China Super Series 2007 - Day 6 (Nov 25) - Finals

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  1. carolynwg

    carolynwg Regular Member

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    No matter wat, LCW best player i ever c... Great sportmanship.. Salute him.. Thumbs up !!
    Hope he can win the HKO !!!!!!!
    Pls, no more unfair umpires !!!!
    Agree dat bao play better, but if without the unfair umpire n lineman, lcw might win it !!
    Tmr's result,WS: WMC bt XXF 21-16.8-21,21-17
    MS: Umpire+ Lineman bt LCW 21-12,21-13..

    if im LCW i'll present my racket 2 the lineman n ask him continue 2 play wit BAO...
     
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    yeah!!! wong mew choo!!!!

    from the official website....

    (Guangzhou, November 25) On November 25, 2007, in the Women's single final of the China Open Badminton, Malaysian player Mew Choo Wong won the champion by beating Chinese player Xie Xingfang 2-1. This match is of the highest level among the matches in which Mew Choo Wong won champions.
    In view of the score records of matches between the two players, Xie Xingfang won more successes and her sole loss was in the World Championships held in Malaysia in this August. Moreover, Xie defeated Mew Choo Wong in their latest match-French Open. Therefore, for the winner of this champion, the public leans to Xie.
    However, the process of the match was out of expectation. In the first set, Mew Choo Wong won with 21-16. In the second set, Xie changed her tactics and soon set the pace, finally Xie won this set with 21-8. "In the second set her (Xie Xingfang) speed was fast and I could hardly follow her pace." Mew Choo Wong said that when Xie changed her tactics in the second set she still used the previous ones, thus she quickly fell into a passive situation, "She almost controlled the situation, and then I gave up this set."
    The third set is the decider one. Mew Choo Wong said that it was hard for her at the beginning. "At the beginning of the third set I was also in a tumultuous situation. I even did not know how to cope with her. And I felt that my performance was not as stable as in the first set." Xie changed the side of the playground with 11-8, after which Mew Choo Wong won a draw with 13-13. "At that time, I did well on aspect of mind control. I told myself that I went through hardships to enter the final, therefore I could not give up and I must try my best to leave myself no regrets." Finally, Mew Choo Wong won this set with 21-17 and won the champion.
     
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    100% agree.. WMC keep it up !!!
     
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    i am sure that wong mew choo rank will raise after she won this china open
     
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    WMC is ranked 7th together with XHW
     
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    he's gentlemen :rolleyes:;):cool:
     
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    LOL. That's really funny translation. "Change side of playground"
     
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    yeah...agreeddd..would it make any change..
    the umpire on Bao side lor...
     
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    from www.thestar.com.my

    Mew Choo wins China Open


    PETALING JAYA: National No. 1 Wong Mew Choo won the China Open Super Series' women's singles in Guangzhou, China.
    She defeated world No. 1 Xie Xingfang of China, 21-16, 8-21, 21-17.
    It was Wong's first Open title in her badminton career. She pocketed US$17,250 (RM58,650) for her historic feat Sunday.
     
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    Chong Wei loses to Chunlai

    PETALING JAYA: Malaysian No. 1 men's singles shuttler Lee Chong Wei's hope of winning his fourth Super Series title was dashed at the China Open in Guangzhou Sunday. The world No. 2 went down 12-21, 13-21 to China's Bao Chunlai in a 39-minute final
     
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    I was so happy that INA got 2 titles.......as well as Badmania.........
     
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    WMC will pocket more than 17250.....
     
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    so the results are as follow...

    All results :
    MS : Bao Chunlai (CHN) beat Lee Chong Wei (MAL) : 21-12, 21-13
    WS : Wong Mew Choo (MAL) beat Xie Xingfang (CHN) : 21-16, 8-21, 21-17
    MD : Setiawan/Kido (INA) beat Guo/Xie (CHN) : 21-12, 21-19
    WD : Gao/Zhao (CHN) beat Du/Yu (CHN) : 17-21, 21-15, 21-8
    XD : Widianto/Natsir (INA) beat Prapakamol/Thounthongkam (THA) : 15-21, 21-18, 21-11
     
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    Hai guys..I'm just coming back..very late to comment..I feel sorry for what have happened with LCW and CHina SS in general.
    Of course I feel happy to know INA won 2 titles in front of Chinese public, but I do feel what particularly MAS fans feel, let us just hope this things wouldn't be happened in next HKG SS..congrats to all winners
    Thinking positively, CHN never be beaten and lost 3 titles in front of their public before, so it was kinda reflection of panic from Chinese side that they made cheating with false line judgement and error calls :D, surely this result in their homeground for them is really horrible..so you all should be proud of ur country reps to break up the Chinese wall in this tourney..
    congrats LCW, WMC, Kindra and Nolyn..INDONESIA JAYA!! :D:D:D
     
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    i AM SO GLAD that i missed most of the actions & argument from QF onwards.. (I am travelling oversea) :)
    Congrats to all the winners, deserved it or not... A win is always a win.
    Let's hope for a better tomorrow....
     
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    Keep travelling
     
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    Good idea... :D:D:D
     
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    Well, I will :D
    I never seen so many comments for judges in any sports before, If BADMINTON develop further into this kinda situation. I can forget about watching it, either livescore /on TV sets/ Download from net :rolleyes:
     
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    :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D Love it!!!
     
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    After the incident, Olympic committees may decide to pull badminton out from Olympic event since it does not meet the standard for sport spirit.
     
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