Thailand GP Gold 2009: Day 3

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  1. PoLLuX

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    Several interesting matches

    Beiwen ZHANG [7][SIN] Vs Shizuka UCHIDA [JPN]
    Zhang Beiwen is quite promising IMO. Hope he manage to win this match against Uchida

    Rong WANG [CHN] Vs [HKG]Chen WANG [2]
    I am expecting some upset here. IMO, Wang Chen is under-performance since Singapore SS, dunno what happen to her. Lost motivation maybe? or should I ask Rahayu what is going on? :p

    Ling GAO [4]/Yili WEI [CHN] Vs [MAS] Sook Chin CHONG/Khe Wei WOON
    I really want to go there and cheering for The cutie Woon khe wei :D. Hope Mas pair give some fight.

    Tan Fook CHOONG [1]/Wan Wah LEE [MAS] Vs [INA] Riky WIDIANTO/Komang Sandy WIJAYA I
    Never heard about Komang Wijaya before and dunno how strong is this pair. Hope Ina pair could force rubber sets against Mas Uncles.

    Eui Seok CHUNG [8]/Ki Jung KIM [KOR] Vs [MAS] Mohd Lutfi Zaim ABDUL KHALID/Kok Siang TEO
    It is the time for Teo Kok Siang to proof that his titles in Junior is worthy enough.

    Tin D.CABALLES/Nipitphon PHUANGPHUAPET [THA] Vs [INA] Alvent Yulianto CHANDRA/Hendra Aprida GUNAWAN [3]
    One of favorites against semifinalist of current AJC. Jia you Alvent/Hendra :D

    Ratchanok INTANON [THA] Vs [CHN] Jian LIU
    Two young players in battle. Never heard about Liu Jian before, but "upset" is possible in this match.
     
  2. limsy

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    iah!!!
    all the best to mas and thailand player:)
     
  3. george@chongwei

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    hehe, all mas xd players are playing on all 4 courts now:)
     
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    But I wonder whether he is too short to be a world class player. No offense. Just my thinking. Unless he can become another YAP KIM HOCK but at the moment he looks more like a chubby boy to me than a very fit and strong Yap Kim Hock who used his pace to outdo his opponents when he was at his prime.
     
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    Let's just wait and see the final outcome of the match.
     
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    do u mean a chubby boy?:eek:
    i guess u have no idea how heavy teo kok siang is?:cool:
    below 60 i think.
     
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    How tall is he...? :confused:

    His family members all not tall..ler......his brother Teo Kok Seng also short...mah...! ;)
     
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    height is not a problem,see kido and jjs:cool:

    in range of 165-170cm i think:)
     
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    camon uncle wong choong hann..
    sifu power:D
     
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    looks like hu yun is having a tough time there.
    koreans youngster park wan ho is giving him some problem .
     
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    wow..PWH wins the 1st set 21-19;)
     
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    Can anyone give us some information about "Wong Choong Han". I Wonder why he is MAS player but has the name of Korean!
     
  13. limsy

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    wow:eek:
    are u sure wong choong hann is korea name?:eek:
    wch is 2003 world championship runner up to xia xuan ze:)
     
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    :)Well, I think so!
    Wong is reaching to achive in his match today! He'll defeat Rho Ye Wook.
     
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    Heavy? Worst still. Short and heavy. Can't imagine. No hope lah. :D
     
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    faint faint,i mean he is not heavy at all;)
     
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    lol, hu yun is teaching the young koreans some badminton lesson in the 3rd set now.
     
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    The 'coconut tree' hairstyle lady of thailand is winning over Korean......
     
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    Oops! I see. Then there is some hope but I still think height is an advantage in today's fiercely competing game. See China, they purposely select those tall players only. However I have to admit that outcasts like Xu Huai Wen and Pi Hong Yan had proved that height is not a must to succeed though I still believe it does provides an edge.
     
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    haha,dont know how she feel if i tell her someone call her like that?:p
     

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