2009 AE: Day 5 (Semi-Finals) Saturday March 7

Discussion in 'German Open / All England / Swiss Open 2009' started by Andi Sumantri, Mar 6, 2009.

  1. tommy_bun

    tommy_bun Regular Member

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    If Jiang Yan Jiao to meet Wang Yihan in the final,It will be the battle of you and me :D:p:D:p:D
     
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    :):) Thanks God, Chris you're back in.
     
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    What a typical badMania. I'm not sure if you really watched that PG-TH match but I did.

    Let me tell you this: It was more of Peter Gade losing the match than Taufik winning it. Peter was way too slow and passive but it will be a total ball game against Lee Chong Wei.

    Having said that, I think Taufik still has a chance against Datuk but Datuk has a slight edge though, probably 55-45.
     
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    Whooww... hufffh... all the best to Taufik and Flandy/Anastasia Russkikh...:):)

    it will be start at 12.30. i think i can watch the livescore, hehe...:):)

    INDONESIA SEMANGAT!!!!!!
     
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    LCW never won a fully fit TH....before.......LCW even lost to a 80% fit TH in Macau and French Open...........so a slim chance for LCW this time also.....

    Lets see how LCW fight for his first ever AE Final...........best wishes for LCW....
     
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    :eek:...What happened to PG....sick...?
     
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    Agree.
    PG tactically lost it with that coach who's not MF.
    This is not TH's last chance. He still has a lot of mileage unused since he has not played as much badminton as LCW or LD.TH will always have a chance as long as he's motivated but the outcome also depends on his opponent and that means the draw..
     
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    He Hanbin/Yu Yang over Limpele/Russkikh - Flandy is smart and Anastasia is no pushover, but well oiled CHN powerhouses will hammer them home.

    Taufik Hidayat over LCW - amazing what motivation can do to Taufik's game, complete reversal from his form at SS Finals.

    Jiang Yanjiao over Tine Rasmussen - Tine's lack of concentration at certain moments almost cost her yesterday, Jiang will not be charitable

    Boe/Mogensen over Cai/Fu - technical Danes outmaneuver superfast Chinese

    Wang Yihan over Nanna Brosolat Jensen - walk in the park for WYH, Nanna has done well but still not at the same level.

    Lin Dan over Chen Jin - no comment.

    Zheng Bo/Ma Jin over Ko/Ha - powerful Chinese destroy Korean hope

    Zhang Yawen/Zhao Tingting over Du Jing/Yu Yang - more experienced girls prevail

    Cheng Shu/Zhao Yunlei over Ha/Kim - Koreans just don't have enough power or stamina

    Han Sang Hoon/Hwang Ji Man over LYD and his new partner - seniority rules plus LYD not in best form.
     
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    the world vs the MIGHTY CHINA...hehe....

    th vs ld in final...hehe
     
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    go taufik... Im glad u r back
     
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    Indonesia hope is on their independent players..
    Bad news for PBSI to hear that..
     
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    come on lee chong wei!!
     
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    As long as th still plays under ina's flag, pbsi has no problem with th's winning
     
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    Gambateh taufik hidayat
     
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    This is certainly a strange MS event. For a #1 seed, LCW is one of the most afterthoughts there's ever been.

    LD has more than earned his applauds. His supreme display today against JP shows he's ready to roll.

    TH's display against a strangely lost PG shows he's determined to capture the title that has eluded him. Two heartbreaks are more than enough.

    And then there's LCW, sputtering along, trying to glue his stuttering form together. When the pressure has been on, LCW has stumbled many a time. Guess what? He is more than happy to be out of the limelight, and maybe the pressure is slightly alleviated. The general consensus is that TH will edge this SF–there's every indication this will happen. LCW's always performed better when he's the underdog and this is a situation that suits him better.

    I have mentioned earlier (not sure on which thread) I don't care who wins as long as we see these 3 duke it out. Don't be surprised if a stealthy LCW ekes through to the final and gives LD a semblance of a challenge.
     
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    LD vs CJ the umpire=LYB..the result =nthg..
     
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    i dont want to see CJ in the MS final..thats enough..:D:D
     
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    Trust me, if that happens, the north pole will become the south ;):D
     
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    hehe...why not????if cj in final...and IF lcw in final...hehe....better for lcw.......
     
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    I would break my notebook, if CJ beat Lindan. That's all..
     

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