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

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  1. otidh

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    Can't bear to see Liliyana Natsir playing with condition like that
     
  2. Justin L

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    Jeon Hyeok Jin is going to be toast.
     
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    Why would that be boring. One thing's sure when SJH is in court, the match gonna be close.
     
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    Young players nowadays are useless, can't even beat a 35 yo player :XD
     
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    Please don't choke on match point!
     
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    Yes! So happy for Ahm/Nat
     
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    Oh phew. Owi/butet just escaped by a hair's breadth. Will face on Lu Kai/yaqiong in the SF.
     
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    Now match of the day!
    大哥 vs 小弟弟
     
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    Wow, it's very fascinating that Liliyana/Tontowi could win the match. Didn't the Koreans notice that there's something wrong with Liliyana movement? Wondering why they didn't exploit that.
     
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    Chen Long withdrawn due to wrist injury.
    You can find sources across the web.
     
  11. CIA-99

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    Koreans young XD failed to win in straight set due to the bad butchering of their own tactic.
    Can you count how many mistakes they did across the second and third game?!
    Flick serve was a mistake at 17-all.
     
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    Top players in this tournament often escaped by a hair's breath or by razor line cut, if that is the right term.
    Fascinating scenario.
     
  13. Justin L

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    What a x-net to another x-net by Lin Dan
     
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    Let's hope Lin Dan gives us an entertaining match, at least a decent one.
     
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    It's always good to be quite young and the underdog, you can throw caution to the wind, play your guts out, hope for the best,and nobody is going to blame you for anything.
     
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    Just now, Jeon HJ played like he was awed by his great opponent.
     
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    As usual, Lin Dan playing a controlled game, no injection of pace
     
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    I think Chen yufei, played freely being an underdog when she played top players like sindhu and tai. She played above herself to defeat sindhu but tai was ready this time. Sometimes, underdogs want to prove themselves .

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    We really need Hawk-Eye, human eyes just not good enough
     
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    Why did the umpire make an issue of shuttle change, refusing Lin Dan's request to do so ?
     

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