Indonesia Open 2007 - 12 May, Semifinals

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  1. avieee

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    Chn:eng 21:15 3:0
     
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    nice one spchu......i think almost everyone has predicted the same thing......
     
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    haha...i hope that your dream will come true...
    but anyway, fu/cai really have improved alot on their weaknesses...they have become a better pair...
    Malaysians' dream of winning olympic gold medal could not be reached if our pairs do not improve from now..
     
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    i really hope that MAS will bring back 2 golds tomoro......hi5.....CHN should give chance a bit to MAS lah since they had so many already........ok? hi5 ok ok? hi5, treat u guys goreng pisang la next time when u guys come to MAS ok ok?? hi5.......hahahaha hi5 hi5 again......
     
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    I don't think Fairuz/Zakry were lucky today..... they played quite brilliantly. Had they had more experience playing together as a pair, they would have given a much better account of themselves and maybe finished off the Indonesians much earlier instead of going into the rubber set.... that's how I see the game.....;) ;)
     
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    after calculations MD ranking likely to be:

    CY/FHF points not avalible
    JJJ/LYD 49430
    TG/CW 52730
    KM/SH 50021
    MLH/JE 54800
    CTF/LWW 53221
    KKK/TBH 55290

    so sequence =
    CY/FHF
    KKK/TBH
    MLH/JE
    CTF/LWW
    TG/CW
    KM/SH
    JJJ/LWD (not active)
     
  7. Jessica

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    Tony/Chandra always have one problem that is if their opponent drag the game to the rubber set, they can't win it.Maybe this is due to the age factor.Ask for tomorrow finals,really no idea who will win and i just hope that Mas will give out everything they have.
     
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    win it if possible or lose it with style.......
     
  9. Tjun Tjun

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    My vote for Match of the Day goes to Bao CL v Taufik. Brilliant, awesome display by Bao. Bao was calm and full of confidence ....Taufik played well but could not match the in-form Chinese.... I think most players would find it difficult to beat Bao today.....
     
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    yes. put it this way, the youngsters have nothing to lose against FHF/CY. might as well play their hearts out and see how far they can go against FHF/CY, one never knows, maybe they can run away being the winner!
     
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    Taufik's comebacks came too late in both games. But that made it all the more exciting. Both games Bao held a good lead for the majority of the game but towards the end of each Taufik would catch right up and at the last minute Bao would finally manage to finish it off. Very exciting match, I'll have to add this one to my video collection.
     
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    Furthermore, with Fairuzizuan/Zakry's sf win, they will at least move up to somewhere around No.40-45. Should they win the title, they will move up to somewhere around No.36-40. Well, kind of deja vu ... KKK/TBH went through a similar path barely half a year ago.
     
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    Sort of like the Tony/Candra v Zakry/Fairuz first and third games, except in the first game, the Indons actually came back and took the game. I think it's because if you are far behind, you play like there's no tomorrow, and your opponent(s) get rattled by that. Therefore, quite often you see brave comebacks being mounted (usually not successful though).
     
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    But Fairuz/Zakry lack the attacking potential that KKK/TBH possess. When KKK/TBH attacks, it can be quite frightening. On form, they can steamroll you.
     
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    LCW has done it before heh, so maybe if he's in the same situation as TH was today he might pull it off :). Yeah I find when I play my friend he gets to set point and sort of relaxes just a bit. So I make the most of it and get a few quick points. Then he gets a little frustrated and tries to finish it quickly which only works against him. I mean I rarely actually win the set like that but if you can at least start a comeback it does put the pressure back on your opponent to close off the set and gives you a bit of a mental advantage.
     
  16. Jessica

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    I agree with you for this.:) If they are on form,they are really superb.Just look at their performance in the All England.I really miss their fighting spirit very much.But since from the ABC in Johor which i witnessed myself,they seem like lack of something from the past.Do no how to discribe but something is missing there.
     
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    think Fairuz/Zakry likely lost to cai/fu.. miracle happen?
     
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    this is true when they have a chance to attack..:eek:
     
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    That's why I called them "a lesser version of KKK/TBH" in another thread. They could opt for defensive style like Sidek bros. There must be a reason that Rexy paired them up.
     
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    aih..dun care lar..still support malaysia..jia you! berusaha!! come on!!
     

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