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Discussion in 'Korean Open 2004 / Japan Open 2004' started by sunzhi, Mar 30, 2004.

  1. Cheung

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    Well it was 90-10. Flandy/Eng got the 10 bit!!
     
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    I've got a feeling that there will be another Wong Choon Hann vs Xia Xuan Zhe Men's singles final again.
     
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    GAde definetely has to improve his stamina if he wants to get further in major tournaments. Look at his first sets where he chrashes opponents like Wong, Lin Dan and in China Open bao and Wong again where these world class players only gets around 8-9 points. But then his lack of stamina draws him down. I hope Peter realizes this and tries to improve his stamina, bu of course its risky with his knee.
     
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    So.....
    This is my predictions :

    MS :
    Wong CH vs Chen Hong ==> Wong
    Xia XZ vs Park TS ==> Xia
    Winner : Xia

    MD :
    Hian/Limpele vs Sang/Zheng ==> Hian/Limpele
    Yim/Kim vs Luluk/Aven ==> Luluk/Aven
    Winner : Hian/Limpele

    WS :
    Gong RN vs Zhang Ning ==> Gong
    Jun JY vs Xu HW ==> Xu
    Winner : Gong

    WD :
    Gao/Huang vs Ra/Lee ==> Gao/Huang
    Lee/Hwang vs Yang/Zhang ==> Yang/Zhang
    Winner : Gao/Huang (if no WO like in Indonesia Open 2003 WD Final)

    XD :
    Kim/Ra vs Chen/Zhao ==> Kim/Ra
    Prapakamol/Thungthongkam vs Kim/Lee ==> Kim/Lee
    Winner : Kim/Ra
     
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    Agree with your other predictions except MS

    MS :
    Wong CH vs Chen Hong ==> Wong
    Xia XZ vs Park TS ==> Park
    Winner : Wong
     
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    Is it possible that Gade cant stop thinking he's still 24/25.

    His stytle seems to indicate this, going for quick kills, impatient.

    Maybe adjusting a bit can help, Frost remained at the top at age 30, but of course now Frost wants to be miles away.
     
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    I will bet Park beat Xia.

    I want to watch match of Ra/Lee vs. Gao/Huang. :(

    And I hope Ra/Lee will win because I don't like WO in WD-final.
     
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    Maybe No Indonesian in the final

    No,no,no!Maybe No Indonesian in the final!
     
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    hopefully you guess it correctly.
     
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    It took Yim/Kim 80 minutes to beat Laugesen/Mogensen. I've said it before and I'll say it again: Carsten Mogensen has got what it takes, a pity he hasn't got a better partner! :p


    Regarding the MS: Wong will win. The rule seems to be: beat Gade and win the tournament... :cool:
     
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    Everyone seems so sure that Wong will beat Chen Hong... it isn't so obvious is it??? :rolleyes:

    though a remake of world championships final would be great of course!! :D
     
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    In every match, surprice can be happen.
    But if Hian/Limpele can beat Kim/Ha (1st seeded and 2nd in the world ranking)
    and Aven/Luluk can beat Cai/Fu (2nd seeded and 3rd in the world ranking), it means that they are in the right way to be champion. They are highly motivate.
    Just hope they are not in 'anti climax' situation tommorow.
     
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    MS
    Wong Choon Hann vs Chen Hong
    Xia Xuanze vs Park Tae Sang

    I'd like WCH to go through to play Xia again, giving him his 10th (or isit the 11th?) chance to beat Xia. But by the looks of it, Xia seemed to be recovering really well from his AE nightmare.

    Would we be seeing the first Wong victoria over Xia?

    Of course, he will need to get past a similarly tough opponent in Chen Hong first. Wish him the best! :)
     
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    Seems like many are looking forward to a Xia vs Wong match for MS! ;)
     
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    Saw Carsten in HK Open. I was very impressed with his play.
     
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    It will be interesting to watch Wong CH to play against Chen Hong.. their last meeting was i think last year.. where Chen Hong won..

    Hope Wong Will win him this time.
     
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    Correction.. Wong win in denmark Open.. but it was a WO after 1 game..chen hong injured i think.
     
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    yes. i have similar feeling. will Wong finally break the curse? this is the 10th encounter? or is it 11th?
     
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    Yeah.. Wong CH vs XIA in the finals...looking foward to that. This time Wong will be him..but he as to go thru Chen Hong 1st.
     
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    Xia and Wong are very similar caliber players, statistically, you would expect Wong to get at least some wins from Xia. so the longer Xia's winning streak is, the more likely Wong will claim the next match. so i think if we do have a match between Wong & Xia, Wong has a higher chance of winning. i am saying that despite the fact that i am a Xia fan!
     

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