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Discussion in 'Indonesia Open 2006 / Philippine Open 2006' started by badMania, Jun 3, 2006.
wait a minute which is TH's score???? the left or the right???
7-9 TH serve, lob in by TH
Beautiful hold & lob I should say
13-14 BCL serve
13-15 TH serve...
14-15 BCL serve, TH hits into net after tight net
15-15 BCL, TH hits into net
15-16 TH serve, BCL served into net...break
16-16 BCL serve, long out by TH
16-17 TH serve, short hard smash by TH which BCL couldn't return, after a wonderful rally...
17-17 BCL serve, BCL smash wide TH couldn't return
18-17 BCL serve, TH hits into net
18-18 TH serve, BCL half smash wide out
18-19 TH serve, TH smash in to BCL backhand side...
19-19 BCL serve, BCL net smash after another wonderful rally..this time BCL read TH's tight net shot...phew, what a barn burner..
19-20 TH serve, smash from net in, looks long but very2 close to the line...BCL tried to raised his hand and argue butmatch point...
19-21 TH wins...BCL hits TH smash into net...and what da, they brought out a small patrol vehicle across the court...
TH wins his 6th IO title...
sorry, i just keep on 1 side of scoring...BCL is left and TH is right...sorry..
taufik won the match... congret ya..
wow just witness 40minutes of godmode Taufik!!
Hes awesome... that was close to olympic form!!
tough luck with the line call though, GDTV commentator are damn annoying..
But the last call was good~
Anyway if anyone can get a better quality match please upload!!
i'm sure someone has a better recording out there...not really spectacular, a few moments, but both players darn played their hearts out, one bounce either way and it could go to either one...very good match-
Bao looks very unhappy (kinda almost angry) with the result. I wonder if this is because of that one line call near the end of the 2nd set.
My only regret was the dubious linecall. I congratulate TH, but I don't want him to win because there were dodgy linecalls in his favour. But this is sports I suppose, sometimes you just accept the decision and move on. Congratulations, TH! Who says he will not do well in the new scoring system?
true but gota admit I lost count how many times Taufik did a tumbling netshot..
and the commentator keep saying its luck, its really annoying
and keep saying the linejudge is bias and all, look @ china open and everything they never say anything
award ceremony time...both players got their hats and flowers...2nd place gets $10,000 and TH gets a hefty $.....
i totally understand, if i was him, i will also feel the same...the score was close and tight and he was fighting like mad to win the set...oh well..
Taufik wins in 2 close sets 21-18, 21-19. There was one controversial call when the score was 19-19 in the second set. I thought it was an out ball to Taufik and a game pt to Bao Chunlai, however, the decision was made against Bao and it was match pt to Taufik. At that pt, it was game over to Bao.
One note I want to make is that Taufik was full of confidence throughout the entire match and looked determined to win. That was the first time I watch such a performance from Taufik since last year's World Championships Final against Lin Dan. He deserves his win. Once again, I reiterate....if Taufik wants to win...he will win. He does not show that kind of mood in the Thomas Cup. Let's see which side of him shows up in the Singapore Open next week. I personally don't think he will win next week.
Anyway, congrats to Taufik for his 6th Indonesia Open title. Too bad the other Pelatnas pairs such as Nova/Butet and Markis/Hendra could not win today. They will face tougher opponents in the Singapore Open, esp Markis/Hendra. They could go out as early as in the second round as they are once again paired against the Malaysian veteran pair of Choong Tan Fook/Lee Wan Wah. Nova/Butet will also face another match-up with Xie Zhongbo/Zhang Yawen in the quarter-final. Expect another close match!
Both players were exceptional today but I think overall Taufik played better (by a small margin) with his powerful smashes and superb net drops.
Bao really tried his best though, especially at the end giving all that he got. He should have been a bit more agressive because I noticed that he didn't smash very often.
it happens, in almost all sport, even if one tries to avoid it...in that instance, i would like to see a side camera shot from the baseline, cos the camera angle used didn't give a good angle thus it wasn't that clear...for me it looked like it made the 1st bounced barely on the line, it was very2 close and too fast..for sure it's too darn close..
i will wait for all your reports from S'pore, if you have time to write in here...whilst i stay online to watch..
don't forget to take lots of pics, during tournament as well as going out socializing with the other BFers.>>and take lots of food pics!!..hehe
The fact that Agum Gumelar (father-in-law and KONI head), Sutiyoso (PBSI head), Djarum bosses, his wife, and all the crazy Indonesian fans are in the stadium is one motivation for Taufik to win today. I can't imagine what will happen if he lost....
As a reminder, this is Taufik's first Grand Prix since the HK Open last fall (when he lost to WCH).
From the Singapore Open draw, if things go according to plan, Taufik should meet Bao yet again in the quarter-final. This time, I think Bao will win.
Magnificent net play from Taufik.. with the capital M!!
I indeed think TH is not worthy with this championship. BCL is more worthy. The referee had an unfair behaviour with BCL. This maybe happen to all player's host country.
The IO should have an clear environment in order to protect Indo's images.