Grand Prix Singapore
Round 10 Results

Posted in Event Coverage on January 13, 2013

By Wizards of the Coast

TablePlayerResult Opponent
1Md Noor, Noor Afandi [MYS]Lost 0-2vs.Sui, Xin [CHN]
2Tan, Chin Heng [SGP]Won 2-1vs.Ong, Calvin [SGP]
3Yeo, Jason [SGP]Won 2-1vs.Sirilertvorakul, Veera [THA]
4Beley, Ryan Mark T [PHL]Lost 0-2vs.Choo, Yong Han [SGP]
5Harrington, Chris [USA]Lost 0-2vs.Chang, Eugene Ong Yeng [MYS]
6Teh, Vincent [MYS]Lost 0-2vs.Yue Ethan, Jun De [SGP]
7Pek, Dennis [SGP]Lost 0-2vs.Chan, Alvin [MYS]
8Ng, Clarence [SGP]Lost 0-2vs.saw, teck boon [MYS]
9Yang, Ming Jen [TWN]Won 2-0vs.Chia, Dave [SGP]
10Huang, Hao-Shan [TWN]Won 2-1vs.Oca, Ramon Allan O [PHL]
11Abella, Reynald I [PHL]Lost 0-2vs.Jeffrey, Chan [SGP]
12Ong, Hak Tiong [SGP]Won 2-1vs.Tang, Xavier [SGP]
13Yukuhiro, Ken [JPN]Won 2-0vs.Imai, Ayato [JPN]
14yin, liu l [CHN]Lost 1-2vs.Chanpleng, Weranart [THA]
15Nakamura, Shuuhei [JPN]Lost 0-2vs.Fong, Clement Yu Mun [SGP]
16Charoanwoodtipong, Tar [THA]Lost 0-2vs.Chen, Yen Chou [TWN]
17Pai, Bruce [TWN]Won 2-0vs.Soewanda, Benny [IDN]
18Koh, charles m [SGP]Lost 1-2vs.Leong, Ding y [SGP]
19Poonsawat, Chayapol [THA]Lost 1-2vs.Sugiki, Takafumi [JPN]
20Salazar, Frederick [PHL]Won 2-1vs.Hew, Jun-Wei [SGP]
21Yang, Joshua [SGP]Won 2-1vs.Sun, Fang Zhou [SGP]
22Liew Don, Kok Yang [SGP]Lost 0-2vs.Hiew, Chee Choong [MYS]
23Wong Pu Siong, Alex [SGP]Won 2-1vs.Shung, Siao G [TWN]
24Lin, Ruizi [SGP]Won 2-0vs.Mohd Nasir, Mohd Ikmal [MYS]
25Beley, Ronnie Paul T [PHL]Won 2-1vs.Teo, Justin [MYS]
26Tsang, Derek - [HKG]Won 2-0vs.Tan, richmond h [PHL]
27Kwok Siang, Neo [SGP]Lost 0-2vs.Huang, Shiqin [SGP]
28Hsi, Han Yin [SGP]Won 2-1vs.Yacob, Johan Jamal [MYS]
29Cantillana, Andrew R [PHL]Won 2-0vs.Arai, Kenichiro [JPN]
30Xu, Shi Wei [CHN]Lost 0-2vs.Santoso, Hari [IDN]
31Au Yong, Wai Kin [MYS]Lost 1-2vs.Tang, Mun Wye [MYS]
32Nugroho, Samuel [IDN]Won 2-0vs.Zhao, Geoff [AUS]
33Gao, Zhen Xing [CHN]Won 2-0vs.Pranoto, Andreas B [AUS]
34Saito, Tomoharu [JPN]Lost 1-2vs.Semura, Jun'ichi [JPN]
35Meng Qiu, ZHANG [HKG]Lost 0-2vs.Nam, Sung-wook [KOR]
36Si Jin, Chen [SGP]Lost 1-2vs.gu, fengwen [CHN]
37Ibrahim, Khairil N [MYS]Lost 0-2vs.Lee, Ju-Min [KOR]
38Pe, Damien Hang Rui [SGP]Lost 1-2vs.Tokoli, Zsolt [HUN]
39yeo, leck k [SGP]Lost 1-2vs.erlangga, Reza [IDN]
40Chee, Crisler H [PHL]Won 2-0vs.Yap, Shawn, Jun liang [SGP]
41Lin, Samuel [SGP]Lost 1-2vs.Ong, Christopher U [SGP]
42Lee, Rick Hup Beng [MYS]Lost 0-2vs.Camangon, Gerald C [PHL]
43Sugaya, Hironobu [JPN]Won 2-1vs.Narayanan, Murali [SGP]
44Kwak, Dong An [SGP]Lost 1-2vs.Ong, Desmond Wei Liang [SGP]
45Manansala, Bayani R [PHL]Lost 1-2vs.chow, clarence [TWN]
46Lee, Shi Tian [HKG]Lost 0-2vs.Loh, ChuanHan [SGP]
47Ch'ng, Jonathan [SGP]Lost 1-2vs.Kanchanawaleekul, Worr [THA]
48Wong, Steven [HKG]Won 2-1vs.Lee, Yue Fei [SGP]
49Ang, Jan K [PHL]Won 2-0vs.Luces, Jonathan Justin [PHL]
50Mokhtaruddin, Mohd Haf [MYS]Lost 0-2vs.Kuo, Tzu Ching C [TWN]
51Koh, Joon Hao [SGP]Lost 0-2vs.Teo, Sian Ming [SGP]
52Wong, Wei Quan [SGP]Lost 1-2vs.Ong, Sze Tat [MYS]
53Ryuischi, Shirakihara [SGP]Won 2-0vs.Sy, Daniel A [PHL]
54Wirontono, Victor [IDN]Won 2-1vs.Tan, Ian Keng Huat [SGP]
55jin shuen, toh [SGP]Won 2-1vs.Wang, Ray [SGP]
56LunYi, Tan [SGP]Lost 0-2vs.Krish, Rondy [SGP]
57Lim, Shaun [SGP]Won 2-1vs.Jinyuan, Ken Hu [SGP]
58Law, Albertus [SGP]Won 2-1vs.Ip, Gama [HKG]
59Tantono, Dennison [IDN]Lost 0-2vs.Yasooka, Shouta [JPN]
60wang, yuexin [CHN]Won 2-1vs.Neo, You Wei [SGP]
61Dunsford, Denny R [SGP]Lost 0-2vs.Nakamura, Jun'ya [JPN]
62Juza, Martin [CZE]Lost 0-2vs.Kanegawa, Toshiya [JPN]
63Mihara, Makihito [JPN]Lost 0-2vs.Sim, Chapman [SGP]
64Lim, Fang Zhen, Joseph [SGP]Lost 1-2vs.Chua, Lowell Jun Ming [SGP]

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