2010 French Open - Final Day - November 7th

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  1. Thom_bad

    Thom_bad Regular Member

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    They were injuried...
     
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    especially in dirty,cold, rainy autumn nights
     
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    Sudket keeps on jumping, but Germans are back - great baddy show
     
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    Really? All of them retired / WO because of injury?
    How about all Thai semifinal? Does it mean that Songphon be injured?
    Well, there is no rule that forbids them to play some strategies. But, it is not nice at all if it is kind of trick.
     
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    well done, congrats to the Thai!
     
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    Thailand the only country with 2 titles, great achievement
     
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    germans played really well actually...sad that they are not young anymore...kuwichert...any promising german youngsters coming up?
     
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    yep - we have Olga! , and some upcoming teenagers are on the way, baddy environment gets a little better. coaches for juniors are doing their job well - we even won some competitions vs. Denmark - but we have to wait
     
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    Oh well… Michael played brilliantly. Too bad the Thai pair know a better strategy, cleverly forcing the shuttle on Birgit. The German played much better in the 2nd game, I would say the second game could have gone either way. So don’t despair Kuwichert, should be proud your boys made it into SS final and put on a good fight!
     
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    new flag in the ss winner list!
    thailand!^^
    congrates
     
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    Li Yongbo has been doing team tactics (what we call "fixed matches") for years....
     
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    Finally, TH bagged his maiden SS title yesterday. Boe/Mogensen & Yihan won back to back title and 2 titles this time for Thai players. Congrats :)
     
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    Yep :)
    Last week was Denmark and Japan, this week Denmark and Thailand
    Boe/Mogensen finally win after loosers in AE and EuroChamps finals...
    By winning 2 titles, Wyh confirms her level in spite of defeats in recent tourneys...
     
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    Congraz TH.......next will be AE, to totally complete your collection of titles !
     
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    TH finally landed his first SS title in eight SS final appearances.
    The Thais and Germans did well to make the final appearances with the Thais winning
    the WD and XD matches.
    MB/CB and WYH won their 2nd SS titles in two consecutive weeks and they gave a very good account of themselves.
    Congratulations to the winners and the Germans.

    :):):)
     
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    saw the XD match..it was brilliant, Sudket-saralee were in top form esp Sudket..and the Germans are not bad too..Their defence was phenomenal
     
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    Relax.. it's AG;). Hope LCW can win there:D
     
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    Well at least this thread is 10 pages long :)

    Not bad for the FOpen :)
     
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    i think that's Sudket/Saralee at their best elements. super fast and dynamic Sudket with a very calm Saralee. their variation and court awareness is super. both of them made the opponents twist and turn and always find the empty spot. awesome mixed doubles strategy. unfortunately, this style of mixed is overshadowed by the fast and power game played by most other countries.
     

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