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Discussion in 'Dutch Open / Denmark Open / French Open 2010' started by etudiant, Nov 3, 2010.
salakjit beats yao jie, 21-8,21-19, quite easy though
looks like peter gade has it easy here
What have you found out about her fitness to reach that conclusion?
She looked like she was about to faint in the middle of the second game against Sashina Vignes. I'm just guessing. And because she plays very well
..here's a surprise, Lady Pi lost to Cann in straight games??..Lady Pi's fitness declining?..
It's pretty distressing to watch. She's one of my favourite players. Last week she lost to Petya Nedelcheva in straight games too. But I suppose we can't expect too much from her. She's almost 32
...er, I think we should credit Cann with a good performance as well, here. She's in form after her CWG bronze and is clearly benefitting from KJ's coaching.
Nevertheless, I'm sorry for Lady Pi - one of my faves too.
Malaysia have 2 pairs in the quarter finals of the 2010 French Open and I think they should win.
GTC/TBS will take on MK/HS and MTMF/OSH, IK/JS.
MK/HS have struggled lately and GTC/TBC may scrap through; MTMF/OSH should beat the unseeded IK/JS if they play aggressively espcially OSH.
Yes, of course. Forgot to mention that. She has been playing excellently. Missed watching the bronze medal match though. Information overload. Didn't know KJ went over there
JOJ beat TH in last week's Danish Open MSF but lost in the 2nd round of the French Open while TH moves on to play in the quarter final. TH beat DPY last week but JOJ lost to DPY this week, both in 3 games. This shows that TH is more consistent at 29 years of age than JOJ at 22 years. The same can be said of JOJ's compatriot PHG, now 33 years of age. Pi Hongyan at 29 years of age was a disappoinment in both tournaments losing in rounds 1 and 2 respectively.
Ah Du's previous opponents were Danes and most probably will play another 2 Danes to reach the final.