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Discussion in 'Dutch / Danish / German Open 2003' started by Zax, Sep 16, 2003.
Hafiz vs Anders
After leading 11-2, 14-10 ... Hafiz has been caught up to 14-14!!!
Sure, this was the good WGP to participate in for points.
German Open will be much higher level for the same number of points (2*)!!
and then Hafiz lost 14-17.... oh dear.
match between Park and Shon has been going on for at least an hour now.
Hafiz vs Anders
Anders Boesen finally won the first set 17-14!!!
maybe Zax will have an explanation to what happened!?
Hafiz is leading again in the second set (6-2)
Shon eventually won 15-5 15-12
12-7 for Hafiz in the second set...
15-7 for Hafiz!
Hafiz vs Anders - Final Score
Hafiz wins 14-17 15-7 15-10.
The semis :
Lee Hyun Il vs Lee Chong Wei
Shon Seung Mo vs Hafiz Hashim
the Koreans are certainly the big winners so far in the Dutch Open.
at the semi stage, they have:
2 spots in MS
1 spot in WS
3 spots in MD
3 spots in WD
3 spots in XD
Seven, you really are so familiar with the players. Good match for Mogensen. Young player matched with experienced player and winning bodes well for the future.
Anders Boesen is a guy with true grit coming back from 11-2 down in teh 1st set.
So sad, Chan/Chew are no longer a force to be reckoned with having lost to the 3rd ranked Korean in straight set!
Re: Re: MD
I saw Mogensen in the Toulouse Open (A grade Open) last year, where he reached the semis in MD and final in XD (with Kamilla Juhl, Thomas Laybourn's new partner).
He is very gifted but also very nonchalant, he didn't really look like a hard-worker to me...
(maybe he was just in a bad period?)
In the battle of 2 Lee-s, the elder Lee from Korea beat the Malaysian young star 15-5 in the 1st set.
Come on, Chong Wei..... go!!!
Lee HI bt Lee CW 15-5, 15-12
15-12 in the second for the Korean... it's finished for Chong Wei!
Scoring seems to have halted
From down 5-11 to 11-11, Hafiz boleh
Taking the lead 12-11