Russian Open 2007

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  1. badMania

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    I thought they will win too....but...this is a GP Gold event...so...the learning curve is pretty steep for the young Pelatnas pair.
     
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    Ingo Kindervater/Katrin Piotrowski are also forced to a rubber...29-30 in the second set...interesting :rolleyes: Well, I hope Anggun/Lia can qualify for the QF...the furthest they can possibly go now.
     
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    kindervater/piotrowski had won the third set, now the road to qf is nearly free :)
     
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    Both Maria Elfira Christina and Fransisca Ratnasari have progressed to R16.
     
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    Fira has a good chance to reach QTR...I hope Nana can defeat Cheng to reach QTR...who would have thought that Nana has improved since her slump last year and this year...:cool:
     
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    Rumbaka goes to R16....opponent is injured...
     
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    Look's like this thread is going to be populated by only INA fans.....with no MAS participation :D

    Yup, Maria Elfira Christina faces Katie Tolmoff tomorrow in a winnable tie.
    It will be tough for Fransisca Ratnasari against Cheng Shao-Chieh, but, for her to win 1 match in the main draw is already a good enough result :cool:
     
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    Oh? News-flash from someone in the stadium?
     
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    It's really good that Russian Open decides to adopt tournamentsoftware at the last minute...now we can have the luxury of live-scores :D
     
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    Yes....thats right!:D
     
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    Cheng Shao Chieh has not performed well..so Nana should take her chances...
     
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    Ok...MD will start shortly....with Rian/Yoke and Anggun/Tantowi.
     
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    what the hell happened to juliane schenk? how could she lose against yu hirayama? i hope she just had a bady day and is not injured as her doubles "mate" nicole grether
     
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    Rian/Yoke lost the second set 19-21, despite leading 14-10 :eek: They took the first set easily 21-10.

    Meanwhile, Anggun Nugroho/Tantowi Akhmad have beaten their opponent in rubber-sets 21-9, 17-21, 21-14. They will entertain the 4th seed Mike Beres/William Milroy tomorrow.
     
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    It was an unconvincing start for Rian Sukmawan/Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki as they beat Evgenij Dremin/Alexej Vasiljev 21-10, 19-21, 23-21. The Russian pair actually had a match point at 21-20 before Rian/Yoke finished them off with the final 3 points of the match. What a close shave......

    They better play better if they are to stand a chance against the vastly improving Tsai Chia-Hsin/Hu Chung-Hsien tomorrow :cool:
     
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    As expected, Bona Septano/Mohd Ahsan are still inexperienced as they lost 17-21, 16-21 to the 5th-seed Kristof Hopp/ Ingo Kindervater.
     
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    are bona/mohd youth players? how old are they?
     
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    Bona/Ahsan are both 20 yo.
     
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    Rendra Wijaya/Fran Kurniawan also progress to R16 after a straight-set victory over Chris Langridge/Richard Eidestedt 21-18, 21-14. They will face the second-seed Michal Logosz/Robert Mateusiak tomorrow. A tough match is in store :cool:

    In the WD, Yulianti/Nathalia Christine Poluakan are forced into rubber-set :rolleyes:
     
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    Yulianti/Nathalia Christine Poluakan have progressed after a rubber-set 21-13, 15-21, 21-10 victory over a Russian pair. They will face the top-seed Chien Yu-Chin/Cheng Wen-Hsing tomorrow.
     

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