Celcom Axiata MALAYSIA Open 2017 : Qualification-Quarterfinal (4th-7th April)

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  1. kelana

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    Goh Jin Wei possibly has the same height level as Akane :)

    Chen is commanding the game at this moment
     
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    The MAS WD Chow/Lee are playing better than expected, buoyed by the home crowd.
     
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    Goh Jin Wei misjudging a number of times at the lines
     
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    Chen/Jia find themselves in a rut.
     
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    I still a bright future ahead of Goh Jin Wei, she'll be back.
     
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    Bold words from a non- Goh Wei fan.
     
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    Is he drift a bit excessive in the hall ?
     
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    I once predicted that , after LCW retires, MAS badminton will be all about Goh Jin Wei. Let the future tell.
     
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    Goh Jin Wei is another disappointing prospect. I wonder if she can go any further. She lacks tactics, net play, too eager, misjudging lines. Shame on her. Home crowd probably expect her to play decently, but she play like a clueless person. Absolutely no strategy and such.
     
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    These players are really terrible. They are playing their own bloody turf and they can't even play decently, like normal game? It that too hard to ask? Decent showing is not so hard.
     
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    Only LCW can play decently, although it is NOT decent but better. No strategies at all, as long as they can rallies.
     
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    What do you like so much about her game?
     
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    CHEN Qingchen/JIA Yifan bt CHOW Mei Kuan/LEE Meng Yean 21-17, 18-21, 25-23

    Just a narrow escape by Chen/Jia, the MAS pair is excellent.
     
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    What drama, a thrilling adrenaline-pumping WD, and Chen QingChen/Jia Yifan come from behind to win the deuce finally, breaking MAS hearts. I must say the MAS WD, Chow/Lee really rose to the occasion, came so close to causing an upset with spirited play.
     
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    Chow/Lee lost despite losing 15-9 in the third game?
    Man, stab my heart quickly and get done over it. It's only R2 and only two MAS left?
    Truly tear-jerking.
     
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    Ah, how disappointed I am with these players.
     
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    Kevin net shot blow me away.
     
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    Like LCW, short but very quick on her feet, her attack and defense are quite good, of course still room for improvement as she's growing and developing her game, and she's mature for her age.

    Now still only 17 years old and very talented, time is on her side. It'll be great if she can grow a couple inches taller, still possible at this age. If not,what she lacks in height, she makes up for in speed.
     
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    What a bad day for INA team, so many casualities. Let's hope at least Fernaldi/Sukomuljo can end this day with a win
     
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    Pardon me, she is still 17 ?
    She is very young then. i thought she is around 23
     

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