DENMARK SS Premier 2012 : Quarter Final (19-Oct-2012)

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  1. gopalprasad

    gopalprasad Regular Member

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    WSX dont let it go so easily... You have done the hardwork... for this place...
     
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    Good. YJ won the first game. Finish the match in straight sets.
     
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    ahsan/hendra score please ...
     
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    How many close hard-fought matches can WSX take? Just lost G1, 21-19.
     
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    wang yihan won, great.
     
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    YJ is leading 5-1 against WSX
     
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    YJ is leading 13-8
     
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    Doesnt seems like WSX could make a comeback now... JY showing doors to her and for long.... CHN would only support their top 4 players...
     
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    The way sindhu played against YJ in lining china masters was extraordinary. Here shixian got bundled out by YJ in straight games. The experience which shixian got became useless here. YJ outplayed wsx.
     
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    please stop with ur nonsense. chinese players knows each very well. wang shixian is on decline. jiang yianjiao was never that consistent. how come li xuerui won the gold cuz wang yihan is the more popular player in china and way more marketable cuz of her looks. all the match fixing is just plain butthurt.:crying:
     
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    i wanna watch TCS match so badly :crying:
     
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    WSX is not going to be an important player to LYB anymore. Soon, she will be left out for important competition too unless she makes a comeback
     
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    tan chun seang just lose 7 straight point to Du pengyu after the break?? i thought he was leading well?!
     
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    Not again... I agree there have been doubts for CHN Vs CHN matches but tomorrow if YJ beats LXR I would have doubted the match, not the other way around. point being since CHN would want YJ to take up WSX place(since WSX is in decline and they would like her replacement) why? the seedings give CHN a better shot at any event.

    And let the ifs and buts be in peace. For Saina to be in the final she had to win the semis which she couldnt... and hence she wasnt the deserving contender for gold. The best way to stop so called match fixing would be for the rest of the world to notch their games a level up and come with stronger performances.
     
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    well, it all depends on Wang Xin's recovery and rehab. It's still too early to say.
     
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    TCS just lost the first set in a close game 19-21 hope he can force a rubber
     
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    really wasted for tan chun seang... those points lose aftre the break is really a pity... lst the first game at 21-29, hell, really such a pity
     
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    Talking of YJ and LXR tomorrow.... a bit early on the predictions... JS is playing good
     
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    JS takes the first game.... Can she spoil the party?
     
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    I like Sony game play. But Chen Long is another machine. 10-11 now
     

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