Day 6 - Quarter Finals

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  1. dropshot

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    I have been trying online radios too but to no avail.
     
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    Wong behind 5 - 12 now.

    :(
     
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    12-5 already!? If he losses.. i hope miricale will happen to the doubles and the rest of the singles
     
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    Jonas/Lars steamrolled the Germans in no time at all. 15-2, 15-5! Next up is Anders Boesen vs Jens Roch. Boesen should win easily, but he is a very unreliable player! Can perform miracles and catastrophies in the scope of one match...
     
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    5-12, gone case!
     
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    i can't believe the scoreline in the malaysian game. we're going to get kicked out of the quaterfinals. i wonder how do the players feel. we're talking about pride of the country here
     
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    GO WONG CHOONG HAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    sony's playing really well....
     
  8. HoNgHoNg

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    sony won 12-15, 15-2, 15-6 :)
     
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    The crowd seems to be more noisier than the China match. This is only the first game..
     
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    Wong doesn't want to smash...he allows Sony to attack more...SOny seems to use his chances very well...especially his crosscourt. I'm so heart-broken :(
    so...Bye Wong, Bye malaysia.... :(
     
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    was sony really playing very well ? or choon han succumbing under the pressure AGAIN
     
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    Sony wins 12 - 15, 15 - 2, 15 - 6

    Indonesian crowd are the 2nd player in this game. ;)
    You have to understand BetaEx, Indonesia has mythical power on their home turf, don't ask me why, most especially during the finals. China destroyed them yesterday but it's not the finals yet.

    It's difficult now. Very difficult. Time for Koo Kien Keat and Chew Choon Eng to prove the critics wrong.
     
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    PRESSURE IS ON THE 2 DOUBLES.. and 3rd singles...

    as i expect taufik should win
     
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    Come on Wong... Denmark will have better chance dealing with Malaysia than Indonesia :(
     
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    What the hell is going on with Wong CH??? He lost!!! OMG, Malaysia down to the drain.
     
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    6-15, balik kampung!
     
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    this is quarter final....... cant imagine semi-final or final

    /me pack ear plug into luggage :p
     
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    malaysia might stand a brigther chance.......... if TC 2004 is not hosted in indonesia...


    by the way.. should they come out with a ruling where Winner of Thomas Cup Aren't Allowed to Host The Next Edition?
     
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    is there still any hope ? which of our remaining players actually have a chance to clinch a third point ?
     
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    Great idea really. But to blame the lost to Indonesia because of location is just plain sore loser. True champions will win anywhere.
     
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