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TheBoiledEgg
May 14th, 2002, 03:01 PM
ASIA/OCEANIA QUALIFYING ZONE
GELORA SENAYAN TENNIS STADIUM, JAKARTA, INDONESIA
14 – 19 MAY 2002

DAILY RESULTS – 14 MAY (Tuesday)

Stage One - Round Robin

Group One


Malaysia
d.
China Hong Kong
2-1

No. 2
Premila Mei Vadiveloo
v.
Evelina leung
0-6 6-7(9)

No.1
Chen-Yee Liew
v.
Joanne Cheung
6-1 6-4

Doubles
Liaw/Vadiveloo
v.
Cheung/Yee-Ting Lo
5-7 6-1 6-3


Group Two


Korea (5)
d.
Japan
2-1

No. 2
Jae-Hee Joung
v.
Mari Tanaka
7-5 3-6 6-4

No.1
So-Jung Kim
v.
Yurika Sema
6-1 7-6(1)

Doubles
Joung/Kim
v.
Sema/Tanaka
6-4 5-7 4-6




Thailand (3)
d.
Sri Lanka
3-0

No. 2
Nudnida Luangnam
v.
Mahesha Seneviratne
7-6(2) 7-6(3)

No.1
Pichitra Thongdach
v.
Vindya Dayananda
6-0 6-2

Doubles
Luangnam/Thongdach
v.
Dayananda/Seneviratne
6-2 7-5


Group Three


India (4)
d.
Philippines
3-0

No. 2
Ankita Bhambri
v.
Alyssa Anne Labay
6-0 6-1

No.1
Sania Mirza
v.
Bernardine Aurell Sepulveda
6-0 6-4 :D

Doubles
Bhambri/Mirza
v.
Labay/Sepulveda
6-0 6-2




Indonesia
d.
Uzbekistan (6)
2-1

No. 2
Maya Rosa Ariana Stefanie
v.
Elina Arutunova
6-2 6-4 :(

No.1
Sandy Gumulya
v.
Ivanna Israilova
6-4 4-6 4-6 :D

Doubles
Stefanie/Septi Nindya Yutami
v.
Arutunova/Israilova
3-6 6-2 6-2 :(


Group Four


Chinese Taipei
d.
New Zealand
3-0

No. 2
Yi Chen
v.
Shaona Lee
6-1 6-2

No.1
Wen-Hsin Hsu
v.
Jennifer Poskitt
6-1 6-2

Doubles
I-Hui Chang/Chen
v.
Charlotte Bellis/Poskitt
6-1 6-4

jayakris
May 14th, 2002, 03:25 PM
ITF needs to get a clue. The seedings and pool draws are totally weird at these qualies .. How the heck is Indoensia with Sandy, Maya and Septi not seeded, and Thailand with some no names seeded 3rd? .. Then the pool that Australia has! -- basically Australia has been seeded straight into the quarterfinals, while Indonesia, Uzbekistan and India will have to fight tooth and nail for 2 spots in the QF .. China, NZL and Taiwan in the same pool looks weird too .. The groupings may be the result of a draw, but seeding Thailand at #3 is criminal :-) .. [I hope the Thai girls won't make me eat my foot though..]

Anyway, congrats to India for a good start against Philippines. Ankita Bhambri vs Maya Rosa may be the key matchup from that pool.

Martian KC
May 14th, 2002, 08:33 PM
Goo Chinese Taipei!!! Wen-Hsin and Yi Chen!!:D

TheBoiledEgg
May 15th, 2002, 11:37 AM
DAILY RESULTS – 15 MAY (Wednesday)

