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Discussion in 'German Open / All England / Swiss Open 2011' started by chris-ccc, Mar 14, 2011.
lol, nice one
11-8 at the interval for CWF against the INA D) guy.
Well, I think I was too quick to pass judgement. Let's see what he can offer later.
Mattias Wigardt lost the first game 18-21 to Sho Sasaki.
The Swedes are falling like flies.
Where is the Sweden of yore?
The Icelanders and Norwegians losing in the Qualification, the Finns losing in the Round of 64, this is sad...
The Danes shouldn't be the only good Nordic country. It should be all Nordics and Asians.
Hey Gicutzu, the Abian v Koukal match is on and it looks like my hunch is correct so far. Abian 20-15
Yes, I saw. Abian won the first one 21-16.
Hogianto sure has terrible body language, to go along with his awful footwork. CWF 21-14, but should have been easily under 10
Did you PAW this match?
I did not. I PAWed three matches which would have brought a lot of points, but lost all of them
Is badminton popular in Sweden/Iceland? I might be wrong but I haven't seen many strong players from that part of the world....
I don't think it's popular in Iceland, but Sweden used to have some good players in the past. They even have two gold medals at the World Championships.
Yes the difference in fitness was apparent from the first point! Obviously you have the Court 1 view, whilst I'm making due with the Overview cam ...
If CWF only cuts down on the unforced errors, he would be walking it by now. But typical of MAS players, they're inconsistent
This Chong Wei...Feng is doing not so good now. I didn't know Sweden got 2 medals(from mixed). I wonder what happened to their badminton there...
Sho Sasaki (JPN)  def. Mattias Wigardt (SWE) 21-18, 21-13
He will face the winner of the match Peter Mikkelsen (DEN) vs. Rohanda Agung (SUI) in the Round of 32.
Hogianto is from 1982 btw ... probably trains minimal hours himself nowadays being coach as well.
They also have AE titles in everything except WD...
With every point, he's looking more like 1882
Chong Wei Feng (MAS) def. Yohannes Hogianto (SUI) 21-14, 21-15
He will face the winner of the match Pablo Abian (ESP) vs. Petr Koukal (CZE) in the Round of 32.
And what a painful match to watch, it was