BCA INDONESIA Open 2017 : Round of 32 - Quarterfinal (13th-16th June)

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  1. badmuse

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    3 Court SSP has messed up the schedule!
     
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    Hardly watched this less exciting match... so Who's sitting there to oversee CXX earlier?
     
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    There you should watch them to boost the morale and ensure the victories... :D:p
     
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    On second thoughts Ummm :D :p
     
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    Tan/Lai made a fool of themselves by wasting lots of points just by hitting the net.
     
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    How come Tan/Lai are repeating the same mistakes over and over again?
    Even INA pair played so well.
     
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    Awanda/Istarani with 10-2 lead over Jung/Shin.
     
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    There are 13 matches per court today, times three courts the total matches are 39... and one match roughly averages 45-50 minutes

    quite a lot of time to follow those matches... even if only some of them

    23:30... three more matches to go... per court except ct.2... 02:00 is the target time
     
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    H S Prannoy has beaten Lindan before and now Lee chong wei. And came close to beat Chen Long once .
     
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    Finally Tan/Lai advance to QF, beating Abimanyu/Romadhini 22-20, 21-13. They will meet INA pair Tontowi/Natsir or Faizal/Aulia.
     
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    I think Boe/Mog or Li/Liu will win this tournament.
     
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    I think Abimanyu is future star. Get him a better partner,has a good physique.
     
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    Dechapol/Kedren should advance over Kido/Gunawan.
     
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    Any one notices that the service judges are so kind in this tournament, hardly see any service judge faulted the services, and the umpires are very kind too, not the type of rush-hour ones, ever hurry, hurry, hurry... unlike their colleagues in European tournaments, playing so stern the roles, so bossy and easy to grant free points to players destroying the game. The court officials in Indonesia Open are so low profile, it's a pleasant watch to see them much less intrusive in the game itself. I think it's much influenced by the culture and the attitude tendency between the Asian people and their European counterparts.
     
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    When i looked at the draw, it will be a Huge disappointment if one of Li/Liu and Kamura/Sonoda dont end up winning Indonesia or Australia (such an filthy easy draw for kamson at australia) but bad thing is they are the same pool.

    Especially with Kevin/Gideon out now. chance for you guys to win.
     
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    Awanda/Istirani should not let the chance of winning the first set fly away.
     
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    He's a familiar face at the CBSL but I can't recall his name. Now he seems to be one of the CHN WS coaching team together with Zhang Ning who's not here for some reason. Xia Xuanze a while ago even before he was appointed one of the CBA Singles Head Coach once said he would like to try his hand at coaching CHN WS. Seems to me, he's just started tutoring Chen Xiaoxin and it's beginning to pay dividends, no doubt still a long way to go for her.
     
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    Ha ha. Then you did not watch many matches. I have seen many.
     
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    Yes from the Nehwal vs Jindapol match, i think the umpires are generally really patient. All players are so slow to move after each rally.
     
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    Anggia Shitta AWANDA/Ni Ketut Mahadewi ISTARANI - JUNG Kyung Eun/SHIN Seung Chan [4]

    It's a surprise that the INA WD won the 1st set 21-15... before the match I guessed this would be an easy win by the KOR pair against the less known INA youngsters :D
     

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