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RND
Feb 6th, 2010, 04:11 PM
Should it be here? ;) I thought I'd start this early to heat it up and remind us Asian fans and posters who find themselves liking Asian tennis in any way the coming of this meaningful event. ;)

The 16th Asian Games, officially known as the XVI Asiad, is Asia's Olympic-style sporting event that will be held in Guangzhou, China from November 12 to November 27, 2010.

In previous edition of Doha Asian Games (2006), tennis had collected the best tennis players from Asia. Ultimately, Jie Zheng in Womens Singles, she and Zi Yan in Womens Doubles, and Chinese Taipei (Taiwan) in Womens Team took away the 3 gold medals for the women's part of game.

Doha Results:

Women's Team
- O Gold: Chinese Taipei
- O Silver: India
- O Bronze: Uzbekistan & Japan

Round of 16
[1]China(54) d bye
Uzbekistan(339) d Indonesia(503) 2-1
-AMANMURADOVA Akgul(UZB) d TEDJAKUSUMA Romana(INA) 64 63
-TULYAGANOVA Iroda(UZB) d GUMULYA Sandy(INA) 61 46 62
-AlbinaTEDJAKUSUMA Romana/HARTONO TANANTA Lavinia(INA) d SAIDKHODJAEVA Dilyara/KHABIBULINA(UZB) 76 75
[4]India(275) d bye
Thailand(381) d Bahrain(NR) 3-0
-VIRATPRASERT Suchanun(THA) d AHMAD Linda(BRN) 62 61
-TANASUGARN Tamarine(THA) d HAJI Safa(BRN) 60 60
-VIRATPRASERT Suchanun/TANGPHONG Montinee(THA) d AHMAD Linda/HAJI Safa(BRN) 61 61

Kuwait(NR) d bye
[3]Chinese Taipei(199) d bye
Korea(758) d Hong Kong, China(1384) 3-0
-KIM Sojung(KOR) d LAM Po Kuen(HKG) 60 61
-YOO Mi(KOR) d CHAN Wing Yau Venise(HKG) 63 61
-KIM Sojung/KIM Mi(KOR) d LAM Po Kuen/TONG Ka Po(HKG) 61 63
[2]Japan(142) d bye

Quarterfinals
Uzbekistan(339) d [1]China(54) 2-0
-AMANMURADOVA Akgul(UZB) d ZHENG Jie(CHN) 63 36 76
-TULYAGANOVA Iroda(UZB) d LI Na(CHN) 64 16 61
[4]India(275) vs Thailand(381) 2-0
-UBEROI Shikha(IND) d VIRATPRASERT Suchanun(THA) 63 64
-MIRZA Sania(IND) d TANASUGARN Tamarine(THA) 63 63

[3]Chinese Taipei(199) d Kuwait(NR) 3-0
-HSIEH Su-Wei(TPE) d AL FELAIJ Danah(KUW) 61 60
-CHAN Yung-Jan(TPE) d AL JAZAF Manar(KUW) 60 60
-CHAN Yung-Jan/CHUANG Chia-Jung(TPE) d AL FELAIJ Danah/AL JAZAF Manar(KUW) 60 60
[2]Japan(142) d Korea(758) 3-0
-MORIGAMI Akiko(JPN) d KIM Sojung(KOR) 61 63
-NAKAMURA Aiko(JPN) d YOO Mi(KOR) 63 62
-FUDA Ryoko/YONEMURA Tomoko(JPN) d LEE Ye Ra/KIM Mi Ok(KOR) 41 ret.

Semifinals
[4]India(275) d Uzbekistan(339) 2-0
-UBEROI Shikha(IND) d AMANMURADOVA Akgul(UZB) 76(7) 46 63
-MIRZA Sania(IND) d TULYAGANOVA Iroda(UZB) 63 60
[3]Chinese Taipei(199) d [2]Japan(142) 2-0
-HSIEH Su-Wei(TPE) d MORIGAMI Akiko(JPN) 36 63 60
-CHAN Yung-Jan(TPE) d NAKAMURA Aiko(JPN) 64 75

Final
[3]Chinese Taipei(199) d [4]India(275) 2-1
-HSIEH Su-Wei(TPE) d UBEROI Shikha(IND) 62 75
-MIRZA Sania(IND) d CHAN Yung-Jan(TPE) 62 62
-CHUANG Chia-Jung/HSIEH Su-Wei(TPE) d MIRZA Sania/UBEROI Shikha(IND) 76(2) 61


