Thaihot CHINA Open SS Premier 2014 : Round of 16 (13th November 2014)

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  1. Woffle

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    SN pulls through...good fight from Qin Jinjing thoguh
     
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    Saina enters Quarters beating Qinjinjing in straight games 21-18,21-18 though I feel it as unconvincing victory.

    As Mr.Epic said, she might be struggling with movement still?. Definitely it's not a good sign.
     
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    Absolutely.. And now I wonder Di Suo can give a even better fight tommorow.. I am a bit afraid she will take it to a distance and a tired SN can't win SF
     
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    All Indians won their matches. Congratulation.
     
  5. Justin L

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    Objectively speaking, I'm still not sure Lin Dan can win this tournament in his current state. But once he's fully recovered and back to about 90% level, then he may be unstoppable, still no guarantee unless he's regained his top form as before.
     
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    I heard LD just came back to court last week after the knee injury. He haven't decided to play this tournament until last minutes. He told the reporter that he has recovered 70%. 70% LD is still able to beat world no.3. But I think Chen Long has a good chance to register the first win against LD if they meet in the final. Having said that LD usually improves during a tournament.

     
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    Intanon playing very well, haven't seen that for a long time.
     
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    Same old Justin. Remember LXR. Now you are questioning LD's ability!
     
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    That's right, he tested his knee a couple of days prior to the start of the tournament before deciding to give it a go. He really didn't want to disappoint his fans and Fuzhou is where BAYI team of PLA of which he is a member is located.

    LXR was in a similar situation (leg injury) and was apologetic for having to withdraw and pledged she'd be back as Fuzhou is also holding the next two CHN Open PSS.
     
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    RI is on fire! Leading 13 -1 in G2
     
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    Can't blame me, that's the impression he gave me, esp in G1,and considering his knee injury is not fully recovered yet (he said only 70% recovery).
     
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    Ratchanok is going to win the match.
     
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    Intanon has got Han Li's number today.
     
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    Why no Ct 2 livestream ? Haiz.
     
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    Xue Song and Gao Huan both disappoint, not entirely unexpected as Kashyap and Srikanth are very good players.
     
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    Who will LD play next.
     
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    Sasaki or CWF
     
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    Thanks, either one has less than 30% chance of winning unless LD pull out.
     
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    WYH leading 13 - 1 in G2 as RI did it before. :D
     
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    Today, CTC going to meet ........?

    Tremendous improvement in his game.
     

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