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Discussion in 'German Open / All England / Swiss Open 2005' started by ants, Mar 13, 2005.
I can't see them - says "log in required"!!
well i guess you'll have to sign up?
got any pics on paaske and jr?
Yupz, u need to sign up an account, but it's free of charge, so shouldn't be a prob!!
Can it be seen now?? Cos I can see them very clearly!!
any more pics from LIN DAN...I am curiuos about his action during the final....hmmm wanna see him clearly...
Cai/Fu at their earlier career had met Chandra/Sigit 2 years ago at World Championship SF. They lost in 3 fought battles set.
This time if they met I believe they would had a 60 : 40 chances to win. First cause they were more experience than 2 years ago. And the confidence in them after winning a big title in All England will help them morally.
How fast Cai and Fu rise. After only two years, they rank 3 in the worlds, almost beat all the best men doubles in the world and had an All England title.
Hope they can mantain their good performance for years to come. That is the hard part.
Thank you Labyrinthian !!! Nice pics.... ...like it very much lol.....
I am curious, do you have more LIN DAN pics? ....I wanna collect the photos of LIN DAN...he is my best favourite player nowadays....
Any of you know how to get the recording of the AE semifinal and final match with LIN DAN's match included ???
IMO, when they're in-form and healthy, I still think Candra/Sigit is still the #1 MD pair for Indonesia. Right behind them slightly is Eng Hian/Flandy and Luluk/Alven. The reason why I think so, is because Luluk/Alven is not consistent yet in international tourney. Sure they're younger then the other pairs, but they aren't consistent. The game between Eng Hian/Flandy against Fu/Cai at the QF of AE went 3 sets. The 1st set went pretty smooth for the Indos. But the Chinese took the 2nd set in a very close score, after leading by a big margin and letting the Indos back to tie the score at 14 before setting(I believe it was 17-14). The third set, the Chinese won it quite easily as I though the Indos were pretty much ran out of gas. I believe the next time they meet, it could be a different story.
IMO, experience will still prevail over youth and that's why I would rank Candra/Sigit ahead of Flandy/Eng Hian. Again, when in-form and healthy, IMO Candra/Sigit is still the best pair Indo has to offer and still deserve lots of respect. And I would love for either one of them to have a shot at Cai/Fu again, hopefully next month at the Japan Open.
Hmm, btw hcpoirot, I notice you're located in Indonesia, so I assume you're an Indonesian??..
thanks for the pics!
labyrithian, i still cant see them except for a few. are they posted on some website or something? then perhaps you could give me the url and i go there and look at it myself?
thanks labyrinthian for posting this one. queer that i didn't see it and many others when i went to gettyimages website.
that's such a sweet pic.
No prob, u can visit the webbie here:
You r welcome! hmm, my Lin Dan pics collection is quite limited actually... All those that I have are uploaded in the Photodex album, the link which I provided earlier. U may wan to take a look!!
labryinthian, from the website you gave, when i click on the picture there is this big getty images/afp logo blocking the player's face. is there a way of viewing the pictures without these signs on them?
our lovely AE LS champion....
She did look good in that skirt, much better than Zhao ting ting and wei yili, if I can say it tactfully, their figures did not suit them!
Feel sorry for ZN though, she wanted it so much, but just wasn't in shape. I hope she focuses her training on next years AE, not WC, and wins it, then retires on top.
i just read a little something on the couple's wedding plans in worldbadminton.net.
here's the link:
the info's at the end of the article.
and here're just a handful more pics.