WJC Individual Day 3 (23 Apr 2010)

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  1. limsy

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    i think all malaysia player/pair will advance to next round
    quater final is nicer:)
     
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    it almost 9am Guadalajara time...
     
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    what I can see until now is that Europeans players are much better than the last years, or at least compared to Asian players
     
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    well, that's good....btw there's no order of play yet on ts about today's matches....
     
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    Got , scroll further down the page;)
     
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    maybe the matches you miss are from the losers' draw??
     
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    Come on Teo/Lai...jia you...Teo/Lai wins the first game 21-17, hurray
    Can Song Ziwei play better in mixed doubles? :rolleyes:
     
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    oh ok.. thanks for the info
     
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    Teo/Lai book their SF spot... 21-17; 21-13 win over Chinese Taipei. Hope that starts a good day for MAS
     
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    Organizer should determine GS -BS rank for Olympic Youth Games qualification purpose
     
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    It's spot in QF. ;)
     
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    Should be QF spot
     
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    cmon Riyanto.....dont make too many mistakes....
     
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    1st upset of the days, European players keep forward:
    Max SCHWENGER/Isabel HERTTRICH [GER] [9/16] beat CHOI Seung-il /PARK So-young [KOR] [5/8] 21-14, 14-21, 21-18

    Kim Astrup/Line Kjaersfeldt (DEN, 9/16) are halfway to another upset.

    Unseeded KOR pair Kang Ji-wook/Choi Hye-in win over Song Ziwei/Tang Jinhua (CHN, 3/4), 18-21, 21-12, 21-11, biggest upset so far.
     
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    that's quite confusing....they should separate it....
     
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    well.......go European.....;)
     
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    both Ina's tie will be lost their tie....doesnt look good....
     

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