Malaysia Open

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  1. seven

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    yes, they are one of the young and upcoming indonesian pairs...
     
  2. Syaoran_Style

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    Today Mia audina Vs Pi Hongyan
    Go hooongyaaaaann!!!! ;)
     
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    Does anyone now if the quarterfinals is finished???
    Kom så Peter Rasmussen, jeg ved du kan!!
     
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    I can't believe that Peter Gade lost to Lee Chong Wei:confused:
     
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    sorry a bit off topic

    hey go gade

    can u teach me danish since i am trying haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaard to learn it right now LOL its really difficult
     
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    Go AUDINAaaaaaaaaa
     
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    Hi...

    I'm really diappointed when I heard that my favourite pair CAI YUN/FU HAIFENG lost to the young Indonesian. I'm very surprised because I've never heard the name of the Indonesians before. Who are they ? I think they're really new.
    But, I hope CAI YUN/FU HAIFENG will be better in the next olympics and they can win the gold. Bravo China ! Zhong Guo Dui Jia You !!
     
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    I am not sure about of this news. But I am speaking from what I had heard from my friends. So you guys are feel to make any corrections.

    I feel that Indonesia are producing some young guns. Pairs like Joko Riyadi, Hendra Gunawan and Hendra Setiawan, Markis Kido are starting to make their presence known. Joko and Hendra got to round 3 and was knocked out by third seeds veteran Choong and Lee. And Markis and Hendra despactched the top pair for this tournament to set up a quater final encounter with compatriots Alven and Luluk.

    I think that they would take over the older players like Candra and Flandy after they retire after the Olympics Malaysia can depend on players Koo Kien Keat and Chan Chong Ming to keep their doubles' hopes alive. Whereas, China have firmly established Cai, Fu and Sang, Zheng in the top 10. But I have yet to see any new pairs coming from other powerhouses like, South Korea and Denmark

    Btw could anyone brief us about the quarter-finals encounters today. Thanx very much
     
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    Not all that surprising...

    The style of Fu/Cai is very characteristic of a young pair. It's about shuttle-whacking -- speed and power, not so much thinking. An older pair might not be able to keep up with their tempo, but might beat them with better tactics.

    My guess is that this young Indonesian pair matched Fu/Cai in terms of speed and power, and the Chinese pair simply were not experienced enough to realize this and switch into another style of playing.
     
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    Very true from Mag. Cai/Fu gets very pumped up in a match. They need to learn to be more composed and thoughtful.
     
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    Quarterfinal

    2 July
    Park bt Lin Dan--15-12 15-5
    Xia bt Rasmussen--15-12 12-15 15-6
    Lee CW bt Bao CL--15-10 15-11
    Chen Hong bt Susilo--15-9 15-11
     
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    Malaysian MD is doing well, Tan and Ong defeated top thai pair and Choong/Lee defeated Sang/Zhang. This means that there will be a Malaysian pair in the final.

    Also, I have a good feeling about Lee CW this time, I think he can beat Chen Hong if he maintains his form.

    Well Done!!!
     
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    not a good game for lin dan,huh?

     
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    Interesting that the Lin and Bao, who already have their
    Olympic position secured, both lost. Let's see which one
    of Xia and Chen can go further. :)
     
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    Question about Lin's game?

    Did anybody watch the game between Lin and Park? Was Lin played below his normal par?
     
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    Too tense, that's the problem with Lin Dan. In this tournament he seems to be more rattled than necessary. It already showed when he played Hafiz Hashim.
     
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    Danish!

    Yes, of course i would do so!! :p :p
     
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    i would say there's quite a few unexpected results....
    let's see if Malaysia Open will end up like Korea Open with Xia Xuanze vs Chen Hong :rolleyes:
     
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    Lee Chong Wei may be able to win over Chen Hong this time.. we will just have to see...
     

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