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Steveg
Mar 7th, 2002, 07:56 AM
As usual : order of play and results... ;)

Results on Friday only of course, after matches have been played (not before ;) ).

If results arrive to me as the same time as for previous days, it should be available between 15:45 and 16:30 my time (GMT + 7).

Steveg
Mar 7th, 2002, 08:08 AM
GROUP I

Court 1 : THA vs UZB (Pool B)
Court 2 : (1) INA vs (3) KOR (Pool A)
Court 3 : (2) JPN vs CHN (4) (Pool B)
Court 4 : TPE vs IND (Pool A)
Court 5 : HKG vs PHI (Pool B)

GROUP II

Court 8 : KAZ vs MAS
Court 10 : POC vs SIN

lin
Mar 7th, 2002, 11:03 AM
Good luck to Taiwanese team.:)

At least we have to be NO.3 in Pool A.

Tato_top
Mar 7th, 2002, 12:55 PM
i hope indonesian team can win!!cheers!

Tato_top
Mar 7th, 2002, 01:01 PM
how was the score???

Steveg
Mar 7th, 2002, 01:30 PM
Originally posted by Tato_top
how was the score???

Tato_top, results on Friday only ;) .

BTW, do you know if Shelley Stevens will be playing the $25K ITF in Vietnam (Hochiminh City : Apr 8 to 14)?

She was here last year and I do hope to see her again this year!!!

spyro
Mar 8th, 2002, 12:19 AM
Court 2 : (1) INA vs (3) KOR (Pool A)
Court 3 : (2) JPN vs CHN (4) (Pool B)

:eek: :eek: :eek:


Can't wait to see the Results.... Go Indonesia :bounce: :bounce: :bounce:

Tato_top
Mar 8th, 2002, 02:28 AM
Originally posted by Steveg


Tato_top, results on Friday only ;) .

BTW, do you know if Shelley Stevens will be playing the $25K ITF in Vietnam (Hochiminh City : Apr 8 to 14)?

She was here last year and I do hope to see her again this year!!!




well i dunno about that.that's good then.and how many vietnamese players will playing there?

rhz
Mar 8th, 2002, 03:02 AM
anyone knows how this work? after this? if KOR bt INA, will INA have a chance to go to the word's play off???

ThePonos
Mar 8th, 2002, 03:22 AM
As I know, there are 2 teams from group 1 Asia Oceania that promoted to world groups (playoff).

The Winner of match no 1 and no 2 (see bellow) will promote to WG Relegation.

1. Pool A Winner vs Pool B RunnerUp.
2. Pool B Winner vs Pool A RunnerUP.

So, Both INA and KOR still have chance to promote to WG, whatever the result of their match.

Pls, correct if any mistake.

kfh_9118
Mar 8th, 2002, 05:12 AM
According to Angelique Widjaja website, Indonesia leads Korea 1-0 after Angie beat Kim Mi-Ok 6-2, 6-1 in one hour. Congrats Angie.

I am just wondering why Korea did not play Mi-Ra Jeon instead of Kim Mi-Ok. Is it part of their strategies? Indonesia keeps playing Wynne and Angie in both single and double in every match, just afraid they'll too tired in the Saturday play-off :(

:bounce: :bounce: Go Indonesian Fed Cup Team :bounce: :bounce:

Rising Sun
Mar 8th, 2002, 08:01 AM
I just hope Mi-Ra isn't injured. :fiery:
That would be the worst thing. I don't want to seem paranoid, but I had a feeling something like this was going to happen. :rolleyes:

Steveg
Mar 8th, 2002, 08:10 AM
Sorry but I have not received results yet :o . It is possible that some events took longer than in the past days :confused: .

There should have been some tough matches today.

spyro
Mar 8th, 2002, 08:48 AM
Geeezzz Steveg, i thougt you post the results .... :p :p :p

Steveg
Mar 8th, 2002, 08:53 AM
THA vs UZB
Akgul AMANMURADOVA d. Pichaya LAOSIRICHON 60 62
Napaporn TONGSALEE d. Ivanna ISRAILOVA 61 67(1) 64
Pichaya LAOSIRICHON / Napaporn TONGSALEE d. Akgul AMANMURADOVA / Ivanna ISRAILOVA 62 64

THA : 2-1

(1) INA vs (3) KOR
Angelique WIDJAJA d. Mi-Ok KIM 62 62
Wynne PRAKUSYA d. Yang-Jin CHUNG 64 62
Yoon-Jeong CHO / Mi-Ra JEON d. Diana JULIANTO / Wukirasih SAWONDARI 61 64

INA : 2-1

(2) JPN vs (4) CHN
Jie ZHENG d. Rika FUJIWARA 57 76(4) 61
Nan-Nan LIU d. Saori OBATA 64 62
Akiko MORIGAMI / Yuka YOSHIDA d. Na LI / Ting LI 60 75

