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Discussion in '2006 Tournaments' started by devilcat, Apr 16, 2006.
if they show good result by winning some satellite tournaments, they will be 'kicked' in
Nguyen Tien Minh (3/4) bt Chan Yan Kit (1) 21-11, 21-8
Jeffer Rosobin (3/4) bt Hwang Jung Woon 21-12, 13-21, 21-11
Sudket Prapakamol/Phattapol Ngernsrisuk (1) bt Yoga Ugikasah/Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki (3/4) 21-15, 21-12 -- expected loss...the Thai should take the title
Albertus Susanto Njoto/Yohan Wiratama Hadikusumo bt Khoo Chung Kiat/Abdul Latif Mohd Razif 22-20, 21-19 -- 2 real close sets
Duang-Anong Arunkesorn/Kulchala Worawichitchaikul (1) bt Nitya Krishinda/Nadya Melati (3/4) 21-13, 21-10
Kim Min Jung/Oh Seul Ki bt Purwati/Meiliana Jauhari (3/4) 21-17, 16-21, 21-13
-- no All-Indonesian final Let's hope they can go this far again next week in the Thailand Satellite.
Nguyen Tien Minh vs Jeffer Rosobin -- with the home crowd backing, I think Minh can win!
Sudket Prapakamol/Phattapol Ngernsrisuk vs Albertus Susanto Njoto/Yohan Wiratama Hadikusumo -- the Thai should win!
Salakjit Ponsana vs Jang Soo Young -- the Thai to win!
Duang-Anong Arunkesorn/Kulchala Worawichitchaikul vs Kim Min Jung/Oh Seul-Ki -- likewise, the no 1 seeded Thai pair is expected to win.
Songphon Anukritayawan/Kulchala Worawichitchaikul vs Abdul Khalid M. Lufti Zaim/Norsyahliza Baharum -- similar as above.
Yoga Ugikasah/Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki vs Khoo Chung Kiat/Abdul Latif Mohd Razif -- both pairs are evenly matched. Hope the Indo pair can win the bronze!
Nitya Krishinda/Nadya Melati vs Purwati/Meiliana Jauhari -- a repeat of the Jakarta Satelitte final. Nitya/Nadya to win!
I don't see how they are evenly matched. I've never even heard of the Malaysian pair, but I've heard of the Indonesian pair many times.
Nguyen Tien Minh def. Jeffer Rosobin 2-0 (so he won all matches 2-0 straight from beginning of the tournament)
Kim Min Jung/Oh Seul-Ki def. Duang-Anong Arunkesorn/Kulchala Worawichitchaikul 2-1
Third place belongs to Nitya Krishinda/Nadya Melati
(to be cont.)
Well, I think as junior pairs, both should be equally matched. Khoo/Abdul Latif had some decent recents. They beat their fellow countrymen Hoon Thien How/Tan Boon Heong in the Malaysian Satellite end of last year.
Great news for Vietnam badminton! Honestly, I have never heard of him before the SEA Games. Yet, he performed well in recent months, starting from the Jaipur qualifying campaign by nearly beating Taufik. He continued his good performance at the ABC by beating Shoji Sato. He fully deserves a title in his home satellite tournament after solid wins over Ronald Susilo, Chan Yan Kit, and Jeffer Rosobin. With the Vietnam Open (1*) to be played later this year, I am sure Minh will continue to do well.
Let's see if he participates in next week's Thailand Satellite.
Wow, I didn't know that. You are more well-versed in Malaysian players than me.
Actually, he even had decent results before the SEA Games. I remember him troubling some Chinese players (maybe Chen Hong) last year. He may or may not be a top player (top 10), but at least he sets a good example for his countrymen to follow up.
Men single: Nguyen Tien Minh (VIE) JEFFER Rosobin (INA) 2-0. Tien Minh champion.
Women single:JANG Soo Young (KOR) vs PONSANA Salakjit(THA) 2-1. JANG champion.
Mix double:ANUKRITIYAWON Songphon/VORAVICHITCHAIKUL Kunchala (THA) vs ABDUL LATIF M. Razif/BAHARUM Norsyahliza (MAS)2-1.Thailand Champion.
