Live results at Japan open?

Discussion in 'Korean Open 2004 / Japan Open 2004' started by Gade supporter, Apr 4, 2004.

  1. HoNgHoNg

    HoNgHoNg Regular Member

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    if both Lin Dan n Xuanze win 2moro.... they will mt up in quarter finals rite???
    only one of them will get into semi finals.... hiaz...
    i was still hoping to c them both in finals :(
     
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    yeah... she apparently has a right knee injury... could it be a result of the tormenting semi finals during the KO?
     
  3. Gade supporter

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    Predictions for tomorrov

    How are your predictions for tomorrovs matches in MS?

    My predictions :

    Lin Dan beats Sony Dwi Kuncoro
    Peter Gade beats Xia Xuanze
    Lee Hyun Il beats Roslin
    Bao Chunlai beats Muhammed Hafiz Hashim
    Shon Seung Mo beats Niels Christian Kaldau
    Wong Choong Hann beats Ronald Susilo
    Park Tae Sang beats Kenneth Jonassen
    Chen Hong beats Dicky Palyama
     
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    tat sounds bout right...cant wait to see the results!
     
  5. kwun

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    not a bad idea to rest her anyway. there is not urgent need to gain points at this stage for either WD or XD. and she did have a tough match in the KO. better withdraw now than to withdrawl just before the final!
     
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    some quite interesting matches there.

    Gade vs. Xia - Xia seems to be on the rise now. this will be a closely contested battle. a 3 games match should be advantageous to Xia as he is fitter.

    Bao vs. Hafiz - yet another chance for Bao to make even on the crucial TC lost two years ago. and what a way to do it as this will be one of the final nails in the coffin in Hafiz's bid for the Olympics.

    LeeHI vs. Roslin - LeeHI hasn't been doing too well lately. i think Roslin might actually have a chance here.
     
  7. blckknght

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    Xia more fit than Gade? really? I agree it will be a close contest, but Gade's fitness has always been one of his strong points. i'm interested to see the results for malaysia's men's doubles pairs... Chan and Chew are very good players, i wonder why they haven't been able to deliver...
     
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    lee vs. roslin a disadvantage for roslin? isn't their head to head 2-3 in roslin's favour? but roslin is far more aggressive when he plays lee, plus his really getting into good form while lee hasn't really lived up to his seeding for a while (example when his seeded 2nd at swiss open)

    as for bao vs. hafiz, i'm really suprised that hafiz even made it this far, isn't i tradition that he crashes out early???

    and i'm bettin on xia beating gade, althoug their head to head is even (2) xia's on a roll and gettin back into form, plus it's a title defense! it's a matter of pride to make it all the way! (well at least until he runs into lin dan in qf, cuz then his out)
     
  9. wilfredlgf

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    Tradition? He is supposed to be playing his best badminton and emerge as one of the stars, improving every day and month but somehow he seems to look shaky. A lenghty lay off from badminton from wrist injury can do a lot of bad to a player, coming back rusty. Before he went out in HK (or was it Taiwan?), he was playing ok, some quarterfinals et al.

    He needs to get that stride back, that consistency, that passion to climb back and challenge for honours. I'm sure his confidence had taken a severe blow from his exits at AE and getting KO-ed in Korea, not to mention his hopes of going to Athens getting more and more remote by the minute, as well as loses to unheralded players, I'd say he'll need lots of time to climb back. And fast, before he becomes another forgotten fringe player.

    Still, he is unlikely to put one over Bao in this one although the lanky Chinese himself had been bested by Dicky Palyama in Korea.

    Who knows? ;)
     
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    i am predicting bao to lose to hafiz if xia loses his match to peter.

     
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    What is the relationship between this two matches?
    What does the match Bao vs Hafiz got to do with Xia vs Peter? :p
     
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    So someone in Chinese WD squad IS really injured this time, huh... :cool:
     
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    WS upset

    Camilla got beaten by Nicole Grether from Germany!! :eek:

    The other results already out:

    Gong Ruina beat Kanako
    Wang Chen beat Dai Yun
     
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    Can you tell me how you get the results?
     
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    I am getting form http://sports.sina.com.cn/ ,however not many results are out yet. I assume you read chinese huh...
     
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    Hmmm... how do they get the result? They must have posted a personnel there.
     
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    Only other result I know : Kaori Mori bt Tatiana Vattier 13-10 11-1
     
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    March of the Indons in MD; Decimation of the Malaysians

    All four Indonesian pairs advanced to the last eight.

    Sigit/Trikush defeated Choong/Lee 5-15, 17-16, 15-12 (very close)
    All other last 16 matches are in straight games.
    Last 8 line-up

    Paaske/Rasmussen v Limpele/Eng Hian
    Fu/Cai v Lee/Yoo Yung Sung
    Sigit/Trikush v Alven/Luluk
    Candra/Halim v Kim/Ha

    I predict an all-Indon final. I think only Fu/Cai can change that.
     
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    Chinese resignation in the WD

    In the match with 3 Zhangs and 1 Yang,
    Yang Wei/Zhang Jiewen bt. Zhang Dan/Zhang Yawen 15-5, 8-6 retired.

    The top half is for Wei Yili/Zhao Tingting to take.
    The bottom half will very probably pit Yang/Zhang against Ra/Lee in the semifinal.
     
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    MS quaters final:

    LIN Dan - Peter GADE

    BAO Cunlai - Roslin

    SHON Seung Mo - SUSILO Ronald

    CHEN hong - PARK Tae Sang
     

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