China Open Final MD

Discussion in 'Hong Kong / Chinese Taipei / China Open 2003' started by Ricky, Nov 16, 2003.

  1. kwun

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    $18,000 for JR/Lars!
     
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    Let's see:

    HK(6*) Tai Pei(4*) China(6*)
    JR/Lars q/f s/f winner
    Choong/Lee final 1st round final
    Ha/Kim q/f winner q/f

    Close stuff. Looks like JR/Lars edge out marginally.
     
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    I think the Danes is making a comeback.. Peter Gade is back with his impressive game over Chen Hong. I hope he will win some major tourney next year.

    Watch out for Denmark
     
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    Had Choong/Lee won today, they should be the overall best in the last 3 tourneys.
    JR/Lars did not do well in HK and Taiwan, while Ha/Kim were bundled out by Choong/Lee in last 8 at both HK and China.

    So, not sure who's the best? Don't forget Lee/Yoo who won in HK.
     
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    JR and Lars will have a big Blowout tonight i guess!! So much money!!
     
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    I discounted Lee/Yoo because of losing in China fairly early- I can't get the results on my computer to check exactly which round they went out in.
     
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    Wonder if they will be brave enough to eat those exotic foods that Guang Dong is famous for!!!!:D:D:D Civet cats anybody??:D
     
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    In that case, I think JR/Lars should be the best coz winning a 6* and semis in 4* virtually wipe out the rest. Ha/Kim's major letdown were being stopped in last 8 of both 6* tourneys.
     
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    today is a very down day in Malaysia and for Malaysians.when i type this message ,outside my house is raining heavily!!!!:(
     
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    No wonder our players lost lah...
    Luckily I didn't buy 4D today coz it's simply no luck for Malaysians today!
    Our players have done their best but simply lack of lady luck besides them!
     
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    Doesn't it always rain in Malaysia, especially in November and December? If rain is a measure of a down day, poor Malaysia will be in trouble.

    Anyway, Choong/Lee did very well and defeated several top doubles teams on route to the final. Choon Han is among the top 3 or 4 singles players given his overall performance this year.

    Ron
     

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