Danisa Denmark Open 2017 (October 17-22, 2017)

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  1. stanleyfm

    stanleyfm Regular Member

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    My prediction:

    MS : KS vs SWH
    WS : RI vs CYF
    MD : Minions vs Uncles
    WD : JKE/CYN vs ST/KY
    XD : TA/LY vs CQC/ZSW
     
  2. nokh88

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    I read somewhere that he will let his compatriot through if they met.

    He's next opponent is SWH
     
  3. nokh88

    nokh88 Regular Member

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    Why?
    And your hope became a reality.
     
  4. renbo

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    When SK feels good, he is a champion. There is nothing extraordinary in his win in 3 against Axelsen. This is not a sign of weakness for this last one, after good performances in 3 tournaments in a row
     
  5. nokh88

    nokh88 Regular Member

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    I have said that a long time ago.
    When did he last won a tournament?
     
  6. It'sMeMeMe

    It'sMeMeMe Regular Member

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    that's just dumb.... why he continue playing at this age then
     
  7. nokh88

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    You don't seems to like VA. :)
     
  8. Gjcly

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    Source?
     
  9. nokh88

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    Lost it. I think it was posted by some members in this forum.
    It was a few years back.
     
  10. Gjcly

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    Predicting a swh vs kid final.. kidambi wants revenge
     
  11. Baddyforall

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    Rajiv ouseph after his loss to LHII


    “I think quite a lot of the momentum changed after the first set. I was struggling in the second,” said Ouseph. “Yesterday (Jonatan) Christie was creating the pace for me, whereas today he was soaking it up, so it was up to me to create the pace and change the pace and stuff like that. I did pretty well in the first, but towards the end of the second he was controlling a lot more.

    “He’s had durability, he’s always been a good level, no matter who he plays. Probably because he hasn’t won as much as (Lee Chong Wei and Lin Dan), you talk about them being great players, but he’s also a great player. His consistency, the way he’s so measured on court… he never looks worried. I guess I’m the same. It’s just about managing the game and trying to find ways to beat him.”
     
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    Srikanth kidambi "After not a great start really happy to turn things in 2nd and continue it all the way. Excited to get back on court tomorrow.
     
  13. visor

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    Nah, he lost to himself really.
     
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    Yeah, that's why those are in court 2, non TV court...

    Would've been more interesting to see a mix of countries, but hey, sometimes that's just the way the draw is.
     
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    This often happens with intense home soil pressure.
     
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    perfect analysis from rajiv. lhi, and now lin dan, make you play a near perfect game to win. all the pressure is on the opponent. this is how masters of the game play.
     
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    I wanna hear Victor Axelson's version about the match.
     
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    Denmark open MS is such a mystery. First CL crashed out to 37 years old LHI. Then the whole china team. LCW, VA… all these making this tournament moren more exciting.
     
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    Probably because of air current. Steen and GC said there is a strong wind current that plays affect players's game.
    They said it was weird because Denmark Open previously didn't have that air current.
     
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    Not because of it. But we have to be careful in saying such words against such legends.

    Lee never ever lost continuously to the same player. And also , he never lost in successive tournaments even after some really good gap between the tournaments.

    So, it is the time to take notice of certain things in his style.

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