Thailand Masters 2017 (7-12 Feb 2017)

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  1. Justin L

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    Lee Zijia is ahead of Tanongsak atm
     
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    Tanongsak reverses it to go ahead, 9-8
     
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    Not bad, LZJ keeping pace with Tannongsak
     
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    Lee Zijia pips Tanongsak in G1, 21-18.
     
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    Liang Xianoyu didn't make it.
     
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    Wow. Great stuff from LZJ in his GPG event.
     
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    Chen Yufei is just too good for Shimoda Natsumi.
     
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    Btw, Zhao Junpeng hasn't been doing well after beating Chou Tien Chen winning the Macau Open,last month he lost the final to Sun Feixiang at the CHN Int'l Challenge, albeit 11-point scoring system in three straight sets best of five.
     
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    Indeed,Lee Zijia is on course to beat Tanongsak, leading 10-5 in G2 with one game in the bag
     
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    Oh dear, Chen Yufei now only 1 point ahead, 11-10.

    No livestream, sadly.
     
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    Well, SN just keeps preassuring CYF. Too soon to say after all.
     
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    LZJ getting a lot back, frustrating TS
     
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    TS is trying to fight back, only 4 points deficit now.
     
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    15-8 to Zii Jia.
     
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    First time watching Lee Zii Jia play. He is quite tall and has good reach. I am seeing a CL in him, even some of his unforced errors are like those of CL.

    Put the feud with LCW behind you M Frost. Just concentrate on grooming this young Lee into a player like W Choon Han which is exactly what LCW wants. Never mind about producing another LCW, somebody like him emerges only once in 20 years so he wants us to believe.
     
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    JPN WS runners are a tough lot, when playing against them you need to be patient, construct the rally a bit more, bide your time to attack but do it sharply and forcefully with speed when the opportunities arise, but most young players aren't experience enough to handle it.
     
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    G2, 18-9 now, would you believe it, LZJ
     
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    Lee Zii Jia wins it 21-18, 21-12 beating top seed TS. This seta up for WJC Team Event SF rematch, LZJ vs KW.
     
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    Chen Yufei, 21-15, 21-11, good job overcoming Natsumi Shimoda
     
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    Khosit forces the decider by taking G2 from Tommy, now 14-12 ahead
     

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