2016 Victor KOREA Open Superseries : Round of 32 - FINAL (27th September-2nd October)

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  1. Justin L

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    Yup, what a way to finish the match, says GC, for Sung Ji Hyun.
     
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    jumpscare for CPS/GLY as they almost knock out by Rasmussen/Thygesen, luckily they prevent the QF exit and win through SF...
     
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    Ajay doing fine atm, coming back?
     
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    The Evergreen Lee Hyun Il is extraordinary...
     
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    Twice OG 4th place...lost the bronze to Chen Long in 2012 and Chen Jin 2008. Most unlucky player ever.
     
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    Ajay's racquet touches the net slightly ?
     
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    Ajay is remarkable too.
     
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    Who is that lady coach sitting to Ajay?

    Looks like a player.

    Yes. Tanvi Lad perhaps !
     
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    Lee HI barely squeezed out a win in G1, 25-23, both contestants displaying fine technique and persistence.
     
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    Both of them has same technique. But LHII is more elegant.
     
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    Ajay is out of energy already?. Instead of jump smash, he smashed into net without jumping.
     
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    Ageless LHII prevails again. Wow. Just wow.
     
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    Yes this guy Lee Hyun Il at such an old age is still very amazing. Winning his match convincingly. Wow. He is really the evergreen player ever.
     
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    Lee Hyun IL > All Korean MS players (Son Wan Ho, Jeon Hyeok Jin, Heo Kwang Hee, Lee Dong Keun, etc)
     
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    IMHO Ajay has the best court craft and touches among the Indian players.
    The 3 young Chinese girls cannot beat the Japanese girls with skills and techniques alone. They need to improve on their stamina. The Japanese girls have great retrieving abilities and bags of energy. Is it genetics? I observe that Japanese girls are doing better than Chinese girls in long distance running, including marathon.
     
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    Hats off again to the 36-yr-old Lee Hyun Il for another masterful display. Yes, I fully agree with sonnymark, LHI beating JOJ is worthy of the highest praise.
     
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    Exactly, it's a special characteristic typical of JPN WS to have such extraordinary stamina as to enable them to keep running and running which also translates into remarkable court coverage and retrieving ability to outrun, outlast and in the end outplay most of their opponents who lack outstanding attacking and defending skills if they don't have sufficient good fitness to match.
     
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    SEMIFINALS (11.00am, 2 court) => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...5929F5-694C-443E-A133-4076398D5585&d=20161001

    *MS Semifinals :
    - Son Wan Ho (KOR) v Lee Hyun Il (KOR)
    - Vincent Wong Wing Ki (HKG) v Qiao Bin (CHN)


    Son Wan Ho exhibited his strong determination to dictate Hans Kristian Vittinghus and win in comfortable way, he looks unstoppable to top podium on Sunday but 2008 Champion Lee Hyun Il is expected to deliver stiff resistance tomorrow and may deny final plot for Son. The left-handed Lee shocked hot favourite Jan O Jorgensen and last year beaten finalist Ajay Jayaram in two consecutive rounds. Vincent Wong seizes the golden opportunity to grab semifinal berth in top level tournament after eliminated the uninspiring Tian HW in last eight, this HKG player will meet another Chinese hurdle, the on-fire Qiao Bin who outclassed home youngster Heo Kwang Hee.

    *WS Semifinals :
    - Kim Hyo Min (KOR) v Sung Ji Hyun (KOR)
    - Minatsu Mitani (JPN) v Akane Yamaguchi (JPN)


    WS semifinal depicts the battle of senior v junior, Sung Ji Hyun is highly favoured to advance into finale, she beat strongest rival en route to semifinal, Tai Tzu Ying in a pretty close contest. Kim Hyo Min lucky draw due to Olympic Champion Carolina Marin pulled out knocked out her younger compatriot Kim Ga Eun. On the opposite draw, Minatsu Mitani is doubted could overcome her more talented junior Akane Yamaguchi after played two marathon matches. Former French Superseries winner Mitani defeated two Chinese young guns, He Bingjiao and Chen Yufei in same pattern, dropped first game, grabbed second game with narrow margin then sealed the deciding game.

    *MD Semifinals :
    - Lee Yong Dae/Yoo Yeon Seong (KOR) v Huang Kaixiang/Wang Yilu (CHN)
    - Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen (CHN) v Goh V Shem/Tan Wee Kiong (MAS)


    Two steps closer for home prominent pair Lee/Yoo to finish as winner in their farewell tournament, the top-seed had big trouble to tame the energetic Japanese duo Kamura/Sonoda and the Korean will meet the unpredictable Chinese fresh combination, Huang/Wang who powered past 6th seed Conrad/Kolding in opening round. Rio silver medalists are back to right track after disappointing outing in Tokyo last week, they once again defeated Chai/Hong and have the in-form Chinese pair Li/Liu to secure final berth.

    *WD Semifinals :
    - Jung Kyung un/Shin Seung Chan (KOR) v Chang Ye Na/Lee Soo Hee (KOR)
    - Luo Ying/Luo Yu (CHN) v Christinna Pedersen/Kamilla Rytter Juhl (DEN)


    Luo/Luo will take on their nemesis, Rio silver medalist Pedersen/Juhl. The winner of this tie will face home pair, either Jung/Shin or Chang/Lee. Last week, the Danish pair had better tactic to outmaneuver Chinese twin sisters in marathon match at exactly the same stage, semifinal. 2015 Dubai SS Finals champion pushed extra energy to eliminate Bulgarian Stoeva sisters while second seed Dane veterans outwitted Ou DN/Yu XH.

    *XD Semifinals :
    - Ko Sung Hyun/Kim Ha Na (KOR) v Chan Peng Soon/Goh Liu Ying (MAS)
    - Zheng Siwei/Chen Qingchen (CHN) v Reginald Lee Chun Hei/Chau Hoi Wah (HKG)


    Mixed doubles final four almost repeat previous week Japan Open, world number one Ko/Kim have home advantage to topple Rio silver medalist Chan/Goh who needed extra game to dump Danish new pair Ramussen/Thygesen. China next big thing, Zheng/Chen continue their impressive run at high level tournament and no impossible to book final ticket once again after AUS Open & JPN Open.

    LIVE TV (Court 1) Matches :
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  20. miggybiggie

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    where can i watch these games? Lifestream for link?

    Thanks
     

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