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Discussion in 'German Open / All England Open / Swiss Open 2015' started by CLELY, Mar 9, 2015.
19-13 to China and I am sure they will win. When China play long rallies they will win the point.
No letting up, 5 MP can come and go quickly....
4 MP left....
20-15 and China surely will win.
BYX misses a sitter, 3 MP left...
TYT relentless attack saves the day for CHN.
A sort of wake-up call for BYX/TYT to continue to soldier on and work harder.
Kurihara/Shinoya, remember their names, the JPN pair to watch now.
Bao Yixin / Tang Yuanting won the match convincingly 21-6, 17-21, 21-17. Wow China is still dominant in women doubles. I also realised that the Japanese players are already very tired in the third set. Wow now the exciting match of Malaysia vs China men doubles is coming.
At one point, I thought Bao Yixin is going home empty-handed. Fortunately, she and Tang Yuanting pull up their socks in the decider.
Okay Ayane Kurihara / Naru Shinoya is a name I won't forget now. What a brilliant performance. Japanese players are really rising up to occasion. Park Joo Bong must be smiling happily now. Yes the exciting match of Goh V Shem / Tan Wee Kiong vs Lu Kai / Cai Yun is coming now. Guess who will win? Lu Kai will be tired after winning the mixed doubles match.
Saw someone in the audience using the flashlight.
The battle heats up right from the get-go...9-all....
Matching each other blow for blow....
The MAS are better at fast flat exchanges...
Cai Yun at 35 is still a trusty sword.
Cai Yun's front court awareness still very good.
21-19, G1 to CHN CY/LK...not bad.
Lu Kai's fitness got to be superb playing two disciplines, this is his 10th match of the tournament in a week while his MAS opponents only playing 5 each.
CHN losing the grip, MAS well in front, 9-4