Malaysia Open 2006: FINAL (18/06)

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  1. z3048018

    z3048018 Regular Member

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    anyone notice the schedule prior to the start? if i'm not mistaken it's only showing for an hour!!! i hope i'm blind!!
     
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    Here is the million-dollar question. Why only LCW put in a lot of hardwork? I can deduce from your comment that LCW is able to perform and train hard despite not-as-good training facilities. So, what happened to the other players? Do these other players who does not put in a lot of hardwork deserve unweavering support too even though they are lazier?
     
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    Has the finals started yet? Any live scores from any1 watching?
     
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    Wow, seems my message just now have evoke anger of certain members, sorry if i did so, but i din mean to accuse anyone. That is what i felt only, don take it so serious, and so sorry to the Lin Dan fans.
    I did not said that that CTF and KKK was humble or they are arrogant. For me, I like Peter Gade who always smile even he is having a hard games, or maybe he din smile .
    It maybe a technique to be arrogant as badminton involve a little bit mental strength.
     
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    Now playing women's doubles. Du Jing/Yu Yang won the first set, now playing the second set also...serving at 12-11..
     
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    Du Jing/Yu Yang vs Gao Ling/Huang Sui

    14 - 13
    14 - 14
    15 - 14
    15 - 15
    15 - 16
    15 - 17
    15 - 18
    15 - 19
    16 - 19
    16 - 20 Game Point
    16 - 21 Game

    Anyway the first set was won by Du Jing/Yu Yang 21 -9
     
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    thanks for the update, vince_kan :)
     
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    one set all...it seems like its going to script
     
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    Set 3

    0 - 1
    0 - 2
    1 - 2
    1 - 3
    1 - 4
    2 - 4
    3 - 4
    4 - 4 (so funny Gao ling threw her racquet out of the court)
    5 - 4
    6 - 4
    7 - 4
    7 - 5
    7 - 6
    7 - 7
    8 - 7
     
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    7-5 now
    ...............
     
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    Set 3

    0 - 1
    0 - 2
    1 - 2
    1 - 3
    1 - 4
    2 - 4
    3 - 4
    4 - 4 (so funny Gao ling threw her racquet out of the court)
    5 - 4
    6 - 4
    7 - 4
    7 - 5
    7 - 6
    7 - 7
    8 - 7
    8 - 8
    9 - 8
    10 - 8
    10 - 9
    10 - 10
    11 - 10
    BREAK TIME
    News on RTM1
    16 -15
     
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    Players showing emotions on court are normal. They have to put their game face on and some time have to shout in order to uplift themselves. It is not rude to do that unless you are shouting vulgar words to the opponent. However sometimes they do give their opponent a kind of "stare". Anyway all these happenes on court. When after the game , everything goes back to normal. These kind of players whoever they are that you think is rude, they are not rude. I know them well enought to tell u that they are not that kind of person you think they are. End of discussion.. lets get back to the game. :)
     
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    errrrr, what game? another news break :crying:
     
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    Du Jing/Yu Yang vs Gao Ling/Huang Sui
    Set 3

    0 - 1
    0 - 2
    1 - 2
    1 - 3
    1 - 4
    2 - 4
    3 - 4
    4 - 4 (so funny Gao ling threw her racquet out of the court)
    5 - 4
    6 - 4
    7 - 4
    7 - 5
    7 - 6
    7 - 7
    8 - 7
    8 - 8
    9 - 8
    10 - 8
    10 - 9
    10 - 10
    11 - 10
    BREAK TIME
    News on RTM1
    16 - 15
    16 - 16
    16 - 17
    16 - 18
    17 - 18
    17 - 19
    17 - 20 Match Point

     
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    Du Jing/Yu Yang vs Gao Ling/Huang Sui
    Set 3

    0 - 1
    0 - 2
    1 - 2
    1 - 3
    1 - 4
    2 - 4
    3 - 4
    4 - 4 (so funny Gao ling threw her racquet out of the court)
    5 - 4
    6 - 4
    7 - 4
    7 - 5
    7 - 6
    7 - 7
    8 - 7
    8 - 8
    9 - 8
    10 - 8
    10 - 9
    10 - 10
    11 - 10
    BREAK TIME
    News on RTM1
    16 - 15
    16 - 16
    16 - 17
    16 - 18
    17 - 18
    17 - 19
    17 - 20 Match Point
    17 - 21 Game

    Match won by Gao Ling and Huang Sui
    9 - 21, 21 - 16, 21- 17


     
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    what a great flick serve!!
     
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    Let us wait for the WS.I think it will be a very exciting games.All the best to ZN
     
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    Now, who can say WD competition is sick?
     
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    emotions.

    I totally agreed, we are all human. To err is to human. I knew them personally as well.:D :D :D
    I see tennis players tends to be more gentlemen.
    Just curious on having drummers in the hall, do you think this is a good thing? I saw it in sin open where there are drummers upstairs and wonder if it put off some of the local players. Do they train with drums?:D :D
    rgds

     
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    What's Next? MS match?
     
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