proton malaysia open super series 2010 M&Q Report List

Discussion in 'Korea Open / Malaysia Open 2010' started by leonardklh, Dec 21, 2009.

  1. george@chongwei

    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    what u mean delete the quote?:confused:?

    just quote and what u wanna write, just write below it.;)


    did u mean like this??(this post that i quoted your post)? Just don't add or edit anything. If u wanna quote, just press the quote button and post below;) below the quote button. don't edit anything.
     
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  2. Jimmy_Goh

    Jimmy_Goh Regular Member

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    After I "reply to Quote", I have to write something, and "Submit Reply".
    Can I don't "Submit Reply" because I changed my mind and decided not to "reply to Quote"?
     
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    Yes, if you decide not to reply that post after you quoted, just go back to previous page lah.......easy ! try it..! ;):D:D
     
  4. Jimmy_Goh

    Jimmy_Goh Regular Member

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    Wow, why didn't I think of "Back" page.
    Thanks buddy:cool:
     
  5. undeadshot

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    Malaysian Open attracts more players than SSMF, LOL. I wish all MAS players good lucky, especially LCW seeing that he might be going for another showdown with LD ;) That is, if he can get past earlier obstacles. (Should be able, because this is MO, right? :confused:)
     
  6. leonardklh

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    latest withdrawal:

    ms

    kenichi tago

    ws

    porntip buranaprasertsuk
    pi hongyan
    adriyanti firdasari
    maria kristin yulianti
    rachel van cutsen
    kim moon hi

    md

    koen ridder/rudd bosch


    wd

    nitya krishinda maheswari/greysia polii
    WILSON-SMITH Kate/Leanne Choo
    VAN DOOREMALEN Paulien/Lotte Jonathans

    xd

    Lita Nurlita/Devin Lahardi Fitriawan
    Reiko Shiota/Shintaro Ikeda
    VAN DOOREMALEN Paulien/Rudd Bosch
    DE RUITER Jorrit/Lotte Jonathans
     
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    Nitya is still injured..
    Lita may not be called back by PBSI..
     
  8. george@chongwei

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    how come so many ina players withdrew??
    what??? no pi hong yan and reiko shiota??? no kim moon hi?:(
     
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    is there any info why Maria Kristin and Firda withdrew?
     
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    So, that's the end of the Devin/Lita partnership I suppose.....they still have yet to break the top echelon of XD. Sigh....
     
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    Form M/Q version 2, Tommy Sugiarto is in qualifying player list due to Kenichi Tago withdrawal. There're still many MS players in the reserve list...
     
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    one of the reason is the thomas/uber cup which will be held in the same venue this May:cool:
     
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    Nice big draw. Not sure if the snow is going to spoil the show in Korea. ;)
     
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    Top-names are still IN so far, waiting the draw is released through BWF website today.
     
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    seems like no withdrawal so far after the release of M&Q report version 4 today(this morning)...
     
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    those who withdrawal after 3rd of january will be fined!!
     
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    The heavier the better, if without valid reasons.
     
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    Agree. Hope that the chill cold weather in Korea , and then after that coming to Mas for a hot warm weather won't spoil the party.

    Prayed that those players won't fall sick.
     
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    I can only find this news on the MO Draw at present. For your reading pleasure.:)
    http://www.thestar.com.my/sports/story.asp?file=/2010/1/6/sports/5417335&sec=sports
    SHAH ALAM: The reigns of Lee Chong Wei and Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong as the men’s singles and doubles world No. 1 respectively will be put under test when they compete at the Malaysian Open badminton championships, which will be held at the Putra Stadium in Bukit Jalil from Jan 19-24.
    All the top 30 singles players, including Olympic and world champion Lin Dan, have confirmed participation as the championships serve the opportunity to test the conditions at a venue, which will also stage the Thomas Cup Finals in May.
    And the presence of the top Chinese shuttlers, who were absent from the last two editions, will make it tough for Chong Wei to win a sixth Malaysian Open title. He can only expect an easy match against Rajiv Ouseph of England in the first round.
    Number one: (from right) Badminton World Federation CEO Thomas Lund, Malaysian Open organising chairman Datuk Al-Amin Majid and Proton managing director Datuk Syed Zainal posing together in Kuala Lumpur Tuesday after announcing Proton as the title sponsor.
    In the draw made yesterday for the second Super Series event of the year, Chong Wei is in the same quarter as South Korean Park Sung-hwan, whom he beat in the final last year, and fifth seed Chen Jin of China.
    The other quarter in the same half has Indonesia’s former Olympic champion Taufik Hidayat, China’s Bao Chunlai and Copenhagen Masters winner Jan Jorgensen of Denmark.
    The other half of the draw together with Lin Dan are top Dane Peter-Gade Christensen and Indonesians Sony Dwi Kuncoro and Simon Santoso.
    “The return of the Chinese players makes it much tougher for Chong Wei to live up to the expectations of the home fans,” said national singles chief coach Rashid Sidek.
    “However, the good news is he has fully recovered from a knee injury and he is coping well in training. He has always done well on home ground and I hope he can reach the final again.”
    Wong Choong Hann and Mohd Hafiz Hashim are the two other Malaysians in the men’s singles main draw but they will be hard-pressed to get past the early rounds.
    Choong Hann will play against Wacha Przemyslaw of Poland in the first round and the winner will get a probable second round match against Simon, who won the gold medal in the Laos SEA Games.
    Hafiz has drawn Hsieh Yu-hsin of Taiwan in the opening round and a second-round match will likely be against 2007 champion Christensen.
    National elite back-up shuttler Liew Daren, a quarter-finalist last year, will have to play in the qualifying rounds along with Kuan Beng Hong, Chong Wei Feng, Tan Chun Seang, Lee Tsuen Seng and Sairul Amar Ayob.
    Top seeds Kien Keat-Boon Heong will find it tough to regain the Malaysian Open title they last won in 2007 as they have been drawn in the same half as Olympic champions Markis Kido-Hendra Setiawan. The Indonesians were the winners over Kien Keat-Boon Heong in the final of the SEA Games in Vientiane last month.
    Kien Keat-Boon Heong open their campaign against another Indonesian pair, Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki-Rian Suk­ma­wan.
    “We normally play better in our second tournament back-to-back but we are skipping the Korea Open next week, so we have to see how things goes. We will aim to get into at least the semi-finals,” said Kien Keat.
    National No. 2 Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif-Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari are heading for a second round battle with former top national pair Choong Tan Fook-Lee Wan Wah unless they lose to 2005 world champions Howard Bach-Tony Gunawan of the United States.
    Super Series Masters Finals women’s singles champion Wong Mew Choo also has a tough draw as the unseeded Malaysian can expect to play against world champion Lu Lan of China in the second round.
    Lydia Cheah opens against second seed Wang Lin of China while Julia Wong, making a return after a six-month layoff because of a torn knee ligament, has an opening match against SEA Games gold medallist Salakjit Ponsana of Thailand.
     
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