2012 India Open SS: Comments on matches

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  1. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    I think PG was taking things easy. :):):)
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    CHONG WEI feng go through second round...!!
     
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    It's lunch time at the venue

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    It's lunch time at the venue; But the Anthony Dumartheray/Sabrina Jaquet-vs-Ong Jian Guo/Lim Yin Loo match is still going forever. :confused::confused::confused:
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    she never learn to manage and control both the game and her stamina
     
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    Tine Baun is too old now...her shots, strokes are way too inconsistent compared to her good old days..

    The only thing that keeping her slightly above her competitors is her powerful smash. If she gets into a good position and produces a decent smash, you are dead..

    Solution to beat Tine Baun: Play like Wang Xin, fast and furious...
     
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    Yes,Wang Xin at her attacking best is always a delight to watch. We may see her perform,hopefully regaining her form,at the Uber Cup before the Olympics. I'm looking forward to it, and LXR is just like her, for the time being stealing her thunder - two amazing attackers.
     
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    KKK/TBH vs CA/AE : 21 - 9 --> Good performance by KKK/TBH...
     
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    better not lose 2nd set and then lose rubber set end up lost in 3 games...(wth)
     
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    As expected, KKK/TBH won the match. Since Andrew Ellis/ Chris Adcock retired due to injury, i think..
     
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    Is the livescore stuck at 10-7 and 15-17?
     
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    Tine Baun is too old now

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    Shouldn't Tine Baun ought to be congratulated when she is still performing better than many younger players?

    You said Tine is too old now...... But Tine is (like Peter Gade) is still the best Singles player from Denmark.
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    Livescore has been stuck for some time. Either a technical error or the stadium had a blackout or something.
     
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    although they won, but they still no manage to do attack mode (6 smashes) compared to their opponent's 7 smashes...
     
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    Andrew Ellis / Chris Adcock put their Olympic hope to KKK/TBH tomorrow.
    KKK/TBH win 2nd round match, ENG MD pair will qualify replacing defending OG champion place
     
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    yes. Both of them are still the best singles player from Denmark. For European, the older the better. :D
     
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    They might choose to be energy conservative. Go Green :D
     
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    The older the better

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    That's what I say about wine - The older the better. :D:D:D
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    Next up, Lee CW and livestreaming not resumed yet
     
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    this applies to the chinese as well, The older the ginger, the spicier it gets :D
     

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