2011 China Open SSP: Round 2 Thu 24-Nov

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  1. Justin L

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    No consolation to WSX who should feel ashamed and worried
     
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    only following thru TS, but believe Yao Xue can smash pretty well, otherwise how could she win over Tine, moreover in such a convincing way (G3)? :D
     
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    The day Chen Long beats Lee CW again and upsets Lin Dan,just the next time they meet will do, I will simply call him The Dragon.

    Now,concentrate on Vittinghus.
     
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    Perhaps in future (after Oly) WSX needs to relegate her top position to her more competent fellow players such LXR and so on. Even Yao Xue seems more promising than her :p
     
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    Indeed,if she played like WSX and got this kind of scoreline against Tine,then something must be very wrong with WSX (time to pack up her racquets and,maybe , go into acting).
     
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    if you believe in TS, she had 13 smash winners over 3 games. not exactly an all out attack really.
    my guess is if you keep the rally long against Baun, eventually she will gift you the point because of her inconsistent.
     
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    Jan O Jorgensen (DEN) bt (VIE)(7) Nguyen Tien Minh 13-21, 21-15, 21-16
     
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    CL 20 - 20 Vittinghus

    CL 21 - 20 Vittinghus G1
    CL takes G1 22-20
     
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    Chen Long,if you lose this one,I'll be calling you The Naughty,Cheeky,Disobedient,Lazy,Immature Dra...,nope,just Brat !
     
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    What? Chen Long "stole" game 1 from Vittinghus!,that Bra., I mean Little Dragon!
     
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    any working live streaming folks??? :D seems everything is kaputt today
     
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    Chan/Goh vs Xu/Ma...GLY is weak in defense...weak link in the partnership
     
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    Too bad I can't see it, I think Vittinghus is hitting top form here
     
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    Whitewash Killer Emerges Too Early?

    Phew... LCW annihilates Kenichi Tago with under 10 scores in under half an hour. :p

    LCW practically steam rolls Tago. :D

    LCW vanquished Tago like driving the Aston Martin Vanquish. :cool:

    Look dead serious indeed. No clowning around at all. :mad:

    But, is he peaking too early in the tournament? :(
     
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    Chen Long,enough is enough,stop horsing around and get your act together!
     
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    Xu chen is really a letdown...every single match I've seen him played he's almost always the weak link...
     
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    Interested to see how the malaysian XD pair does, been a while since I've seen any of them XDers play (then again, haven't been keeping up with baddy for a while now ;))
     
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    Chen Long (2)(CHN) bt (DEN) Hans-Kristian Vittinghus 22-20, 21-16


    Peter Gade takes G1 21-16 against Du Pengyu
     

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