Indonesian Open 2005 results day 2

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  1. Hendra89

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    taufik lost to simon santoso!! :eek:


    here the results:

    (1) Kenneth Jonassen (Denmark) vs (10) Shoji Sato (Jepang), 15-5, 15-10;
    Yeoh Kay Bin (Malaysia) vs (12) Lee Yen Hui Kendrick (Singapura), 15-4, 15-4;
    (16) Simon Santoso (Indonesia) vs (3) Taufik Hidayat (Indonesia), 15-12, 15-5;
    (8) Boonsak Ponsana (Thailand) vs Tommy Sugiarto (Indonesia), 15-12, 15-5;
    (6) Wong Choong Han (Malaysia) vs Ahn Hyun-suk (Korsel), 15-9, 15-4;
    (14) Sony Dwi Kuncoro (Indonesia) vs Marlev Mainaky (Indonesia), 15-7, 15-6;
    (7) Lee Hyun-il (Korsel) vs (11) Bobby Milroy (Kanada), 15-5, 15-9;
    (2) Lee Wei Chong (Malaysia) vs Wempie Mahardi (Singapura), 15-13, 15-8.

    Babak II TUnggal Putri:
    (1) Pi Hongyan (Prancis) vs Jang Soo-young (Korsel), 11-1, 11-2;
    (8) Mia Audina Tjiptawan (Belanda) vs Yu Hirayama (Jepang), 11-2 , 8-11, 11-4;
    (4) Eriko Hirose (Jepang) vs Monthila Meemek (Thailand), 11-0, 11-3;
    Wong Mew Choo (Malaysia) vs Adriyanti Firdasari (Indonesia), 6-11, 11-1, 11-4;
    (7) Salakjit Ponsana (Thailand) vs Yuan Kartika (Indonesia), 11-3, 11-1;
    Wang Chen (Hong Kong) vs Hwang Hye-youn (Korsel), 11-4, 11-9;
    (5) Mori Kaori (Jepang) vs Silvi Antarini (Indoensia), 2-11, 11-8, 11-4;
    Maria Kristin Yulianti (Indonesia) vs Yao Jie (Belanda), 11-3, 11-6.

    Babak II Ganda Campuran:
    (1) Nova Widianto/Liliyana Natsir (Indonesia) vs Bambang Suprianto/Minarti Timur (Indonesia), 15-2, 15-11;
    (8) Lee Yong-dae/Ha Jung-eun (Korsel) vs Denny Setiawan/Richa Sari Pawestri (Indonesia), 15-7, 15-7;
    Songpoi Anukritayawan/Kulchala Worawichitchaikul (Thailand) vs Shintaro Ikeda/Miyuki Maeda (Jepang) 15-4, 15-5;
    (6) Carsten Mogensen/Mette Schjoldager (Denmark) vs Muhammad Rizal/Nursugianti Endang (Indonesia) 15-6, 15-7;
    (7) Anggun Nugroho/Yunita Tetty (Indonesia) vs Jonas Rasmussen/Britta Andersen (Denmark), 15-7, 17-15;
    Devin Lahardi/Vita Marissa (Indonesia) vs (3)Sudket Prapakamol/Saralee Thungthongkam (Thailand), 15-9, 15-2;
    (5) Koo Kien Keat/Wong Pei Tty (Malaysia) vs Lars Paaske/Helle Nielsen (Denmark), 15-13, 15-3;
    (2) Lee Jae-jin/Lee Hyo-jung (Korsel) vs Bona Septano/Pia Zebadiah (Indonesia), 15-4, 15-3.

