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  1. whizkelv

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    My bets are:

    Chen Hong vs Taufik
    Lee TS vs Lin Dan
    Shon SM vs Chen Yu
    Peter Rasmussen vs Lee CW
     
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    Re: lee vs. gade

    Yes,I think the Koreans are too tired!

    Otherwise,LEE Tsuen Seng could not defeat LEE Hyun II so easily!

    The Koreans have attended too much matches.
     
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    I think Park Tae Sang looks on top form personally...
     
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    in MD, JR and Lars took the first set 15-7 against Luluk & Alven...
     
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    But now Chen Yu is also good form,Park 's goold luck should be over!

    I don't think someone can defeat three chinese ms playsers continuously.
     
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    I have a feeling some chinese players will fall tonight....but lets wait and see.
     
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    Sure!But not MS players!
     
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    Candra & Halim seem to be too strong for Thomas Laybourn and Peter Steffensen...

    15-5 for indos in the first set, and leading 11-2 in the second!
     
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    I think ZHANG Jun/Chen Qiqiu could hardly reach the quarter .Today the could lost in the second round.
     
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    CAI Yun/FU Haifeng vs CAN Teik Chai/KOO Kien Keat.

    I think is a hard match for both.Now is 15-15 in the first game.
     
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    Thomas/Peter lost big to Candra/Halim... 15-5, 15-7...

    That means Thomas is out of this year's Danish Open. Too bad!
     
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    It's very luck for CAI/FU,they win the first game by 17-16.
     
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    Cai/Fu won the first game 17-16!
    What a pity that the young Malaysian lost.
     
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    CAI/FU won the seconde game by 15-10.
     
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    Another early exit for Hafiz. Seems like a free fall for the once "future hope". If he stays this way, I will be very surprised that he can make it to Olympics.
     
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    Re: Xia lost

    I think Koreans have the most similar style as the chinese. Xia used 3 sets to beat a qualified round player, which was surely not a good sign.

    I think Xia's playing style and tight schedules in recent 2 months, will really hurt his chance to go deep. Look how sharp he was in WC. Maybe the injury could be the factor, too.
     
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    hafiz

    Hafiz looked back on track on the Dutch Open.
    Let's not forget Park is also a good player.
     
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    Sigit and Trikus are leading 11-6 in the third set against Yim and Kim

    The new indo pairs seem to be stronger than during the asian GP this summer...
     
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    Hian/Limpele are in deep trouble against Danes Lamp/Boe... 15-9 to the Danes in the first set, now 13-13...
     
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    Hian/Limpele took 2nd set, 15-13.

    Lee/Yoo lost 1st set to a Japanese pair!!!
     

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