2009 East Asian Games Hong Kong

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  1. limsy

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    hmm
    tpe ko macau rather easily:)
     
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    So Chinese Taipei Women's team will meet South Korea in semifinal.
     
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    yup, and I think Chinese Taipei can win Korea since Korea does not send its strongest squad.
     
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    Ai Goto won 1st game 21-17. HK is in trouble now.
     
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    Hong Kong v. Japan 2-1

    1. Zhou Mi bt Sato Sayaka 21-16, 21-15

    2. Chau Hoi Wah/ Chan Tsz Ka lost to Fujii Mizuki/Kakiiwa Reika 19-21, 21-14, 15-21

    3. Wang Chen bt Ai Goto 17-21, 21-13, 21-14
     
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    why gan jiong?
    i think rahayu is there:p
     
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    Line up for the men's team

    Hong Kong v. Chinese Taipei

    1. Chan Yan Kit v. Hsieh Yu Hsing

    2. Yohan/Wong Wai Hong v. Lin Yu Lang/Chen Hung Ling

    3. Hu Yun v. Hsueh Hsuan Yi

    4. Njoto Albertus Susanto/Hui Wao Ho v. Tsai Chia Hsin/Hu Chung Hsien

    5. Wong Wing Ki v. Lu Chi Yuan
     
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    if tpe want to win this
    they need to win both md and hopefully steal a point from either 1st ms or 3rd ms
     
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    Hong Kong v. Chinese Taipei

    1. Chan Yan Kit v. Hsieh Yu Hsing - Hsieh has the edge, but home crowd factor might steer Chan to win!

    2. Yohan/Wong Wai Hong v. Lin Yu Lang/Chen Hung Ling - the TPE pair to prevail!

    3. Hu Yun v. Hsueh Hsuan Yi - HKG has clear advantage!

    4. Njoto Albertus Susanto/Hui Wao Ho v. Tsai Chia Hsin/Hu Chung Hsien

    5. Wong Wing Ki v. Lu Chi Yuan - likewise, Wong is expected to win if the tie is locked at 2-2 at this stage.

    The key match is obviously MS1. If Chan Yan Kit fails to win, then TPE will prevail 3-1. Otherwise, the match will go to the wire and Wong Wing Ki is hoped to deliver the winning point for HKG!
     
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    wow, what happened to the Japanese WD? Zhou Mi/Tse Ying Suet leading in 11-1 at the interval. LOL.. too much pressure? haha...
     
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    Wow, Zhou Mi/Tse Ying Suet grab first game easily, 21-10.
     
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    wow, ZM/TYS are leading 11-4 in the 2nd set. Haha... I think something has gone wrong with the Japanese pair.
     
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    HKG - JPN : 3-1
    Zhou Mi/Tse Ying Suet eliminate Mami Naito/Shizuka Matsuo, 21-10 ; 21-14.

    Hongkong Women's team will take on China in last four tonight.
     
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    Hong Kong v. Japan 3-1

    1. Zhou Mi bt Sato Sayaka 21-16, 21-15

    2. Chau Hoi Wah/ Chan Tsz Ka lost to Fujii Mizuki/Kakiiwa Reika 19-21, 21-14, 15-21

    3. Wang Chen bt Ai Goto 17-21, 21-13, 21-14

    4. Zhou Mi/Tse Ying Suet bt Naito Mami/Matsuo Shizuka 21-10, 21-14

    So, Hong Kong advances to the semi final to meet China at 6.30pm this evening. I am a bit surprised to see ZM still have energy to play WD and won the match. Haha.. what happened to the Japanese WD? :(
     
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    hehe
    the hope of suetyan(japan beat hk)is gone:p
     
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    So, HKG manages to beat JPN 3-1 after the stunning WD2 victory. Up next is CHN. No questions about the Doubles, the 2 Chinese pairs are expected to wrap up their matches quickly, ensuring 2 pts. But for the Singles, it gets a bit tricky.

    Possible lineup:
    WS1 Chen Xiaojia vs Zhou Mi
    WS2 Xie Jingyun vs Wang Chen
    WS3 Fu Shanshan vs Yip Pui Yin

    Assuming Zhou and Wang BOTH WIN their matches, the decider will be WS3. If any of Zhou or Wang lost their match, it's all over.
     
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    yalor... cannot see Hirose on court. :(

    Hmm.. here are my possible lineups for China WS:

    WS1: Xia Jingyun v. Zhou Mi
    WS2: Chen Xiaojia v. Wang Chen
    WS3: Zhou Hui v. Yip Pui Yin

    OR

    WS1: Xia Jingyun v. Zhou Mi
    WS2: Zhou Hui v. Wang Chen
    WS3: Chen Xiaojia v. Yip Pui Yin

    I think Xia Jingyun will definitely play WS1. Unless, China wants to come out with some tactics. :D
     
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    Indeed, Xia Jingyun seems to be the right player for WS1. Chen Xiaojia will probably stands a higher chance playing against Yippie instead of Wang Chen.
     
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    any live stream where we can watch the matches?
    Thanks :)
     
  20. limsy

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    how much higher?
    from 20% to 30%?
    or 50% to 60%?:p
     

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