Swiss Open Qualifications

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  1. seven

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    It was Mateusiak/Kostiuczyk who won in AE qualifying against YIM Bang Eun and LEE Kyung Won. This time (Swiss Open qualifying) the Koreans won against the other Polish MX pair - Logosz/Augustyn. Mateusiak/Kostiuczyk are now to play the Taipei pair to enter the main draw.

    AE was the first tournament where Polish are playing also MX except MD and LD. I think Mateusiak/Kostiuczyk should be succesful and enter MX top twenty in the nearest future.

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    Yes, I saw it wasn't the same pair but they probably exchange their tactics! ;)

    These polish players are already world class in WD and MD, they might well be MX pairs to follow seriously in the near future... :cool:
     
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    The WS title holder of The 2005 USA SCBA international :BEENHAKKER Brenda of NED lost to a korean double player KOR KIM Mi Young.

    I also want to know if MEULENDIJKS and DE WIT have retired!I have never found they play a match after olympics games 2004.
     
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    De Wit has (for now) and Meulendijks had a serious injury (think it was an achilles or ACL) and still has to make a comeback ...
     

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