Wonmen double: KIM Min Jung/OH Seul Ki (KOR)vs AROONKESORN Duang -Anong/VORAVIVHITCHAIKUL Kunchala (THA)2-1. KOR Champion
Men singles: Nguyễn Tiến Minh bt JEFFER Rosobin (INA)2-0 21-17 21-12
Women Singles:JANG Soo Young (KOR) bt PONSANA Salakjit (THA) 2-1 21-15 17-21 21-19
Men's doubles: PRAPAKAMOL Sudket/NGENSRISUK Phattapol (THA) bt WIRATAMA Yohan Hadikusumo/NJOTO Albertus Susanto (HKG) 2-0 21-16 21-11
Women's doubles: KIM Min Jung/OH Seul Ki (KOR) bt AROONKESORN Duang-Anong/VORAVIVHITCHAIKUL Kunchala (THA)2-1 23-21 12-21 21-9
Mix doubles:ANUKRITIYAWON Songphon/VORAVICHITCHAIKUL Kunchala (THA) bt ABDUL LATIF M. Razif /BAHARUM Norsyahliza (MAS)2-0 21-13 21-10
Men singles:CHAN Yan Kit (HKG) to give up. HWANG Jung Woon (KOR) hạng 3.
Women singles:YIP Pui Yin (HKG) to give up. KAUR Anita Raj (MAS) hạng ba.
Men's doubles:YOGA Ukikasah/YONATHAN Dasuki (INA) bt KHOO Chung Chiat/ABDUL Latif M. Razif (MAS) 2-1 17-21 21-19 21-19
Women's doubles:NITYA Krishinda Maheswari /NADYA Melati (INA) bt PURWATI/MEILIANA Jauhari (INA)2-1 21-12 13-21 21-14
Mixed doubles:KHOO Chung Chiat/HAW Chiou Hwee (MAS) bt JUNG Tae Keuk/KIM Min Jung (KOR) 2-0 21-13 21-10
Nguyen Tien Minh (left) gained victory at the just concluded Robot-HCMC Asian Satellite 2006. Tien Minh outplayed his Indonesian opponent, Jeffer Rosobin winning straight games 21-7, 21-12. This is his second Satellite title since his extraordinary feat winning the 2004 Magnum Malaysia Satellite with a shocking win against Malaysian, Lee Tsuen Seng. But winning it at home ground, in front of local spectators, gave him the highest satisfaction according to Tien Minh. Besides a share in the tournament price money, he also received V$ 5 million from a local pop star & another V$ 15 million from Mr. Le Dang Xu, vice president of Vietnam BF.
The other 4 remaining event titles is shared between Korea & Thailand. Jang Soo Young took the women's singles title where she defeated Salakjit Ponsana of Thailand 21-15, 17-21, 21-19, while her fellow compatriots Kim Min Jung & Oh Seul Ki outplayed Thai pair of Duanganong Aroonkesorn & Kunchala Voravichitchaikul, 23-21, 12-21, 21-9.
Thailand came strong in the men's & mixed doubles events by winning both titles, where Sudket Prapakamol & Phattapol Ngernsrisuk defeated Njoto Albertus Susanto & Wiratama Yohan Hadikusumo (HKG), while Songphon Anukritiyawon & Kunchala Voravichitchaikul won over Malaysian pair of Razif Abdul Latif & Norsyahliza Baharum, respectively.
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Chan Yan Kit made me a strong impression but he was lost by NguyenTienMinh.What a pity !!!!!!
Nah...it just happened that this pair has left an impression on me. The scoreline fully reflected my earlier comment that these 2 pairs are evenly matched. Yoga/Yonathan won in 3 close sets: 17-21, 21-19, 21-19.
I personally think that apart from Hoon/Tan, Khoo/Abdul Latif could well emerge as yet another one of Team Malaysia's men's doubles pair in the near future.
I think Sony or Simon will not find it easy beating Nguyen Tien Minh. He has the potential to rise to at least the top 25-30.