Women's Singles
- O Gold: Jie Zheng (CHN)
- O Silver: Sania Mirza (IND)
- O Bronze: Na Li (CHN) & Aiko Nakamura (JPN)

Round of 32
[1]LI N.(CHN) vs BYE
GUMULYA S.(INA) d CHAN C.W.(TPE) 36 61 62
AREVALO C.M. (PHI) d NGUYEN T.D.(VIE) 26 61 64
[8]TULYAGANOVA I.(UZB) d DUVANAEVA B.(KGZ) 61 60
[4]MIRZA S.(IND) vs BYE
YOO M.(KOR) d HAJI S.(BRN) 60 60
LAM P.K.(HKG) d ABDULMAJID A.(KUW) 60 60
VIRATPRASERT S.(THA) d [7]MORIGAMI A.(JPN) w/o

[5]TANASUGARN T.(THA) d AMANMURADOVA A. (UZB) 64 64
DY D.(PHI) d FAYZULLAEVA Z.(TJK) 61 60
KIM J.H.(KOR) d CHAN W.Y.Venise(HKG) 46 61 62
BYE vs [3]NAKAMURA A.(JPN)

[6]CHAN Y.J.(TPE) vs TEDJAKUSUMA R.(INA)
NGO V.H.(VIE) d AL JAZAF M.(KUW) 61 61
UBEROI S.(IND) d AHMAD L.(BRN) 63 6(5)7 75
BYE vs [2]ZHENG J.(CHN)

Round of 16
[1]LI N.(CHN) d GUMULYA S.(INA) 61 63
[8]TULYAGANOVA I.(UZB) d AREVALO C.M. (PHI) 61 61
[4]MIRZA S.(IND) d YOO M.(KOR) 61 64
VIRATPRASERT S.(THA) d LAM P.K.(HKG) 62 61

[5]TANASUGARN T.(THA) d DY D.(PHI) 64 75
[3]NAKAMURA A.(JPN) d KIM J.H.(KOR) 62 62
[6]CHAN Y.J.(TPE) d NGO V.H.(VIE) 61 61
[2]ZHENG J.(CHN) d UBEROI S.(IND) 40ret.

Quarterfinals
[1]LI N.(CHN) d [8]TULYAGANOVA I.(UZB) 36 75 62
[4]MIRZA S.(IND) d VIRATPRASERT S.(THA) 63 62
[3]NAKAMURA A.(JPN) d [5]TANASUGARN T.(THA) 36 63 41ret.
[2]ZHENG J.(CHN) d [6]CHAN Y.J.(TPE) 36 64 62

Semifinals
[4]MIRZA S.(IND) d [1]LI N.(CHN) 62 62
[2]ZHENG J.(CHN) d [3]NAKAMURA A.(JPN) 63 62

Final-12/13
[2]ZHENG J.(CHN) d [4]MIRZA S.(IND) 64 16 61

Women's Doubles
- O Gold: Jie Zheng/Zi Yan (CHN)
- O Silver: Yung-Jan Chan/Chia-Jung Chuang (TPE)
- O Bronze: Fuda Ryoko/Tomoko Yonemura (JPN) & Ting Li/TianTian Sun (CHN)

Round of 32
[1]ZHENG J. /YAN Z.(CHN) vs BYE
GUMULYA S. /HARTONO TANANTA L.(INA) d AL JAZAF M. /AL FELAIJ D.(KUW) 60 60
KIM S./KIM M. O.(KOR) vs BYE
BYE vs [5]HSIEH S. W./CHAN C. W.(TPE)

[3]MIRZA S./UBEROI S.(IND) vs BYE
FUDA R./YONEMURA T.(JPN) d AHMAD L./HAJI S.(BRN) 60 60
TONG K. P./LAM P. K.(HKG) vs BYE
BYE vs [8]TULYAGANOVA I./AMANMURADOVA A.(UZB)

[6]TEDJAKUSUMA R./WIDJAJA A.(INA) vs BYE
SAIDKHODJAEVA D./KHABIBULINA A.(UZB) d ABDULMAJID A./BEHBEHANI S.(KUW) 60 60
AREVALO C. M./DY D.(PHI) vs BYE
BYE vs [4]CHAN Y. J./CHUANG C. J.(TPE)

[7]MORIGAMI A./NAKAMURA A.(JPN) vs BYE
BHAMBRI A./CHAKRAVARTHI R.(IND) d HUYNH M. H./NGO V. H.(VIE) 63 63
YOO M./LEE J. A.(KOR) vs BYE
BYE vs [2]LI T. SUN T.(CHN)

