THAILAND Open GP Gold 2013 : Qualification to FINAL (4th-9th June 2013)

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  1. fd16n

    fd16n Regular Member

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    i mean indonesia ms who its name has 3 words like wisnu:D
     
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    Wow...Wisnu Yuli Prasetyo makes it to his second GPG SF! Well-done!
     
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    Edi\Gloria lost to the more experience pair of Taipei with twin score 20 22 20 22

     
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    Sony Dwi Kuncoro, Andre Kurniawan Tedjono, Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka, Shesar Hiren Rhustavito, Thomi Azizan Mahbub, Fikri Ihsandi Hadmadi, Rivan Fauzin Ivanuddin, Ihsan Maulana Musthofa, Muhammad Bayu Pangisthu ?? all of them except Andre are Pelatnas player.

    meanwhile, so sad edi/gloria lost :(
     
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    Bad.Q.12 Regular Member

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    simon santoso

     
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    but tomorrow he will be up against (most likely) Boonsak :(
    so hard.... anyway, Wisnu has ever defeated Nguyen Tien Minh, Boonsak is not much better than Nguyen.
    so, Wisnu should have a chance. although quite slim
     
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    haha, i think you have to read the whole conversation :D
     
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    are Ina new pairing (WD,MX) permanent till Brazil 2016 or just temp??

    Polli n Nitya?? stronger than Polli Jauhari??
     
  9. fd16n

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    @fathonezic i think you really know which one that i mean:D. Afterall you already say it above:D
     
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    3 of the 1st Seed were knocked today they all played at the same court, TV court, maybe they knew i would happen so that views can watch the upset in action ::) n Boonsak is now playing at that 'upset' court.. can he survive the wave???? :)
     
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    haha... dont worry, i know it :D
     
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    Excellent Srikanth.. He has won against Military return man of korea in straight games.. 21-17,21-18
     
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    Srikanth, prannoy, gurusaidutt, anand pawar, saurabh varma and sai praneeth are almost even. Anybody can beat anyone on a given day. Ajay Jayaram and kashyap dont seem to be that competitive anymore, irrespective of their rankings.

    Srikanth and Prannoy have ability to frequently stun stronger opponents. Good to see Srikanth in the semis. I wouldnt be surprised even if he makes it to the finals. Good day for India considering MS result.

    Saina is going Kashyap, Jayram's way. Way past her peak, I guess.
     
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    Aiying was S'pore's no.1 but did not improve after winning the US Open years ago. She is the most experienced and now that her teammates have progressed pretty well under Luan Jin, it's time for her to buck up and be counted.
     
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    Yeah, surprising result...credit to Gu Juan who beat Saina for the first time.
     
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    Rajiv Ouseph saved 7 match points to force deuce and seal second game, 23-21. What a waste by Boonsak...
     
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    Rajiv Ouseph just won 7 points in a row from 20-13 down and ended up taking the second game against Boonsak.

    At the same time Adcock and Ellis just won 7 points in a row against Kido and Chandra and also ended up winning their game.

    Nice symmetry :D
     
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    Sigh! Alvent/Kido lost narrowly to ENG pair Adcock/Ellis, 15-21 / 21-13 / 19-21.
     
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    Tomorrow he is going to meet the local player. Let's see how he performs. I have full belief in him.

    Yes.. You are correct. Top 2 WS players are without a single title this year (Li Xuerui, Saina). Even Yihan has GPG title so far but not Superseries title. This proves how difficult for WS players this year. So, Indonesian Open will be very tough i guess. Sindhu has very tough opponents on her way in Indonesian open than Saina Nehwal. Sindhu is placed in the branch where Yihan, SungJi HYun, Li xuerui are placed. Let's see how she does. But i have hope on her. She is blooming day by day. I am very much impressed by her performances. Saina have to take rest for few months and then come back.
     
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    Somehow Saina's fitness and speed have deserted her. She looked lethargic and this gave GJ a chance to move her around and win decisive points despite making a number of unforced errors.
     

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