FUZHOU CHINA Open 2019 : R/32-FINAL (05-10 November)

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  1. yuquall

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    Another win for CYF
     
  2. Sundis

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    Oh no, BWF is not streaming the JC-AA match :(
     
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    Can some nice member share a livestream link?
     
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    Dian anita, dian sports, dian live channels showing both the courts
     
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    Erh.. Except All England Open, Malaysia Open, Japan open, China Open, Denmark Open, French Open and WC (just to keep it at Super 750+).

    Edit: His victory in Indonesia Open is actually the only time he has been past QF in a Super 750+ for the past whole year.
     
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  7. CLELY

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    Thanks to Lu GZ who beat Chen Long whom Chou TC never beaten the Olympic Champion in eight encounters including the last one in Odense.
     
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    Quite surprised and happy that WatanHiga won PraMel but this just takes the fun out of the potential final. Sigh...no more challenge for the Chinese.
     
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  9. yuquall

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    Oktavianti was kinda slow and couldn't keep up with the pace, getting in the way at times. In G1, I had thought we had a time slip to some time before DO lol
     
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    Despite i'm a fan of Japanese players, i have to admit that among top 8 in xd discipline, WataHiga has the worst record against top 2 pairs from China
     
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    Their gameplan was to keep Melati at the backline and lifting as few times as possible and it worked out well.
     
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    Seems like Yuta/Arisa has figured out how to counter the INA XD Jordan/Oktavianti's 'new' game.
     
  13. yuquall

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    It did. Well played by the JPN.
    They worked Oktavianti hard and she was too slow to get to the shuttles (due to weight? :p)
     
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    RI rarely win against a top 8 player nowadays.
     
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    Agreed. (Mental thing)
    When Viktor will get past the need for celebrating points, and become able to play whole matches this way, something will most likely change.

    Envoyé de mon SM-G955W en utilisant Tapatalk
     
  16. yuquall

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    Go Wang/Huang!!
     
  17. yuquall

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    What's wrong Wang? Heartbroken that Oktavianti lost?:rolleyes:
    Come on!
     
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    When GLY serves, Malaysians get points, when CPS serves, Malaysiand are screwed
     
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    shhh, spoiler alert!!
     
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    Doesn't look good. That rally at 12-18 in G2 shows that CPS is almost out of steam.
     

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