World Championship Day 2 (Aug/24/2010)

Discussion in 'World Championships 2010' started by etudiant, Aug 23, 2010.

  1. huangkwokhau

    huangkwokhau Regular Member

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    Yes..19-15 for CSH..Madbad and suetyan did not paw this one...go..go..haha
     
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    Battle of INA is up next. Can Fran/Pia upset the vets?
     
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    amazing that they have played at least 8 tournaments during this summer..wondering how much money they spent as well as training in china in between
     
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    haha.. finally CSC won :( Again, Bae lost to the same opponent! When can Bae bt CSC???? I am looking for the day Bae can defeat CSC.
     
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    You're on holiday. Go out and enjoy the sun. We don't want to see you hanging around BC. ;):p
     
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    final score 21-2 / 21-5 .

    ouch.
     
  7. etudiant

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    CSC kept her mastery over BSH.....history repeated again....!!!
     
  8. huangkwokhau

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    Yes...14 ponits and 0 for madbad/suetyan
     
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    SIGH. 70 minutes of attrition. Well done CSC. Still reigning supreme over BSH
     
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    hmm... maybe Chris can help us to solve this question? :D
     
  11. pajrul

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    shaky but ina is still doing ok... china is on track to lyb predictions.... korea is in very good shape ... denmark is good too .. malaysia is very very shaky ... sigh
    still... its early days yet
     
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    haha...back to the mainland...like Csh's style
     
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    Bae Seung Hee becomes the first Korea player that says bye bye to the World Championship this year.
     
  14. huangkwokhau

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    Alvent may not play anymore next year ( not decided yet) but for sure..he is a coach and sparring partner now for Unisys Japan ( almost 2 yrs now with them) so there is a chance that Alvent may end up coaching full time there as Reony Manaiky ( from Unisys) is promoted to japanese national coach for MD
     
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    Five upsets today:
    - Chen (SIN) over Anand (IND)
    - Yoo/Kim (KOR) over Chen/Chou (TPE)
    - Triyachart/Yao (SIN) over Mateusiak/Zieba (POL)
    - Saputra/Wijaya (SIN) over Chandra/Gunawan (INA)
    -Cheng (TPE) over Bae (KOR)
     
  16. huangkwokhau

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    I thought she is 16 yrs...Chris may not know but Agus may
     
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    Birthday Party Led Wang Sisters To Represent USA In Uber Cup 2010

    KUALA LUMPUR, May 8 (Bernama) -- Had it not been for a relative's birthday party, seven years ago, sisters Rena and Iris Wang would not be representing the USA in the current Uber Cup 2010 tournament being held here.

    It fact, it was at their cousin Priscilla Lun's birthday celebration there that the siblings were first introduced to a game of badminton with the birthday girl herself.

    Co-incidentally, Lun, a top badminton player, is in the Uber Cup team, with the Wang sisters.

    "Our interest was fired up about seven years ago, when Iris and I were so impressed with the manner Priscilla played badminton during the party," said Rena, 18, a semifinalist at the Pan Am Badminton tournament last year.

    Asked to comment on time management of her studies and the game, she said her training and involvement in the Uber Cup tournament did not affect her studies.

    "I'm used to training daily after my classes," said the first-year student from University of California, who is majoring in Biology.

    Iris, 15, said that although the training was tough and challenging, she managed to cope with her studies.

    On the USA's chances in the Uber Cup, especially when drawn against Malaysia and defending champion China in Group A, she said chances were slim to beat Malaysia as it was one of the stronger teams in the tournament, while the Great Wall team would be defending the Uber Cup for the 12th time.

    "If we are unable to perform well here, we will try our best in the Olympic Games," said the Arcadia High School student.

    USA Uber Cup players comprise the Wang sisters, Lun, Eva Lee, Keui-Ya Chen, Cee Nantana Ketpura and Mesinee Mangkalakiri.


    Source: http://www.badminton-information.co...isters-to-represent-usa-in-uber-cup-2010.html
     
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    hmm.. maybe her birthday is between June and August? Because was reported in May (the uber cup news) that she was 15. Maybe she turned 16 in June, July or August. :D
     
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    oh dear.... .lydia might be thinking.... "i shoulda let my sister play instead" .. 14- 3
     
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    I just drop by and say sorry to both of you. :p Good night!
     

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