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Discussion in 'Super Series Final 2007' started by kevinboy, Jul 4, 2007.
i hope it will be held in Malaysia
so, do i have the honour to meet hauge the 'taiko'??
Prepare the sate banquet....
i will wait for you if the venue is in KL. 15pcs of chicken, 15pcs of mutton, 15pcs of beef, 15pcs of rabbit... sate Kajang . no take away, i wait until you finish all......
WC 07 already in KL, i dont think that SS Final will be in KL too......
many people will object this decission. or will M'sia breaking record by holding the most tournaments(by BWF) in a single country?
..don't forget his favorite drink...
..well, if M'sia/KL will "break" the record of holding the most BWF tourneys this yr, with the GP SS Finale, then next yr CHN will also tie the record by holding 3 of their own (2 CHN Opens & Olympics)..
darn...... i miss this
btw, what is his favourite drink?
beer? (alcohol drinks not permited in muslim's food centre)
or just plain water......
You re right.Proves how IT inept I am.Just checked that website wrongly entered by me, it's scary.
Anyway, anywhere is fine except M'sia with its scary home crowd.Singapore is a neutral ground and getting better support now from the govt as a sports venue.
Off topic-For this one..
..there are other pictures, but i think you should see it "better" on the right hand side of the table (behind the coconut drink)..i'm sure you've seen the pics already, but here it is again:
http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=46891&page=9 (post #145, 2nd pic down; and the following posts)....
Btw, i heard Hau-ge is quite good at making/mixing them also..
Should still be on schedule according to NST.
Badminton / Super Series finals: Lucrative end awaits shuttlers
By : K.M. Boopathy
THE primary focus of the national shuttlers is next year’s Beijing Olympics but they will be looking forward to concluding a good run this year by reigning supreme in the US$500,000 (RM1.68 million) Super Series Finals on Dec 18-23.
Although the qualification for the Super Series Finals will be finalised after last four legs — Denmark (Oct 23-28), French (Oct 30-Nov 4), China (Nov 20-25) and Hong Kong (Nov 27-Dec 02) — Malaysia is already assured of two entries in World No 2 men’s singles Lee Chong Wei (pic) and World No 1 men’s doubles Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong.
Chong Wei has so far won two Super Series events — the Indonesia and Japan Opens — while Kien Keat-Boon Heong were victorious in the Malaysia and Swiss Opens as well as the All England.
Chong Wei is also ranked second in the Super Series ranking while Kien Keat-Boon Heong are ranked third but have amassed sufficient points to become one of the top eight qualifiers in their respective events.
Chong Wei appears to be the sole Malaysian in the men’s singles as Hafiz Hashim and Wong Choong Hann are 14th and 16th respectively.
However, Choong Tan Fook-Lee Wan Wah are in striking distance of qualifying provided they do not slip up in the final four tournaments and maintain or improve on their sixth position.
Tan Bin Shen-Ong Soon Hock are also in the top eight as they are ranked No 8 but may lose out as competition rules allow only two players or pairs per country in each event.
This rule will also make life easy for Chong Wei as he only needs to worry about two players from China although there are four — top ranked Lin Dan, third ranked Chen Jin, fourth ranked Bao Chunlai and sixth ranked Chen Yu — in the top eight.
A Lin Dan-Chong Wei final is on the cards as their other rival Taufik Hidayat of Indonesia may not even qualify as he is in 12th position.
Although the breakdown of prize money and venue are yet to be announced by Badminton World Federation (BWF), the men’s singles champion is likely to pocket at least US$40,000 (RM134,600), the highest prize money offered in a badminton event.
However, Malaysia’s best chance of winning a title is in the men’s doubles where Kien Keat-Boon Heong are strong contenders while world champions Markis Kido-Hendra Setiawan of Indonesia and China’s Fu Haifeng-Cai Yun are expected to provide the challenge.
Wong Mew Choo, ranked ninth with Yao Jie of the Netherlands, will qualify for the Super Series finals if the current standing in the women’s singles remains unchanged.
This is because China — who have Xie Xingfang, Zhang Ning, Zhu Lin and Lu Lan in the top eight — can only have two players in the Super Series finals.
i did see the pics, just not really notice that Carlsberg.....
wonder if a carton enough for Hau-ge or not....
19 October 2007, venue still unknown......
I'm afraid the venue for SS Final will be announced after HKG SS...a very last minute preparation. Speculation about the host city still ON here...
Haiya... dont talk about my drinking....
Hm..a carton of Carlsberg?..is that for one night supply or for my whole visit?
that's one of my favorite satays.. sate kelinci (rabbit)...
Super Series Final will be in KL December 23.
are you sure? where do you get this information??
based on the above info, you are welcome to KL and have the sate kelinci
Great....you mean from dec 18 to 23, right/
I am great that it is in KL...hm...from KL to jakarta for New year....hehe..DRIFT!!! sate banquet~~
sate banquet is ok. but, no alcohol drink.....
is for your own health good sake.... (not Japanese sake!!)
........guess how I feel???
if really in KL and you here then, pls ensure to call me....
dont feel and , i buy you 'teh tarik' + sate