Russian Open 2007: Day 4 (08 Dec)

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  1. badMania

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    Meanwhile, Alamsyah Yunus is also doing well as he leads Lu Yi 11-6 at the interval of the first set.
     
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    Come on YUNUS...

    add oil.....add oil.....add oil.....
     
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    cmon ALam....12-12
     
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    A nervy ending is in store as the Japanese pair leads 11-10 at the interval of the rubber-set, despite trailing 7-10.
     
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    add oil..add oil...RIAN/Yoke...u guys can do it
     
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    Yunus...Just finnish it..2 point only mah.....
     
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    It's all over as Rian Sukmawan/Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki lost to the top-seed Shuichi Sakamoto/Shintaro Ikeda 21-16, 12-21, 13-21.

    In the other match, Alamsyah Yunus lost a 19-14 lead to Lu Yi as the Chinese player takes the first set 21-19 :mad:
     
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    i was surprised as well...only 2 points an he lost it...perhaps stage nervous or whar?:confused::confused::confused:
     
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    Lu Yi always manages to catch up with Alamsyah....quite frustrating for Alam. Lu Yi will win this match....
     
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    Lu Yi is finishing the match as he leads 18-15.
     
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    Lu Yi is through to the Final as he beat Alamsyah Yunus 21-19, 21-16. Andre Kurniawan Tedjono will have his hands full tomorrow if he's to beat Lu Yi.
     
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    LuYi....you..make..me..feel..happy...tonite...
     
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    Andre's match against Chen Yu is the LONGEST of the tournament so far, lasting 65 mins.
     

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