Thaihot CHINA Open SS Premier 2014 : QUARTERFINALS (14th November 2014)

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  1. Nebic

    Nebic Regular Member

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    hi! I can't access few Streaming Websites Because Some of the Ports are blocked by my Internet Serice Provider so if somebody has the Live Streaming link for Court 3, or comes across the same kindly share here for the love we carry for this game :p


    PS:Court 3 will Witness Match of Kidambi Srikanth vs Kento Momota Both Youngsters half hrs later..

    Thanks in Advance :)
     
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  2. Justin L

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    Of course not,but we are all, first and foremost, part of humankind whatever our skin colour, language, culture and belief-systems. We all live in and share this Mother Earth.
     
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    Yup, RI didn't kept her part of the bargain and who do you think Saina would prefer playing? RI or Liu Xin?

    And I predicted WYH instead of Liu Xin.
     
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    Live TV telecast has stopped and there are two more matches on TV court. Too bad, I can't find any working livestream for Ct 1.
     
  5. nokh88

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    Of the 4 WS semi finalists, only Saina has won a SS. Not sure if Saina had won a SSP but it would be a first title for the other 3.
     
  6. Justin L

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    Surprisingly, apart from Lin Dan (who is at 70% fitness), most of the CHN elite players/pairs are performing worse than their second stringers and juniors, some of whom already shone at the Bitburger GPG.

    For WS, even if Liu Xin bested Saina tomorrow, I'm not confident she can handle the pressure of beating Bae YJ or Akane Y in the Final.
     
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    Liu Xin won the China Masters SS last year and Akane won the Japan Open last year. Bae is yet to win a SS. Saina has won 2 Premier SS - Indonesia SSP and Denmark SSP, back in 2012.
     
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    She won australia open superseries premier this year and indonesia open superseries premier. Denmark open super series premier. Remaining are superseries and GPG tiyles. She has totally 18 titles I think (SSP, SS, GPG, GP)
     
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    Thanks Mr. Epic.
    My apologies for the wrong information.
     
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    Wow, you are a die hard Saina fan.
     
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    I think SN would have preferred playing IR because she has just recently played her and won. Also she must know IR's game more than LX's. Also Liu Xin is in form, is playing in her home-soil and has nothing to loose.
     
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    There is possibility of a KOR vs KOR and JPN vs JPN semi final in MD.
     
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    But I have faith in her.
    And I noticed she wears a ring on her left index finger. Is it a good luck charm?
     
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    The Australian Super Series isn't a premier event.
     
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    No. Usually, in india everybody wears rings in fingers which totally depend on their birth signs(natshatra) . She is wearing yellow topaz.
     
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    If I were on SN's place would like RI as my opponent...
    SN style suits against RI..and she tends to have trouble against any Chinese player..
    Be it Jr or Sr..pv is totally opposite although both of them play an attacking game..
    I can bet Liu Xin troubling SN tomorrow will be frequent affair...
    If SN wins tomorrow she'll surely win this tourney..
    I couldn't watch BYJ vs WYH..I am still in a great shock..I always thought LXR and WYH are a class apart...
    Well PK after winning g1 lost his respective match is a demoralizing event..
     
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    Oops. My bad. Yep. Just now checked. Thanks for the correction.
     
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    I understand but on the index finger? Something new to me.
     
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    Statement from MZ after the Game

    "[..].. Everthing hurts, especially my foot worries me so I will have a look if I can play tomorrow. Still happy with the result, even if it wasn't the best match today...[..]"
     
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    On the contrary, Liu Xin holding the fort alone from the semifinal onward will feel even more pressure on homesoil and, therefore, have everything to lose. It's all up to her to prove her mettle when it comes to the crunch, nobody, including her coaches, can help her on this. Frankly, I don't think Liu Xin's mental strength is any better than WYH or WSX.

    The ones who can play freely with nothing to lose are Akane Y, Bae YJ, and Saina in that order. If I have to choose among these three to take the title, I'd rate Saina right in front. But Akane Y is the dark horse.
     

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