Stage One - Round Robin

Group One


Australia (1)
d.
China Hong Kong
3-0

No. 2
Olivia Lukaszewicz
v.
Yee-Ting Lo
6-1 6-2

No.1
Dubravka Cupac
v.
Joanne Cheung
6-2 6-3 :D

Doubles
Cupac/Lukaszewicz
v.
Cheung/Evelina Leung
6-0 6-2


Group Two


Korea (5)
d.
Sri Lanka
3-0

No. 2
So-Jung Kim
v.
Mahesha Seneviratne
6-0 6-2

No.1
Sung-A Hong
v.
Vindya Dayananda
6-4 6-2

Doubles
Hong/Jae-Hee Joung
v.
Dayananda/Seneviratne
6-0 6-1


Thailand (3)
d.
Japan
2-1

No. 2
Nudnida Luangnam
v.
Mari Tanaka
1-6 6-2 3-6

No.1
Pichitra Thongdach
v.
Yuika Sema
4-6 6-2 7-5

Doubles
Luangnam/Thongdach
v.
Sema/Tanaka
2-6 6-3 6-1


Group Three


India (4)
d.
Indonesia
3-0

No. 2
Ankita Bhambri
v.
Septi Nindya Yutami
2-6 6-4 6-3

No.1
Sania Mirza
v.
Sandy Gumulya
6-1 6-3 :D

Doubles
Bhambri/Mirza
v.
Gumulya/Yutami
6-3 7-5


Uzbekistan (6)
d.
Philippines
3-0 :D

No. 2
Vlada Ekshibarova
v.
Noelle Conchita Corazon Zoleta
6-2 6-1

No.1
Ivanna Israilova
v.
Bernardine Aurell Sepulveda
6-1 6-1 :D

Doubles
Elina Arutunova/Israilova
v.
Alyssa Anne Labay/Zoleta
6-1 6-0


Group Four


Chinese Taipei
d.
China (2)
2-1

No. 2
Yi Chen
v.
Qing Yue
6-1 6-3

No.1
Wen-Hsin Hsu
v.
Rui Du
6-7(5) 0-6

Doubles
I-Hui Chang/Chen
v.
Du/Yue
4-6 6-1 8-6

Martian KC
May 15th, 2002, 02:23 PM
I knew Rui Du would be tough! Glad they pulled it out!:D

Rising Sun
May 15th, 2002, 04:54 PM
No offence to Taiwan, but I'm very surprised China lost. :eek:

Their three players are very talented. Very disappointed Yue Qing didn't put up a better match though. I really thought that she would have won. :(

Unliky they'll finish Number 1 in their group now. :sad:

jayakris
May 16th, 2002, 03:41 AM
danker, I am surprised that you are "very surprised" that China lost .. I thought Taiwan should have been seeded among the top 4.

Anyway, both Taipei and China will make QFs. I am afraid that India (which has made the QFs) could top the pool and face one of these two teams. I want Malaysia (who are in QFs, along with Australia)

By the way, do we know why Maya Rosa did not play for Indonesia against India today? Septi Nindya played. I though you couldn't change the #1 and #2 players other than due to injury .. Any idea?

Jay

King Aaron
May 16th, 2002, 09:04 AM
Glad Malaysia won their opening match..:)

Watch out for Chen Yee..:)

TheBoiledEgg
May 16th, 2002, 10:01 AM
DAILY RESULTS – 16 MAY (Thursday)

Stage One - Round Robin

Group One


Australia (1)
d.
Malaysia
3-0

No. 2
Olivia Lukaszewicz
v.
Premila Mei Vadiveloo
6-0 6-0 :o

No.1
Dubravka Cupac
v.
Chen-Yee Liaw
6-2 7-5 :D

Doubles
Cupac/Daniella Dominikovic
v.
Analine Ten-Yi Fan/Liaw
6-4 6-1 :D


Group Two


Korea (5)
d.
Thailand (3)
3-0

No. 2
Jae-Hee Joung
v.
Prim Buaklee
6-7(4) 7-6(6) 6-2

No.1
So-Jung Kim
v.
Pichittra Thongdach
6-2 6-2

Doubles
Joung/Kim
v.
Nudnida Luangnam/Thongdach
7-5 6-4


Group Two


Japan
d.
Sri Lanka
3-0

No. 2
Mari Tanaka
v.
Mahesha Seneviratne
6-0 6-0

No.1
Yurika Sema
v.
Vindya Dayananda
6-4 6-1

Doubles
Tanaka/Himeko Tomiyama
v.
Jancy Paramanathan/Seneviratne
6-0 6-1


Group Three


India (4)
d.
Uzbekistan (6)
3-0 :(

No. 2
Ankita Bhambri
v.
Vlada Ekshibarova
6-3 6-0

No.1
Sania Mirza
v.
Ivanna Israilova
7-5 6-3 :eek: :(

Doubles
Kartiki Bhat/Mirza
v.
Elina Arutunova/Israilova
6-1 6-2


Group Three


Indonesia
d.
Philippines
3-0

No. 2
Maya Rosa Ariana Stefanie
v.
Noelle Conchita Corazon Zoleta
6-3 6-1

No.1
Sandy Gumulya
v.
Bernadine Aurell Sepulveda
6-0 6-1

Doubles
Stefanie/Septi Nindya Yutami
v.
Sepulveda/Zoleta
6-3 6-1


Group Four


China (2)
d.
New Zealand
3-0

No. 2
Quan Gao
v.
Shona Lee
6-1 6-3

No.1
Rai Du
v.
Jennifer Poskitt
6-1 6-0

Doubles
Du/Gao
v.
Charlotte Bellis/Poskitt
6-0 6-1

TheBoiledEgg
May 16th, 2002, 10:09 AM
Group 1
WON LOST MF MA
AUS 2 0 6 0
MAL 1 1 2 4
HKG 0 2 1 5

