2016 Syed Modi Int.Badminton Championships : Qualifying-FINALS (26th-31st January)

Discussion in 'Malaysia Master / Syed Modo International / Thaila' started by CLELY, Jan 25, 2016.

  1. Baddyforall

    Baddyforall Regular Member

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    Both Siril verma and Goh Jin wei are 16 years old. Siril (1999 Dec) and GJW (2000 Jan) just 1 month difference.

    If both were given proper guidance and training, they will do extremely good.
     
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    Still working very hard at my workplace so very likely to miss today match as well. Anyway exciting match is coming.
     
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    Oh my god not again. Not another match losing again. This time it looks like Jeon Hyeok Jin is going to lose his match again. Poor performance.
     
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    Oh no Jeon Hyeok Jin played badly lose the first set 13-21.
     
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    After Iskandars great success last week other Malaysian MS are doing better also, it has given them belief that they also can win.
     
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    Goh Jin Wei also sent packing, routed in G2 by Yui Hashimoto. Still very young, patience, ample room for improvement, time is on her side.
     
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    Yes you are right. Malaysian MS are improving without us realising it. Now even an unknown player named Goh Soon Huat can win over a good and talented Korean player Jeon Hyeok Jin 21-13 21-16. Congratulations once again to Goh Soon Huat for playing so well. Looks like the Korean coaches really need to sit down and think what has gone wrong. Lots of Korea players are losing in tournaments.
     
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    Srikanth simply demolished Iskander. 21-9, 21-12.

    Srikanth never let his opponent to come back at any point of time.
     
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    Srikanth plays like a top 10 player and stamps his class! His inconsistency remains but it will improve gradually. Iskandar is a good player and has earned my respect.
     
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    Sindhu lost her match to Nichaon jindapol. Continuously playing matches starting from PBL to Syed modi had its toll.

    Nothing to carry away from Nichaon jindopo(l?). She must have played brilliantly to knock out 3rd seed.

    The title is for SJH to lose.
     
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    Nitchaon Jindapol came back from the brink of defeat in G2 and even emerged on top in the decider.Remarkable fightback.
     
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    It would've been too much to ask from PV Sindhi to win all the matches in three Con's consecutive tourneys!!! (PBL, Mal Gpg and now SM GPG).. But there goes my chance of watching PV squander revengful SJH!! :(
    Also she'll loose her RU points from last year.. Anyways she has kick started the year in style and she'll have many more opportunities to conquer
     
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    Kashyap is clinical defeated his chinese opponent in straight games.
     
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    Hmm I couldn't manage to watch the match but looking at your choice of words I am sure he did some brilliant stuff!! He seems to be focused to secure his title but I tell you KS is in no mood for nonsense and he may finish his title drought at Lucknow
     
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    Shreyansh Jaiswal seems to be intimidated by his athletic Sr. Opponent BP!!
    16-6 I hope gw will be better
     
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    This is not the same Jaiswal who played AJ. He beats AJ and loses to Boonsak Ponsanna.
     
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    Because he know AJ well, his strengths his weakness and why wouldn't he they practice together almost everyday at Bangalore!! But BP is different. Shreyansh is young and less extenpore skills in handling opponents who are not only more experienced but are also trying to prove themselves.. Its all new for him. I am not expecting him to win but he should atleast give Bonsak a run for money
     
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    ^ but it seems he is clueless currently 14-4
    OTOH Harsheel Dani is doing better against LDK in g1
     
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    OTOH, Siril did better against Boonsak in game 2.
     
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    Harsheel should not lose focus. Making so many mistakes.
     

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