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Discussion in 'German Open / All England Open / Swiss Open 2015' started by CLELY, Mar 9, 2015.
Very comfortable at the moment for Bao/ Tang. Japanese just not in the match
The JPN are turning the game around in G2, 9-5 ahead....
That's the thing -- it's a racket that rewards players with superb technique and accuracy... which describes most pros!
Most of us (mere mortals) in the forum don't belong to that category, so it (conversely) exposes poor technique, which leads us to gripe about it in the forums...
Having said that, on 'on form' days, I do enjoy that racket quite a fair bit.
The JPN pair are unyielding and can keep going and going whenever in attack or defence.
G2 is the real battle. I'm sure Bao/Tang feel it now.
It's never good to have an easy first set win, it normally lulls you into complacency. The CHN have a fight in their hands now, 10-15 behind.
A rare error from TYT and then now from BYX.
The JPN is very determined and play fast and furious, matching the CHN pair, in fact doing better at the moment.
Okay Bao Yixin / Tang Yuanting won the first set 121-6. The match is rather one sided gtoo. Now the Japanese are winning the second set.
The JPN is highly motivated now after equalizing with G2. TYT/BYX will have to step up their game in the 3rd.
Japanese won the second set 21-17, now they are leading the third set 3-2.
The JPN have nothing to lose and that makes it easier to play freely and daringly. The pressure is all on the CHN now.
China leading 5-4 now.
11-10 and China is leading now. The Japanese shouts a lot when they win a point and show their fists up too. I guess this is rather distracting the China's concentration.
14-11 and game point advantage to China now. China seems to have supporters cheering for them too.
16-11 to China and I can sense that China will win this game.
TYT/BYX is still a relatively new, young and inexperienced pair as compared with their established seniors, they have quite a bit of rough edges to smoothen. It'll be good for them to learn how to handle stress when things aren't going their way.
The Japanese lose focus and error prone now. China leading 17-11.
A cracker of a match this WD is turning out to be.
It's never a good thing to have it too easy and smooth-going, you'll never improve or learn much from it.