Taipei Open-Day 4 (12/09/2008)

Discussion in 'Chinese Taipei Open / Japan Open 2008' started by yan_brot, Sep 11, 2008.

  1. Jagdpanther

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    Lydia is 19, Julia is...?
     
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    HEHE....today is her birthday...21
     
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    Imabeppu/Matsuo beat Kakiiwa/Mizuki
    Lita/Endang in rubber with Sari/Yao
     
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    FANG Chieh Min/CHENG Wen Hsing 21-7、21-16 CHIEN Yu Chin/HSIEH Yu Hsin
    CHIEN Yu Chin is HSIEH Yu Hsin's girlfriend.
    CHOU Chia Chi will be CHIEN Yu Chin's new partner during the Japan Open.
    It said that CHENG Wen Hsing will concentrate on her another job at Chung Cheng University as a lecturer.
    I'm not sure whether whey will play together or not in the futrue.
     
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  5. Jagdpanther

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    limsy, thanks for the info.
    Anyone can send my 'Happy birthday' wish to her?:D

    BTW, this Yasuyo Imabeppu, any relation with Kaoru Imabeppu?:confused:
     
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    U Are welcome...i already wish her in friendster...:)...

    dunno about the second question...cant help u...sorry
     
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    Sairul was born in 1980 and just turned 28. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sairul_Amar_Ayob

    Btw, stop calling those in late 20's "semi-uncles"... It's so lame...
     
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    oh? ok then, the press puts Sairul as 31, 32, depends on which press.

    Semi-uncles is lame? Uncles is also lame then??? I do not wish to label them as uncle(as some do) = old & down the hill.

    You may nick name the players anything you wish..... some called Zakry/Fairuz as "The dwarfs" & other such nicknames, online & offline, which is worse. Or the other nick names the other baddy players have been called.
    How is that/those not irritating & "semi uncles" is irritating??
     
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    Shinta Mulia Sari/Yao Lei beat Lita Nurlita/Endang Nur Sugianti in 3 sets
     
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    First of all, I'm not the first one to say it "lame". Dreamzz has mentioned it before.

    "Semi-uncles" is just grammatically wrong and not cool at all...

    U can call them "veterans", "seasoned campaigners", or even "uncles in late 20's"...
     
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    Thanks. :)

    Simon must win... He is more stable lately...
     
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    Rani/Jo Novita beat Poluakan/Melati in 3 sets
    Boe/Moe beat Bona/Ahsan
     
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    As expected, the top-seed Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen beat Bona Septano/Mohd Ahsan.

    Rani Mundiasti/Jo Novita will have a tough battle against one of INA WD's arch enemy, the third-seed Yao Lei/Shinta Mulia Sari tomorrow.

    Simon Santoso should beat Eric Pang tomorrow, while Pia Bernadet Zebadiah will also have an intriguing match against the second-seed Saina Nehwal.

    Devin Lahardi/Lita Nurlita will also face another young Danish XD pair in Joachim Fischer-Nielsen/Christina Pedersen for a place in the Final.
     
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    <sigh> Then? ppl calling Zakry/Fairuz "The dwarfs", "The shorties" are cool?
    Fuzzy (which suggests they're fuzzy & blurry all the time) is cool? BCers still continue using it.

    There're ppl who call Sairul = Uncle Botak. Yap Kim Hock = "that botak guy" which to me is more degrading than "uncle" or "semi-uncle"

    "Uncles in late 20s" is even worse, it suggests they're uncles already over the hill at 28/29,
    veterans = uncle age (>30) = old & drained,
    "seasoned campaigners"... sessh that's too long to type, they wouldnt use it & no oomph. You'll be surprised how many "gramatically wrong" wordings become succesful nicks/slogans cos it doesnt follow grammar. + what is cool to one can be un-cool to another.

    I did think of using the CCs for CCM/CCE as their initials happen to be the same but that sounds like Credit Card or another thing that's not nice.

    Anyway, if you all think is not cool or gramatically wrong,you dont have to read it. I dont use, by now other ppl will use. There're other ppl call the players more degrading nick names.
     
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    Razif/Tan beat Hendra/Yoga
     
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    any score??? for Indonesia player
     
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    well, in-house press - ie. a BC member who interviewed him personally - backs up the 28-this-week claim. See this thread.
     
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    MS Q:
    simon won 17 n 15
    Eric won 12 n 13
    Roslin won 19,-16,12
    Nguyen won 12 n 7

    WS Q:
    Cheah won 18,-17,13
    Chiu won 17,-14,19
    Pia won 16 n 19
    Saina won 19,-18,16
     

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