BWF Miscellaneous Tournaments in 2019

Discussion in '2019 Tournaments' started by minions, Jan 6, 2019.

  1. j4ckie

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    That does not look all that promising for the upcoming WC....
     
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    Ouch ou/zhang...
     
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  3. Justin L

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    Zhang Yiman holding three matchpoints in G3, blew it with simple mistakes losing 5 points straight to THA WS Chaiwan.

    ZYM's future looking bleak.
     
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    Loh Kean Yew's shotmaking is crisp and neat, decisive and on the mark, pretty good. One game to the good, 21-11, to LKY
     
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    Loh Kean Yew moves very well, nice footwork, fast and effortless. He did a good job beating Dey in two straight sets, 21-16 in G2. No mean feat.
     
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    Yeo Jia Min looking good
     
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    Caught An Se Young watching on the sidelines sitting beside the SG coach of Yeo Jia Min, if I'm not mistaken.
     
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    During the rally, Sourabh suddenly ran off to the courtside to change his racquet, presumably a broken string. Never seen this happening in singles before. Unfortunately, he didn't win the rally despite getting the shot back.
     
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    Saw it. It would have been nice had he won the rally. But still wonderful effort to change the racket and coming back to get the shot back.
     
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    Sourabh enters finals defeating Iskandar in straight games.
     
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    Too close to call, well-fought, too bad there has to be a winner, and it's Loh Kean Yew to the finishing line by a whisker, 25-23, in the decider to set up a final with Sourabh Verma.
     
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    quite a match, saving two MP's and then winning 25:23, Loh Kean Yew has very bright future
     
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    Lin Dan also did it once against Tien Minh Nguyen in Rio'16 ;)
     
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    Oh, I don't remember that. Thanks for reminding.
     
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    An Se Young to win. Yeo Jia Min backhand is so predictable and lack of variety.
     
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    Nice to see two MAS MS player in the finals of Hellas Open International Series.
    Lim Chong King is a fast-attacking player akin to LCW versus Aidil Sholeh is more a balanced-stroke.
    Too bad Ng Tze Yong lost to Arnaud Merkle in QF.
    This trio is really promising and hopefully they will do well in the future.
     
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    any livestream link for hyderabad final?
     
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    thx
     
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    so Adnan maulana right now having blank brain.....
     

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