Semifinal Line-Up

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  1. badMania

    badMania Regular Member

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    Fu/Cai: 3 straight titles -- Singapore, Indonesia, China Masters 2007
    Kido/Hendra: 3 straight titles -- China, Hong Kong Opens 2007, Malaysia Open 2008
    Koo/Tan: 2 straight titles twice -- All-England, Swiss Opens 2007 (they lost in Korea Open 2007, after winning the MAS Open); Macau and Denmark Opens 2007
    Jung/Lee: 2 straight titles -- All-England, Swiss Opens 2008
     
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    full result of semis match???
     
  3. leonardklh

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    jung and lee also three straight title.. including german...

    (german,all england and swiss)

     
  4. badMania

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    Check the results again ;)
    Hwang Ji Man/Lee Jae Jin won the German Open title by beating Jung Jae Sung/Lee Yong Dae in the Final.
     
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    A bit surprise of JJS/LYD's loss to Guo/Xie. The Chinese pair must have been playing well.
     
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    That shows that every MD pair has their own "times"....this mth belongs to a certain pair and the next mth it will change. Gone is the period of long-time domination by only one or two pairs.
     
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    what about Kamila and Nadia?
     
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    Good to know the CCM/CCE manage to win over TG/CW. CCE was the main factor here. CCM is still under the weather. I guess TG/CW was under under the weather. ;)
     
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    they lost to JPN.
     
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    jpn def. pol 21-18 21-19 soooooo close =[
     
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    KOO/TAN: They also won the Philippine Open 2007.
     
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    thank you a lot :)
     
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    In contrast to a SIN fan comment:p
     
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    As a player, Smith should control his temper and keep cool. I suppose he was frustrated with himself but not to the extent of showing it so openly...........
     
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    I think he is talking about superseries.

     
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    I'd agree with this view. The phenomenon seems to also spreading to other categories in SS tourneys to certain extent. It makes matches more interesting and hard to predict.
     
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    Obviously team China always study their main opponents very well... and from my point of view JJS/LYD is the pair that will give team China alot of trouble when comes the Olympic, and there is no doubt in my mind, that team China have already came up some sort of a counter already.

    Come on, LYD!!!!! You have got to step up your game to another level again!!!:cool:
     
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    You can't win every week

    Its hard to win back to back titles. Korean doubles were trained to hit top form at AE Championships.
     

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