The 2012 Kuwait Open Men Doubles semifinals took place today with the impressive qualifiers from South Korea, Kim Dong Hyun and Lee Jung Woo sweeping their seeded opponents Jiang Tianyi and Tang Peng from Hong Kong. For the second time ...
The semifinal round of the 2012 Kuwait Open Women Doubles was clearly dominated by the young Chinese partnership of Chang Chenchen / Feng Yalan and Chen Meng / Zhu Yuling. In the round, both pairs exuded strength over the table ...
The U-21 event at the Kuwait Open comes to end on Friday. Surprisingly, there are neither Japanese nor Korean players in semifinals of the boys event. However, this is the chance of Simon Gauzy to win his third junior title ...
The 2012 Kuwait Open Women Doubles is slowly coming to an end as they had their quarterfinal round this afternoon. In the stage, competition got stronger after the Chinese qualifier Chen Meng / Zhu Yuling CHN accounted for the defeat ...
The 2012 Kuwait Open Men Doubles is slowly coming to an end as they had their quarterfinal round this afternoon. In the stage, the South Korean qualifier Kim Dong Hyun and Lee Jung Woo still showed an impressive performance in ...
The 2012 Kuwait Open Men Singles continued their competition with the Round 32. In this stage, Egyptian qualifier Ahmed Ali Saleh was still doing fine in the tournament as he accounted for another upset and this time, his victim is ...
The 2012 Kuwait Open Women Singles suffered a major upset in the first round of the main draw after their top seed Feng Tianwei of Singapore failed in her battle. The responsible player for this upset is a Chinese qualifier ...
The main draw of the 2012 Kuwait Open Men Singles was ushered by success from seeded players as they overcame the challenge from the qualifiers. However, not all of them joined in the celebration. Swedish seed Jorgen Persson was the ...
More upsets were ushered in the 2012 Kuwait Open as the Women Doubles had their Round 16 this morning. In the round, the top seeds Hiroko Fujii and Misako Wakamiya bid farewell from the competition. The cause of the casualty ...
The 2012 Kuwait Open Men Doubles Round 16 produced the biggest upset in the tournament so far after their top seed Kenta Matsudaira and Koki Niwa bid farewell from the competition. The cause of this casualty are the Singaporean qualifiers ...
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