Thailand GP Open Finals 26/07/2009

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  1. OhLala

    OhLala Regular Member

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    Congrats Tien Minh for his new title. He's my real favorite player. Love to see his win...
     
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    Of course, it was not an accident. TM has ever beaten some other guys when he was out of top 40. He is a talented one. if he receives good investment, he will surely go further. I really wanna see him go to top 10 and beat other top 10 guys. Let's see!
     
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    arent they are the runner up in mo 09?:confused:
     
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    I watched Gunawan/Yulianto in the quarterfinal and semi-final. Gunawan looked a bit lost and seemed to run out of ideas. Yulianto and the coach had to guide Gunawan during the matches.

     
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    Ahh..

    ..owh, that's right...you even remember that??..:p
     
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    They competed in 2 Finals (Malaysia SS and Philippines Open GP Gold). They lost to Jung Jae Sung/Lee Yong Dae (3-sets) and Bona Septano/Mohd Ahsan (3-sets too). They did win the Candra Wijaya Men's Doubles Tournament in Jakarta a couple of months ago, which featured most of the 2nd-team pairs like Wifqi Windarto/Afiat Yuris Wirawan and Fernando Kurniawan/Lingga Lie, plus a couple of pairs from Singapore (Hendri Kurniawan Saputra/Hendra Wijaya), Malaysia and Japan (if I remember correctly).

    They lost in the SFs of:
    India, Malaysia, and Thailand Opens GP Golds.

    The problem has been Hendra A. Gunawan's nervousness.....
     
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    Thanks, latech.......:p

    Just watched the match, BP made a lot of unforced errors while NTM played aggresively to punished BP who was a bit slow and weak in all departments. :cool:

    A good win for NTM..........;)
     
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    Yep..

    ..whether it's his nervousness, his mind going blank/clueless at times, or he tends to lose concentration, bottom line is they're an inconsistent pair.

    I think they've reached their max. and they can probably score some success against those 2nd tiered pairs. Even so, there's no guarantee they could win against those 2nd tiered pairs. So, if they lose against lowered tiered pairs, don't be surprised or disappointed.;)
     

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