Indonesia Open 2006 Day 2 (01/06)

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  1. shuzzack

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    wat about the other malaysian pair?
     
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    luluk/alvetn won against taiwan
    zheng/gong won against zakry/gan
    chandra/toni won against rendra/fran
    paaske/layborn won against sigit/flandy
    kido/hendra win against songphon/nataphon
     
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    owh.........:(:(:(wat a bad day
     
  4. badMania

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    Thanks...what about for WD?
     
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    Jo/gress won against HWANG Yu/KIM
    saralee/satinee won against puspa/lili
    ZHANG Dan/ZHAO Tingting won against OOI Sock/FONG C
    kris/melati won against de paw/santoso
    WEI/YILI won vs deisy/eny
    lee/lee won against rani/endang
     
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    Pretty much expected...what abt Purwati/Meiliana Jauhari?
     
  7. hcpoirot

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    China only send 3 of their second tier Women singles, and 3 of them managed to reach QF.

    Zhu Lin and Chen Li had the best chance to advanced to SF tomorrow. Lu Lan will had the tough test against Xu Huai wen in QF tomorrow.
     
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    That's exact what I pointed out long time ago. Even Mia sometime did pretty good, but if she's in China, she will be definitely disapper in a larger pool of better players.
     
  9. extremenanopowe

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    chong wei lost.

    tsk tsk tsk....
    what a waste. Looks like it going to be a long struggle ahead.
    rgds:crying:

     
  10. hara^kazuko

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    I still dont want to believe it's true.. im gonna wait until tomorrow's paper :crying:
     
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    Thanks for posting all the results...
    Well, looks like it's going to be a pretty good QF for the MS and WS(lots of new fresh faces in the mix)...MD's QF is interesting also..:rolleyes: :)
    Surprised to see Mia lost to Kanako, in straight sets..:rolleyes:
    Wasn't surprise to see Eriko lost to Lu Lan, seemed like Eriko has reached her playing peak..:rolleyes:
    As for Flandy/Sigit, well, not a surprise..I guess we'll just counting down time within 1 yr, or could be sooner, til they officially pack up their bags from Pelatnas and move on..:p :)
     
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    No surprise results so far....dun forget this is a 6* tournament and Mal team is not expected to do well....in my opinion. A 4* tournaments.....yes Mal team will sweep !
     
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    Now I see why Malaysian open is always a 4* tournament, that way, they can guarantee Malaysian players themselves a win. ;)
     
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    Maybe karma issue, Malaysian players have bad karma when playing overseas??
     
  15. extremenanopowe

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    omi taufu. ask them go and eat more taufu lah. then sure can win.
     
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    yeah... fried taufu added with sauce :D
     
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    Take it easy! Malaysia players have never delivered when you give them high hopes to win.
     
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    we now all know the results of y'day match though
     
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    why said so... if m;sia team really had bad karma when they're not playin in m'sia.... i wonder of hafiz's win in PO then.... and what about that to say?? for the men finals, it was both from m'sia...
     
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    what's wif the taufu thing? :rolleyes:

    Hey, come on, malaysian players have done well it's just not this time... Even though this lee-chong-wei-defeat looks like an insane one.. Look at chong ming-kean keat when they won during a match with denmark world champion men doubles in Thomas Cup.. That's something to be proud at.. chong wei is just not fit this time or sometimes... We must look at the bright side too
     
    #100 hara^kazuko, Jun 2, 2006
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