2011 Swiss Open GPG: Day 3 Thurs 17-March (Round of 16)

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    2011 Swiss Open GPG: Lindaweni has moved into the Quarter-Finals

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    Well done Lindaweni !!! :):):)
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    Good job Linda..!!!!!

    Anyway,good fight from Carolina! I noticed that she beat Chen Hsiao Huan in the Qualifying round..
     
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    A KOR vs. JPN duel next up on Court 2. The pairs have never faced each other, but the Japanese (Eto Rie/Yu Wakita) are 89 spots above the Koreans (Jang Ye Na/Kim Min Seo) in the World Rankings.

    In the other KOR vs. JPN duel, on Court 1, the Koreans (Ko Sung Hyun/Yoo Yeon Seong) are leading 11-7 in the rubber. They have beaten the Japanese pair (Naoki Kawamae/Shoji Sato) before, at the 2011 AE, and are 14 spots above them in the Rankings.
     
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    European XD duel coming up on Court 3.

    The no. 8 ranked and 4th seeds Joachim Fischer Nielsen and Christinna Pedersen of Denmark face the no. 27 ranked Robert Blair (SCO)/Gabby White (ENG). The pairs have never met in a tournament before.
     
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    How did linda play tonight?
     
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    Linda played rather calm, I think. Sometimes quite slow.
    Overall quite good. She got some points from Carolina's own fault error.
     
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    Ko Sung Hyun and Yoo Yeon Seong repeat the result from the AE, defeating Kawamae/Sato in three, 19-21, 21-14, 21-19.
     
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    Sure lah calm...coz linda is lovely lazy style..lol
     
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    Tai Tzu Ying vs. Kaori Imabeppu on Court 1. They have never played each other before, and the TPE lady is 53 rankings spots above her Japanese opponent.
     
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    asked tai tzu ying to try her best
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    hope she can upset pawer
     
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    She's leading 14-13 right now.
     
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    I think Tai Tzu Ying will win..so i didnt paw Kaori :D
     
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    Tai Tzu Ying won the first game 21-18. Good job!
     
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    11-6 for Tai Tzu Ying at the interval.
     
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    Tai Tzu Ying def. Kaori Imabeppu 21-18, 21-13.

    Congrats to the TPE girl!
     
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    Joachim Fischer Nielsen/Christinna Pedersen confirmed their status and def. Robert Blair/Gabby White 23-21, 21-12.
     
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    Next up on Court 1, Dicky Palyama vs. Wong Choong Hann!

    Palyama is ranked 24th in the world and is the 8th seed, WCH is ranked 31st in the World and is the 12th seed.

    The head to head is 2-1 in favor of the Malaysian.
     
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    Shinta Mulia Sari/Yao Lei vs. Ha Jung Eun/Kim Min Jung on Court 3. The SIN pair is ranked 17 places above the Koreans, but the head to head speaks for the KOR pair: 3-0, with the last victory at the 2011 AE.
     
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    Jang Ye Na and Kim Min Seo demolish their much higher ranked Japanese opponents Rie/Wakita in the rubber and win 20-22, 21-18, 21-6.
     
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    WCH is doing good against his Dutch opponent. 11-4 for the Malaysian at the interval.
     

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