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Discussion in 'Dutch / Danish / German Open 2003' started by seven, Sep 23, 2003.
Lin Dan bt Chen Yu 15-4 15-6
Kim/Ha have been leading over Candra/Halim almost the whole first set... but now it's 15-15!
Yikes, 16-15 for Candra/Halim... 2nd serve...
This could turn into an epic match for sure...
16 all, still 1st serve for Koreans...
Service change again!
16-all, Indos to serve...
Candra/Halim won 1st set 17-16!
Well, I have to go...
its going to rubber sets.... Candra/Halim won 1st 17-16, Ha/Kim came back 15-6....
let's see if they can get a 17-16 in the third set!!
Looks like IND MD still need to improve the cooperation etc..
It takes Candra W/Tony G to beat up Kim/Ha.
Given the scale of Danmark Open, the players he beat up and the score he made, is not Lin Dan the new rising star?
Kim/Ha eventually won 16-17 15-6 15-8
Zhou Mi takes an early lead 6-0 in opening set...
Zhou Mi took the first set easy 11:4.
2nd Set, she was leading 9:4, though the match will be over.
But Gong disagree, she come back to 9:10, now...10:10..
Gong Ruina won 2nd set 13-10!!!
Hope she could make it this time, has been an unlucky bridesmaid far too many times!!
Yes!!! Ruina should make it this time!!!
5-0 in rubber now!!!
Gong Ruina won the WS!
Final score: 4-11, 13-10, 11-3
Attitude is more important to success than ability
Attitude is more important to success than ability, that might be the reason why Lin and Gong won.
The women's final is very dramatic. Zhou Mi wasted quad match point, triple match, double match point in the 2nd set.
1st 4 are definitely right, since they are internal matches.
That also proved how dominating China is, well, XD, KOR rulez (until Kim / Ra) retire...
UK sports E-bulletin
UK Sports reported in their E-bulletin about Tracey Hallams performance in quarter finals:
"BADMINTON... England’s Tracey Hallam narrowly missed out on the biggest victory of her career at the Danish Open this week. She led former world champion Gong Ruina by a game and was 3-0 up in the second, before the Chinese second seed pulled back to win 11-3 and force a third game. In the deciding game Hallam raced to a 4-0 lead, but Ruina rallied again to win 11-6 and close out the match. More @ www.baofe.co.uk."
Result was11-13, 11-3, 11-6.
Is Tracey getting close to a major, given this is her best performance since:SANYO INDONESIA OPEN 2003
25 Aug 2003 - 31 Aug 2003 Gor Indoor Stadium,Batam Island
Round Scores W/L Opponent Nation
1/64 13/10,11/7 W Yi Ju CHIU TPE
1/32 2/11,11/8,11/1 W Mia AUDINA TJIPTAWAN ~ NED
1/16 11/1,11/5 W Yuan WEMYSS ~ SCO
Quarter-Finals 7/11,8/11 L Xingfang XIE CHN
Can she push past ANDRIEVSKAYA Marina (SWE) from a ranking of 11 to 10?
Pos ID Surname Name Ctry I/C I/Pts T/C T/Pts Comps Points
9 7318 YONEKURA Kanako JPN 9 2058 1 237.56 10 2295.56
10 2836 ANDRIEVSKAYA Marina SWE 9 1797 1 150.98 10 1947.98
11 5751 HALLAM Tracey ENG 9 1758 1 184.07 10 1942.07