Hong Kong Open 2006 FINALS (02/09)

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  1. kemana

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    oops?i made mistake?
    anyway, indo are lucky ,both pair are very good,haha
    nice match
     
  2. Malaysianfan

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    heartbreak....thought they hold a good record against the indon pair.
     
  3. m_poppema

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    And what about the WD?
     
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    yipiiiiie... at last.. one title in HK open.. :)
    congrats to all winner!
     
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    yang/zhang beat gao/huang 21-19 15-21 21-19
     
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    Indo pair won 22-24, 21-16, 22-20
     
  7. ksooi

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    No...its pang cheng chieh.....dont knw if the spelling is right :D
     
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    Oh ya ya. you are right. It is him! can't remember his name.
     
  9. m_poppema

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    Thanks SmartCivet..

    Is there anyone who knows about Zhang Ning,
    did she give up the match due to an injury or something?!?
     
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    sorry mate...had to go down town to pick up some stuff :eek: .....back in time to watch the final points of the 3rd set MD....

    overall i think it was a good finals :) .....spectators getting their moneys worth :D after the TH incident :( .....all 3 setters except th XD (am I rite?)
     
  11. luyi80

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    Well, congrats to LD, looks like he wore the "hat" that prepared by the organizer happily... and I noticed that the organizer didn't ready the hat for LCW, haha... experience in MO 2006 told them not to? But, LCW is true sportman wf 6* sportmanship, so no worry... he won't reject any souvenir fr the organizer even though he lose, KAKAKA... that's y I m always proud of M'sian players even though they r jaguh kampung, their skills may not be the best, but their sportmanship worth than anything else. For the linejudges, well, need not comment on whether there r bias or not, juz let the spectators to do their own decision, their eyes r BRIGHT enough!!! Taufik, KJ, LCW know that as well, hehe!

    And dun worry 4 poor ZN, i dun think her knee is injured, and 4 sure she can perform well in WC in Madrid. IMO, this is CHN's conspiracy, as ZN is the current world no.1, so no matter she win or not 2day, she's still world no.1, so she retired fr the game is juz to help XXF to boost her world ranking, which is currently world no.5, so wf this 6* champion, 4 sure her ranking will take off like rocket. Sooooo.... this prevent ZN n XXF to meet in the early round, poor ZN, this may b her last time to grab HKO title, but...NO OFFENCE, i juz too imaginative, hehe...
     
  12. m_poppema

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    So...

    Did Zhang Ning and Xie Xingfang play any point, or didn't they even start?
     
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    Lin Dan: BOLEH!!! and did. :p :D

    Congrats to both LD and LCW. :)
     
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    Very impressive, I can't believe the young Chinese pair won. Congrats to both! :)
     
  15. Louisa

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    nope, they don even warm up.....sigh, poor fans, buy ticket n no chance 2 watch.....so, de score line is, 21 - 0, 21 - 0 in favor to XXF.

    luyi80, long time no c, since MO 2006, where have u been? U r really imaginative...well, i think BAM should hire u, as their strategist....hahaha, u can c thru their deception....but, be careful of ur words, LYB is watching out there...hehe...but, after read thru ur imaginative opinion, it seems like logic to think tat way.....anyway, no offence

    ya, ya, ya....me almost fainted when i saw LD wore the cap, i thought he hates cap!!!!! Huh, really can't believe my own eyes, as he refused to wear our warrior hat during MO 2006....but, he looks handsome and adorable with the cap...i love it, i love LD with hat. Poor LCW, no chance for him to refuse the cap, hahaha.
     
  16. DinkAlot

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    Makes complete sense and I agree with your assessment. Also, I don't think you can call it a conspiracy, it's more like "team effort". :p
     
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    as much as i had scolded taufik earlier on walking out an unfinish match, i think conceding a match due to a questionable injury excuse is inexcusable. It was almost a given that zhangning and xxf would end up in the HKO final, if LYB want zhang ning to rest or xxf to move up a ranking, he should just leave zhang ning at home to rest.
     
  18. Louisa

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    give me 5.....u use the correct n exact phrase....Luyi, learn new term now, haha:D :D :D
     
  19. Louisa

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    ZN cant afford to rest at home, as she is here to open the route for XXF to become HKO champion:cool: :cool:
     
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    bad day for Malaysians....
    haizz,really sad to see LCW lost again..
     

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