Round of 16
[1]ZHENG J./YAN Z.(CHN) d GUMULYA S./HARTONO TANANTA L.(INA) 61 60
[5]HSIEH S. W./CHAN C. W.(TPE) d KIM S./KIM M. O.(KOR) 64 46 62

FUDA R./YONEMURA T.(JPN) d [3]MIRZA S./UBEROI S.(IND) 63 76(6)
[8]TULYAGANOVA I./AMANMURADOVA A.(UZB) d TONG K. P./LAM P. K.(HKG)

[6]TEDJAKUSUMA R./WIDJAJA A.(INA) d SAIDKHODJAEVA D./KHABIBULINA A.(UZB) 62 61
[4]CHAN Y. J./CHUANG C. J.(TPE) d AREVALO C. M./DY D.(PHI) 76(6) 63

[7]MORIGAMI A./NAKAMURA A.(JPN) d BHAMBRI A./CHAKRAVARTHI R.(IND) 63 64
[2]LI T. SUN T.(CHN) d YOO M./LEE J. A.(KOR) 76(3) 62

Quarterfinals
[1]ZHENG J./YAN Z.(CHN) d [5]HSIEH S. W./CHAN C. W.(TPE) 75 46 61
FUDA R./YONEMURA T.(JPN) d [8]TULYAGANOVA I./AMANMURADOVA A.(UZB) 64 63

[4]CHAN Y. J./CHUANG C. J.(TPE) d [6]TEDJAKUSUMA R./WIDJAJA A.(INA) 64 64
[2]LI T. SUN T.(CHN) d [7]MORIGAMI A./NAKAMURA A.(JPN) 63 61

Semifinals
[1]ZHENG J./YAN Z.(CHN) d FUDA R./YONEMURA T.(JPN) 62 62
[4]CHAN Y. J./CHUANG C. J.(TPE) d [2]LI T. SUN T.(CHN) 63 62

Final-12/14
[1]ZHENG J./YAN Z.(CHN) d [4]CHAN Y. J./CHUANG C. J.(TPE) 61 76(5)

Ellery
Feb 7th, 2010, 04:05 PM
Still remember China's fail against Uzbekistan :o Good result for Akgul and Iroda though.

buji
Feb 11th, 2010, 05:38 AM
Hope sania and poojashree will go for a big hunt this time.But it will be very tough task ahead for them with china and japan.

something
Feb 18th, 2010, 04:32 AM
It's first time for Zhang Ling to play in Asian game. Hope she can give some insight to Hong Kong

Singleniacki
Feb 19th, 2010, 10:31 AM
Go Chinese Taipei!

nevetssllim
Feb 21st, 2010, 09:05 PM
Hope sania and poojashree will go for a big hunt this time.But it will be very tough task ahead for them with china and japan.

I know Sania said she doesn't want to play in India but has she given any thought to the Commonwealth Games?

buji
Mar 1st, 2010, 06:21 AM
I know Sania said she doesn't want to play in India but has she given any thought to the Commonwealth Games?

May be the news abt sania is too old,but for sure she ll participate in CWG.

Carotastrophe
Mar 1st, 2010, 06:38 AM
Zheng and Li.... Retain the medals...

buji
Mar 1st, 2010, 06:47 AM
But sania said that in order to avoid some controversies that ll arise due to a muslim girl playing with that much lower skirts ,bla,bla,bla....


she will surely play at cwg.

buji
Mar 3rd, 2010, 07:11 AM
nevetsslim go for this.
http://www.zeenews.com/news608101.html

nevetssllim
Mar 3rd, 2010, 06:57 PM
Good news :yeah:

buji
Mar 4th, 2010, 04:32 AM
Good news :yeah:

But the bad news is that she wil be missing a lot in next 6 weeks,so no play,no tennis,no matches,no moneyyyyyyyyy.:(

RND
Jun 10th, 2010, 04:37 AM
Where's this thread gone? :confused: Couldn't see it under Exhibition events?

RND
Jun 10th, 2010, 04:37 AM
Ah now it comes back after my last post... :scratch:

Carotastrophe
Jun 10th, 2010, 12:11 PM
Will Han get to play?

Ellery
Aug 12th, 2010, 09:01 PM
Pretty excited for this actually :cheer:

Elisse
Aug 14th, 2010, 04:26 PM
Me too!! :bounce:

RND
Aug 15th, 2010, 06:57 PM
I think this could make the best women's tennis field the game has ever had. :yeah:

WonderfulLee
Aug 30th, 2010, 10:45 AM
so sad that Indonesian player used to do well in this event...and now barely to qualify :help: