China Masters Super Series 2008: Day 2 (25/09/2008)

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  1. badMania

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    Matches involving Team INA:

    Men's Singles R16
    Chen Yu vs Taufik Hidayat [7] -- a match for two players who have been in decline. I will not be surprised if Taufik are to lose this one, after scraping through the first round this morning.

    Andrew Smith vs Sony Dwi Kuncoro [5] -- should be a routine victory for Sony.

    Men's Doubles R16
    Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan [1] vs Songphon Anugritayawon/Tesana Panvisvas -- it's time for the Olympics champion to get the dust off the racket and win some matches.

    Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari/Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif [4] vs Hendra A. Gunawan/Joko Riyadi -- another early loss for the INA pair will not be surprising.

    Mohd Razif Abdul Latif/Tan Wee Kiong vs Rian Sukmawan/Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki [8] -- a tough match for Rian/Yoke and I hope they can avenge the defeat at the hands of the MAS pair 2 weeks ago.

    Women's Doubles R16
    Cheng Shu/Zhao Yunlei vs Nitya Krishinda/Greysia Polii [5] -- it will be a tough match against the newly crowned Japan Open champion, so, I hope INA's future WD pair can create an upset here.

    Mixed Doubles R16
    Mohd Rijal/Vita Marissa [6] vs Hoon Thien How/Chin Ee Hui -- a tricky match, but, the newly crowned Japan Open champion should pull this off and have a possible rematch with the World Champions on Saturday.

    Yohan Hadikusumo Wiratama/Chau Hoi Wah vs Flandy Limpele/Greysia Polii [5] -- the INA pair should win this one and face a mouth-watering tie against He Hanbin/Yu Yang in the QF.
     
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    extremenanopowe Regular Member

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    wow... I bet BCL will win.;)
     
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    lets see if u are right...:p...
     
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    Prediction For Day 2

    ms
    YU li vs jp
    cj vs kenichi tago
    th vs bcl
    sdk vs qyb

    md,
    mk/setiawan will facing some resistance from thailand pair...
    oh....will fuzzy fail again???
    hope tan/khoo can win over chan/chew
    kiong kiong/razif match is a 51-49(to me)hmm...so...i think mas can win this...
    koo/tan vs sun/xu...hmm...rexy say tan improve much...:rolleyes:...
    ong/hoon vs silver medalist(OG)...if china pair lost....will be a biggest upset...hmm...i think fu/cai either win this easily,or lose in 3...:rolleyes:...(dun blast me)

    xd
    can lim/wong win over shen ye/pan pan again???
    how much both hoon/chin and koo/ng can score over JO champion and 3rd seed???:rolleyes:
     
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    yuhuuu !!
    tomorrow is my first holiday , so i can see the score not in my class anymore . hha ..
     
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    If taufik lose 2morow, He should retire.. He never played well since he's married. Sony, simon, tommy can take his place. It's the end of an era..
     
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    all the best to malaysian players tomorrow!
    malaysia boleh!:D
     
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    Malaysia Boleh!!!!
     
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    Hope all indonesian md shuttler can win today.. Sony juga semangat!! About taufik, i dont care.. He can win if he want to, but i think his era is end now.. Please retire taufik.. Give a change to simon, tommy, alamsyah, indra dll to be main shuttler of indonesia..
     
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    what INA time will the match start ???
     
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    i agree with u, he never played weel since married, only be celebrity in infotainment. I hope SDK will play well in this CMO since only him and TH represent INA in MS event, I wish 4 next tourney INA team will be represented by many players.
     
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    i am going for malaysian team!! yahhooooo
     
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    After married Taufik is Suck >>>>>

    Taufik is the only badminton Athlete in Indonesia who smoke at training ground


    Time to retired
     
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    1st match will start on 2pm local/MAS/SIN time, or 1pm WIB.... Why it starts very late.. Japan Open starts on 12pm local time (11 MAS/SIN, 10 WIB)

    GO GO INDONESIA!!

    Btw, so many INA vs MAS matches, must be very crowd here later.... :D
     
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    wow so cool, smoke at training ground......
    no wonder his performance down recently, he think he is superstar...
    hahahaa...

    ya too late......
    i think because many players walkover
    in MD INA pair; Muhamad Ahsan/Bona go for QF without playing since 1st round
    Ikeda/Sakamoto pair also walkover from tourney.

    in WD worst; zhang yaiwen/wei yili walkover from competition and makes Grether/Reid from Germany/Canada go for SF easily

    What happened wif this??
    So, terrible!!!!!!
     
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    Chinesse player are afraid of figthing with INdonesian Player :D:D
     
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    But, Rexy also complaint problems with KKK ............:(
     
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    Koo kien tat , very arrogant player , Rexy said ..........


    I dont know why Indonesian player become coach or player in another country ..

    I think is not have nationalism spirit ?
     
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    No, I think you can't judge like that. Let's be realistic, being a coach in other countries means wealthier life for his family (usually like that). If PBSI or our government can insure their future life, there will be none (or at least, less) of our players or ex-players go abroad.

    In case of players, I think it's about the same reason or maybe because he/she can't compete in Indonesia. For example in SIN, HKG, USA, CAN, etc. the competition to be top players is easier than in Indonesia. They have less competitors there (not only in quantity, but also maybe in quality).
     
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    Hope INA players bring sweet victories to celebrate upcoming Lebaran Day,qqqqq...
    yyiihhahaaaa....
    any reasons why so many homeground players do not play here ??? do they still got lack after Olympic ??? are 3 weeks not enough to recover them ?? or they have no motivation to reach BWF points again ??
     

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