2013 Victor CHINA Open SS Premier : Round of 16 (14th November 2013)

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  1. speedyJT

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    The clowns :D :D
    Very good, and true, indeed.
     
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    The embattled KKK/TBH is struggling against the Russians...
     
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    Not sure if Tian Houwei is able to handle back-to-back tournaments after two previous failures. So far so good here. But it's only R2 and he's on the verge of being forced to play the decider.

    I hope he finishes his Univ studies by mid next year and be fully into badminton training and competition.
     
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    That's it

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    [TD="bgcolor: transparent, align: right"]Vladimir Ivanov[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: transparent"]Boon Heong Tan[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: transparent"]21-18 21-18[/TD]
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  5. Justin L

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    WZM is a very quick player both in movement and attacking. Now he seems to be a smarter player as well, playing more disguised shots instead of always unleashing his killer smash. I hope his 'habit' of giving away easy points is much reduced, it's an annoying weakness of his.
     
  6. nokh88

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    Yup, very good clowns indeed, to be able to get identical scores of 18 even when losing.
     
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    another WTF and face palm moment...
     
  8. Justin L

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    Too bad the Luo twin sisters couldn't prevail in the decider against the No.2 seed, they have shown considerable improvement since winning the INA GPG last September.
     
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    Tommy Sugiarto injected the pace and aggressiveness in 2nd game so he is in control and leading 13-9.
     
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    What a rally at 14-11!!! WZM get that point from that rally.
     
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    CWF's Vengence continues

    Kill List:

    Nguyen Tien Minh, "done"
    Tanongsak, "done"
    Tian Houwei, "done"

    next kill list: Kenichi Tago or Sony Dwi Kuncoro...!!

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    [TD]Houwei Tian[/TD]
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    [TD]14-21 21-13 21-16[/TD]
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    P.S: People who PAW Tian Houwei sure pissed...haha!!
     
    #51 ngkt67, Nov 14, 2013
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    tian hou wei dont know how to beat left hander:rolleyes:
     
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    Four matches in three days and after a previous week of competition, is it too hard for Tian Houwei to cope ? Then all the more CBA should let him play more tournaments, just 5/6 a year is simply too few.
     
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    If this goes to decider, I tend to predict Tommy will win. Tommy is INA best MS at stamina, while I think WZM is more a INA MS stylish player. Unlike other CHN MS, WZM is relatively lacking fitness. IMHO.
     
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    Chong Wei Feng Won!
     
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    Li Xuerui vs He Bingjiao (16yr old)
     
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    He is trying hard to carry the "Chong Wei" name on his burden :D. Now is starting to deserve it bit by bit.
     
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    WZm vs TS match is very exciting.
     
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    I think not an easy task to beat Chen Long :D
     
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    Same as LCW, but only against one player.
     
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