Group 2
KOR 3 0 8 1
THA 2 1 5 4
JPN 1 2 5 4
SRL 0 3 0 9

Group 3
IND 3 0 9 0
INA 2 1 5 4
UZB 1 2 4 5
PHI 0 3 0 9

Group 4
TPE 2 0 5 1
CHN 1 1 4 2
NZL 0 2 0 6

King Aaron
May 17th, 2002, 08:27 AM
:sad: Malaysia.... at least Chen Yee gave something of a fight in the second

TheBoiledEgg
May 17th, 2002, 03:01 PM
DAILY RESULTS – 17 MAY (Friday)

Main Draw, Stage Two – Knock Out


China (2)
d.
Australia (1)
2-1

No. 2
Qing Yue
v.
Olivia Lukaszewicz
1-6 1-6

No.1
Rui Du
v.
Dubravka Cupac
3-6 6-3 6-2

Doubles
Du/Quan Gao
v.
Cupac/Daniella Dominikovic
6-2 6-4





India (4)
d.
Thailand (3)
3-0

No. 2
Ankita Bhambri
v.
Nudnida Luangnam
6-2 6-4

No.1
Sania Mirza
v.
Pichittra Thongdach
6-4 6-1

Doubles
Bhambri/Mirza
v.
Prim Buaklee/Luangnam
6-1 6-4





Korea (5)
d.
Indonesia
2-1

No. 2
Jae-Hee Joung
v.
Septi Nindya Yutami
3-6 0-6

No.1
So-Jung Kim
v.
Sandy Gumulya
4-6 6-3 7-5

Doubles
Joung/Kim
v.
Gumulya/Yutami
6-4 4-6 10-8





Chinese Taipei
d.
Malaysia
3-0

No. 2
Yi Chen
v.
Premila Mei Vadiveloo
6-0 6-1

No.1
Wen-Hsin Hsu
v.
Chen-Yee Liaw
6-3 6-2

Doubles
I-Hui Chang/Chen
v.
Liaw/Vadiveloo
6-3 6-1


Consolation, Stage Two – Knock Out

China Hong Kong BYE


Uzbekistan (6)
d.
Sri Lanka
2-1

No. 2
Elina Arutunova
v.
Mahesha Seneviratne
6-1 6-3

No.1
Ivanna Israilova
v.
Vindya Dayananda
6-3 6-0

Doubles
Arutunova/Vlada Ekshibarova
v.
Dayananda/Senviratne
3-6 3-6





Japan
d.
Philippines
3-0

No. 2
Mari Tanaka
v.
Noelle Conchita Corazon Zoleta
6-1 6-1

No.1
Yurika Sema
v.
Bernadine Aurell Sepulveda
6-2 6-1

Doubles
Sema/Tanaka
v.
Alyssa Anne Labay/Zoleta
6-2 6-1


New Zealand BYE

TheBoiledEgg
May 17th, 2002, 03:04 PM
Top seeded Aussies failed to qualify ...... they ended up with #2 seeds in QF and missed out.

What a bad draw ....... #1 v #2 seeds all thanx to China who didn't top group.

Not sure why they did QF stage, normally its group winners into semis.

Only 3 will go through, the losing SF have another chance.


Dubravka :sad: :sad: , poor girl

lin
May 17th, 2002, 05:10 PM
:bounce: Taiwan :bounce:

keep going girls :bounce:

and well done Rui Du :eek: :D

jayakris
May 17th, 2002, 08:35 PM
TBE - I believe all four semifinalists have qualified for the world group. Where did you see that only three will go though??? ..

You are right, the draw (the original seedings actually) was totally screwed up. Thailand had absolutely no business getting seeded at all - and Taiwan should have been at least a second or 3rd seed and not pooled with other top-4 teams. My seedings would have been China, Tailwan, India/Aus, Aus/Ind, Indonesia, Korea, Uzbekistan. Having China and Taiwan in the same pool messed everything up and caused a top team to end up #2 in a pool and face Australia which was a top-4 team there. Terrible stuff. Korea does not look all that strong, but they did beat Indonesia today (I don't know why Maya did not play again, as in the case of their earlier tie against India) .. 10-8 3rd set (tiebreaker?) in the 3rd match for a 1-2 loss to Korea - the hosts must be heartbroken.

