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  1. shawntn

    shawntn Regular Member

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    The US didn't make it to any of the rounds for the matches i have wached.

    I am sorry guys/gals, i don't have any more update to the tourneyment. I didn't think it was worth to mention or watch. I should of taken the draw of those made it and those weren't. I have watch all the preliminary matches but i couldn't remember it all. The Koreans were playing superb badminton. They took all the spaces. Indo took the MD i think. Koreans had all the rest. They played very arrogant badminton.

    I think the only reason my friends lost their matches was because they were so nervous playing the US open. I have learned a lesson though, to stay calm at all times.

    If i have any updates i'll be posting.
     
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    Winex West Can Regular Member

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    Part of the tour for them after competing successfully in the Canadian Open. These guys/gals are probably the future of the Korean National team.
     
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    Find the results here...
     
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    Deyana Lomban and Mona Santoso lost in a walkover in the first round. Did they fail to show up?
     
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    Zeng Yaqiong already lost in the 2nd round.

    Dai Yun met Jennifer Coleman (US) in 3rd. The result seems like a one sided match, but the site did not show who's the winner.
     
  6. Zax

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    Dai Yun

    "Dai Yun met Jennifer Coleman (US) in 3rd. The result seems like a one sided match, but the site did not show who's the winner."

    Har har you must be kidding.
    You don't need to see that on the site to know who is the winner!!
     
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    Re: Dai Yun

    That's exactly what I was going to say!! ;)
     
  8. kineda

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    I have complete videos of all the final matches. I'll have them burned onto DVD soon. The men's singles and doubles were definately the most exciting.
     
  9. Zax

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    US Open Finals

    Well, it would certainly be nice if you could put these videos online somewhere for a while, for example send them to badmintoncity.com.

    The final results:
    (gunawan won both doubles as I expected)

    Men doubles:
    Gunawan/Malaythongs vs. Lin/Lee: 6-15,15-4,15-5

    Men singles:
    Gunawan/Gunawan vs. Hwang/Lee: 15/5 15/2

    Womens doubles:
    Itawi/Tai vs. Ha/Lee: 15/5 15/4

    Womens singles:
    Kelly Morgan vs. Lee: 13-10, 7-11, 11-5

    Men singles:
    Chien [tpe] vs. Ahn: 5-15, 15-6, 15-?
     
  10. Tezta.com

    Tezta.com Regular Member

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    Is this Terry?
     
  11. kineda

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    Yes, it is! :) And you are?
     
  12. Tezta.com

    Tezta.com Regular Member

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    Well im the same tezta from mbworld and bnzsport so i was just kinda suprised to see you were interested in badminton as well. Did you drive your C down? i didnt see it in the parking lot.
     
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