CHN : 2-1

TPE vs IND
Chin-Wei CHAN d. Sonal PHADKE 62 60
Janet LEE d. Manisha MALHOTRA 64 64
Hsiao-Han CHAO / Tzu-Ting WENG d. Rushmi CHAKRAVARTHI / Manisha MALHOTRA 36 63 63

TPE : 3-0

HKG vs PHI
Po-Kuen LAM d. Anna Patricia SANTOS 62 61
Ka-Po TONG d. Czarina-Mae AREVALO 62 60
Po-Kuen LAM / Ka-Po TONG d. Czarina-Mae AREVALO / Anna Patricia SANTOS 62 63

HKG : 3-0

KAZ vs MAS
Alissa VELTS d. Chen-Yee LIAW 76(5) 60
Chin-Bee KHOO d. Olga DZUBA 61 62
Chin-Bee KHOO / Chen-Yee LIAW d. Olga DZUBA / Valeria KHAZOVA 46 61 62

MAS : 2-1

POC vs SIN
Gurianna KORINIHONA d. Sonya KUMAR 63 62
Davilyn GODINET d. Agustine LIMANTO 64 61
Gurianna KORINIHONA / Irene MANI d. Tina JACOB / Sonya KUMAR 63 64

POC : 3-0

I wonder if Korea did not consider safer to play Japan than China in tomorrow final play-offs, which is why Mi-Ra and Yoon-Jeong did not play singles today :confused: .

Need to rush now. I am already late...

ThePonos
Mar 8th, 2002, 08:59 AM
Big Congrat to Indonesian Team.

spyro
Mar 8th, 2002, 09:06 AM
What about tomorrow Schedule ???

Wally
Mar 8th, 2002, 11:13 AM
congrats to:

Thailand
Indonesia
China
Taipei
Hong Kong and
Malaysia

bad luck to:
The Philippines! :sad: :sad: :sad:
Japan :sad:
Korea and
Singapore

Eric_tennis
Mar 8th, 2002, 12:50 PM
Wow,... I don't know what's going on.

I think China and Korea team wanted to lose,... they didn't use their best players.
But ironically, China won. :rolleyes: :p

It's really interesting to see which team would advance to world group with these strategy. :drool:


danker : I was really worried when I saw your post regarding Mi-ra. But everything is clear,... Mi-ra should be healthy. I'm relieved. :D

Rising Sun
Mar 8th, 2002, 01:27 PM
Everything is very clear now. ;)

It looks like China and Korea saved their best players for tomorrow's play-offs, which was a very smart thing to do because they knew that they were already in the Top 2 in their groups.

However, Japan and Korea still have a chance to make the play-offs by winning their matches tomorrow.

I think Indonesia and Japan should have used their weaker players for today's matches. Angie, Wynne, Saori and Rika won't be as fresh tomorrow But since they're playing each other, it's not going to matter. :rolleyes:

Congrats to Malaysia who for sure will play in Group 1 next year! :D

Rising Sun
Mar 8th, 2002, 03:53 PM
I just read on a Japanese message board that Japan'll play Korea tomorrow? :confused:

Does this mean that Indonesia and China have automatically qualified for the play-offs? :confused: :eek:

If so, it must be hugely disappointing for the Japanese team. But it still doesn't make sense, because it doesn't explain why China and Korea didn't use their top players today???

Weird... :rolleyes:

Perhaps the info on the board is incorrect. :(

Steveg
Mar 8th, 2002, 05:02 PM
After Friday matches (results mentioned are Won / Lost):

POOL A

1. INA
Ties : 4 / 0
Matches : 10 / 2
Sets : 21 / 4
Games : 135 / 84

2. KOR
Ties : 3 / 1
Matches : 10 / 2
Sets : 20 / 5
Games : 135 / 74

3. TPE
Ties : 2 / 2
Matches : 7 / 5
Sets : 14 / 14
Games : 129 / 122

4. NZL
Ties : 1 / 3
Matches : 3 / 9
Sets : 8 / 19
Games : 101 / 135

5. IND
Ties : 0 / 4
Matches : 0 / 12
Sets : 3 / 24
Games : 68 / 153


POOL B

1. CHN
Ties : 5 / 0
matches : 14 / 1
Sets : 28 / 3
Games : 179 / 65

2. JPN
Ties : 4 / 1
Matches : 13 / 2
Sets : 27 / 5
Games : 181 / 70

3. HKG
Ties : 2 / 3
Matches : 6 / 9
Sets : 13 / 18
Games : 109 / 134

4. THA
Ties : 2 / 3
Matches : 6 / 9
Sets : 12 / 20
Games : 104 / 151

5. UZB
Ties : 2 / 3
Matches : 5 / 10
Sets : 11 / 21
Games : 120 / 153

6. PHI
Ties : 0 / 5
Matches : 1 / 14
Sets : 4 / 28
Games : 65 / 185