    babak II Ganda Putra:
    (1) Chandra Wijaya/Sigit Budiarto (Indonesia) vs Davin Prawissa/Rio Willianto (Indonesia), 15-4, 15-10;
    Albertus Susanto Njoto/Liu Kwok Wa (Hong Kong) vs Kang Woo-kyum/Jeon Jun-bum (Korsel), 15-8, 15-6;
    Tanama Putra Alroy/Restu Dasuki Prasetyo (Indonesia) vs (8) Mohammad Fairuzizuan Mohammad Tazari/Lin Woon Fui (Malaysia) 15-8, 15-6;
    Joko Riyadi/Hendra Aprida Gunawan (Indonesia) vs Karel Mainaky/M. Reoney (Indonesia), 15-6, 15-9;
    (4) Lee Jae-jin/Jung Jae-sung (Korsel) vs Aji Basuki/Gordown Ruben (Indonesia), 15-6, 15-5;
    Ng Kean Kok/Hong Chien Hun (Malaysia) vs Yoo Yeon-seong/Kang Myeong-won (Korsel) 8-15, 15-7, 15-12;
    (5) Carsten Mogensen/Mathias Boe (Denmark) vs Dommy Allen/Endro Saputro (Indonesia), 15-0, 15-2;
    Ukikasah Yoga/Suryatama Dasuki Yonathan (Indoensia) vs Rupesh Kumar/Thomas Sanave (India) 15-12, 9-15, 15-10;
    Chew Choon Eng/Wong Choong Hann (Malaysia) vs Nguyen Quang Minh/Tran Thanh Hai (Vietnam), 15-11, 15-13;
    (7) Markis Kidho/Hendra Setiawan (Indonesia) vs Songphon Anukritayawon/Nitipong Saengsila (Thailand), 15-8, 15-6;
    Teik Chai Gan/Mohammad Zakry Abdul Latif (Malaysia) vs Keita Matsuda/Tadashi Ohtsuka (Jepang) 15-5, 15-2;
    (3) Lars Paaske/Jonas Rasmussen (Denmark) vs Viki/Andika Harjanggi (Indoensia), 15-6, 15-1;
    Ong Soon Hock/Tan Bin Shen (Malaysia) vs Lee Yong-dae/Cho Gun-woo (Korsel), 15-9, 17-14;
    Lee Wan Wah/Choong Tan Fook (Malaysia) vs Hajime Komiyama/Noriyasu Hirata (Jepang), 9-15, 17-15, 15-10;
    (2) Luluk Hadiyanto/Yulianto Alvent (Indonesia) vs Rohanda Agung/ Enroe (Indonesia), 15-6, 15-8.
     
  2. badMania

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    Partial women's doubles results (Round 1/16)

    Miyuki Maeda /Satako Suetsuna bt Nitya Maheswari Krishinda/Nadya Melati 15-6, 15-9
    Wong Pei Tty/Chin Ee Hui bt Meliana Jauhari/Purwati 15-5, 15-11
    Lita Nurlita/Natalia Poluakan bt Helle Nielsen/Pernille Harder 7-15, 15-4, 15-1
    Saralee Thungthongkam/Satinee Chanrachanwong bt Jung Youn Kwong/Jun Woul Sik 15-6, 15-5
     
  3. some_one_help

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    let me guess..your just predicting based on the player's seedings.. ;)
     
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    seriously guys... where have Koo Kien Keat and Chan Chong Ming Gone???!
     
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    maybe im going blind guys.. but what happened to KOO KIEN KEAT AND CHAN CHONG MING!!!
     
  6. tony rules

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    Where's Chan Chong Ming N Koo Kien Keat Result's??????????????????????????????????????????????????
     
  7. rachelchan

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    I dont believe it !! TAUFIK LOST ????:crying: :crying: :crying: :crying: :crying: :crying: :crying: :crying: :crying: :crying: :crying:

    What a big surprise ! I'm REALLY DISAPPOINTED by this ...
    hope he didn't lose it on purpose just to give SIMON a chance to lift up his world ranking, unfortunately can't see their match live..AND hope his " childish " attitude not back again, coz obviously he showed his maturity during recent WC.

    If SIMON is exceptional good as Taufik commented, then is a good news for Indonesia coz they don't always depend on Taufik alone for MS, the other is SONY, he's now back to his form after winning ABC
     
  8. ctjcad

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    Time to retire??..

    I think it's time for this INA MD pair to step back and let the younger pairs move up. Esp. Flandy(sorry to any Flandy L. fans).
    Eng Hian however still has a couple yrs. left(only 27 or 28) and maybe the Indo coaches can find a suitable partner for him in XD?!?!

     
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    Mind translating please?
     
  10. ctjcad

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    detik sports article translation..

    OK, if anyone doesn't mind, i will translate this article to those who don't understand Indonesian..

    It was a really surprising result in a well fought and thrilling match for all the people. From reporters to badminton fans who filled almost half of Istora Senayan, Thursday evening(22/9/2005)

    Simon Santoso, showed his brilliance and captivated the audience, by leading Taufik in the 1st game 5-0. Eventhough Taufik was able to even the score at 12 all, Ami Gumelar's boyfriend had to relinquish the 1st game with a score of 12-5.

    The same exact thing happened in the 2nd game. With a more accurate precise, Simon was able to lead with a score of 7-1. However in the 2nd game, Taufik didn't appear to put much effort in retreating the shuttles back, as he did in the 1st game.

    The Pangalengan born shuttler(Taufik), had to acknowledge his score at 5, after he failed to return Simon's short serve. The match ended at 5-15. A victory for Simon who is now 20 yrs. old.

    "Anything can happen on the court. One can win or lose. If I didn't put all of my effort, then why would I even play", said Taufik to a reporter who asked him why he didn't play like he usually does.