Rui Du vs Sania should be an interesting match in the semis. I think Sania will find it tough to beat Rui (by the way, what is the Chinese first name - Rui or Du ? - I have seen the western name listed by ITF as Du Rui and Rui Du alternatively).

Jay

TheBoiledEgg
May 17th, 2002, 08:45 PM
Yes there are 4 spots....... there were 4 last year and in previous years.

6 Europe (CZE as hosts)
4 Asia
3 South America
2 North America
1 Africa

SM
May 18th, 2002, 12:16 AM
Oh poor Dibravka...played one sloppy match and it cost them

nice to Olivia really just obliterating the opposition :eek:

Rising Sun
May 18th, 2002, 07:23 AM
I'm not at all surprised with China's upset over Australia, as they had done the same thing last year at Sri Lanka with similar teams as this year.

Disappointed with Yue, Qing's form this week. She's better than this.

BTW Jay, "Rui" is the 1st name; "Du" is the surname.
It should be a very interesting encounter between India and China.

Korea and Japan's teams were not very strong this year. So-Jung Kim and Yurika Sema are both more advanced than the Number 2 players in their teams.

köj-è
May 18th, 2002, 07:27 AM
Indonesia:sad: :sad: :sad: :sad: :sad:

lin
May 18th, 2002, 04:26 PM
Saturday Results from our news

Chinese Taipei def. Korea 2-1 :D :bounce:

China def. India 3-0

Chinese Taipei and China are in final now :).

Other Results

Indonesia def. Malaysia 2-1

Uzbekistan def. Hong Kong 3-0

Japan def. New Zealand 3-0

Sri Lanka def. Philippines 2-1

don't know the results between Australia and Thailand :o .

Martian KC
May 18th, 2002, 07:55 PM
A rematch!;) Good luck to both Chinese Taipei and China!!:bounce:

TheBoiledEgg
May 18th, 2002, 08:00 PM
thanx lin :)

a repeat of the group match ;)

jayakris
May 20th, 2002, 01:26 AM
Chinese Taipei won the title.

Here is the Sunday news from "The Hindu" newspaper from India,

==================
The results:

Final: Chinese Taipei bt China 2-1
(Yi Chen bt Quan Gao 6-4, 7-6 (6);
Wen-Hsin Hsu lost to Rui Du 3-6, 1-6;
I-Hui Chang and Yi Chen bt Quan Gao and Rui Du 7-6 (5), 6-3).

Third place: India bt Korea 3-0
(Ankita Bhambri bt Jae-Hee Joung 6-3, 6-1
Sania Mirza bt So-Jung Kim 7-5, 7-5
Ankita and Sania bt Jae-Hee Joung and So-Jung Kim 7-5, 6-4).

Final placings: Chinese Taipei, China, India, Korea, Indonesia, Australia, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, Uzbekistan, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka and Philippines.
==================

Not much of a surprising end, in my mind. Pretty much as I had expected right from the beginning, though I was not sure Taipei was good enough to clearly show domination over China by beating them twice. I would have expected those two to be 1 and 2 in some order with India following. Congrats to everybody!

Jay

jayakris
May 20th, 2002, 01:43 AM
Some disqualification business going on?? Chinese Taipei ?? .. Can any of you figure out what is in the bottom part of this article in Satusport today?

http://sport.mweb.co.id/berita/tenis/artikel.php?article_id=11613

Take a look. Something about Septi Nindya saying something from ITF's Suresh Menon, and about Indonesian coach being diplomatic, and others being optimistic, etc? .. Indonesia beat Australia to finish 5th, and if there is some disqualification, they get in I guess.

Anybody can get Bahasa Indonesia translated, please? .... Hmmm - sounds interesting.

Jay

lin
May 20th, 2002, 02:11 AM
:D well done girls :D

:bounce: :bounce: :bounce:

Martian KC
May 20th, 2002, 02:55 AM
LOL! Samne results!;) Congrats Taiwan!

TheBoiledEgg
May 20th, 2002, 03:07 AM
congrats Taiwan :)

King Aaron
May 20th, 2002, 07:40 AM
Congrats Taiwan..:)

Malaysia finished 8th..:) not bad..