2011 China Open SSP: Quarter-Finals Fri 25-Nov

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  1. demolidor

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    The schedule is already up you know ;) (on TS). And I don't know who scheduled these matches but they are in the wrong line of work. RI vs LX is one that should at least be on the TV court. You can already pencil in the winner of all 5 matches scheduled for the TV session, what a joke? (of course the next thing you know they all turn out tight and exciting and the RI v LX a huge letdown :D)
     
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    :D:D:D That's why we have our BC PAW Games.

    Why have you played in only ONE PAW game? :D:D:D
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    You forgot to mention the CWH serving masterclass that is sure to thrill us :rolleyes:
     
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    My predictions to follow after I get back later.
     
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    With this type of logic, no wonder you don't play PAW :p
     
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    Haven't see Tan/Koo for a while, hope they are back in the form to take out Ko/Yoo. They need to fully concentrate and focus on their games.
     
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    How about the tie between CJ and CL............quite hard to predict, isnt it........???
     
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    I second those points! :D
     
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    OK, I shall reveal my guesses in our PAW Game;

    Ratchanok Inthanon......to defeat Li Xuerui
    Liu Xin........................to defeat Bae Youn Joo
    Chen Jin [5].................to defeat Chen Long [2]
    Matsutomo/Takahashi...to defeat Tang J.H./Xia.H.
    Ko S.H./Yoo Y.S.[4]......to defeat Koo K.K./Tan B.H. [5]
    Chan P.S./Goh.L.Y........to defeat Songphon/Kunchala [7]
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    Juiceeeeey.. Hope no excuse with shuttle speed. Cannot smash. Speed too slow... lol ;)
     
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    Haven't seen you for a long, long time oasis123. :):):)

    Are you still playing Badminton at Deakin Uni?
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    So far, all BC PAWers have picked Ko/Yoo to defeat Tan/Koo.

    Perhaps, I should adjust it to say Ko/Yoo 99%-vs-1% Tan/Koo. :D:D:D
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    PAW games are wonderful and i really enjoyed playing that one. but then in a way, PAW games are really about rational predictions. people want to make the correct prediction but not neccessarily what they hope to win with their heart. i personally not sure i would put RI over LXR for example, but i really like the young Thai with her good cheerful attitude, so i want to see her win. but i don't know if i would PAW her.

    furthermore, the format of PAW so far hasn't have much explanations nor discussions associated with it. that's why i think there is a reason for predictions of both types in the PAW threads and also in the daily tournament threads.

    anyway, i hope to play more PAW games in the future, these month or two has been really bad for me in terms of work stress. i am pretty much working whenever i have some free time. :(
     
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    Yeah, it's very hard to predict :D
    Looking at the semifinal opponent, either Simon or PG, the Two Chens has high possibility to cruise into finale ;)
     
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    I never played at Deakin Uni before and I've always been around - you must have misrecognized me as someone else. :cool:
     
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    Yes, its the hardest one to predict..........CL let CJ won last week, wonder he would do it again this week or its the pay back time from CJ this week..........???
     
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    More exactly what is in mind LYB right now :p
     
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    Yesterday in 2nd round , Simon could beat his senior Taufik succesfully in straight set (like no much hope to Taufik anymore) while Peter who is not young anymore must finished his match in rubber set. Of course very expected Simon can beat Peter tonight.
     
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    Will China have the clean sweep in WSQF ?

    Following are the interesting matches in WS today:

    Wang Yihan vs Petya Nedelcheva

    Liu Xin vs Bae Youn Joo

    Li Xuerui vs Inthanon Ratchanok

    Can the ROW stop China from doing the clean sweep in QF? :rolleyes:

    Anyhow those matches, among many others, do promise us the fabulous treats today. Just seat tightly and enjoy the games :D
     
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    - LCW over Sho-man. The Japanese can only run for so long. After a wile there'll be nowhere left to hide.
    - LD over Jorgensen. LD never loses on home soil unless the boss says so.
    - Simon over PG. I think fatigue eventually catches up with PG. Simon is a streaky player and he could be on one now.
    - CJ over CL. I'll go with conventional wisdom and say CJ needs the OG points plus with PG's predicted defeat, CBA will try to maximize the points.

    WS
    - WX over XY. Junior, get to the back of the queue.
    - WYH over Petya. Alright, enough dicking around. WYH grinds Petya to a halt.
    - LX over BYJ. Korean WS are overrated.
    - Rat over LXR. How can you not cheer for Rat? Should be a good offensive battle.

    MD
    - FHF/CY over Kawamae/Sato. A stroll in the park for the Chinese.
    - LYD/JJS over CB/GZD. The Chinese pair is losing to every Tom, **** and Harry and their dogs these days.
    - BoMo over Markis/Hendra. Despite their unpopular (to some BC members) antics, they are still a force to reckon with. Don't know if the INA pair is up for the fight.
    - Ko/Yoo over KKK/TBH. The beat goes on for the Koreans as the MAS pair retreat to old habits and make rope-a-dope fashionable again.

    WD
    - YY/WXL over CS/PP. All I can say is BEAT PAN PAN!!!
    - Tang/Xia over Matsumoto/Takahashi. In the battle of two unfancied pairs, the Chinese take it easily.
    - TQ/ZYL over Matsuo/Naito. Next...
    - Jwala/Ashwini over Fujii/Kakiiwa. Hefty and her whipping girl will be too ferocious for the Japanese.

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    - ZN/ZYL over CHL/CWH. As usual CWS will waste at least 5 point from what she claims to be "a service".
    - JF/CP over Maneepong/Savitree. The Danes cannot be stopped; they are in irrepressible form.
    - TL/KRJ over TJM/XH. Surprise, surprise! Another Danish combo books their ticket to the SF.
    - CPS/GLY over Songphorn/Kunchala. The MAS pair is under no pressure and can play freely. They will have garnered confidence from upsetting Xu/Ma.
     

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