Japan Open SFinals Day

Discussion in 'Thailand Open / Japan Open 2005' started by hcyong, Apr 8, 2005.

  1. CanuckBur

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    1 Day to go!!

    My fellow BF/BC!!

    Only 1 day to go in the auctions!!

    We lost to Sigit and Candra to day. They played really well and it was a great match to play even though we lost.

    We were a little unlucky not to take the first set as we had setpoint and I made a netroll which was almost impossible to receive but Sigit managed to get it back. Well done, Sigit!!

    We´ll be back soon. Our level right now is "only" at 90 % so we can reach a higher level I´m sure.

    Thank you for your support here throughout these last weeks.

    Kind Regards

    Jonas
     
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    i'll say that again.. WHOOHOOOO! :D:D
     
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    JENS & METTE won!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  5. Mag

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    So, Candra/Sigit vs Eriksen/Lundgaard in the MD final.

    Told you so. :rolleyes: :D
     
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    Dear JR,
    Sorry for the results... Hope you do better next time round...
    all the best! :)
     
  7. SteveStanley

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    JR,

    Sorry about the results, I think you're just unlucky this time. Win the World Championship again in Anaheim this year, we'll be cheering for you there. :)

     
  8. hcpoirot

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    Hopefully he get well soon and can participate in Sudirman Cup.
     
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    i heard fu had some kind of illness for a long time. i forgot what kind of illness....i think it was something related to lungs or liver....
     
  10. CanuckBur

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    I was trying to find out what was his illness. May be a few days later there will be some news about it.

    Ra will be back to play mixed double for Korea at the Sudirman Cup. One story was that after the Olympic, she had one misfortune. At a hospital for her treatment of hernia, she had an allergy to the drug so she had to stay at the hospital for 3 days.

    JR was posting message this morning. I want to say some good wishes to him but couldn't think of one :eek:. Ok, this may not be the best one, I wish you in good health and continue to perform well at the Sudirman Cup.:)
     
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    Thank you. aiyuuw.
    Yes, I am happy for Chen Hong to conquer his nemesis. It is good for him and for badminton, as it is one less predictable result. :D

     

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