Quarter final line up.

Discussion in 'Hong Kong / Chinese Taipei / China Open 2003' started by kwun, Nov 13, 2003.

  1. Cheung

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    Np way. They demolished everybody in the TaiPei Open.

    As for the 'hope', all they can do is keep playing, stay injury free and keep their confidence up. Beating Kim/Ha twice in two weeks is pretty good. Remember Kim and that quote from worldbadminton - he said only Candra/Sigit could touch them.
     
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    You're jumping to conclusions. Firstly, Rikke withdrew due to an elbow injury she got in Taipei Open. Secondly, "nobody can beat them"... Well, that's what everybody used to say about Kim/Ha. No pair is invincible. :p
     
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    If you said the truth, I take back part of what I said.

    But I didn't say "nobody can beat GAO/HUANG", I said "OLSEN/JORGENSEN have no chance to beat GAO/HUANG". I think I said the truth. GAO/HUANG are too strong for OLSEN/JORGENSEN. OLSEN/JORGENSEN never have beated GAO/HUANG.Except Korean pair, GAO/HUANG never lost to any others.
     
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    Not really. Gao/Huang lost to Yang Wei and Zhang Zhiwen in the Malaysian Open and the Singapore Open this year.
     
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    Of course ,also except their teammates.
     
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    Wang deserves credit for avenging her loss to Mia at Taiwan, but can the principle reason for Mia's loss be caused by fatigue due to the fact that she has to play both singles and doubles?
     
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    well, it must not be very easy to deal with both singles and doubles for Mia...
    she probably would be better either in singles or in doubles if she concentrated on just one disciplin...
     
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    Nobody has commented much on Cai and Fu's domination over Wijyay/Haryanto!!! Once again, they accomplished it in only 30 minutes. Fu/Cai have spent the least time on court in this tourney of all advanced MD. But JR and Co. also did not get kept long on court either in their match against English pair.
    This is going to be one exciting MD semi-finals!!
     

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