Thailand GP Gold 2008: Day 3 (26 June -R32 and R16)

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  1. Jagdpanther

    Jagdpanther Regular Member

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    CJ stands for Central Java.
    Mr. Krisna has confirmed it.:)

    There were many guesses before, ranging from Cap Jengkol, Cantik Juga, Cukup Jago, even Calon Juara!:eek:
     
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    YES....YOYO is gone...BIG 28 points....hehe
     
  3. Jagdpanther

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    10-21. No hope already.
    Poor PAWers.
    Hey, PAW game looks fun. Wanna try it someday!
     
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    you should have PAWed....:D
     
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    Yeah, looks like fun, but the list looks complicated. Maybe both of us should try one day. :D

    Hafiz, <Sigh>, seed no 4 fallen. 5th upset of the day. With so many seeds in MS, more complicated than SS, end of the day only count total.
     
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    holy cow... Yoyo running out of gas in 3rd game... again? :eek: Why dun Misbun send him for marathon training first? :rolleyes: Pathetic Mr.Yoyo... Mr.NoGas :p
     
  7. Jagdpanther

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    New nickname?:p
     
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    I think Mr Yoyo had run out by mid 2nd set after the tussle in the 1st game
    Mr. Yoyo pictured him better than Mr. Nogas
     
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    yo yo should stop playing badminton
    full time become police better...
    waste tax payer money....
     
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    Come on Sook chin :)
    Time to exact sweet revenge over ur loss to the European pair in INA SS
     
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    Go Hu Yun.. give another upset... :D:D:D
     
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    Had not been online for a couple of days, so, missed to PAW for this event :mad:

    As always, the Thailand Open is not friendly to the INA squad, so, expect no INA players to last beyond QF, except maybe for a couple of them.

    The 4 Pelatnas XD pairs were all wiped out yesterday. The Djarum pair, Fran Kurniawan/Shendy Puspa Irawati also lost to Rasmus Bonde/Helle Nielsen. The other pair, Rendra Wijaya/Meiliana Jauhari lasted till today before they got beaten in R16 by the top-seed He Hanbin/Yu Yang (as expected).

    In the MS, only Alamsyah Yunus progresses to the QF, after he beat Tommy Sugiarto in rubber-set today. Andre Kurniawan Tedjono lost to Chan Yan Kit in straight-sets. Alam will face Hu Yun tomorrow.

    In the WS, Maria Elfira Christina continues her good run as she reaches the QF by beating Fu Mingtian in rubber-set. She is expected the second-seed Lu Lan tomorrow. Aprillia Yuswandari did well in reaching R16. Maria Febe Kusumastuti and Fransisca Ratnasari lost in R32 yesterday.

    In the MD, the Pelatnas back-up pair Bona Septano/Mohd Ahsan reaches R16 (which is my expecation of them). They will face the top-seed Fu Haifeng/Cai Yun tonight, so, just enjoy the experience! Fu/Cai themselves beat Fernando Kurniawan/Lingga Lie in R32 this morning.

    Rian Sukmawan/Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki did well in beating the Thai pair in their first match today. A tricky tie against a Chinese-Taipei pair Liao Min-Chun/Wang Chia-Min awaits later. The Djarum pair Rendra Wijaya/Fran Kurniawan also progresses to R16 and will face a tough match against Songphon Anugritayawon/Tesana Panvisvas later.

    In the WD, only Meiliana Jauhari/Shendy Puspa Irawati and Nadya Melati/Devi Tika Permatasari progress to R16 later tonight. Nadya/Devi will face the top-seed Yang Wei/Zhang Jiewen. while Mel/Shendy will have a winnable tie against Vivian Ho Kah Mun/Ng Hui Lin. The Malaysian youngsters themselves beat Nathalia Poluakan/Yulianti in 3 close-sets.

    Rani Mundiasti/Endang Nursugianti continued their poor form as they lost in the first round to Frances Liu Fan/Vanessa Neo Yu Yan. Nitya Krishinda/Lita Nurlita also lost to Yang Wei/Zhang Jiewen.
     
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    Hu Yun lost today ;)...
     
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    Wah, how did Vivian/Hui Lin get from trailing 1st set to winning it.... Go gals.

    And WPT have to play 3 matches tdy, 2 WD & 1 XD. Hope she will have the stamina in this 3rd game
     
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    CEH/WPT leading 9-2 nw
     
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    CEH/WPT leading 11-2 nw
     
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    More exiciting is our Vivian & Hui LIn against the young Indonesia WD , 19-16 in rubber
     
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    match pt for CEH/WPT 20-6
     
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    CEH/WPT won 21-7 in 2nd set
     

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