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Discussion in 'Chinese Taipei Open / Japan Open 2008' started by huangkwokhau, Sep 7, 2008.
Chen Kang was coaching women double as well as mixed double today....
For your query..
..btw, her family name/surname is Sari...and this is her BWF profile:
..and her pic:
http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=51689 (1st pic)
Again, CEO of Yonex watched all matches all day....he admired Tony/Candra very much....even after their loss, he came and had some encouraging words for them......
It was really nice talking to Gillian Clark about the badminton in future, player's association. BWF's etc.......glad that we had many things in common........
India Badminton association has asked Saina to participate at World Junior Championsip.....she prefers to play Denmark/French Open to get to top 10..
It si very sad to say that Main media outlet do not report badminton at all, even in a small sections news..Bali tennis tournament got more coverage...( Taipei Times, China post and Taiwan news)......not good for badminton at all
There were reports about Chien/Cheng's progress to the Final and Chiu Yi Ju's honorable loss to Lydia Cheah in the United Daily News (one of the largest newspapers in Taiwan, apart from the China Times): udn.com
3 news reports in UDN today:
1. The home pair WD's victory and "Winnie" Cheng Wen-Hsing's impending return to teaching job, which means the partnership is temporarily split.
2. Fang Chieh-Min's bad-luck in the XD Final.
3. Collective report of victories for Simon and Saina.
no wonder, a lot of TPE players in Bali
Hsieh Su Wei won in double paired with Shuai Peng beat Petrova/Domachowska 6-7 7-6 10-7 (Peng played amazing well yesterday, saved a lot of MPs)
Chan Yu Jan through to Quarter, lost to Hantuchova
Hmm, hard choice for Saina. As host of upcoming World Junior Championship 2008, certainly India hopes Saina will take title, but its schedule (24 October-02 November/08) will clash with two SS tournaments next month.
^^If she is over 19..^^
..then technically and by rule she can't qualify; i think she is only 18 yrs. old this yr, so, yeah, it'll be her last chance...Btw, she hasn't won the WJC title, yet...
I guess they only reported in Chinese language newspaper....apparently not in English one.
Hauge, I enjoy reading your diary... Thanks a lot...