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Discussion in '2017 Tournaments' started by Nine Tailed Fox, May 24, 2017.
11-10 for world number 2, really tight contest, it could go either way...
It's all about belief now, they believed they'll do better on that side of the court, and when their opponents caught up AP made many errors. She's thinking too much, as she also have to keep Satwik cheered up
Same story for JPN-MAS tie, Kamura/Sonoda won over Goh/Tan in rubber games. It's bleak chance for Malaysia.
Parupalli kashyap has beaten Chen long twice.
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Hahaha I don't think so, I don't know what is he doing there? He isn't commenting, more like some reaction video. And his reactions are comical
Considering the experience of Chinese, indian pair did extremely well. It would have gone either way if Satwik is little bit experienced .
Ponappa didn't seem great, especially in the latter stages of the decider. But man, Rankireddy is quite something...now only if they can find a good regular partner for him...
CHN v IND, 1-0.
All England Champion Lu/Huang defeated the persistent Rankireddy/Ponnappa, 16-21 / 21-13 / 21-16. Overall, credit to Indian pair who pushed the Chinese into the limit. Lu Kai seems stressful, looking at his expression.
AP/SATWIK will need a whole year together to be as good as HYQ/LK in keeping things in control.
AP was expecting a lot from herself, loads of errors in g3
But then that would make him visible and studied, which would make him lose the stealth factor.
Is there a drift in the arena? Both first and second games went to the side.
Chinese players talking about how Rankireddy made them really uncomfortable
No way. You were the one who predicted that india will be dumped in the group stage itself. I still remember.
Well. I don't wanna response from you. Just wanna let you remember.
Yeah, she knew they won't win, was trying a lil too much. But in the early stages she was easily better than HYQ
despite losing the match this pairing is really the one for the future for India surely, satvik needs more exposure in international events and as a pairing too and they will get better from here. had it not been so many unforced errors and nervy serves they would have surely won the match. nevertheless they fought well. .kudos to them.
LU Kai/HUANG Yaqiong vs Satwiksairaj RANKIREDDY/Ashwini PONNAPPA
This relatively new IND XD is much better than expected, the CHN pair wins unconvincingly. I guess this IND XD has some prospect in the int'l circuit.
That would have been any rational analysis.
That they reached here is an achievement.
Would you also get upset at @nilesh123 who is predicting a 3-0 end?
No, I think he is right. Satwik is brilliant no doubt but some part of his success is because of his "stealth factor"
He hasn't been broken and analyzed frame by frame by his opponents.
But yeah if he was bit experienced, he would've other natural advantages like better on court awareness , changing tactics, reading opponents better and most importantly maintaining his composure
and I wonder had Ashwani been playing with better partners both in WD and XD, she would have achieved so much more than what she has but now she has got the reddy's by her side hope that will do some magic.