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Discussion in '2017 Tournaments' started by Nine Tailed Fox, Apr 16, 2017.
Good to see LD ready to dive for the retrievals
Rooting for QB.
QB anticipated that smash well and crosses it for a winner
Haha exactly. He's one of the contenders, yanno. He might get chosen.
QB is bursting with energy, I think at first LD will rally a bit more to drain some of it and slow him down a little.
I think while we have amply been able to see the collapse of Chinese WS, what is often missed is the collapse of Chinese MS middle order.
What I mean is the players in 22- 25 age bracket, and there are many of them: Qiao Bin, Huang Yuxiang, Xue Song.
I watched Xue Song play in Lucknow Syed Modi Masters against Srikanth. And he was incredible. He came from the back, and won it. But later on same thing was done to him as done to Chinese WS juniors. He just disappeared.
In contrast, srikanth has still been able to achieve far more than Xue Song.
So where is Xue Song?
QB is attacking well, going for broke
Justin L, any live streaming available ?
I'll bet ZN is missing ZYL right about now...
Xue Song was on the rise until his unexpected knee injury at the AE in 2016, after beating the likes of Viktor Axelsen and Chen long and while playing Lin Dan. A few months later he sustained another injury, that time to his ankle, since then he's never the same again, unfortunately.
Lin Dan protested that linecall so loudly, never seen him done that before.
And Ct2 livestream is here http://www.zhangyu.tv/quzhouye
Or Bwf official on youtube
Very positive play by both contestants
Qiao Bin is in fine form here, the way he beat Kanta and the rest earlier shows.
1 pt in it for QB !
Back level ! QB is in top form
Xue Song, Qian Bin, Huang YX and etc will retire within the next year or two, if not retired already.. I think Tian HW as well..
At the very least, none of them can last till 2024 for their chances..
Yeah, but even he was given international exposure to late.
Basically he and Srikanth are in the same age bracket.
Yet, by 2015, Srikanth had won 2 superseries.