N Siki Reddy 21-9, 21-12;
    Gayatri Vartak bt Agnese Allegrini (ITA) 17-21, 21-7, 21-16;
    Aditi Mutatkar bt Soratja Chansrisukot (THA) 21-19, 21-14;
    Lan Lu (CHN) bt Trupti Murgunde 21-7, 21-14
     
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    Maybe CJ didn't have his standard 8 hours sleep.
    But congrats to CWF!Rookie beat WR4.Quite a feat.Another Misbun disciple?
     
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    Why is CJ blowing 'hot and cold' ? CWF must have 'caught a wind in his sails'.

    Another overconfident incidence perhaps?
     
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    Cwf

    CWF under Misbun's brother, Rashid.
     
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    could be CJ still suffer from his injury....anyway, I m happy that our rookie went thru...
     
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    Wow, congrats to Wei Feng! :D
     
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    wow!!
    another chong wei, chong wei feng defeated chen jin!!!
    yess!!!
    good job!
     
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    Full Results of Women's Singles R32
    Pai Min Jie (Tpe) w/o Xie Xingfang (Chn);
    Eriko Hirose (Jpn) bt Sikki Reddy (Ind) 21-9, 21-12;
    Saina Nehwal (Ind) bt Hirayama Yu (Jpn) 21-7, 21-14;
    Anita Raj Kaur (Mas) bt Filipa Lamy (Por) 21-15, 21-16;
    Lu Lan (Chn) bt Trupti Murgunde (Ind) 21-7, 21-14;
    Wong Julia Pei Xian (Mas) bt Cheah Li Ya Lidia (Mas) 17-21, 21-8, 21-9;
    Zhou Mi (Hkg) bt Fu Mingtian (Sin) 21-10, 21-17;
    Salajit Ponsana (Tha) bt Kamilla Augustyn (Pol) 21-11, 21-11;
    Ana Moura (Por) bt Cheng Shao Chieh (Tpe) 21-18, 21-14.
    Simone Prutsch (Aut) bt Lucia Tavera (Esp) 22-20, 21-16;
    Kaori Mori (Jpn) bt Xing Aiying (Sin) 21-18, 21-14;
    Zhu Lin (Chn) bt Yoana Martinez (Esp) 21-13, 21-9;
    Aditi Mutatkar (Ind) bt Soratja Chansrisukot (Tha) 21-19, 21-14;
    Yip Pui Yin (Hkg) bt Telma Santos (Por) 21-14, 21-9;
    Shanon Pohl (USA) w/o Wang Lin (Chn);
    Gayatri Varatak (Ind) bt Agnese Allegrini (Ita) 17-21, 21-7, 21-16.
     
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    Unlikely injury.With their TCM expertise, CHN players injury usually last 1 or 2 days.(eg LD from AE to SWO)
    There are 2 possible reasons CJ can lose.
    1.Not enough sleep.(That's what he claimed when he lost to Susilo in MO07)
    2.No video homework done on his opponent (because there's none available on rookies or Spore's Kendrick L and Susilo)
    Anyway CJ's the most important MS to watch now. The battle will move on to ABC where CHN MS job is to help pave the way for CJ and non-CHN MS job is to stop CJ.
     
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    Wow...impressive...CJ beat Lee Chong Wei in AE semi....Chong Wei Feng beaten CJ in IO first round........considered a revenge huh....:eek:...:D:D

    Maybe CJ havent recover from his injury....:rolleyes:
     
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    However, it is unlikely that Chen Jin will not get to participate in the Olympics. Kenneth and Taufik, his 2 closest competitors, have little oppotunity.
     
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    Wow for Chong Wei Feng.
    Xball, remember Chen Jin had to withdraw from Swiss Open due to injury, maybe not fully recover yet. But big blow for CJ in OG qualifications.

    Good for CCE/CCM, hope this senior pairing can go far here. Good for the back-up MD, Chan Peng soon/Chang HP too, hope they can reach QF.
     
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    Lets say...if KJ wins European Championship.....and CJ didnt perform in ABC....i think CJ will out of No. 4 in WR......and he will not be the 3rd. Chn player to participate in Olympic 08......Thus, if KJ gets No. 4 in WR.....then CJ is gone......;)
     
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    Is that a new Thailand/Phillipines MD combination :confused::eek:
     
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    you are right
    if kenneth wins the european championships (I assume its a GP Gold event), then he will have 58502+1960 = 60462

    Chen Jin has to win the ABC to match that.
    However, if Kenneth does not win, even if he gets to the semifinals, Chen Jin goes to Beijing.
     
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    ????????

    :confused::confused::confused: Can anyone shed some light on Chong Wei Fung:cool::cool::D:D
     
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    :cool::cool::p:D:D:) Ecstatic Malaysia Boleh and sudah
     
  20. eaglehelang

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    What they meant under Rashid Sidek means back-up squad. Not as 'popular' as TCS of course. Currently no 88. Cant imagine if Msia player lost to a player 84 rungs below them. BWF Info :
    http://internationalbadminton.org/player_info.asp?playerid=52030

    For other info, check out Malaysia Junior thread under Prof players
     

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