Singapore Open 2006: QUARTER-FINAL (09/06)

Discussion in 'Singapore Open / Malaysia Open / Chinese Taipei Op' started by badMania, Jun 8, 2006.

  1. shah88

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    In my opinion, I think Indo's XD and MD can go through the finals.. they look quite strong. I have a feeling that Indo's XD buntet/widianto will meet Emms/Nathan. tough fight man!
     
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    CCM n Koo Kien Keat were lectured by Yap Kim Hock?

    Poor guys... but they had been performing badly.. Hope they will do well in the next tournament..
     
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    Thanks, previous post make more sense to me now.
    My knowledge of malay is increasing :)
     
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    U are learning Malay?
     
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    I thought the MD's match ..KKK n CCM was really exhilirating! tought fight la.
     
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    I watched the match and KKK/CCM made a lot of mistakes. They could not break down the defense of Sigit/Flandy, neither could they defend against the Indonesian attacks. If KKK/CCM had forced the rubber game, maybe they could have won the match as the older Indonesians were getting tired.

    Saw Lunguard landing badly on his feet and limping off the court. Ouch...
     
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    Yeah, because they were injured, they didn't get to walk past my seat... no chance to get autograph. :( :crying:
     
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    The other day a reporter wrote his name as MUH HASIM :eek:
     
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    why not lecture by Rexy, their coach?
    is Rexy very disappointed already?

    many thanks to badMania for the lovely details........
    :)
     
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    The DBF site says it was Jens Eriksen who was injured, not Lundgaard.
     
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    oh....pity Lundgaard.
    Not sure if he can play in MO or Chinese Taipei Open or not?
     
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    Rest of badMania's post, snipped for brevity..
    wow, must be a long day-thanks again for sharing your report and experiences during the QF, badMania..Regarding your comment of "seeing a number of restaurants surrounding it", hmm, sorry, are they new restaurants?? I thought you went to SIS before?? Cos i remember there were a commercial complex w/restaurants already on the left side of the stadium(if you are exiting the stadium). Yah, for sandwiches, i remember last yr. i couldn't find one nearby(i had to buy and bring some foods/drinks from near my hotel, prior to coming to SIS and put them on a makeshift table in front near the entrance door, as they wouldn't allow outside food to be brought in. I guess that's why the Japanese players who tried to eat McD, were told they couldn't do so)..:p:rolleyes:
     
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    Well...I have not been to the SIS for a number of years and with the developments surrounding it (many new condominiums, etc), its no suprise that I was "lost"...hehehe :D Yup, no outside food was allowed. Only food from the Cheers stores inside the SIS was allowed inside the stadium. The food was okay....I bought a couple of bakpao ($1.40)...nasi lemak ($2.20) and an ice milo ($2). Altogether, it was S$5.60...rather expensive (esp the ice milo)...but I can understand.
     
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    Well.don't be angry. i just tell my opinion.For me,theycan be the world no1, they are still very skillful and good players.Just hope them can recover soon.
     
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    Really,how you know this.Really poor guys.:crying: :crying: .Hope the lectur can let them perform better in MO 2006.Its coming next week .I am very exciting.However, i still waiting and surpport them.
     
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    Badmia,
    Buildings around SIS was developed quite some times (perhaps, 4-5 year old at least.) Construction nearby cause you confusion. Even for me involving in that particular project, used to lost of the way sometime as road / area are often diverted or change.

    Price of Food in SIS is NOT rather expensive. It is indeed very expensive charging like 6* hotel rate. You can get the same thing with half of the price that you paid outside. But outside food is NOT allowed. So the rules make us either eating expensive stuff or not eating at all.

    BTW, what time will you be in SIS? I am at office (5-minute drive) and counting the time for gate opening.

     
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    They got it wrong, its not Eriksen.
     
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    The commercial complex with eating places were demolished. We thought of going there for lunch on the first day and found empty land. :D
     
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    Off topic..

    :eek: :confused: :rolleyes: ...really??..wow, so in 1 yr since i've been there, quite a lot has changed heh..:rolleyes:
    Anyways, thanks for your further info..:)
     
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