Indonesia Open 2005 SEMI-FINAL (24/09/2005)

Discussion in 'China Masters 2005 / Indonesian Open 2005' started by badMania, Sep 23, 2005.

  1. Steven

    Steven Regular Member

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    I agree. Kuan Beng Hong cross court drop is very beautiful.
     
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    some say she's too honest on court
    doesn't like to trick ppl
     
  3. McJonas

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    WHO WON THE GAME????
     
  4. **KZ**

    **KZ** Regular Member

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    home, Kg. Lapan :D
     
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    Boonsak Ponsana!!!!!!! :D :D :D
     
  6. **KZ**

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    impressive!
    beat him for the 1st time
     
  7. keigo911

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    hahaha......:p :p :p
    she play the oldest style of badminton ......
    But she now did improving fast compare to last year......as she know some tactics ady......hehe:D :D :D
    Li Mao is a good coach !;) ;) ;)
     
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    yay...Boonsak won..;)
     
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    huh? Is that true? Then she has to learn to play trick shots. Who is her current coach?
     
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    We know that, sometime we expected some upset just like Boonsak ....... she nearly made it ..lead 8-4:crying:
     
  11. badMania

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    I think the Malaysian ladies are at a much better shape than our Indonesian ladies right now. At least, Wong Mew Choo is showing that she can compete at the highest level and she's still young isn't she? Wong Pei Tty and Chin Ee Hui have performed consistently over the past one year and I would rate this pair as equal to the other top South-East Asian pairs like Saralee/Satinee and Jiang/Li.

    For MD, Malaysians do have the advantage of numbers. I count at least 2 young pairs who can make the mark and are already in the top 20 now (excluding Chan/Koo). These 2 pairs are Tan Bin Shen/Ong Soon Hock (20 and 21 years old, WR 11) and Mohd Tazari Fairuzizuan/Lin Woon Fui (WR 14). With Rexy's help, these 2 pairs can only be better in the future.

    Of course, not to forget that there is another pair Gan Teik Chai/Abdul Latif Mohd Zakry who is ranked no 19 and last year's world junior champion , but this pair is still inexperienced. So, 5 pairs to rely on for the next few years...not a bad sign after all :) As for Choong/Lee, its a good idea to have them as a sparring partner to provide the experience, but, they only have at most 2 years left.

    The most worrying must be men's singles (same as Indonesia). Lee Chong Wei is improving, but, he's still not a great player. Besides him, only Hafiz Hashim could be counted as a top player. Kuan Beng Hong is probably a player for the future....but others???
     
  12. **KZ**

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    any pics of the tournament?
     
  13. keigo911

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    yaya........
    He did well today....!
    at the beginning c him tamely beaten by KJ.....
    Luckily he came back to send KJ out.......
     
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    Wow...a good win for Boonsak. Now, if Sony can defeat Lee Hyun-Il, Boonsak should not be a problem :D
     
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    results of other events?

    WD?
    candra/sigit match?
     
  17. keigo911

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    But i think both of Malaysia and Indonesia face more o less the same prob..........coz there is a big giant China make us always trouble.............:D :D :D
     
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    What's the next match?
    Sony vs Lee Hyun-Il? Or Candra/Sigit vs Boe/Mogensen?
     
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    I just read that the md-final is:

    Candra Wijaya/Sigit Budiarto - Markis Kidho/Hendra Setiawan

    I don't know if it is correct, and I have no scores.

    Johansen
    www.badminton-nyt.dk
     
  20. Vtec101

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    Well, Boonsak just lost to Sony the last time they met, but this time could have a different outcome. :p :p
     

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