    According to Taufik, in his just finished match, Simon deserved to win. In reality, his junior already had a much improved technique than before. "Simon's technique is already good, just need to strengthen his heart(fighting spirit)" said Taufik.

    Simon himself felt very happy with his win over Taufik. Especially, after Taufik won the World Championship in the U.S. a while ago.

    "Of course I'm happy and grateful. Never imagine i would've won. I even ask myself, did i really win?" said Simon, who lost to Taufik in their 3 previous meeting.

    "I just played loosely and -nothing to lose-. Hopefully in tomorrow's match against Boonsak, i can also do my best" said Simon


    My take on this:Now with Taufik out of the tourney, the MS title is basically up for grabs. Whatever Taufik's reason(s) for why he lost, i still think he is the better player as i'm still not sold on Simon *yet*, as he has to prove he can win numerous tourneys after this. This lost also proves, again, that what Taufik's other teammates say about him of being "moody"(angin2an) when playing is true. And also what coach Joko and Sony said about Simon "having an equal or even better technique than Taufik" is true. Like i mentioned in my other post, whether Taufik will win this tourney, it all depends whether Taufik's playing attitude is lackadaisical and lazy. It could also be, he felt with the absence of the top China's players, as well as Peter Gade, playing in this tournament as well as , thus he felt there is "not much competition", eventhough he said it himself that "the competition is still tough" and he would like to get his 6th title...blablabla...
    Anyways, it's past and Taufik can try again next year. He now has to prepare for the upcoming China Open, as it will be the last "big" tourney this year.
    On a positive note, with this win for Simon, hopefully it'll add a 3rd tier for their MS squad in preparation for next year's Thomas Cup. :)

     
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    Some men's doubles results

    Choong Tan Fook/Lee Wan Wah bt Luluk Hadiyanto/Alvent Yulianto 15-5, 7-15, 15-12 (well..well...they had an inferior record against Choong/Lee...so...its not surprising)

    Chan Chong Meng/Koo Kien Keat bt Tan Bin Shen/Ong Soon Hock 17-16, 10-15, 1-0 (Tan/Ong retired.....hmm....a close shave for Chan/Koo...and Tan/Ong again show that they are one for the future too)

    Candra Wijaya/Sigit Budiarto and Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan both advanced to the quarter-final too (no scores given). Indonesia will have another pair in the quarter-final too....and most likely its going to be Hendra Gunawan/Joko Riyadi. As for the other remaining pairs for the quarter-final, its likely to be Lars Paaske/Jonas Rasmussen, Jung Jae Sung/Lee Jae Jin, and Matias Boe/Carsten Mogensen.

    Indonesia is guaranteed a semi-final place again because Candra/Sigit is facing Hendra/Joko (or the other younger Indo pair). Likewise, Malaysia is ensured a semi-final place because Chan/Koo will face Choong/Lee

    A final between Indonesia and Malaysia is very likely now....
     
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    [size=-1] (1) Nova Widianto/Liliyana Natsir (Indonesia) vs Bambang Suprianto/Minarti Timur (Indonesia), 15-2, 15-11;


    those are names that we haven't seen for a while!

    translation please...

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    Taufik lost? :eek:

    Congrats to Simon! :D
     
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    Badminton: World champ Hidayat ousted from Indonesia Open tournament

    JAKARTA - World champion Taufik Hidayat on Thursday lost to a fellow Indonesian in the third round of the 250,000-dollar Indonesia Open 2005 badminton tournament.
    Olympic gold medallist Hidayat, who last month captured his first World Championship title in the US, was defeated in straight sets by fellow Indonesian shuttler Simon Santoso, 15-12, 15-5.

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    simon is perfect against taufik.
     
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    How many times has Taufik and Simon gone head-to-head?
     
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    Simon vs. Taufik head to head record

    Overall, I believe this is their 4th encounter, *in a tournament*, with Taufik winning their previous three meetings.
    Of course, i'm sure they've sparred against each other daily in the training center..maybe even Sony and Simon together as double team against Taufik..:) :p :rolleyes:

     
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    This match was really wasted for Flandy/Eng Hian. My brother told me (watching live), they were on match point 14-8 in the 2nd game after taken 1st game, but couldn't finish it, after Malaysian pair came back to win 2nd game (17-15) and took the match.
     
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    I can't believe Sudket/Saralee lost, especially by that much. :crying: Hope Saralee makes up for it in her WD. Go Boonsak!! Go Salakjit, though it will be very tough for her to win this one.
     
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    thank you , for us who can't read Indonesian:D
     
  20. Phoebe_hsw

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    well.for my knowledge,they won 15-1,15-7 in second round
     

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