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Discussion in 'New Zealand Open / India Open 2016' started by CLELY, Apr 2, 2016.
Wow, Axelsen has no ideas... Catastrophic performance so far...
Anyone knows a good Japanese song,pleasant to hear ?
I agree, that's why I alluded that , if not for her accumulated fatigue, LXR would have played her ferocious attacking game, and taking the initiative more to put tremendous pressure on IR. Instead today we see LXR more often than not passive and reactive against another fierce attacking player.
Recall how He Bingjiao last month was able to trade blows with IR, and even coming out on top in the end.
Just as I expected , Momota is handling Axelsen well so far.
Score now is Kento 18, Victor 7. Wow unbelievable.
Yeap you are right!
Nope i am hoping he will put up a better fight.
Axelsen's strongest weapon is his jump-smash with power and steep angle. If you can deny him or limit such opportunities to the minimum, he is much less threatening and easier to deal with.
GC trying to hype the few points Viktor has won like they are 'once' in a century winners.
Missed most part of g1. But from the last 10mins, can see better emotional mgmt frm VA.
Victor is slowly back on song making it 15-19.
viktor really needs to work on his emotional and mental state! i think that's what's lost him all of the finals that he's played in. kento is just chill and doesn't really show any reactions or get stressed.. i like his style of play
Son : Dad, what's like a losing a final ?
Dad : We don't know son, we are Momota fans.
How about Misia's Everything. Its abit r&b
Just love them
You are absolutely right.
Oh dear.. Nothing seems to be working for VA. Emotions working against him??
Once more a final to forget for the young Dane.
Maybe to early. 3 nice points.
i feel like if the game isn't going viktor's way (like how it was against son wan ho yesterday) he doesn't really know what to do? he can't really find solutions and then the frustration just boils over and then mistakes creep in, etc etc