Asian Badminton Championships 2006: Day 2 (29/03)

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  1. hcpoirot

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    If PBSI reason not to send the women players is efficiency and the women will not play for Uber final, its like very unbelievable reason.

    They send 4 XD and 4 MD pairs. Why? There would be no XD in THomas Cup and we only need maximum 3 MD in Thomas Cup.

    What they should do is send 3 XD and 3 MD. So the extra 4 people , they can send 2 WS and 1 WD. Or maybe 2 XD and 3 MD, 2 ws and 2 WD and save the cost of 2 extra people. It will be equal and efficient in my opinion.
     
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  2. badMania

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    Not surprisingly, Indonesia is the only team that does not send its women team to the ABC. At this rate, Indonesia will fall further behind the normally second-class team like India. All thanks to PBSI's policy!
     
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    It's pretty obvious that they focus more on the MD and XD results. I do agree that these pairs have more potential, but, when you choose to neglect the entire women team and ground them at home in the next few months, I am pretty certain that you can forget about even a top 20 placing for these women singles players.

    Now, even young and upcoming players like Saina Nehwal, Xing Aiying, Trupti Murgunde, and Yip Pui Yin is better than most women singles we have at Pelatnas.
     
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    WOMEN'S SINGLES ROUND 2 -- lots of shocking results...more to come tomorrow?
    Wang Chen vs Salakjit Ponsana
    Eriko Hirose vs Saina Nehwal (MATCH OF THE ROUND) -- the Jap is technically more superior, but, my heart goes to the young and promising Saina
    Lee Yun Hwa vs Li Li -- yet another tough call after Lee beat Cheng today
    Jiang Yanjiao vs Pai Min-Jie -- it will be a shock if Jiang loses tomorrow
    Trupti Murgunde vs Kanako Yonekura
    Ng Ka Shun vs Chen Li
    Yip Pui Yin vs Seo Yoon Hee -- another candidate for match of the round. The HK player has improved...but can see beat another Korean player after deposing Jun Jae Yun in 3 close sets?
    Sutheswari Mudukasan vs Kaori Mori
     
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    Not much surprise in MS so far. Markus Wijanu has beaten a qualifier and will face Chetan Anand in Round 2 as expected. Does Chetan still have the energy after an exhausting CG and another 3 close sets victory today? I pick Markus to give us an upset later this evening (I think Round 2 will be played today as well). Ng Wei also beat Hendra Wijaya in 2 close sets (-17, -19). Easy workouts for LCW, KBH, and Park Sung Hwan. All their opponents couldn't even score past 8 points.
     
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    is this game over?

    Devin Lahardi/Vita Marissa vs Zhang Wei/Yu Yang (MATCH OF THE ROUND)

    anyone know the result? thanks first
     
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    First upset in MS:
    Poompat (the Thai no 2 singles) has beaten Lee Tsuen Tseng 21-8, 20-22, 21-9!
    Not a suprise because he has beaten Sony recently in Jaipur.

    MEN'S SINGLES ROUND 2 (TOP HALF)
    Lee Chong Wei vs Lee Cheol Ho -- no problem for LCW
    Chetan Anand vs Markus Wijanu -- hopefully, the Indonesian can win
    Ng Wei vs Nikhil Kanetkar
    Poompat Sapkulchananart vs Li Yu -- can the Thai create another upset?
    Kuan Beng Hong vs Qiu Yanbo
    Park Sung Hwan vs Yogendran Krishnan
    Sony Dwi Kuncoro vs Sho Sasaki (MATCH OF THE ROUND) -- tough first test for Sony!
    Yeoh Kay Bin vs Chin Sheng-Ming
     
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    Wait for tomorrow.....
     
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    thank you .. silly me:D
     
  10. taufik-ist

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    rudy hartono must be replaced :)

    i'd prefer chairul tanjung, he often spent his own money to send many players
    when he was a chairman of pbsi
     
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    Salakjit Ponsana?? I think she just lost her match to a Chinese taipei player!
    should be Soratja right?
     
  12. badMania

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    Oops...typo...:D Yup, it should be Wang Chen vs Soratja Chansrisukot. Thanks for the correction.
     
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    The first round for WD is completed. Here's the pairings for Round 2
    WOMEN'S DOUBLES ROUND 2
    Wong Pei Tty/Chin Ee Hui vs Chang Yu-Ju/Cheng Hsiao-Yun
    Thilini Sudhara Jayasinghe/Renu C.D.S. Hettiarachchige vs Lim Pek Siah/Joanne Quay Swee Ling -- what a long name....
    Mooi Hing Yau/Fong Chew Yen vs Chien Yu-Chin/Cheng Wen-Hsing
    Tomomi Masuda/Aki Akao vs Zhao Yunlei/Cheng Shu -- the Chinese beat Xing Aiying/Shinta Mulya Sari today....they could sneak another suprise tomorrow.
    Long Ying/Pun Ut Wa vs Pan Pan/Tian Qing -- yet another potential top Chinese women doubles pair in the making.
    Satako Suetsuna/Miyuki Maeda vs Saralee Thungthongkam/Sathinee Jankrajangwong
    Du Jing/Yu Yang vs Wong Man Ching/See Phui Leng
    Jiang Yanmei/Li Yujia vs Kumiko Ogura/Reiko Shiota (MATCH OF THE ROUND) -- gonna be a pretty interesting match...the Jap pair has an edge.
     
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    More MS results:
    Sairul Amar Ayob beat Arvind Bhat 21-9, 22-20
    Chan Yan Kit, Yousuke Nakanishi, Chen Yu, and Liao Sheng-Shiun all cruised through to the 2nd round.
     
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    how old is lim pek siah? she has changed a few partners.....why do they have to retire so early? joanne quay has made a few comebacks already....besides are they in the national team? anybody know?
     
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    is alamsyah also pelatnas boy?
    :confused:
     
  17. badMania

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    Wow....Kendrick Lee just managed to beat Alamsyah....21-13, 20-22, 21-19....a close third set as well.

    The results today seem to have shown that the 21 points system does favor some young and upcoming players. When pitted against a non-top 10 players, they tend to do pretty well. It certainly adds to the excitement and unpredictable nature of the game.
     
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    is alamsyah alsa pelatnas player?
     
  19. badMania

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    I believe so.....
     
  20. muziqalicious

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    he def is :)
    he's not that famous in indonesia tho...
     

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