Crowd favorite Boonsak Ponsana from Thailand took on Bao Chunlai of China in the Aviva Singapore Open Men Singles Final. It is the last badminton match for the Singapore Open 2009.

Final event was indeed an entertaining one. Both player exchanges many sharp drops and fancy net plays. Enjoy the final match where the whole match is in one video only.

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Part I

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20 Comments

  • Boonsak Ponsana has no backhand.

  • Persson 8 years ago

    Awesome upload and awesome site. When will this be availible for download ? Thx again upper !

  • terriable line call…..

  • red_blood 8 years ago

    Hi Jason,
    every time i call up your page my antivirus/firewall software rises a trojan/html-Scriptvirus alert. I noticed this on two pcs. So i think its truly your site. Check it out pls.

    You do nice woKeep it up.

    ReD

  • how to download this video? thks

  • Charles 8 years ago

    Hi Jason,
    Do you have Women Doubles’ final video of Aviva Singapore Open 2009?

    THX A LOT! ^^

  • Charles 8 years ago

    Hi Jason,
    Do you have videos of Women Doubles Final in Aviva Singapore Open 2009?

    Thx a lot!

  • Lennart 8 years ago

    Love this vid, thanks a lot jason

  • Peter Strenk 8 years ago

    great match, some great rallys

  • there was a terrible line call from the line judge!

  • Yes, I have the same virus warning the last 3-4 times I come to this site.

    Warning: “Exploit.HTML/IframeRef.E”

  • Bao no sportsmanship…

  • dolbydj 8 years ago

    Thanks for all your work and time with these quick uploads. I haven’t seen a world class match on Canadian tv since 1985 (Han Jian vs Frost in Calgary). Anything you need in Toronto?

  • David 8 years ago

    I have virus alert also for the web site.
    I’ve tried it on 3 different computers with 3 antivirus software and it’s the same.
    Apparently, there is something installed on the pages that contains spyware. It can be the banner or something else…

    One alert, made by google says that there is 17 pages that contains virus. Here it is but it’s in french:

    “Sur les 19 pages testées sur ce site au cours des 90 derniers jours, 17 page(s) a (ont) généré le téléchargement et l’installation de programmes malveillants sans l’autorisation de l’internaute. Google a visité ce site pour la dernière fois le 2009-06-21 et un contenu suspect a été détecté sur ce site pour la dernière fois le 2009-06-19. “

  • Mick Doherty 8 years ago

    Hi Jason
    Do you have the mixed doubles from the all Englands
    with flandy and the russian lady

    Many thanks
    Mick

  • Lefty 8 years ago

    Although highly skilled, Bao has no class. Aiming for Boonsak’s face at the end of the match is so cheap. He will never be in the ranks of greatness in my book. Take some notes on Lin and LCW. Bao, I hope someone smashes a bird on your face too, and shoves it down your throat!

  • jamesthak 8 years ago

    who have lee cw vs taufik final indo video, pls tq.

  • Lefty 8 years ago

    Jason,

    Would you have the match between LCW and Nguyen Tien Minh? I heard it was a nail-biter! NTM is an explosive player and I was real impressed with his play at the Thai Open. I’d love to see how he beat LCW and Taufik.

    Thanks!

  • Alphadeck 8 years ago

    Fustrating for the players when they get a terrible line call, how is it that we can get a replay and they can’t.

  • They can, but badminton rules state that if it isn't overruled immidiately by the referee it stays valid (this is only in the case where the referee clearly sees that a bad call has been made).